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Brawlers release new music video for “Annabel”

Things get a little bit apocalyptic in this new music video from Leads pop punk group, Brawlers, for their track “Annabel”. In this B-movie spoof, their music causes masses of people to go a little bit loopy, a la 28 Days Later or The Cell. Check out the video below.

The song comes from their latest album, Romantic Errors of Our Youth, which was released back in April via Alcopop! Records.

Music Video: Set It Off – “Forever Stuck in Our Youth”

Florida pop-punks Set It Off have premiered a music video for their song ”Forever Stuck in Our Youth”. You can watch the video below.

“Forever Stuck in Our Youth” is taken from Set It Off’s latest album Duality, which was released last October through Equal Vision Records.

Music Video: Get at Me – “Closer to You”

Get at Me have premiered a music video for their song “Closer to You”. You can watch the video below.

“Closer to You” is taken from Get at Me’s new EP Body/Mind Complex, which was released last March, and is available for streaming on their Bandcamp page.

Live Video: La Armada at Chicago’s Cobra Lounge

Chicago hardcore maniacs La Armada performed a live session at Chicago’s Cobra Lounge in June of 2015.

You can watch the session below.

The band’s latest EP Crisis was released on May 13th through Profane Existence and Fat Sandwich Recor. Make sure you check them out on tour.

Video: Members of P.O. Box perform a cappella tribute to Fat Wreck Chords 1990-1999

Two members of French ska-punk act P.O. Box, along with some friends, have put together another awesome vocal arrangement. This time, they are doing a tribute to Fat Wreck Chords from 1990-1999.

Check it out below!

This medley is just one in a series of a cappella punk rock medleys that this group have been doing for the last year or so and they’ve just put together a kickstarter to fund an entire album of their work.  You can learn more and check out some of the previous medleys (Rancid, NOFX, NUFAN) here.

New Video Premiere: “Of Mice And Men” by Chaos Delivery Machine

Hermosa Beach, CA punk trio Chaos Delivery Machine (featuring members of Pennywise and 98 Mute) has premiered a new video for their track “Of Mice And Men” (eat your heart out, Steinbeck!) off their highly anticipated upcoming sophomore album BURN MOTHERFUCKER, BURN, which is set to release next Friday, July 10th via Hardline Entertainment.

Check it out below.

Music Video: No Fun – “Ode an die Freude”

German garage/punk rock act No Fun have premiered a music video for their song ”Ode an die Freude”. You can watch the video below.

“Ode an die Freude” is taken from No Fun’s upcoming album How I Spent My Bummer Vacation, which is due for release on September 18th, 2015 via Concrete Jungle Records.

Video: Lifeline Lost (melodic hardcore) premiere video for “My Demise”

Finnish melodic hardcore act Lifeline Lost have released their first music video for the song “My Demise,” and you can check it out below.

The song is off of the band’s debut album, No Room for Hate, which came out earlier this year.

Video: ALL plays “Breakin’ Up” live at Amnesia Rockfest

Colorado punks All played this year’s Amnesia Rockfest, which took place June 18th-21st in Montebello, Canada.  In case you missed it, you can watch All play “Breakin’ Up” below.

Iona Grove (melodic hardcore) release music video for “Redwoods”

Denver melodic hardcore band Iona Grove have released a new music video for their song “Redwoods,” and you can check it out below.

The track is taken from the band’s new EP Breathe, which was released in January. Head over to their Bandcamp page to give it a listen.

Horror Section & Eaten Back To Life release collaborative 8-bit music video

Horror pop-punk partners-in-crime Horror Section and Eaten Back To Life have collaborated with animator extraordinaire Aaron Romero to release an 8-bit music video for two tracks from their 2014 split LP.

Romero says the video was inspired by classic horror films like Nightmare on Elm Street and Phantasm. Check it out for yourself below.

The bands’ split LP titled Split In Two was released last September through Eccentric Pop Records, and it can be streamed in full here.

Aspiga release “Fortunes” music video

New Jersey indie-punk band Aspiga released a music video for their song “Fortunes,” which you can watch here.

“Fortunes” appears on Aspiga’s album What Happened to You?, which was released in November 2014 via Paper + Plastick Records.

Titus Andronicus release fifteen minute short film, “The Magic Morning”

New Jersey prog-punk band Titus Andronicus have released a short film titled “The Magic Morning / Beside Himself.” The video is composed of six tracks off the band’s upcoming album, The Most Lamentable Tragedy, and consists of what the band calls “the album’s second act.” Vocalist Patrick Stickles said of the video:

“People have been putting [Titus Andronicus] in a box for too long. We can do anything we decide to be our will, and I am proud to say this little movie was done entirely ‘in-house,’ in one day. Doubt and deny are your own peril.”

You can watch the video below.

Titus Andronicus will release their new album, The Most Lamentable Tragedy, on August 7, 2015 through Merge Records. It is the follow up to their 2012 LP, Local Business.

Burning Down Alaska release music video for “Clockwork”

German melodic hardcore act Burning Down Alaska have released a new music video for their track “Clockwork,” and you can check it out below.

The song is off the group’s debut EP Values & Virtues, which was released in March 2015 through Redfield Records.

New Video: Our Last Night – “Road To The Throne”

New Hampshire post hardcore group Our Last Night have released another brand new music video. It’s for the third single off their recently-released fifth studio album, “Younger Dreams.” The song is called “Road To The Throne,” and you can check it out below. While the video takes place at the beach, I can confirm to you that it is 100% not a New Hampshire beach…

“Younger Dreams” was released on June 16th, and was self-produced/mixed/mastered.

The album is a follow-up to 2012′s Age of Ignorance, which was released on Epitaph Records. Check out the band live all summer on the Vans Warped Tour.