Post Season to release new self-titled album on Know Hope Records

Altoona PA-based pop-punk band Post Season have announced the release of their second LP. The self-titled album will be released on July 13 via Know Hope Records.

The Post Season LP, which was produced by Paul Leavitt, is the follow up to their 2013 LP Remember and their 2015 split with west coast punk band Such a Mess.

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One If By Land (Punk, PA) Stream EP “Woodcock Township Building” b​/​w “I Don’t Miss You All the Time”

Pennsylvanian four-piece punk band One If By Land are allowing fans to stream their latest EP. The title of the record is something of a mouthful being as it is just the two titles of the songs on it – “Woodcock Township Building” b​/​w “I Don’t Miss You All the Time”. You can check it out in its entirety below.

The previous release by One If By Land was their 2016 full-length Nobody Wants to Leave.

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Nerdlinger (Skate Punk, Australia) Stream Three Tracks From Forthcoming Album “Happy Place”

Aussie skate punk three-piece Nerdlinger are allowing fans to stream three of their songs from a soon-to-be-released record, Happy Place. The album will feature 14 melodic tracks and will be available on Pee Records from July 13.

You can listen to “The Ballad of Rod Lightning”, “Underrated”, and “German Wings” below.

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The Proletariat (Punk, MA) Stream EP “The Murder Of Alton Sterling”

Boston-based punk act The Proletariat are streaming their latest EP The Murder Of Alton Sterling. The release features two tracks of anger-filled, politicised aggression. It’s available now on Bridge Nine Records.

You can check out all of The Murder Of Alton Sterling below.

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Bad Cop/Bad Cop Stream Video for “Victoria”

Fat Wreck four-piece Bad Cop/Bad Cop are streaming a music video for their tune “Victoria”. The track deals with issues of dysphoria and struggling against a feeling of self worthlessness. It’s available for your viewing pleasure below.

“Victoria” appears on Bad Cop/Bad Cop’s 2017 record Warriors.

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Mobina Galore (Punk, Canada) Stream Video for “Fade Away”

Winnipeg-based punk duet Mobina Galore are allowing fans to stream their video for “Fade Away”. The track was released last week on a 7-inch of the same name by New Damage Records. You can check it out below.

The previous release from Mobina Galore was their 2017 full-length Feeling Disconnected.

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The Mighty Mighty Bosstones Stream Single “Wonderful Day For The Race”

Boston-based ska legends The Mighty Mighty Bosstones are allowing fans to stream their latest single. The track is titled “Wonderful Day For The Race” and features on the band’s soon-to-be-released record While We’re At It.

While We’re At It is scheduled for release on June 15 on Big Rig Records. For now, you can listen to “Wonderful Day For The Race” below.

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Knuckle Puck release video for “Twist”

Knuckle Puck have released a video for “Twist”, which is off of their current album “Shapeshifter”, out via Rise Records. You can watch the video below.

You can “Shapeshifter” from all the usual platforms now.

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River Jumpers release new album “Take Your Chances”

UK pop punks River Jumpers have released their sophomore album, along with announcing that it is to be their final release, with the band splitting up after a run of upcoming dates. The band, who released debut album “Chapters” in 2012, have self-released “Take Your Chances”, which is available on Bandcamp. You can have a listen below.

Details of the band’s final dates – which include a show in Hastings, UK this Friday (25th May) as their last home country date – are below.

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Dirty Fonzy play covers of Bad Religion’s “American Jesus” and Face to Face’s “A-OK”

During their last live session, French punk rockers Dirty Fonzy performed cover versions of not one, but two, 90’s punk classics Bad Religion‘s “American Jesus” and Face to Face‘s “A-OK”. You can give it a watch below!

Dirty Fonzy just released the covers album Covering Punk Songs, which contains the studio versions of “American Jesus” and “A-OK”. It’s available on their Bandcamp page.

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Interview: Rob Castellon of Wiretap Records talks inspiration, artist signings, the state of the music industry and more

In a time where record labels are slowly on the brink of extinction, there are still smaller, independent labels out there putting out great bands and working to ensure the survival of independent music. One such record label is Wiretap Records. Based out of Los Angeles, this label is releasing some of the best new music in the scene today. Bands like Harker, Wolves&Wolves&Wolves&Wolves, and This Obsession, among many others are keeping the spirit of independent music alive with the help of Wiretap Records.  The driving force behind this is owner Rob Castellon, whose “treat the bands like a family” mentality is something that is sorely lacking within the music community today.  We got a chance to talk with Rob about how he started the label, his inspirations, his own musical ability (or lack thereof), and the process he uses to run his business.

Read the interview below.

RVIVR announce dates for European tour

Olympia-based punk rock band RVIVR is hitting the road for a short European tour this summer. See the tour dates below.

The band recently finished up recording for a new album to follow up with their 2017 single “The Tide.” We’ll keep you posted as more details surface.

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