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Homeless Gospel Choir announce new album, “Misunderstood And Sweaty”

Well here’s a fun and weird little story. Derek Zanetti, who’s better known as the one-man show that is The Homeless Gospel Choir  has uncovered what he reports is a hard drive containing thousands of off little songs and snippets that he’s determined equate to about six hours of usable, listenable material. He’s going to release them in a series of limited cassette tape releases, and the first of them, called “Misunderstood and Sweaty,” is now available. You can pick up yours here, but they’re limited to 200, so maybe act fast?


Anti-Flag debut new music video for “Death Of A Nation”

Anti-Flag have just released a new music video for their song, “Death Of A Nation.” Watch the video below.

Also below, read a message from the band about why they chose this song as the first release off their upcoming album, Live Volume 1. The album is due out on January 20th. Pre-order your copy here (North America, Australia, Asia), or here (UK/EU).

Anti-Flag’s latest studio album, American Spring, was released in 2015 through Spinefarm Records.

Anti-Flag announce 2-volume Live LP

Anti-Flag are not slowing down at all this year! The band has announced that they will be releasing a double volume live LP in 2017. The release was recorded over the span of 3 nights in Los Angeles with the songs spanning the length of their career – oldies and new ones for everyone.

Live Vol. 1 is scheduled for release on January 20th (coincidentally, the date Trump is set to take office), with Live Vol. 2 coming later in the year. The band will also be touring extensively in support of the release

You can view the track listing for the first volume below.

North American LP pre-order is available from A-F Records here and UK / EU LP pre-order is available from Little Rocket Records here.

Anti-Flag’s latest album American Spring was released in 2015 through Spinefarm Records.

Anti-Flag announce limited edition “Live Vol. 1” LP, featuring bits of burnt American flag

Well here’s a story that’s sure to not piss anybody off…

Pittsburgh punk veterans Anti-Flag have announced plans for a very — and we mean VERY — limited edition vinyl pressing of their upcoming “Live Vol. 1” LP. They’ve teamed up with Wax Mage Records for a special red, white and blue pressing that has bits of burnt American flag pressed into the vinyl itself. Only ten of these albums exist, and they’re being auctioned off periodically to benefit charities that the band and label see fit. Here’s what A-F had to say:

In times of bigotry and injustice, the artist community has always stood on the side of marginalized people. With the election of Donald Trump bigotry and injustice now stand center stage. When Donald Trump, his inevitable cabinet of political and corporate Washington insiders, and the rest of the Alt-Right burn the constitution, we burn the American Flag.

While symbols and fabric feel no pain, people do.

The forth coming administration will hurt the poor and their inclusion of the Alt-Right will hurt the LGBTQ community.

100% of the proceeds from this auction will go to a LGBTQ advocacy center in Pittsburgh, PA and a homeless advocacy center in Northeast Ohio.

“No One Is Free When Others Are Oppressed.”
Check out the first two auction items right here, and stay tuned for more information.

Remainders streaming entire upcoming self-titled debut album

Pittsburgh punks Remainders are now streaming their upcoming self-titled debut album in its entirety.

You can give it a listen below.

The band’s self-titled LP releases on October 21st through A-F Records. Pre-orders are available here.

Remainders stream new song “Two Twenty Two” from upcoming self-titled LP

Pittsburgh punks Remainders are streaming a new song from their upcoming self-titled debut album.

Head over here to give “Two Twenty Two” a listen.

The band’s self-titled LP releases on October 21st through A-F Records. Pre-orders are available here.

Remainders announce debut album

Pittsburgh punks Remainders were recently signed to A-F Records, and will release their self-titled debut album on October 21st.

You can pre-order a copy of the album here, and view its track listing below.

Antillectual release music video for ‘I wrote this song’

Dutch skatepunkers Antillectual have released a video for a song from forthcoming album ‘Engage’ due for release later this month.

The track is somewhat poppier than we may be used to from Antillectual and the group had the following to say about their latest release:

 ‘I Wrote This Song is one of the most catchy songs on the album, sorry about the earworm!’

You can watch the video and view Antillectual’s busy tour schedule below.

Mace Ballard (pop-punk) streams new EP “Lanterns”

Pittsburgh pop-punk act Mace Ballard are streaming their upcoming EP Lanterns in its entirety below.

Lanterns was released on July 15, 2016 through A-F Records.

Mace Ballard (pop-punk) premieres music video for “Calibrations”

Pittsburgh pop-punk act Mace Ballard has premiered a music video for their new anthemic song “Calibrations” of their upcoming EP Lanterns.  Check it out below.

Lanterns will be released on July 15, 2016 through A-F Records. You can pre-order the EP here.

Antillectual streaming new track “Europe, This Is Your Final Countdown” off upcoming “Engage!” album

Dutch skate-punkers Antillectual have just premiered a new track entitled “Europe, This Is Your Final Countdown”, which you can check out below.

The new song will appear on the band’s upcoming record Engage!, which will be released on July 29th.

Additionally, you can watch a music video for the band’s track “Appetite for Construction”, which also appears on the new album.

Their last release was “Perspectives & Objectives” on A-F Records in 2013.

Mace Ballard (pop-punk) premieres “Aurora” off upcoming EP “Lanterns”

Listen up pop-punk fans, we’ve got a tasty treat for your eardrums in the form of a brand new track off Pittsburgh punk act Mace Ballard‘s upcoming EP Lanterns.  I implore you to give “Aurora” a listen below but don’t let the catchiness of the tune full you, this song deals with a very real and very dark piece of our recent history. A piece that is tragically repeating itself with alarming frequency.

Vocalist Chris Daley comments on the song’s subject matter:

“This song was started during the Aurora, Colorado theater shootings. Some of the imagery and lines are very literal from the new stories “part of the show” referencing how at first, theatergoers thought the shooting was just sound effects, for example. There are many more references. When we were about to finalize the structure of this song, then the Newtown shootings happened. I thought about rewriting it. But it turns out, everything still applied. The repetitive nature of the gun-fueled tragedies is a sad song on repeat, tolerated by many. It’s essentially a challenge to the listener to think/speak/act differently the next time something like this happens, until enough progress is made that there won’t be a next time. “

Lanterns will be released on July 15, 2016 through A-F Records. You can pre-order the EP here.

Mace Ballard stream new song “1701”

Pittsburgh pop-punk group Mace Ballard are streaming a new song “1701.”  The track comes off of the band’s upcoming EP, Lanterns and you can listen to it here.

Lanterns will be released on July 15, 2016 through A-F Records. You can pre-order the EP here.

Mace Ballard (pop punk) sign to A-F Records, announce EP – ‘Lanterns’

Pittsburgh pop-punk group Mace Ballard are signing on with their city-mates over at A-F Records. The band also announced their A-F debut, a six-track EP titled Lanterns. The release is produced by Chris Barker (Chris #2) of Anti-Flag, and it’s due out July 15th. You can see the album art below, along with the tracklisting. To preorder a copy, head over here.

If you want to get a taste of what you’re getting into before you buy it, listen to Mace Ballard’s previous album, The Next Time You See Sky, below.

A Lovely Crisis stream new album ‘Where Do You Stand?’

Pittsburgh punk rockers A Lovely Crisis are streaming their new album Where Do You Stand? and you can check it out below.

A Lovely Crisis will release Where Do You Stand? on June 3, 2016 via A-F Records.