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Spraynard announce more spring tour dates and new 7-inch, stream new song – “Bench”

Pennsylvania punks Spraynard are keeping themselves quite busy in 2015, including work on a new album. Now we’re hearing a bit of what that album will sound like, with a new song, “Bench.” Listen below.

The song will be on the band’s Jade Tree Records debut, on which we still don’t have any details. But first, the track will be on their new 7-inch, Bench. That’s due out May 19th via Jade Tree, and you can pre-order it right here.

Spraynard have also added a few shows to their tour schedule. Check out the updated list of dates/locations below the music.



The Smith Street Band release live music video for “Surrender”

Australian folk punks The Smith Street Band just put out a new video in their ‘Live at the Corner Hotel’ series. You can watch “Surrender” below.

The video was recorded at, as you probably guessed, the Corner Hotel in Melbourne/Richmond, back in November. The track is off the band’s latest full-length, Throw Me In The River, which came out in October of last year on SideOneDummy (US), Uncle M Music (Europe), Poison City Records (Australia), and Banquet Records (UK).

The Smith Street Band have about 30 shows planned throughout Europe over the spring and summer, with a lot of festival dates on the list. Check out the dates/locations below the video.



New Music: Wild Roses (Marc Orrell, ex-Dropkick Murphys) – “Safi Rai”


We’re closing in on the end of April, so that means another new track from Wild Roses, the new-ish project fronted by former Dropkick Murphy Marc Orrell. This month’s jam is called “Safi Rai,” and you can check it out below.

Wild Roses put out their debut EP, “Denim,” back in 2013.



Full Album Stream: And So I Watch You From Afar – “Heirs”

Irish progressive-punks And So I Watch You From Afar are currently streaming their upcoming album “Heirs” in its entirety. Check it out here.

“Heirs” will be released May 5th via Sargent House Records and will serve as a follow-up to the group’s 2013 full-length “All Hail Bright Futures.”



Atreyu to release reunion album

Atreyu has just announced they will be releasing their long awaited reunion album this coming September. No other details have yet to be announced, so keep checking back for more details.

The group recently reunited and have since announced plans to release a new album in 2015. The record will be launched via Search And Destroy/Spinefarm Records and will be their first album since 2009′s “Congregation of the Damned.”



River Jumpers streaming new self-titled EP

UK punks River Jumpers are streaming their new self-titled EP in its entirety.

You can give it a listen below.

The EP was released today through FXD Records.



Refused detail new album “Freedom”, stream new track “Elektra”

Swedish hardcore punks Refused will be releasing their new album, Freedom on June 30th via Epitaph Records. You can listen to the first song off the album, “Elektra”, and check out the tracklist and their upcoming tour dates below.

Freedom marks Refused’s first new material since their seminal 1998 album, The Shape Of Punk To Come.



The Story So Far premiere new song “Heavy Gloom”

The Story So Far have premiered another song off of their upcoming self-titled release. Check out “Heavy Gloom” below!

The new album will be released on May 19th through Pure Noise Records. You can pre-order it right here.

This self-titled record will serve as a follow-up to 2013′s What You Don’t See. The band will be supporting its release by touring the US with Four Year StrongTerror, and Souvenirs  this spring.



Neverlearn stream two new songs “Born to Rant” and “A Timeless Masterpiece (Of Shit)”

Finnish melodic hardcore act Neverlearn are streaming two new songs called ”Born to Rant” and “A Timeless Masterpiece (Of Shit)”. You can check them out below.

“Born to Rant” and “A Timeless Masterpiece (Of Shit)” are likely taken from an upcoming release that Neverlearn are currently recording. We’ll keep you posted as more details on anything from Neverlearn come to light.



Upinatem stream new song “The Gospel According to Erinyes”

Idaho-based skate punk act Upinatem are streaming their new song ”The Gospel According to Erinyes”, which serves as the first track from their upcoming album Groundhog Years. You can listen to the song below.

Groundhog Years is due for release on June 1st, 2015, and will serve as the follow-up to 2008′s Democracide. The band last released a live album, entitled Same Songs Only Shittier, in 2010.



Wisdom In Chains (hardcore) stream new song “Violent Americans”

Pennsylvania hardcore band Wisdom In Chains have premiered a new song titled “Violent Americans” off their forthcoming new album The God Rhythm and you can give it a listen below.

“The God Rythm” is slated for release June 30 through Fast Break! Records.



Royal Psalms (members Crime In Stereo, Daytrader) stream debut EP “I Could Have Been Anything”

Royal Psalms, the Brooklyn-based quartet made up of members of Daytrader , Crime In Stereo, and Aficionado, are streaming their debut EP “I Could Have Been Anything” below.

The EP was released today through Rise Records.



Great Lakes USA stream new song “Shaking Hands”

Boston-area punk band Great Lakes USA are streaming their new song “Shaking Hands” off of their upcoming album “Stumblin’ Distance” which is set to drop June 1st. Check it out below.

“Stumbling Distance” will be put out through Coffeebreath And Heartache (they will be handling vinyl) & Black Numbers (CD & Digital).

The band’s latest album “Live Fast, Die Whenever” was released on November 6,  2012 through Black Numbers.



Damn Broads release new video for “Nature of the Game”

The female-lead punk band from Connecticut Damn Broads have released a new music video for their song “Nature of the Game” and you can check it out below.

The video is a BlankTV world premiere and comes off of their most recent album “Guilty As Charged”.



Self Defense Family announce new 7-inch

New York post hardcore band Self Defense Family has announced a new 7″. The A-side features the track ‘Talia’, which is taken from the bands forthcoming new album, and ‘Taxying’ on the B-side, but it will only be limited to a one-time pressing of just 1000 copies, and is available to pre-order from Deathwise Inc. now.

The band last released 2 split 7-inches with Los Angeles screamo/hardcore group Touché Amoré and San Franscisco punk/garage band Creative Adult on March 10th.