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Off With Their Heads cancel European tour

Off With Their Heads have cancelled their European tour dates. Here’s what they had to say:

“Hey everyone. I am crushed to say that Off With Their Heads is going to have to cancel our 2016 UK and European dates. I don’t in any way enjoy backing out of plans, especially when other people’s hard work is involved. Furthermore, this is the 2nd Euro tour in a row that we have to back out of. Unfortunately, I had to make a call on this. The same family member that I had to stay back and help out with last summer had a bit of an unexpected turn. I cannot in good conscience leave my loved ones for an extended period of time right now. I need to focus on supporting these people and raising funds to ensure that the next phase of treatment happens with as little stress and worry as possible. Instead of touring internationally, I will be working on benefit shows and doing my best to help out at home. At the end of the day, it came down to this: I would rather never tour in my band again if it was between these people’s well being and losing out on musical opportunities. We will be back, but we wont be planning anything until I can be sure everything will be alright. Fingers crossed that it’s sooner than later. We apologize, but hope you will understand. – Ryan and OWTH”

OWTH’s latest full-length album Home was released in April, 2013 through Epitaph Records. They announced plans to record a new album earlier this year, as well as the departure of drummer Ryan Fisher.



Billy Talent release live video for “Louder Than The DJ,” announce U.S. tour dates

Canadian punk group Billy Talent have premiered a live video for their song “Louder Than The DJ.” In addition to the video premiere, they’ve announce U.S. tour dates.

Check out both items below.

“Afraid Of Heights” is the band’s first new album since 2014′s compilation album Hits, and their first batch of new material since 2012′s of Dead Silence.



Sniper 66 (punk) announce European tour

Texas punk rockers Sniper 66 will be embarking on a lengthy European tour in October. They will start in Hamburg and make a big line back to Munich over the course of their 3-week adventure. Be sure to check out the full list of dates and locations below.

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



Special Victims Unit announce 2016 US summer tour

Memphis thrash punkers Special Victims Unit have announced that they will be embarking on a tour of the east coast starting June 28th in St. Louis. The band will also be making an appearance at Creepy Fest in New Orleans on July 14th. You can get a full list of dates and locations below.

Special Victims Unit released their latest album, Especially Heinous, on April 16th, 2016 through Catnasty Records.



Problem Daughter (Dying Scene Records) release music video for “Dracula On A Budget” ahead of tour with Direct Hit!

Ever wonder what it would be like to catch Salt Lake City punk act Problem Daughter live? Me too! Luckily, for those of us on the East Coast we’ll get the chance to see them with none other than Direct Hit! and Pkew Pkew Pkew in July. Until then the band is giving us the next best thing; a music video for their new track “Dracula On A Budget” featuring a bunch of live show footage.

Check out the video and the band’s upcoming tour dates below.

“Dracula On A Budget” appears on Problem Dauthter’s brand new album, “Fits of Disorganized Boredom” released by the exceptionally good looking folks at Dying Scene Records. We strongly recommend you give the entire album a listen here and find out what all the hype is about.



Ex-Cobra Skulls members start new band Boys On The Wall, release debut album

Cobra Skulls threw in the towel back in 2013, but apparently all 3 members of the band have started a new project called Boys On The Wall. They’ve already released an album, and will be playing a few shows this summer.

You can listen to (most of) the band’s self-titled debut LP and find more info on their upcoming shows below. If you like what you hear, grab a digital copy of the album on Bandcamp.



Pennywise to play entire “About Time” album on U.S. tour with Strung Out, Unwritten Law and Runaway Kids

California punk icons Pennywise have announced they will embark on a U.S. tour with Strung Out, Unwritten Law and Runaway Kids this fall, where they will perform their classic 1995 album About Time in its entirety.

The tour won’t be the first time that Pennywise played the About Time album live in its entirety; as you may recall, they played that album (along with their 1991 self-titled debut and 1993 follow-up Unknown Road) its entirety last March in Hollywood, and again a month ago in both San Diego and the East Coast as part of the “Three Albums, Three Nights” shows. The tour’s dates and locations can be seen in the poster above.

Pennywise released a compilation album Nineteen Eighty Eight on May 20, 2016 through Hardline Entertainment. Frontman Jim Lindberg recently announced that a new album is in the works.



Turnover announce UK and EU tour dates

Virginia Beach emo/punk collective Turnover are readying themselves for a series of shows in Europe and The UK, set for October and November 2016.

The supporting bands have been dissected for the tour, with Sorority Noise playing for half of the stretch and Milk Teeth covering the rest.

Turnover will also be supporting Moose Blood on their UK dates prior to their headline tour.

For full dates for the Turnover headline tour, check out the poster below.



Blink 182 add more dates to upcoming tour

For their upcoming tour with A Day To Remember and All American Rejects, Blink 182 have added three more dates to the line up.

These include:
October 5: Santa Barbara Bowl, Santa Barbara CA
October 6: Save Mart Center, Fresno CA
October 7: Irvine Meadows AMP, Irvine CA

This is one awesome line up, so it’s cool to see more dates added to the bill. Blink 182 will be releasing their seventh studio album California this summer.

 



Be Like Max and The Holophonics tour full U.S. this summer/The A-Oks reunite for Denver date

Be Like Max (Vegas Ska/Punk) and The Holophonics (Texas Ska/Punk) head out on the road together for a full U.S. tour starting July 1st and ending August 15th. They will be starting the journey in Las Vegas and Ending in Lincoln, Nebraska. The tour features Ska and Punk bands from all around the states including The Taj Motel Trio (CA), Fairhaven (Iowa), Noise Complaint (CA) and Day Labor (CA) plus many more.

In addition to this news, The A-Oks (Denver Ska/Punk) will be reuniting for a special appearance at the Denver date on July 16th at Moes Original BBQ. This group split ways in early fall of last year and is making a special appearance to support their friends in Be Like Max and The Holophonics on their longest tour to date. All three bands toured together last summer for the second edition of the Ska Revival Tour and have played many shows together before that.

Check out the dates and locations here.



Chilled Monkey Brains (skacore) announce US Tour

Tallahassee skacore act Chilled Monkey Brains have announced dates for their upcoming US tour, which they are calling the “Bananafest Destiny” tour. Love the name. See the dates/locations below.

The band’s latest album is 2014′s APEocalypse.



The Penske File announce US/Canada tour dates

Ontario punk group The Penske File are taking another trip south of the border this summer. Check out their list of US/Canada tour dates below.

The band recently wrapped up a string of dates with Boston’s Rebuilder. This time, San Diego punks Caskitt will join the band for for their California dates.

The Penske File last released Burn Into The Earth in June 2015 on Stomp Records.



FIDLAR announce US tour

LA punks FIDLAR have announced a US tour this fall. Joining them on the road will be SWMRS and The Frights. You can find the dates and locations below.

FIDLAR released Too on September 4, 2015 via Dine Alone Records.



Thrice announce US tour

Thrice have announced a US tour this fall. They will be touring in support of their new album, To Be Everywhere Is to Be Nowhere and you can check out the dates and locations below.

To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere was released on May 27, 2016 through Vagrant Records and is their first album since 2011′s Major/Minor.



The Used announce more 15th anniversary shows

Earlier this yearThe Used embarked on a North American tour for their fifteenth anniversary and it looks like they’re showing no signs of slowing down. The band will be heading out on a second leg of their anniversary tour, once again playing their first two albums (2002′s The Used and 2004′s In Love and Death) over the course of two nights in each city along the way.

You can check out the dates and locations they’ll be playing below.

The Used released a live, acoustic album aptly titled Live and Acoustic at The Palace on April 1, 2016.