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Madball release video for “Rev Up”

New York hardcore legends Madball have released a music video for “Rev Up”, which can be viewed below.

“Rev Up” is taken from the band’s upcoming album For the Cause, which will comes out on June 15th via Nuclear Blast.



Broken Teeth share new video for “Riot of the Mind”

Manchester punks Broken Teeth have just shared a new video for their track, “Riot of the Mind” which comes off of the most recent LP “Peace Amongst Chaos” via Nuclear Blast.  The video features shots from Outbreak Fest 2017 and Shedfest 2018 by Dai Tan Films.

Check out the video below.



Agnostic Front in pre-production with new album

Agnostic Front frontman Roger Miret was asked in a recent interview with Heavy New York if the band has started work on the follow-up to 2015’s The American Dream Died. Transcribed by Blabbermouth.net, this is what he said:

“Absolutely. We started pre-production on a couple of new songs. They’re coming out pretty badass; I’m happy with them because a lot of stuff is happening in the Agnostic Front camp. I just released my book, ‘My Riot’, that’s been a big thing and I did a tour around it, which is awesome. Now we have that film, ‘The Godfathers Of Hardcore’, which is going to be another level. There’s a lot of positive, good stuff coming out, but not just Agnostic Front, but New York hardcore, but hardcore worldwide. All this stuff is positive for our message, people that follow us, it’s good for hardcore, period.”

Check out the interview below.



Madball release another album teaser video

New York hardcore legends Madball release new album “For The Cause”, the follow up to 2014’s “Hardcore Lives”, on June 15th via Nuclear Blast. The band have uploaded the second in their “Behind The Cause” videos, a short YouTube clip from the studio where the album was recorded.

You can watch the clip below – and check out the first instalment if you missed it too.



Municipal Waste to Tour the US East Coast

Sewer dwelling thrashers Municipal Waste have announced a short run of tour dates. The six shows will take place down the East Coast of the US this June. You can see if the band will be coming through your town below.

Municipal Waste released their latest record Slime and Punishment in 2017.



The Adicts release video for “Fucked Up World”

English punk legends The Adicts have released a music video for “Fucked Up World”, which can be viewed below.

“Fucked Up World” is taken from the band’s latest alum And IT Was So!, which was released last November via Nuclear Blast Records.



Madball release lyric video for new song “Old Fashioned”

New York hardcore band Madball recently premiered a brand new lyric video for a new track called “Old Fashioned.” The song is one off of the group’s upcoming full-length, For The Cause, which is scheduled for official release on June 15th, 2018 through Nuclear Blast.

You can watch the clip below.



Madball release trailer for upcoming album “For The Cause”

New York hardcore legends Madball release new album “For The Cause” on June 15th via Nuclear Blast. The band have uploaded “Behind The Cause”, a short YouTube clip from the studio where the album was recorded.

You can have a watch below.



Agnostic Front bassist Mike Gallo gives update on new material, “The Godfathers of Hardcore” documentary

Mike Gallo of Agnostic Front said in an interview with Little Punk People that the band is about halfway done with writing new material for their next album and plan on recording soon.

“The Godfathers of Hardcore” documentary is still being shopped around for a home, but Mike thinks it will end up streaming or being sold on DVD.

Check out the interview with Mike by a wee gentleman below, along with a trailer for the documentary.



Comeback Kid announce new 7″ that features a cover of Midnight Oil’s “Beds Are Burning”

Canadian hardcore mainstays Comeback Kid have detailed a new, two song offering that will be available as a 7″ on their upcoming Australian tour. The EP will feature a cover of Midnight Oil’s “Beds Are Burning” (you know the song, even if you think you don’t) and a track from the “Outsider” LP sessions called “Little Soldier”.

On the decision to cover the track, singer Andrew Neufeld:
“A while back I randomly saw the video for the song Beds Are Burning. I had heard it in passing many times before but the video intrigued me at that particular time. After finding out that it was a protest song about giving back lands to an indigenous group in Australia, it resonated with me because of the current situation our Canadian government has with its indigenous people.”

Frustratingly there is no advance stream, but the EP is out digitally on the usual platforms on May 4th via Nuclear Blast.



Madball to release new album “For the Cause” in June

New York hardcore legends Madball have announced that their new album For the Cause will be released on June 15th via Nuclear Blast. The record was produced by Tim Armstrong from Rancid, who also guests on the album, along with Body Count‘s Ice-T and Psycho Realm’s Sick Jacken.

Bandleader Freddy Cricien comments:

“We are beyond excited to finally drop ‘For The Cause’!! To say we’re happy with the end result is an understatement! This record accurately defines the current state of our band… our sound, our state of mind, our ambitions, our flaws, and our attitude!

Tim and us go way back, he’s an old friend and super talented guy… across the board! A legend in his own right. He invited us to come record with him and it all fell into place very organically. He’s respected our band from day one and was excited to be a part of this. We’re honored to have him on board.

It’s truly an honor to have Ice-T on our record! I grew up on his music from his early hip hop stuff till now. He’s an iconic figure but also a ‘class ac’, you don’t always get both at once. Ice has a great respect for NYHC and Madball, means the world. This was meant to happen…. real recognizes real.”

The record will be Madball’s first one since 2014’s Hardcore Lives.



The Exploited explain why they haven’t released an album in over 15 years

The Exploited frontman Wattie Buchan recently explained to Metal Underground why it’s taken so long for the band to release a follow-up to 2003’s Fuck the System. He says:

“We told the label six years ago that we had an album almost ready. We’ve got at least sixteen brilliant songs written, I just need to put lyrics to them, but with my health problems I’ve not been able to do it. We’ve got a couple of songs written but it’s hard to get us together once a week for practice because we all live far away and our guitarist and bassist have jobs. Hopefully with my health being better, we’ll try and get something done, but I’ll never do anything unless it’s a hundrsd percent. We could go into the studio tomorrow and I could throw out some some lyrics, but it wouldn’t be hundred percent and that would be exploiting the punks.”

You can watch the interview in full below.



Slayer to embark on final tour

Metal icons Slayer have announced that, after 37 years together, they are “making their exit” with a “final world tour.”

The band made an announcement this morning, saying: “Slayer to tour the world one more time…,” and they confirmed on their official website that they will embark on what will be their final U.S. tour this summer, with support from Lamb of God, Anthrax, Behemoth and Testament. We’ll keep you posted as official tour dates come to light.

A 30-second video clip of Slayer confirming that they will embark on their final tour together can be viewed below.

Slayer’s most recent studio album, Repentless, was released in September 2015 on Nuclear Blast. It was their first album since 2009’s World Painted Blood, and their first one with Exodus guitarist Gary Holt as the replacement of the Jeff Hanneman, who died in 2013.



Agnostic Front announce Punk Rock Bowling club show w/ The Old Firm Casuals & more

Another club show has been announced for the 20th Anniversary edition of Las Vegas’ Punk Rock Bowling. Taking place at Fremont Country Club on May 27th, the show will be headlined by New York hardcore legends Agnostic Front. Support bands include The Old Firm Casuals (ft. Lars Frederiksen), Bad Co. Project, and Crim.

Tickets for the 21+ show are $20 (presales begin March 3rd) and doors open at 10pm. Stay tuned for more PRB club show announcements, and check out the main festival lineup here.



Agnostic Front release new trailer for “The Godfathers of Hardcore” documentary

A new trailer has been released for the upcoming Agnostic Front documentary The Godfathers of Hardcore. The film provides an in-depth look into the past, present, and future of the influential New York hardcore band. Check out the trailer below.

The Godfathers of Hardcore premieres tomorrow, November 11th, at the DOC NYC Festival.