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The Mahones stream “Fuck You” off of new album

The Mahones have a new album full of their brand of Celtic punk in the works, and they are giving fans a little preview of what’s to come.  You can stream the track “Fuck You” below, and you’ll get to hear accordion player Katie Kaboom sing lead vocals for the first time.

The song will appear on the band’s upcoming release, The Hunger & The Fight, Volume Two, which will be released September 18th on  Whiskey Devil Records.

Vanna will release all-cover EP, stream video for “Beautiful People”

Massachusetts post-hardcore act Vanna has announced that they will release an all-cover EP called Alt via Pure Noise Records on October 2nd.  You can check out their version of Marilyn Manson’s “Beautiful People” below.

Vanna most recently released Void in June of 2014, also through the Pure Noise label.

No Sleep Records streams WSTR’s “SKRWD”

WSTR, a pop-punk band from Liverpool, has signed to No Sleep Records for their new album, SKRWD, which came out today.  You can stream the whole thing below.

If you like what you hear, you can order the album here.

Idle Pilot signs to Ocelot Records for re-release of “Mondegreen”

Boston-area post-hardcore act Idle Pilot has joined up with Boston label Ocelot Records, the label announced today.  The signing came after the band was forced to change its name, from the (uncapitalzied) currents, due to a conflict with another band.  They regrouped as Idle Pilot, and are now poised to re-release their 2014 album, Mondegreen, on Ocelot at the end of the month, and you can stream it below.

Mondegreen will be re-release on September 28th, with a release show at Firebrand Saints in Cambridge, Mass.

Svetlanas release split 7″ with New Cold War on Squid Hat Records

All the way from “Mother Russia,”  Svetlanas are showing the world why we called them the “most dangerous band in the world.”  In addition to a heavy tour schedule, the band has released a 4-track split 7″ with Las Vegas punks New Cold War on SquidHat Records.

The split was released on September 1st, and you can pick it up here.

The Offspring announce vinyl reissue of “Ixnay on the Hombre”

O.C. punk legends The Offspring have announced a vinyl reissue of their 1997 album Ixnay on the Hombre, which is due for release on October 30th. You can pre-order a copy of the reissue here.

The Offspring have been working on a new album, which will be their first latest since 2012′s Days Go By. Earlier this year, they released a new single called “Coming for You“, which may appear on the new album. The band recently sold their catalog on Columbia Records.

PEARS announce new 2-song 7″

New Orleans punks PEARS have announced they will be releasing a new 2-song 7″ titled Letters to Memaw on September 18th through Fat Wreck Chords. Here’s what frontman Zach Quinn had to say about the EP, which is available for pre-order on Fat’s webstore:

“These are two songs from a quick session in April that subsequently got re recorded for the next full length. They were the first two written for our follow up, Snowflake is loosely about struggling to identify one’s own power, and Anhedonia is loosely about a joyless life versus oblivion. We’ll be touring with our buddies Teenage Bottlerocket through September/October, playing the fest, and then touring with our new friends in Lagwagon in October/November. New record in February. Stay tuned. This is about to get interesting.”

As mentioned in Quinn’s statement, PEARS have been working on a follow-up to their 2014 debut LP Go To Prison, which they plan on releasing sometime next year. Both tracks from Letters to Memaw will appear on the album, and one is already available to stream below.

Additionally, the band will be touring North American with Teenage Bottlerocket and Lagwagon this fall. More info on those tours can be found here and here, respectively.

Light Years detail new album ‘I’ll See You When I See You’, stream new single “Let You Down”

Ohio pop-punk act Light Years have announced that their second album will be titled I”ll See You When I See You. Produced by Will Yip, the new album will be released on November 13, 2015 through Rude Records. The band has also made the album’s first single, “Let You Down”, available to stream below.

The new album can pre-ordered here in physical and digital formats. All pre-orders come with an instant MP3 download of “Let You Down”. Light Years’ latest EP Temporary was released in September 2014 via Animal Style Records.

Handguns announce details for new album, “Disenchanted”

Pennsylvania pop punks Handguns reported back in May that they were in the studio working on their third full-length album. Today, we finally have more information about what they’ve had up their collective sleeves.

The new album is called “Disenchanted,” and you can see the cover art over at the left. The album is slated for release on November 13th via Pure Noise Records. The occasion will be marked by a full US co-headlining tour with UK punks Roam. Check out tour details here.

Stay tuned for pre-order information surrounding the ten-track album, which serves as a follow up to last year’s “Life Lessons.”

Boss’ Daughter (punk) launch Kickstarter to support tour/debut album

Reno punks Boss’ Daughter have a debut full length album, titled Songs Are Songs, ready to go, but they need your help getting it to the masses.

The band just launched a Kickstarter campaign to help fund a tour to support/pay for the album. They’re planning to hit 21 states over the course of 50 days in October and November. So, give them your monies here. Perks include the standard CD/digital copy of the album, and so much more. Some of my personal favorites include homemade hot sauce or a mixtape for just $10, a ‘spa day’ (“kitty pool and all the brews you can handle”) with the band for just $60, and a private show or the band cooking you dinner for just $100.

The band recording the album at Pus Cavern with Joe Johnston, who also recorded Cobra Skulls‘ debut full-length, Sitting Army, which came out in 2007 on Red Scare Industries.

Songs Are Songs will serve as a follow up to Boss’ Daughter’s Good Buy EP, which you can download for free/name your price right here. See, they’re giving you free stuff already, so you can give back, right?

Junior streaming new song – “A House That’s Not Quite Home”

UK pop punks Junior are now streaming a new track off their upcoming EP. You can listen to “A House That’s Not Quite Home” below.

The song is the second track released off the band’s sophomore EP, Juniorland, which is due out October 16th on Ambition Records. You can pre-order your copy right here.

You can also pick up Junior’s first EP, This Town Sucked Anyways, for free/name your price download on the band’s Bandcamp page here.

Motion City Soundtrack streaming new song – “It’s A Pleasure To Meet You”

Motion City Soundtrack are now streaming a new track off their upcoming album. Listen to “It’s A Pleasure To Meet You” on Spotify below.

The track is off the band’s forthcoming Panic Stations, which is due out later this month (Sept. 18th) on Epitaph Records. You can pre-order the album here, and in doing so, get an instant download of the below track, along with two others.

Motion City Soundtrack’s previous studio album was 2012′s Go.

This fall, the band are set to embark on a US tour with The Wonder Years, State Champs, and You Blew It! Check out the dates/locations here.

Pentimento announce new album & tour

Buffalo outfit Pentimento have just announced that their upcoming album, “I, No Longer” will be released on October 23rd, via Bad Timing Records. According to a press release, the album “showcases the band’s growth since their 2013 debut, adding elements of emo and indie rock to their anthemic punk rock sound.” The album can be pre-ordered off Bandcamp for $5.

To top that, the band has also announced a new fall tour schedule, that will see the band travel the country, accompanied by Better Off, A Will Away, and Caleb & Carolyn. Check out the schedule below.

Bring The Fight release music video for track “Lockstep”, off upcomming album

Winnepeg punk rockers Bring The Fight have just premiered a track off of their upcoming self-titled album, and done it in the form of a music video, no less. The video, which you can check out below, show’s the group preforming “Lockstep” one of the new tracks.

“Bring The Fight” is set for release on September 18, via Eulogy Recordings.

Best Years release new EP, “Drop Out”

Manchester Pop punks, Best Years, have just released their sophomore EP, “Drop Out”. The collection, which you can check out below, features three strong, fist pumping jams, and can be bought on their Bandcamp page for £2 (or $3 USD).

Best Years’ previous EP, “Heal” was released back in July, via Dream Atlantic Records. Their next release, “Take Shape”, is due sometime in September.