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SAGO (hardcore) stream new album “Flood Island”

Toronto hardcore punk act SAGO are streaming their new album, Flood Island, which was released on September 1st.

You can give it a listen below.

SAGO last released City-Wide Garbage Strike in November 2015.

She’s The Band (punk, Australia) stream new EP “A Place Of Our Own”

Australian punk act She’s The Band are streaming their new EP, A Place Of Our Own, which was released on September 14th via Pee Records.

You can give it a listen below.

She’s The Band last released It Comes To Break in December 2016.

Extra Arms stream two new songs from upcoming album “Headacher”

Extra Arms (formerly Ryan Allen and His Extra Arms) are streaming two new songs from their upcoming album, Headacher, which is set to be released on October 12th via Get Party! Records.

You can give them a listen below.

Extra Arms last released Basement Punk in September 2016.

Erotic Novels (pop punk) stream new album “There Is No Language In Our Love”

New Jersey pop-punk/indie act Erotic Novels are streaming their new album, There Is No Language In Our Love, which was released on September 7th via GTG Records.

You can give it a listen below.

Erotic Novels last released Debut in July 2017.

Running Stitches (punk, Germany) stream new EP

German punk act Running Stitches are streaming their debut EP, She’s A Landmine/Stuck, which was released on September 3rd via Steeltown Records.  Check it out below.

Bud Bronson And The Good Timers (melodic punk) stream new song “Back To The Womb”

Denver melodic punks Bud Bronson And The Good Timers are streaming their new song “Back To The Womb,” which comes from their upcoming album, Between the Outfield and Outer Space, that is set to be released on October 12th via Snappy Little Numbers.

You can give it a listen below.

Bud Bronson And The Good Timers last released Fantasy Machine in November 2015.

Audio Karate stream new track “Bounce”

Audio Karate, who recently announced the re-release of their debut album “Space Camp”, have now released their first new material in over a decade. “Bounce” is one of 13 tracks recorded by the band back in 2007 that have never seen the light of day. You can have a listen below.

The track is part of a self-titled 7″ release, due out this week.

New Music: Michael Kane and the Morning Afters cover Bruce Springsteen’s “Born To Run”

So while we were out and about on our Sunday errands, we completely forgot that The Boss himself, Bruce Springsteen, turned 69 (nice!) yesterday! To honor the special occasion, Massachusetts-based rock-n-roller’s Michael Kane & The Morning Afters recorded and released a cover of Springsteen’s career-defining “Born To Run.” Stream it below!

Michael Kane & The Morning Afters’ last studio album, “Laughing At The Shape I’m In,” was released last year on State Line Records.

Nowhere Fast (ffo: The Menzingers, Flatliners) stream “Soft Spoken” off upcoming “Aeonian” LP

In preparation for their upcoming album, Aeonian, out October 5, 2018, Louisville rockers Nowhere Fast have released a new single, “Soft Spoken”. Stream that track below

Ship of Fools (punk) release new album “A Perfect Place For Harmony”

Ontario gruff punks Ship of Fools have released their first album – a full length called, A Perfect Place For Harmony. It is a fast and hardcore record for all classic punk fans that just want to headband to some heavy beer-soaked tunes.

You can listen to the full thing below.

A Perfect Place For Harmony follows the band’s 2015 EP, Broken Knuckles. 

Vanilla Pod stream new EP “Goodbye My Love”

UK punks Vanilla Pod are now streaming their new EP “Goodbye My Love” from Make That A Take Records.

Vanilla Pod’s last release was “Seeing Out The Sunrise” which was released in April 2015.

Check out the new digs below.

Moonraker stream new album “Lanterns”

SoCal punks  Moonraker are now streaming their new album, “Lanterns.” Previously these guys streamed a new track, “They Called Me Mr. Glass.” Here’s what they had to say about it: 

“We’re probably never gonna write a better love song than “I Hope I Don’t Fuck This Up” by Dollar Signs, and we’re probably not gonna write a better tour song than “Van, Forever” by Not Half Bad, but “They Called Me Mr. Glass” is sort of our attempt to do both. It’s a song about missing the person you love while at the same time loving that you’re gone. Also, we threw like five Beyonce references into the first verse, cause Beyonce rules!”

“Lanterns” is now streaming via Tiny Dragon Records. Check it out!

Heart A Tact stream new album “Connect the Disconnected”

German melodic punk band Heart A Tact are now streaming their new album Connect the Disconnected from Melodic Punk Style

Heart A Tact’s last material was their self titled release in November of 2016.

Check out the new digs below!

Darker Days stream new single “Sydney”

Massachusetts based punks Darker Days are now streaming their new track “Sydney” which explores the rumination of a relationship due to sudden death.

The five piece are planning to release their self titled EP in October so make sure to keep up with us as we know more!

Check out the new track below.

Pour Habit announce new music for 2019

California punks Pour Habit have announced new music for 2019 according to their Facebook

Make sure to keep your eyes peeled for updates from us as we know more!