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ToyGuitar streaming new song “Wake The Dead”

toyGuitar are streaming a new song called Wake The Dead.

You can give it a listen below.

The song appears on their upcoming split with Get Dead, The Uprising and Lost In Society, which will be released on October 10th through TrueTrash.

Lay It On The Line offer “A Prelude To The Process” for name your price download

London hardcore band  Lay It On The Line are offering their most recent EP for free. The band released A Prelude To The Process earlier this year, and you can now download it for free via their Bandcamp page.

You can check it out below.

“A Prelude To The Process” is out on CD and download, via Cambridge label Aaahh!! Real Records on March 9th. The album, “Black Museum” will follow late summer.

Homesafe are streaming new EP “Inside Your Head” in its entirety

Oak Lawn, IL pop punk act Homesafe (featuring members of Knuckle Puck) are streaming their new EP Inside Your Head in its entirety.

Give it a listen below!

Homesafe last released their self-titled EP in November 2014.

Make War premiere new song “Against The Rules” off upcoming self-titled album

Brooklyn folk punk act Make War (formally Sad and French) have premiered a song titled “Against The Rules”off their upcoming self-titled album and you can check it out here! The band re-recorded Sad and French’s acoustic self-titled album for Make War’s debut.

The album is slated to be released this fall. Sad and French’s self-titled debut album was released in May 2014 via Black Numbers.

The Brass Action premiere new song “Nothing To See Here” off upcoming album, “No Soundcheck”

Vancouver ska-punks The Brass Action have premiered another song off of their upcoming album, No Soundcheck. Check out “Nothing To See Here” below!

The band have launched an Indiegogo crowd-funding campaign to fund the release of the new album. They’ve currently raised most of their modest $1,500 goal, and there’s still a little time to go before fundraising ends. You can head over here if you’d like to donate to the campaign. Some of the perks for donors include stickers, digital/CD/vinyl copies of the album, and more.

No Soundcheck is set to be released on August 26th, serving as a follow-up to 2013′s Making Waves.

Bear Fight (Southern California punk) stream “Round 2″ EP in full

Southern California punk act Bear Fight are streaming their new EP Round 2 in its entirety. You can check it out below.

Round 2 was released last November on Basement Records, and you can buy a copy for only $4 on Bear Fight’s Bandcamp page.

New Alaska (punk) streams new album, “Western Corners”

U.K. punks New Alaska released Western Corners on July 15th, and you can now stream it below.

The 10-track album is available for purchase here, and the digital download includes artwork and lyrics.

New Alaska most recently released an EP called The Memoir Sings in November of 2013.


Emarosa stream “Gold Dust (Reimagined)”

Post-hardcore band Emarosa unexpectedly released a new EP called Versus Reimagined, and you can stream one of the tracks below.

“Gold Dust (Reimagined)” features guest vocals from Aaron Marsh of the indie rock band Copeland.  The other 3 tracks, ”Say Hello To The Bad Guy,” “Mad” and “I’ll Just Wait,” are also found on the band’s latest album, Versus, which came out in September 2014 via Rise Records.

According to the (very positive) online comments from fans, the new songs are truly a reimagining, as they are a big departure from the band’s usual sound.

The Meanies (Australia) release new single, “There’s a Gap”

Mind the gap!  Australian punks The Meanies have a new single out, and you can check it out below.

The Meanies have been playing since 1999, and still appear to be going strong.  Their latest album, It’s Not Me, It’s You, will be out on September 25th through Poison City Records.

Get Bent streams their entire discography

Although Get Bent is no longer in existence as a band, you can stream the Queens, New York punk act’s entire 10-track legacy, plus a new bonus track, here.  The songs will be released as Discography by Dead Broke Rekerds.

The members of Get Bent went to to play in some great bands, including Iron Chic , Jonesin’, Potboiler, and The State Lottery.

Nerdlinger previews two tracks off of new album, “Trend Setter”

Aussie punk trio Nerdlinger has a new album in the works, and you can listen to a two-song sneak peek below.  ”Hostages” and “Not Life You” are two of the 9 tracks to appear on the band’s new album, Trendsetter, which is set for release on August 7th.

Nerdlinger most recently released Church of Punk Rock back in 2014.

Great Collapse (members of Strike Anywhere, Rise Against, etc.) announce debut full-length “Holy War”, stream new song

Imagine this… Comeback Kid, Rise Against, Set Your Goals, and Strike Anywhere members form a band. Now imagine that they have announced their first full length album.

If you haven’t heard of them before, be prepared to have your mind blown. Great Collapse is a punk band started by Strike Anywhere singer Thomas Barnett with members of Rise Against, Set Your Goals and Comeback Kid (WHAT?!) and I honestly don’t know how that could be any more stacked.

The band is streaming a new song titled “New Abolition” off of their upcoming debut full-length “Holy War” and you can listen to it below. The album is set to drop October 2nd and to support it, they have also announced a European tour with Boysetsfire, Silverstein, Refused, Rise Against, Matt Davies and Antillectual; the dates can also been found below.

“Holy War” is Great Collapse’s latest release since their debut EP “Elemental,” which came out in early 2014. 

Stray from the Path stream new song “First World Problem Child” off upcoming album

Long Island hardcore outfit Stray From The Path have unveiled a new track from their forthcoming “Subliminal Criminals” LP. The song is called “First World Problem Child” and features Sam Carter; vocalist for Brighton four-piece Architects, and you can listen to it here.

“Subliminal Criminals” will be available from the 14th August via Sumerian Records.

MakeWar (formerly Sad and French) stream new song “Against the Rules”

Brooklyn folk punk act MakeWar (formally Sad and French) are streaming their new song “Against the Rules” off of their self-titled debut album. Give it a listen here!

MakeWar recorded the previously acoustic Sad and French LP as a full electric three piece, due to be released this fall on Black Numbers in the US, and Gunner Records in Europe. MakeWar is planning a Fall US and European tour as well as a new full-length, expected to be released late 2015/early 2016.


Stream Jimmy Eat World tribute album “Sing It Back” (Wander, You Vandal, Dan Cribb & the Isolated)

Arizona pop-punk icons Jimmy Eat World changed the game when it comes to pop-punk. Since 2001 they have released hit after hit and have stood the test of time as a wildly popular and influential band of the 2000′s and today; so it is no surprise that a tribute album has been made honoring them. The album is called “Sing It Back” and you can give it a listen below.

The release is curated by Australian pop-punk band Dan Cribb & The Isolated and features the likes of Wander, Long Knives, Burn The City, You Vandal and more. Proceeds from the album will go directly to Unicef’s Nepal Earthquake Children’s Appeal to help raise awareness over the ongoing struggles surrounding the aftershock of the devastating Nepal earthquakes.