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False Positives (punk) stream new EP “Departures”

Oakland punks False Positives have released their debut EP, Departures. The 5-track release is a high energy pack reminiscent of early Lawrence Arms, with a dynamic range that showcases the band’s versatility.

You can listen to the full EP below.

The group will also be heading out on a short California run in support of this release, view the dates and locations below.

Behind Deadlines stream upcoming album “Status Quo”

Philly ska/pop-punk band Behind Deadlines are streaming their newest album, Status Quo, over on their Bandcamp page. The new 11-track album is ska – as we all love it – and the grace of pop-punk all bundled up in to one massive release.

Digital and physical sales are currently available, with physical sales coming with 4 bonus tracks. You can listen to the whole thing and check out the merch options below.

Status Quo serves as a follow-up to the group’s 2015 EP, Before Summer Ends. 

Anti-Flag announce 2-volume Live LP

Anti-Flag are not slowing down at all this year! The band has announced that they will be releasing a double volume live LP in 2017. The release was recorded over the span of 3 nights in Los Angeles with the songs spanning the length of their career – oldies and new ones for everyone.

Live Vol. 1 is scheduled for release on January 20th (coincidentally, the date Trump is set to take office), with Live Vol. 2 coming later in the year. The band will also be touring extensively in support of the release

You can view the track listing for the first volume below.

North American LP pre-order is available from A-F Records here and UK / EU LP pre-order is available from Little Rocket Records here.

Anti-Flag’s latest album American Spring was released in 2015 through Spinefarm Records.

Matt Pyror (The Get Up Kids) announces 5th solo record “Momento Mori”

Matt Pryor, frontman for The Get Up Kids, has announced details regarding his fifth upcoming solo album. It is titled Momento Mori and it will be released on February 17th, 2017 through Equal Vision Records, with pre-orders happening now.

Pryor also released a brand new single called “A Small Explosion”, which you can listen to below.

Matt Pryor’s latest album Nine Forty Live was released in 2014 through Rory Records (by way of Equal Vision Records).

Hakan (garage punk) stream new album LP “II”

Italian garage punkers Hakan are streaming their upcoming LP, II, a week before it’s official release. The new 13-track album was recorded in the band’s home studio with a multi-track recorder – not what you would think after hearing this big production.

You can stream the whole thing below.

This is the band’s second album, which serves as follow-up to their 2015 self-titled full-length.

Propagandhi to release ‘Supporting Caste’ demos – stream “Without Love” now

Propagandhi have announced plans to release their full demos from Supporting Caste, and you can check out one of the demos right now. Listen to “Without Love” and/or buy the whole release for just $5 below.

According to the band, these demos were recorded in Chris Hannah’s basement in October 2008, “…just before we went down to the Blasting Room to make the real record with Bill Stevenson and Jason Livermore.”

Propagandhi’s latest album, Failed States, was released in 2012 on Epitaph Records. The band are currently working on a new album, and even played a couple of news songs live recently.

Louise Distras releasing live album

British singer-songwriter Louise Distras will soon be releasing a new live album titled Live in Berlin. The album was recorded at a recent show at Wild At Heart in Berlin, and features tracks from her debut album Dreams from the Factory Floor, as well as some brand new songs.

Head over here to pre-order Live in Berlin. All proceeds from this live album’s sales will be used to fund the making of Distras’ second studio album.

Chotto Ghetto stream new song “Internet Eye” from upcoming album “Monstrosity”

Three years after heading into the studio to record a new album titled Monstrosity, LA’s Chotto Ghetto have announced the LP will be released on May 5th, 2017 through Asian Man Records.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on Monstrosity, which the band describes as a concept album, come to light. Chotto Ghetto last released Sparkles in 2012.

Career Suicide announce releasing new album & EP, announce UK winter tour

Toronto’s Career Suicide will be releasing a new album titled Machine Response in February, 2017 through Deranged Records and Static Shock Records. The band will also be putting out a 7″ of the same title, which will be available on their UK tour.

You can check out the cover art and tracklist for the LP, stream two songs from the EP, and find more details on the band’s upcoming tour dates below.

Machine Response will be Career Suicide’s first full-length album in 10 years, serving as the follow-up to 2006′s Attempted Suicide.

Dying Scene Records to release first plugged-in album “Holy Shit” from Chicago acoustic punk act Davey Dynamite

I must admit, when a promo from some Chicago based artist named “Davey Dynamite” hit my inbox a couple weeks ago I did not think I was about to discover the next Dying Scene Records band or what would become one of my top 3 favorite albums of 2016 – I mean, the cover art and the band name didn’t exactly conjure up a mental image of the angst ridden punk rock I typically like to put out on the label. Regardless, I jacked in the headphones, spun up the first track and found myself intrigued 30 seconds in. It appeared to be a catchy yet slower tune but there were hints of a build and by the 1:55 mark, HOLY SHIT!, things just exploded into the saliva spraying, vein popping, voice losing fury that embodies everything I love about punk rock. Turns out this first track was but just a taste of what the rest of the album would hold and by the time I reached the last song I knew I had discovered something extraordinary special. Something I had to share with all of you, starting with the album’s title track, “Holy Shit” which you can check out right here.

On December 20th Dying Scene Records will be releasing “Holy Shit”, the first fully plugged-in album from Chicago acoustic-punk act Davey Dynamite.

If you’re new to Davey Dynamite he is as political as he is emotional and you might say he is the folk-gone-electric lineage of O Pioneers! and Against Me! born anew in the vein of Chicago punk rock.

While Dying Scene Records is handling digital distribution, the folks at Don’t Panic Records & Distro are handling vinyl, which you can pre-order here.

Half of proceeds collected for this album will be donated to the water protectors fighting against the Dakota Access Pipeline at Standing Rock. 

Hot Mulligan (Michigan, pop punk) stream two tracks from forthcoming album “Opportunities”

Hot Mulligan
are allowing fans to stream a couple of tracks off their forthcoming release Opportunities. Joining “Something About A Bunch Of Dead Dogs”, which the band allowed fans to enjoy a couple of weeks ago, is second album track “If You Had Spun Out In Your Oldsmobile, This Probably Wouldn’t Have Happened”. The album itself will be released on December, 16, 2016. If you can’t wait that long then check out the teaser tracks below.


Warm Needles (punk, New York) stream new EP “Don’t Tell Me How To Live”

Long Island’s Warm Needles are streaming their latest EP “Don’t Tell Me How To Live”. The record features six tracks of punk rock that should be pleasing to anyone who likes their pop punk with a slightly more gravelly voice than is common of the genre.

You can take a listen to Warm Needles’s latest work below.

Daggerplay stream single “One Mile Town”

Finnish punk and roll band Daggerplay are streaming their latest single “One Mile Town”. The song comes from a forthcoming album, the release date of which is to be announced.

You can have a listen to “One Mile Town” below.

Thieves (Texas, pop punk) stream new album “No Motive”

Texas based pop punkers Thieves have released their latest full-length No Motive. The album is the first since 2011′s Just Give It Up and can be streamed in its entirety below.

Apologies, I Have None (UK) stream new video for “A Pharmacy In Paris”

UK punks Apologies, I Have  None have released a video for their track “A Pharmacy In Paris”. The track comes from the band’s 2016 release Pharmacie, which is available via Holy Roar Records.

You can have a look at the video below.