Hey friends, Llama here. My band, The Dolly Llamas is now streaming the first two tracks off our upcoming Good Run EP, releasing on all major streaming services December 15. Get a sneak peak at A.P.R.A.P.I. and Tacos below.
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Friday, November 15, 2019 at 10:00 AM (PST) by Dolly Llama
Monday, November 11, 2019 at 9:34 PM (PST) by Chris Ramone
Fans have been patiently awaiting a new record from The Offspring since they released their last full-length to date Days Go By back in 2012. Well, the band recently updated their Facebook page confirming that next year will see new music from the band. No further more details are available at this point, but what it is known is that the new album was produced by Bob Rock and will likely be their first one without their bassist Gregory “Greg K.” Kriesel.
Greg K., who hadn’t performed live with The Offspring since last year, recently filed a lawsuit against his two of his bandmates — vocalist/guitarist Bryan “Dexter” Holland and guitarist Kevin “Noodles” Wasserman — alleging trademark infringement and breach of partnership agreement over the rights to the Offspring name. Stepping in for Greg live has been H2O guitarist and Offspring touring member Todd Morse.
Along with Dexter and Noodles, Greg is one of the three members to appear on all of The Offspring’s albums since their 1989 self-titled debut. It’s not clear if he did actually perform bass on the new record.
Vancouver pop-punk five-piece Chief State have released a new single. “Deciduous” is out now on all the usual platforms – and is the first track to be taken from upcoming album Tough Love, out at some point early next year.
Have a listen to the track on Spotify.
Dutch punk trio Antillectual have released a new single. “Fever” is the second track to be released from a session recorded at Tim van Doorn’s Big Dog Recordings in Antwerp, Belgium.
You can have a listen – and see upcoming dates – below.
Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 8:33 PM (PST) by J.S. Moses
While more often than not Los Angeles based indie rockers Historian come out with a deeper ethereal sound that can be more described as alt than punk, their new record Distractions really breaks that mold. The record, due out January 17 is much more raw and powerful than all of the group’s previous works and acts as somewhat of the blow-off for all the steam they have been building up while crafting 3 records in the year 2019.
“Witch Hazel” is the records lead single and its nasty, fuzz-laden, guitar-heavy tune that takes a sharp turn away from everything the band has done in the past. It should be fun to see what the group comes out with next in the months leading up to the record’s release.
Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 2:19 PM (PST) by Johnny X
This is the kind of covers album I can get behind. Some of my absolute favorite punk anthems (Rancid’s “Old Friend,”, Propagahndhi’s “Ska Sucks,” Operation Ivy’s “Freeze Up”) are given a unique twist by one of the ska scene’s most recognized bands – Big D And The Kids Table. Singer David McWane explains how it came about:
“This was a super fun album for us to do. Before writing a new Big D LP, we always like to write an EP first, so that we can get some ideas out, hang, chat and have fun. Instead of doing this cycles EP we did a full covers record. After showing Dickey Barrett of The Mighty Mighty Bosstones our cover of their tune Dr. D, he invited us to play the entire album at this years Throwdown. We recorded it in the center of Allston with Benny Grotto and had it mastered by Jeff Lipton in Watertown MA. J from The Suicide Machines joined us on an Op-Ivy cover, because we had so much fun playing it love in Chicago while playing w/ Goldfinger. There are two other amazing Boston artists on the LP – Morphine & Sam Black Church two of my personal all time favorite bands.”
Give the entire thing a listen below!
Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 1:57 PM (PST) by Johnny X
To get you lot in the mood for it, the band have been good enough to put out a single ahead of its release. You can check out the video for “Hate Conquers All” below.
To celebrate the release of 20/20 Vision Anti-Flag will be hitting the road around the US and Europe. You can check out the full list of gigs below too.
The previous collection of music from Anti-Flag was their 2018 acoustic effort American Reckoning.
Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 1:21 PM (PST) by dropkickeith
Ska as a genre has seen many iterations, from the first wave of Jamican ska bands in the 1960’s, to the English Two-Tone movement of the late 1970’s to the Third Wave in the 1990’s. Since then there have been a lot of successful bands who have put their own spin on these classic sounds. Which brings us to Mississippi’s Flying Raccoon Suit who take a mix of Jazz, Metal, Indie Rock, and Progressive Rock and stir in a frenzied punk ethos to create their own unique interpretation of the already diverse genre.
As evident on this year’s Static Home EP, a two tracked single, they are not afraid to experiment with their sound. With this single we are presented with two widely varied sounds, the first being the titular “Static Home” which gives the impression of a smokey Jazz club performance but with a rock edge. It gives the guitars and drums a little more weight which is counterbalanced with a silky smooth horn section. This allows Jessica’s vocals the chance to be more refined, but not without completely abandoning her punk side. This is followed by “Nothing’s Changed” which give us the large full horn section and upstroked guitars we would expect from classic third wave ska punk. However there is a frenetic time change instrumental breakdown in the latter half of the song that makes this song stand out and will keep the listener intensely engaged. Don’t simply take my word for it, check out the stream here.
Monday, October 21, 2019 at 12:02 PM (PST) by Mike Scott
Monday, October 21, 2019 at 7:05 AM (PST) by Mike Scott
Californian Christian Post-Hardcore veterans The Blamed have released their new album. The Church Is Hurting People is out now on Indie Vision Music. The record is their first full length since returning from a hiatus than began in the mid-2000s.
Have a listen below.
Monday, October 21, 2019 at 3:43 AM (PST) by Mike Scott
Sunday, October 20, 2019 at 6:29 PM (PST) by Goldfinger
British punk icons The Damned are streaming their new song “Black is the Night”. By the looks of it, the new song will be a part of an anthology to be released at a later date.
Either way it’s always awesome to get something new form The Damned, so check it out below.
This is the first new music from The Damned since Evil Spirits was released back in 2018.
Sunday, October 20, 2019 at 6:17 PM (PST) by Goldfinger
Pop-punk icons Green Day are streaming the second single “Fire, Ready, Aim” off of their upcoming album Father of All… Personally, I am not a huge Green Day fan. Dookie is about where my Green Day knowledge ends. So not sure if this is a good song or Blink-esque fall from grace.
Check out the new song below.
The new album Father of All.. is due out February 7th.
Sunday, October 20, 2019 at 5:36 PM (PST) by Goldfinger
Canadian melodic-punks Loser Points are streaming their latest song “Where Did All Of My Money Go”. This is the third song the band has released this year, with more expected to come. Recorded by Casey Lewis (Belvedere) at Echo Beach Studio, the song is a clean, crisp look at a band hitting their stride.
Check out the new songs below.
Loser Points last released Denial & Error last year.