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Down By Law stream new song “Undone”

Down By Law are streaming another song off their new album All In, which is due out August 3 on Kung Fu Records and Cleopatra Records.

This time it’s “Undone” (courtesy of Punknews.org) and you can now hear it below.

All In is Down By Law’s first full-length record since 2012’s Champions at Heart. Their most recent release is the 2013 EP Revolution Time.



Richie Ramone release new track on flexi disc

Richie Ramone has just released a new track with New Noise Magazine as a flexi disc single titled, “The Last Time” which talks of Ramone’s father who unfortunately passed in February. The track mourns his father but also celebrates his life, and reminsces of the memories and the bittersweet journey of life.

You can purchase it (and a few other tracks) for five dollars here.



#Goals release video for “Squishy Anthem”

Los Angeles punk supergroup #Goalswho feature ex-members of Bad Religion (Greg Hetson) and Circle Jerks (Lucky Lehrer, Earl Liberty), have released a video for “Squishy Anthem”, taken from the band’s debut EP, which was released last month.

You can watch the video below.



#Goals release video for “Dirge”

Los Angeles punk supergroup #Goalswho feature ex-members of Bad Religion (Greg Hetson) and Circle Jerks (Lucky Lehrer, Earl Liberty), have released a video for “Dirge”, taken from the band’s debut EP, which was released last month.

You can watch the video below.



#Goals (punk, ex members of Bad Religion, Circle Jerks) announce debut EP

Los Angeles punk supergroup #Goals have announced that they have officially signed on with the DC-Jam Records family and will be releasing their first EP in December. The band, which features ex-members of Bad Religion (Greg Hetson) and Circle Jerks (Lucky Lehrer, Earl Liberty), started as a fun project that turned in to a serious effort to showcase different styles of punk – from fast skate style to slower and heavier.

Originally called Squishy (credit to Hetson’s rescue basset hound), the band set out to record 5 original tracks under the new name of #Goals. On the topic of recording, Hetson says, “I tour regularly, but I put a little something extra in this one and I think people will love hearing it recorded and dig what we’re going to bring live. It’s going to be a good punch to the face!

We will keep you updated as details surrounding this release come to light.

 



Luicidal announce “Canadian Invasion 2017” tour

Luicidal ― a project featuring former members of Suicidal Tendencies ― have announced a Canadian tour, titled “Canadian Invasion 2017”, which will begin on the last day of this month. The dates and locations can be seen in the poster above.

Luicidal last released their self-titled debut album in 2014 on DC-Jam Records. Back in January 2015, the band announced that they were writing new material for their second album. We’ll keep you posted as more details on the new Luicidal record come to light.



T.S.O.L. sign to Rise Records, stream new song “I Wanted To See You” from upcoming album “The Trigger Complex”

So Cal punk legends T.S.O.L. have announced plans for their long-awaited 11th studio album. It’s called  “The Trigger Complex,” and it’ll mark not only their first release since 2009’s “Life, Liberty & The Pursuit of Free Downloads,” but their first-ever release on their new label home, Rise Records. Here’s iconic frontman Jack Grisham on the album, rather apropos of recent political events:

“It’s a great time to be making music; to have a voice that can be heard. I’m glad that things look bleak. Political turmoil breeds strength as well as strife. This record allows us to remind people that they aren’t alone. We’re here.”

“The Trigger Complex” will hit the streets on January 29th, but you can pre-order it right here. To whet your appetite, you can take a listen to the brand-new track “I Wanted To See You” below!



Down By Law working on new album?

Southern California punk veterans Down By Law were recently asked on Facebook if they have been working on the follow-up to 2012’s Champions at Heart (the band’s first studio album in 9 years) yet. The band did not reveal any information about a new album, but stated, “We hope to have an announcement of some new recordings, soon.”

We’ll keep you posted as more details on a new Down By Law album come to light. The band last released an EP Revolution Time in 2014, followed a year later by the split EP with End of Pipe Equators.



The Adicts announce North American tour

U.K. punk legends The Adicts have announced an upcoming tour of the U.S., Mexico, and Canada this June.  You can find all of the dates below.

The Adicts last released All the Young Droogs in 2012 through DC-Jam Records.



TSOL on tour with The Scandals

TSOL and The Scandals have just embarked on a tour that started yesterday. At least, The Scandals have; TSOL joins the tour tomorrow. You can check out all of the dates below.

TSOL’s last release was 2009’s “Life, Liberty and the Pursuit Of Free Downloads” and the Scandals’ last release was 2014’s “The Sound Of Your Stereo” which was recently put out on vinyl for the first time by Say-10 Records.



FREE Music: Onward, Etc.’s “Son of Neptune”

South Dakota acoustic-punk act Onward, etc is offering a free download of the song “Son of Neptune,” which is the good news.  The lousy news is that Rosco Wuestewald is taking some much-needed time off from touring, and essentially putting himself on a bit of a hiatus.  The prolifically touring musician has decided to take the summer off, but he reassures fans that the project is “far from over.”

You can read Rosco’s full statement, which appeared today on his Facebook page, below.



DS Photo Gallery: TSOL, Left Alone, The Croissants at Thee Parkside SF (1.16.16)

The past couple of weeks has been quite busy on the concert front, as bands are coming off the holidays rested and ready to hit the road. While I was unable to attend the first string of shows featuring Rancid, I made it up two weeks later with a little TSOL action. The band was headlining at the favorite local punk dive bar, Thee Parkside, and had Left Alone and The Croissants as crowd warm-up duty.

The Croissants is garage punk at its finest. The Sacramento-based trio plays a distorted, simple, melodic style of punk mixed with 90’s garage/indie, with a classic NorCal sound. The band is riding the heels of their latest 7-inch “We’re In The Basement”, and was a great warm-up to what was to come. Tracks like “Things Have Changed” and “Don’t Wanna Live” definitely got feet moving and hearts beating, ready for Left Alone.

I always enjoy seeing Left Alone because they mix several styles into one set. Punk, ska, a little blues and folk – the band spreads its love all over so everyone in attendance is sure to hear something they like. I became a fan of the band a whole decade ago with their release of “Dead American Radio”, and the band has solidified songs from that album as part of their most popular repertoire. Some of my favorites include “Done Wrong”, “City to City”, and of course (my favorite shirt as well) “I Hate Emo”. The band also sampled heavily off their latest album, “Harbor Area”, which came out last year through Hellcat and the band’s own Smelvis Records.

The air was ripe with sweat and beer, the room a cozy 95 degrees, and the crowd well lubricated as the SoCal legends TSOL took the stage. Quite the small stage for Jack & co. but they made do, at points sharing the space with exuberant fans. A TSOL set has become a little predictable (as the band hasn’t released much of any new material as of late), and you can bet you’ll hear a little “Love Story”, “Wasted”, “Property Is Theft”, and if you’re lucky, the fan favorite “Code Blue”. It’s incredible and a little hilarious that one of the band’s most popular song deals with the taboo subject of necrophilia – but hey, the crowd eats it up (and so do I (who can forget Punk-O-Rama II).

A great night was had – and you can view all the photos from the night’s sets below.

As always, big thanks to all the guys at Thee Parkside for a good time.



The Adicts announce Californian and South American tour dates

Legendary U.K. punks The Adicts have announced Californian and South American tour dates.

You can check out the tour dates and locations below.

The Adicts last released All the Young Droogs in 2012 through DC-Jam Records.



The Adicts announce European Tour dates

Legendary U.K. punks The Adicts have announced a run of European tour dates over the next few weeks that will be their last shows of the year.

Check out the full list of dates and locations below.

The Adicts last released All the Young Droogs in 2012 through DC-Jam Records.



Live Video: Luicidal performing at Hallow’s Eve Metal Fest

Luicidal – featuring former Suicidal Tendencies bassist Louiche Mayorga and and drummer R.J. Herrera – performed live at Hallow’s Eve Metal Fest in Gardena, California last Saturday, which was Halloween. You can watch the performance below.

Luicidal last released their self-titled debut album a year ago on DC-Jam Records. The band announced last January that they had begun writing new songs for what appears to be their next record.