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NEEDS release music video for “Everybody Makes Me Steaks”

Vancouver hardcore act NEEDS have released a video for their new song “Everybody Makes Me Steaks,” which comes from the bands’ upcoming sophomore album Limitations, that is set to be released on June 22nd via File Under: Music.

You can check out the video below.

NEEDS last released their self-titled debut on May 12, 2015, also via File Under: Music.



Spine (Hardcore) streaming new album “Faith”

Kansas City/Chicago hardcore outfit Spine are streaming their new album Faith. Released June 15th through Bridge Nine Records, this album delivers from top to bottom.

Give the new album a listen below.

This is the sophomore album for Spine, their last album Deny was released in 2016. If you’re a fan of Agnostic Front or Cro-Mags be sure to give these guys a listen.



Dad Brains (hardcore/dadcore) stream “Baby Jail”

Why do bees hum? Because they don’t know the words.

That’s right, Fathers day is coming up. What better way to celebrate than with the Self Titled EP from California’s Dad Brains (and some dad jokes). The band is made up of punk rock dads from bands such as No Motiv, The Missing 23rd, Creep Division, and The F-ing Wrath.

Stream “Baby Jail” from the upcoming album full of power chords, sing along melodies, and the drama of parenting below.



Slapshot (hardcore) streaming new album “Make America Hate Again”

Boston hardcore legends Slapshot are streaming their latest masterpiece Make America Hate Again. Released June 1st through Bridge Nine Records, this is quickly becoming one of my early record of the year candidates.

Check out the genius that is Slapshot below.

This is the first new music from the hardcore vets since 2014’s LP. If you want to jump straight into the fire I suggest the track “Hypocrite”. 



Blind Justice (Hardcore) streaming single “Never Enough” off upcoming album

Jersey hardcore act Blind Justice are streaming the track “Never Enough” off of their upcoming album No Matter the Cost. Set to be released June 29th on Flatspot Records.

Give the single a listen below.

This is the first new music from Blind Justice since their 2014 split album. If you’re a fan of hardcore you’re a fan of these guys so check them out.



Madball release video for “Rev Up”

New York hardcore legends Madball have released a music video for “Rev Up”, which can be viewed below.

“Rev Up” is taken from the band’s upcoming album For the Cause, which will comes out on June 15th via Nuclear Blast.



World Demise (hardcore) stream debut EP

New Jersey hardcore act World Demise are now streaming their debut EP World Demise on Flatspot Records.

This is the first recorded material these guys have come out with since their formation in April 2017.

Check out the new EP below.



Get Some! (hardcore) stream new album “Freaky, Filthy and Frustrated”

Netherlands hardcore band Get Some! are streaming their new album Freaky, Filthy and Frustrated.

If you are a fan of New York hardcore, be sure to check out the stream below.



Gatherers (post-hardcore) stream new album “We Are Alive Beyond Repair”

New Jersey post-hardcore Gatherers released their third album We Are Alive Beyond Repair on June 1 via Equal Vision Records.

In support of this album they have embarked on a summer tour.  Check out the album (via Bandcamp) and the tour dates below.



Refused stream new EP “Servants of Death”

Swedish hardcore punk icons Refused are streaming their new EP, Servants of Death, which was originally released as a Record Store Day exclusive.

You can check out the EP, which features 4 live tracks from The Shape of Punk To Come and 2 studio tracks from Freedom, below.

Refused last released Freedom in 2015 via Epitaph Records.



Living In Victory (hardcore punk) announce new album, stream new song

South Bay hardcore punk act Living In Victory have announced they will be releasing a new EP, Freeman, on June 23rd via On The Attack Records.

The band is also streaming the first song off the release.  You can listen to “United Stomp” below.

Living In Victory last released Be The Change in 2014.



Judiciary sign to Closed Casket Activates ahead of debut LP

New York-based label Closed Casket Activaties have signed Lubbock, Texas-based metallic hardcore outfit Judiciary, for impending release of the band’s debut full-length album. The band released “The Axis Of Equality EP” ins 2016, before a split cassette with Mortality Rate in 2017, which got the attention of the label.

More details to follow. The band’s back catalogue is available via Bandcamp.



Broken Teeth share new video for “Riot of the Mind”

Manchester punks Broken Teeth have just shared a new video for their track, “Riot of the Mind” which comes off of the most recent LP “Peace Amongst Chaos” via Nuclear Blast.  The video features shots from Outbreak Fest 2017 and Shedfest 2018 by Dai Tan Films.

Check out the video below.



Cancer Bats, Flatliners and Heart Attack kids announce pair of shows

What would a Tuesday be without a reference to maple syrup, Celine, or poutine? So here we go, pull out the good syrup, throw on some Celine and head to your favorite fry truck because Cancer Bats, The Flatliners and Heart Attack Kids have announced a pair of shows in Kingston and Barrie for September.

No word on if these guys will extend the tour beyond these two dates but it’s probably a safe bet. So if you want to check these guys out in an intimate setting join me on September 20th in Kingston, Ontario at The Mansion for a great show.

The most recent release from the Cancer Bats is The Spark That Moves released earlier this year.



While She Sleeps release live video version of “Silence Speaks”

While She Sleeps have released a video of an alternative version of ‘Silence Speaks’, which was filmed and recorded live at St Pancras Old Church last year. The track is included on an expanded special edition of their album ‘You Are We’, which is set for release 20th July.

Out on the band’s own Sleeps Brothers label, the new edition of the record will also feature demos of album tracks and ideas that didn’t make it onto the record. Full track listings (as well as the video) below.