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Versus release video for cover of No Use for a Name’s “Biggest Lie”

Posted by ChrisDude on Sunday, November 23, 2014 at 3:25 PM (PST)

International punk act Versus have posted a video for their cover version of No Use for a Name‘s “Biggest Lie”. You can check it out here.

“Biggest Lie” is taken from No Use for a Name’s final album The Feel Good Record of the Year, released in 2008 on Fat Wreck Chords.

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Grade streams both songs off upcoming EP “Collapsed Lungs”

Posted by Johnny X on Saturday, November 22, 2014 at 10:25 AM (PST)

Ontario punk act Grade are streaming both songs off their 2-song “Collapsed Lungs” EP right here.

The released is due out November 28th through Dine Alone Records.

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Iceage releases video for “Against the Moon”

Posted by GinaVenz on Friday, November 21, 2014 at 12:59 PM (PST)

Copenhagen punks Iceage have released a new video for the track “Against the Moon,” and you can check it out below.

You can also find “Against the Moon” on the band’s latest release, Plowing into the Field of Love, which the band released on October 7th.

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We Will Fly (punk) stream new album “Complexity Is Not Chaos”

Posted by Johnny X on Friday, November 21, 2014 at 7:49 AM (PST)

Berlin punk act We Will Fly will be releasing their new album “Complexity Is Not Chaos” this weekend on Fond Of Life Records / Incredible Noise Records and we are very pleased to bring you an exclusive stream of the entire thing below!

The album will be the first full-length from We Will Fly since 2010′s Bangarang!!, which you can download for free/name your price here.

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Toys That Kill and Joyce Manor stream songs from upcoming split EP

Posted by Screeching Bottlerocket on Thursday, November 20, 2014 at 12:04 PM (PST)

Toys That Kill and Joyce Manor have joined forces and will be releasing a 4-song split EP on December 9th through Recess Records.

You can give two new tracks from the split a listen below, and get your pre-orders in over here.

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Note to Amy (melodic punk) stream new album “Life Is Not Enough”

Posted by whiterussianrecords on Thursday, November 20, 2014 at 11:47 AM (PST)

Dutch melodic punks Note To Amy are streaming their new album Life Is Not Enough in its entirety right here.

The album will be released ovember 21st through White Russian Records.

The band is having a release party with free entrance at Area FiftyOne Skatepark in Eindhoven, where label-mates MARCH and Dead Giveaway will also perform.

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TNSrecords, Moving North and Anarchistic Undertones have announced that they are joining forces to create Manchester Punk Festival on the 17/18 of April 2015. Across two stages on Saturday and supporting gigs across the two days there will be great bands from across the large spectrum of punk rock.

The Restarts, Wonk Unit, Crazy Arm, Almeida, Fair Do’s, Revenge of the Psychotronic Man, Great Cynics, Throwing Stuff and Wadeye are already confirmed for the weekend with more bands to be announced at the start of December.

A limited amount of early bird tickets are now available from the TNSrecords webstore for £10. The remaining tickets will be available from the start of December for £13. There are also various deals available that include t-shirts and hoodies.

TNSrecords is a Manchester based independent punk label that have been putting on gigs for over 10 years.

Moving North have being putting on DIY punk gigs in Manchester since 2009 and are behind the awesome ManchFester all-dayers. They have also recently started a record label.

Anarchistic Undertones also put on loads of DIY punk gigs in Manchester and are involved in the putting on Punx Inna Jungle.

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EP Review: Great Apes – “Playland at the Beach”

Posted by Bizarro Dustin on Thursday, November 20, 2014 at 9:54 AM (PST)

In just a few short years, San Francisco’s Great Apes has evolved from being what could have been your standard run-of-the-mill punk band into something much more conceptual. The band’s 2013 full length, Thread, was made up entirely of songs based around conversations and interviews with friends of the band, resulting in ten tracks with ten very different personalities. Great Apes’ newest EP, Playland at the Beach, scales back on that diversity of songwriting influences, but it still keeps the band’s explorative nature alive and well.

With Playland at the Beach, Great Apes aim to capture the city of San Francisco at varying points through its history and set it to music. Each track (and even the EP itself) is named after the landmark that inspired it and the lyrics are full of references to the city, from the modern gentrification of city districts, to the Gold Rush that brought people to the West Coast in the first place. There are so many references to the city that it might sound almost as if the EP isolates listeners who haven’t ever lived in San Francisco. Thematically, that’s probably true- there’s some research to be done in order to get a full understanding of the specifics.

From a musical standpoint, however, Playland at the Beach is a much more inviting listen. The compositions are still made up of powerfully chugged power chords and pounding drums, fitting in comfortably with the rest of the band’s output. Even the lyrics, when they aren’t touching upon specific locations, have a universal appeal to them. You don’t necessarily have to have a working knowledge of the precise location where Harvey Milk was murdered to understand the powerful message behind lines like “let the bullet shatter every closet door”. Similarly, you don’t have to be intimately familiar with San Francisco’s Mission district to be familiar with the problems faced by minority communities when their neighborhood becomes the next hot commodity for fresh college graduates.

Playland at the Beach may be rooted deep in San Francisco, but that doesn’t stop it from being any less enjoyable for those who live and grew up elsewhere. It’s a welcome addition to Great Apes’ already steady discography, and lives up to the conceptual bar that they’ve set for themselves.

4 / 5 – Stream it below.

RIYL: Hard Girls, Ma Jolie, Civil War Rust

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Lineup announced for next year’s “Six Rounds of Punk” festival

Posted by ChrisDude on Wednesday, November 19, 2014 at 9:59 PM (PST)

Organizers have announced the the lineup for next year’s Six Rounds of Punk festival, which will take place on January 10, 2015 at The Mid-America Center in Council Bluffs, Iowa. Bands that will play there include the Dead Kennedys, The Misfits, The Vandals, Strung Out, The Dickies and Guttermouth.

Tickets go on sale November 21st via Ticketmaster. More details on the festival are available here.

The Dead Kennedys last released Bedtime for Democracy in 1986 on Alternative Tentacles, and debuted what appeared to be a new song four years ago. The Misfits have been working on a new album, which will be their first since 2011′s The Devil’s Rain. The Vandals and Guttermouth have been working on new material as well, and Strung Out are expected to release their long-awaited new album Transmission Alpha Delta next year on Fat Wreck Chords. The Dickies have not released any new material since 2001′s All This and Puppet Stew.

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The Stereo State reunite, announce plans for new album in 2015

Posted by jaystone on Wednesday, November 19, 2014 at 4:25 PM (PST)

Seems like just yesterday that Western Massachusetts’ The Stereo State initially called it quits, but in actuality, they played their last shows after Fest in Gainesville just over a year ago. As fate would have it, the band apparently got the itch to play together again, because this cold-as-hell Hump Day afternoon brings with it word that The Stereo State are back!

The band announced today, via their Facebook page, that they’re writing and recording their second full length. The band went on to sate that the “new material will be reminiscent of their signature blend of 90′s skate punk and mid tempo melodic hardcore, but will also showcase newer lyrical and musical influences that have made an impact on their personal lives.” No tour dates are planned at this point, as the band will be busy working on new material. Stay tuned!

The Stereo State’s last album, “Crossing Canyons,” was released in 2012 on Creator Destructor Records.


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The Ligaments (punk) release music video for “Precinct 13″

Posted by vivalalexy on Wednesday, November 19, 2014 at 9:40 AM (PST)

London self described “pizza crust punks” The Ligaments have released a music video for their new single “Precinct 13,” and you can check it out below.

The song is off their upcoming EP release “Eat Pizza” which will be available February 16th, 2015, and can be pre-ordered here.

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Milk Teeth (punk) announce new EP, new music video, and track list

Posted by Jonathan Lyte on Wednesday, November 19, 2014 at 8:08 AM (PST)

Bristol punk rock band Milk Teeth have announced that they will be releasing a new EP called Sad Sack. The band released the first single “Vitamins” off the EP earlier this year as well as a new song and video for another single called “Linda” today. You can check those out along with the newly revealed track listing for the EP below.

Sad Sack is scheduled to release on January 26th, 2015 via Venn Records and serves as a follow-up to the group’s 2013 EP Smiling Politely. 

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Reservoir (emo) stream new song “Waves Erase” from upcoming EP

Posted by Jonathan Lyte on Wednesday, November 19, 2014 at 7:32 AM (PST)

Pennsylvania emo act Reservoir have premiered a brand new song called “Waves Erase” from their upcoming EP Cicurina Vol. 1. You can give it a listen here.

Cicurina Vol. 1 is scheduled for release on January 7th, 2015 via Glory Kid Records. The EP follows up their 2013 album I Heard You As I Walked Away.

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The Strange Times announce new EP “Eat Your Leaders”

Posted by Shawn-Ray Dalinsky on Tuesday, November 18, 2014 at 4:10 PM (PST)

NYC punk band The Strange Times have announced details for their upcoming sophomore EP, titled Eat Your Leaders, which will be independently released on February 10th, 2015. Check out the tracklisting below.

Eat Your Leaders was produced by Ezra Kire (Morning Glory/Leftöver Crack/Choking Victim) and Jesse Cannon, and the band has a few upcoming tour dates where they will be performing some of the EP’s songs live. Check those out below as well.

This EP follows the Strange Times’ debut EP, I Love Cops, which was released early this year.

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Music Video: Powernap (The Sainte Catherines) – “I’ll Resist”

Posted by milhouse on Tuesday, November 18, 2014 at 3:00 PM (PST)

Powernap, the new group of Hugo Mudie of The Sainte Catherines, has released a new video for their track “I’ll Resist”. The song will appear on the band’s upcoming “Oreosmith” EP.

The video features random clips of hockey players (mostly goalies) getting into fights on the ice. Check it out below.

Powernap will release “Oreosmith” next month (December ) through Asian Man Records.

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