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Nautical Mile (pop-punk/post-hardcore) streaming new EP – ‘Playing For Keeps’


Australian pop-punk/post-hardcore group Nautical Mile are now streaming their new EP in its entirety. Listen to Playing For Keeps below.

The band last released their self-titled EP in March 2016. You can get a free/name your price download of that EP right here.



Roadside Bombs (street punk) release new music video – “War On Love”

California street punks Roadside Bombs have a new music video out for their song, “War On Love,” and you can watch it below.

The song is the title track off the band’s latest 7″ release. You can pick up a copy of that here or here. The release also serves as a setup to the band’s new full-length, which is expected in Spring 2017.



Fifteen Years (melodic hardcore) stream new EP “Welcome To Hell”

Bristol punk/melodic hardcore band Fifteen Years are streaming a brand new EP called Welcome To Hell. The 6-track release is hard hitting and just as classic, in terms of sound, as you would expect from a melodic hardcore group – a group that pulls it off and nails everything on the head perfectly.

You can listen to the full thing below.

Welcome To Hell follows the band’s 2016 demo, HellRide/Cross Me. 



WSTR stream new album “Red, Green or Inbetween”

UK pop-punk band WSTR are streaming their debut album in full over on YouTube. The 11-track record is scheduled for official release on January 20th through No Sleep Records. You can listen to the full thing below.



The Two Tens release single “Keeping Hope Alive”

Los Angeles garage punks The Two Tens have released a new single called “Keeping Hope Alive.” The two-track single comes ahead of the release of their yet-to-be-named sophomore album that they will be putting out later this year. So far, the band has placed “Keeping Hope Alive” and b-side “Bama Lama Bama Loo” up for grabs, both digitally and on a limited colour variant 7″ vinyl. You can check it all out below.

The band’s upcoming album is scheduled for release sometime this year via Man Della Records.



Western Daughter releases new song, “Exhibition on Main St.”

Idaho indie-punks Western Daughter recently announced their signing to Massachusetts-based Take This To Heart Records, and now they have a few more announcements that will be good news for their fans.  

The band has announced that they will release their new album, Driftwood Songs, on March 24th.  In the meantime, you can check out a brand-new song called “Exhibition on Main St.,” here.  Pre-orders for the new release are available through Take This to Heart’s online store.



Counterfeit detail debut album “Together We Are Stronger”

London rockers Counterfeit are to release their debut album “Together We Are Stronger” on 17th March, via Xtra Mile Recordings. The band are streaming advance track “For The Thrill Of It” now, which you can listen to below, along with reading details about the album.



Converge detail “Jane Live”

Converge have detailed the release of “Jane Live“, which is their “Jane Doe” album performed and recorded live in its entirety at Roadburn Festival in The Netherlands. The set was mixed by Converge guitarist Kurt Ballou at God City Studio and mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege.

Limited vinyl versions of the double album are being released, with various different covers and colours. All are up for pre-order on Deathwish’s webstore now.

 



Bungler announce new album “The Nature of Being New”

Buffalo’s hardcore trio Bungler are to release new album “The Nature of Being New” on Innerstrength Records, who the band have just penned a deal with. The album is out on March 3rd

You can see album details below. The band’s last release was compilation “Fake Fur Never Grows“. 



Deforesters stream new track “What Do You Want On Your Tombstone?” ahead of new LP

Toronto punks Deforesters will release their debut album, “Leonard”, on February 25th through Black Numbers Records. It will serve as a follow-up to their 2016 self-titled EP. They are streaming advance track “What Do You Want On Your Tombstone?” now.

You can listen to the track over at Aux and see album details below.



Horseflies (UK, punk) announce tour dates and stream video “Decaydream”

The UK’s Horseflies have released a video for their song “Decaydream” from their upcoming full length release. The band’s debut record These Halls are Haunted Now will be released on February, 6th, 2017. Horseflies have also announced a short run of UK tour dates to support their new material and details about these can be found below, along with the video itself.

Enjoy!



Reforma Protestante (street punk, Costa Rica) release music video for “Skate and Destroy”

Costa Rican street punkers Reforma Protestante have released a music video for their track “Skate and Destroy”. It’s a rowdy, shout-a-long style affair and should excite fans of a more abrasive style of punk rock.

Check out the band’s latest offering, all the way from sunny Costa Rica below. Skate and enjoy!



Crusades (punk, Canada) taking preorders for new LP “This is a sickness and sickness will end”

Canada’s Crusades are now taking preorders of their soon to be released LP entitled This Is A Sickness And Sickness Will End. The official date for the record to drop is March 7th, 2017.

Along with the preorder, the band have announced a short stint of tour dates for UK fans. You can check out the list below.

 

 

 

 

 



Amuse (pop punk, Indiana) stream new single “Life Sucks”

Indiana pop punkers Amuse are streaming a live video of their latest single “Life Sucks”. The track has been taken from an EP to be released in 2017 of the same name and was performed on Mike Felumlee’s Live From The Rock Room show. 

Check it out below.



Morning Glory donate new track to tribute album “Long Live Revolution Rock: A Tribute to Cole Michael Plummer”

Morning Glory have responded to requests to provide a track for a tribute to a late fan. Tommy Smith of No Time Records contacted the band after he had the idea to put out a compilation of bands that meant something to his friend who passed away following a freak accident. The track that Morning Glory have provided is previously unreleased and can be enjoyed along with the rest of the release below.

This is a really sweet gesture from No Time Records so definitely show some support and pick a copy up of “Long Live Revolution Rock: A Tribute to Cole Michael Plummer”, if you like what you hear.