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Monday, April 8, 2019 at 6:12 AM (PST) by Mike Scott
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Monday, March 4, 2019 at 8:54 AM (PST) by rick delaney
Progressive hardcore act Malvina have just announced that they will release their latest album Hybrid War on April 26.
Making the release possible around the world are the following record labels: Electric Funeral Records, Brazil; Ghost Factory Records & Arts, Italy; Geenger Records, Croatia; Money Fire Records, USA; Punk & Disorderly Records, Canada; Morning Wood Records, Netherlands; 5FeetUnder Records, Denmark; Razor Records, Argentina; Audioslam, Chile; Mud Cake Records, Germany; and Bomber Music, UK.
Those who can’t wait until the end of next month to check out Hybrid War are in luck. The band has been good enough to stream the title track from the effort. You can check it out below.
According to Malvina, Hybrid War is inspired by the rolling coup in Brazil and the rise of neofascism in the band’s home nation.
Tuesday, February 12, 2019 at 1:45 PM (PST) by The Torchbearer
Genre defying, Philadelphia-based five-piece mewithoutyou and indie rock group Cursive have announced some co-headlining tour dates to take place in May.
mewithoutyou last released [Untitled] in October 2018 via Run For Cover Records.
Thursday, January 24, 2019 at 12:59 PM (PST) by J.S. Moses
Scenic Presents could hardly contain themselves when they announced they would have a mysterious headliner at Bushwick’s El Cortez Tuesday night and when news broke it would be the World/ Inferno Friendship Society word spread quickly. WIFS at El Cortez was a hot ticket that became a hot and sticky event as about 100 people crammed into the tiny Safari Room.
It was a packed room for the Brooklyn based 7-piece and they delivered by playing the hits with passion and vigor. WIFS was fresh from a show in Teaneck, New Jersey at Debonair Music Hall and after a show over the bridge, it showed they were happy to be back in New York City for the evening.
Songs mostly from Red Eyed Soul and This Packed Funeral dominated the setlist and World/Inferno’s stalwart leader Jack Terricloth kept the energy high in the room from beginning to end. It was a sweaty mess by midset with the entire crowd moshing along and Jack spraying the crowd with his own perspiration.
It was reallyinterestig seeing them in such an intimate environment in their home city seeing as they regularly play venue’s two and three times the size of the narrow hallway of a space at El Cortez. It must have been pretty interesting for Terricloth as well as he proclaimed loudly as soon as he hit the stage, “what the hell are we doing at El Cortez. But reguardless of venue size WIFS gave the crowd an unrelenting set worthy of Madison Square Garden.
Brooklyn punks Cop/Out who will be touring the West Coast in support of Leftover Crack next month went on right before WIFS and they are just about the clostest thing to a super group that the Brooklyn punk scene can produce. All 4 members play in other successful bands and all 4 members help produce New Yorks best punk festival every year, Punk Island.
Cop/Out is still in their infancy and they are already rocking rooms all over the city with a major tour on the horizon. They are definitely worth keeping an eye on. Pop-punkers Fat Heaven and two piece guitar and sax duo Flesh rounded out the evening.
Tuesday, November 27, 2018 at 8:54 AM (PST) by Goldfinger
Birmingham art-punks Youth Man have released a video for their song “Valley Girl”. The song comes off the band’s recent aptly named EP Five Songs, released through Alcopop! Records. Youth Man drummer Marcus Perks had this to say about the track: “Valley Girl was the first result of our attempts to distill our songwriting into something that was as direct as possible without being bland. Funnily enough, it’s about blandness. Specifically about basics.”
Check out the new video below.
Five Songs is the first new music from Youth Man since their 2017 release Wax.
Monday, November 26, 2018 at 11:14 AM (PST) by rick delaney
Thrice have also announced they will support Bring Me The Horizon on their recently announced First Love Tour in early 2019. The dates will kick off on January 23 in Nashville and conclude on February 16 in Las Vegas. The 17-date tour will also include Fever 333 as support.
You can check out “Only Us” and the full list of tour dates below.
Monday, November 19, 2018 at 12:45 PM (PST) by J.S. Moses
The lights dim, the crowd quiets, and a chorus of “Tonight, we’re gonna, fuck shit up! Tonight, we’re gonna, fuck shit up, Tonight, we’re gonna, fuck shit up,” fills the cavernous Warsaw International Polish Home before the demonic despot Jack Terricloth hits the stage with his mischievous gang of rabble-rousers The World/Inferno Friendship Society.
It doesn’t take them long to break into their perennial opener “Tattoo’s Fade” and with its opening notes the clawed hands of the WIFS faithful reached for the heavens and moved toward their frenetic leader, the Pumpkin King. Their mere appearance on stage is a happening, but when the World/Inferno are on like they were for Hallowmas 21 they are one of the most powerful sonic forces on Earth
Hallowmas is so much more than a Halloween concert, it is a New York City underground tradition as important for its fun factor as it’s cultural significance. 21-years isn’t just a tradition, it’s an (and I apologize to Mr. Terricloth for using this word) an institution. It’s New York City’s officially unofficial punk-rock Halloween party.
Year after year WIFS pulls out all the stops for their flagship show and without fail they top themselves every time. The giant Jack puppet that performed the show’s overture was a fitting and creepy ode to Jack’s 1950’s aesthetic, while the addition of an LED screen and graphics added a more modern flair the often more vintage tones the World/Inferno are known for taking on.
Modernity aside The overall feel of the band remains that of the devil’s lounge act and what better night for them to show out than all hallows eve. The crowd full of familiar faces bounced around the room pushing and shoving and singing along because every World/Inferno show is a sing-along.
Through their extended set WIFS played a mix of the hits and the deep cuts and through the revere “Politics of Passing Out” sticks out as a complete highlight of the evening. As does their classic Halloween closer “Pumpkin Time” which when performed was accompanied by a stilt-walking great pumpkin who mid-song stripped out their orange costume into a bedazzled BDSM outfit.
But Hallowmas is about so much more than what songs World/Inferno played or which band’s open, Crazy and the Brains, and Gallows Bound as it were.
It’s about the fact that every year you know it’s going to happen. It’s about getting out there and mixing it up with the creatures of the night and it’s about throwing a New York City Halloween Party that’s meant for the weirdos.
Thursday, November 1, 2018 at 6:59 PM (PST) by liathdavis
Earlier this year Fucked Up released their new album “Dose Your Dreams.” Now, Fucked Up are streaming a new compilation of eight various tracks featuring the members of the band backing eight different female vocalists from the early punk and indie scene. The new compilation is available on Static Shock Records.
Check it out below!
Saturday, October 27, 2018 at 1:21 PM (PST) by jaystone
Viva Death, the brainchild of Face To Face bassist extraordinaire Scott Shiflett, has released a brand new album called Illuminate. A labor of love for Shiflett and mad scientist/producer Chad Blinman (Face To Face, Boxer, Saves The Day, etc), Illuminate marks the first Viva Death release since 2010’s Curse The Darkness. Check it out below!
Illuminate was released yesterday (October 26th). It was self-produced and distributed, and is available at all of your traditional digital retailers here.
The Bouncing Souls are currently working on an album to be released next year in honor of their 30th anniversary. Their last release was 2016’s “Simplicity”, released through Rise Records.
Monday, October 8, 2018 at 11:47 AM (PST) by rick delaney
Genre defying, Philadelphia-based five-piece mewithoutyou are streaming their latest album. The record features 12 post-hardcore-influenced, mixed tempo tracks that will likely excite fans of punky sounding music that doesn’t fit into labelled boxes easily.
You can enjoy the latest work from mewithoutyou below. The previous effort from the band was their similarly untitled EP, which came out in August of this year.
Monday, October 8, 2018 at 6:06 AM (PST) by Mike Scott
The video is out to coincide with the band’s UK tour – dates also detailed below.
Friday, October 5, 2018 at 2:32 PM (PST) by Johnny X
Dose Your Dreams is the bands’ first full length since 2014’s Glass Boys.
SkyTigers claim to hail from "parts unknown" and that could apply as much to their genre distinction as it could to their regional origins. Citing influences from Motorhead to Iron Maiden the thrash/metal influence is obvious from the get go but the vocals and overall delivery feels distinctly punk rock, perhaps in the vein of Comeback Kid. They're raw, fast, angry, and in terms of their new EP "Disasterbation," they're free. If you're looking for something to listen to next time you want to destroy something this is for you. Give the album a listen and snag it for free on bandcamp.