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69 Enfermos (skate punk) release new video for “Be Smart Don’t Play the Fool”

Brazil-based skate punk/melodic hardcore band 69 Enfermos has a new video out for their song “Be Smart Don’t Play The Fool,” and you can check it out below.

The song will appear on the band’s upcoming album, A Place to Call Home, which will be released in early 2017 by MorningWood Records.  69 Enfermos most recently released Beyond Borders in 2015.



NOFX releasing two new 7″s

NOFX have announced they will be releasing two new 7″s this holiday season.

One is a 4-song EP titled Hepatitis Bathtub, which according to Fat Wreck’s press release is a “crazy old NOFX recording that was recorded in a basement in Omaha, Nebraska in 1987.” The other is a 7″ single for “Oxy Moronic,” which features a “radically different” demo of the track.

Pre-orders for these 7″ releases are available here and here, respectively.

NOFX released their 13th full-length album First Ditch Effort in October through Fat Wreck Chords. It was their first LP in four years, following 2012′s Self Entitled.



Denial And Error (skate punk) stream new EP

Ontario skate punks Denial & Error recently released their debut, self-titled EP via Synicalist Records and you can stream the entire thing below.



Music Video: Full Garage (Korean skate punk) – “Okubo, Better Than Yours”

South Korean skate punk act Full Garage have premiered a new music video that features two tracks, “Okubo” and “Better Than Yours.” You can check it out below.

The two tracks come from the band’s latest album, “Vinyl Suit,” which was released on July 7 this year. Full Garage are streaming the album on their Bandcamp, which you can find below the video as well.



Nardwuar Vs. Fat Mike (for the 7th time)

Canadian celebrity interviewer and musician, Nardwuar the Human Serviette, interviewed NOFX bassist and vocalist “Fat Mike” Burkett for the 7th time in Vancouver, BC – a few weeks ago.

It’s pretty awesome how Nardwuar always presents obscure vinyl, and comes up with obscure references and questions to go with them.

Check out the video below.



SHAMES (Skate Punk) stream new song “Sick Is Not Mine” from upcoming album

Japanese skate punks SHAMES have a brand new album coming out next month, and are now streaming a new track, “Sick Is Not Mine,” through the Skatepunkers blog. You can find the stream here.

The band’s new album, “Rebirth,” is due out December 14th via Attractive Records. “Rebirth” is the second full-length from SHAMES, and their first since 2010. The band’s latest release was a 2011 3-way split with Now Or Never and Fast Motion.



Music Video: Denial & Error – “Forgotten One”

Ontario skate punks Denial & Error have premiered a music video for their song ”Forgotten One”, and you can give it a watch below.

“Forgotten One” appears on Denial & Error’s self-titled EP, which was released last Friday (November 18th) via Synicalist Records.



Our Darkest Days stream new record “A Common Agony”

The wait is over, Canada’s Our Darkest Days have released full-length A Common Agony on Bird Attack records. The album features thirteen tracks of shredding skatepunk and cameos from the likes of 88 Fingers Louie and Forus.

You can listen to the full album below but go and buy a copy and support great music.



Shames (skate punk) streaming new song – “Careless” off upcoming album

Japanese skate punks SHAMES have a brand new album coming out next month, but for now, you’ll have to make due with the opening track, “Careless,” which you can stream below.

The band’s new album, Rebirth, is due out December 14th via Attractive Records. Check out the cover art to the left, and the full tracklisting below. If the one song isn’t quite enough for you right now, you can also hear an album “trailer” below the track.

Rebirth is the second full-length from SHAMES, and their first since 2010. The band’s latest release was a 2011 3-way split with Now Or Never and Fast Motion.



Our Darkest Days stream new song “Time Has Come” featuring Denis Buckley of 88 Fingers Louie

What’s more exciting than a new song from Canada’s Our Darkest Days? I’ll tell ya. A new song from Our Darkest Days featuring guest vocals from 88 Fingers Louie frontman Denis Buckley! Give “Time Has Come” featuring Dennis below.

“Time Has Come” will be featured on Our Darkest Days’ upcoming album A Common Agony due out on November 18th via Bird Attack Records.



F.O.D. streaming new song “American”

Belgian skate punks F.O.D. have premiered another song from their upcoming album Harvest. The track’s titled “American,” and you can give it a listen below.

Harvest is set to release on February 7th, 2017. It will be the band’s first album in 3 years, following 2014′s Tricks of the Trade. The previous single “Crew You” can be streamed here.



Our Darkest Days stream two new songs

Canada’s Our Darkest Days are streaming two songs from their upcoming album A Common Agony.

Give a listen to “Ceaseless” and “The Burden Of My Sins” below.

A Common Agony is set to be released on November 18th via Bird Attack Records.



Music Video: F.O.D. (punk) – “Crew You”

Belgian punk rockers F.O.D have released a new music video for their song “Crew You.” This tune is one off of their upcoming album, Harvest. You can check the video out below.

Harvest is scheduled for release on February 7th, 2017.



DS Exclusive Stream: Colorsfade (Skate Punk) Premieres “I4NI” Off of Upcoming EP “Scream In Silence”

Sitting somewhere between skate punk and melodic hardcore, this quartet of Quebecois has already perfected their sound only one year into their existence. If you haven’t heard them yet, you’re in luck! Their sophomore, three track EP, Scream In Silence is due out on November 15th via Thousand Islands Records and we’re excited to say that you, our lucky readers have been chosen to get an exclusive first listen of the premiere track “I4NI”! Go ahead and crank the volume, the neighbors are gonna want to hear this one! Stream it below!

Colorsfade‘s last release was their debut EP State Of Mind , released in November 2015 (available on Bandcamp for ‘Name Your Price’).



Listen to Fat Mike’s commentary for NOFX’s “First Ditch Effort”

NOFX bassist and vocalist “Fat Mike” Burkett has provided fans with a running commentary for his band’s latest release “First Ditch Effort”.

You can check it out over at Fat Wreck Chords‘s official website or on Spotify.