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Restorations announce September US tour dates

Posted by JerryLowLife on Thursday, July 24, 2014 at 2:24 PM (PST)

Philadelphia pop-punk act Restorations recently announced some September tour dates leading up to the Riot Fest in Toronto, and then they will be stopping for some more shows on their way to the Riot Fest in Chicago.  You can see the full list of dates and locations above.

Restorations released their latest album, “LP2,″ back in April through SideOneDummy Records.

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Red Scare Industries is celebrating 10 years of labelhood on October 25th with a killer show at Chicago’s Metro.  The Falcon, The Lillingtons, The Methadones, Elway, The Brokedowns and Direct Hit! have all been previously announced as a part of the line up, and now you can also count on seeing both Teenage Bottlerocket and Masked Intruder there.

Teenage Bottlerocket bassist Miguel Chen shared some words about playing this show:

“Holy shit Red Scare is ten years old! That means it’s been ten years since we met Toby Jeg, our dear friend who’s been with us ever since! We have a lot of great memories together and it’s certainly safe to say Red Scare was a critical label in TBR’s journey. Celebrating a rad label, run by a rad dude with a rad show sounds like the best time ever! AND if that wasn’t enough it’s taking place in one of our favorite cities in the world: Chicago!!! Sign us up!”

Similarly, Masked Intruder front-man (criminal mastermind?) Blue also had some words regarding his band’s appearance:

“We are stoked to be playing the Red Scare 10th anniversary show! Red Scare has been putting out some of the coolest bands and records of all time for the last 10 years, and it’s insane how many of them are involved in this showcase. We are honored to be involved. Plus, we are honored to have the opportunity to steal so much nice band equipment.”

Red Scare will be announcing 1 band per day via different sites so keep your eyes peeled for more additions.  In the meantime snag your tickets here.

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Music Video: The American Scene – “Royal Blue”

Posted by Bizarro Dustin on Thursday, July 24, 2014 at 10:30 AM (PST)

Berkeley pop-punk act The American Scene have released a music video for their new single “Royal Blue”. The track is set to appear on the band’s upcoming album Haze. You can watch the video below.

The American Scene will release Haze on September 9th via Pure Noise Entertainment. Haze will be the follow up to their debut album, Safe For Now which came out in August 2012, also on Pure Noise. You can pre-order the new album here.

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Staten Island pop punk 5-piece Backslashes and Bad Ideas have been announced as the latest signing to the Imminence Records roster. They’ll be putting out a new EP, “Sad Is The New Black” later this year. To get you properly stoked, the band have released the title track from that EP (which also happens to be the B-side, which seems weird) via Soundcloud. Check it out here.

Backslashes and Bad Ideas released their second EP, “There’s No Place Like Home,” in November of last year via Harbor Records.

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The Front Bottoms planning split EP with Jersey rapper GDP

Posted by jaystone on Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 4:52 PM (PST)

Well here’s something…

New Jersey’s The Front Bottoms are teaming up with another Garden State artist to record a split EP this fall. “The Souls?” you ask. Nope. “Gaslight?” you say. Negative. “GDP?” Wait…that’s who you’d pick third?!?

Anyway, yes, in an interview with San Francisco publication Do 415, frontman Brian Sella let slip that The Front Bottoms will be teaming up with Jersey rapper and marijuana aficionado GDP (from the duo Hash Money or #$ for you youngsters) for a split due this fall. Click here to read the full text (the GDP piece is about halfway down).

The Front Bottoms’ latest EP, “Rose,” was released earlier this month on Bar/None Records.

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New Video: Save Ends (Boston pop punk) – “Song of Susannah”

Posted by jaystone on Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 3:54 PM (PST)

Boston-based pop-punks Save Ends have got a brand new video for your enjoyment. It’s for the track “Song of Susannah,” and you can check it out below.

“Song of Susannah” appears on Save Ends’ debut LP, “Warm Hearts, Cold Hands,” which was released last November via Tiny Engines. They also featured in our universally-acclaimed  ”10 Bands That Make The Boston Better Than Yours” list earlier this year.

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Berkeley pop-punk act The American Scene are finishing up their new record “Haze,” which is set to be released on September 9th via Pure Noise Entertainment. You can check out the track list and some teaser videos for the album below.

The American Scene released their debut full length “Safe For Now in August 2012.

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According to recent reports, Ashley Cadwallader, singer for Californian pop-punk act Smalls, quit the band in the middle of their summer tour with On My Honor and The Sheds and flew home last night because her bandmates, who she recently came out to as a homosexual, had allegedly been abusive toward her for the entirety of the tour.

Cadwallader has yet to release a statement of any sort, but one of the singer’s close friends has spoken up about what is said to have happened. You can read her statement below.

If this really happened, we’re very sorry this happened to Ashley. Nobody deserves to be on the receiving end of such hatred, especially when it’s coming from people you consider friends. We’ll keep you in the loop as more details on this story come to light.

UPDATE: Ashley has released a statement, in which she states her ex-boyfriend (the band’s guitarist) became very aggressive with her and often said he hated her, and that the rest of her bandmates started hanging out without her after she came out of the closet, but denies they are homophobic. You can read the entire thing below, under the initial statement made by a friend.

UPDATE #2: Two members of the band (Brittney Rosales (drummer) and Billy Miranda (ex-boyfriend, guitarist)) have also released statements on the events that lead up to Cadwallader’s departure. Those have been added into the post as well.

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Illinois pop/punk band Real Friends are streaming their debut album “Maybe This Place is the Same, and We’re Just Changing.”

Check it out below.

The album is out now on Fearless Records.

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Red Scare Industries is celebrating 10 years of labelhood on October 25th with a killer show at Chicago’s Metro.  Already announced as part of the lineup are The Falcon, The Lillingtons, The Methadones, Elway, and The Brokedowns and today Direct Hit! has been added into the mix.

Here’s what DH! frontman Nick Woods had to say:

“Most say punk rock saved their life, but the truth is Red Scare saved our lives. Like, most say ‘Praise His Name,’ but we say ‘Praise Toby Jeg Hallelujah.’ We look at this party more as an opportunity to serve the lord – well, OUR lord – than we look at it like a show. Like, we didn’t so much SIGN to Red Scare as we BECAME Red Scare. It’s a lifestyle thing, man. Get over it.”

Red Scare will be announcing 1 band per day via different sites so keep your eyes peeled for more additions.  In the meantime snag your tickets here.

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Full EP Stream: Four Year Strong – “Go Down In History”

Posted by JerryLowLife on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at 11:49 AM (PST)

Massachusetts pop-punks Four Year Strong are currently streaming their new album Go Down In History in its entirety, and you can give it a listen below.

Go Down In History was released today, July 22nd, through Pure Noise Records.

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Music Video: Emily’s Army – “Ammonia and Bleach”

Posted by JerryLowLife on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at 11:07 AM (PST)

Oakland pop-punk act Emily’s Army, featuring Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong’s son Joey on drums, have released a video for their song “Ammonia and Bleach.”

Check it out below.

“Ammonia and Bleach” comes from the bands album Swim, which was released today, July 22nd, through Rise Records.

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Caffiends and Wolf-Face stream split 7-inch

Posted by Screeching Bottlerocket on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at 9:12 AM (PST)

Caffiends and Wolf-Face, two awesome Floridian bands any self-respecting punk fan should know about, are streaming their new split 7-inch ahead of its August 7th release on Swamp Cabbage Records.

Give it a listen right here, and head over to the label’s webstore to pick up a copy of the record if you like what you hear.

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New music video from Joyce Manor – “The Jerk”

Posted by Midwest Punk on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at 8:53 AM (PST)

Pop-punk/progressive group Joyce Manor have a new video out for their song “The Jerk.” You can watch it below.

The song is off the band’s new album, Never Hungover Again, which is out today (July 22nd) on Epitaph Records.

Joyce Manor will hit the road next month (August) for a few shows with Brand New, followed by a full US tour with The Exquisites. Check out the dates/locations below the video.

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After much speculation (and apparently some very false starts), Mark Hoppus confirmed in a recent interview that Blink-182 will begin writing and recording their long-awaited new album after their summer tour.

Blink-182 last self-released an EP entitled Dogs Eating Dogs in December 2012, after parting ways with Interscope Records. Their last full-length studio album, Neighborhoods, was released in September 2011.

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