One of Scotland’s finest, Billy Liar has just put out a new lyric video for the song “I Still Struggle”, which appears on the album Some Legacy, released on June 21 via Red Scare Industries. “I Still Struggle” is available for streaming below, and be sure to check out his upcoming tour dates (also featured below) from FEST in Gainesville to Detroit and back over to the UK. Billy Liar is covering a lot of ground. [Read more…]
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Swedish hardcore legends Refused have announced they are heading across North America later on this winter. Featuring fourteen stops, the band will play shows on both sides of the border, with a handful of Canadian dates. Joining Refused on tour will be Metz and Youth Code.
Check out a full list of dates below as well as the latest offering “Economy of Death” from Refused.
The tour comes hot off the release of Refused latest album War Music, which came out earlier this week. Be sure to check out the new album and grab your tickets for the upcoming tour as shows will likely sell out quickly. [Read more…]
Canadian psychobilly three-piece Gutter Demons have released a new video for their song “Ghostrider”. The song comes off the band’s latest release No God, No Ghost, No Saints. The video is a mixture of the fellas playing their brand of psycho-punk, all the while it seems there is a spaghetti Western playing in the background. Made hazy by the Virtual Boy camera filter, the song is clear as a bell however and as always encapsulates the wonderfully full sound of the Canadian psychobilly scene.
Check out the new video below as well as a full list of tour dates.
The latest release for Gutter Demons, as mentioned above was No God, No Ghost, No Saints, which was released back in November of last year. If you’re a fan of Raygun Cowboys you will fully enjoy the sounds of Gutter Demons. [Read more…]
Jun 22 Lansing, MI – Three Stacks Festival
Jul 6 Yellow Springs, OH – Springsfest
Jul 23 Syracuse, NY – The Lost Horizon
Jul 24 Buffalo, NY – Rec Room
Jul 25 London, Canada – Rum Runners
Jul 28 Worchester, MA – Palldium
Jul 30 Lakewood, OH – Phantasy Nightclub
Jul 31 Grand Rapids, MI – Pyramid Scheme
Aug 1 Indianapolis, IN – Old National Centre
Aug 2 Milwaukee, WI – Turner Hall
Aug 4 Iowa City, IA – Gabe’s
Aug 6 Cincinatti, OH – Southgate House Revival
Aug 8 Charleston, SC – The Music Farm
Aug 9 Virginia Beach – Peabody’s Nightclub
Aug 10 Baltimore, MD – Ottobar
Saves the Day and indie-punks Joyce Manor are heading out on tour together this summer. Saves The Day are touring in support of their autobiographical 2018 full-length, ‘9’, which came out via Equal Vision. Joyce Manor will be supporting the album ‘Million Dollars To Kill Me’, which was released via Epitaph also in 2018.
The tour dates can be found below.
Check out the full list of dates below, as well as the latest from Sincere Engineer, a stirring rendition of Paul Simon’s classic “You Can Call Me Al”.
If you are unaware of Sincere Engineer here is the rundown: Sincere Engineer exists in several forms but is primarily the brainchild/working moniker of Chicago’s Deanna Belos. She released her début full-length late last year accompanied by a full band, and it landed like a welcome breath of fresh air; honest, raw and inspiring fresh air. [Read more…]
Ever-touring Scottish pop-punk band, The Mudderbuggers have a new album, What a Mess, releasing March 15 in a spiffy little bundle, through Umlaut Records. Pre-orders for that are available here. It’s also being made available on vinyl through Asian Man (USA), Brassneck (Europe), and Waterslide Records (Japan), and we’ve got that album streaming in-full for you, below. What do ya’ know? Care for a gander?
Dying Scene is stoked to team up with the lads in Booze & Glory to debut the video for the brand new track, “Too Soon.” Clocking in at just a hair under six minutes long, the video and the song are a bit of a departure for the London-based street punk quartet. Here’s a few words from the band’s frontman, Mark, to set the scene:
“Too Soon” is a tribute to our family members and friends which are no longer with us. This is one of the most personal songs I ever wrote. We all lost and miss someone we loved and I hope people will appreciate the lyrics of this tune. This is not typical Booze & Glory track you would expect to hear but Im really pleased with it.
Check out the exclusive video for “Too Soon” below! The track is slated to appear on the band’s as-yet untitled new full length, which is due out sometime around October. The album was produced by none other than Millencolin guitarist Mathis Farm, and will also serve to mark the band’s tenth anniversary. Stay tuned for more on that special occasion soon!
Booze & Glory are about to head out on the road in support of Dropkick Murphys’ month-long US tour that kicks off this coming Sunday, February 17th, in Poughkeepsie, and winds down in Boston on St. Patrick’s Day. Full tour rundown is down below the video! Booze & Glory’s last release, Chapter IV, dropped back in 2018 on Pirates Press in the States (pick it up here) and via Burning Heart Records elsewhere in 2017.
Scottish punks The Murderburgers are allowing fans to stream a video for their latest single. The track is titled “Shots In My Skull” and will feature on the band’s forthcoming album, What a Mess.
What a Mess is The Murderburgers’s follow up to their 2016 effort 12 Habits of Highly Defective People and is due for release in Japan on February 27 and generally on March 15.
Handling the release for around the world will be: Waterslide Records in Japan, Brassneck Records in the UK and Europe, and Asian Man Records in the US. Pre-orders for the full-length are available now.
The Murderburgers will also be opening their 2019 calendar with a run of tour dates around the US and UK. Details of these and the video for “Shots In My Skull” are below. Enjoy!