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Captain Kaiser announce debut album “Dog Days On Deck”, release video for single

Belgian punks Captain Kaiser have announced their debut album Dog Days On Deck will be released in early 2018 through Bearded Punk Records. They’ve also premiered a video for a new song called “Eskimos & Mermaids”.

Check the music video out below and stay tuned for more details on the band’s debut LP.



Darius Koski (Swingin’ Utters) streams new song “Black Sheep”

Swingin’ Utters guitarist Darius Koski has premiered another song off his upcoming solo album What Was Once Is By And Gone. Give “Black Sheep” a listen below.

What Was Once Is By And Gone is set to release on November 3rd through Fat Wreck Chords. Koski will also be the opening act on the Utters’ upcoming US tour (dates below).



Blacklist Royals stream track “I Don’t Care”

Nashville punks Blacklist Royals are now streaming their track “I Don’t Care” which is off of their new album titled Model Citizen (releasing later this month) through Paper + Plastick Records. 

This will be the band’s first full-length release since 2014’s Die Young With Me.

Check it out here.



Knuckle Puck release video for “Gone”, share tour dates

Our pop punk buddies Knuckle Puck have just shared their video for “Gone,” which is off of their new album Shapeshifter via Rise Records.

You can check out the video here, which plays on the ever classic “Rock Show” from Blink 182 amd shows their fun in Indiana- cigars with the dads included.

The boys are also heading out on tour tomorrow, which will last for a month. You can scope out the dates below, and click here to buy tickets.



Pirates Press Records announce fundraiser to benefit Jeremy Catrambone and family after California wildfire

Our friends over in Pirates Press Records have just announced that they will be auctioning off several test pressings of “Best of the Best” and “Rise Up,” from Roadside Bombs to benefit Jeremy Catrambone and his family who were victims of the recent wildfire in California.

According to Jeremy’s father,

In the early morning hours of October 9th, my daughter in law, Tatum, was wakened to the sound of the Sheriff’s loudspeaker warning of an impending fire sweeping through Glen Ellen, CA. and being told to ‘evacuate now’. The family managed to escape their home in minutes, with their 2 dogs. But soon the fire engulfed the area and their home and all their belongings were burned to the ground. Jeremy lost numerous dance floor panels he used in his 2nd job as well.  Nothing is salvaged.

My wife, Stacy, and I have started this fundraising page to help Jeremy, Tatum and their family, as they try to put their lives back together. While they are physically safe, all their belongings, all their children’s belongings, have been lost in the fire.  Some of you may recall, their youngest child, Dalton, has been undergoing treatment since November 2015 through Oakland Childrens Hospital after being diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. That treatment has involved nearly two years of chemotherapy at home, currently daily and monthly IV treatment at the hospital as well as blood level monitoring.  During most of that time, Dalton was required to remain at home. His mother, Tatum, was unable to work for many months in order to care for him and provide home schooling, at great expense both emotionally and financially.  Dalton still has another 18 months to go with his treatments.

Jeremy and Tatum have 4 children, 3 of whom are teens, who also lost all of their belongings. They were renting their home, so insurance is not going to be available to assist them. Kitchen ware, food, clothing, housing and so many other items will be necessary for their daily needs and to begin to rebuild their lives. They will still face the expenses related to Dalton’s travel to and from Oakland Hospital and for his treatment needs. They literally made it out of the house with the clothes on their backs. Obviously there will be many needs in the weeks and months ahead.

We know many people would like to help and offsetting expenses is a great way to contribute.  Please consider a donation to help this family cope with the financial burden facing them, as they simply deal with thepain and fortitude of a child with leukemia, every day, and now the loss of all they owned and the necessities needed to live their lives.  Your donations will go directly to Jeremy and Tatum, not us.

Love to all of you. Jeremy, Tatum, Azure, Quentin, Ebony and little Dalton! You are all so strong and we love you so much!

The auction will run for five days, and the minimum bid increase is $5. If you win, shipping will be seperate from the end price. Click here to participate in the auction.

If you don’t want to participate in the auction but still want to help out, click here.

Check out the tracklisting of the vinyls below.



Guttermouth stream new track “Ain’t Life A Bitch”

Skatepunks Guttermouth have are now streaming a new song, “Ain’t Life A Bitch” off their Bandcamp page.

The track is off of a Halloween-themed compilation dubbed “Punk Rock Halloween – Loud, Fast & Scary”.

Guttermouth’s last release was their double LP, The Whole Enchilada. The double LP was released earlier this year on June 23 through Rude Records. Featuring a live record, three new tracks, and both of the band’s 2016 EPs Got It Made and New Car Smell.

Check out the newest stream from these guys below!



Disconnect, Disconnect Records announce plans to release “Battered and Bruised: The Best of Phinius Gage”

London based melodic punk label Disconnect, Disconnect Records have announced plants to release a 19-song compilation of tracks spanning the career of Brighton, UK’s influential skate punks Phinius Gage on OCtober 27th. The tracklisting spans the band’s whole career from 2001 until their initial break up in 2008, with all songs remastered. 

Check out the tracklist below!



Hoof (skate punk, UK) stream “Knacker’s Yard” from forthcoming EP, “Petty Thieves”

North West three-piece Hoof have allowed folks to stream a teaser track from forthcoming EP, Petty Thieves. Entitled “Knacker’s Yard”, it should excite fans of ruinously fast, metallically-edged skate punk and is complete with plenty of fret board wankery. The release date for the full EP is still to be confirmed but if the rest measures up to the tune below, it’ll be one to listen out for.

Hoof have been relatively quiet on the new music front for some time. Their latest release was the 2012 EP, A Measure of Success.



HIRS Collective announce “How To Stop Street Harassment” EP

HIRS is releasing an EP about “wanting to be left alone while minding our own business being in public.” The ten-song EP will be put out by Get Better Records, and a pre-order limited to 100 includes a 7″ flexi with a silk-screen b-side, a comic, a lyrics insert, and a “self defense kitty keychain,” which sounds pretty badass.

The pre-order is $6.66, while the digital version is $7. You can check out “Leave Me Alone,” “Let Me Live,” “All By Myself,” and “Revenge,” all on one track in the stream below.



Vancouver’s AntEater have hot, fast punk for you that will make you come quickly to their bandcamp page

Finally, a punk band that loves pizza, beer, intimate massages, and dick jokes. How could have I missed such a unicorn?

Seriously though, AntEater is great. Fast, technical guitar that reminds me of A Wilhelm Scream. “Macaroni Pony” sets my jowls a-quiverin’. You can stream it below, and be sure to head to their bandcamp page to buy it for a buck. They also have “Jack’s Hill” available there for name-your-price.



Video: City Mouse perform “Downtown” at Live From The Rock Room

Check out the first video of City Mouse performing “Downtown” at Live From The Rock Room! You can watch it out below.

The band have just released their latest album “Get Right” on It’s Alive Records. You can listen to it here.



Thrashsquatch stream new EP

Thrashsquatch are streaming their new self titled EP, listen to it below. This is the band’s first release and touches on topics such as over fishing, deforestation and artificial intelligence.

The record was released on October 13th.



Prolefeed (Hardcore Punk) stream new split “The Mass Forfeiture of Collective Responsibility”

I was at the excellent Stuck On A Name Studios last week to watch Wolfbeast Destroyer again. It was a cracking gig and one of the highlights was Prolefeed. I didn’t know much about them besides one of the members was also in War All The Time, so I was expecting some proper brutal hardcore. Well I wasn’t disappointed, they played a great set; raw and aggressive DIY hardcore punk. I went straight over to buy the new LP “The Mass Forfeiture of Collective Responsibility”, I’ve just given it a spin and it’s fast as fuck. Lovely stuff. Check it out below.



Dissociates announce debut album and release music video for “Useless Wooden Toys”

London punkers Dissociates have announced the release of their first full length album titled “A Capital Idea”. The album is set to be released on November 10th via Safety Second Records. The lyrics focus on issues around the world but a lot of it is based around the decay of London; but guitarist Ned Mendez said:

“We play a lot of benefits for homeless charities and leftwing causes, that’s definitely in our wheelhouse and where we come from – but musically we don’t want to ever be too preachy. Nobody wants to be lectured.”

To celebrate the announcement, they have released a new music video for “Useless Wooden Toys”, which is taken from the forthcoming album. You can watch it below. You can also find a list of tour dates as the band are hitting the road in November to support the album release.

 



Speak The Truth… Even If Your Voice Shakes stream teaser tracks from upcoming debut album

Speak The Truth… Even If Your Voice Shakes are made up of members from Senses Fail and Finch and they have just announced details of their upcoming debut album “Everyone You Love Will Slip Away From You”.

Guitarist Daniel Wonacott had this to say about the band:

“We were all really excited to see how a Finch/Senses Fail combo would sound. As the record came together I think we all figured out that, ‘Wow! This sounds new and fresh, something neither of our other bands have done. To me, the album feels like home; the songs came together in a very natural way, I wasn’t concerned about writing for a specific sound, we just did what came naturally.”

The band are streaming the first two tracks over at Pledge Music titled “Crash My Car” and “Go For The Throat”; listen to them here.