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Outline in Color premieres new song, “Eat Your Heart Out”

Tulsa, Oklahoma  metalcore band Outline in Color are premiering a brand-new song off of their soon to be released album, Struggle, which will hit the shelves on March 11th.  You can get a taste for their sound by checking out the lyric video for their single, “Eat Your Heart Out,” below.

Struggle will be Outline in Color’s follow-up to their 2014 album, Masks.



Tragic Hearts (pop-punk) stream new song and EP “Drugged Out On Danger”

Toronto pop-punk band Tragic Hearts are streaming a new song along with the rest of their newest EP Drugged Out On Danger. The EP is set for release on February 19th, but for now you can stream one of the songs below and check the rest of it out here.

Drugged Out On Danger will serve as a follow-up to the group’s 2013 self-titled EP.



Music Video: Simmer (ambient-punk) – “Sinewy”

Cheshire ambient punkers Simmer have released a rather dark music video for a brand new song called “Sinewy”. The song is a previously unheard one from their upcoming LP Paper Prisms, accompanying 2 other tracks that the band has uploaded as a taste of things to come. You can take a look at the video and stream the other 2 songs below.

Paper Prisms will be the band’s first LP and scheduled for release on February 29th via Dog Knights Productions.



Call To Reason (pop-punk) stream new EP “To Move On & Mend”

Montreal pop-bunkers Call To Reason have put their debut EP To Move On & Mend up for streaming over on their Bandcamp Page. The sounds of classic 90s pop-punk and the more modern take on the genre seem to be what these guys are after and they pull it off very nicely.

You can give the EP a listen below.



Wayne Kennedy (acoustic punk) streaming new song “Anxiety”

Port Hope based acoustic/folk/punk aficionado Wayne Kennedy recently released a brand new song called “Anxiety”. The song, backed by a video, is one of his newer tracks set to appear on his upcoming EP Trainwrecks. Check it out below.

Trainwrecks has no official release date as of yet, stay tuned for details. It will serve as a follow-up to his debut self-titled EP, which was released last year.



Thief Club posts lyric video for new song – “Talk About Me”

Hit The Lights frontman Nick Thompson’s side project, Thief Club, has a lyric video out for their new song, “Talk About Me.” Check it out below.

The track, which features guest vocals from Matty Arsenault of A Loss For Words, comes from the band’s new album, Just Give Up, which is due out April 29th on We Are Triumphant Records. You can preorder it here.

The album serves as a follow up to Thief Club’s debut album, My Heavy, which came out in February 2014.



Blaqk Audio stream new song “Anointed”

Blaqk Audio have released a new song titled “Anointed.” The song is the first song off the electronica duo’s still untitled (but may very well be titled Anointed*) third album, and you can hear it below.

*That’s pure speculation and in no way official.

Blaqk Audio’s last album, Bright Black Heaven, was released in September 2012 on Superball Music. No word on when the new album will be released yet.



Spanish Love Songs stream ‘Giant Sings the Blues (Extended Version)’

This past Tuesday we told you that Los Angeles based Spanish Love Songs had signed with Wiretap Records and would be re-releasing their debut album, Giant Sings the Blues, with three additional tracks. We already brought you a stream of one new song, “Paper Cups,” but now you can hear the entire Extended Version of the record via New Noise right here.

Giant Sings The Blues (Extended Version) will be available this Friday, February 12t, 2016 through Wiretap Records. You can stream the entire record over at Wiretap’s Bandcamp site.



In the Meantime (Boston punk) announce east coast tour dates

Bring your dates (or your sad, lonely hearts) to see Boston punks In the Meantime as they storm around the East Coast on a mini-tour this Valentine’s Day weekend.  You can find all the tour dates below.  As the band so eloquently puts it, “Save on the flowers and chocolates and go hang out, because unlike your past dates, In The Meantime promises not to sneak off to bone an ex!”

In the meantime (ok, pun intended), you can check out some mighty fine tunes from a split they put out with fellow Boston punks Order 66.  You can stream Banana Split below, or buy it here.



Knuckle Puck release music video for song “Pretense”

Pop-punks Knuckle Puck have released a new music video for their song “Pretense” which was on their debut full-length “Copacetic”, released last year through Rise Records.

Check out the new music video below.



Pkew Pkew Pkew (pop punk) stream “Mid-20s Skateboarder” off upcoming LP

New pop-punk band Pkew Pkew Pkew are streaming a track called “Mid 20s Skateboarder” off their upcoming self-titled record due out this year on Royal Mountain Records. You can check it out below.

The record will be a follow up to a two-track EP called “Asshole Pandemic” released October 2014.



Petrol Girls (feminist post-hardcore) stream upcoming EP “Some Thing”

Today we are stoked to bring you the exclusive US premiere of feminist post-hardcore band Petrol Girls upcoming EP “Some Thing”. If you’re unfamiliar with the band, their music combines manic jagged rhythms with vocals that range from furious screaming to intricate melodies and harmonies. Drawing direct influence from Refused, White Lung, Bikini Kill, Fugazi, RVIVR, Propagandhi, At The Drive-In and War On Woman, I think most of you will find something you like about this band.

Petrol Girls identify explicitly as a feminist band and draw on personal experiences to challenge and ridicule sexism, as well as exploring wider political themes, such as alienation, mental health and the current anti-austerity movement.

“Some Thing” is slated for a multi label release on February 19th through Bomber Music (pre-order) in the UK, Laser Life Records (pre-order) in the EU and Panic State Records (pre-order) in the US.

Give the album a listen below.



Grader (Hardcore) streams new EP “Wholly”

Aberdeen, Scotland hardcore band Grader have put out a new EP called “Wholly.” It gets a physical form release on August 2nd, however you can still download it from their bandcamp. You can also stream the new 4-track EP below.



Old Man Coyote (Punk rock n’ roll) release new EP “The Sick World Of Sane People”

German punk rock n’ rollers Old Man Coyote have just released a new EP “The Sick World Of Sane People.” You can stream the EP below.



New Music: Far From Alaska (Brazil) – “Chills”

New music from Sao Paolo’s Far From Alaska. The five piece rock outfit are streaming the brand new track “Chills” for your listening enjoyment; check it out here.

“Chills” is not yet slated to appear on an upcoming release, but we’ll keep you posted on any changes to that in the forseeable future.