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Get Married (Rock ‘N’ Roll) announce new album “Songs For The Sleepless,” stream new song

San Jose rockers Get Married have announced that they will be releasing their new album, Songs For The Sleepless, on August 17th via Asian Man Records.

To give you an idea of what to expect from the album, the band is streaming their new song “Living Room.”  You can give it a listen below.

Get Married last released Into The Cosmos in December 2016 via Wiretap Records.



The Murderburgers announced new EP, premiere new song “Turning 29 Was a Mistake”

Like all fine things from Scotland, The Murderburgers taste a bit peaty and burn just right on the way down.

They’ve announced a new EP, “Shitty People & Toothache,” to be released July 27th on Asian Man Records (preorder here) in the US and Brassneck in the UK (fancy UK preorders here).

In the meantime, you can check out the new powerpoint video for “Turning 29 Was a Mistake” at New Noise with Fraser Murderburger’s awful backstory for the song, or go straight to the video below.

The Murderburgers’ last full length was 2016’s “The 12 Habits of Highly Defective People.”

Make sure to drink in all that peaty Scottish goodness. Drink it real deep.

Yeeeeeeeaaaaaah.



Great Apes announce indefinite hiatus following two farewell shows

Bay area punks Great Apes are calling it quits and are going on an indefinite hiatus, effective August of 2018. The band is ending on nothing but good terms, but is due primarily to life getting in the way. The band has two final shows scheduled for August 24th and 25th with Sire Six. You can check out details for the two farewell shows below as well as a statement from guitarist and vocalist Brian Moss.

Great Apes’ last release ‘California Heart’ via Asian Man Records in 2016.



The Murderburgers release video (Live from The Rock Room) for “Stackers are Awesome”

The Murderburgers have just released their new video for “Stackers are Awesome,” on Live from The Rock Room in Westmont, Illinois.

The band’s latest album The 12 Habits of Highly Defective People came out in 2016 through Asian Man Records and Round Dog Records.

Check out the video below!



Smoking Popes announce west coast tour with Bad Cop/Bad Cop

Chicago pop-punk veterans the Smoking Popes have announced they will be touring the west coast with Bad Cop/Bad Cop this spring. The tour is in honor of their third album Destination Failure‘s 20th anniversary. Check out the dates below to see if there’s a show near you.

Smoking Popes last released the Simmer Down EP in 2016.



Chotto Ghetto (Progressive Hardcore) release music video for their song “Chautauqa”

Progressive Hardcore act, Chotto Ghetto have released a video for their song “Chautauqua”. Check it out below.

The song came off their most recent album, “Monstrosity” which came out in June of this year, via Asian Man Records 



Buck-O-Nine release new music video for “Don’t Be Afraid”

San Diego ska veterans Buck-O-Nine have released a new video for their song “Don’t Be Afraid”. The video features a lot of skulls and bones, and it comes off the Cleopatra Records Halloween Compilation.

You can check out the rad new video below.

The new song is the first new music from Buck-O-Nine since 2007’s Sustain. 



DS Photo Gallery: Smoking Popes, Chris Farren and The Bigger Empty, Cambridge, MA (10/21/17)

With all but a few rare exceptions, punk rock afternoon matinee shows have become a thing of the past in the metropolitan Boston area. This isn’t the time or place to really drill down to the core of that issue, but is both the time and place to point out than when they do happen, they can still be pretty magical. Due to a chain of scheduling miscues, last Saturday’s Smoking Popes headline show that was supposed to take place in the smaller, friendlier confines upstairs at Cambridge’s Middle East got bumped to the more cavernous space downstairs at the same venue…BUT Propagandhi was already booked to play the same space that night, so as a result, the Popes got bumped earlier. Like, way earlier. Like, “doors at noontime” earlier. The net result was a feel that had a bit of a throwback vibe for the slightly older-than-average crowd to revel in the ’90s pop punk goodness.

The Bigger Empty kicked off the show well before the early afternoon NFL games did the same. The five-piece hail from outside Chicago and are centered around frontman and songwriter Mike Felumlee, obviously pulling double-duty as drummer for the Popes. Together, the five-piece ripped through about a dozen up-tempo melodic rock tracks, most notably “Take My Heart With You,” which both appears on the band’s “Lakes & Oceans Volume 1 – Michigan” EP (La Escalera Records) and perhaps more recognizably as the introductory music to Felumlee’s Live From The Rock Room web series of live performances that he tapes from his basement. For what was basically a late morning show in their native time zone, Felumlee and keyboardist Amanda Moudry’s harmonies were tight, and the poppy energy provided by bassist Ruben Baird and new drummer Steve Lopez (who flew in from Texas and had no rehearsal time with the band) pushed the gas pedal beyond where it tops out on album format. Smoking Popes guitarist Eli Caterer filled in on guitar as well with very limited rehearsal time himself, so for a band that was hypothetically working through the kinks in real time on stage, there really weren’t very many kinks to work out. We know Mike keeps himself busy, but it’d be great to see The Bigger Empty on the touring circuit regularly!

Chris Farren served as main support, and played another perfect set. We last caught Farren a couple years ago when he was on the road with Dave Hause and Rocky Votolato, and to say that the Chris Farren live show has progressed in that amount of time is to completely understate the issue; his 2017 self is virtually a different species altogether. I’ve struggled with combining the right collection of words to encapsulate what it means to witness Farren live; there’s glitter and lights and lasers and mirror balls and pre-recorded samples and guitar loops and a gold microphone. I guess it’s like if a unicorn were playing pop-infused guitar rock on a rainbow. As an artist, it’s both inspiring and a little nerve-wracking to watch, but he had the still-filling-up crowd actually draw closer to the stage, many of them singing along at full volume.

Which brings us to the Popes. By the time the pop-punk icons took the stage, the crowd had filled out respectably. The brothers’ Caterer might not bring their show to the northeast all too often in later years, but when they to, they most definitely still bring it. Within the scene, Smoking Popes have long been considered in influential, important band, but I always got the sense that they just missed blowing up wider, for a variety of reasons most of which we won’t go into now, but one of which was that they were a pop punk band who was more than a pop punk band. “Need You Around” and “Rubella” and “Let’s Hear It For Love” had that midwestern punk rock vibe that made them at home among the likes of Alkaline Trio or Screeching Weasel but would just as easily have been at home on the alternative rock radio waves at the time. The music now sounds just as earnest and important as it did nearly a quarter-century ago. And so it was with eager anticipation that not only did the band announce they were working on new material AND hoped to have something out within the year BUT that they were also going to play one of those new tracks. It’s a song that serves as sociopolitical commentary that is, according to frontman Josh Caterer, based loosely on Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax and let the record show that this song seriously needs to see the light of day very, very, very soon. That one of the newer tracks in an afternoon of tight, high-energy pop punk sounds might have been the tightest and most inspiring of the occasion was an unexpected positive sign that we’re going to be following the sound for a lot longer.

Head below for our full photo gallery. (And seriously…there’s something to be said for getting home from a punk rock show at four in the afternoon. Let’s do this more often, yeah Boston?)



Chotto Ghetto release music video for “Internet Eye”

Los Angeles progressive hardcore band Chotto Ghetto have released a music video for the track “Internet Eye”. Watch it below.

The song is taken off their latest release “Monstrosity” which came out earlier this year on Asian Man Records.



Cleopatra Records releases Halloween comp (new songs by Buck-O-Nine, Implants & more)

Cleopatra Records just released a new compilation titled Punk Rock Halloween – Loud, Fast & Scary. It features 27 Halloween-themed songs from the likes of Buck-O-Nine, Implants, Guttermouth, Reel Big Fish, and many others.

You can give the comp a listen below, and buy it on bandcamp.



The Murderburgers release music video for “December Ruined Everything”

Scottish pop-punks The Murderburgers have released a music video for their song “December Ruined Everything”. Check it out below, alongside details on their shows at The Fest.

The band’s latest album The 12 Habits of Highly Defective People came out in 2016 through Asian Man Records and Round Dog Records.



Video: The Murderburgers perform three songs at Live! From The Rock Room

Scottish pop-punks The Murderburgers stopped off at Live! From The Rock Room whilst on their US tour and performed three songs, you can watch them below. The band played “Now That You’re Not #21” “Now That I’m Stuck at #27” and “The Waves”.

The band have two more shows to play in the US before heading to Europe for a number of performances. If you want to catch them before they leave here are the details:

25/10/17 – Big Pre-Fest in Little Ybor, FL, USA @ Crowbar
29/10/17 – THE FEST, Gainesville, FL, USA @ High Dive



New Music: Hard Girls debut “Camera” from upcoming album “Floating Now”

Another new track from the long-awaited forthcoming Hard Girls full-length, Floating Now, is up. The song is called “Camera,” and you can check it out below.

Floating Now is due out October 6th on Asian Man Records. It marks the first Hard Girls album since 2014’s A Thousand Surfaces. Pre-orders for Floating Now are available right here.



Big Nothing (pop punk) release video for ‘Glorea’

Philly pop punks Big Nothing have just released a video for their track, ‘Glorea’ off of their self titled release from earlier this summer via Asian Man Records.

Scope out the video below!



Video: Smoking Popes preform “I Know You Love Me” on Live From The Rock Room

Pop-punk legends the Smoking Popes have released a brand new, live performance video. It’s for the track “I Know You Love Me,” and they recorded it for Live From The Rock Room. They released it to celebrate their “Destination Failure” LP turning 20 years old! Check it out below.