Here's a new punk act for you to add to your radar. Splitfist hails from Milton, Ontario and the fivesome play a an aggressive brand of punk rock that calls to mind the vocals of The Flatliners' Chris Cresswell against a slightly more pop-punky backdrop. The group's debut 2 song EP "Knuckle Dragger" is catchy as hell and if its any indication of what's to come from these guys in the future I think we're going to be hearing a lot more of these guys. But don't take my word for it, stream their new EP here where you can also download it for free.
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This Week's Releases: 10/14/2014
Next Week's Releases: 10/21/2014
That’s all we’ve got right now, but we’ll be sure to keep you posted as more details on those releases come to light.
The band released their debut full-length Temple of Plenty in March through Tiny Engines. They will also be releasing a split 7-inch with Sorority Noise on November 4th via Bad Timing Records, in addition to touring the east coast and the the rest of the US this fall.Add to My Radar
There’s Nothing Wrong With Me will be released on November 4th through No Sleep Records and will be the follow up to 2012′s Hard Feelings. The album was produced by Will Yip and will be the band’s first album following the departure of singer Nick Track. You can stream several more songs and pre-order the new album here.Add to My Radar
The band has made the entire album available to stream, which you can check out here.
Old Lines is heading out on a huge US tour to promote the new work – dates and locations of which can be seen below.Add to My Radar
The song is featured on their upcoming album No Child Left Behind, which is set to be released October 14th.
On the track, vocalist Matt Taylor commented:
“Paint Them Gold” is about how large corporations manipulate people into accepting a quick buck or a short term fix while ignoring the big picture. Energy companies are buying up farmland all over the country to start fracking operations, and doing so by taking advantage of struggling families with empty promises of fixing their financial situation. Inevitably, Capitalism will always win and the farmers will lose more and more until they are left with nothing. This song is a plea for all of us to start considering the damage that will come from looking for an easy way out, and a battle cry to end the cooperation with those who would sooner destroy our earth than help anything that lives on it.
The band’s last release, their “If You See Something, Say Something” EP, was released last October via Reptilian Records.
The group is set to head out on tour shortly following the album’s release, so if you like what you hear, you can check out the dates and locations for that tour below.Add to My Radar
Kansas City rockers Maps For Travelers are offering their latest full-length Change Your Name up for free download, but only for a limited time. Give the album a listen below, and head over here to snag it in the digital format of your choice.Add to My Radar
Major League (pop-punk) stream new song “Kaleidoscopes” off upcoming album “There’s Nothing Wrong With Me”
It was announced back in July that Mixtapes would be going on an indefinite hiatus following their appearance at The Fest 13. Now they’ve announced 4 more shows they will be playing with Direct Hit!, Lipstick Homicide, and Elway on their way to Gainesville.
Details on all of the shows the band has coming up this fall can be found below. They seem to be unsure if they’re ever going to play again after this, so if you’re a Mixtapes fan and you wanna catch ‘em live one more time, now’s the time to do it.
Mixtapes released their second, and as of now, final, full-length album Ordinary Silence on June 25th, 2013 through No Sleep Records.Add to My Radar
Baseball-themed grindcore group Puig Destroyer (you’ll get it if you know baseball) are streaming a new track, called “Batflip.” You can check it out here, along with a somewhat enlightening interview.
Puig Destroyer features Riley Breckenridge from Thrice, Jon Howell and Ian Miller from Kowloon Walled City, and Mike Minnick from Curl Up And Die.Add to My Radar
Pop punk singer-songwriter Allison Weiss has just announced a handful of tour dates immediately before and after FEST. You can check out the dates and locations for those shows on the flyer above.
Her latest release was the EP Remember When which was launched in July via No Sleep Records.Add to My Radar