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Dowzer (Netherlands) Posts Teaser Video to Announce Release Date for New LP

2014 was the last time we heard from this Dutch quartet, when they were announcing their third LP, Bummercamp. Now, they’ve returned with another exciting announcement, this time in video format! The 45 second clip was posted earlier this week and includes release information for their newest ten track LP So Much For Silver Linings which is due out on September 22nd. As with most Euro releases there will be number of distributors based on geography. Vinyl, CD and digital releases will be brought to you by our good friends at Umlaut Records (UK) and Shield Recordings (EU) while fans in Japan can pick it up from the wonderful folks at Waterslide Records. Lastly (if you’re sadomasochistic), you can get a copy on cassette from Trilob Records. Netherlanders (that can’t be right), there’s a record release show planned on October 6th at PIER 15 Skatepark in Breda. Go support your local scene! Now, if you’d like all of this same information with a shredding soundtrack included, watch the teaser video below!


DS Exclusive: FastFade (Skate Punk) Premieres EP “Side Effects”

This tremendous trio from London, England plays a recognizable brand of skate punk, drawing influence from 90’s legends like NOFX, Face To Face, Millencolin, Lagwagon, and Pulley. Although it’s familiar in it’s sound, the youthful exuberance that these lads inject, elevates them above some their contemporaries. If you’re unfamiliar with FastFade, you’re in luck! They’re releasing their newest EP Side Effects via our friends over at Umlaut Records on June 30th (order here) and will be throwing a free release party on July 5th, where they’ll be opening for Irish pop-punk act No Matter and fellow Brits Triple Sundae! What an incredible lineup! What’s that? You don’t live in Jolly Old England and don’t have good enough credit to qualify for a credit card? Well fret not, irresponsible reader! The boys were kind enough to send the entire four track EP for us to stream exclusively for our readers! So, get’cho listen on, below!



Strange Planes release new EP “Night Terrors”


UK indie-punks Strange Planes (ex-The Misnomer) have released a new EP. “Night Terrors” is a five song affair, released on Umlaut Records.

You can listen to the EP now via the band’s Spotify.



Music Video: Launch Control – “My name is Santa, and I’m a punk rocker”

UK punks Launch Control have released a video for a new single called “My name is Santa, and I’m a punk rocker.”

You can check it out below.

Launch Control last released the EP We Hide Behind Redacted Lines on October 30th via Umlaut Records.



Full EP Stream: Launch Control – “Behind Redacted Lines”

UK punks Launch Control have just released their newest EP entitled “We Hide Behind Redacted Lines” and has made the entire work available to stream.

Have a listen below.

“Behind Redacted Lines” came out October 30th on Umlaut Records and is the band’s first release since 2012′s “Cardiac Arrest” EP.



Launch Control premieres new video for “The Perfect Murder”

UK punks Launch Control have released a video for their track “The Perfect Murder.” The new song will be included on their forthcoming EP “Behind Redacted Lines”, set to be released October 30th on Umlaut Records. “Behind Redacted Lines” will be the band’s first release since 2012’s “Cardiac Arrest” EP.

Check out the video for “The Perfect Murder” below.



New Music: Launch Control – “The Perfect Murder”

UK punk rock band Launch Control has just premiered a new track off their forthcoming album.

The song is entitled “The Perfect Murder” and will appear on “Behind Redacted Lines”, which is set to be released October 30th through Umlaut Records.

Have a listen to “The Perfect Murder” below.



Music Video: Coral Springs – “Anxiety”

Dutch pop-punk act Coral Springs have released a new music video for their song “Anxiety.”

Check it out below.

“Anxiety” comes from the bands’ upcoming EP History/Anxiety, which is set to be released on July 9th via Umlaut Records.



Eat Defeat (pop-punk, UK) release video for ‘Shortcuts’

UK pop-punkers Eat Defeat have followed up last month’s release of ‘Time and Tide’ with a new video for EP track ‘Shortcuts’.

You can watch their latest offering below.



Coral Springs (female fronted pop-punk) premiere new single “History / Anxiety”

On July 9th Umlaut Records will be releasing a single containing two brand new songs from Dutch pop-punk act Coral Springs. Lucky for you, you don’t have to wait until then to give both tracks a listen. Check out “History” and “Anxiety” in all their catchy, female fronted, pop-punk glory below.

The single marks the band’s first new music since 2014’s “Find Happiness Here” EP. Pre-order “History/Anxiety” here.



Eat Defeat (melodic punk) stream new EP “Time & Tide”

UK melodic punk band Eat Defeat will be releasing their brand new  EP Time & Tide on June 11th through Umlaut Records and today we’re stoked to bring you a stream of the entire thing.

Eat Defeat are 4 guys from Leeds, UK, blending a shared love of pop music, fast skate punk and upbeat melodic punk to create high energy songs that will get stuck in your head for weeks. Formed in late 2010, the band has spent the past 5 years playing their brand of melodic punk up and down the UK and across mainland Europe.

See what the hype is all about by streaming “Time & Tide” below.



Lyric Video: Eat Defeat – “Don’t Look Back”

UK melodic punk/ska band Eat Defeat have released lyric video for their new song “Don’t Look Back”, which you can watch on their Facebook page.

“Don’t Look Back” appears on Eat Defeat’s upcoming EP Time & Tide, which is due for release on June 11th through Umlaut Records.



DS Exclusive: Stream new Mug / Maxwells Revenge split (FFO: Melodic Punk)

On April 9th London, UK melodic punks Müg and Scottish punk rockers Maxwells Dead will unleash a split EP through both the newly formed Rusty Rekords and Umlaut Records. The release contains 4 ripping tracks of melodic punk glory and we’re very pleased to stream the entire thing for you below.

Pick up a copy of the album here.