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The Slaughterhouse Chorus set to release one final EP, pre-orders for “…In the Name of Progress” available now

After 10 years as a band, Albany Americana punkers The Slaughterhouse Chorus are calling it quits at the end of 2019. However they plan on going out with a bang with one last EP, …In The Name of Progress, brought to you by Built4BBQ Records. ...In the Name of Progress will be the band’s first release since 2014. Pre-orders for that album are available here… also available in vinyl.



Carousel Kings (pop punk) release new song ‘Lock Meowt’ and announce new album

Carousel Kings will put out their new studio album ‘Ultra’ via Victory Records on May 31st. Along with announcing the new record, they have also released a new single ‘Lock Meowt’. This will be their first release since ‘Charm City’ came out in 2017, also on Victory.

Guitarist Will Barovick believes that the single reflects where pop punk is heading in 2019. You can see if you agree by watching the video below.



Stickup Kid (pop punk) announce new album and stream title track ‘Soul Drive’

California pop punk band Stickup Kid are back with a new album, ‘Soul Drive,’ which will be released on May 3rd via Billie Joe Armstrong’s Adeline Records. This will be the band’s first full length since ‘Future Fire’ which was released in 2013. The band have stated that they were eager to step away from being another generic pop punk band with this new album.

Check out their new video below.



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.



The Jasons stream new song “Blood In The Streets”

Hockey masked, leather clad act The Jasons are streaming their new song, “Blood In The Streets,” which is the title track to their upcoming album that is due out on May 3rd.

You can give the song a listen below.

The Jasons last released Get Fucked in March 2016.



Tio Rico (Punk, UK) Stream Single “Unfledged” From Forthcoming Album “Suck It”

Manchester “noise grunk” merchants Tio Rico have a new record coming out and to get fans in the mood they’ve been releasing singles from it. The second is titled “Unfledged” and although it’s only officially out on April 26 via major streaming platforms, as well as through local label Horn and Hoof Records and Code 7 Distribution, you can listen to it early below.

Release details, including the title of the album itself are still-to-be-announced. The previous collection of music from Tio Rico was the 2017 EP, Business and Pleasure.



Stoj Snak (Folk, Denmark) Streams New Video For “Apex Predator”

Danish folk punk songwriter Stöj Snak has released a new video for the track “Apex Predator”. It’s featured on the artist’s forthcoming release, a split with portable punks Speed Dinosaurs titled The Mass Extinction EP. The full record will be out at the end of this week, April 19, via TNS Records and 5FeetUnder Records

The video tells the story of a modern caveman hunting for frozen food. It was created in the band’s typical DIY spirit from royalty-free photos overlaid with simple hand-drawn animations by Stöj Snak frontman Niels Højgaard Sørensen.

You can check out “Apex Predator” below.



Clowns (Punk, Australia) Stream Latest Album “Nature/Nurture”

Aussie thrashers Clowns have just released their fourth studio album to date. Nature/Nurture is being handled by domestic label Damaged in Australia and New Zealand, as well as the almighty Fat Wreck Chords in the rest of the world.

You can check out Nature/Nurture here and as well you might since it’s clearly going to be a contender for album of the year.

The previous collection of tunes released by Clowns was the 2017 full-length, Lucid Again. 

 



Dead Broke Rekerds (NY) Stream Sampler “Year of the Dawg”

New York’s Dead Broke Rekerds has compiled a sampler featuring a track from each release it handled during 2018. You can expect tunes from Life Hacks, Parasites, Iron Chic, and a load more on the collection titled Year of the Dawg.

You can check out this entire 16-song compilation below. The label encourages fans to pick up a physical copy or even a shirt featuring the wild and brilliant artwork by Tom Lowell pictured.



Assembly of Arsonists (Piano Punk, AZ) Stream Teaser Track from New Album “The End is Dear”

Piano-driven folk punkers Assembly of Arsonists are allowing fans to stream a track from their recently announced full-length album. The effort is titled The End is Dear and will be released on May 24 this year. It’s the first new music from the four-piece since their 2017 split with Diego Galvan, Hostility/Heartbreak.

For now, you can listen to “Learning at Both Ends” to get you in the mood for the album dropping next month below.



New Found Glory share video for cover of ‘Eye Of The Tiger’

Pop punk legends New Found Glory have shared a third video from their upcoming ‘From The Screen To Your Stereo Part 3’ out May 3 via Hopeless Records. This time Survivor’s ‘Eye Of The Tiger’ gets the New Found Glory makeover. They clearly had a lot of fun making this cover EP and the videos. All three released so far have been a fun listen (although this one is probably the least interesting).

Check out the video for ‘Eye Of The Tiger’ along with the EP track listing below.



Big Nothing (melodic punk) debut ‘Real Name’ from forthcoming album

Brooklyn Vegan is premiering a new song ‘Real Name’ from the debut album from Big Nothing. The band is made up of Spraynard singer/guitarist Pat Graham, Liz Parsons of Casual, Matt Quinn of Crybaby and Chris Jordan from Young Livers. They released their self-titled debut EP via Asian Man Records in 2017, and are now about to release their first full-length album ‘Chris’ which is out May 10 on Salinas Records.

If you were familiar with their more punk sounding EP, you will notice that this is in a slightly different direction. Check out the ‘Real Name’ below.



Ten Foot Pole announce new album, tour dates

Ten Foot Pole have announced that they will be releasing their new album, Escalating Quickly, on May 10th via Thousand Islands Records.

The band has also announced some tour dates to promote the new album.  You can check out all of those dates and locations below.

This will be the first time the veteran punks have put out new music since Setlist in 2017, which was released via Cyber Tracks and featured two new songs. The last full studio album was Subliminable Messages back in 2004.



Charger (punk) streaming first song “Victim” off upcoming album

Charger is the new side project of Rancid’s Matt Freeman and they are streaming the first new song “Victim” off their upcoming self-titled début album. Due out May 10th via Pirates Press Records. The first taste of Charger features a very familiar sound, with the signature Rancid bass lines everyone has come to love. However, the lyrics and rest of the music is a much edgier and fast paced sound than we’ve heard from Rancid in years.

You don’t have to take my word for it, you can check out the new song below.

As mentioned above, this is the début release for Charger. If You’re a fan of older Rancid, you will love this new song. 



Dead Bars (punk) streaming second song “Freaks” off upcoming album

Seattle punks Dead Bars are streaming the second song “Freaks” off of their upcoming album Regulars. The new album is set to drop on May 3rd, and it is one of those under the radar, new releases you want to miss out on. These guys have that great mix of gravely vocals and shout-along choruses. It’s definitely not a sound a city like Seattle is known for (they’d probably fit in better among their peers in Jersey, Richmond, Gainesville, or even the bay area), so a lot of the album is about not being accepted. 

You can check out the new song below.

The last release Dream Gig came out back in 2017. Dead Bars have a sound that reminds me of a more gravelly version of The Menzingers.