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Boss’ Daughter stream new song Ace of BAC/DC

Reno punks Boss’ Daughter are streaming their new song, “Ace of BAC/DC”, which comes from an as of yet unannounced upcoming release.

You can give the song a listen below.

Boss’ Daughter last released Sleep in May 2016. 



Dan Vapid And The Cheats stream new album “Three”

Dan Vapid And The Cheats are streaming their new album, Three, which was released on March 15th via Eccentric Pop Records.

You can give the album a listen below.

Dan Vapid And The Cheats last released Two in July 2013.



Dial Drive (Punk, FL) stream new album “Wasted Time”

Florida’s Dial Drive are streaming their new album, Wasted Time, which was released on March 8th via A Jam Records.

You can give it a listen below.

Dial Drive last released Viva Le’ Jit in January 2018.



Pizzatramp (Thrash Punk, UK) Announce Latest Album, “Grand Relapse”

UK thrash punks Pizzatramp are back with a new album. The effort, titled Grand Relapse, is due out on much-loved domestic label TNS Records on April 5.

According to a press release from TNS, Grand Relapse is the finest work from the Pizzatramp three to date. Guitarist and vocalist Jim had the following to say of it:

“This album tackles the cult of Scientology, the dangers of taking pills on school nights, the stupidity of white racist scum, the systematic destruction of the NHS, the mindless hell of working rubbish jobs and a load of songs about hangovers, comedowns and drinking.”

 

The previous release from Pizzatramp was just last month – a split record with The Domestics called Discipline.

 

 



Madaline (Ska, TX) Stream Latest Album “It Is What It Is”

Texas-based ska outfit Madaline have put their entire latest album online for fans to stream. The record is titled It Is What It Is and features a total of 10 horn-driven ditties – ideal for a pre-summer skank.

You can check out It Is What It Is below. It’s the latest music from Madaline since their 2017 effort, The Coast is Clear.



Scott Sellers (Pop Punk, CA) Releases Album “Being Strange” and Stream Two Tracks

Former Rufio guitarist and vocalist Scott Sellers has released his latest solo album under his own name and will be streaming two of the tracks from the effort, which is titled Being Strange. Handling the release for Scott Sellers is Canada’s Punk and Disorderly Records.

The two songs chosen to tease the album are called “Only in December” and “Being Strange”. You can listen to them below.

The previous release from Scott Sellers was the 2018 album, Strings. 



Direct Hit! Stream Latest Music Video “Altered States”

Milwaukee-based punks Direct Hit! are streaming a music video for a tune that appeared on their 2018 album, Crown of Nothing. 

Nick Woods, the vocalist for Direct Hit!, had the following to say about the track chosen to release as a single:

“Devon brought “Altered States” to the table early on in the process of writing Crown Of Nothing. Lyrically, it’s a nihilist song – it’s the point at which the characters in the album’s story find themselves on the same page, and come to a bunch of bleak conclusions about humanity and the afterlife… Even though it’s one of my favorite tracks on the record, if I listen too closely I have to listen to all the rest of the tunes that follow it to remind myself of the redemption that comes from hopelessness. We shot the video pretty quickly in a single night with our pals Adam and Derek and their crew, who’ve created a lot of our media over the last few years.”

You can check out the video for”Altered States” below.



Skipjack Stream “Safe Spaces” From Forthcoming EP

San Diego-based skate punk group Skipjack are allowing fans to stream their latest single. The effort is titled, “Safe Spaces” and will appear on a soon-to-be-released EP from the band. Further details of this release are currently unknown.

You can check out “Safe Spaces” below. The previous release from Skipjack was the 2017 album, Songs From The Great American Bargain Bin.



Recommended Album Stream: Versus You (melodic punk) – “Worn And Loved”

There are just too many bands now. Too many albums releasing every week, everything streaming on bandcamp and spotify. We just can’t cover them all anymore. You don’t need that. What you need is somebody you trust to tell you which of the many new punk albums released every week are worth your time. Here’s one for you:

I’m not entirely sure what Luxembourg is known best for but I would not have guessed pop punk to be one of them. Versus You are here to defy that. The four-piece from one of Europe’s smallest countries know how to write catchy pop-punk songs and after the very first track of their new album “Worn And Loved” I knew the entire release was going to stand out from the pack. Proof is a click away below.

Versus You last released Times Of War/Let’s Make Love in August 2018.



Petrol Girls (Punk Rock) release brand new single “The Sound” and reveal details of their new album

Petrol Girls have announced that they will release a brand new album later this year.  “Cut & Stitch” is out May 24th through Hassle Records on digital, 12” vinyl and CD, and the band are today premiering the first single from the LP – “The Sound”.

The single marks a fierce return for one of the most exciting bands in the scene right now, and you can check out the official video with all of the band’s forthcoming tour dates – including their newly announced Rough Trade instores, and their dates with War On Women – below.



Strung Out finish new album

California punk legends Strung Out announced on their Instragram profile that they are on the last week of tracking their new album at Maple Sound Studios.

When the record will be released is unknown, but we’ll keep you posted as more details on it come to light.

Strung Out last released the acoustic EP Black Out the Sky about a year ago on Fat Wreck Chords, while their most recent full-length record Transmission.Alpha.Delta came out in 2015.



The Lawrence Arms begin working on first album in five years

It’s been five years since The Lawrence Arms released their latest album Metropole. Well, now the band is in the studio working on a new album, with eight songs written or recorded so far, including a cover song.

This is what the band wrote, separately, on their Twitter account: “8 songs for this new record. One is a cover. Chris is better than ever and beex is deeply disturbed. It’s gonna be wild.It’s not gonna be an 8 song record, dipshits. This is merely a progress report.Oh. It’s not the kinda cover you’re thinkin. You’ll never even know which one it is.”

The Lawrence Arms’ most recent release is the compilation album We Are the Champions of the World, which was released in March of last year on Fat Wreck Chords.



CJ Ramone announces new solo album, releases first single

Former Ramones bassist CJ Ramone has announced that he will release his new solo album called The Holy Spell… on May 10th via Fat Wreck Chords.

About the album’s title, CJ stated, “I never lost that magical feeling that you get from music, and that’s where the title came in. The bands that I listened to when I was young that I really enjoyed, I can still put that music on now, and it still has the same magic for me.”

The Holy Spell… is now available for pre-order, while the track listing and its lead single “Blue Skies” can be found below.



LVGER (Oi!, NYC) announce debut self-titled EP

New York City Oi! band LVGER have announced their debut self-titled EP will be released on March 21st via Oi! The Boat Records.

The band is streaming 4 of the 6 songs ahead of the release.  You can give those a listen below, and pre-order the EP here.



Kaddish (post-hardcore, Scotland) stream new album “What World Was Still?”

Scottish based post hardcore act Kaddish are streaming their new album, What World Was Still?, which was released on November 30th, 2018 via Make That A Take Records.

You can give it a listen below.

Kaddish last released Thick Letters To Friends in August 2014.