The song comes off their upcoming album “Take Back the Night”, due out in February of 2018 via Burger Records.
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Tuesday, November 21, 2017 at 7:15 PM (PST) by gunnar
Spanish self described “melodic happy-freak core” act, Main Line 10 have released a video for “Survive”. The song comes off their most recent album, “Sharks” which came out earlier this year.
You can find it on their Facebook page, here.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017 at 7:09 PM (PST) by gunnar
The song came off their most recent album, “Monstrosity” which came out in June of this year, via Asian Man Records
Tuesday, November 21, 2017 at 6:33 PM (PST) by gunnar
Flamingo Nosebleed last released a 7″ split called “Acid Dreams” with Italian Punks, Killtime in 2016.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017 at 1:20 PM (PST) by The Torchbearer
California pop-punk ramonescore band Grim Deeds are streaming their new album, the 31 song behemoth called Do Not Mock Satan, in its entirety.
You can give it a listen below.
Do Not Mock Satan was released on November 17th, 2017. It follows Only The Beast, which was released just 4 months ago on July 27th.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017 at 12:20 PM (PST) by The Torchbearer
Ukrainian Skate Punk act COMPLETE! are streaming their new EP “D.”
You can give it a listen below, and if you like what you hear, the band is offering the whole thing as a pay what you want download.
“D” was released on November 19th, 2017.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017 at 11:12 AM (PST) by Goldfinger
California melodic punks Dearly Divided are streaming their new album “So Much for New Beginnings”. The album released through Felony Records and Morning Wood Records is a real treasure, if you haven’t heard of Dearly Divided they hit you with a crisp sound, like walking out the door in a t-shirt in Thunder Bay in January. Recorded at Fat Mike’s Motor Studios this album does not disappoint.
You can check out this masterpiece below.
This represents the highly anticipated follow up album to Dearly Divided’s self titled album released in 2014. If your a fan of GAS Drummers or No Use For a Name these guys combine the awesomeness of both these bands.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017 at 10:54 AM (PST) by Goldfinger
Croatian punks The Celetoids are streaming their new album “ST”. The album which is pretty tight top to bottom features some seasonal tunes, the track “Must Be the Gremlins” gives way to the holiday classic “Do You Hear What I hear?”. So if you want to confuse your co-workers at the holiday work party, throw this bad boy on.
You can check out the album below.
This is the first full length from The Celetoids, and is being released through Drunken Sailor Records. If your a fan of old school punk (Ramones, The Queers) you will no doubt enjoy these guys.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017 at 10:17 AM (PST) by Goldfinger
Punk Rock & Paintbrushes have announced the dates and contributors for the second annual punk rock art showcase. This years lists of contributors is quite impressive, Warren Fitzgerald (Vandals), Matt Skiba (Alkaline Trio, Blink 182), Hunter Burgan (AFI) and Matt Hensley (Flogging Molly) have all contributed artwork as well as many more.
The event gives the musicians a chance to showcase their boundless creativity. Matt Skiba had this to say: ““I’m thrilled to be showing this round of my art with such beautiful friends and some amazing artists. Some of the new stuff is inspired by the scrawl on a childhood friend’s trapper-keeper as I remember it. He was super into death metal and was considered a ‘burner’ and ‘trouble’. They used those terms like they were a bad thing. I used lines from lyrics I’ve been writing recently combined with my friend’s graffiti. I want my new stuff to convey Hessian graffiti and ‘ignorant art’.”
The events founder Emily T. Nielsen had to say about it: “Punk Rock & Paintbrushes came into my life as a surprise two years ago with the desire to share my friend’s art with the world. I feel very privileged to work with each of these amazing and talented artists. We must continue to create art to share our personal life and feelings with the world but through the strokes of a paintbrush…all the while being punk rock”.
So with the holiday season fast approaching it might be a good time to check out the event and maybe procure a Warren Fitzgerald for that special someone in your life. The event will be kicked off on December 15th and held December 16th and 17th in Los Angeles, California.
For a sneak peak at what you might see at this year’s event check out below.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017 at 6:00 AM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
Since forming in 2006, Italian punks Thanx 4 All The Shoes have released two fantastic full length albums. Combining elements of melodic hardcore, skatepunk and thrash metal and adding evocative, socially aware lyrics, the quartet has rapidly gained a strong European following. Now, just three years after their last release, the lads are back with their third full length LP, Another Ride! Once again, the boys are have brought a great mix of tightly composed, technical riffs, catchy melodies and of course, speed!!! The ten track album will be released on CD, digital and vinyl on November 25th, (pre-orders are already up (BeNeLux, UK) and you better hurry, because the vinyl is limited to only 100 copies) and will be distributed in cooperation with White Russian Records, Disconnect/Disconnect, and No Reason Records (Italy). No need for you to wait though! DS readers can stream it, in its entirety, below! Prego!
*The band’s last release was the 2014 LP, This World Is Not Yours.
Monday, November 20, 2017 at 5:58 PM (PST) by Mike Scott
Pittsburgh punk veterans Anti-Flag have teamed up with PETA to film a video about organising the perfect vegan Thanksgiving. Justin Sane and Chris No. 2 from the band worked with chef Roberto Martin to cook a proper, all-vegan holiday spread.
You can watch the video and read about why they did it on PETA’s site now.
The night before the Fest, my wife and I sat out on the patio at the Wyndham Gainesville and enjoyed the delicious brews we grabbed at HourGlass Brewing on our way up. We sipped wistfully and gazed into the trees. I broke the silence, “Honey, tomorrow there are going to be people swinging in those trees, and running naked in the courtyard.” Obviously I had a slightly exaggerated sense of the debauchery that was to ensue, but only slightly.
I think we rolled out of bed on Friday morning around 10. We grabbed some coffee and got ourselves moving. Other than the bands that we wanted to see, we really didn’t have much of a plan or any idea what to expect. The first crisis of the day arose as I was getting dressed. I had decided to wear my The Spits shirt because I thought it was appropriately obscure and it’s yellow which would help keep the sun off of me on what was supposed to be a warm day. As I went through my luggage, I couldn’t find the shirt! I didn’t pack it!! Now what? Noise by numbers? Might give me some Chicago cred but too obscure. Desaparecidos? Naw. The Appleseed Cast. A band I like and have seen? Check. Obscure? I guess. Old shirt? Check. So I went with it.
After slamming a pineapple drink by the pool to the not-so-smooth sounds of Jason Guy Smiley, we decided to head over to the Holiday Inn and get our wristbands. The combination of people, confined space, and flea market atmosphere overwhelmed my senses and although I wanted to shop around, my agoraphobic side told me to get back out in the open air. We managed to fight though the cars and people. Made it to a parking structure and dumped the car. We lucked out with the parking situation. Not too expensive and close enough to the action to drop off any shirts, records, etc. that we accumulated.
The absolute best thing about the fest is the proximity of the different venues. You are never more than a five minute walk from any show. After grabbing a bite, we decided to check out A Wilhelm Scream. We beat the rush. Got our first of about 40 wrist bands, and looked to grab a beer. Eventually I would succumb to the masses and drink the more reasonably-priced PBR, but I started with the Swamphead IPA, which was actually pretty good. Caught a little A Wilhelm Scream and then cut for one of the first Mystery Shows of the weekend. Teenage Bottlerocket at High Dive doing Total in its entirety.
I’ll spare you the suspense. TB crushed it. High Dive is a great venue and I would recommend to future FESTers to see as many shows there as you can. If the choice is between High Dive and 8 Seconds, definitely take the Dive! After catching all 3 TB sets at FEST, I have to say I love these guys. Total was amazing!! They dropped “Skate or Die” and a few others to close out the set. Oddly enough, this was our second set of the fest and it stole the show. We wouldn’t know that until 40 bands later.
I wrote a piece about how to do the FEST, which was odd, because I’d never done it before. Still I had a philosophy in place, and that was to see as many bands as possible. We often had to make tough decisions and cut out early on some good sets, but I wanted to be on the move. So that explains how we hit The Flatliners, caught a bit of DAGS! (bought their record), saw some of Ratboys (not enough), and then hightailed it over to The Wooly to catch Tartar Control. These guys are awesome, the act is hilarious, and they just bring it 100%.
Next we hit Durty Nelly’s to catch The Bigger Empty. This is Mike Felumlee’s (Smoking Popes) other band, where he gets to come out from behind the kit and show off his boyish good looks. Great set from these guys. We moved on to catch Ghouls at Rockey’s where we hung on to catch the beginning of Sinai Vessel. My wife is a bad person and she really wanted to see The Lillingtons at 8 Seconds. We were worried that at one point people would just pick a spot and we wouldn’t be able to get into certain venues. So we cruised out of Sinai Vessel (very sad about that) and went to Pegboy at 8 Seconds.
Certainly Pegboy can turn your mood right around. They sounded great and hearing the songs off of “Strong Reaction” really brought back some mems. But 8 Seconds wasn’t full, and our fears of being shut out were unfounded, so we cruised back to Rockeys to catch Typesetter. Great set by them and afterward I got to catch up with Caleb Cordes of Sinai Vessel. I should mention that I had yet to get a shout out on my shirt and was questioning my choice to wear it. Then I met Caleb and he said “nice shirt.” I told him that SV reminded me of Appleseed Cast. He told me that he worked with Chris from AC on Brokenlegged. That totally blew my mind. The shirt was vindicated!!
FEST has a magic quality, maybe it’s the music, or something in the PBR that acts as the fountain of youth. At this point in the evening, we needed all the energy we could get. We were determined to catch The Lillingtons, so we went back to 8 Seconds and grabbed a couple of PBRs to pep us up. We arrived to the sounds of 88 Fingers Louie. I heard mixed reviews on their sound, but they definitely overcame the limitations of 8 Seconds better than most. I thought they sounded great. I could listen to Mr. Precision play all day. After we drained our PBRs, The Lillingtons came on. We hung on as long as we could, but had to cut out early. I don’t think they played our fave tune “All I hear is Static” so at least we didn’t miss that. We got some much-needed sustenance at the local Taco Bell, and then retired to our room for the evening, pretty amped to crash out so we could get up and do it all over again.
Monday, November 20, 2017 at 1:43 PM (PST) by villagebrown
Spanish punk rock band G.A.S Drummers were recently in the studio with School House Live where they recorded and filmed a live version of their track, “Yours To Discover.” The video was recorded and shot in one day on the heels of the band’s Canadian tour, where they did shows with Propagandhi and Iron Chic.
You can watch the video below.
G.A.S Drummers last release includes their 2013 full-length, We Got The Light.
Monday, November 20, 2017 at 8:38 AM (PST) by Mike Scott
You can have a listen to the EP below.
Friday, November 17, 2017 at 5:38 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
Another Ride is due out on November 25th through Disconnect Disconnect Records.