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Matt Kerekes (Citizen) streams new album “Luna and the Wild Blue Everything”

Citizen frontman Mat Kerekes is streaming his new album “Luna & the Wild Blue Everything”.

The album is set to fully drop tomorrow, but if you just can’t wait that long you can pre-order a hard copy here. You can stream the album, get some upcoming tour dates, and watch the music video for his song “The Clubs / The People’s Attention” below.

Mat will be hitting the road this fall as direct support for Anthony Green; click here to get your tickets.

Mat Kerekes’ last solo release was his self-titled EP released in August 2014.



Free Music: Meddler (melodic punk/hardcore) – ‘Demo 2016′

Dutch melodic punk/hardcore band Meddler recently released a demo EP, and they’ve made it available for free/name your price download. Check it out below.

The band is made up of former members from various other bands (but I suppose you can probably say that about any band, huh?), and this is their very first “release.”



Noi!se (Street Punk) set to release 7″ on September 2nd in anticipation of fall full length release

Tacoma Washington is a blue collar town, the perfect breading ground for working class street punk. Tacoma mainstays Noi!se have announced a September 2nd release date for their highly anticipated “Double A-side” 7″ entitled, “Dull The Pain”.

In addition to this release, the band will also be putting out a new full length album “The Real Enemy” in the Fall.

Both records will be released on San Fransisco Bay Area’s Pirate’s Press Records.

Check out more information about these releases below.

 



Wolves & Wolves & Wolves & Wolves (Punk) stream new single “Always a Rebel” off upcoming album

Winston, North Carolina punk band Wolves & Wolves & Wolves & Wolves have released a new single in anticipation of their upcoming album, “The Cross and The Switchblade”. The song is called “Always a Rebel” and you can hear it below.

The album will be released September 16th, on 12″ Vinyl via  Wiretap Records.



Oakland’s Kicker (punk) stream single “Full English” off upcoming album

Featuring current and former members of Bay Area legends Neurosis and Dystopia, Oakland punk band Kicker  has recently announced their next full-length album “Rendered Obsolete”.

Pre-sales are said to be available soon.

The record will be out on Tank Crimes Records on September 9, 2016.

You can stream the single “Full English” below.

 

 

 



Sparrows announce new album, release music video for single

Toronto post-hardcore band Sparrows have announced they will be releasing a new album titled Let the Silence Stay Where it Was on October 14th through New Damage Records.

Check out the music video for the LP’s first single “Cave Eater” below.

Sparrows last released their Dragging Hell EP in 2015. This will be their first full-length album since 2013′s Cold Ground.



Great Apes to release new album “California Heart” through Asian Man Records

San Francisco’s Great Apes have announced they will be releasing a new album titled California Heart this October through Asian Man Records. Here’s what frontman Brian Moss about the LP:

“With California Heart, the concept is a fictional one, revolving around an alienated adolescent residing in Fresno, CA. Each song is written in first person and tackles a myriad of subjects including mental illness, suburban doldrums, creativity, nature as a sanctuary, social isolation, perceptions of adulthood, cliques, bullying, drugs, suicide, and an ever-crystallizing and often cynical view of the world. In its entirety, the record is intended to be a portrait of navigating coming of age as an outcast, in a stagnant and less-than-nurturing environment. Although the writing is founded in fiction, it’s undoubtedly inspired by personal experiences, and anyone who grew up feeling weird, anxious, down, and/or angst-ridden in a place they wanted out of should have no problem finding points of relation.”

Great Apes last released a rarities compilation titled Grey Tapes in 2015 through Say-10 Records. California Heart will be the band’s first full-length album in 3 years, serving as a follow-up to 2013′s Thread.



New music video from Taking Back Sunday – “You Can’t Look Back”

Taking Back Sunday just released a new music video for their song, “You Can’t Look Back,” and you can watch it below, if you so choose.

The song comes from the band’s upcoming album, Tidal Wave, which is due out September 16th on Hopeless Records.

Taking Back Sunday re-released their sixth studio album, Happiness Is, in February 2015, after it was originally released in March 2014.



Arms Aloft release music video – “What A Time To Be Barely Alive”

Wisconsin punk group Arms Aloft have a new music video out for their song, “What A Time To Be Barely Alive.” Check it out below.

The song is the title track off the band’s new album, and Red Scare Industries debut, which is due out September 9th. Pre-order the CD here, or if you prefer vinyl and/or bundles, pre-order here. Or get both, duh.

What A Time To Be Barely Alive is the first full album from Arms Aloft since 2012′s Sawdust City.



Knocked Loose (hardcore) streaming new song – “Counting Worms”

Kentucky hardcore group Knocked Loose are now streaming their new track, “Counting Worms,” and you can listen to it below.

The song is off the band’s upcoming album, Laugh Tracks, which is due out next month (September 16th) on Pure Noise Records. You can pre-order your digital copy here.

Knocked Loose’s latest release is their 2015 split with Louisville hardcore band Damaged Goods.



Ceres (Melodic-Punk) To Release New Album “Drag It Down On You” Through No Sleep Records

Australian melodic pop-punk outfit Ceres are set to release their new album Drag It Down On You digitally through US label No Sleep Records on September 2nd, as well as physically through Cooking Vinyl Australia.

Chris Hansen, founder of No Sleep Records, commented on the signing of Ceres: “We are beyond excited to bring the Ceres guys into the No Sleep family. Ever since hearing I Don’t Want To Be Anywhere But Here I have been a huge fan of the guys and to have them be a part of No Sleep now is amazing. We can’t wait to help these guys take over.”

Tom Bromley will be producing the new album, with Aaron Dobbs performing mixing and engineering duties and Alan Douches of West West Side Music mastering the release.

In addition to the release announcement, Ceres have announced a release tour across Australia. Check out the dates below.



Music Video: SHADOWS (Post-Hardcore) – “BEK”

Japanese post-hardcore band SHADOWS have recently premiered a music video for ‘BEK’, the opening track on new EP “Progress.” Check it out below.

“Progress” was released through Maximum-10 Records on the 17th of August. SHADOWS is made up of previous members of FACT and formed earlier this year. “Progress” marks their second EP in their first year under the new name.



American Football Stream New Song, Announce First Album In 17 Years

Chicago emo group American Football have announced a followup album to their first and only, released 17 years ago.

Their new album will be self-titled, just as their debut was, and with the announcement came a stream of the first single “I’ve Been So Lost For So Long.” Listen to the new track below.



Louise Distras announces new serial-killer themed single “Aileen”

British folk/punk singer-songwriter Louise Distras has just announced a new single set to be released on September 30 titled “Aileen”. Perhaps the most notable fact of this song, is that it is inspired by Aileen Wuornos, America’s first female serial killer. In explaining the subject matter, Distras had this to say:

“One night after a show I watched the Nick Broomfield documentary ‘Selling of a Serial Killer’, which is about ‘America’s first female serial killer’, Aileen Wuornos. As someone who has also experienced homelessness and sexual assault, Aileen’s story hit me pretty hard but left me feeling inspired to share it through my music. The film also left me with my own questions about rape culture and the idea of nature VS nurture, so I decided to make my own DIY film that explores the lyrical content of the single. It’s called ‘Real Outlaw – A Commentary on Rape Culture and the Riot Grrrl Movement’ and it’s available via scanning a QR code that’s printed on the back of the CD and also on tour posters across the UK and mainland Europe.”

Both the single, and a corresponding music video are set to be released on September 30, and will mark her first release since her debut album “Dreams on the Factory Floor”.



Against Me! release video for new track “Crash”

Against Me! have been going full force ever since they announced the release of their forthcoming album “Shape Shift With Me”. The band’s latest move is the release of their new single and corresponding music video “Crash”. The video is an ultra low budget satire featuring the band in stage makeup (Ace Frehley, eat your heart out), spinning around a makeshift stage/garage/distant galaxy. Anyone that knows and appreciates Against Me!’s sense of humor will find the video clever, charming and fun.

On top of the premiere of “Crash”, the band has already released two other singles from the upcoming album, are currently on tour with Bad Religion and Dave Hause, and to top it all off, frontwoman Laura Jane Grace has announced the release of her memoir “TRANNY: Confessions of Punk Rock’s Most Infamous Anarchist Sellout”, to be released November 15th through Hachette Books.

“Shape Shift With Me” is scheduled to be released through the band’s very own label, Total Treble, on September 16th. The album can be pre-ordered now on Itunes and Amazon.

Check out the video for “Crash” below.