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By All Means (Southern CA punk) release two tracks ahead of new album

By All Means‘ next album, “Cultivated Rhetoric,” will be out on Friday, October 27th, on Felony Records. The record can be pre-ordered from their bandcamp page. You can check out “Stiletto Stares” and “The Everyday Condition” in the stream below.

If you’re a fan of the southern CA/EpiFat sound, you should definitely check these guys out.



Music Video: Emmer Effer – “Clayton Kershaw Jedi Master”

LA hardcore exports Emmer Effer have premiered a music video for their song “Clayton Kershaw Jedi Master”, which can be viewed below.

On the video, which was released to coincide with the start of the Dodgers’ return to the World Series stage after 29 years, guitarist Kevin Wells stated, “I wrote this song from the perspective of a baseball fan who is a child because, in many ways, I still feel like that little kid watching baseball when I watch games. I also made this one of our few songs without a variation of the word, “fuck,” because I don’t think Kershaw would like that if he were to hear the song. Go Dodgers!!!”

“Clayton Kershaw Jedi Master” appears on Emmer Effer’s recent album From the Bottom Down, which was released earlier this month on Felony Records.



Emmer Effer release album “From The Bottom Down”

LA hardcore exports Emmer Effer have released their debut album, “From the Bottom Down”, which came out October 6th on Felony Records. The band mark the release by playing the label’s 20th Anniversary celebration this Friday in El Segundo, CA

You can listen to the album below.



Emmer Effer streaming songs off their upcoming album

LA’s Emmer Effer is streaming four tracks from their upcoming album, “From the Bottom Down.” The LA hardcore band will be releasing the album on October 6th on Felony Records. If you’re in the mood for some hardcore, check out the stream below!



Double Negative (skate punk) stream new album “The Day the Dark Won”

UK skate punks Double Negative released their new album The Day the Dark Won today through Felony Records. You can check it out below and grab a copy on bandcamp.

The Day the Dark Won follows the band’s 2016 album When We’re Gone.



Emmer Effer release video for “What Was Your Name?”

Los Angeles based punk/hardcore act Emmer Effer have released a video for “What Was Your Name?”. The track is taken from the band’s upcoming album, “From The Bottom Down”, out through Felony Records on October 6th.

You can watch the video below.



Music Video: Emmer Effer – “Two Timer”

emmer efferLos Angeles based punk act Emmer Effer have released a music video for their track “Two Timer” from the band’s forthcoming album From the Bottom Down, which is scheduled to be released through Felony Records. on September 1st.

Emmer Effer bassist Adam Ruseling comments on the song:

As a band and where all four of us are in our lives, I feel like ‘Two-Timer,’ lyrically speaking, is a song we can all relate to. It’s dark, and in some ways, it’s sad, but most of all, it’s very real. Musically, I remember hearing it for the first time after we recorded on a rough mix that Ian Petersen gave us and thinking, ‘Holy shit, that’s us!’ As for the video, Steve Guerrero and Burning Rose Studios took that small vision and has created a video that speaks so appropriately to this song. Steve also did our …Of the People video last year and we can’t thank him enough.”

Check out the video below.

The band’s debut EP “The People Are The Answer,” was released in  2016 through Felony Records.



CHASER announce official comeback with album and shows in the works

I don’t know about you, but I could use some good news. Oh shit, I have some! SoCal’s CHASER has officially announced a comeback. Mike tells us that they’ll be writing a new album and playing shows very soon. He went on to say,

Fans can expect upcoming shows and new material, returning to our original style of playing fast and energetic melodic punk rock. Stay tuned and please share and spread the word!!”

If you’re not familiar with their work or need a refresher, head on over to their bandcamp page and check out their material. Nothing is more than five bucks. I’m such a swell gentleman that I’m gonna drop the stream for their pay-what-you-want “Garage Years: Unreleased and Out of Print Songs” below!



Double Negative (Skate-Punk) stream new single “Alien” from upcoming album “The Day The Dark Won”

UK skate-punk act Double Negative are streaming a new single from their upcoming album “The Day The Dark Won’. The track is called “Alien” and you can give it a listen below.

The album is almost complete and will be released on Felony Records.

The band’s last release was “When We’re Gone” back in August 2016.



Dearly Divided release lyric video for “Maybe”

California melodic punks Dearly Divided have released a new lyric video for their song “Maybe.”

You can check it out below.

“Maybe” comes from the bands’ upcoming album So Much For New Beginnings, which is set to be released next month via Felony Records and Morning Woods Records.



The Grim (punk) premiere music video for “Cop Killer”

Legendary Simi Valley punk bandThe Grim have released a video for the title track off their new 7” Cop Killer, out now on Felony Records. Check it out below, along with some of the band’s upcoming tour dates.

This is the band’s first new material since 1988’s “Face Of Betrayal”. The 7” features 2 new Grim songs, Cop Killer, Cop Killer pt II and a LA’s Wasted Youth Cover song I Hate Life. The video was shot in LA at 5 star bar, Los Globos and in an East LA backyard punk party by Felony Films Felony Ron and Tali Monster.”

You can buy the 7” online here.



Strike Twelve (pop-punk) release new video for “Joe’s Apartment”

Orange Country pop-punk act Strike Twelve have released a brand new video for their song “Joe’s Apartment.” You can view that video below.

The song was featured on the band’s most recent album “Down With The Ship” which was released through Felony Records. You can pick up a copy of that album here.



Felony Records release Punk Rock Bowling compilation (proceeds benefiting charity)

The fine people at Felony Records have released a Punk Rock Bowling compilation… with a twist. It features Felony bands covering 21 songs originally by bands on the PRB 2017 lineup. Some standout tracks include Hilltop Rats‘ hilarious take on “Wish Me Well” by the Bouncing Souls and Skipjack‘s cover of Ignite’s “Fear is Our Tradition”.

The comp will be given away for free at the festival, and it is available digitally on bandcamp. Proceeds from digital sales will be donated to Heal The Bay and The National Park Service.



Kid You Not (pop-punk) stream cover of Lifetime’s “Hey Catrine”

Florida pop-punks Kid You Not are currently streaming their cover of Lifetime’s “Hey Catrine.” You can listen to it below.

The song was originally featured on the Felony Records compilation “Felony Records Goes Bowling Vol 2”



Flag On Fire (melodic punk) stream new album “Practically the Best You’ve Ever Been”

Florida’s Flag On Fire are streaming their new album Practically the Best You’ve Ever Been. If you’re a fan of 90’s melodic punk staples like No Use For A Name and Ten Foot Pole, this is right up your alley.

Give the record a listen below, and visit Felony Records on Bandcamp to buy it digitally or on CD.

Practically the Best You’ve Ever Been is Flag On Fire’s first full-length album. It follows their 2015 EP Slack to the Future.