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Stream Tear Them Down’s new album, “No Sleep ‘Til Aröd”

Swedish punk band Tear Them Down is currently streaming their new album, No Sleep ‘Til Aröd, which you can listen to below.

Their last release was 2016’s Abide EP.



Tear Them Down (Sweden) release music video for “The Nihilist Tone”

Swedish punks Tear Them Down have released a video for their new song “The Nihilist Tone,” which comes from their upcoming EP, No Sleep Til Arod, that is set to be released on May 10th via Morning Wood Records and Backbite Records.

You can check it out below.

Tear Them Down last released Abide in 2016.



Skate Punks 69 Enfermos (Brazil) and Symphony of Distraction (US) Stream Split “They Came From Faster Space”

Brazil’s 69 Enfermos and California-based Symphony of Distraction have united on record for your listening pleasure. The combination of this skate punk fusion is a split effort entitled They Came From Faster Space. The record features five tracks of rapid fire, uber melodious punk rock, tailored to those with a pining to return to the mid-nineties. Handling the release for the two bands is Dutch label Morning Wood Records.

Guitarist and vocalist of 69 Enfermos, Dalin Focazzio, had the following to say about They Came From Faster Space:

“This is something that everyone who loves and misses the old ’90s skate punk should listen to, and as big fans of Symphony of Distraction we’re very proud to be part of it.”

 

You can check out the entire split below. If you like it, pick up a copy here and help support great underground sounds.

The previous releases from Symphony of Distraction and 69 Enfermos were the 2018 comeback album, Horse, and the 2017 full-length, A Place to Call Home respectively.



The Siknotes (Punk, UK) Stream Latest Album “Welcome to the Party, Pal”

UK-based purveyors of rapid ’90s style punk rock The Siknotes are allowing fans to stream their entire latest album. It’s titled Welcome to the Party, Pal and features eleven tracks inspired by hard drinking and classic Fat Wreck Chord’s bands.

The Siknotes are also hitting the road later this month to promote their new record. They’ll be boozing their way through eight European towns and cities with German skate punks Money Left to Burn in late May/early June.

You can check out all of Welcome to the Party, Pal as well as the tour poster below. Physical copies of the album will be available on May 20th for the CD and June 10th for vinyl.



The Siknotes (Punk, UK) Announce Album “Welcome to the Party, Pal” and Stream Teaser Track

The UK-based beer swiggers in The Siknotes have announced that they will release their latest album on April 22, 2018. The record is titled Welcome to the Party, Pal and will be available on Morning Wood and Bad Granola Records. The band are currently taking pre-orders for the album over at their bandcamp page.

The Siknotes describe their latest effort as being for fans of “Fat Wreck, partying, and Die Hard.”

As well as the new record, The Siknotes will be hitting the road with German skate punkers Money Left to Burn.

We’ve included the tour poster, as well as a sample from Welcome to the Party, Pal below.



Hoist the Colours (Skate Punk, Holland) Stream Video for “Red Room”

Dutch skate punk group Hoist the Colours are allowing fans to stream a video for their track “Red Room”. The tune features on a self-titled split record with RunningLate that was released last November.

You can check out the video for “Red Room” below. Enjoy.



Tear Them Down (Sweden) announce April Germany tour

Swedish punks Tear Them Down have announced a tour of Germany this April. You can find the dates below and a video for “Take Me Back,” off their 2016 EP, “Abide,” below!



Hoist The Colours and RunningLate release split EP

Dutch punk acts Hoist the Colours and RunningLate have released a new, 6 song split EP this week on Morning Wood Records. The EP is out as a download and on CD, with orders up for the physicals now.

You can have a listen to the whole thing below.



No End In Sight stream new album “Faded Memories”

Montreal punks No End In Sight are streaming their new album Faded Memories in its entirety.

You can give it a listen below.

Faded Memories was released on November 20th, 2017 via Morning Wood Records.



Dearly Divided (melodic) streaming new album “So Much for New Beginnings”

California melodic punks Dearly Divided are streaming their new album “So Much for New Beginnings”. The album released through Felony Records and Morning Wood Records is a real treasure, if you haven’t heard of Dearly Divided they hit you with a crisp sound, like walking out the door in a t-shirt in Thunder Bay in January. Recorded at Fat Mike’s Motor Studios this album does not disappoint.

You can check out this masterpiece below.

This represents the highly anticipated follow up album to Dearly Divided’s self titled album released in 2014. If your a fan of GAS Drummers or No Use For a Name these guys combine the awesomeness of both these bands.



Hoist The Colours stream new song “7602”

Dutch punks Hoist the Colours are streaming a track off their upcoming split with RunningLate. The song’s called “7602”, and you can check it out below.

The split will be released soon through Melodic Punk StyleMorning Wood Records, and Umlaut Records.

Listen to a track from RunningLate’s side here.



Hoist The Colours and RunningLate announce split EP

Dutch punk acts  Hoist the Colours and  RunningLate announced a 6 song split EP.

Pre-orders for the EP will be available soon via  Melodic Punk Style, Morning Wood Records, Umlaut Records, and both bands.

You can stream a track from the EP here.



Hans Roofthooft (F.O.D.) and Matteo Caldari (7Years) stream split album

Hans Roofthoot of F.O.D. and Matteo Caldari of 7Years are streaming their new split album. You can give it a listen below, and buy it on bandcamp.

This split was released on October 2nd through Bearded PunkInconsapevoleMorning Wood and No Reason Records.



Doghouse (skate punk, Serbia) stream full-length “Never Cry Wolf”

Veterans of the Belgrade punk scene, Doghouse, are allowing fans to stream their entire album Never Cry Wolf. Heavy, fast, and chocked full of riffs, the release should excite fans of classic ’90s melodic punk – metallic edges and all.

Check out Never Cry Wolf below and grab a copy if you’re into it.



Honey (punk) streaming new single “Recovering In L.A.”

Italian punks Honey are streaming an awesome new single “Recovering In L.A.”.

You can give it listen below.

The new single is the first new release from the band since 2016’s “Blast”. The catchy new tune is a throwback to the 90’s pop punk explosion and without a doubt will have you hunting for your Yellowcard collection.