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3 hot punk chicks wreak havoc on city streets in new Man Overboard music video for “She’s In Pictures”

You don’t even have to appreciate pop-punk music to enjoy the latest music video from New Jersey pop-punk act Man Overboard. Watching 3 hot punk rock chicks kicking ass and generally wreaking havoc in a city street setting is pretty entertaining no matter what type of music its set to. Check out the official music video for “She’s In Pictures” below, you won’t be disappointed.

The tune appears in Man Overboard’s brand new album Heavy Love released yesterday through Rise Records.

Knuckle Puck stream new song “True Contrite”

Chicago pop-punk act Knuckle Puck are streaming a new song off their upcoming album Copacetic.

The song is called “True Contrite,” and you can give it a listen here.

Copacetic is set to be released on July 31st through Rise Records. Head over here to get your pre-orders in.

Silverstein plays “Desert Nights” acoustic (video)

Canadian post-hardcore act Silverstein recently sat down for an acoustic session with Exclaim TV!, and you can check out their rendition of “Desert Nights” below.

You can find the studio version of “Desert Nights” on the band’s most recently released album, I Am Alive in Everything I Touch, which was released this past May on Rise Records.

Man Overboard stream new album “Heavy Love” in its entirety

New Jersey pop-punk act Man Overboard have made their new album Heavy Love available for streaming, and you can listen to the entire thing below.

Heavy Love is set to be released on June 30th through Rise Records. The album will be their fourth full-length release, serving as a follow-up to 2013′s Heart Attack.

Bouncing Souls begin writing new album, tease live album; Greg Attonito side project releases “Ninja Pajamas”

I took the liberty of combining a few Bouncing Souls stories for your Hump Day evening…you’re welcome!

First and foremost, the band recently announced (via Facebook) that they’re in the process of writing a new album! It’ll serve as a follow-up to 2012′s “Comet.” Second off, the band announced a home state show at the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville on July 17th, at which they’ll play “How I Spent My Summer Vacation” from front-to-back, in addition to debuting some of the new tracks their working on. Also, in fairly cryptic fashion, the band teased that the show is being recorded “just in time for the holidays.” What ever could that mean?!?

But saving the best for last…as you may or may not know, front man Greg Attonito has a side project called Play Date. If you were unaware, Play Date is a family-friendly kid-centric band. They’ve got a new album, “We All Shine,” coming out July 24th. The first single is called “Ninja Pajamas.” To mark the occasion, the band have unveiled some special merch just for your kiddos. You guessed it…it’s Ninja Pajamas! Go here for more information on how to order your kid some Ninja Pajamas, and stream the song itself below!

7 Seconds announce US tour dates with Bishops Green and Success

Hardcore punk legends 7 Seconds have announced a few weeks worth of tour dates that’ll find them playing select US cities this coming August. They’ll be joined on the road by Vancouver punks Bishops Green and Seattle punks Success. Check out the full rundown below.

7 Seconds’ latest album, Leave a Light On, was released last May on Rise Records.

Knuckle Puck release music video for new song “Disdain”

Chicago pop-punk act Knuckle Puck have released a music video for a new track titled “Disdain,” and you can check it out below.

The band’s upcoming album Copacetic is set to be released on July 31st through Rise Records. Head over here to get your pre-orders in.

VIDEO: Crown the Empire release Full Circle Tour #4: Acoustic Session

Texas hardcore act Crown The Empire are out on tour, and if that didn’t keep them busy enough, they’ve also put out a series of videos of their time on the road.  In the latest edition below, the band plays some casual acoustic songs backstage before one of their shows.

Crown the Empire most recently released The Resistance:  Rise of the Runaways, which came out last July on Rise Records.

Miss May I announce ‘Deathless’ LP; stream new single

Miss May I will release their new record, Deathless on August 7, 2015 via Rise Records, and you can get an idea of what to expect by checking out their new single, “I.H.E.,” below.

Deathless will be the follow up to Miss May I’s 2014 album, Rise of the Lion, also on Rise Records. You can pre-order Deathless right here

The Devil Wears Prada announces new EP, streams new song

Dayton, Ohio screamo band The Devil Wears Prada have announced a new EP titled Space. The EP will be released on August 21, 2015 through Rise Records. You can get your first taste of the EP through its first single, “Supernova,” below.

The Devil Wears Prada’s last release, 8:18, came out in 2013 on Roadrunner Records.

Man Overboard stream new song “Reality Check”

New Jersey pop-punk group Man Overboard are streaming their new single “Reality Check.” You can check it out below.

“Reality Check” will appear on the band’s upcoming album, Heavy Love, which is due out June 30, 2015 on Rise Records. Physical pre-orders are available right here.

Man Overboard to launch skate team with Salemtown Board Company

New Jersey pop-punk band Man Overboard are teaming up with Nashville based Salemtown Board Company to launch a collaborative skate team. The goal of this collective will be to provide exposure and professional opportunities to up and coming skaters of all kinds and skill levels. Selected skaters will receive skateboard decks, Man Overboard merch, tickets to shows, music, and an appearance in a music video for one of the songs off of the bands upcoming album Heavy Love. Here’s what guitarist Wayne Wildrick had to say on the project:

Growing up skateboarding was a major influence on us. It opened our world to new places, new ways of thinking, new music, and new cultures. It influenced us to look at the streets and the world in a more creative way. It is safe to say we would not be the people we are if we had never stepped foot on a skateboard. With that being said we are very excited to announce that we will be working along side Salem Town Skate company to help promote skateboarding trying to find new ways of collaborating and bringing awareness to it. Keep your eyes peeled for some special updates coming in the next few weeks!

Will Anderson of Salemtown Board Company also commented on this collaboration:

We are excited to partner with Rise Records and Man Overboard on this endevour. As Salemtown Board Co. we are first and foremost about people, so working on a project that highlights young skaters and gives them the opportunity to advance in their respective skating journeys is something we are enthusiastic about.

Anyone who is interested in signing up for a chance to be a part of this team can do so here, submissions are open through August 3rd, 2015.

Heavy Love is the band’s fourth full-length album, and their first since 2013′s Heart Attack. The new album is due out June 30th on Rise Records. You can preorder it right here.

Knuckle Puck announce new album “Copacetic”

Chicago pop-punk act Knuckle Puck have announced their debut full-length, which we now know is titled Copacetic, will be released on July 31st through Rise Records.

A new track and pre-orders for the record will go live on June 19th, but for now you can check out the album’s tracklist below.

Copacetic will be Knuckle Puck’s first release on Rise, serving as a follow-up to their 2014 EP While I Stay Secluded.

EP Review: Royal Psalms – “I Could Have Been Anything”

From the ashes of Daytrader and Crime In Stereo, something powerful’s been born. In terms of melodic-grunge, Royal Psalms feel like an effortless and driven attempt to lure in fans of bands like Brand New, Seahaven, Balance and Composure, Citizen, Sainthood Reps and what used to be Daylight. It’s chock-full of that ’90s melodic rock vibe that drew you to these bands in the first place and is definitely a big starting point for a band that’s nothing short of promising.

Tracks like “Until It’s Me” and “Stagnant Water” have a radio-friendly air to them but are very much indie in terms of their feel. Polished but still with an outsider’s edge. The production’s pretty tight as you’d expect of a Rise Records band and it’s a great fit for Royal Psalms’ penchant to bang out catchy, pit-starting bangers. The great thing about I Could Have Been Anything is that it gives them a defined personality despite floating in so many sub-genres. They differentiate themselves well and I’d chalk that up to the heavily-emotive songwriting and guitar-driven character of the band.

“Anything” has a soothing punk sensibility to corral how neatly these guys meld various influences and in pretty quick fashion. This EP is a great intro and Royal Psalms couldn’t have announced themselves any better. Impressive guitar structures and a stark sense of purpose, made for DIY and mainstream lovers alike. One of the more pleasant surprises this year.

4/5 Stars

Music video: Emarosa – “But You Won’t Love A Ghost”

Kentucky post-hardcore band Emarosa have released the video for their song “But You Won’t Love A Ghost” off of their latest effort Versus.

You can check it out below.

Versus was released September 2014 via Rise Records.