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Hans Roofthooft (F.O.D.) and Matteo Caldari (7Years) stream split album

Hans Roofthoot of F.O.D. and Matteo Caldari of 7Years are streaming their new split album. You can give it a listen below, and buy it on bandcamp.

This split was released on October 2nd through Bearded PunkInconsapevoleMorning Wood and No Reason Records.



Doghouse (skate punk, Serbia) stream full-length “Never Cry Wolf”

Veterans of the Belgrade punk scene, Doghouse, are allowing fans to stream their entire album Never Cry Wolf. Heavy, fast, and chocked full of riffs, the release should excite fans of classic ’90s melodic punk – metallic edges and all.

Check out Never Cry Wolf below and grab a copy if you’re into it.



Honey (punk) streaming new single “Recovering In L.A.”

Italian punks Honey are streaming an awesome new single “Recovering In L.A.”.

You can give it listen below.

The new single is the first new release from the band since 2016’s “Blast”. The catchy new tune is a throwback to the 90’s pop punk explosion and without a doubt will have you hunting for your Yellowcard collection.



Sidewalk (NL) premieres new EP ‘Here and Now’

Dutch melodic punks Sidewalk have premiered their brand new EP. ‘Here and Now’ came out last week and is up for listening below.

If you live in central Europe, keep your eyes open. The boys might play your country soon.



69 Enfermos (Skate-Punk) stream new album “A Place To Call Home”

Columbian skate punk act 69 Enfermos are streaming their new album “A Place To Call Home” in full. If you’re a fan of 90’s skate-punk then give it a listen below.

The band will commence their first European tour later this month.

“A Place To Call Home” was released on July 17th via Morning Wood Records.



RunningLate stream new song “Trojan Horse”

Dutch skate punks RunningLate are streaming a new song called “Trojan Horse.”

You can check it out below.

“Trojan Horse” comes from the bands’ upcoming split with Hoist The Colours.  They last released Spectators in January 2015.



69 Enfermos (Brazilian skate punk) announce European tour

Brazil’s 69 Enfermos will be touring Europe this summer. The tour kicks off next Monday in Rome. After a few days in Italy, they’ll make their way through Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovenia, and Croatia. They’re promoting their newest album, “A Place to Call Home” on Morning Wood Records.

Check out the dates below!



Honey (pop punk, Italy) stream new track “Recovering in LA”

Italian pop punk three-piece Honey are allowing fans to stream their latest track for free. Entitled “Recovering in LA” it’s a super-feel-good offering that’s just perfect for the start of summer.

You can stream “Recovering in LA” below. Enjoy!



69 Enfermos stream title track from upcoming album “A Place to Call Home”

Brazilian skate punks 69 Enfermos are streaming the title track from their upcoming able A Place to Call Home. You can give the song a listen below.

A Place to Call Home is set to release on July 17th through Morning Wood Records. It follows the band’s 2015 album Beyond Borders.



The Siknotes (punk, UK) release video for “Drunk and Dischorderly” and announce European tour dates

UK session-core punks The Siknotes have released a video for their track “Drunk and Dischorderly”. The tune is from a forthcoming album, which is due for release via Morning Wood Records later this summer. The visuals have been directed by the band’s tour driver, Dave, and the track itself was recorded by King Awesome aka Cadefunk. 

Along with the video release, the band are embarking on a European tour this May and June, which will see them hit up nine cities. If you’re planning on getting out and watching The Siknotes on their “Getting Schwifty Tour”, or want to watch “Drunk and Dischorderly” ahead of the record’s full release, just take a look below.



Setbacks (ft. Aaron Goulding of Pridebowl) stream new album “Oceans Apart”

International skate-punk band Setbacks (ft. Pridebowl singer Aaron Goulding) just released their new album Oceans Apart. You can give the full 14-song record a listen below.

Oceans Apart came out today, April 7th through Morning Wood Records. It’s the band’s first full-length, and the follow-up to their 2015 EP The New Frontier. Head over here to buy the CD.



At Both Ends (ska(te) punk, CA) stream debut full-length “Wheel’s Out The Window”

At Both Ends are streaming their debut full-length record on Morning Wood Records. Wheel’s Out The Window finds its sound between skate punk and ska. Think buckets of melody, occasional shredding, big horns, and rapid drums – it’s definitely one for fans of Less Than Jake, and early Fat Wreck stuff.

You can listen to all of Wheels Out The Window below.



Tear Them Down (Sweden) releases video for “Take Me Back”

Swedish punks Tear Them Down have a fun new video out that pays homage to the punk bands that influenced them over the years.  Check out the video for “Take Me Back” below.

The song also appears on the band’s EP Abide, which was released last October by Morning Wood Records.



69 Enfermos (skate punk) stream new song “On My Own” from upcoming album

Brazilian skate punks 69 Enfermos have premiered a new single from their upcoming album A Place to Call Home. The song’s titled “On My Own,” and you can give it a listen below.

A Place to Call Home is set to release later this year through Morning Wood Records, serving as the follow-up to 2015’s Beyond Borders. It will be the band’s second English-language release.



69 Enfermos (skate punk) release new video for “Be Smart Don’t Play the Fool”

Brazil-based skate punk/melodic hardcore band 69 Enfermos has a new video out for their song “Be Smart Don’t Play The Fool,” and you can check it out below.

The song will appear on the band’s upcoming album, A Place to Call Home, which will be released in early 2017 by MorningWood Records.  69 Enfermos most recently released Beyond Borders in 2015.