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Good Shade (Garage Punk) release new video, announce tour dates

Columbus garage punk act Good Shade have released a new video for their song “Must Have Been.”

You can check that out along with the bands’ upcoming tour dates below.

“Must Have Been” comes from the bands’ latest album, Way Out, that was released on February 15th via Dirtnap Records.



Screw Houston stream new single “Midway”

Dutch melodic punks Screw Houston are streaming their new single, “Midway,” which was released on June 13th via White Russian Records.

You can give it a listen below.

Screw Houston last released the single “Hospital Beds” in November 2018.



Fights And Fires stream new song “I Want Napalm Death Played At My Funeral”

Worcester, UK’s angular hardcore exports Fights and Fires have announced their new EP, Kebaptism, which is set to be released on June 28th via Lockjaw Records.

To give you an idea of what to expect, the band is streaming the first song, “I Want Napalm Death Played At My Funeral,” which you can listen to below.

Fights and Fires last released Live Life Like A Tourist in July 2017.



Reunions stream new song “In Blackout Rooms”

San Francisco melodic punks, Reunions are streaming their new song. “In Blackout Rooms.” which comes from their upcoming debut full-length album Winter Heart, Summer Skin.

You can give the song a listen here.

Winter Heart, Summer Skin is set to be released on June 21st.  The band last released the EP Aching Waits in January 2018.



The Lucky Eejits stream new song “Champion”

Oakland’s The Lucky Eejits are streaming another new song of their upcoming album, Out Of Time, which is set to be released on July 12th via Wiretap and Bypolar.

You can listen to “Champion” below.

The Lucky Eejits last released Do It Again in September 2016.



Outsider (hardcore) announce debut EP, stream first song

Richmond metallic hardcore act Outsider have announced their debut EP, When Love Dies.

To give you a taste of the EP, you can stream the first single “Life Runs Out” below.

When Love Dies is set to be released on August 2nd via Flatspot Records.



Off With Their Heads announce new album, stream new video

Off With Their Heads have announced their new album, Be Good, which is set to be released on August 16th via Epitaph Records.

To give you an idea of what to expect from the new album, the band has released a video for the first single, “Disappear,” featuring the wonderful Kyle Kinane.  You can check it out below.

Off With Their Heads last released Home in 2013 via Epitaph.



DS Interview: John Maiello (Dead Bars) Talks ‘Regulars,’ playing with the Souls, and life after ‘Dream Gig’

“Keep on dreamin’.”

For myself and many others, the chorus has become a warcry. The punky, rock ‘n roll stalwarts have a way of getting you on their side—whether it’s through their blunt, too-real lyricism, or their bar-uniting singalongs, there’s the palpable feeling that no matter who you are, you belong at their show. This is Dead Bars—eternally scrappy, open-throated, and always rockin’—and with Regulars, they’ve kept the dream alive. 

In honor of the new album (May 3rd on A-F Records, don’t sleep on it!), I had the pleasure of exchanging emails with frontman John Maiello. We talk about the band’s journey thus far, finally getting that dream gig, and their incredible new record. 

Check out the interview below!



Sammy Kay launches Kickstarter for new album, “civil/WAR”

Sammy Kay has got a new album (hopefully) coming out soon, and he needs your help to make it happen.

The New Jersey-based singer/songwriter has launched a Kickstarter campaign for a brand-new full length. It’s entitled civil/WAR, and it was written in response to some changes that he noticed in himself and other people once the touring cycle for his last album, untitled, wrapped up a year ago. The touring life of a solo singer/songwriter can be a weird place, and it can also make for a real transition back to “real life,” and much of the album deals with that concept through a series of different lenses: depression, anxiety, addiction, and the themes of empathy and understanding.

Yours truly has had the great pleasure of hearing different pieces of the album at different stages of its recording, and allow me to say without giving up any secrets that it’s thoughtful, poignant, soulful and catchy-as-hell in all the right places. In order to entice people to help kickstart the project, Kay came up with a bunch of unique merch ideas including t-shirts, pins, exclusive vinyl, and a couple really sweet Black 35 guitars. He’s also got a pretty sweet tattoo idea cooked up which is a little bit crazy if you ask us!

Head here to check out the Kickstarter page! Kay’s last album, untitled, was released back in April 2017 on Stomp Records.

 



Good Riddance Stream Second Single “Our Great Divide” From Forthcoming Album “Thoughts and Prayers”

Legendary punk rock force Good Riddance have released a second single from their forthcoming album Thoughts and Prayers. 

The track is called “Our Great Divide” and you can enjoy it below.

Band vocalist, Russ Rankin, had the following to say about the single:

“This is a comment about the divisive, polarized impasse humanity finds itself at, as we face incalculable challenges to our planet, and our future.” 

Thoughts and Prayers is the ninth studio album by Good Riddance and the first since the 2015 effort Peace in Our Time. It will be available on the band’s long-serving record label, Fat Wreck Chords.

 



The Dollyrots (Pop punk, CA) Stream Video for “I Know How to Party” From Forthcoming Album “Daydream Explosion”

Pop Punk duo The Dollyrots have a new video out for a track from their forthcoming album, Daydream Explosion. The tune chosen for visualisations is called “I Know How to Party”.

Daydream Explosion is due out on July 12 this year on Wicked Cool Records and The Orchard. It’s the first new music from the band since their 2017 full-length, Whiplash Splash.

If you can’t wait for the full release of Daydream Explosion, you can check out “I Know How to Party” below in the meantime.



Spinebreaker (Metal, CA) Stream “2019 Promo” Demo

California death metal unit Spinebreaker are allowing fans to stream a demo titled 2019 Promo. The effort features just two tracks of rapid and raw death metal. It’s out now on Creator-Destructor Records.

You can check it out below.

The previous release from Spinebreaker was the 2015 full-length, Ice Grave.



Death Before Dishonor (Hardcore, MA) Stream New Single “Cowards Will Fall” From Forthcoming Album “Unfinished Business”

Boston-based hardcore act Death Before Dishonor have a new album coming out on July 26. It’s called Unfinished Business and to get you lot in the mood for it, the band have been good enough to put out a single early.

You can enjoy this first taster of Unfinished Business below. If you like “Cowards Will Fall”, you can pre-order the full album now from Bridge Nine Records.

The previous full-length release from Death Before Dishonor was a whole ten years ago. It was the 2009 effort, Better Ways to Die.



Rat Boy announce first North American tour

In support of his fresh album “Internationally Unknown,” Rat Boy (Essex, UK) has just announced his first ever headlining tour of North America. The album was published earlier this year off of Hellcat Records.

This is their debut album, and tour of the US.

Check out the dates below!



Strung Out announce fall tour with support from The Casualties

Strung Out’s new album Songs of Armor and Devotion will be released August 9 on Fat Wreck Chords, and the band will be extensively touring the US in the fall so fans can hear and experience the new songs live. Support for the tour will be provided by The Casualties, and you can find the dates below. Tickets can be purchased here.