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The Tracys release music video for “I Hate Dancing”

Big Apple punks The Tracys have released a music video for “I Hate Dancing”, which can be viewed below.

“I Hate Dancing” is taken from the band’s latest album Humdinger, which was released last month.



The Shell Corporation release video for “Kumbaya”

California punk act The Shell Corporation has released a hilarious Donald Trump-themed video called “Kumbaya”, which can be viewed below.

The band on the video, “Yes. The tape is real and we, The Shell Corporation, as patriotic Americans, feel it is our civic doodie to leak it. How we came to have this in our possession is no ones concern. Just sit back and let us shower you with our golden revelations.”

“Kumbaya” is taken from The Shell Corporation’s latest album Fucked, which was released last March through La Escalera Records at home and Gunner Records abroad.



Street Dogs announce new album, tour dates (East and West coast)

Working class punk rockers Street Dogs are preparing for the release of their sixth studio album titled “Stand For Something or Die For Nothing”, due out June 22 via Century Media.

“The dumbing down of America is a reason to write songs in 2018,” vows Mike McColgan (vocals). “The theme is wake the f*ck up and the working class needs to unite across all colors, creeds, nationalities, genders and realize that we are being pitted against each other by snake oil salesmen and autocrats.”

“Punk, to me, is people living how they want to not how they are told to,” says McColgan. ‘Stand For Something or Die For Nothing’ expresses that ideal through songs like the title track that focuses on freedom of speech and “Working Class Heroes” that focuses upon living the American dream. 

The album was recorded at Woolly Mammoth Studios, Sugarland Studio, and Q Division Studio and was produced by bassist Johnny Rioux.

You can check out the album artwork and track listing, as well as several upcoming shows, below.



Great Apes announce indefinite hiatus following two farewell shows

Bay area punks Great Apes are calling it quits and are going on an indefinite hiatus, effective August of 2018. The band is ending on nothing but good terms, but is due primarily to life getting in the way. The band has two final shows scheduled for August 24th and 25th with Sire Six. You can check out details for the two farewell shows below as well as a statement from guitarist and vocalist Brian Moss.

Great Apes’ last release ‘California Heart’ via Asian Man Records in 2016.



Pacifist release EP “In The Wake Of The Privileged”

California natives Pacifist have released a new EP titled “In the Wake of the Privileged” via Vinehell Records. You can check out the EP below.

You can also purchase the 4-song release off of Vinehell Record’s bandcamp page for $2 or get the entire Vinehell catalog for just $32.50.

This release is the band’s first since their debut album “An Anti-War Corporation” out last year.



Satanic Surfers release “Back From Hell”

Swedish punk veterans Satanic Surfers have finally released their long-awaited new album “Back From Hell”. This is the band’s first full length in well over a decade and their sound picks right back up where they left off with their 2005 release “Taste of Poison”.

You can listen to the new record and check out their upcoming European tour dates below.



The Damned release long awaited album “Evil Spirits”

The Damned have finally released their latest album, “Evil Spirits.” It’s their first album since 2008’s “So, Who’s Paranoid?”

You can grab the album from your streaming service of choice.



Crash-11 (Welsh skate punk) release self-titled EP for name-your-price

One-man-band Crash-11 has released a self-titled EP at bandcamp for name-your-price. If you like fast, loud, skate punk, you should definitely pick this up. You can also grab a CD for three and a half Theresa May-approved Brexit Bux. Check out the stream below!



Good Friend premiere new video, kick off UK and Europe tour

For the conclusion of tonight’s Red Scare Industries Round-Up, Good Friend has premiered their video for “D.L.B.,” off their 2016 album “Ride the Storm.” The tour starts April 19th in London.

Check out the video and full list of tour dates below!



The Brokedowns announce new album, “Sick of Space” due out May 18th

My favorite Chicago-area boy band, The Brokedowns, have announced their newest album, “Sick of Space.” It’s out May 18th on Red Scare Industries. The burly hunks let their lawyer do the talking for them at RiotFest:

“Re: The Brokedowns v. Red Scare
Case No. CCCP 211

To whom it may concern:

Here is the contractually agreed upon third LP from the Brokedowns for Red Scare Industries. It’s totally dope as fuck.

Lyrically and musically, this may be one of the darker, weirder, and more serious offerings by these four genius riff warriors, but it also marks the first time the band has included the word pubes in a song.

It rips hard. If you’re not into it, you should start making a list of other things you may be wrong about.

Life sucks. Fuck you.

Sincerely,

Michael Cohen
Attorney At Law”

I love songs with the word “pubes” in them! This album is going to be great! You can pre-order it from Red Scare.



Sharp/Shock announce new album “Youth Club”

CA punks Sharp/Shock have just announced their new album “Youth Club.” The three piece will be releasing the album on May 25, but between now and then you can catch them on tour with Against Me! and Chris Farren.

Make sure you put your pre order in here.

Check out the “Youth Club” track list and tour dates below.



The Right Here stream single “More Delusions”

Minnesota act The Right Here are now streaming a new single titled, “More Delusions” off of Rum Bar Records.

“More Delusions” is off of the upcoming album from the four piece title “Another Round” on May 12.

Check it out below!



Brass Against the Machine stream cover of “Guerrilla Radio”

NYC act Brass Against the Machine, best known for their blend of funky, hip hop, punk and rock tunes are now streaming their cover of Rage Against The Machine’s “Guerrilla Radio.”

Check out the new cover below.



Playboy Manbaby (funk-punk) stream new album “Lobotomobile”

Playboy Manbaby are now streaming their new album, “Lobotomobile.” The album promises “elements of jazz, samba, waltz and 1960s golden-era pop into these unexpected maniacal anthems.”

The last release from these guys we’ve seen was their “Eldfell” EP from July of 2017.

Check it out below!



The Jukebox Romantics kick off tour with Less Than Jake and Face to Face, open custom snare drum contest

NY natives The Jukebox Romantics are officially kicking off their tour with Less Than Jake, and Face to Face today!

The boys are playing tonight in New Orleans at the House of Blues, and then will head off to Houston, TX and beyond.

In addition, any “Sleepwalk Me Home” album purchased between now and the end of the tour will automatically be entered to win a custom Darkhorse/ Jukebox Romantics snare drum. Purchase an album and a chance to win here!

Check out the dates below.