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SCREAM release Trump protest video – “Politics Is Entertainment”

DC hardcore/punk legends SCREAM have put out a brand new Trump protest music video for their previously-unreleased track, “Politics Is Entertainment.” Watch it below.

The new video coincides with the inauguration of Trump, but also comes as Southern Lord gets ready to reissue SCREAM’s 1988 album, No More Censorship.



DS Exclusive: Tired (Hardcore) Premieres Debut EP “It’s All a Lie”

We got ourselves a twofer today, kiddies! Not only are we premiering a new EP, but this hardcore act from Durham, North Carolina is fresh to the scene also! We don’t know much about them yet other than they are a ‘supergroup’ of sorts consisting of members of Dogs Eyes, Almost People and Severed Fingers, all bands from The Great North State. Outside of that, the only other thing we know for sure is that the EP fucking rips! It’s four tracks of acerbic, contentious brutality and if you couldn’t tell by the album cover, most of their ire stems from the current state of the country. Perfect timing to welcome in the new regime! Check out all four face-meltingly (?) fast songs below!



Iron Reagan stream previously unreleased song “Take the Fall”

Virginia’s Iron Reagan are streaming a previously unreleased track titled “Take the Fall.” This song will not be included on their upcoming album Crossover Ministry, but will instead be released as part of New Noise Magazine’s flexi collection.

You can give “Take the Fall” a listen below.

Crossover Ministry is set to release on February 3rd through Relapse Records, serving as the follow-up to 2014’s The Tyranny of Will.



Career Suicide stream two new songs

Toronto’s Career Suicide are streaming two new songs from their upcoming album Machine Response.

You can listen to “Suffocate” and “Distractions” below.

Machine Response is set to be released on February 24th through Deranged Records and Static Shock Records.  It will be Career Suicide’s first full-length album in 10 years, serving as the follow-up to 2006’s Attempted Suicide.



Bungler announce new album “The Nature of Being New”

Buffalo’s hardcore trio Bungler are to release new album “The Nature of Being New” on Innerstrength Records, who the band have just penned a deal with. The album is out on March 3rd

You can see album details below. The band’s last release was compilation “Fake Fur Never Grows“. 



D.R.I. announce Canadian and Northwestern tour dates

Crossover icons D.R.I. have announced a tour of Canada and the West Coast, which will take place in April and May. The dates and locations are below.

D.R.I. last released the EP But Wait…There’s More! this past June through Beer City Records. The EP marks the band’s first set of new material since 1995’s Full Speed Ahead.



Music Video: M.O.D. – “Busted Broke & American”

Crossover legends M.O.D. have released a music video for their brand new song “Busted, Broke & American”, the title track from their upcoming album, due in March via Megaforce Records. You can check it out below.

Bused, Broke & American will be M.O.D.’s first studio album since 2007’s Red, White & Screwed, and the band recently announced that it will be their final record.



Iron Reagan release music video for new song “Bleed the Fifth”

Richmond’s Iron Reagan have released a music video for a brand new song titled “Bleed the Fifth,” taken from their upcoming album Crossover Ministry. You can check it out below.

Crossover Ministry is set to release on February 3rd through Relapse Records, serving as the follow-up to 2014’s The Tyranny of Will.



Screw Houston release video for “This Is Where We Part Ways”

Dutch hardcore band Screw Houston will release their new EP, Like Fighting Snakes, on February 10th.  The 5-song EP will be released via White Russian Records

In the meantime, you can check out a video for their new song “This Is Where We Part Ways,” below.  Screw Houston most recently released a 2-song EP called All Rise in 2016.



Run Like Hell releases split EP with Traces of You (hardcore)

Dutch hardcore act Run Like Hell has paired up with Italian hardcore/metal band Traces of You for a new split EP, and you can check it out below.

The split features two songs from each of the bands, and it is available as a name-your-price download here.



Stream Beartooth’s BBC radio session

Beartooth performed four songs for the BBC at the legendary Maida Vale studios. All four tracks are from their newest album, “Aggressive” – “Hated,” “Sick Of Me,” “Aggressive” and “Rock Is Dead.”

You can listen to the live session over on the BBC website now.



Dead Fucking Serious release new video “Pulse” ahead of LP

Eugene, OR hardcore trio Dead Fucking Serious have released a video for “Pulse”, taken from their upcoming album, “Squalor“, out this Friday (13th January) via the band’s own Take 92 Music.

You can watch the video and listen to a couple of the album tracks below.



First Blood (hardcore) sign to Pure Noise Records; release lyric video from new album

San Francisco hardcore outfit First Blood just announced they’ve signed to Pure Noise Records, and they have a new album coming soon. Check out a lyric video for one of their new songs, “Rules Of Life,” below.

The new album, titled Rules, is due out February 10th. You can see the cover art above, the full tracklisting below the video, and pre-0rder a digital copy here or a physical copy right here.

Rules will be First Blood’s third full-length, and their first album in seven years, serving as a followup to 2010’s Silence Is Betrayal.



Ghost Years (hardcore) streaming new single “Eat. Sleep. Work. Repeat.”

Amsterdam-based hardcore band Ghost Years are now streaming their brand new two-track single. Listen to “Eat. Sleep. Work. Repeat.” and “The Blood In My Veins” below.

The release is the band’s followup to their self-titled debut EP, which they put out in August 2016 via White Russian Records.



Brutality Will Prevail release new video “Forever Restless”

Welsh hardcore exports Brutality Will Prevail have released a video for new track, ‘Forever Restless’, the first from their forthcoming fifth album, ‘In Dark Places’, out later this year via Holy Roar Records.

You can watch the video below.