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Shai Hulud stream cover of Progandhi’s “Hate, Myth, Muscle, Etiquette”

New York hardcore act Shai Hulud are streaming a cover of Propgandhi’s “Hate, Myth, Muscle, Etiquette” and it’s pretty f’ing badass. See for yourself and stream it below.

The track will appear on a new album titled “Just Can’t Hate Enough x2″ which is slated to be released December 4th on No Sleep Records. Here’s what the band had to say about the release:

“Enter, for your enjoyment – whether in auditory delight or abject derision, our collaboration with No Sleep Records who proudly present (or so we hope) our new EP: Just Can’t Hate Enough X 2 – Plus Other Hate Songs.

Just Can’t Hate Enough X 2 bridges the gap between our 2013 album “Reach Beyond The Sun” and whatever the next one will be called. On full lengths we like to write varied songs and broaden our musical parameters; here, we just raged. Short, fast, pissed. More MDC than Opeth, though we love both and sound like neither.

Lyrically, as always, we try to isolate aspects of humanity we find regressive and counterproductive to mass wellbeing; analyzing bits of “profound hatred” we’re always spouting off about. The original songs this time around deal with valuing reason, and the negativity often reaped by those who champion uncomfortable truths; the unfortunate and seemingly inevitable hardening of human hearts; and the importance of communication, and how its avoidance breeds contempt.”

La Dispute will release new documentary, and announce tour dates

Michigan punks La Dispute are set to release a feature-length documentary called Tiny Dots on November 1st.  You can watch a teaser for the documentary here, and check out the screening events below.

La Dispute most recently released Rooms of the House on No Sleep Records in 2014.  They are heading out on tour in the U.S. and Brazil in November, and you can also find those dates below.

New Video: Drug Church – “Bagged”

Albany-based avant garde punks Drug Church have debuted a music video for the track “Bagged” today. Check it out here.

“Bagged” appears on Drug Church’s upcoming sophomore full-length album, “Hit Your Head,” which is slated for release on October 30th on CD/digital formats and December 18th on vinyl via No Sleep Records. The album is billed as “music for people on probation for crimes that aren’t even cool,” which is now my new favorite press-release quote.

“Hit Your Head,” serves as the follow-up to the band’s debut full-length, “Paul Walker,” which was released back in 2013.


No Sleep Records streams WSTR’s “SKRWD”

WSTR, a pop-punk band from Liverpool, has signed to No Sleep Records for their new album, SKRWD, which came out today.  You can stream the whole thing below.

If you like what you hear, you can order the album here.

Drug Church announce new album, “Hit Your Head,” stream new track “Green Like Me”

Albany-based avant garde punks Drug Church have unveiled plans for their sophomore full-length album. It’s called “Hit Your Head,” and it’s slated for release on October 30th on CD/digital formats and December 18th on vinyl via No Sleep Records. The album is billed as “music for people on probation for crimes that aren’t even cool,” which is now my new favorite press-release quote.

To get you stoked on what’s to come, Drug Church are streaming the brand new track “Green Like Me” right here.

Stay tuned for pre-order options for “Hit Your Head,” which serves as the follow-up to the band’s debut full-length, “Paul Walker,” which was released back in 2013.

Run Forever plan self-titled full length, stream new track “Separate Bedrooms”

Pittsburgh-based indie-rock band Run Forever have announced the long-awaited, comma-free self-titled follow up to their 2012 debut, “Settling.”

The eponymous album is due out October 9th via No Sleep Records. Vinyl, digital and CD pre-orders are available here right now.

To whet your appetite, the band have debuted the brand new (is that redundant?) track “Separate Bedrooms.” Check it out here.

Run Forever were still known as Run, Forever when they released their stellar album, “Settling,” back in 2012 on Tiny Engines.

Rocky Votolato premieres music video for title track of newest album “Hospital Handshakes”

Seattle-based singer/songwriter Rocky Votolato has just released a new music video for the title track of his newest album “Hospital Handshakes”.

Have a look at the stop-animation music video below.

Here’s what Rocky had to say about the making of this music video,

I’ve always wanted to make a stop animation video and this was such a fun process of experimentation and creative collaboration…Sloane Alexandra White is an incredibly talented young director from Portland and a creative force of ideas and inspiration. I was drawn to her work with shadow puppets and think she did a great job of capturing a creepy haunted darkness to visually accompany the themes and vibe of the song.

You can also have a look at a little photo gallery/show review that esteemed colleague Jason Stone recently did of Votolato’s performance in Allston, Massachusetts here.

Rocky is currently on an extensive US tour with Dave Hause, dates and locations of which can be seen below.

“Hospital Handshakes” is Votolato’s eighth studio album and was released this past April through No Sleep Records.

Shai Hulud sign to No Sleep Records, announce new album “Sincerely Hated”

New York’s Shai Hulud have signed to No Sleep Records with plans to release a new album titled Sincerely Hated later this year.

You can listen to a new track titled “Colder Than the Cold World” and find details on the band’s current North American tour below.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on Sincerely Hated come to light. The album will be Shai Hulud’s first in 2 years, serving as a follow-up to 2013′s Reach Beyond the Sun.

La Dispute announce new tour with Envy & Pity Sex

Michigan-based punk outfit La Dispute has just released details for their fall tour, which will take them through the mid-west and the west coast, before leading them through Brazil. The band will be joined for half of the tour by the Japanese rock group, Envy, and for two of their shows by the group Pity Sex.

La Dispute’s last album, “Rooms Of The House” was released back in March, 2014, via No Sleep Records, and received high-praise from numerous outlets (even if our own writeofpassage wasn’t as totally ecstatic). Tickets for their shows can be bought here.

You can find the tour dates below.

Ghost Key stream new EP “The Things I Am Not”

Illinois based melodic hardcore act Ghost Key are streaming their new EP The Things I Am Not.

Give it a listen below.

The Things I Am Not was released today, June 30th, through No Sleep Records.

Full Album Stream: Lee Ellis (Lee Corey Oswald) – “Me And This Army”

Today marks the release of Lee Corey Oswald guitarist/vocalist Lee Ellis’ debut solo album “Me and This Army” through No Sleep Records.

The entire album is being made available to stream, which can be heard below.

Ellis’ fulltime band Lee Corey Oswald will be on Warped Tour all summer.

Koji streams new EP

Indie singer-songwriter Koji is streaming his brand new EP, Fury in full. You can give it a listen here.

Fury will be released released on June 16, 2015 via No Sleep Records. It is the follow up to his debut full-length album, Crooked In My Mind, which was released in April 2013 through Run For Cover Records.

No Sleep Records streaming new compilation “Summer of The Reaper”

The other day we reported on No Sleep Records‘ upcoming summer sampler compilation entitled “Summer of The Reaper”.

Today, the label has made the entire comp available to stream which you can check out below.

The 23 track comp features artists such as Grey Gordon, Moose Blood, Lee Corey Oswald, Somos, Rocky Votolato, Ghost Key, Waster, and more.

Additionally, the No Sleep will be giving away a pair of tickets to this summer’s Warped Tour to a randomly chosen winner.

No Sleep Records announces ‘Summer of the Reaper’ compilation

To celebrate the coming summer season, No Sleep Records is gearing up to release their summer sampler compilation. Titled Summer of the Reaper, the sampler will 23 tracks from the label’s roster and will include artists such as Grey GordonMoose BloodLee Corey OswaldSomos, Rocky Votolato, Ghost Key, Waster, and more. The label has made one of the tracks, a new song by Foreign Tongues titled “Fools of Love”, available to stream.

Additionally, the label will be giving away a pair of tickets to this summer’s Warped Tour to a randomly chosen winner. You can enter your chance to win and stream the new Foreign Tongues song here.

Summer of the Reaper will be available to download for free on June 9, 2015.

Waster (U.K. pop-punk) to release debut EP “Skrwd” on No Sleep Records, release music video

English pop-punk act, Waster, have released the music video for their new song “Graveyard Shift.”

You can watch it below.

“Graveyard Shift” taken from Waster’s forthcoming EP “Skrwd” out September 4th, 2015 through No Sleep Records. You can pre-order the EP here.