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Live Video: G.A.S Drummers – “Yours To Discover”

Spanish punk rock band G.A.S Drummers were recently in the studio with School House Live where they recorded and filmed a live version of their track, “Yours To Discover.” The video was recorded and shot in one day on the heels of the band’s Canadian tour, where they did shows with Propagandhi and Iron Chic.

You can watch the video below.

G.A.S Drummers last release includes their 2013 full-length, We Got The Light. 



Stinky (Hardcore, FR) release video for “Storm Surge”

French hardcore punk band Stinky have debuted a new video on YouTube channel Blank TV. The video is for “Storm Surge”, the second track from their new album “From Dead-End Street“, which came out last month. 

You can watch the video below.



Gogol Bordello release live video for “Did It All”

Gogol Bordello have released a live video for “Did It All”, the album opener from their recent “Seekers and Finders” LP. The live performance has been released to mark the band’s December UK headline tour.

You can watch the footage, filmed at the Capitol Theatre in NY back in August, below.



Green Day release music video for new song “Back in the USA”

Today marks the release of Green Day‘s new greatest hits album God’s Favorite Band. The career-spanning compilation features a brand new song titled “Back in the USA,” which the band has released a music video for. Check it out below.

God’s Favorite Band is the Green Day’s second greatest hits album, following 2001’s International Superhits. Their latest studio album Revolution Radio was released in 2016.



Music Video: 18 Miles – “Millennial Waste”

Dutch hardcore band 18 Miles have released a music video for their song “Millennial Waste.” This track is one of the band’s singles and is reminiscent of early 90s classic hardcore. The music video is shot all home-movie style and reflects the energy and feelings of the band pretty well.

You can watch the video below.

“Millennial Waste” serves as a follow up the group’s latest EP, The Grey, which was released in March of this year.



GBH premiere “Liquid Paradise (The Epic)” ahead of new album

Classic UK punks GBH have released another song from their upcoming album, “Momentum.” The album will release this Friday via Hellcat Records.

Check out the song below!

Always cool to see some of the older bands from the UK (or anywhere, for that matter) like GBH and The Adicts still active.



The Varukers release video for “Bullets, Bombs & Bodies”

UK punk legends The Varukers have released a video the song “Bullets, Bombs & Bodies”. The video is just as you imagine a Varukers video would be; lots of protesters throwing stuff at coppers! It also contains lyrics. Watch it below.

This is the second track the band have released a video for off their new album Damned And Defiant. The album is out now and you can buy a copy here.



Music Video: Movements – “Daylily”

O.C. post-hardcore/emo act Movements have released a music video for their track “Daylily.” You can watch it below.

“Daylily” is taken from the band’s debut album Feel Something, which was released on October 20, 2017 via Fearless Records. On the inspiration for the song lead singer Patrick Miranda stated: My current girlfriend is the inspiration for this song. [During her ongoing treatment for mental illness] there would be a lot of bad days, but there would also be good days. She called the good ones her ‘pink cloud days.’ When she was going through another tough time last year I wrote this song for her.



Pianos Become The Teeth premiere music video for new track “Charisma”

Baltimore post-hardcore band Pianos Become The Teeth have released a music video for their new song “Charisma,” which you can watch below.

“Charisma” is taken from the band’s upcoming album release titled Wait For Love. The album is set to drop on February 16th, 2018. You can find the tracklist below the video and find pre-orders here.



Days N Daze perform two songs for Bridge City Sessions

Houston’s Days N Daze recently performed their songs “Wholesome Failure” and “Day Gaunts” for Bridge City Sessions.

You can check out that video below.

Days N Daze last released Crustfall on March 23rd, 2017.



The Dollyrots release video for “Just Because I’m Blonde”

LA based pop punk duo The Dollyrots have released a video for “Just Because I’m Blonde”. The track is from the band’s recent full length, “Whiplash Splash”, which came out in March this year.

You can watch the video below.



Authority Zero release video for “First One In The Pit”

Authority Zero have a new video up for “First One In The Pit”. The track is from their recent album, “Broadcasting to the Nations,” which came out back in June on Bird Attack Records.

You can watch the video below.



Lionheart release video for “Cursed”

California hardcore veterans Lionheart have released another video from their “Welcome To The West Coast II” album. “Cursed” is from the record, out now on Fast Break Records. Various physicals are up for order now.

You can watch the video below.



Neck Deep Release Music Video For “Parachute”

Emotional pop punkers Neck Deep are allowing fans to stream a video for their track “Parachute”. The tune has been taken from the band’s recent full-length, The Peace and The Panic, which was released via Hopeless Records in August. Ben Barlow, the five-piece’s vocalist, had the following to say about the song:

“Parachute is one of the ‘different’ songs for Neck Deep on The Peace and the Panic. It’s a song about wanderlust, the desire to travel, see the world and change your life in a profound way. Something I felt very strongly growing up and still do now. There’s a love element to the song too, because if you can experience things with someone special that’s even better.”

In addition to the music video, Neck Deep have a North American tour planned for January. We’ve listed the dates and included the video for “Parachute” below.A



Jaya The Cat Stream Music Video For “Amsterdam”

Holland-based dub-drunk punks Jaya The Cat are allowing fans to stream their latest music video for their tune “Amsterdam”. The track is taken from the band’s forthcoming record A Good Day For The Damned which is due for release on November 17 through Bomber Music.

Speaking about the song chosen, vocalist Geoff Lagadec had the following to say:

“It’s always amused me how Amsterdam has the reputation as the epicentre of hedonism in Europe and how it stacks up against reality. People come here with the expectation of it being totally mad, but most bars close at one on the weekdays. I was walking home drunk one night thinking about this. I stopped on the bridge over the canal in front of my house and thought, ‘you know what? This city is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever seen and I love it.'”

In addition to the video and album, Jaya The Cat have a short stint of tour dates planned for the UK this December. You can check out the dates, along with “Amsterdam” below.