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Gnarwolves releases video for new track ‘Straitjacket’

UK grit punks Gnarwolves have unveiled a brand new track. ‘Straitjacket’ is the second single taken from their up and coming album ‘Outsiders’, out May 5th via Big Scary Monsters.

‘Straitjacket’ comes with a beautiful new video which you can check out below.



Gnarwolves streaming new song – “Daydreamer”

UK skate punks Gnarwolves are now streaming a new track off their upcoming EP. Have yourself a listen of “Daydreamer” below.

The song is off the band’s new EP, Adolescence, which is due out November 13th on Pure Noise Records. You can pre-order the new album on vinyl over here.

The EP will be the band’s first release since their self-titled album came out in 2014.



Gnarwolves release new song, “The Waiting Line”

Brit skate-punks Gnarwolves have a new EP called Adolescence scheduled for release on November 13th, but you can now hear a new song called “The Waiting Line,” below.

The band had this to say about the new material:

“With this record we’ve tried to create a record that flows from start to finish. We tend to get pretty influenced by the music we listen to in the van, so this record definitely has a DC hardcore vibe to it. It’s heavy, it’s short, and it’s probably the most agitated we’ve sounded on record. Thematically the songs are about having a crisis of faith with society. About trying to adjust to realities that are essentially sick. And being sad about girls. Basically, it’s a 9 minute ripper that’s going to be an awful lot of fun to play live. Oh, and track 3 will surprise you!”

The Adolescence EP will be the band’s first release since their self-titled album came out in 2014.



Gnarwolves to release tour DVD; share teaser trailer

English pop-punk heroes Gnarwolves have announced that they will be releasing a DVD called European Tour 2014 DVD, which will chronicle, you guessed it, their 2014 European Tour.

The band has released a short trailer for the DVD that is set to be released on September 25th.  Check it out below.

Gnarwolves released their self-titled album on September 23, 2014 through Pure Noise Records



Kids Insane stream new song “Just Ice”

Israeli hardcore punks Kids Insane are streaming a new track titled “Just Ice,” and you can give it a listen below.

The song is taken from the band’s new split with Italy’s Slander, which was released on May 11th through Tangled Talk Records.



Kids Insane (hardcore) stream new song “Dear Politics”

Israeli hardcore punks Kids Insane are streaming a new song called “Dear Politics” off their upcoming split with Italy’s Slander.

Give it a listen below.

The split is set to be released on May 11th via Tangled Talk Records.  The last release from Kids Insane was 2013′s Frustrated.



Gnarwolves streaming new song “Day Man”

UK punk band Gnarwolves are streaming a new song entitled “Day Man” off their self-titled full-length.

You can give it a listen below.

The album is set to be released on September 23rd through Pure Noise Records. Gnarwolves last released The Chronicles Of Gnarnia, a compilation of their three previous EPs, in February through Pure Noise (US), Ice Grills Records (Japan), and Banquet Records (Europe).



Gnarwolves announce headlining tour of the UK

UK punk band Gnarwolves have just announced their biggest headlining tour to date. Following their US tour supporting The Story So Far and The Wonder Years this fall, the band will be hitting the road in the UK and you can check out the dates and locations below. The tour will feature support from Prawn and select dates will also feature Public Domain.

Gnarwolves’ upcoming self-titled LP is set to be released September 23rd through Pure Noise Records. They last released “The Chronicles Of Gnarnia”, a compilation of their three previous EPs, in February through Pure Noise Records in the US, Ice Grills Records in Japan, and Banquet Records in Europe.



Gnarwolves releases new song “Boneyard” off upcoming self-titled LP

UK punk band Gnarwolves has just published a new song from their upcoming self-titled LP. The track is entitled “Boneyard” and you can listen to it here.

The upcoming LP is set to be released September 23rd through Pure Noise Records. Additionally, the band has also released a music video for a new track titled “Smoking Kills” which can be seen here.

Gnarwolves last released “The Chronicles Of Gnarnia”, a compilation of their three previous EPs, in February through Pure Noise Records in the US, Ice Grills Records in Japan, and Banquet Records in Europe.



Gnarwolves are one step closer to releasing a new album

The U.K.’s Gnarwolves announced last night that they have finished polishing up the new album and are set to start recording it next Wednesday.

The band most recently released their their compilation album, “The Chronicles of Gnarnia” on on February 24th through Pure Noise Records in the US, Ice Grills Records in Japan, and Banquet Records in Europe.



Tanged Talk Records releases free 40-track compilation

UK-based Tangled Talk Records has unleashed a new website, and to celebrate they also released a 40-song compilation called Ragged Friends.  The comp features bands such as Gnarwolves, The Story So Far,  Svalbard, and Goodtime Boys.

You can click here to download the comp for free.



Gnarwolves offer free download of new album “Live in Glasgow”

U.K. punks Gnarwolves have released a 14-track live album “Live in Glasgow” that you can stream/download for free below.

The band has spent most of December touring their native U.K., and they released their last album “Funemployed” on Tangled Talk Records last June.



Cats? Aye! Records offers 2013 sampler for free download

Cats? Aye! Records have compiled a sampler featuring acts such as GnarwolvesYoung Attenborough, and No Brass.

You can snag it here.



Gnarwolves announce UK headlining dates

UK punk band Gnarwolves have just announced dates for their upcoming UK headlining tour. Check the short but sweet run of dates here.

Gnarwolves last released Funemployed June 17, 2013 on Tangled Talk Records.

 


Album Review: Svalbard- “Flightless Birds”

Bristol’s Svalbard plays crust punk with a post rock twist– similar in spirit to Deafheaven’s black metal/ post rock sound and Tragedy’s melodic take on crust. The result is something beautiful and surprisingly accessible, but nonetheless unrelenting. Flightless Birds is only two songs long, but it does exactly what a two song release should do: make you wish there was more.

“Flightless Birds” opens the EP, managing a tightrope walk between outright aggression and ethereal beauty. The song is filled with melody, an excellent counterpoint to the vocalists’ throat shredding screams. Half way through, Svalbard dials the hardcore back and lets the dreamy soundscape of their post rock influences shine through. It’s a balancing act that they execute perfectly. Upon hearing the concept of their sound in words, I was worried it would come off as a far cry from the aggressive anti-pop that is crust. Thankfully, Svalbard combine the melodic and ethereal sounds of post-rock cohesively, creating a sound that is as confrontational as it is beautiful.

There’s a desperate quality inherent in “For What It’s Worth.” It bleeds feeling– reminiscent of the reckless outpours of Rites of Spring and Embrace. It also gives the listener a broader taste of Svalbard’s musical palette– featuring a taste of melodic vocals sung on the edge of hoarseness. Throughout the song, the guitars spit, languish, and burn through memorable riffs, melodies, and lines of trilling notes. There’s a remarkable amount of diversity in fretwork, and for good reason; while the songs on Flightless Birds are by no means ten minute monsters, they are longer than the average punk song. It’s a more subtle detail, but this is where Svalbard impressed me the most. They are able to sustain a song’s duration with quality music better than most other bands that seek to travel past the four minute mark. The music they write warrants the time spent listening and never edges past the border of self-indulgence.

Flightless Birds is a quality EP and a clear indicator of more good to come from Svalbard. For those that are fans of punk at its most defiantly musical, this is a clear victory.

4/5 Stars