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Alexisonfire announce live album/Blu-ray

Alexisonfire is coming back strong in 2015. In addition to their recent reunion, the band has announced Live at Copps, a four album vinyl/Blu-ray set. The live album captures what was once the band’s final performance at Hamilton’s Copps Coliseum on December 30, 2012.

The album is available to pre-order as a part of a bundle (also including Moneen’s Are We Really Happy With Who We Are Right Now? and the Alexisonfire / Moneen split album, The Switcheroo Series) right here. If you don’t want it as a part of the bundle, pre-sales for Live at Copps on its own will be available here starting on May 29, 2015.

In the meantime, check out the track list to Live at Copps below.



Asking Alexandria announce new singer, cancel tour dates, and release new video

Asking Alexandria have released a new song titled  ”I Won’t Give In” which features the band’s new vocalist, Denis Shaforostov (Make Me Famous). Set to begin touring on May 31st, the band has also announced the cancellation of their first two tour dates citing “the US government took far longer than anyone could have predicted” in regards to Denis’ visa.

Check out a stream of the new song, along with a statement from the band on those tour dates below.

Asking Alexandria last released “From Death Til Destiny” on August 6, 2013 via Sumarian Records.



The A-OKs new video “Thrash/Skank/Thrash”

Ska-punk veterans The A-OKs are streaming a lyric video with live footage for their new song “Thrash/Skank/Thrash”. The track will appear on their upcoming studio album, Maybe Partying Will Help, which is set to be released on June 20th. You can check out the video below.

The A-OKs last released a live album entitled Are You Double Fisting Drinks Like I Am? on January 12, 2014. Be sure to check back for more on the new album soon.



August Burns Red stream “Identity”

August Burns Red have released their new track, “Identity”, off the upcoming full length album, Found In Far Away Places. The album is set to be released on June 30th via Fearless Records. You can listen to the new song and check out the track list below.

August Burns Red’s last full length, Rescue & Restore, was released in 2013 through Solid State Records.



Plan 37 announce new EP “Space Junk,” stream new song “Arthur Ellis”

Toronto punk act Plan 37 have announced that they will be releasing their upcoming EP, Space Junk, on June 18th through My Fingers! My Brain! Records. Check out the cover art to the left and the tracklisting below.

The band is also streaming the first track off the album, titled “Arthur Ellis.” Hear the song below.

Plan 37 last released Exercise & Communication double feature back in 2013.



The Kenneths announce new EP “E,” stream new song “Cool As You”

British punk act The Kenneths have announced that they will be releasing their new EP E on June 15th. Check our the cover art to the left, and the tracklisting below.

“‘E’ is our 2nd E.P in four months. All we care about is playing live, and we really captured that with this E.P. The songs are super raw and bouncy, we tried to cut out all of the fat,” notes vocalist and guitarist Joshua Weller. “Everything you hear is live. We’re a live band so the main goal was to try and capture the energy and explosiveness of the live shows. We even got people to sit in the room while we were recording to make it feel more like a show,” added bassist Lewis Maynard.

The band is also streaming a song from the album titled “Cool As You,” which can be heard below as well.

The Kenneths released their last EP, It’s the Kenneths, only this past February. Pre-order here. You can catch the band all summer on the Vans Warped Tour.



Rehasher stream new song “Everybody Hates Their Job”

Rehasher (featuring Less Than Jake bassist/vocalist Roger Manganelli) are streaming the B-side to their upcoming 7″ Clock Smash! Listen to “Everybody Hates Their Job” here. And re-listen to the A-side, “Grudge Holder,” here in case you’ve missed it.

Clock Smash! will be released on June 2nd through Saint November Records, and can be pre-ordered here. It will be the band’s first release since 2009′s High Speed Access To My Brain.



Our Last Night release music video for “A World Divided”

New Hampshire post hardcore group Our Last Night have released a music video for the second single off their upcoming fifth studio album, Younger Dreams. Check out “A World Divided” below. In case you missed it, the band released a video for the first single, “Home,” last month. Check that our here.

Younger Dreams will be released on June 16th, and was self-produced/mixed/mastered.

Younger Dreams is the most diverse album we have written yet. We hope that these songs bring joy, tears, and inspiration to our fans. With middle fingers in the faces of our skeptics and arms wide open to embrace loved ones we hope to find happiness together in Younger Dreams.

The album is a follow-up to 2012′s Age of Ignorance, which was released on Epitaph Records. Check out the band live all summer on the Vans Warped Tour.



Memphis May Fire announce deluxe edition of “Unconditional,” stream new song “My Generation”

Dallas rockers Memphis May Fire have announced a deluxe edition of their latest, chart-topping album Unconditional. It will feature four bonus tracks, and will be released on July 17th through Rise Records. Check out the full tracklisting below.

The album was also remixed and remastered by Brian Hood, and features the band’s new single, “My Generation,” which can be streamed (in lyric video format) below as well.

Unconditional was originally released in March 2014. Pre-order the deluxe edition here. Catch the band live  all summer on the Vans Warped Tour.



We Came As Romans announce self-titeld album, stream new song “The World We Used To Know”

Detroit-based post-hardcore group We Came As Romans have announced that their upcoming fourth full-length album will be self-titled, and will be released on July 24th through Equal Vision Records/Spinefarm Records. The album was produced by David Bendeth (ParamoreOf Mice and Men). Check out the artwork to the left, and the tracklisting below.

“Writing this record with David Bendeth was very intense,” says vocalist Dave Stephens. “If a song wasn’t great, it was rewritten until it was, and if it still wasn’t great, it was cut. We wrote close to 40 songs for this record and only ten made the album. Beyond becoming better writers and musicians, it made us stronger as a band and as a team.”

The band is also streaming the first single from the album titled “The World I Used To Know.” Listen to the new song here.

Pre-order the new album here (US) or here (UK/EU). We Came As Romans’ last album, Tracing Back Roots, was released July 2013 through Equal Vision Records.



D.O.A. to release “Hard Rain Falling” next month

Canadian punk legends D.O.A. have announced that they will release their new album Hard Rain Falling in June through frontman Joey Keithley’s label Sudden Death Records. The will include 12 tracks, including a song in the Chinese language, and covers of The Slickers’ “Johnny Too Bad” and Johnny Cash’s “San Quentin”. The track listing can be viewed below.

Hard Rain Falling, which has been funded through Kickstarter, will be D.O.A. last full-length album We Come In Peace was released in 2012 on Sudden Death Records. Earlier this month, they streamed a new song called “The Cops Shot a Kid”.



Social Distortion to release new album next year?

Social Distortion frontman Mike Ness apparently told the German website Krone that their long-awaited new album should be ready for a 2016 release, which will be their first since 2011′s Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes. Ness also said that the record might be a sequel to their 1992 classic album Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on the new Social D record come to light. The band recently wrapped up a European tour by celebrating the 25th anniversary of the release of their iconic self-titled album. They continue to celebrate this anniversary when they tour the U.S. this fall.



Ignite to release new album later this year

It’s been exactly a year since Ignite announced that they were in the studio recording their long-awaited new album. Today, the band announced that they have renewed their contract with Century Media Records and signed a worldwide deal with the label, who will release their new album later this year, which was produced by Cameron Webb. We’ll keep you posted as more details on the new Ignite record come to light.

Ignite’s last studio album, Our Darkest Days, in 2006 through Abacus Recordings. The band is currently embarking on a European tour, which began today and will end in August; the dates and locations are below.



Run Forever (folk/indie/punk) to release “Big Vacation” 7-inch, stream title track

Pittsburg indie-rock band Run Forever is releasing a brand new 7-inch titled “Big Vacation” on July 10th via No Sleep Records (pre-order it here) and today they’ve premiered the title track. You can stream “Big Vacation” here and check out the track list and the band’s upcoming US tour dates below.

This is the band’s first release since their 2014 split with Adventures.



Anti-Flag streams new LP “American Spring”, announces US tour

Iconic Pittsburg punk band Anti-Flag are streaming their new album “American Spring” ahead of its May 26th release date through Spindfarm Records. Give it a listen and check out the band’s upcoming US tour dates below.

“American Spring” is the band’s first full-length release since 2012′s “The General Strike”.