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Sum 41 release music video for new song “God Save Us All (Death to Pop)”

Sum 41 have released a music video for a new song titled “God Save Us All (Death to Pop),” which is taken from their upcoming album 13 Voices. Check it out below.

13 Voices is set to release on October 7th through Hopeless Records. It will be the band’s first album in 5 years, following 2011′s Screaming Bloody Murder.

Anti-Flag release music video – “To Hell With Boredom”

Pittsburgh punks Anti-Flag just put out a new tour-type music video for their song, “To Hell With Boredom,” which you can watch below.

The track is from the band’s latest studio album, American Spring, which came out in 2015 on Spinefarm Records.

Anti-Flag recently announced they’re headed to Australia for a short tour to mark the 10th anniversary of their fifth album, For Blood And Empire. If you happen to be in Australia, check out the dates/locations here.

Descendents release new music video – “Shameless Halo”

California punk legends Descendents have a new music video out for their new song, “Shameless Halo.” Check it out below.

The song comes from the band’s new album, Hypercaffium Spazzinate, which they released July 29th via Epitaph Records.

The album is the first full-length from the Descendents since 2004′s Cool To Be You.

Old Wives release music video – “The Grown Up / The Fuck Up”

Fresh off their recent signing to Little Rocket Records, Canadian pop punks Old Wives have released a brand new music video for and old song, “The Grown Up / The Fuck Up.” You can watch said video below.

The track is off Here We Go Again, the band’s split EP with The Blendours, which came out in 2013 on Eccentric Pop Records.

Little Rocket Records will be releasing Old Wives’ back catalog this year, along with a brand new album in 2017.

Cookie Break (pop punk) release new music video – “Unspoken”

Polish pop-punk quintet Cookie Break have a new music video out for their song, “Unspoken,” and you can watch it below.

The song comes off the band’s debut EP, Going Nuts, which you can listen to in its entirety here.

Antillectual release music video for “Europe, This Is Your Final Countdown”

Dutch melodic punks Antillectual have released a music video for their song “Europe, This Is Your Final Countdown.” The video and track feature Strike Anywhere frontman Thomas Barnett.

You can check the music video out below.

This song is taken from Antillectual’s latest album Engage!, which was released in July through Bird Attack Records. Grab a copy here.

MakeWar release video for new song “Sallie”

Brooklyn’s MakeWar (formerly Sad and French) have released a music video for “Sallie,” a new song from their upcoming album Developing a Theory of Integrity. You can check it out below.

Developing a Theory of Integrity is set to release on October 7th through Red Scare Industries.

Music Video: Justice For Reason (Japanese Melodic Hardcore) – “Jinsei”

Japanese melodic hardcore band Justice For Reason has released a music video for their song “Jinsei.” The song comes from an EP of the same name, released on August 10th. You can watch the video below.

The Deadnotes (Pop-Punk) release video for new track “All Tied Up” (feat. Ben Kotin of Such Gold)

German indie/pop-punk band The Deadnotes have released a live session of their new song “All Tied Up” featuring Ben Kotin of Such Gold. You can check the video out below.

“All Tied Up” comes from the band’s upcoming debut album, I’ll Kiss All Fears Out of Your Face, which is set to be released on October 7th via KROD Records. You can find a 3 song preview on the band’s Bandcamp page. The band will also be touring through Germany, you can find tour dates and locations below.

Pennycocks (punk) premiere music video for “C’mon Gipsy” off new album “Fake Gold & Broken Teeth”

Barcelona punk act Pennycocks released their latest album “Fake Gold and Broken Teeth” 2 weeks ago and to properly put it on your radar we’re stoked to premiere a music video for it’s single “C’mon Gipsy” below. Think Pop-Punk meets 77′punk mixed meets soul punk… or just watch the damn video!

“Fake Gold and Broken Teeth” was put out as a co-production between Contra Records (Germany), Bcore Disc (Spain) and Longshot Music (US).

All Get Out unveil music video for “Get My Cut” off upcoming album “No One Likes A Quitter”

SC emocore group All Get Out have released a “Reservoir Dogs” style music video for the song “Get My Cut” off of their upcoming album “No One Likes A Quitter”.

The video is good and the song is great, but decide for yourself and watch it below.

All Get Out’s last release was the “Movement” EP in 2015.

The band is going on an east-coast-plus-texas tour in late October/November and you can click here to see the dates. 

Youth Man release claymation music video for “Look/Wait”

Birmingham art-punk band Youth Man have released a really creepy claymation music video for their song “Look/Wait”; check it out below.

The song comes off of their EP “Wax” which was released back in July via Venn Records.

Music Video: Hoist The Colors – “Mourners”

Los Angeles folk-influenced punk act Hoist the Colors just celebrated the release of their latest album,”Mourners”, and we featured a full album stream which is available here.

Today, the band has premiered a new music video for the album’s title track “Mourners”, which you can check out below.

“Mourners” was released September 24th through Hardline Entertainment and serves as a follow up to their 2012 release “Miles to Go Before We Sleep”.

Music Video: Hang Tight (New Jersey Pop Punk) – “Digital Age”

New Jersey pop punk act Hang Tight have released a video for their song “Digital Age.”

You can check it out below.

“Digital Age” is the bands’ debut single that was released on September 23rd, 2016.

Music Video: Whole Wheat Bread – “Eye for an Eye”

Jacksonville punks Whole Wheat Bread have released a music video for “Eye for an Eye,” which is taken from their upcoming EP Punk Life 2. You can check it out below.

Punk Life 2 is set to be released on November 5th. It will be the band’s first release in 7 years, following their 2009 full-length Hearts of Hoodlums.