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Get The Shot (hardcore) stream new song “Blackened Sun”

Quebec hardcore act Get The Shot are streaming a new song off their upcoming album Infinite Punishment, which is set to be released on August 4th via New Damage Records.

You can listen to “Blackened Sun” below.

Get The Shot last released No Peace In Hell in May 2014 via Demons Run Amok Entertainment.



Mobina Galore streams new album, “Feeling Disconnected” and announces tour dates

Winnipeg, Canada’s punk/alternative duo Mobina Galore is streaming their new album, Feeling Disconnected, and you can check it out here.  The album is due out tomorrow on New Damage Records.

Mobina Galore is also leaving tomorrow for a 3-month tour culminating at Punk Rock Bowling in May.  You can find the tour dates below, including a good bunch supporting Against Me!.



Mobina Galore release video for “Spend My Day”

Winnipeg, Canada’s punk/alternative duo Mobina Galore has a new video out for the song “Spend My Day,” and you can watch it below.

The video release coincides with the release of their Singles & B-sides EP, which came out December 2nd on New Damage Records.   Mobina Galore will tour the UK and Europe starting this month with Against Me! and Milk Teeth.



Sparrows (Post Hardcore) Premiere Part Two Of Documentary “Making of: Let the Silence Stay Where it Was”

Toronto, Ontario’s Sparrows, released their sophomore album,  Let the Silence Stay Where it Was on October 14th through New Damage Records, now available in both physical and digital  format. In tandem with the album release, the boys are also putting together a few short ‘Making of’ documentary style videos, to show fans what went into the making of this ten track masterpiece. Episode Two (of four) is now up and this one focuses more on fellow Canadian emo rocker and producer Kenny Bridges of Moneen fame and the role he’s played in the band’s evolution through the years. You can catch up by watching the first episode before watching Episode Two below!



Sparrows announce new album, release music video for single

Toronto post-hardcore band Sparrows have announced they will be releasing a new album titled Let the Silence Stay Where it Was on October 14th through New Damage Records.

Check out the music video for the LP’s first single “Cave Eater” below.

Sparrows last released their Dragging Hell EP in 2015. This will be their first full-length album since 2013’s Cold Ground.



Free Music: New Damage Records’ 2016 summer sampler (Cancer Bats, Seaway, etc.)

The fine people at Toronto’s New Damage Records have released a summer sampler featuring songs by Cancer Bats, Seaway, Counterparts, Youth Decay and a bunch of other bands.

The compilation is free to download, and you can get your hands on it here.

If you wanna win some more free stuff (records, sneakers, headphones, etc.), the label’s also running a contest right now. Head over here for more info.



Music Video: Youth Decay – “Hysteria”

Vancouver punk act Youth Decay (ft. members of Comeback KidLiving With LionsDaggermouth, and more) have premiered a music video for their song “Hysteria”. You can check it out below.

“Hysteria” is taken from Youth Decay’s latest album The Party’s Over, which was released last November on New Damage Records.



Youth Decay streams new album, “The Party’s Over”

You may have already read our review of Youth Decay‘s debut album, The Party’s Over, and now you have a chance to stream the album in its entirety right here.

The album is due out next Friday, November 6th, on New Damage Records.



Album Review: Youth Decay – “The Party’s Over”

Youth Decay is a newly formed punk rock band from Canada, consisting of Stu Ross (Comeback Kid, ex-Living With Lions, ex-Misery Signals and Lowtalker), Benjamin Gibbs (The Grave Life), Dana Edwards (Carpenter), Loren Legare (Living With Lions) and Stu Mckillop (ex-Daggermouth, Aspirations). If you love bands like Brutal Youth and After The Fall, then this brand of melodic, aggressive punk is perfect for kicking your teeth in. There’s a raw barrage of emotion that feels like crawling out a tunnel and basking in the sun for the first time in months.

Rasping guitars and driving percussion form the basis of how Youth Decay take throaty vocals and harshly drape them on a mix of melodic punk and hardcore. “Landslide” and “Balance” are perfect examples of this. Dynamic and singalong anthems surely meant to start pit-fires, which comes as no surprise given the experience of each member in the punk community. It’s awesome how poppy they make the songs too, despite the fury of almost all tracks on tap. “Hysteria” is another example of this as the record opens with a 1-2-3 punch that’s to die for.

Then there’s the more hardcore punk aspect of things in “Slow Clap” and”Put It Off” to highlight just how versatile the band is and how much they can pull from the individual essence of each member. “Living In My Head” is a slower burn (like a more punk Restorations) to keep flipping the script on one of the most relentless listens this year. The collection of songs here never lets up and each jam feels so fleshed out and well-drawn as the title track scrapes at you with a PUP/Gaslight Anthem flavor. This is one of the most diverse and hard-hitting records I’ve heard in years. A contender for record of the year. Perfection. There’s so much to take in and it’s worth it.

5 / 5 Stars



Sparrows stream new EP “Dragging Hell”

Toronto based post-hardcore outfit Sparrows are now streaming their upcoming EP Dragging Hell ahead of its August 28th release date. Vocalist and guitarist Dan Thompson had the following to say:

“I’d be lying to say I wasn’t nervous to finally have people’s ears on Dragging Hell, but I’m also really excited to see how these new songs hit people; it’s almost like being able to rid myself of the demons that were a part of making this record, and move on to the excitement of playing them live.”

They have partnered with Substream Magazine for this stream and you can check it out here.

Dragging Hell will be released officially on August 28th through New Damage Records. It will serve as a follow-up to the band’s 2013 release Cold Ground.



Hounds release music video for “Syncope”

Toronto hardcore punk act Hounds have released a music video for their single “Syncope” which you can watch here.

“Syncope” comes off of Hounds’ debut EP, Wild Eyes, which was released on April 21, 2015 through New Damage Records.



Full EP Stream: Hounds (Toronto hardcore punk) – “Wild Eyes”

Hardcore punk band Hounds, a new band made up of Mike Rokos (Dig It Up), Patrick Mathers (Hostage Life), Brad Bentley (Rad Affair) and Paul Ramirez (The Flatliners), are streaming their upcoming EP, “Wild Eyes.” Check it out here.

“Wild Eyes” is due out on Hounds’ new label home, New Damage Records.

The band recorded “Wild Eyes” with Cancer Bats guitarist Scott ‘Scoeb’ Middleton.



Hounds (hardcore punk) sign with New Damage Records for upcoming release

Toronto hardcore punk act Hounds will release their upcoming EP, Wild Eyes, will be released through New Damage Records.  The EP is scheduled for release on April 21st.

The 6-track EP will be produced by  Cancer Bats‘ guitarist Scott ‘Scoeb’ Middleton.  You can check out the track listing below.



Cancer Bats announce Canadian tour dates

Toronto hardcore group Cancer Bats have announced Canadian tour dates.

You can check them out below.

The band’s last album Searching For Zero was released March 10th release in the US, via New Damage Records.



Video: Cancer Bats talk new album, video games, and bottles of urine with fans

Canadian hardcore group Cancer Bats are show that they are a lot more easygoing than their music might make them out to be in the latest instalment of Exclaim! TV’s Chatroom. The three members field a number of fan questions (including a few from fellow Canadian hard-rocker Danko Jones). Topics of discussion include the ups and downs of making a new album, vintage video game consoles, and a harrowing tale involving a bottle of urine.

Check it out below.

The band’s last album Searching For Zero was released March 10th release in the US, via New Damage Records.