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Culture Abuse announce U.S. tour with Touche Amore and Tiny Moving Parts

SF punks Culture Abuse have announced U.S. tour dates with Los Angeles screamo/hardcore group Touché Amoré and Minnesota’s Tiny Moving Parts. You can check out the dates below.

The band’s debut album Peach was released on April 8th through 6131 Records. Head over here to listen to the LP.



NONA (pop-punk) returns from dead with surprise EP

PA’s NONA have come back to life with the surprise release of “Freaky If You Got This Far” yesterday through 6131 Records. The band also announced that they will be playing Double Decker/Square Of Opposition Festival tomorrow, July 15th in Allentown, PA. You can check the new EP below.

NONA’s last release was “Through The Head” in 2014.



Album Review: Culture Abuse – “Peach”

On the very first song “Chinatown,” California punk group Culture Abuse lay out their manifesto of sorts: “Gotta gotta gotta live the way you wanna.”  On their debut album, Peach, the band lives the way the want and makes music just exactly the way they want to.  The songs start with a fuzzy garage punk foundation, and then adds everything from catchy power-pop choruses, aggressive almost hardcore sections, and some keyboard and string arrangements for good measure.  And while there might be a lot of different parts going into this thing, the end result is a fun, cohesive, and catchy album.

Immediately after “Chinatown,” the band comes in with “Jealous,” which if you can make out the fuzzed-out vocals on your first listen, you will easily be singing along to it on your next listen.  This theme continues throughout the whole album.  For being a debut full length, the band already seems to have perfected their brand of swaggering garage punk.  The drums are at times all over the place, but consistently keep the tempo of the songs going.  The guitar buzzes along, mostly playing typical power chord arrangements, but always keeping the songs sounding fun.  And when the guitar goes off and plays something different, it grabs your attention.  The vocals are just as fuzzy as the guitar, which can be a little off-putting at first, but it’s easy to warm up to them, and eventually it feels as if the vocals are just another instrument adding to the overall feel of the songs.

Some of the songs don’t stand out as much as others.  Tracks like “Don’t Worry,” and “Turn It Off,” aren’t quite as catchy as the others, and they don’t have anything else interesting going on to really make an impression.  But then you get songs like “Yuckies” or the aforementioned “Jealous,” which are just catchy masterpieces to make up for it.

Peach is a fantastic debut for Culture Abuse.  It sounds like they already know their sound and aren’t afraid to play around with it.  As can be expected from a debut album, not every song is a winner, but the ones that are definitely make this an album worth checking out.

4/5 Stars



Hesitation Wounds stream debut album “Awake for Everything” in its entirety

Hesitation Wounds – a new project consisting of Jeremy Bolm (Touché Amoré), Jay Weinberg, (Slipknot, ex-Against Me!), Stephen LaCour (ex-Trap Them) and Neeraj Kane (The Hope Conspiracy) – are streaming their highly-anticipated upcoming debut album Awake for Everything in its entirety, and you can check it out below.

Awake for Everything will be released this Friday (May 27th) through 6131 Records. The band released a self-titled EP in 2013 via Deathwish Inc.



Culture abuse stream new song “The World”

California punks Culture Abuse are streaming a new song titled “The World,” which was featured on a flexi 7″ that came with this month’s edition of New Noise Magazine. Give it a listen below.

The band’s debut album Peach was released on April 8th through 6131 Records. Head over here to listen to the LP.



Culture Abuse stream new album “Peach” in its entirety

California punk group Culture Abuse are streaming their upcoming album Peach in its entirety, and you can listen to it below.

Peach is due for release this Friday (April 8th) through 6131 Records, and pre-orders are available here.



Oops: Rotting Out singer caught with 70lbs of weed in his van, facing felony trafficking charges

Remember the LA based punk band Rotting Out? They called it quits in March 2015 and it looks like the band’s singer Walter Delgado isn’t having much luck in his new career choice. On March 18th the singer was pulled over for a traffic violation when police allegedly discovered 70 pounds of marijuana, 1,000 hash oil jars and over 7 grand in cash in the back of his van. The street value of the drugs is approximately $350,000. Delgado is being charged with second degree felonies, possession and trafficking in marijuana, and possession of criminal tools. Ouch. Do you think Delgado was listening to this song when he got pulled over?

Rotting Out called it quits in March of 2015. The band’s third and final EP Reckoning was released on March 10th through Pure Noise Records.



Culture Abuse stream new track “Turn It Off” from upcoming album “Peach”

California punk group Culture Abuse have released another new track from their soon-to-be-released debut full length, “Peach.” The song is called “Turn It Off,” and you can check it out here.

“Peach” is due for release on April 8, 2016 through 6131 Records. Pre-orders are available here.



Culture Abuse stream new song “Peace on Earth” off upcoming album Peach”

California punk group Culture Abuse have released a stream of a new song titled “Peace On Earth”.

The track is taken from their upcoming debut album, “Peach”, and you can have a listen below.

Culture Abuse will release “Peach” on April 8, 2016 through 6131 Records.



Culture Abuse stream new song “Dream On” off upcoming album ‘Peach’

California punk group Culture Abuse have released a stream of a new song titled “Dream On.” The song is taken from their upcoming debut album, Peach, and you can hear it here.

Culture Abuse will release Peach on April 8, 2016 on 6131 Records.



Culture Abuse announce details of debut LP, stream first song – “Peace On Earth”

California punk group Culture Abuse have announced details of their debut album, which will be titled Peach. The album is due out April 8th on 6131 Records.  You can hear the first single from the album, “Peace On Earth” below.

Culture Abuse last released their 7″ Spray Paint The Dog in February 2015.



Teen Death announce tour of West Coast US

Richmond, Virginia’s Teen Death have announced a US West Coat tour for the month of February. You can check out the dates and locations below.

Teen Death released a single titled Drag / Dark Life in October 2015. You can download it for free on Bandcamp.



Go Deep release music video for “Palms”

NYC-based hardcore band Go Deep have released a music video for “Palms” a song off their album “Influence” released by 6131 Records digitally about a month ago.

You can check out the video below.



GO Deep premieres music video for “Palms” off new “Influence” album

New York hardcore band Go Deep have just premiered a new music video for their song “Palms”.

The track appears on the band’s latest album “Influence”, which was released November 6th through 6131 Records.

Have a listen below.



Go Deep stream new album “Influence”

New York hardcore band Go Deep have made their new album Influence available to stream in its entirety. You can give the record a listen below.

Influence releases on November 6th through 6131 Records, and the band will be touring the US in support of the release for the next month.