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Mobina Galore (Punk, Canada) Stream New Album “Don’t Worry”

Winnipeg-based punk duo Mobina Galore have just released their latest album. The effort is titled Don’t Worry and you can listen to it below. Of course, if you like it, buy it to support great underground music.

The previous release from Mobina Galore was the single from February this year, “Zoë (It Ripped Me Apart)”.



Free Sergio (Skate Punk, Israel) Stream Debut Album “Arrows”

Israeli melodic punks Free Sergio are allowing fans to stream their entire debut album. The effort is titled Arrows and you can check it out below.

You’ll also find some autumn European tour dates for the band below too.



Forsaken Profits (Trash Punk, GA) Stream New Album “Destroy The Evidence”

Atlanta-based thrash punks Forsaken Profits are allowing fans to stream their entire new album, “Destroy The Evidence”. The effort features 16 raging tracks and you can check it out in full below. You’ll also find a few tour dates listed too. The band are heading out on their fifth road trip of 2019 next month.

The previous release from Forsaken Profits was the 2018 EP, Forsaken Pleasures.



Tio Rico (Punk, UK) Stream “Don’t Tell Me To Smile” From Forthcoming Album, “Shit Show Pony”

Manchester-based punks Tio Rico have a new album in the works and to get you lot in the mood for it, they’ve been good enough to stream a track from it ahead of its release. The album itself is called Shit Show Pony. It’s due out on November 22 via Horn & Hoof Records.

If you can’t wait that long for some new Tio Rico in your life, check below. You’ll find the teaser track from the new record, “Don’t Tell Me To Smile”. Enjoy!



The Lungs Release Video for New Track “Vizitant”

Central Valley based punk trio, The Lungs are back with a new track and they made a video for it! Comprised of nearly 3,000 individual photos beautifully shot from the back of a ’98 Ford Explorer and stitched together, this is quite possibly the greatest (non-porn) video to ever come outta The SFV! Check it out.. even though you can’t fap to it… well, we guess you could but it would be weird. We don’t care either way, just watch it below.



Omnigone (ex-Link 80) release debut album “No Faith”

Omnigone, the brand new East Bay ska-punk outfit started by Adam Davis of Link 80 and featuring members of We Are The Union, Rx Bandits, Ogikubo Station, and Skatune Network, just dropped their long-anticipated debut album No Faith via Bad Time Records. The thirteen-track release is an evolutionary chart of all of the best parts of ska music we’ve seen grow and change over the past four decades that really showcases Davis’ skill as a musician and songwriter as well as his unflinching love for the genre. No Faith is written from the perspective of someone who has been making and playing punk music for more than twenty years, so there are a lot of complicated emotions tied up in these songs, but at the end of the day Omnigone’s central themes are rooted in positivity and gratitude. Is it the ska record we deserve in 2019? Maybe not, but it’s the one we need right now.

No Faith is out now on all streaming platforms but you can still stream the full album over at Pure Grain Audio if that’s more your speed, or snag a vinyl variant through Bad Time Records.



The Penske File stream new track “Copper Sky”

Burly City natives The Penske File are streaming their latest song “Copper Sky”. No word yet on whether this is a part of a larger project, but coming off the heels of their 2018 masterpiece Salvation, one can only hope. The new track features that maple-coated vocal sound we’ve come to love, as well as the raw guitar sound that can only be acquired through some long, cold nights, floating through the endless misery of a Canadian winter.

Check out the new track below.

As mentioned above, The Penske File’s latest release was Salvation back in 2018. Unlike George Louis Costanza, The Penske File is definitely Penske material, so do yourself a favor and give them a listen.



Stray From The Path (hardcore, NY) announce new album “Internal Atomics” and tour, debut new single “Kickback”

Stray From The Path, one of the most enduring bands in Long Island hardcore, have announced their ninth full-length album, Internal Atomics, out November 1 via UNFD. Internal Atomics is ten tracks fueled by the same politically-charged passion and furious energy that have kept Stray From The Path going strong for almost two decades. Through this album they hope to provide both a release and a call to action for listeners, aiming to mobilize them against apathy, corruption, and the misplaced priorities of past generations. To that end they’re debuting “Kickback”, a single off the forthcoming album that features Counterparts‘ Brendan Murphy on vocals.

“Counterparts have been brothers to us for nearly a decade. We came up together, and we support each other in our careers,” said Stray From The Path of the collaboration. “We’re lucky to be able to have Brendan feature on our new song ‘Kickback’ and do our first tour on our new albums together. We also got to do some stupid/fun stuff with Counterparts making a mystery cover 7” and offer it with both of our albums and tickets to our tour together.”

To celebrate both bands’ new releases, Stray From The Path and Counterparts will be embarking on a North American tour together in October, immediately followed by a solo tour across the U.K. and Europe for Stray From The Path. Listen to “Kickback” and check out the tour dates below.



The Run Up (melodic punk, U.K.) release new single “Portraits”

Today U.K. punks The Run Up are premiering the first single,Portraits”, off of their new album In Motion over at New Noise Magazine. In Motion is out October 3, 2019 on Real Ghost Records (UK), Gunner Records (EU), Get Party! Records (CA), and La Escalera Records/Swamp Cabbage Records/&Vinyl Records (US). The boys from Bristol will be supporting the release with a North American tour that ends at The Fest.

Check out the tour dates and give “Portraits” a listen below.



The Run Up (UK) Announces US Tour in Support of New Album

Bristol, UK punks The Run Up have announced a US tour in support of their new album in motion which releases on October 3rd (preorder here). Along the way, the lads will be teaming up with Michiganders,  Foxgrave for mostly the West Cost stops and Tennessee emo punks, Rough Dreams for the Eastern half of the country. All dates and stops are listed on the kick ass tour poster above, dummies! So, get out to one of them and show our guests a good time!



Western Settings premiere video for “Big” off upcoming full-length ,”Another Year”

Western Settings are all set to put out their second full-length album, Another Year, this Friday, September 6 on A-F RecordsAnother Year will be a follow-up to their most recent EP, Old Pain, which was released all the way back in 2016, and produced by Tyson Annicharico (Chicken) of Dead To Me, as is Western Settings’ soon-to-be released LP. Pre-orders for that are available here.

Western Settings is already in the middle of a 16-date North American run, and to mark this particular occasion in the band’s existence they are releasing a new music video for the as-yet unreleased, and arguably strongest single on the album, “Big” – and they are premiering it right here for all you famous, healthy undying scenesters. Get a load of the new video, “Big” below, and be sure to check out the tour flyer (also featured) to see if you can catch these guys in your town on their current and ongoing tour.



Hellbent (Toronto HC) stream music video, “King”

(FFO: Converge,Trash Talk) Toronto based hardcore act Hellbent has just released a new penguin-filled music video for the song “King” off their recently released 7″, Dead Off The Floor, available here from Pink Lemonade Records (North America) and Angry and Hungry Records. (Europe)  Stream “King” and check out Hellbent’s upcoming tour dates below. Also, for fans of Pup – included is a bonus video which earned Hellbent a finalist position in the recent “Free at Last” Cover Contest. Enjoy!



Audio Karate streaming new song “Sin Chuchillo”

California punks Audio Karate are streaming the new track “Sin Chuchillo”. It happens to be the second offering off of the band’s long-awaited, much-anticipated, new release Malo. The new album will be the third release for the punk veterans, originally recorded back in 2007 but never released, the album will finally see the light of day thanks to Wiretap Records and a little help remixing from Mike Jimenez (Rufio), the album will finally be released October 18th.

Check out the new song below.

This will be the first new music from Audio Karate since the 2004 release Lady Melody.



Nonstarter (melodic skate punk) stream music video/release new EP

Melodic skate punk band, Nonstarter have just released their debut EP, Seasoned Stuntman on all the usual digital formats. Along with that, here is yet another video shot by the band member’s own Open Ended Films. This one is for “The Dish” and you can view that music video below.

 

Photo credit: Jared Hall



Montreal hardcore band Kennedy stream new music video for title-track off upcoming album, “Blood and Soil”

Canadian hardcore act, Kennedy are back with a new studio release called Blood and Soil due out sometime this coming fall. It will be the band’s first of such since their 2015 debut full-length The Guilty Poor which is available for streaming on their bandcamp page. In that time the band has toured Canada relentlessly, from DIY basement shows to maxed out theaters opening for the likes of Dillinger Escape Plan and Norma Jean, among others.

Kennedy has just released the music video to the title-track, “Blood and Soil” which highlights class struggle, and recent (yet persistent) aggressions from those traitors to the working-person, the boys in blue. Art and video direction were handled by Nick Pegg of Hashtag Hope with the help of one Joe O’Connor. “Blood and Soil” was produced by Felix Crawford-Legault, recorded and mixed by Ben Evans at Burning Room Studios, and mastered by Brad Boatwright at Audio Siege Mastering Studio.

Please enjoy the video for “Blood and Soil” below, and for those of you celebrating Labor Day, please remember the blood, sweat and tears of those who battled and died before us.