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Introducing No Affiliation Records

Put on your Suns jerseys and pink jail-issue underwear and get ready for No Affiliation Records. They’re a new label out of Phoenix, Arizona. They’ve signed their first band, First or Last, and will be releasing an EP in early 2018.

No Affiliation counts Paul Levesque (sorry, not that Paul Levesque) of Fare Game, The Letmedowns, and ex-LightSpeedGo, Mike Brockman and Bill Marcks, formerly of Authority Zero, in its ranks. That’s a pretty damn solid pedigree.

If you can’t wait for that EP to get pressed, you should check out FoL’s most recent EP below. Solid stuff if you’re a fan of the Fat Wreck sound. You can grab it for five bucks at bandcamp.

I haven’t been this hot and bothered about something coming out of Arizona since I hooked up with a returning snowbird last spring.



Guerilla Poubelle (punk, France) Release Single For “Les Fils Et Les Filles Des Sorcieres” and Announce Album

To celebrate their recent signing to Red Scare Industries, French punks Guerilla Poubelle have released a single and announced an album. The single is titled “Les Fils Et Les Filles Des Sorcières” and will appear on the band’s debut release for their new label which is due on November 17. The album will be called La Nausse and will be the first full-length from Guerilla Poubelle since their 2013 effort, Amor Fati.

Fans of Guerilla Poubelle can check out a lyric video for “Les Fils Et Les Filles Des Sorcières” below.



Pure Noise Records signs STONE (hardcore/metal), announce album “Inch of Joy”

Pure Noise Records has announced that they’ve signed STONE to their label, and will be releasing their debut album “Inch of Joy” March 2nd, 2018.

You can check out a music video for the track “Lost On You”, below. The band had this to say about the song:

“Lost On You” is for the people that talk and talk about how much they give a shit about hardcore and at the end of the day, it couldn’t be further from the truth. This dies if you don’t give back what you take from it.” – Zach Dear



Arising From sign to Thousand Islands Records

Montreal melodic punk act Arising From have signed to Thousand Islands Records.  The band is working on new material that should hopefully see a release next year.

In the meantime, the label is streaming Arising From’s debut self-titled EP, originally released in June, and offering it as a pay what you want download.  You can check that out below.



Drug Church sign to Pure Noise Records, stream new single “Weed Pin,” begin US tour

Albany bred punks Drug Church have just announced that they will be joining the Pure Noise Records family who claims names like Four Year Strong, The Story So Far, and Boston Manor to their label as well.

The boys are now streaming a new single dubbed, “Weed Pin” which is a raised glass and a nod to those of you who have ‘failed up.’

In addition, the guys will be heading out on tour starting tomorrow with The Story So Far and Turnstile.

Check out the dates and the single below.



Thanx 4 All The Shoes sign to Disconnect Disconnect Records, announce new album “Another Ride”

Italian skatepunk thrashers Thanx 4 All The Shoes have officially joined the Disconnect Disconnect Records family, and are celebrating with the announcement of their new album “Another Ride” coming on November 25th. 

The band have plans for full European, UK and International tours in support of the album.

“Another Ride” will serve as follow up to their second full length, “This World Is Not Yours.”

You can check out a video for the title track below to get a feel for the full length coming your way.



We Were Sharks (pop-punk) sign to Victory Records

We Were KidsOttawa pop-punks We Were Sharks have signed to Victory Records. Guitarist Jason Mooney had this to say about the announcement:

“Growing up, the bands that stuck with us the most were bands from Victory, and now we get to be part of that family. I remember picking up (any) Victory release and inside you’d find a Victory DVD with the latest music videos. There was no YouTube or Spotify back then, this was your key to what was new and upcoming. It’s an honor to know that we’re part of a roster that has made a huge impact in the scene, and we hope that there’s a kid who finds us and feels as excited as we did when we found those bands.”

You can check out their latest music video for “Beyond Repair” below.



Fat Wreck Chords signs The Last Gang, streams new song

Fat Wreck Chords just announced that they have signed a new band, Los Angeles’ The Last Gang.  The band will be releasing a two-song 7-inch called “Sing For Your Supper” on December 8th.  The release will feature the title track, which will also be on the bands’ eventual full length debut for Fat, as well as a b-side exclusive to the 7-inch.  To give you an idea of what to expect from the band, you can listen to “Sing For Your Supper” below.



We Were Sharks detail new album ‘Lost Touch,’ release music video for “Beyond Repair”

We Were KidsOttawa pop-punks We Were Sharks have announced that they will release their new album Lost Touch on February 23, 2018 through Victory Records. They have released a music video for their new song “Beyond Repair.”

You can view the video and album details below.

We Were Sharks released their latest EP, Not a Chance on December 10, 2015 through Panic State Records.



Bussieres sign to Thousand Islands Records, releasing new EP next year

Montreal melodic punks Bussieres have signed to Thousand Islands Records with plans to release a new EP in early 2018. They will begin recording the EP next month.

The band’s 4-song debut Orange Glow was released in 2016. Check that out on bandcamp.



Day Jobs sign to A-F Records, releasing 7″

Detroit party punks Day Jobs have signed to A-F Records and will be releasing their debut 7″ on December 1st. Coinciding with the announcement, they’ve also premiered a music video for a new song called “Quit Your Day Jobs”. Check that out below, and head over here to pre-order the 7″.



A-F Records sign Mike Frazier and detail upcoming album “Elegy”

A-F Records have signed Winchester, VA’s Mike Frazier and the Dying Wild and have detailed the folk-punk’s label debut, “Elegy”. The 9-song full length is out on 17th November, with pre-orders available now.

You can listen to lead single, “San Francisco”, below.



These Fast Times (pop-punk) sign to Thousand Island Records

Montreal pop-punkers These Fast Times have announced that they have signed with Thousand Island Records to release their debut album On The Other Side of Fear in early 2018.

The album follows up the bands’ self-titled EP that was released in February of 2016.  You can give that a listen below if you haven’t heard it already.



Quicksand sign to Epitaph Records, stream first song in 22 years

Post-hardcore legends Quicksand have announced that they have signed to Epitaph Records, and their debut for the label, titled Interiors, will be released sometime this year. It will be the band’s first album since 1995’s Manic Compression, and only their third full-length studio album over the course of their 27-year career.

Quicksand also just released their first song in 22 years, “Illuminant”, which is available for streaming on Spotify.

In anticipation of Interiors, the band will embark on a U.S. tour, which begins two weeks from today. We’ll keep you posted as more details on the record (including an official release date) come to light.

UPDATE: It has been confirmed that Interiors will be released on November 10th.



The Adicts sign to Nuclear Blast, to release new album

U.K. punk legends The Adicts have signed to Nuclear Blast in U.S. and Arising Empire in the U.K. The band will release their eleventh album through both labels this Autumn, with their first single, “Picture The Scene” digitally on September 1st.

The Adicts last released All the Young Droogs in 2012 through DC-Jam Records.