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Steady Hands, the sort of folk-punk side project featuring Sean Huber from Modern Baseball, has announced plans for a brand new EP. It’s called “Brandy Of The Damned,” and it’ll be available August 19th via Lame-O Records. To get you crazy kids ready, they brand-new track “Pretty Good Year” is streaming in its entirety right here. Check it out. If you dig it, pre-orders are available here.

Steady Hands’ last release, “The Libertines,” came out in February 2013.

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Boston ska band Big D and the Kids Table have posted a new video from their 15th anniversary show. You can check out the video, in which they play “She Won’t Ever Figure It Out,” below.

You can check out more footage from their 15th anniversary show here.

Big D and the Kids Table’s latest, a double album titled Stomp & Stroll, came out in June 2013 through Strictly Rude Records.

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Prawn (emo) release “First As Tragedy, Second As Farce”

Posted by Justin Russell on Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 2:14 PM (PST)

New Jersey emo group Prawn are streaming a new track “First As Tragedy, Second As Farce” from track off their upcoming LP entitled Kingfisher. You can listen to the new track here.

The group plans on releasing Kingfisher August 12th, you can preorder it here.

The band plans on touring this fall with notable acts such as A Great Big Pile of Leaves and Diamond Youth to support their new LP. You can check out those tour dates here.

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Our Last Night post acoustic video for “Falling Away”

Posted by Justin Russell on Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 1:53 PM (PST)

New Hampshire post hardcore group Our Last Night have posted an acoustic video for their song “Falling Away” which you can check out below.

The band recently released an EP entitled Oak Island Acoustic. “Falling Away” was the bonus track on the EP, which can be streamed in full over here.

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Los Angeles rockers Warner Drive have announced their new album City of Angels will be released on November 8th through NOFX guitarist El Hefe’s Cyber Tracks.

The cover art can be seen above, and the tracklist can be found below, along with details on the band’s upcoming European tour.

If you’re interested in pre-ordering City of Angels, head over to the label’s website. It’s available digitally and on CD, and you can stream 30 second clips of each song to get an idea of what the album’s gonna sound like.

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San Diego melodic hardcore band Capsize have announced plans to release their first full length album “The Angst In My Veins” on September 30th through Equal Vision Records.

The group is currently on a US tour with HundredthCounterpartsHandguns and more, you can check out the dates for that tour here.

Capsize will be heading to Europe in the late fall as part of the Never Say Die tour with TerrorStick to Your GunsComeback Kid and others, dates and locations for those shows are listed below.

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London indie / pop punk group DOE have announced plans to release their first full length album “First Four,” which will be a collection of their first four EP releases. The record will be available on 12″ vinyl (first 150 copies on colored vinyl) and for digital download.

Check out the track list for the album and stream song “Julia Survived” below.

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Tiger Army frontman Nick 13 has released a music video for his song “In The Orchard” and you can check it out below. This version of the song comes off Nick’s debut solo album “Nick 13,” which was released in June 2011, but the original was part of Tiger Army’s 2001 record “Power Of Moonlight.”

Nick recently posted on Facebook about “New Tiger Army in 2015,” so we will keep you updated on that as more information comes forth!

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Lagwagon have announced that they will release their upcoming album, “Hang,” on October 28, 2014 through Fat Wreck Chords. They’ve also posted a teaser and some European tour dates.

You can check it out below.

Lagwagon last released I Think My Older Brother Used to Listen to Lagwagon in 2008 through Fat Wreck Chords. The band has not released a full-length studio album since 2005′s Resolve.

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Atlanta-based metalcore band Favorite Weapon, featuring former Woe, Is Me singer Hance Alligood, have revealed the tracklisting to their debut album Sixty Saragossa. The album is produced by Tom Denney, formerly of A Day to Remember.

The tracklisting, along with their debut song “Hollow,” can be found below.

Sixty Saragossa will be released on October 14th through Velocity Records, and can currently be pre-ordered here.

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Bracket‘s first new full-length album in nearly a decade is due out next week, and to get you pumped, the pop-punk stalwarts released a new song from the album. Listen to “A Striking Disappearance” right over here.

The album, Hold Your Applause, is set to be released August 5th on digital format, with CD pre-orders shipping the same week. You can place your pre-order here.

Bracket also announced vinyl pre-orders are now available as well, through Head2Wall Records. The first pressing is limited to just 300, and you can get yours here.

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Radio Reds reunite with plans to release new EP

Posted by Screeching Bottlerocket on Monday, July 28, 2014 at 3:06 PM (PST)

Only a few months after calling it quits, North Carolina’s Radio Reds have reunited and they’re planning on releasing a new EP sometime this September through Scaredy Cat Records.

That’s all we’ve got right now but we’ll keep you posted as more info on the EP comes to light. For the time being, you can stream/download the band’s 2013 debut album Memory Loss for free below.

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According to a recent post on the band’s Facebook page, the guys in Amber Pacific will now be releasing their new full-length The Turn on September 2nd through Digitally Sound Records and Straight 8 Entertainment, instead of self-releasing it on July 29th.

They’re also streaming another song from the album entitled “Would You?,” which you can listen to below.

The Turn features original Amber Pacific vocalist Matt Young and MxPx bassist Mike Herrera. The album was recorded at Herrera’s Monkey Trench Studios, and it serves as a follow-up to 2010′s Virtues.

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German melodic punks Irish Handcuffs have released the music video for their new song “Skip the Seasons” off their upcoming debut album “…hits close to home.”

You can watch it below.

The album is due out this fall. We’ll keep you updated as more information becomes available. Irish Handcuffs last released a split with 7yearsbadluck on July 19th, 2013.

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After 13 years as a band, The Prozacs have decided to call it a day, putting out one final release for pop-punk fans to enjoy – a compilation of songs from splits and comps the band appeared on entitled Is This How It Ends?, which you can stream below and purchase on Bandcamp.

Here’s what frontman J Prozac had to say about the band’s decision to throw in the towel:

Hey, Hey punk rockers! So here is the OFFICIAL news. As of July 2014, The Prozacs will be hanging it up. After 13 years of ups & downs, tours & records, friends and enemies, more members than you can shake a stick at…and my consistent musical devotion being poured into The Prozacs…it feels like the right spot to drop a bookmark. The past few years have been incredibly trying in keeping things going…and although I have personally been moving right along, The Prozacs as a whole have had numerous road blocks and challenges causing my musical attention to take several new and different directions. I have finally built the courage to let go of many things I have been holding onto, trying to make work, in order to to put my heart and passion into the new projects, new music, honestly….without pulling back and forth with The Prozacs. It has been very difficult, emotional, stressful…and full of decisions I have not wanted to make, but necessary…in order to do what\’s best for myself, my family and those close to me…in order to continue doing what I love. I have had tremendous support from a wide range of friends, family, band members, fans and labels over the years. I can never thank you all enough! This is not an ending…but a continuation to new adventures! I personally want to thank Matty Prozac, Jimmy Craig, Adam Taylor, Sean Watson and Colin Vicalvi for their multiple years and deep rooted impressions an this band and these songs, as well as every other member that brought in their piece for however long it may have been. I wish Matty Prozac and Paul Basile of the current line up the best of wishes with whatever life brings. There are a couple releases and a music video in the works that will tie up some loose ends, and end cap the bands recorded history! I am very excited, moving forward with The Stiletto’s, The Sonic Diffusers and J Prozac! I’ll be releasing info on each as they grow into their own! 3 chords to the future! Rock -J Prozac

The Prozacs formed in 2001, and have released numerous full-lengths, EPs, and compilation albums since. A portion of the band’s discography is available for streaming on their Bandcamp page.

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