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Every Time I Die release “Map Change” video

Every Time I Die have released a music video for “Map Change”, which appears on their latest album Low Teens. You can check it out below.

Low Teens came out in September, 2016 through Epitaph Records.

Bouncing Souls release “Satellite” video

New Jersey punk veterans The Bouncing Souls have released a music video for “Satellite”, taken from their latest album Simplicity. Check it out below.

Simplicity came out in July, 2016 through Rise Records.

Pet Symmetry (emo/pop-punk) reveal new track “You & Me & Mt. Hood”

Chicago songsmiths Pet Symmetry have released the latest song off their up coming album Vision, set for release on May 26th via Polyvinyl Record Company. “You & Me & Mt. Hood” is a soft but stupidly catchy offering, sure to get you excited about the album if you weren’t already.

You can preorder Vision here and check out “You & Me & Mt. Hood” below.

Blink-182 unveil new track “6-8” with lyric video

blink-182-bored-to-death-videoThe boys are back at it again. This time, they bring us “6-8” which is one of the eleven new tracks added to the deluxe edition of California. They’ve also brought us another lyric video (I’m sensing a trend here) and it is one that they could hang on the fridge proudly. If you could hang videos on fridges in the first place. Someday.

The California deluxe edition drops on May 19th, and you can preorder it here. I never took Blink for arts n’ crafts enthusiasts, but the video is pretty sweet all the same. Check it out below.

DS Exclusive: Odd Robot premiere new video for “Knife and a Cigarette”

Southern California pop-punk band Odd Robot have premiered a new video for their song, “Knife and a Cigarette.”

The band has signed to Wiretap Records, and will be reissuing their newest album, “A Late Night Panic,” on the label this spring.

I can definitely hear the Descendents and Alkaline Trio influences. I’ll be grabbing the LP. If you can’t wait til the reissue, you can check out the album at bandcamp.

You can check out the new video below.

It Gets Worse premieres music video for ska infused cover of Screeching Weasel’s “Cool Kids”

Seattle ska band It Gets Worse have released a video for their cover of Screeching Weasel’s “Cool Kids.”

The relocated Wyomingites will be releasing their debut album in July.

You can see the video below, but if you prefer your ska without the visual of townies tossing empty beer cans willy-nilly, you can check out the song on bandcamp.

Music Video: Darko – “Just A Short Line”

UK skate punkers Darko have premiered a music video for their track “Just A Short Line” via Skatepunkers. You can watch the video here.

The track is taken from the band’s latest album, “Bonsai Mammoth,” which was released on February 3 via Lockjaw Records & Bird Attack Records.

Music Video: Otoboke Beaver – “Love Is Short”

Kyoto, Japan based all female punk band Otoboke Beaver have premiered a pinky violence inspired music video for the track “Love Is Short.” You can watch it below.

“Love Is Short” is taken from an EP of the same name, which was recently released on March 24. You can listen to the EP in full here.

Music Video: SHADOWS – “Into The Line”

Japanese post-hardcore band SHADOWS have premiered a music video for their new track “Into The Line.” You can check it out below.

“Into The Line” is taken from the band’s recently released debut album “Illuminate,” which was released today on April 26 via Maximum-10 Records. The band is set to tour across Japan in support of their debut album, beginning on May 11, you can find tour dates and locations below the video.

Music Video: Scarboro – “Here Comes The Hangover”

New York punk rock outfit Scarboro have released a video for their track “Here Comes The Hangover”

You can check it out here.

“Here Comes The Hangover” is the title track off the bands’ latest album which was released on February 3rd.

Rozwell Kid premiere lyric video for “UHF on DVD”

Indie punk act Rozwell Kid have released a lyric video for their song “UHF on DVD”

You can check out the video below.

“UHF on DVD” comes from the bands’ upcoming album, Precious Art, which is set to be released on June 23rd via SideOneDummy.

Hospital Job (members of The Copyrights) perform “Damn These Vampires” on Live From The Rock Room

Illinois pop punk act Hospital Job (featuring drummer Luke McNeill of The Copyrights on guitar and vocals) recently stopped by Live From The Rock Room to perform their song “Damn These Vampires.”

You can check out that performance below.

“Damn These Vampires” comes from the bands 2016 split with The Capitalist Kids, which was released via Rad Girlfriend Records.

Last Hounds release music video for “DOA”

UK hip-hop punkers Last Hounds have released a brand new video for their song “DOA.” You can view it below.

“DOA” is featured on Last Hounds’ upcoming EP “Old Dreams” which is due for release May 19th. They previously streamed their first single “Listen ( To Me)” which you can listen (to here).

Goldenboy (Norwegian punk) release music video for “The Escape”

Norwegian punk act Goldenboy have released a brand new video for their song “The Escape.” You can watch said video below. “The Escape” was originally released on Goldenboy’s  album “Lesson 3: Arts and Crafts”, which is due for a vinyl re-release this May. 

Goldenboy previously released a music video for this song last January. You can watch it here.

The Siknotes (punk, UK) release video for “Drunk and Dischorderly” and announce European tour dates

UK session-core punks The Siknotes have released a video for their track “Drunk and Dischorderly”. The tune is from a forthcoming album, which is due for release via Morning Wood Records later this summer. The visuals have been directed by the band’s tour driver, Dave, and the track itself was recorded by King Awesome aka Cadefunk. 

Along with the video release, the band are embarking on a European tour this May and June, which will see them hit up nine cities. If you’re planning on getting out and watching The Siknotes on their “Getting Schwifty Tour”, or want to watch “Drunk and Dischorderly” ahead of the record’s full release, just take a look below.