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Against Me! add Tim Barry to upcoming North American tour

Former Avail frontman-turned-solo artist Tim Barry has been announced as a support act for Against Me!‘s North American tour with Texan punk band Fea. You can find more info on when and where they’ll be playing below below.

Barry’s latest album Lost & Rootless was released in 2014 through Chunksaah Records. Against Me! released a live album titled 23 Live Sex Acts last year on Total Treble Records, and according to a press release we recently received, details on their follow-up to Transgender Dysphoria Blues are coming soon.



Toxic Holocaust announce European tour dates

Oregon crossover thrash veterans Toxic Holocaust are gearing up to head to Europe thissummer for some tour dates.

Check out all the dates and locations below, as well as some previously announced US dates.

Toxic Holocaust’s latest album “Chemistry of Consciousness” was released on October 29th, 2013 through Relapse Records.



Tartar Control announce summer tour dates

Tartar Control, a pretty hilarious hardcore-punk rock band consisting of two Mormon missionaries and a robot, are going on tour this summer to spread their message of love and tooth care.

Check out all the dates and locations below.

Tartar Control last released We Forgive You on April 6th 2015.



Shai Hulud announce US and Canada tour dates

New York hardcore act Shai Hulud are going on tour at the end of May and beginning of June.

Check out all of the dates and locations below.

Shai Hulud last released Just Can’t Hate Enough x2 on December 4th via No Sleep Records



Edmonton punk act Choke reunites

Do you guys remember Edmonton punk act Choke? They disbanded in 2007 so I’m guessing most of you don’t but for those of you that do you’ll be happy to hear that they are reuniting and planning some upcoming tour dates including a stop at Amnesia Rockfest in Montabello QC.

The following was pulled from their Facebook page :

“Hey everyone, we figured it would be super fun to make some time in our lives to pick up the sticks and strings and bust out some rippers. We are are very excited to be jamming again. The songs are bringing back some real good vibes from our pasts. We have not written any new material but if all goes well, the sky is the limit.”

Choke last released “Slow Fade Or How I Learned To Question Infinity” in 2005 on Smallman Records. We’ll keep you posted if any details on new material surfaces.



Voodoo Glow Skulls announce California shows

Skacore legends Voodoo Glow Skulls have announced a short run of California shows starting on May 5th. A full list of these dates can be found below.

The band’s latest album “Break the Spell” was released via Smelvis Records in 2012.



Matilda’s Scoundrels (folk punk, UK) announce new 7″ and domestic tour

Hastings’ (UK) own folk punk, six-piece Matilda’s Scoundrels have announced that they will release a new 7″ in June of this year. The record entitled Crowley’s Curse will be released will be via TNSrecords on June 10th and can be preordered from their website. The release of new music also marks the start of a busy summer of shows for the scoundrels, a full list of these UK dates can be viewed below.



Sniper 66 releases new music video for “Messiah”

Austin street-punks Sniper 66 have released a rather spooky music video for their song “Messiah” off their 2014 album “Caput Lupinum”. Check it out below.

The band last released a 4-song split with Denver’s Potato Pirates.

Sniper 66 will be touring Europe in Sept/Oct 2016 and will be playing the Pogorausch Festival in Munich, Germany.



Pity Sex (emo) releases new album and announces tour dates

Michigan emo act Pity Sex has released their 2nd album today.  Called White Hot Moon, the album is the follow-up to 2013′s Feast of Love.  The band most recently released a splt 7″ with Pittzburgh-based emo band Adventures in 2014.

Pity Sex will be touring in support of the new release, and you can find all the dates and places below.



Screeching Weasel announce 30th anniversary shows

2016 marks the 30th anniversary of Screeching Weasel, and to celebrate the band will be playing a string of shows in California, Italy, New York, and Pennsylvania. In addition to featuring the likes of BIGWIG, The Queers, The Dickies, and Satanic Surfers, some of these shows will see the band playing My Brain Hurts in its entirety.

Check out the info on the currently announced shows below, and stay tuned as more details become available.

Screeching Weasel’s latest album – part one of a two-part rock opera titled Baby Fat - was released in May of 2015 through Recess Records.



Suicidal Tendencies rumored to be joined permanently by Dave Lombardo, South American tour in the works

Rumors are circulating that former Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo is now a permanent member of Suicidal Tendencies.

As you may recall, Lombardo joined the band last February on their U.S. tour with Megadeth, and will be back behind the drum kit on their upcoming European tour, which kicks off next month. Sources are now reporting that Lombardo is going to join Suicidal once more on their summer South American tour, which includes one show in São Paulo on July 2nd, with more dates to be announced; this leads to speculation that Lombardo is a permanent member of the band.

Suicidal Tendencies have yet to address the rumors whether drummer Eric Moore (whom Lombardo had replaced on their recent tours) is still a member of the band. Despite his absence from touring, Moore recently teamed up with Suicidal guitarist Nico Santora on the metal side project Lillake, who have an album in the works and just released three new songs (“Killing Game“, “How Becoming“, and “Become“). We’ll keep you posted as more details on Moore or Lombardo’s status in Suicidal come to light.

Suicidal Tendencies recently announced plans to release a new EP and full-length later this year. Their most recent studio album 13 was released in 2013.



Anti-Nowhere League announce new album “The Cage,” announces tour dates

Anti-Nowhere League has put up their new album “The Cage” for pre-order (which you can do here) in addition to announcing a fairly expansive world tour. You can check out those dates below.

“The Cage” is set to be released May 13th by Cleopatra Records and follows up ANL’s “Road To Rampton” in 2007.



Blink-182 announce US tour with A Day To Remember, All American Rejects & more

Continuing their assault on your social media feeds, Blink-182 have now announced they will be touring the US this summer/fall. Check out the full list of dates and locations below.

Joining them on select dates of the tour will be A Day To Remember, All American Rejects, All Time Low, and DJ Spider.

Blink-182 recently announced details of their new album California, which is due out July 1st. You can pre-order the album here, and check out a new song from the album here.



Bayside announce details of new album, ‘Vacancy’ & tour with The Menzingers, Sorority Noise

New York pop-punk act Bayside have announced the details of their new album, which we now know is titled Vacancy. Check out the artwork to the left, and the tracklisting below.

The album is due out August 19th on Hopeless Records. You can pre-order your copy right here.

Along with the album details, the band announced a US tour with The Menzingers and Sorority Noise. Take a look at those dates/locations below the album info.

Bayside’s previous release was a deluxe edition of their 2014 album, Cult, titled Cult: White Edition, which came out in March of 2015 via Hopeless Records.

 



Death By Stereo to play entire “Day of the Death” album at two shows

SoCal hardcore punk veterans Death By Stereo have announced that they will celebrate the 15th anniversary of their second album (and Epitaph debut) Day of the Death by playing the classic album in its entirety at two shows: the Marquis Theater in Denver on June 5th, and a month later at the Underground DTSA in Santa Ana on July 9th.

It is not known if Death By Stereo will play the Day of the Death album in its entirety at any more shows, but we’ll keep you posted as more news comes to light.

Death By Stereo released a new song last year called “Neverending”, which is rumored to be appearing on their long-awaited follow-up to 2012′s Black Sheep of the American Dream. The band also has a new EP in the works.