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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.



Ten Foot Pole debut new song “I Don’t Want To Go”

Ten Foot Pole have released one of the new tracks off their upcoming album, “Setlist.”

Most of the new album will be new recordings of old songs, but “I Don’t Want To Go” is a brand new song.

I’m digging it and you can too over here.



10 “Up And Comers” You Don’t Want To Miss at Punk Rock Bowling 2017 – Vegas

It’s that time of year again. Time for the premiere fest in the west. Time for eighty-proof venom and sweat-soaked denim. Power chords for the rowdy hordes. Memorial day is almost upon us, and so is Punk Rock Bowling.

This year, like any other, a weekend of debauchery, booze, and punk rock opens its sweet-smelling and slightly sticky arms to the loyalists of all that is loud and fast. It’s a weekend long party that doesn’t stop, taking over the whole of downtown Las Vegas. Huge headliners lead the party forward with support from lesser known bands, right on the cusp of explosion and renown. All of this on the main stage, the small stage; indoor club shows and outdoor festival alike.

We know all the big names, and we know how they earned their bigness. Cocksparrer transformed punk from art school subversion to working class expression. Bad Religion gave the world Suffer, and changed the game forever. And without Iggy Pop, who’s to say our beloved genre would even exist in the first place?

But this isn’t about them. This is for the little guys, the upstarts who rock under the radar, who keep the veins of punk flush with fresh blood. Click here for the acts you might not have heard of, but will definitely want to catch at PRB 2017.



Garrett Dale (Red City Radio) announces surprise EP, streams new song ‘2016 was…’

Red Scare Records just announced a surprise EP from Red City Radio‘s frontman Garrett Dale. The three song long release will be out on Friday and is available for pre-order here from the label itself, or you can get one at Garrett’s upcoming tour dates with The Flatliners and Pkew Pkew Pkew.

You can find the folky ‘2016 was…’ and full tour dates below.



Stream Freak Vibe’s new EP ‘Yeah Nah’

You can now stream Australian trash punkers Freak Vibe‘s new EP in full. ‘Yeah Nah’ is the band’s second release and it came out today via Bad Noose Records.

Head down below to listen to ‘Yeah Nah’ in full. The whole thing is up for pay what you want too.



Goldfinger announce first new album in nine years, stream new track ‘Put The Knife Away’

Wowzers! Los Angeles (ska) punk legends Goldfinger just announced their first new album in nine years. ‘The Knife’ will be out July 21 via Rise Records and you can start pre-ordering right here, right now.

The album news went accompanied by a brand new track called ‘Put The Knife Away‘. Head down below to check it out.



March (Netherlands punk rock) release video for “Such a Drag”, announce UK tour

Punk rock four piece from Breda, Netherlands March have just released a new video for “Such a Drag” and announced a short tour of the UK in early June. The track was off of their Stay Put release in 2016, available through White Russian Records.

The video captures the essences of the quartet live, and their passion filled energetic stage presence.

Scope out the video and the tour dates below.



Guttermouth streaming new song “A Boy and His Love Gun”

Guttermouth have premiered another new track from their upcoming double LP The Whole Enchilada. The song’s called “A Boy and His Love Gun”, and you can check it out below.

The Whole Enchilada is set to release on June 23 through Rude Records. It features a live record, three new tracks, and both of the band’s 2016 EPs Got It Made and New Car Smell.



Tau Cross announce new album, release music video

International punk/metal supergroup Tau Cross have announced that they will be releasing their new album Pillar Of Fire on July 21st via Relapse Records.

The band has released a video for the first song “Deep State.”  You can check that out below along with the track list from the new album.

Tau Cross features Rob Miller of Amebix, Michel “Away” Langevin of Voivod, Jon Misery of Misery and Andy Lefton of War//Plague.  They released their self-titled debut album through Relapse Records in May 2015.



Sheer Mag (Philadelphia Rock) announce new album, stream new song

Philadelphia classic rock infused punk act Sheer Mag have announced that they will be releasing their debut album, Need To Feel Your Love, on July 14th, 2017.

The band is streaming their first song off the album now.  You can listen to “Just Can’t Get Enough” below.

Sheer Mag last released Compilation (I,II,&III), a collection of the bands first three 7-inches, in January.



Energy (melodic punk) release new video for song “A Prayer for Rain”, announce UK summer tour with Miss Vincent

Boston punks Energy have released a video for their new single “A Prayer for Rain”. The new single is the follow up to “Witching Hour” released earlier this year. The video was released as a celebration of their announcement that they will embark on a summer headlining tour through the UK. Miss Vincent (melodic punk) will provide support for the tour which begins July 29 in Manchester.

You can check out the new video and a  full list of tour dates here.



Blind Man Death Stare premiere new video for “Spike My Drink But Don’t Take My Kidneys”

Melbourne, Australia punks Blind Man Death Stare have premiered a video for their single “Spike My Drink But Don’t Take My Kidneys,” off their upcoming album, “It’ll Grow On Ya.”

The album is due out July 26th on Arrest Records.

You can check out the video in all its gory goodness below and stream the song at bandcamp.