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Get Stoked streams new album, announces tour dates

Michigan pop-punk act Get Stoked are streaming their newly-released album, Stepping Off the Porch, in its entirety, and you can stream all 10 tracks and see the poster for their upcoming Shredder vs. Splin-tour below.

This release is Get Stoked’s first since Washington Street was released in 2014.

The Frights release “You Are Going to Hate This”

San Diego surf punks The Frights have released their new album, You Are Going to Hate This, on Dangerbird Records today.  You can stream the 10-track album here, or pick up a copy here.

The group’s latest release was a split EP with LA’s Death Lens in 2014.

The Frights will be kicking off a tour of the Midwest and West tomorrow, and you can find all the dates below.

The Bennies will release “Wisdom Machine” on Paper + Plastick Records

Aussie ska-punk band  The Bennies has announced that their latest album, Wisdom Machine: A Journey Into The Mind Of…The Bennies, will be released in North America and the U.K. by perennial punk label Paper + Plastick Records.  You can preview the track listing below.

Paper + Plastick will also be a co-sponsor of The Bennies’ tour of the U.K., which kicks off in May.  You’ll also find the poster for that below.

Implants (melodic punk) announce release details for new EP “The Golden Age”

Melodic punk veterans, Implants have announced the release of their new EP, ‘The Golden Age’ via Cyber Tracks. The record, due out late spring, will feature 5 new tracks and will be their first offering with Matt Riddle (Face to Face, No Use For a Name) bringing the bass.

Check out the full press release and track list below.

Implants last full length “From Chaos To Order” was released in 2013.

Drowning (hardcore) announce debut album “Egotrip”, premiere music video for “Dead End”

Chicago based hardcore group Drowning are set to drop their debut album “Egotrip” on February 26th via Fast Break! Records.

If you like a good ol’ fashioned throwdown, check out the premiere for their video “Dead End” below.

Local Resident Failure re-releasing debut album – “A Breath of Stale Air”

Australian skate punks Local Resident Failure are re-releasing their debut album, A Breath of Stale Air, this time on vinyl for the first time ever. The re-release follows the band’s highly-acclaimed sophomore album, This Here’s The Hard Part, which came out in March 2015.

The re-release is being put out by Australia’s Pee Records (pre-orders Monday here), with the UK/EU release being handled by Disconnect Disconnect Records (pre-orders Monday here), and the fine dudes at Oxford Records will be putting out the US release (pre-orders Monday here).

Thief Club posts lyric video for new song – “Talk About Me”

Hit The Lights frontman Nick Thompson’s side project, Thief Club, has a lyric video out for their new song, “Talk About Me.” Check it out below.

The track, which features guest vocals from Matty Arsenault of A Loss For Words, comes from the band’s new album, Just Give Up, which is due out April 29th on We Are Triumphant Records. You can preorder it here.

The album serves as a follow up to Thief Club’s debut album, My Heavy, which came out in February 2014.

Avenues to release new album this year; announce scattered Wisconsin shows

Midwest punks Avenues have announced via Facebook that they are writing and tracking songs for an upcoming full length that will be released later this year. No release date has been given as of yet.

They also posted a handful of Wisconsin shows, including shows with Guttermouth and The Copyrights. You can check out the dates below.

Avenues lastest EP, Creep Show, was released this past fall on 10″ vinyl via Wiretap Records.

Grader (Hardcore) streams new EP “Wholly”

Aberdeen, Scotland hardcore band Grader have put out a new EP called “Wholly.” It gets a physical form release on August 2nd, however you can still download it from their bandcamp. You can also stream the new 4-track EP below.

Old Man Coyote (Punk rock n’ roll) release new EP “The Sick World Of Sane People”

German punk rock n’ rollers Old Man Coyote have just released a new EP “The Sick World Of Sane People.” You can stream the EP below.

Lost In Society streaming new song “I Want To Know” off upcoming album “Modern Illusions”

New Jersey punk act Lost in Society has just released a new song off their upcoming album “Modern Illusions”.

The track is entitled “I Want To Know” and you can listen to it below.

“Modern Illusions” is set to be released February 26th through Handsome Stranger Records. Pre-orders are available here.

The Pomps announce new EP, stream new song, and announce tour dates

Boston’s ska-revivalist group The Pomps, (featuring members of Have Nots, Void Union, and more) have announced that they will be releasing a new EP, titled Indie Rock is Dying, via Rare Breed Recording company in early 2016.

To give you a taste of what to expect, the band is streaming a new song off the EP called “All My Guns.”  You can check that out along with the bands upcoming tour dates below.

The Pomps last released Pomps Save the Queen in 2013.

Wank For Peace release new split EP with Mon Autre Groupe

French punks Wank For Peace have just released a brand new two-track EP “Split with Mon Autre Groupe” which, exactly as it might sound, shares billing with their fellow french punk outfit Mon Autre Groupe. Out of the two hard-hitting tracks, the most interesting is probably their rendition of Blink 182′s Dammit, which adds a new, thrashing tempo to an old classic. Check it out below.

This mark’s Wank For Peace’s first release since their EP “Fail Forward”, back in October, 2014.


Venerea to release new album “Last Call For Adderall”

Swedish punk act Venerea have just signed with Dirty Six Records with plans to release a new album titled Last Call For Adderall on April 29th.

The band’s also announced tour dates in support of the LP, which you can find more details on below.

Last Call for Adderall will be Venerea’s first in 7 years, serving as a follow-up to 2009′s Lean Back in Anger.

Pussy Riot release new music video “Chaikia”

Probably the most infamous punk act to come out of Russia, Pussy Riot have just released a brand new music video for their song “Chaika.” While the song is subtitled, I still don’t quite understand what they’re singing about, since my understanding of Russian politics is still somewhat lacking, so I don’t entirely understand what the song’s about. What I can say, is that it’s politically charged, beautifully shot, and kind of sexy in a weird way. Check it out below.