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Blind Man Death Stare premiere new video for “Spike My Drink But Don’t Take My Kidneys”

Melbourne, Australia punks Blind Man Death Stare have premiered a video for their single “Spike My Drink But Don’t Take My Kidneys,” off their upcoming album, “It’ll Grow On Ya.”

The album is due out July 26th on Arrest Records.

You can check out the video in all its gory goodness below and stream the song at bandcamp.



Hightower (melodic punk) sign with KROD Records for release of new album “Club Dragon”

French melodic punks Hightower have announced that they have partnered up with KROD Records for the release of their second album “Club Dragon”. The album is expected to be released in September 2017, and marks the bands first release since 2014’s gem “Sure. Fine. Whatever.”

You can listen to “Sure. Fine. Whatever.” here.



Bridge 9 add new band Spine to roster

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Bridge Nine Records has announced the signing of midwest hardcore band Spine. They will will be releasing new music with the label in the coming year. Spine members of Weekend Nachos, Sorry Excuse, Blindside USA and Keef Mountain.

Ahead of any B9 releases, the band’s current back catalogue is up on Bandcamp.



Eat Your Heart Out sign to Fearless Records, release EP and announce tour

Newcastle, Australia based alt-rock/punk-rock band Eat Your Heart Out have signed with Fearless Records, and with it released their EP “Carried Away” and announced an Australia tour. You can find a stream of the EP, the tour poster, dates and locations below.

In regards to their signing with Fearless, the band had this to say: We are absolutely over the moon to announce we have signed to Fearless Records and are now apart of the Fearless Family. To have the opportunity to be on the same record label as so many of the bands that inspire us and to work with people so honestly passionate about music feels like a dream come true. We are excited for everyone to hear ‘Carried Away’ and to come with us on this journey as we see what happens next! Thank you to everyone who has ever believed in us, we wouldn’t be here without you!



At The Wayside streams new single ‘Lose One Friend, Lose All Friends, Lose Yourself’

Wisconsin Based Pop-Punk act At The Wayside is streaming a new track. ‘Lose One Friend, Lose All Friends, Lose Yourself’ is the first single from the band’s upcoming full length “The Breakdown And The Fall”, out May 26th via Indie Vision Music.

You can listen to‘Lose One Friend, Lose All Friends, Lose Yourself’ below.



Victim Culture signs to FtLP Records, release music video for “Hostile”

Fort Collins, CO, three piece hardcore/punk band Victim Culture are now signed to the FtLP Records; a new addition to the For the Love of Punk Records family. Not only will an 8 track EP be available for download through FtLP records on April 21, 2017, but there is also a brand-spanking-new music video available for viewing right now!

Check out “Hostile” below, and comment your thoughts! 



Kamikaze Girls joins Big Scary Monsters, stream new track ‘Berlin’

Big news day for grunge punkers Kamikaze Girls. The British two piece has announced that its first full length ‘Seafoam’ will be released through Big Scary Monsters (UK + RoW) & Wiretap Records (US). The album won’t be out until the 9th of June but the first single ‘Berlin’ is up for listening now. Pre-order Seafoam in the US here and rest of the world here.

Alongside the news, the band have revealed a June UK tour with Nervus, as well as a string of festival appearances including The Great Escape, 2000 Trees and Truck Festival. You can catch those and ‘Berlin’ below.



Trashed Ambulance to release new EP on Thousand Islands Records

Alberta’s Trashed Ambulance (ft. members of Loser Points and Chimp Change) has announced the release of a new EP via Thousand Islands Records. The new offering will serve as a follow up to the quartet’s debut album, “Blurry Thougths”, and be available via all digital platforms as well as on CD.

More details will soon be available.

Trashed Ambulance self-released “Blurry Thoughts” in March 2016, check it out on Bandcamp.



Hot Mulligan (emo) to re-release “Opportunities” via No Sleep Records, stream new bonus track

No Sleep Records has announced the latest addition to their ever-growing family – the Michigan-based pop punk outfit Hot Mulligan. The label plans to digitally re-release Hot Mulligan’s debut EP Opportunities with the addition of one extra bonus track; an acoustic jam titled “Deluxe Capacitor.”

“When we decided to add another song to the EP, we knew we didn’t want to pull out some b-rate version of one of the other songs, and this is the result,” said Chris Freeman of Hot Mulligan. “This song is about getting better, but realizing you’ve still got progress to make.”

With No Sleep’s digital re-release of Opportunities, Hot Mulligan plans to record their debut LP this summer.

Stream Opportunities, along with the new bonus track, and check out the dates and locations of the band’s upcoming tour below.

Opportunities was originally released via Save Your Generation Records on December 16th, 2016.



Safe And Sound sign to New Age Records

Washington hardcore exports Safe and Sound have signed to long running Orange County based label New Age Records. The band are to release a 7″ follow up to 2016’s EP “Embers Still Remain” on the label. “Ashes Lie and Wait” will be out at some point in the summer.



Sect (hardcore, members of Cursed, Burning Love, Earth Crisis) sign to Southern Lord Recordings


North American (Raleigh, NC based) based hardcore band Sect have announced that they have signed on with Los Angeles based label, Southern Lord Recordings. The band will start recording a new LP this summer with Kurt Ballou of Converge at GodCity studio in Salem, MA – it will be their debut release on Southern Lord.

The group, which has members in two countries and multiple cities, is comprised of members, Chris Colohan (Cursed, Burning Love, Left For Dead), guitarists James Chang (Catharsis, Undying) and Scott Crouse (Earth Crisis, The Path Of Resistance), drummer Andy Hurley (Racetraitor, Fall Out Boy, The Damned Things). and bassist Steve Hart (Day Of Suffering).

On the signing, vocalist Chris Colohan says:

“My rule of thumb with labels these days is to work with one that I own at least five LPs from. Smart music business opportunities don’t mean shit without a true respect for each others’ tastes, aesthetic and passions. Between their classic doom alumni (Earth, Sunn, Boris, Sleep), their reverent reissues of cult thrash bands like Nihilist and classic hardcore like Poison Idea or Bl’ast, and the equal love they put into modern bands with the spirit of all of the above (like Power Trip or Nails), a label doesn’t get much closer to that ideal for me than Southern Lord. It was an absolute pleasure working with Greg and the SL family with Burning Love and I’m beyond excited to have Sect join their ranks.”

Greg Anderson, owner of Southern Lord, also commented on the new alliance with Sect:

As soon as I heard about Chris Colohan being in a new band I immediately was excited and preordered their LP. I was not disappointed. Sect are harsh, unforgiving, and brutal in all the most effective ways. We’re extremely honored to be chosen to work with them. We will proudly be their ally in this battle.

We will keep you updated on these endeavours as more details come to light.

Sect released their debut self-titled LP in August 2016, you can check it out below for a taste of things to come from the band.



Downtown Boys Sign With Sub Pop Records

Providence, Rhode Island’s Downtown Boys recently announced that they have signed a deal with Sub Pop Records.  The band is currently working on a new album that the label will be releasing later this year.

Downtown boys last released Full Communism on May 5th via Don Giovanni Records.

 



Flatfoot 56 partner with Sailor’s Grave Records to release new full-length “Odd Boat”

Chicago celtic punks Flatfoot 56 have announced that they will be partnering with Pennsylvania punk label Sailor’s Grave Records for the release of their 7th album, Odd Boat. The album is scheduled for release on April 28th and will be the first fnull-length in 5 years.

Guitarist and vocalist Tobin Bawinkel says:

Flatfoot 56 is excited to be partnering with Andy King and the Sailors Grave team for the release of our new album “Odd Boat”. Andy and Duane have been friends of ours for many years and have always been a source of encouragement through the ups and downs of touring band life. These are salt of the earth guys that have loved and supported punk and hardcore for a very long time. They do it because they love it. We are honored to be working with them on the distribution and promotion side of this release.

Andy King of Sailor’s Grave Records also commented:

We at Sailor’s Grave Records have been avid fans of Flatfoot 56 for over a decade now. We’ve always been moved by the hardcore tinged celtic punk they consistently deliver with heart, sweat, and toil. We are honored to partner with the band to help deliver the next chapter of their legacy to the world with the release of ‘Odd boat’

Odd Boat will serve as a follow-up to 2012’s, Toil. 



Altercation Records signs Dr. Beardface and the Spaceman

Altercation Records recently announced the signing of Philadelphia rock band Dr. Beardface and the Spaceman to their label.  Don’t let the band name fool you, this female-fronted 5-piece plays a really unique combination of rock tinged with punk, rockabilly, grunge, and 1950s rock n’ roll.

You can stream their 5-track EP called Get Funke, below.  We’ll keep you posted on upcoming releases from the band as details are made available.

Oh, and by the way, there should be an accent on “Beardface,” so apparently it’s really pronounced “Beard-fah-SAY.”



Postcards From Jane (pop punk) sign to Wilhelm Records, release music video – “Can’t Stop”

Louisiana pop-punk band Postcards From Jane recently signed to Wilhelm Records, and now they have a new music video for their song “Can’t Stop.” Watch it below.

The song is the first single off the band’s upcoming EP, which is due out in early 2017. It will be the band’s first proper EP, having been founded in 2015.