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Kid Liberty stream new track “10 Years,” first new music in years

Texas punks Kid Liberty are streaming a brand new track titled “10 Years.” You can listen to the song below.

“10 Years” is the first track Kid Liberty has released since 2012, having gone on hiatus. They are set to play So What?! Music Fest in Texas, which will take place between March 24th and 26th.



Music Video: LEXT – “Please Don’t Wait”

Melodic punk act from Tokyo, Japan LEXT have premiered a music video for their track “Please Don’t Wait.” You can watch it below.

The track comes from their latest album, titled “END OF THE SUMMER,” which was released on September 7, 2016 via I Hate Smoke Records, and will also be featured on the upcoming Maximum-10 Records compilation album “MAYDIE 2.”



Music Video: After The Burn – “Paradise Hell”

Ocean County, NJ based punk-rockers After The Burn have premiered a music video for their track “Paradise Hell.” You can watch the video below.

“Paradise Hell” comes from the band’s latest release, EP “Frustrate on Repeat,” which was released January 27. “Frustrate on Repeat” follows their last release, “The Eternal Embrace EP” which was released April 3, 2015.



Music Video: Contradiktion (Arizona Punk) – “Make It On My Own”

Arizona punk act Contradiktion have released a music video for their song “Make It On My Own.”

You can check it out below.

“Make It On My Own” comes from the bands’ upcoming album Self Made Disaster which is set to be released in May.



Hilltop Rats (Washington Punk) release teaser video for new EP

Washington punk act Hilltop Rats (ft. Kenny Dirkes of Noi!se) have released a teaser video for their upcoming EP that is scheduled to be released on March 4th via Felony Records.  

You can check it out below.

Hilltop Rats’ last release was a 4-song demo they put out in 2014.



Free EP Download: Sit On It (melodic punk) – “Good Grief”

Well hello! I didn’t even know Floridian melodic punk act Sit On It were working on new material and yet out of nowhere they’ve just gone ahead and released a brand new EP. They’re not breaking any new ground on this one but if you’ve been a fan of the speedy melodic punk rock they’ve been putting out for the last few years you’re gonna dig this one too.

Give “Good Grief” a listen below and if you dig it you can download it for free on bandcamp.



Pizza Tramp release new video “CCTV”

Welsh thrash punks Pizza Tramp have released a video for “CCTV”, the opening track from last year’s LP “Blowing Chunks“, which came out on TNS Records.

The video can be streamed below.



Grail release new video “Severed Ties”

NY melodic hardcore band Grail have released a video for single “Severed Ties”. The track is from upcoming debut album “Still Alive”, out next month. The band features members of  Driver Side Impact and Dear Whoever.

You can watch the video below.



Deforesters stream new album “Leonard”

Toronto punks Deforesters are streaming new album “Leonard” in full ahead of its release. The album comes out on Friday through Black Numbers.

You can stream the album below.



Strike Twelve (San Diego, punk) announce release date for “Down With The Ship”

California punk rockers Strike Twelve have announced that they will release their latest full-length record Down With The Ship on February, 24, 2017.

Fortunately, if you can’t wait that long to hear the band’s new material, you can stream a teaser track from the release below.



The Stupid Stupid Henchmen (New York, Ska) stream latest LP “Chill Out And Die Later…”

New York’s The Stupid Stupid Henchmen are streaming their latest LP Chill Out And Die Later…. The record is the band’s first release since their 2016 collection of B-Sides and rarities Songs Stuck In Purgatory.

You can listen to the entire release below.



Castoff (skate punk, San Diego) stream lyric video for new song “Constellations”

California skate punkers Castoff are streaming a lyric video for their newest tune “Constellations”. As well as this release, the band have announced their intentions to record a new full-length record this Spring, and to tour later in the year.

Check out their latest track below, and keep watching this space for the latest album and tour news from Castoff.



Guttermouth have their van robbed; GoFundMe page launched

Every time I start thinking to myself that “Hey! We haven’t had to write a story about a band getting their gear stolen in a while!” — we inevitably have to write a story about a band getting their gear stolen. It sucks each and every time we have to do it, whether the band is young or old or in-between. Last night, it happened to one of the scene’s longest running groups of road dogs: Guttermouth.

The incident happened last night in Houston, Texas, just four days into the band’s month-long tour (dates here) with The Queers, Atom Age, and Agent Orange. Windows in the band’s van got smashed, and the majority of the van’s contents subsequently got stolen from out behind the venue they were playing at. What got stolen? By the sounds of it…damn near everything: gear, computers, clothes, and basically everything they brought on the road. The band contemplated throwing in the towel on the tour, but has decided to forge ahead.

As a result of the night’s episode, a GoFundMe page has been started to help the band recoup some of their losses. Go to the page here, and maybe go to a show and buy some merch. Every little bit helps.



“Solidarity Mixtape” 50 band compilation released in aid of Planned Parenthood

A fifty band compilation of artists from across the US has been released to raise money for Planned Parenthood. “Solidarity Mixtape V2” is up for purchase from the compilation’s Bandcamp page now.

You can see details of the artists and stream the whole thing below.



Social Distortion getting ready to hit the studio

After many years of speculation and false starts, Social Distortion frontman recently told L.A. Times that he has begun writing the band’s long-awaited new album, which will be their first since 2011’s Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes, and is looking forward to hitting the studio.

Ness didn’t reveal more information about the record, but it is likely that the band is planning to hit the studio right after their upcoming U.S. tour, which begins on the last day of this month and wrap up in April.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on the new Social D record come to light.