Restore is the follow-up to Evening Call’s self-titled EP, which was released last June.
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Sunday, November 29, 2015 at 12:50 PM (PST) by ChrisDude
Create // Destroy will be released this coming Friday, December 4th.
Friday, November 27, 2015 at 3:06 PM (PST) by Johnny X
Melodic punk fans looking for a combination of Midwestern pop-punk sensibilities and 90′s nostalgia, get stoked cuz I’m handing you this little gem on a silver platter. South Bend, IN based punk band, The Distractions have just released their second full-length “Union” through Smoking Cat Records and if you haven’t heard of them yet, don’t worry, neither had I until just now. That’s no reflection on their talent though. I guarantee you’ll dig them 30 seconds into the first track so plug your headphones in and get listening below.
Friday, November 27, 2015 at 2:22 PM (PST) by bob9746
Here’s what the band had to say about the track:
A lot of people in our focus groups have told us one thing: “We need a BIG rock anthem with great big windmill riffs, foot-stomping drums and lyrics about partying almost to the extent of death.” We listened. And delivered. Here it is, a big-beat beer-soaked barroom brawler boogie celebrating living life to its fullest, on the edge: Hot For Nietzsche.
Snag yourself a download of “Hot For Nietzsche” here.
Friday, November 27, 2015 at 2:03 PM (PST) by The Dead Sparrows
Ex-members of The Dead Sparrows recently took DanO’s The Barefoot Sailor project and turned it into a full working band. The Barefoot Sailors are now streaming and offering a free download of their new song “Davy Jones’s Locker”, which will be part a 7″ they are releasing early 2016.
Give it a listen below (it’s good!).
Friday, November 27, 2015 at 12:57 PM (PST) by vdubowner
Vancouver based The Greatest Sons have released a new EP entitled “Play Through The Pain, Sing Through The Strain” and made it available to stream in full. The release serves as a follow up to their debut EP “We’ll Take The Road” which came out in 2013.
You can give the album a listen below.
“Play Through The Pain, Sing Through The Strain” is digitally available on Bandcamp and will soon be available on vinyl.
Friday, November 27, 2015 at 12:39 PM (PST) by CastleHooligan
A year ago, Jay Navarro (Suicide Machines, Break Anchor, Hellmouth) and Eric Abbey (1592, Abbsinthe) came together to write some ska and reggae tunes. After a short while the two had a bunch of songs and decided that it would be a great idea to put together a band. They did and with Arubis as the third vocalist it all began. Ken Hass (Reverend Guitars), Jason Millbauer ( Bad Assets), Scott Vesey (Trace the Veins) and Steve Kachanowski (Telegraph) joined up and the Traitors were born.
A couple jams later and the band went into Mount Doom studio to record this debut. Asbestos Records will be putting out the full 9 tracks that have been by Agent Jay ( Slackers, Crazy Baldhead). Enjoy the first listen of tracks “Deeper” and “Water” below.
Stay Tuned for the full-length “Criminals and Lions” out of Asbestos Records soon.
Friday, November 27, 2015 at 11:55 AM (PST) by pattyolantern
Toronto hardcore punk act SAGO have recently emerged on to the scene with the release of their debut EP City-Wide Garbage Strike. If you’re looking for fast, raw, in your face hardcore then be sure to give this a listen below.
If you dig it you can download the release for free over at their Bandcamp page.
Friday, November 27, 2015 at 11:29 AM (PST) by Jonathan Lyte
Pittsburg punk veterans Anti-Flag have decided to celebrate Black Friday a little differently this year. In conjunction with A-F Records, the band has released digital rips for 6 rare 7-inches on the label’s Bandcamp page. This includes the Kill Kill Kill, Emigre, and splits with Bad Genes, Against All Authority, Obnoxious, and God Squad. These 6 releases along with the entire A-F Records catalogue have been set to free or pay what you can download.
The label and band offered the following statement in an email received by most Bandcamp users:
“black friday is bullshit. for a lot of reasons. so this year i wanted to do something a little different.
i’ve put up 6 super rare anti-flag 7-inches on our bandcamp page and made them available for free / pay what you can download. these are vinyl rips, captured directly from the records themselves. ripping these records was actually one of the first things i did when we re-launched A-F Records a few years ago, and i’m stoked that you all can hear them, they are punk as fuck.
The rest of the A-F Records catalog is also available for free / pay what you can download. that’s over 60 records. if you can afford to throw a couple of bucks to a release or two, know that you’re directly supporting independent punk rock music, and every single one of your dimes is going to our artists and also future releases. if you can’t afford that, that’s cool too. download some music. be inspired. let punk rock change your life. start a band.
head here to download them: https://a-frecords.bandcamp.com/
we are thankful for this community and the solace that we’ve found here. be good to one another, we are all that we have.
peace and love,
stowe, #2, head, justin, pat, jesse, code, massie, & steve
p.s. corporate rock is still a fucking scam”
As mentioned before, you can head right to the A-F Records bandcamp page and get your fill of punk music. Check it all out here and get it before it’s gone!
Canadian hardcore band Hellbent are now officially streaming their newest EP EP2 in full over at Bandcamp. Recorded in 3 days early in 2015, the new EP finds the band on a new and aggressive level but still keeping to their classic hardcore grit. They will also be playing a few Canadian shows in support of this new release. Take a listen to the EP and see those dates below.
EP2 is the group’s sophomore release and serves as a follow-up to their 2014 self-titled EP.
Thursday, November 26, 2015 at 5:35 PM (PST) by jaystone
Todd Beene, perhaps best known in these parts for his kick ass pedal steel work with Lucero or, more recently, with Chuck Ragan and the Camaraderie, has released the second track from his upcoming solo album, “I Can’t Be Serious.” The new track is called “There’s Nowhere Farther Than Tomorrow,” and you can hear it below.
As you may recall, “I Can’t Be Serious” is a project with no official release date yet, but it finds Beene writing, recording and releasing a new track every (roughly) ten days. You can still check out the first track, “We Miss You, right here, and stay tuned for more in the coming weeks! Just don’t mess with his family his friends or his dog…then it’s on.
Thursday, November 26, 2015 at 1:25 PM (PST) by potatojoe
The tune chronicles a pivotal moment in Scott’s life. He writes:
“A few years ago I found myself in a pretty bad situation. Estranged from my wife and kid, living on my friends floor, as far from sober as I could be, watching and letting my entire life fall to pieces. It was a pretty dark period. I took a long hard look in the mirror and realized I had 2 choices.. get your act together..or just give up. I chose to get my act together and took every step necessary to do so. No pity parties. Man Up. That’s what I did.
A couple years later I was in the house I grew up in visiting my folks with my wife and kids. I started reflecting on a lot of stuff. Thinking about how life would be different if I hadn’t made that choice. I have a lot of friends I miss dearly ’cause they made a different one.
This song just started pouring out. I brought it to the band..and we wrote Carry On.”
“Carry On” is taken from Scott Sorry’s forthcoming album “When We Were Kings”.
Thursday, November 26, 2015 at 10:25 AM (PST) by Johnny X
“Council Of The Jackalope” is the gruff punk act’s sophomore release and its slated for release November 27 via Bearded Punk Records.
For those of you in Belgium, the band is playing a release show tomorrow with Cornflames. Get the deets here.
Wednesday, November 25, 2015 at 5:19 PM (PST) by mount-wisdom
The band’s debut self-titled album was released in July, 2014. It’s available to stream and purchase on their Bandcamp page.
Wednesday, November 25, 2015 at 4:23 PM (PST) by Malamute