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New Video: Ray Rocket – “Do You Wanna Go To Tijuana?”

The long-talked-of solo debut from Teenage Bottlerocket‘s Ray “Rocket” Carlisle has now got specific, and awesome, release information…and a debut music video!

The album’s called Do You Wanna Go To Tijuana? and it’s due out April 1st via Rise Records. Pre-order bundles are A) super rad and B) available here.  Oh, and the debut video for the title track will melt your goddamn heart, I promise you. Check it out below.

Also of note is that Ray will be embarking on a North American solo tour with The Copyrights and The Lippies following the record’s release.



For I Am (pop punk) sign to Bearded Punk Records

Belgian pop-punk group For I Am are the newest band to join the fine folks over at Bearded Punk Records, who announced the signing this week.

The band’s first release on the label will be a re-release of their debut EP, 15 Minutes Late. For I Am self-released the EP in June, and have since sold out their physical copies. You can listen to the EP below, and if you’d like to pre-order a copy of the re-release, you can do so right here.



The Swellers writing a new song

Nick Diener of ex-guitarist / vocalist of The Swellers tweeted the other day that the currently defunct band will be writing and recording a new song. You can see the tweet here.

No word on whether or not the band is officially back together, or the reason for the new song, but we’ll keep you posted.

The Swellers released their final album, The Light Under Closed Doors, in October 2013 through No Sleep Records.They announced their plans to break up in June 2014.



Comminor stream three new songs off upcoming album ‘Let’s Call It Art’

Swedish skate punks Comminor are streaming three new songs, “Rubble Boy,” “Dexter,” and “My Dad” off their upcoming album, Let’s Call It ART!. You can listen to the songs, via Spotify, below.

Comminor will release Let’s Call It ART! on February 5, 2016. It will be the follow up to the band’s demo full length, Thank You, I Hate You, which was self-released in 2014.



NerveGuns stream “Stolen Time” off new record ‘Broken Faith and Messed Up Souls’

German based punk band NerveGuns have released a new single titled “Stolen Time.” The track is the second single off their upcoming album Broken Faith and Messed Up Souls. You can check it out below.

NerveGuns will release Broken Faith and Messed Up Souls on March 11, 2016. It will be the follow up their self-titled debut album, NerveGuns, released in December 2013 via  Klabautermann Records.



The Copyrights announce tour of North America with Ray Rocket (Teenage Bottlerocket) and The Lippies

The Copyrights will be heading out on a tour around North America with opening acts Ray Rocket (Ray Carlisle of Teenage Bottlerocket fame, playing solo) and The Lippies, with The Penske File joining on all dates in Canada. The tour will hit both Pouzza Fest and Bled Fest, and you can check out the dates and locations below.

The Copyrights released their latest album, Report, in August 2014 through Red Scare Industries. The Lippies will release their self-titled debut this year, also on Red Scare. 



Millencolin Announce New EP “True Brew” with two unreleased songs

Skatepunks Millencolin have announced that they’re releasing a new EP with a familiar name: “True Brew.” The EP will be available on the 26th of the month and will have two previously unreleased tracks on it as well as a Swedish version of “True Brew.” You can preorder the album from De:Nihil Records here.

You can read the tracklist and see their European dates below.

 

 

 

 

 

 



The Mizzerables announce new album “As I Am”

At long last, Chicago punks The Mizzerables have unveiled release details for their new album As I Am. The twelve-song release is due to hit the streets March 1st on digital and CD formats, with a targeted vinyl release date of August 1st.

Pre-orders are available right here, and they include immediate downloads of the title track and another song titled “Drinkin’ Brews and Singin’ The Blues.” Both songs can be heard below.

As I Am will be The Mizzerables’ second full-length album, serving as a follow-up to 2013′s Every Last Stitch on Whoa! Records.



The Matches announce “Decomposer” full-album shows

Oakland pop-punks The Matches have announced a handful of shows celebrating the 10th anniversary of their sophomore album Decomposer. Each of the four dates will see the band playing the 2006 album in its entirety.

Find out if they’ll be stopping in a city near you below.

Since reuniting in 2014, The Matches have released a live version of their debut album E. Von Dahl Killed the Locals, as well as a brand new single titled Life of a Match.



Teenage Bottlerocket announce first shows with new drummer

Teenage Bottlerocket have announced their new drummer Darren Chewka will see his first live action with the band this March in Denver and their hometown of Laramie, Wyoming. The Gamits and The Nobodys will be tagging along for both shows.

More info on these shows can be found below.

If you’re wondering why Teenage Bottlerocket have enlisted a new drummer, it’s because Brandon Carlisle unfortunately passed away this past November. The band decided to move forward because they believe it’s what Brandon would want them to do.



Grayscale stream new album “What We’re Missing”

Philadelphia pop-punk group Grayscale‘s new album What We’re Missing is now available for streaming.

You can give it a listen below.

The record releases on February 12th via Anchor Eighty Four Records. Pre-orders are available here.



MxPx and Screeching Weasel announce Australian shows

Iconic pop-punk bands MxPx and Screeching Weasel will be heading down under to play three Australian shows in May. You can check out the dates and locations below.

MxPx’s latest album Plans Within Plans was released in 2012 through Jump Start Records. Screeching Weasel released part one of a two-part rock opera titled Baby Fat in May, 2015 on Recess Records.



Seasons Change (pop-punk) announce tour with Mariner (also pop-punk)

California pop-punk group Seasons Change have announced a US tour with bay area pop-punks Mariner. You can check out the dates below.

The band released their last album, “Please Don’t Leave”, was released in April of 2015 through No Sleep Records



The Starting Line release music video for “Anyways”

The Starting Line have premiered a music video for the title track off their upcoming 7-inch “Anyways” and you can check it out below.

After a long hiatus from The Starting Line spent focusing on other projects, the band was inspired by the exciting new wave of punk rock, in and outside of their hometown of Philadelphia. What resulted were three powerful, honest songs that recapture the spirit of this beloved band and are a reminder of how much we always have, and always will love The Starting Line. A quote from Kenny Vasoli on the EP can be found below.

“I had stepped out of writing in TSL’s style for quite a while. I think that time gave me ample opportunity to cleanse my pallet. Eventually I started regaining my appetite for punk music. All of the sudden I was throwing on lots of Cloud Nothings, Desaparacidos and Joyce Manor. I was able to identify what aspects I had always loved about punk music and they reignited my desire to create it. Reproaching the band with this initiative allowed my writing process to flow with no resistance. Lyrically, I was able to vent all of the garbage built up in my psyche through an appropriate channel. I try to keep a peaceful and positive outlook throughout my life. That’s how I’d like to operate all the time, but occasionally life does pan out ideally. TSL songs have always been my place to vent, in hopes that others might share a similar human experience and perspective.” - 

Anyways is due out on February 5, 2016 through Downtown Records and can be pre-ordered here.



Fat Wreck details their first Mean Jeans release “Nite Vision”

Fat Wreck Chords have just announced that on March 18th they will be putting out a new 7-inch from their latest signees, Mean Jeans. The three song single, titled “Nite Vision”, will feature a brand new song culled from their up-coming full-length (details to be announced soon), along with two exclusive B-sides.

Check out what Billy Jeans (guitar/vox) had to say about the release below:

Mean Jeans have awoken from a self-inflicted stupor and are all hyped up on the next phase. We’ve been sitting on a gang of party punk smashers that we’ll be releasing over the next few months, starting with our debut Fat single. Dig it, get geared up for our forthcoming LP and catch us in the Pacific Northwest and SXSW in March, both coasts in May, and Europe this summer.

Mean Jeans last released a compilation album, Singles Collection, on March 21, 2015 through Dirtnap Records. Their last proper full length was 2012′s On Mars.