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Look Mexico stream new track “You’re Lucky You Didn’t Lose An Arm” off upcoming album “Uniola”

Tallahassee rockers Look Mexico are streaming their new song “You’re Lucky You Didn’t Lose An Arm” off of their upcoming LP “Uniola” and you can listen to it here.

“Uniola” is due out June 24th through Tiny Engines. It will be the band’s first album in 5 years, serving as a follow-up to 2011′s “Real Americans Spear It”.



The Living End streaming new song “Keep On Running,” announce Australian shows

Seminal Australian punk band The Living End are streaming a new song called “Keep On Running” off their upcoming album “Shift”

You can listen to the song here.

The Living End will release their seventh studio album Shift on May 13. Shift will mark the band’s first album since 2011′s “The End Is Just The Beginning Repeating,” released via Dew Process Records. The have a few Australian shows line-up in support of the record.

 



The Living End debut new track, “Monkey”

It’s been quite a while since we first heard that legendary Australian punks The Living End had wrapped production on their still-forthcoming album. And while we’re not sure of any specific release information at this point, we’ve finally got a taste of what’s to come. The band recently debuted the brand-spankin’-new track “Monkey” for your listening enjoyment. Check it out here.

Stay tuned for more information on what will be The Living End’s seventh studio album. Their last one, “The End Is Just The Beginning Repeating,” was released back in 2011.



Stickup Kid streaming new EP “Debris”

San Jose pop punks Stickup Kid are streaming their new EP “Debris” in its entirety.

You can give it a listen below.

Their latest LP “Future Fires” was released on July 9, 2013 via Adeline Records.



Stickup Kid streaming title track off upcoming EP “Debris”

San Jose pop punks Stickup Kid are streaming the a new song called “Debris.” The single comes as the title track off an upcoming three-song EP, preceding another larger release to follow.

You can give it a listen below.

Their latest LP “Future Fires” was released on July 9, 2013 via Adeline Records.



The Living End are teasing something

Although The Living End never broke up or announced a hiatus, and just recently finished recording a new album, the legendary Australian punk act has been posting some photos from practice/recording with the caption “We’re back.” It’s not known whether this means that The Living End are still finishing or working on their new album or plan to tour in support of it.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on the situation come to light. The band has not released a full-length studio album since 2011′s The End Is Just the Beginning Repeating.



The Living End finish recording 7th studio full length

Awesome news for fans of seminal Australian punk band The Living End!

According to a recent post on frontman Chris Cheney’s instagram page, the band have wrapped up recording on what will be their seventh full-length studio album! The album was recorded with Paul “Woody” Annison, with whom they’e collaborated in the past. Stay tuned for more information on the album as it becomes available!

The as-yet-publicly-untitled album will mark the band’s first album since 2011’s “The End Is Just The Beginning Repeating,” released via Dew Process Records.



Bassist Heiko Schrepel (One Man Army) passes away

Bassist Heiko Schrepel, of the San Francisco punk act, One Man Army has passed away.

Our thoughts are with his family and friends.

One Man Army released their EP, “She’s An Alarm” on August 28th via Adeline Records.



The Living End in the studio?

The Living End posted a cryptic picture of their singer and guitarist Chris Cheney in the studio with the band apparently working on their long-awaited new album, with the following caption:

“The weary traveller on home turf. There’s nothing an ice cold tin won’t fix…”

We’ll keep you posted as more details on the new record come to light. The band has not released a full-length studio album since 2011’s The End Is Just the Beginning Repeating.



The Living End begin work on album number seven

Australian punk legends The Living End have just announced in addition to their recent headlining dates, that they are working on their seventh album. Not too many details have been announced, so we’ll be keeping you updated once they surface.

The Living End last released “The End Is Just The Beginning Repeating” in 2011 via Dew Process Records.



The Living End announce first headline shows in Australia in two years

Australian punk legends The Living End have announced their first headline shows in Australia since their Retrospective Tour in 2012, where they played all their albums in full. The dates and locations are below.

The Living End’s last studio album, The Ending Is Just the Beginning Repeating, was released in 2011 through Dew Process Records, but keep your fingers crossed for new music from the band.



The Restless Hearts (ex-Hear The Sirens) streaming debut EP “Heavy Eyes”

Oakland punk group The Restless Hearts are streaming their debut EP, Heavy Eyes in its entirety.

You can give it a listen below.

The EP is due out , on September 9th via Adeline Records. The Restless Hearts consists of Scott, Nick, Paulo, and Ben from punk group Hear the Sirens.



The Restless Hearts (rock) announce debut EP release date, stream new track “You Don’t Need Me”

Oakland rock group The Restless Hearts have just announced that they will be releasing their debut EP, Heavy Eyes, on September 9th via Adeline Records.

To launch the upcoming album, the band has released a track from the upcoming album. You can check out the song, “You Don’t Need Me”, below.

The Restless Hearts consists of Scott, Nick, Paulo, and Ben from punk group Hear the Sirens.



Stickup Kid & Seaway announce US co-headlining tour w/ Candy Hearts & Driver Friendly

California’s Stickup Kid and Canada’s Seaway will be hitting the road for a little ‘Merican co-headlining tour this summer with support from Candy Hearts and Driver Friendly.

Details on when and where they’ll be stopping can be found below.

Stickup Kid last released Future Fires in July, 2013 through Adeline Records and they’re currently recording new music. Seaway’s new record Hoser came out last October through Mutant League Records.



Stickup Kid demoing new music, post studio video

San Jose pop punks Stickup Kid are currently demoing new music and have posted a studio video.

You can watch it below.

“Future Fires” was released on July 9, 2013 via Adeline Records.