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NOFX stream new song “I Don’t Like Me Anymore” off upcoming album “First Ditch Effort”

Happy Friday punk rockers! To kickoff your weekend we’re offered a special little treat from California punk legends NOFX; a stream of a new single from their upcoming album “First Ditch Effort”. The new track is titled “I Don’t Like Me Anymore” and it follows a somewhat similar theme as the last single in that it takes a pretty refreshing reversal of the pro-drug using, f-you sentiment that had become common themes in recent NOFX releases.

After reading the NOFX biography “The Hepatitis Bathtub…” I’ve been watching Fat Mike’s transition to sober living via Instagram with an unusual sense of pride and gratitude, and I’m a little embarrassed to say that more than a few posts have actually made me a bit misty eyed. I mean, I don’t even know the dude! But I digress. “I Don’t Like Me Anymore” struck me as an especially poignant tune lyrically and it also kicks ass musically. Stream it below.

First Ditch Effort will be released this October 7th through Fat Wreck Chords and serves as the first full-length release since 2012′s Self Entitled.

NOFX to release “NOFX: The Hepatitis Bathtub and Other Stories” audiobook

California punk legends NOFX have announced that they will be releasing an audiobook version of their recent biography, NOFX: The Hepatitis Bathtub and Other Stories. The audiobook will see each member read their individual sections and will also feature Tommy Chong (Cheech & Chong) and Jello Biafra, who will read the parts of former members.

The audiobook is scheduled for release on August 30th. You can listen to a small clip of Tommy Chong’s excerpt, where he reads ex-guitar player David Casilas’ first hand experiences with the band. Check it out here. Pre-orders are also being taken here.

The band is also getting ready to release First Ditch Effort – their first full-length release in 4 years. It will serve as a follow-up to 2012′s Self Entitled.

Free Download: Rejected Kids (skate punk) release new song “Home.”

Indonesian skate punk band Rejected Kids have released a new song titled “Home.” You can give the track a listen below, and download it for free on their Bandcamp page.

This is the band’s first new material in quite some time, as their latest album A New Chapter Has Begun was released in 2011.

Again on the Way stream new song “Antagonists Objections Through Wind”

Colombian skate punks Again on the Way are streaming their brand new song ”Antagonists Objections Through Wind”, which you can check out below.

“Antagonists Objections Through Wind” is taken from Again on the Way’s latest EP Memories Aimless, which was released on July 31st, 2016, and you can get a copy of it on their Bandcamp page.

Three Impotent Males (Ontario Skate-punk) stream new song “Smithereens”

Ontario skate-punk act Three Impotent Males are recording their first new release since 2012′s “Kings” EP. Not a lot of information yet other than it’s due out this Fall but most interestingly, you can already stream one of the new songs. It’s called “Smithereens” and you can check it out below.

Implants announce release date & launch pre-orders for new EP “The Olden Age”

California skate punk super-group Implants have announced their new EP The Olden Age will be released on September 9th through Cyber Tracks. The EP was recorded with iconic producer Ryan Greene, who also worked on the band’s debut album From Chaos to Order.

Pre-orders for the limited colored vinyl, CD, and digital versions of the The Olden Age are now available on the label’s webstore. Physical copies will come signed by the full band.

Short clips of all 5 tracks appearing on the EP can be heard on the pre-order page as well. If you want to hear one of the new songs in its entirety, head over here to check out “The System.”

Free music: Self-titled EP from Escape Velocity (skate punk/pop punk)

Springfield, Missouri skate-punk/pop-punk group Escape Velocity are now offering up their latest release for free/name your price download. Listen and/or download their self-titled EP below.

The four-track EP is dedicated to one of the band’s friends who passed away in 2014. It’s the band’s second EP, following their 2013 debut, Colors In The Atmosphere.

Riot Fest Denver announces 2016 After Shows

Riot Fest organizers have announced the official After Shows for the festival’s 2016 stop in Denver, Colorado. A few bands playing these shows include Lagwagon, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, The Lillingtons, The Aquabats, and Major Threat (a Minor Threat tribute ft. Dan Precision of 88 Fingers Louie).

The full schedule of After Shows for the 2016 edition of Riot Fest Denver can be found below. You can grab tickets for these shows when they go on sale this Friday, August 5th at 10am MDT.

Free Music: Debut EP from Gibberish (skate punk) – ‘Between Timid And Timbuktu’

Italian/Japanese/American skate punk band Gibberish are giving you a chance to grab a free download of their debut EP, Between Timid And Timbuktu. Give it a listen and download it below.

The three-track EP features two songs from the so-called “e-mail based skatepunk band” and a totally rad cover of Tony Sly’s “Chemical Upgrade.” If you’d like a physical copy of the release, go ahead and pre-order that on Gibberish’s Bandcamp page here.

Free Music: Spoiler – ‘Starting With S’ EP

Canadian skate punk group Spoiler are treating you to some free music, in the form of their brand new EP, Starting With S. Listen to and/or download the release below, and be sure to kick them a Loonie or two to show your appreciation.

Spoiler’s previous release was their 2015 self-titled EP, which you can also download for free on their Bandcamp page here.

Fat Wreck announces Punk Rock Holiday comp ft. unreleased songs by NOFX, Strung Out, etc.

The good people at Fat Wreck Chords have announced they will be releasing a special, limited edition compilation for this year’s Punk Rock Holiday. The comp titled Fat Wreck Holiday 2016 will feature previously unreleased songs by NOFX, Strung Out, and Swingin’ Utters.

It will be limited to 200 flexi disc copies, which will only be available to purchase at Punk Rock Holiday. So unless you plan on making the trek to Slovenia this August, you’re pretty much SOL.

For more info on the 2016 edition of Punk Rock Holiday, head over to the festival’s official website.

Statues On Fire drop new album “No Tomorrow”

Brazilian skate punks Statues On Fire have just released their new album “No Tomorrow”. If skate punk is your thing, I think you’ll dig it; check it out below.

The band has also released a music video for their song “Nowhere Is Where I Always Go”. Though it doesn’t have much of a story, it has some pretty cool shots and it fits the song well. You can watch that below.

The album serves as a follow up to their 2014 release of “Phoenix”.

Friends With The Enemy (female fronted skate-punk) stream new album “Declassified”

Heyo! Listen up you melodic skate punk fans! Female fronted Aussie punk act Friends With The Enemy are on the cusp of releasing a brand new full-length titled “Declassified” through the folks at Felony Records and we’re here to bring you the first taste of what you’re in store for. Think 90′s Fat Wreck era skate punk fronted by an Australian Haley Williams… or just turn up the volume and stream the album below!

“Declassified” is due out July 29th and is the band’s first release since their 2010 EP New World Disorder.

Start at Zero heading to the UK

Slovenian skate-punks Start at Zero are hitting the UK for the second time for a full tour at the end of September.

Check out the tour poster for all dates below.

Start at Zero’s last release was their EP Against the Stream in 2015.

Full Album Stream: Acid Snot – “Attitudes”

We first told you about Spanish skate punk band Acid Snot back in 2013 when they released their debut EP Hometown. But since the band released music videos for a few songs off that EP in 2014, it seems they’ve fallen off our radar.

Because of this, we missed out on the new full-length album they released earlier this year. It’s titled Attitudes, and it’s 13 tracks of melodic, ripping skate punk. Considering the official stream on the band’s YouTube page has under 2,500 plays, I assume most of you also missed out this album when it came out back in April. So I figured, why not share it with you now?

If you liked Acid Snot’s debut EP, or you’re a fan of bands like Belvedere and Hit the Switch, I recommend giving Attitudes a listen. You can do just that below.