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The Ambulance Review (punk) announce upcoming music video

Virginian punk group The Ambulance Review have announced that they will be releasing a brand new music video for their song “Stranger Danger” on June 2nd. The video, shot primarily in claymation, will be released via their website and YouTube page.

The song was featured on the band’s 2015 EP “Now…Where Were We?” which is available for free download here.



Heartsounds detail new album “Dualistic Nihilist”

Heartsounds have released details of their new album, “Dualistic Nihilist”, a concept album of a single, 20 minute track. It’s released on June 2nd via  Creator-Destructor Records label.

You can read a lengthy statement on the record below.



Ten Foot Pole perform “A.D.D.” acoustic session

Dennis Jagard of Ten Foot Pole, who released their first album in over a decade (“Setlist”) last week via Cyber Tracks, was filmed performing a version of “A.D.D” in a parking lot London, Ontario.

You can watch the performance below.



Strike Twelve (pop-punk) release new video for “Joe’s Apartment”

Orange Country pop-punk act Strike Twelve have released a brand new video for their song “Joe’s Apartment.” You can view that video below.

The song was featured on the band’s most recent album “Down With The Ship” which was released through Felony Records. You can pick up a copy of that album here.



Lawn Care (emo/punk) sign to A-F Records, release new video

Legendary punk label A-F Records have announced the signing of Pittsburgh emo-punks Lawn Care. The label will be releasing the band’s upcoming album “Replacement Therapy” on July 21st,  and it can be pre-ordered here.

To promote the release, the band has released a music video for their song “Disarming Smile.” You can watch that video below.



Full Album Stream: Ten Foot Pole – “Setlist”

Veteran punk band Ten Foot Pole released their first full-length in over a decade yesterday. It’s called “Setlist,” and as you probably know by now, it features eleven new recordings of previously released songs, plus two new tracks. You can stream the whole shebang here.

“Setlist” was released via Cyber Tracks, and if you like what you heard on the stream, you can buy the album here.

 



Lost In Society perform “Kid” for “Live From The Rock Room”

New Jersey’s Lost In Society recently swung through Mike Felumlee’s Rock Room outside Chicago for a live recording session. Check out the video of their performance of the track “Kid” right here.

“Kid” appears as one-half of a flexi single released to coincide with their current tour, which kicked off with a few nights with Face To Face a few weeks ago. You can order the limited edition flexi here.



Greg Graffin says Bad Religion are gearing up for new album

Bad Religion frontman Greg Graffin recently offered Las Vegas Weekly an update on the band’s long-awaited new album. Although he didn’t give much information, Greg stated that the band is “definitely gearing up for a new album”, and added, with a laugh, “Our fans are getting itchy.”

We’ll keep you posted as more details on the new Bad Religion album come to light. It will be their first full-length studio album since 2013’s True North as well as their first with Mike Dimkich (replacing Greg Hetson) on guitar and Jamie Miller (replacing Brooks Wackerman) on drums.



Main Line 10 tease new song “Survive”

Spanish melodic punks Main Line 10 have released a teaser video for a new song titled “Survive”. This is a bonus track from the upcoming 7″ release of their Sharks EP.

Check out the teaser below and stay tuned for the full music video.



Banner Pilot “slowly” working on new music

We’ve heard very little from Banner Pilot since they announced plans to record a new album two years ago. But according to a recent post on the band’s Facebook page, they have begun “slowly” working on new music once again and will be playing some shows soon.

We’ll keep you posted as more details come to light on Banner Pilot’s plans for 2017 and beyond. The band’s last album Souvenir was released in 2014 through Fat Wreck Chords.



Frenzal Rhomb stream new album “Hi-Vis High Tea” in its entirety

Australian skate punk veterans Frenzal Rhomb have made their long-awaited new album Hi-Vis High Tea available to stream. You can give the record a listen below.

Hi-Vis High Tea was released today, May 26th, through Fat Wreck Chords. It is the band’s first new album in six years, following 2011’s Smoko At The Pet Food Factory.



CH3 announce first album in a long time, tease us with “Not That It Matters”

Original So Cal punks CH3 are back with their new album Put ‘Em Up, their first album in over 15 years, and they’ve released the track “Not That It Matters” for streaming. Put ‘Em Up is being released August 18th via TKO Records.

The band has also announced a couple of upcoming shows, most notably at Punk Rock Bowling in Vegas, playing the Beauty Bar on May 27th. That’ll be fun!

Check out “Not That It Matters” here and the rest of their tour dates below.

 

 



Nervous Triggers (punk) release lyric video for “Zero-State Solution,” announce upcoming dates

Jersey punks Nervous Triggers have just released a lyric video for “Zero-State Solution” off of their latest EP Do The Drool which came out earlier this year. The band says that the song “questions the priorities we place on borders, physical and spiritual alike, between people, and how by enforcing these borders, or fighting over differences in nationality and religion, we become a party to atrocities.”

You can check out Do The Drool here.

The band has also announced a handful of dates with Nuclear Santa Claust, and some other summer dates culminating in an appearance at The Fest 16. Check out the video for “Zero-State Solution” and the tour dates below.



May’s Hidden Gems of Bandcamp

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We’re sure everyone is still preparing for PRB or one of the many upcoming festivals, so we’re keeping it short this month. For May’s installment of Hidden Gems of Bandcamp, we’ll be focusing on bands out of the San Francisco/Bay Area. The East Bay (and the Bay in general) has been known for pumping out some of the best punk bands for decades now. 924 Gilman St. is the venue where many of these local bands such as Rancid, Operation Ivy, and Green Day have gotten their start and we’re sure many more will follow in their path. So, here’s five Bay Area bands that we think will be showing up on everyone’s radars soon! Check em’ out below.



The Offspring complete four new songs for new album, expected to hit the studio later this year

Ned-Rock 108 recently conducted an interview with The Offspring frontman Dexter Holland, who revealed that they have four songs completed for their long-awaited new album, which they expect to finish later this year. Here’s what he had to say (as transcribed by Ultimate-Guitar.com):

“Well, I’ve been busy doing homework. But now that’s done, so we’re…now we’ve been working in the studio a bunch, it’s kinda weird now because you don’t really do an album the way you used to. ‘Cause people kinda…they look at your album and you go, “OK, what’s next?”. So you’re almost like better off releasing songs here and there kind of. So we put out “Coming For You”. It was just last year, I think? Something like that. And we’ve got like three songs done, and a fourth song almost done, so we’re just gonna get back in the studio as soon as we can. So how will it take us to do eight more songs? I don’t know. We should be able to do that this year.”

You can watch the rest of the interview below.

The new Offspring album will be the band’s first since 2012’s Days Go By. No word on a release date yet, but we’ll keep you posted as more details come to light.