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Nothington to release new album this summer

Posted by Lauren Mills on Sunday, January 25, 2015 at 11:07 AM (PST)

San Francisco punks Nothington will release their new album this summer:

We are excited to be finishing up the new recording. New album, summer 2015. Let’s party.

Nothington’s last full-length, “Borrowed Time”, was released in 2011 also on Red Scare.  We’ll keep you posted as more details are released.

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Dutch hardcore act Run Like Hell will release a new EP titled “Fortunate Souls | Wretched World” via White Russian Records on February 8th.  To get you fired up you can check out a music video for “Remedy”, a new song off the pending release below.

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Stockholm, Sweden-based post hardcore outfit No Omega are streaming a brand new song titled “Passing” and you can check it out below.

The song will appear on the band’s upcoming album “Occupants” which looks to be slated for release in April, 2015.

The band released their last album “Shame” in 2013 via Throatruiner Records.

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Man Overboard’s Lost Tape Collective announces 3 new releases

Posted by Gina Skidzzz on Friday, January 23, 2015 at 12:25 PM (PST)

In addition to “defending pop punk” (from who or what, we’re not sure), Man Overboard also releases music under its Lost Tape Collective.  The label recently put out 3  releases, all on cassette:  a re-release of The Explosion’s 2000 album, Flash Flash FlashHostage Calm‘s Die on Stage; and Young Statues’ The Flatlands Are Your Friend.

Man Overboard will also be on tour this spring with Bayside, and they plan to release a new album later this year.  Their most recent release was the Passing Ends EP.

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English two-tone pioneers The Specials have announced they will be reissuing their first three full-length albums 1979′s Specials, 1980′s More Specials, and 1984′s In The Studio. Each release has been curated by founding member Jerry Dammers, and will feature b-sides, non-album singles, and other rare tracks.

All three reissues will be released on March 30th through 2 Tone Records and Warner Records. The band hasn’t stated whether they will be reissuing any of their later albums, but we’ll keep you posted as more details come to light.

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Treasure Fleet announce new LP, stream new song

Posted by Bizarro Dustin on Thursday, January 22, 2015 at 9:30 AM (PST)

Treasure Fleet, the 60′s psychedelic influenced side-project of Isaac Thotz and Dave Merriman (The Arrivals), Neil Hennessy (The Lawrence Arms), Eli Caterer (Smoking Popes) and Mike Oberlin (Sass Dragons) have announced that they will be releasing a new LP, titled The Sun Machine, later this year. The band has also released the album’s first single “Max Consumption”, which you can listen to below.

Treasure Fleet will release The Sun Machine on February 10, 2015 via Recess Records. You can pre-order the album here. It will be the follow up to the band’s sophomore LP, Future Ways, which came out on November 30, 2012, also on Recess. 

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Chris Hahn streams new EP “The Homesick Sessions”

Posted by Chris hahn on Thursday, January 22, 2015 at 8:05 AM (PST)

My new Ep which is an extension Chris Hahn has just released a new EP titled “The Homesick Sessions” which serves as an extension to his September release “Never Far From Homesic”.  It features a new song “The Storm”, an alternate version of an older song “I Lied When I Told You” and covers of AFI’s “Days Of The Pheonix” and Anti-Flag’s “Bring Out Your Dead”.

Stream it below.

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Avenues (pop-punk) finish recording new EP with Matt Allison

Posted by PunkLargo on Thursday, January 22, 2015 at 7:50 AM (PST)

Milwaukee pop punk band Avenues have just finish recording their latest EP with producer Matt Allison at Atlas Studio in Chicago. The EP is set to be released in early May.

Avenues last released “Jumping Ship,” a digital split with the Jetty Boys, last fall.

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Agnostic Front announce new album, “The American Dream Died”

Posted by jaystone on Wednesday, January 21, 2015 at 6:01 PM (PST)

At long last, New York hardcore legends Agnostic Front have announced release information for their eleventh studio album, “The American Dream Died.”

The album (cover art is above, obviously), was produced by Madball’s Freddy Cricien, and is slated for release on April 7th in the US (April 4th in Europe) via Nuclear Blast Records. Here’s what frontman Roger Miret had to say about the new album’s title:

We chose this title because we want to open up people’s eyes to what’s going on in this country. We have a lot to say. Not everyone realizes that our government and the people who run this country are so corrupt, greedy and ruthless. We need to educate the ones we reach. We’re losing our values. We address real issues from full blown corruption and scandals to unjust police abuse and brutality. Everything’s we stood for as a country is going down the drain. But we still somewhat have our freedom of speech. We’re expressing it all through this record while we can.

We’ll keep you posted as pre-order information becomes available. In the meantime, check out the tracklist for “The American Dream Died” below.

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With only a few months to go before California punk veterans Strung Out release their new album Transmission. Alpha. Delta.Fat Wreck Chords shared a video of the band’s recent studio footage. The album is now officially set to be released on March 24, 2015. You can read a quote from the band and view the teaser video below.

Strung Out’s last full-length was Agents of the Underground in 2009.

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Stick To Your Guns release new track “RMA”

Posted by kimofhearts on Wednesday, January 21, 2015 at 2:03 PM (PST)

California hardcore band Stick To Your Guns have released a new song titled “RMA” (Revolutionary Mental Attitude). The track features Toby Morse of H20, and is off their upcoming album Disobedient. Give it a listen below.

Disobedient will be released on February 10, 2015 through Sumerian Records, and can be preordered here.

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Dying Scene Records is beyond fired up to announce the signing of San Diego punk act Western Settings.  On February 17th we will have the distinct pleasure of releasing their debut full-length “Yes It Is”and if you dig the emotional assurance of bands like Jawbreaker and the Replacements but the speed and delivery of Hot Water Music or Bouncing Souls this release will be right up your alley.

Don’t take our word for it though, stream the album’s first track “RevHead” below.

“Yes It Is” is available for digital pre-order the now.

For you lovers of the physical release you can expect the album out on CD and vinyl April 16th (vinyl pre-orders available February 3rd) via La Escalera Records (San Diego, CA), Rad Girlfriend Records (OH), A.D.D. Records (FL), Eager Beaver Records (Japan), Snatchee Records (WA), Fast Crowd Records (CA).

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Better Days stream new EP “NOPE”

Posted by Shawn-Ray Dalinsky on Tuesday, January 20, 2015 at 5:33 PM (PST)

St. Louis hardcore punks Better Days are currently streaming their new EP NOPE. Listen to the entire album below.

NOPE was released today, January 20th, through Encapsulated Records.

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Denver rockers Sleeping Weather are currently streaming a cover of the Neil Young classic “Rockin’ in the Free World.” Stream the song below.

The song is included as a digital-only bonus track on the band’s upcoming split 7″ with Placeholder, out later this month through Escapist Records. Sleeping Weather’s latest album I Was Just on My Way Out was released back in April through Suburban Home Records.

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Myrtle Beach’s joking pop-punkers Pompo & The Community College Rejects are currently streaming their new EP The Lame Mistakes. Steam the four-track album below.

The Lame Mistakes was released last week, January 13th, through Good Enuf Records. You can download the album for a name-your-own price here.

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