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City Mouth sign to Take This to Heart Records, stream album “Hollows”

Illinois pop punks City Mouth have just announced that they’ll be joining the Massachusetts record label, Take This to Heart.

The five piece is also streaming their new album, “Hollows.”

You can check it out below.



Save Face signs to Epitaph, premieres new song “Bad”

Made official on April 4, New Jersey band Save Face has signed to become part of the Epitaph Records family. The band immediately made their label debut as well with the release of their new single “Bad”.

The band is also on tour this Spring with Boston Manor. You can check out the song, tour dates, and more information on the signing below.

Save Face last released “Folly: On the Rocks”, a stripped down and more intimate rendition of a previous release, in late 2017.



Set Sights sign to Tragic Hero Records, release new music video

Orange County hardcore act Set Sights have recently signed to Tragic Hero Records for an as of yet unannounced release in 2018.  In addition to the signing announcement, the band has also released a music video for their song “Rise Above.”  You can check it out below.



Say Anything sign to Dine Alone Records for upcoming album

California’s Say Anything have announced that they have signed to Dine Alone Records for their upcoming album, which will be produced by Will Yip.  Here’s what Say Anything lead singer Max Bemis had to say about the signing:

“It is surreal to have a new home for Say Anything. It’s been a minute since that’s been the case and I’m totally excited that we’ll now be working with the wonderful Dine Alone Records. I’ve been a fan of the label for a long time and am full on stoked to release our new Will-Yip-produced LP with them. The record is a bit different from the last one (blah blah as always) and is going to be an involved, weird organism, but one I am glad to entrust to Dine Alone.”

Say Anything last released I Don’t Think It Is in 2016 via Equal Vision Records.



C:28 (skate punk) sign to Bearded Punk Records, schedule European release

Prescott, Arizona’s C:28 have officially joined the Bearded Punk Records family. After their recent EP release “Once Blind” in the US, C:28 signed for a European release of the EP scheduled for March 19. You can click below to stream the new EP.



Chief State (pop-punk) signs to Mutant League Records, releases music video for new song “Broken Eyes”

Vancouver pop-punk five-piece Chief State has signed with Mutant League Records.

The band is debuting a new song/music video for the track, “Broken Eyes” and you can check it out below.

Watch for Chief State to release their debut EP in spring 2018.

The band says,

“We’re stoked to have this opportunity to work with MLR, the label has put out some incredible music and has helped propel the careers of a bunch of our favourite bands. We’re really honoured to be added to the roster and can’t wait to release the new EP!”

In the band’s short history, they have self-booked tours in Western Canada and the UK. Upon returning from the latter, they set straight to work on their follow up EP, engineered by Tim Creviston and mixed by Sam Guaiana (Like Pacific, Rarity, Coldfront, We Were Sharks).



A-F Records sign Swiss Army, announce debut full length “Paris Mountain”

A-F Records has just announced the signing of Pittsburgh Alternative/ Punk band Swiss Army. The band also announced their label and full-length debut “Paris Mountain”, due out April 27.

Brandon Lehman, Swiss Army’s lead vocalist, describes the album as:

a real place from my childhood. Symbolically, it stands as an obstacle, or maybe for some, a goal of wealth, class, opportunity. The debut full-length record is a collection of stories about love, growth, privilege, terror, told through honest lyrics and the loudest guitars possible. “

The album art and track list can be found below.

Swiss Army’s last release was a self-titled EP in 2016.



The Prettybads sign to Indie Vision Music, stream track “My Molecules”

Houston punks The Prettybads have just announced their signing to Indie Vision Music. The quartet is also now streaming their new track, “My Molecules” which comes off of their new album “Meet the Prettybads” to make it’s debut on April 20th. You can stream the new track here.

“Meet the Prettybads” follows up their last release of single “Werewolf” in April 2017.



Youth Man signs to Alcopop Records, streams new single

Birmingham art-punk band Youth Man have announced that they have signed to Alcopop Records, who will be releasing the bands’ new EP later this year.  The band is streaming their first single from that EP, so check out “I Don’t Know” below.

Youth Man last released Wax in July of 2016.



Chicago pop-punk trio This Obsession signs to Wiretap Records, premieres new song from upcoming album

This Obsession, my new favorite best-kept secret in pop-punk has signed with Wiretap Records are premiering a lyric video for “Deep Water,” a single off their upcoming album, “A Confrontational Effort.” The album is slated to have a digital release on March 16th, and was recorded at Bombshelter Studios with Dan Precision of 88 Fingers Louie and Rise Against.

You can check out the lyric video for “Deep Water” below. The song will be available on Spotify this Friday, February 2nd.

I’m pretty damn excited to hear more from This Obsession. This song definitely gave me flashbacks to From Here to Infirmary/Good Mourning-era Alkaline Trio, which brought on further flashbacks to being in the throes of my horrible, horrible puberty. If you like what you hear, head over to bandcamp to preorder the album!



The Second After (Durham, NC pop punk) sign with Revival Recordings, premier new video

The Second After have signed with Revival Recordings and will be releasing an EP, “Treadmill at the Finish Line” on April 6th.

The band has premiered a video for “Homewreck Sick,” which will be on the upcoming EP. Check it out below!



DeeCracks sign to Pirate Press Records

Austrian ramones-core kings DeeCracks took a break from their busy schedule, to announce the start of their next busy schedule. The threesome just signed to Pirate Press Records and announced a brand new record. Expect ‘Sonic Delusions’ out February 23rd.

DeeCracks’ last full-length album Beyond Medication was released in 2014 through Monster Zero.

Head down below to check out the tracklist for ‘Sonic Delusions’.



No Affiliation Records signs two more bands, Latte+ and Sun-0-Bathers

The fine folks over at No Affiliation Records have announced that they have signed two more bands to their ever increasing roster. 

First is Italian pop-punk band Latte+, who have been going strong for over 20 years.  The label will be handling the bands’ upcoming release, though whether that will be an EP or LP hasn’t been announced yet.  You can check out “I Don’t Want to Be With You Tonight” from the bands’ last release below to give you an idea of what to expect from these Ramones influenced punks.

Second is Sun-0-Bathers from The Netherlands, which features Morning Wood Records owner Jouke Rispens on drums.  No Affiliation will be handling the bands’ upcoming deput EP in the states, while Morning Wood takes care of it on the other side of the Atlantic.  We”ll be sure to keep you updated as more info on that release, and all future releases from No Affiliation, comes to light.



Sid Broderius and the Emergency Exit Sign to No Affiliation Records, confirm new record

Remember last week when we premiered a song from Sid Broderius and the Emergency Exit? Good stuff, right? Well, news comes fast with these Northwest punks and now it looks like they’ve gotten signed to No Affiliation Records.

Straight from the frontman’s mouth, Sid had this to say:

We’re psyched to be a part of the No Affiliation family and can’t wait to put out this next record, coming summer 2018.

So, take that as confirmation for a new album too.

No Affiliation Records is a label based out of Phoenix and you can check out what they’re about right here.

And for those of you who missed the premiere last week, check out The Emergency Exit’s latest single here.

 



Homesafe sign to Pure Noise Records

Pure Noise Records has announced the signing of Illinois rock band Homesafe. The band made a statement on the signing: “It is great to say that we have joined the Pure Noise family. We wholeheartedly believe in their passion and support of music. We have just begun recording our first full-length record that will be released through Pure Noise Records in the Spring or Summer of 2018. Thank you to everyone for the continuous support. We can not wait for the future of this band.” 

The band will release a full length on the label in the summer next year. Read more about plans on the band’s Facebook.