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Darkbuster announce new album “No Revolution”

After a lengthy period of inactivity, Boston punk veterans Darkbuster are back in full force, and they’re gearing up to release a new full-length album titled No Revolution!

The album will release on CD August 7th and on vinyl September 4th via Pirates Press Records, who say it’s “a record that can be loved and appreciated equally by a fourty-something who knows every single classic Darkbuster tune and has seen them a hundred times, or a fresh-cut teenager who hears them for the first time.”

Check out the full tracklist for No Revolution below, and stay tuned for more details on the follow-up to 2005′s A Weakness For Spirits.

Teenage Time Killers streaming “Exploder” featuring Reed Mullin

Punk/metal/alternative/rock supergroup Teenage Time Killers are streaming another new track off their upcoming debut album. Listen to “Exploder” below.

The track is “featuring” Reed Mullin, the drummer for Corrosion of Conformity. I don’t pretend to know how this whole project works, but as I understood it, Mullin was the mastermind of the whole thing, so it seems weird to me that the song is “featuring” him. I’m probably overthinking it…

Teenage Time Killers have a wide range of musical talents contributing to the project, including Corey Taylor, Jello Biafra, Matt Skiba, Brian Baker, and rock bad-ass Dave Grohl.

Their debut album, Teenage Time Killers – Greatest Hits Vol. 1 is due out tomorrow (July 31st) on Rise Records. You can order a copy (of course, with the usual Rise bundle options) right here.

The Pullmen announce new album “Going Dark,” stream new track “We’ll Never Be A Part Of It”

Just because it’s been a year or so since we last heard from California folk punks The Pullmen doesn’t mean they haven’t been busy.

The band announced plans for their debut full-length release. It’s called “Going Dark,” and that’s the cover art over at the left.

“Going Dark” is slated for release on vinyl in Europe on October 9th through Beast Records. It’ll be available on vinyl (hopefully) the following month in the States, though if you pre-order the album here now, you’ll get the digital download on the EU release date.

To get you pumped for the release, The Pullmen are streaming the brand-new song “We’ll Never Be a Part of It” for your listening enjoyment. Check it out below.

Run Forever plan self-titled full length, stream new track “Separate Bedrooms”

Pittsburgh-based indie-rock band Run Forever have announced the long-awaited, comma-free self-titled follow up to their 2012 debut, “Settling.”

The eponymous album is due out October 9th via No Sleep Records. Vinyl, digital and CD pre-orders are available here right now.

To whet your appetite, the band have debuted the brand new (is that redundant?) track “Separate Bedrooms.” Check it out here.

Run Forever were still known as Run, Forever when they released their stellar album, “Settling,” back in 2012 on Tiny Engines.

Shit Present announce debut EP, stream track “Anxious Type”

Exeter, UK rockers Shit Present will be releasing their debut EP later this year through Specialist Subject records. You can stream “Anxious Type,” the first single off the upcoming album, below.

Night Birds announce upcoming full length “Mutiny at Muscle Beach” due Oct. 2nd

New Jersey punks Night Birds have revealed the title of their upcoming album. The record will be called “Mutiny at Muscle Beach,” and is set for release through Fat Wreck Chords on October 2nd of this year.

Singer Brian Gorsegner had to say about the release:

The 2+ years we worked on this album were coincidentally my most sleep deprived / over caffeinated period of life.. While that’s a combination that works like a charm in a pinch, over enough time leaves you feeling anxious, jittery, on edge, and in a general “set-to-destroy” state of being. I feel like those emotions are proudly displayed all over this record.

The group is currently streaming the track “Left In The Middle” off the upcoming album and you can check it out below.

The Wonder Years announce late summer in-store acoustic shows and signings

Philadelphia pop-punk group The Wonder Years have announced a series of in-store acoustic shows and signings for late August and early September. You can check out the details below.

The tour is in support of their fifth studio album “No Closer To Heaven,” which is set for September 4th release through Hopeless Records.

Fans who pre-order the album directly from the store will receive guaranteed entry to the acoustic set and signing as well as a free poster.

Full Album Stream: Almeida – “”Social Media Circus”

South Coast, UK metal/punk act Almeida is streaming their brand new EP “Social Media Circus” in its entirety.

The album was just released this past Saturday through Lockjaw Records, and you can listen to the whole thing below.

Almeida’s latest full-length album was their 2011 “Fantastic Massacre”.

Spin-Off (Spanish skate punk) streaming new album “Old’s Cool” in entirety

Spanish skate-punk band Spin-Off has just released their newest work since their 2011 debut EP “Making Friends”.

The new album is entitled “Old’s Cool” and was released this past Thursday.

The band has made the entire album available to stream, which you can check out below.

Still Living releases two-song EP “Face It”; premieres music video for title track

Northern California pop-punk band Still Living has just released a new two-song EP entitled “Face It”.

The band has just premiered a new music video for the title track, which you can check out below.

Additionally, you can stream the entire EP below.

“Face It” was recorded by Ben Hirschfield and Scott Goodrich at Nutone studios in Pittsburg, CA.

Deep Pockets streaming “Day Care” off upcoming “Nice Life” EP

New York indie/grunge/punk band Deep Pockets has just released a new single from the band’s upcoming EP “Nice Life”.

The track is entitled “Day Care” and you can listen to it below.

“Nice Life” is set to be released in the coming weeks through Dead Broke Rekerds.

Del Lago release new music video – “Dog Days”

Melbourne punk group Del Lago have a new music video out for their song, “Dog Days.” Watch it below.

The track is off the band’s latest EP, Broken Words, which is due out next week (August 4th) on Whisk & Key Records. You can pre-order the vinyl right here.

DeafHeaven release trailer for upcomming album “New Bermuda”

San Francisco Metalcore group Deafheaven have just released a minute-long trailer for their upcoming album “New Bermuda”. This comes as the first piece of news from the band since they switched to ANTI- Records, having released their previous work via Deathwish Inc.

The trailer is actually kind of beautiful in a weird way. It combines slow shots of an ocean with a slow and moody acoustic guitar riff, before breaking down into heavy drums and guitar, cutting together shots of the group in complete synch with the music. You can it out below.

“New Bermuda” is due to be released sometime in October. Deafheaven’s previous album, From “The Kettle Onto The Coil”, was released in August 2014, via Deathwish.

The Rubs (garage pop punk) stream new album, “The Rubs Are Trash”


The Chicago based outfit The Rubs, have released a stream of their latest LP, “The Rubs Are Trash. Mixing some fast poppy beats with a really nice lo-fi sound quality, this is definitely something worth checking out. The album was released on July 20th, and can be bought on Bandcamp for a measly $7.

Check it out below.

Forest Pooky and Peter “Blackie” Black announce split EP “European Tour 2015″

Acoustic punk musicians Forest Pooky and Peter “Blackie”Black (formerly of the Aussie band The Hard On’s) have just announced a new split EP, “European Tour 2015″. Check out a preview of the album below.

Blackie and Forest will depart on a 7 week long European tour in support of Europe Tour 2015.  Dates will take place in France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, Holland and the UK. The full tour listing is expected soon.