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Great Collapse stream new song “Meltdown!”

California punk supergroup Great Collapse are streaming another track off their upcoming album Neither Washington Nor Moscow… Again!. You can give “Meltdown!” a listen below.

For the uninitiated, Great Collapse is fronted by Strike Anywhere singer Thomas Barnett, and also features former members of bands such as Rise AgainstSet Your Goals, and Death By Stereo.

The band’s new album is due out on January 26th, 2018 through End Hits Records. They will be touring the UK in support of the release.



Great Collapse (Strike Anywhere, Rise Against, etc.) announce new LP, stream single

California punk supergroup Great Collapse will be releasing a new album on End Hits Records. The LP titled Neither Washington Nor Moscow… Again! is due out January 26th, 2018. Immediately following the release, the band will embark on a European tour.

Give the album’s first single “Southern Exorcism” a listen and check out the tour dates below.

For the uninitiated, Great Collapse is fronted by Strike Anywhere singer Thomas Barnett, and also features former members of bands such as Rise AgainstSet Your Goals, and Death By Stereo. Their debut album Holy War was released in 2015.



End Hits Records details Red Tape Parade tribute 7-inch / DVD

As you may remember, Red Tape Parade vocalist Wauz Kenobi passed away from cancer in 2013. As a tribute to Kenobi and his band, End Hits Records will  be releasing a Red Tape Parade 7″ / DVD bundle. The 7-inch will contain two tracks (“Leap Year of Faith” and “Song 21” (feat. Matthew Davies-Kreye), while the DVD will contain a full live Red Tape Parade show, as well as ton of bonus content ranging from interviews to music videos to Joey Cape and Brian Wahlstrom’s acoustic tribute to Kenobi.

The tribute bundle will be released on April 1st 2014, limited to 1000 copies, through End Hits Records. Pre-order information can be found here.

If you haven’t seen the official music video for “Anything else is Progress” covered by Joey Cape and Brian Wahlstrom, you can watch it below.