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Cook Bag streaming new EP

A few months ago, we did a Band Spotlight on an up-and-coming punk band from Boston called Cook Bag. Well, they’re back, and they just released a brand new 5-song EP.

If you enjoyed the band’s single “June 4th”, I recommend checking out EP II below. And be sure to head over to their bandcamp page to grab a copy if you like what you hear.



Shirley D. Pressed (German melodic punk) streaming new album “Rust”

German melodic punks Shirley D. Pressed have been around since 2007, but it’s taken them a decade to release their first full-length album. Rust came out today, July 21st, through Thousand Islands Records. You can give the 15-song record a listen below.

If you like what you hear, support the band by grabbing a copy of the album. Head over to their bandcamp page to buy Rust digitally or on CD.



Energy stream new EP “Under the Mask”

Boston punks Energy just released their new EP Under the Mask, and it’s now available to stream.

Give the EP a listen below, and head over to their bandcamp page to grab it digitally or on CD.

The band will be embarking on a UK tour with Miss Vincent later this month.



Goldfinger stream new album “The Knife”

Goldfinger‘s new album The Knife was released today, July 21st, through Rise Records. The album is streaming is available to stream on Spotify. Head over here to give the record a listen.

The Knife is Goldfinger’s first LP in nearly a decade, following 2008’s Hello Destiny. The band will be touring in support of the record this summer. See if they’re playing near you below.



Cheap Whine releases debut self-titled album (and it’s really quite good)

Ottawa’s Cheap Whine released their debut album on Drunken Sailor Records. Fast, fun garage pop punk. The instrumentation has a quick & dirty sound reminiscent of late 70s punk, but sounds just right. You can buy the digital album off bandcamp for £5 (Five GBP, which I assume stands for “Great British Phun-money”), which comes out to around six and a half Trump Bux.

Man, writing for DyingScene just ruins my wallet. Two songs into this album, and I bought it. Check out the stream below!



Active Slaughter (Punk) release video for “Sea Shepherd”

London punks Active Slaughter have released a music video for the song “Sea Shepherd” which is featured on their new record “Tomorrow’s Too Late”. Watch the video below.

The band, who are known for their lyrics focusing on animal rights, had this to say about the song:

“We’d like to dedicate this new song and video to all those amazingly brave activists who risk their lives and freedom for the Sea Shepherd campaigns in defense of our ocean’s beautiful inhabitants.”

“Tomorrow’s Too Late” was released on July 17th via Grow Your Own Records.



BURN (Hardcore) stream new song “Ill Together” from their upcoming album “Do or Die”

Hardcore act BURN are streaming their new single “Ill Together” from the upcoming album “Do or Die” which will be released on September 8th via Deathwish Inc.

You can listen to the song and check out the track listing from the album below.



The Domestics (Hardcore Punk) stream teaser track “Don’t Tell Me What Love Is”

UK hardcore punk band The Domestics are streaming a teaser track from their upcoming album “Cherry Blossom Life”.

“Cherry Blossom Life” will be released on August 4th via TNS Records. They will also be releasing a 7″ of cover songs called “Pissing On Perfection” on the same date!

Check out the new single called “Don’t Tell Me What Love Is”, along with a cover of “Distort Japan” by GAUZE below.



Famous Offspring song gets “hillbilly” treatment in a great cover from The Punk Rock Hillbilly

The Punk Rock Hillbilly, a group that covers your favorite “Epifat” era punk songs bluegrass style, are streaming a cover of The Offspring’s “Self Esteem” on their release B Sides. You heard it right, a hillbilly folk version of a punk classic! If that doesn’t entice you then I don’t know what will!

Check it out below and see what you think.

 



World War Me (Rock) release two music videos in anticipation of debut album


Brimming with early 2000’s pop punk-isms akin to My Chemical Romance, Alkaline Trio, and New Found Glory; Chicago natives World War Me are gearing up to release their debut album via SharpTone Records later this year.

In anticipation, the band has released videos for two new singles which you can watch below.



69 Enfermos (Skate-Punk) stream new album “A Place To Call Home”

Columbian skate punk act 69 Enfermos are streaming their new album “A Place To Call Home” in full. If you’re a fan of 90’s skate-punk then give it a listen below.

The band will commence their first European tour later this month.

“A Place To Call Home” was released on July 17th via Morning Wood Records.



Dashboard Confessional and All American Rejects cover each other to commemorate tour

Dashboard Confessional and All American Rejects have covered each others songs to commemorate their tour. The bands renditions of “Move Along” and “Hands Down” can be listened to below.

The band’s are currently touring together, playing shows for a month straight.



Hightides (California easycore/pop-punk) stream new album “Things I Can’t Explain”

Pismo Beach easycore punks Hightides are streaming their entire new album “Things I Can’t Explain”. Give it a listen below.

“Things I Can’t Explain” was released on July 14th and is the band’s latest release since “All American Summer” in October 2015.



Spirits (Hardcore) release details for upcoming album “Unrest”

Boston straight edge band Spirits  have released details of their upcoming album “Unrest”. You can listen to the two songs streaming and check the tracklist out below.

“Unrest” is the bands second LP and will be released on September 8th.



Resistors release new ‘Pay What You Want’ EP ‘Everything is Cool, Dudes’

Brooklyn based melodic punk act Resistors has just surprised us all with a new EP. ‘Everything is Cool, Dudes’ is out immediately for ‘Pay What You Want’.

Head down below to check it out.