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Off With Their Heads to play benefit play in New York with Masked Intruder

Minneapolis punks Off With Their Heads have been extremely active recently. Between putting out an acoustic record, “Won’t Be Missed”, back in October, playing protests, and touring; I am surprised they sleep at all.

To top it all off, the band will be playing a benefit show with Masked Intruder, Bridge Under Fire, and Hope Is in New York’s The Vault on December 14th. They will be raising money for the Standing Rock water protectors; this is what they had to say:

“Off With Their Heads and Masked Intruder are teaming up to raise a little money for Standing Rock last night. Even though the pipeline construction has been halted, that doesn’t mean it’s the last of it. Don’t forget that Trump owns stock in the oil company and doesn’t seem to give a fuck about anyone but himself and twitter. I want to do out tiny little part to make sure Standing Rock is prepared for what comes next. Syracuse (Liverpool) NY, come and help out!”

They will also be on the road this December, check out some of the tour dates below.

Off With Their Heads’ latest studio album “Home” was released in 2013 through Epitaph Records and Masked Intruder’s EP “Love and Other Crimes” came out in July on Pure Noise Records.



Stick To Your Guns (hardcore) release new music video for “Better Ash Than Dust”

Southern California hardcore group Stick To Your Guns have a new music video out for their track, “Better Ash Than Dust,” and you can watch it below.

The song is the title track off the band’s latest EP, which they released back in September via Pure Noise Records.

Along with the new video, Stick To Your Guns has details on two tours in 2017. One tour sees them headlining Australia, while the other has them supporting Parkway Drive in Europe/UK. Check out dates/locations for both tours below the video.



Better Than Never (pop punk) announce UK “Head Under Wa-Tour”

UK pop-punk six-piece Better Than Never just released their second EP, Head Under Water, and to go along with it, they’ve also announced a UK tour. They’re calling it the, wait for it… ‘Head Under Wa-Tour’. It will feature support from Highlives and The Holiday. Check out the list of dates/locations below.

On the release, vocalist James Harris says, “With this EP we really wanted to take everything we learnt from our last one and build upon the foundations we had made. It gave us some great opportunities to really push the three-guitar line-up and dual vocal front.” He adds Head Under Water, “…covers the idea of how dealing with depression and anxiety can sometimes just feel like you are drowning in a sea of hopelessness.”

Watch the latest video from Better Than Never, for their song, “Learning To Swim,” below.



Joey Cape announces acoustic shows in Spain

Lagwagon frontman Joey Cape has announced he will be playing a handful of acoustic shows in Spain early next year. The brief tour will see Cape supported by Dani Llamas.

Check out the tour dates below to see if there’s a show near you.

Joey Cape most recently released an album of acoustic versions of Lagwagon and Bad Astronaut songs through his label One Week Records.



Strike Anywhere announce 2017 European tour with Petrol Girls & Bear Trade

Virginia punk veterans Strike Anywhere have announced they will be touring Europe in 2017. All dates will feature support from Petrol Girls, while Bear Trade will only be playing the UK shows.

Check out the tour dates below to see if they’re stopping in a town near you.

Strike Anywhere’s latest studio album Iron Front was released in 2009 on Bridge Nine Records. They also put out an acoustic album In Defiance Of Empty Times in 2012.



Career Suicide announce releasing new album & EP, announce UK winter tour

Toronto’s Career Suicide will be releasing a new album titled Machine Response in February, 2017 through Deranged Records and Static Shock Records. The band will also be putting out a 7″ of the same title, which will be available on their UK tour.

You can check out the cover art and tracklist for the LP, stream two songs from the EP, and find more details on the band’s upcoming tour dates below.

Machine Response will be Career Suicide’s first full-length album in 10 years, serving as the follow-up to 2006′s Attempted Suicide.



Harley Poe (Horror Folk Punk) announce 2 reunion shows

Horror infused folk punk act out of Kokomo, Indiana Harley Poe may have announced their end with their last album, “Fallen Down,” however they’ve announced two reunion shows for next year. You can find the posters for each night below.

Both shows are at The Melody Inn in Indianapolis, and take place on February 11 and 12, 2017. The tickets for the Feb 12 show go on sale on Friday, December 2nd.



Tour Annoucement: Wolves&Wolves&Wolves&Wolves Announce Dates With Burns Like Fire

Fresh off of a wildly successful European Tour, North Carolina post hardcore punkers, Wolves&Wolves&Wolves&Wolves have announced another, albeit shorter, east coast tour which kicks off in December. The guys get a little lonely on the road, so they’re bringing Athens, Georgia punk rock outfit, Burns Like Fire along with ‘em (bring ear plugs boys, Rion snores).  Because the lads just couldn’t leave us empty handed until the tour sets off, they also sent along a music video clip they put together while on the aforementioned Euro tour. Check it out, along with the tour dates and stops, below!

Wolvesx4′s last studio album, The Cross And The Switchblade, was released in in September via Wiretap Records (US) and Gunner Records (EU) and is now is now available on 12” LP



Suicidal Tendencies to play four shows in France in April

California crossover thrash/hardcore punk legends Suicidal Tendencies will be playing four shows in France this coming April. These shows are the follow-up to the upcoming Persistence Tour in Europe, which will take place in January, and you can find the dates and locations below.

Suicidal Tendencies latest studio album, World Gone Mad, was released last September, and is their first album since 2013′s 13. It’s also the band’s first with the new lineup of Mike Muir, Dean Pleasants, Jeff Pogan, Ra Diaz and Dave Lombardo.



Clowns (Australia, punk) announce local supports for their January 2017 tour

Aussie punk band Clowns have announced the bands that will join them at each of their domestic shows this January. Accompanying the four-piece on the “Dead In Summer Tour” will be a host of local acts. More information can be found below.



The Offspring hint at 20th anniversary celebration of “Ixnay on the Hombre”

The Offspring posted a picture of a dog wearing an Ixnay on the Hombre hat on their Facebook page, writing “Someone’s ready for a big anniversary next year…” This post suggests that the band will be doing something to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the release of their fourth record Ixnay on the Hombre next year. We’ll keep you posted as more details on the situation come to light.

Originally released on February 4th, 1997, Ixnay was the follow-up to The Offspring’s 1994 breakthrough album Smash, and their first release on Columbia Records.

The Offspring recently announced that they will be hitting the studio soon to start recording their long-awaited new album, rumored for release early next year. It will be the band’s first studio album since 2012′s Days Go By.



Bryan McPherson announces open-ended tour of US and Canada

For the bulk of the month of December, Boston native, California-based singer/songwriter Bryan McPherson will be working his way eastward from his current home to his birthplace just in time for the holidays (featuring what should be a pretty epic hometown New Year’s Eve throwdown). From there, he’ll spend much of January and early February on the road in Canada and the northeastern portion of the US before working his way down to the Carolinas. Check out details of the open-ended tour below; chances are, he’s coming your way!

Yours truly has been somewhat shamelessly plugging the great McPherson whenever he gets the chance, and still finds McPherson’s latest (and undeniably greatest) album, “Wedgewood,” to be truly stellar. “Wedgewood” was self-released on McPherson’s OFD Records last year; stream/buy it here.



Yellowcard announce final two shows ever

It’s long been common knowledge that Florida-based pop-punks Yellowcard are calling it a career (for now) in the very near future. The band put out their final (for now) album, “Yellowcard,” on September 30th on Hopeless Records, and scheduled a final (for now) tour that wraps up next week in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. The band have now announced plans for two more final (for now) shows that’ll take place in Southern California next year.

March 24th will find the band playing their 2003 album “Ocean Avenue” in its entirety at The Novo in Los Angeles, while the following day will serve as their last-ever (for now) show, and will take place at the House Of Blues in Anaheim, the city where they played their first-ever sold-out show. Head below to see the lowdown on the rest of the last-ever (for now) Yellowcard shows!



Joyce Manor and AJJ announce 2017 US tour

California’s Joyce Manor and Arizona’s AJJ have announced they will be touring the US together in early 2017. The tour kicks off with two shows in Los Angeles, and following a quick detour through Mexico, will make its way across the US before wrapping up in Austin, TX.

To see if there’s a show near you, check out the tour dates below.

Joyce Manor’s latest album Cody was released on October 7th through Epitaph Records. AJJ released The Bible 2 on August 19th through SideOneDummy Records.



Save Ferris announce new EP, US tour

Orange County ska-punk band Save Ferris will be releasing a new EP and touring the US in 2017. New Sound is set to release on February 10th, and it will be the band’s first new music in 15 years. Stay tuned for more details on the EP, and check out the tour dates below.

Here’s what frontwoman Monique Powell had to say about all of this:

“Since this incarnation of Save Ferris first played together in 2013, the band and I have been working on new music, arranging schedules and selectively playing local shows to get ready for a tour. I have had to tell our fans to ‘be patient, I promise it’ll happen’ for too long now! But now here we are. I can’t believe we’ve made it this far….and now you get to see us in a town near you. For the first time in 15 years, Save Ferris is coming to get you! Are you ready?”

Save Ferris “reunited” in 2013, with a lineup featuring no prior members aside from Powell. This sparked criticism from former members of the band, who actually took Powell to court over allegations that she falsely promoted the “Save Ferris Reunion” without their permission.