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The Offspring almost finished recording new album, to debut new song on tour

The Offspring guitarist Noodles revealed in a recent interview with Q103’s Candace that the band is not only in the process of finishing their long-awaited new album, but will likely debut a new song when they go on tour this summer with 311. Here’s what he had to say:

“The record is almost done — legitimately almost done. I think we have 10 songs done and a couple of more we’re working… just writing lyrics for. And then we might do one or two more on top of that.”

As for when fans can expect to see the release of the record, Noodles said: “It looks like it’s gonna be fall. We were hoping to have it out this summer. I was recently informed it looks more like fall now.”

And lastly, he said that fans may get a chance to hear a new Offspring track during the band’s live shows this summer, “We’ve got one of the new songs already ready to go. It’s one of the upbeat ones. The working title is ‘Ripping’. So it kind of gives you an idea of what the song is about. And I think that we’ll be playing that over the summer.”

You can listen to the interview below.

The new record will be The Offspring’s first one since 2012’s Days Go By.



New York’s Stringer signs to Wiretap Records, releases single “Ghosts”

NY DIY act Stringer has signed with Wiretap Records and will be releasing their debut album this summer. “Ghosts” is the first single off the upcoming album.

You can check out the single below and an EP at bandcamp.



Dead To Me premiere new song/video “Would It Kill You?”

Dead To Me continues their return with their latest single, “Would It Kill You?” The song is the second they’ve released this year, following up “Fear is the New Bliss.” Their last release was the 2016 EP “I Wanna Die In Los Angeles,” which marked the return of founding member Jack Dalrymple.

The band is working on a new album and will be touring next month.

Check out the video below!



Nothington announce split/indefinite hiatus after 2018 and the breaking of my heart

Nothington has announced that they’re calling it good after this year. The band made the announcement on their Facebook page this morning.

The split appears to be amicable, with the announcement stating that came to the decision “simply because we have other musical, artistic, and career-related aspirations to pursue as individuals.”

This year will be the band’s final appearances at The Fest and Punk Rock Bowling. They will be playing their last tours in the second half of 2018 with “a few select dates leading into spring of 2019.”

You can find the full announcement below.

The band’s most recent album, “In the End” was released April 2017 and was one of my top albums of the year. You should definitely try to catch them if they tour near you before the split. I haven’t caught them since a 2007 or so basement show with Off With Their Heads in Minneapolis, and it was easily one of the best shows I’ve been to.

Despite the sting of probably not getting any more material from Nothington, I am definitely looking forward to any projects that will come out of the split.



It’s official: Bad Religion are recording new album!

Following up on today’s report that Bad Religion guitarist Brett Gurewitz was teasing something, a picture from the studio posted by guitarist Brian Baker on his Instagram page confirms that they are actually recording their long-awaited new album.

We’ll keep you posted once we get more details on the new Bad Religion record, which is rumored to be released this summer in conjunction with their European tour that season. Their last studio album to date, True North, was released in 2013.



Moms Basement Records stream “Get Out Of My Club” tribue to The Manges

Moms Basement Records are now streaming their tribute to The Manges titled “Get Out Of My Club.” The twenty three track compilation features Teenage Bubblegums, Mugwumps, Windowsill and more.

Stream it below!

 

 

 



It looks Bad Religion are recording a new album

A cryptic post on Brett Gurewitz’s Instagram page has suggested that Bad Religion are in the studio recording their long-awaited new album. The post shows a picture from the studio and simply says, “Today’s office”. This follows up last February’s news where the iconic California punk band revealed that new songs were in the pipeline.

We’ll keep you posted once we get more details on the new Bad Religion record, which is rumored to be released this summer in conjunction with their European tour that season. Their last studio album to date, True North, was released in 2013.



MeanGirls stream track “Bitter Babes” off upcoming album “Is This Me Forever?”

Austin, Texas punks MeanGirls are now streaming a new track “Bitter Babes” from their upcoming album “Is This Me Forever?”

The album is set to release on June 15, 2018 via Community Records.

Check it out below.

 

 

 



Stream the new Pennywise album “Never Gonna Die”

It’s getting late down here in Africa but I’m a little disappointed my team of DSers missed this story earlier so sometimes you just gotta take matters into your own hands… If you haven’t heard it yet, I invite any of you punks who at one point in your lives enjoyed Pennywise to check out “Never Gonna Die” below. It’s the first album with original vocalist Jim Lindberg back on vocal duty in over a decade and it does not disappoint.



Laura Jane Grace releases new song “Park Life Forever”

Against Me!‘s Laura Jane Grace has released a new song called “Park Life Forever,” which she wrote about her summer adventures with her daughter Evelyn.  Here’s what she had to say about the song:

“This past summer my daughter learned to ride a bike which was a lot of fun. Everyday we would wake up and ride our bikes to the park, and on the way we would stop and get coffee and lemonade. She would play on the playground for hours and I would read in the grass. Then we would eat ice cream. It was the best. As the summer was ending, I started working on this song. It’s been a long winter. I’m ready for summer again (I think everyone is), so I thought this would be a fun song to share with everyone and help usher in those summertime vibes!”

You can stream the song below, and then check out the video where Laura goes into more detail about it.



Madball release trailer for upcoming album “For The Cause”

New York hardcore legends Madball release new album “For The Cause” on June 15th via Nuclear Blast. The band have uploaded “Behind The Cause”, a short YouTube clip from the studio where the album was recorded.

You can have a watch below.



You Big Idiot (Skate Punk, Canada) Stream Album “Mega Donair”

Vancouver punks You Big Idiot have released their new album, Mega Donair. Dedicated to the love of a local donair shop, this 12 track album is rammed with rapid skate punk that doesn’t take itself too seriously.

Mega Donair was produced and mixed by band bassist Shafer Carson, and mastered by Jason Livermore at the world famous Blasting Room in Colorado. You can listen to it below.



Slick Shoes (Skate Punk, CA) Stream Latest Single “Hold It Down”

California-based skate punk veterans Slick Shoes are streaming their latest single “Hold It Down”. You can check it out below.

“Hold It Down” represents the first new music from Slick Shoes in a long time. The latest release from the band was their 2003 full-length The Biggest and Best.



FIDLAR Stream New Single “Alcohol”

LA punks FIDLAR are allowing fans to stream their latest single “Alcohol”. You can check it out below.

As well as the single, the four-piece will be heading out to Europe in the summer. We’ve also included their tour “poster” below.

The latest full release from the band was the 2015 effort Too.



Not On Tour (Melodic, Israel) Stream Video for “Flip”, and Hit the Road in Europe

Israeli melodic punk rock band Not On Tour are allowing fans to stream a video for their 2015 track “Flip”. The tune appeared on the record Bad Habits. As well as the video, Not On Tour will also be hitting the road around Europe starting tomorrow.

You can check out the video for “Flip”, as well as the tour dates below.