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New Video: Disaster Strikes Launches “The Fighting Path”

Boston hardcore act Disaster Strikes brings their political ire to the (small) screen with a new video for their latest track “The Fighting Path”.

The new single is just a small taste of what is to be expected on the band’s upcoming record “In The Age of Corporate Personhood”, to be released through Alternative Tentacles on July 28th; and in even better news, you can pre-order the album here, now!

In support of their new album, you can see Disaster Strikes on tour this summer along with fellow Boston hardcore friends Opposition Rising.

In the meantime, check out the new video for “The Fighting Path” and full tour dates below.

Culture Shock stream new album “Attention Span”, prepare for first ever US tour

UK Ska punks Culture Shock are excited to share their newest album Attention Span, as they prepare for their first ever US tour this July.

You can find the album and dates here. Attention Span was released via Alternative Tentacles June 15.

Free Music: Mischief Brew – “Folkadelphia Session”

Folkadelphia is giving you a free download of their session with Philly folk-punk group Mischief Brew. Listen and/or download below.

The six-song acoustic set was recorded at the WXPN Performance Studio on December 20, 2015. If you’re not familiar with Folkadelphia, it’s a folk music organization and radio show, obviously in Philadelphia. Find out more here.

Mischief Brew last released a compilation album Bacchanal ‘n’ Philadelphia in January through Square of Opposition Records.

Their latest studio album was This Is Not For Children, which came out in June of 2015 via Alternative Tentacles.

DS Exclusive: Feral Ohms stream cover of The Damned’s “I Fall”

Oakland’s heavy hitters Feral Ohms recently released their new 7-inch single “I Fall” / “Sweetbreads” through Alternative Tentacles Records. And in case you haven’t heard the tunes yet, we’re premiering a stream of the A-side, a cover of The Damned’s “I Fall” which you can listen to below.

“I Fall” b/t “Sweetbreads” can be purchased here.

Mischief Brew release music video for “Squatter Envy”

Mischief Brew have released the music video for their song  “Squatter Envy.”

You can check out the video below.

Mischief Brew released their last album “This Is Not For Children” via Alternative Tentacles last June.

Jello Biafra & The Guantanamo School of Medicine added to Punk Rock Bowling club show lineup

Just when you thought the lineup for Punk Rock Bowling was all set in stone, the organizers went and made a pretty cool addition. Jello Biafra & The Guantanamo School of Medicine have been added to the lineup of club shows, as they’ll be taking the stage at the Las Vegas Country Saloon on Thursday, May 26th. Check out the full club show rundown right here.

Leftöver Crack announce 2016 Australian tour

Leftöver Crack have announced that they will be embarking on an Australian tour this spring. Beginning March 26th in Brisbane, they will play 6 dates in Australia concluding the tour on April 2nd in Hobart. You can get all the information you need on the tour, including venue details and tickets here.

Leftover Crack last released Constructs of the State on November 27th via Fat Wreck Chords.

Leftover Crack announce 2015 Cracktoberfest tour dates

Anarcho-ska-punk band Leftover Crack have announced the dates and locations for their annual Cracktoberfest tour. Check out the full list below. The tour will feature support from Days N Daze and All Torn Up.

LC’s new album, Constructs Of The State, is set to be released on October 30th. It will serve as a follow up to 2014′s Fuck World Trade, which was released through Fat Wreck Chords.

Mischief Brew perform threes song for A Fistful of Vinyl Sessions

Erik Petersen, front man of Philadelphia folk-punk group Mischief Brew, recently stopped by A Fistful of Vinyl to play a few stripped down songs, including “O, Pennsyltucky!” and “Danger: Falling Pianos” from their latest album This Is Not For Children, and “Old Tyme Mem’ry” from their 2003 album Bellingham & Philadelphia .

Check out the videos below.

This Is Not For Children was released on June 22nd via Alternative Tentacles.

Mischief Brew streaming entire new album – ‘This Is Not For Children’

Philadelphia folk-punk group Mischief Brew are now streaming their new album in its entirety. Listen to This Is Not For Children below.

It’s the band’s first full-length album since releasing The Stone Operation in 2011. Their latest EP was 2014′s O, Pennsyltucky! You can order a copy of the band’s new album from Alternative Tentacles over here.

Check out Mischief Brew’s summer tour dates/locations here, and see our review of This Is Not For Children right here.

Jello Biafra (former Dead Kennedys frontman) streams live album

Former Dead Kennedys frontman Jello Biafra is streaming his new live album “Walk on Jindal’s Splinters”. The album is credited to Jello Biafra and the New Orleans Raunch and Soul All-Stars and finds the group covering a bunch of soul, blues and garage rock classics during a 2011 Mardi Gras show in New Orleans. You can hear the album below.

Album Review: Mischief Brew – “This Is Not For Children”

Philadelphia folk punks Mischief Brew have always had a certain undeniable swagger to their music.  Whether leader Erik Petersen is playing with just an acoustic guitar or with a full band, the rough and ready, yet catchy blue collar anthems consistently provide the soundtrack to a good time.  With their newest release, This Is Not For Children, the band builds on what they’ve always done so well while also changing things up just enough to keep things fresh and interesting.

All of the typical Mischief Brew flare is here in spades, and as always, it’s done well.  Songs like “Two Nickels” and “Squatter Envy” pull you in quick with the type of sing-a-long folk punk songs they have become known for, and you will be calling out for the tossing of bankers and landlords in no time.  “O, Pennsyltucky!” is a slower acoustic, then electric, anthem that reminds me of some of their earliest acoustic work, and “Danger: Falling Pianos,” brings out the gypsy and swing band feel they’ve played around with before.

But the band doesn’t just stick to what they know.  “Lancaster Avenue Blues” retains their gypsy folk feel while adding a sea shanty style violin that is one of the highlights of the whole album, especially in how it mixes with the flanging guitar.  “Bad Heart” kind of has a garage rock style to it, and is probably the biggest departure in their typical sound.   Even on tracks that feel like classic Mischief Brew songs, they still manage to inject something new, like the fuzzed out guitars in “No Candlesticks.”

There’s really not anything bad going on in this release, though long-time fans might feel like they’ve already heard the best the band has to offer and may not find this album as exciting.  But that shouldn’t deter anyone from picking up a copy, as it’s still a great and catchy album, with plenty to sing along too.  If you are new to the band, this album serves as a good introduction since it’s a great overall representation of the sound they are known for, and of where they may be headed in the future.

4.5 / 5 Stars

Citizen Fish release ‘Manmade’ EP

The UK’s Citizen Fish have released a brand new EP titled Manmade. You can give it a listen below.

Manmade will be released on June 1, 2015. It is Citizen Fish’s first new release since 2012′s Dancing on Spikes EP.

The World/Inferno Friendship Society announce European tour dates

Brooklyn circus punk troupe The World/Inferno Friendship Society have announces some European tour dates for this summer.

You can see the full list of dates and locations below.

The band’s latest album This Packed Funeral was released on November 11th, 2014 throughAlternative Tentacles.

Mischief Brew and Ramshackle Glory announce west coast tour dates

Folk Punk acts Mischief Brew and Ramshackle Glory have announced some west coast tour dates to take place this June.  You can see the full list of dates and locations below.

Mischief Brew is getting ready to release a brand new album called This Is Not For Children on May 23, 2015 through Alternative Tentacles Records. This is the band’s first full-length album since 2011′s The Stone Operation, but the  band have been regularly releasing new music since then, the last being an EP titled O, Pennsyltucky!, last year.  Ramshackle Glory last released Live The Dream in 2012 via Plan-It-X Records.