Search Results for "Thousand Islands Records"

Trashed Ambulance release video for “Creeps”

Alberta punks Trashed Ambulance have just released a brand new video for their track “Creeps.”

These guys have last released “Flashes of Competence” back in May of this year.

Check out the new video below.

No Real Hero stream new song “Red And Black”

Canadian punk act No Real Hero are streaming their new song “Red And Black,” which comes from their upcoming EP, The Forest, that is set to be released on September 6th via Thousand Island Records.

You can give the song a listen below.

No Real Hero last released their self-titled debut album in 2014.

Colorsfade announce new LP “In Real Time”, stream new track “United For Our World”

Canadian skatepunks Colorsfade have just announced that they’ll be releasing a brand new LP “In Real Time” on August 30th through Thousand Islands Records. 

In celebration, the guys are streaming one of the tracks off the new LP right now. You can check out “United For Our World” below.

These Fast Times (Melodic, Montreal) Stream Full-Length “On the Other Side of Fear”

Montreal-based melodic hardcore group These Fast Times are allowing fans to stream their entire new record On the Other Side of Fear. The release is being handled by local label Thousand Island Records and features twelve tunes ideal for those punks who like their music angsty yet soaked in melody.

On the Other Side of Fear can be enjoyed in full below!

The previous release from These Fast Times was a self-titled EP which came out in 2016.

These Fast Times (melodic) release new video for “Lights Too Loud”

Montreal melodic outfit These Fast Times have released a video for the song “Lights Too Loud” off of their upcoming début LP On the Other Side of Fear, which will be released July 20th through Thousand Island Records. If you’re a fan of late 80’s or early 90’s MTV music videos (remember when they played music?) you’ll definitely get a kick out of some dad’s living out some teenage dreams in front of a green screen.

Check out the new video below.

On the Other Side of Fear will be the début album These Fast Times and if the first single is any sign of the rest of the album we are all in for a treat.

These Fast Times (Montreal) release “Lights Too Loud” off upcoming album “On the Other Side of Fear”

Montreal dad-bod lifestyle enthusiasts These Fast Times have released “Lights Too Loud” off their upcoming debut LP, “On the Other Side of Fear.” If you like it melodic, you should definitely check out the track below. You can pre-order the album at bandcamp.

“On the Other Side of Fear” releases on July 20th via Thousand Islands Records. These Fast Times’ first release was their self-titled EP from 2016.

Family Meeting announce new EP, sign to Thousand Islands Records

Toronto melodic punks Family Meeting have just announced that they will be have joined the Thousand Islands Records army and will be releasing a new EP later this year under their new ranks. Despite the departure of frontman, Josh Riley, the new EP will offer a new look into bassist Davey Knight stepping up as vocalist.

The five piece last released their EP, “No One Cares ‘Til You’re Dead” in April 2017.


Shift-D stream “This Message will Self-Destruct” EP (FFO: Fat Wreck Chords)

Ontario punkers Shift-D have released a new EP with Thousand Islands Records.

Staying true to their mid-90’s roots, “This Message will Self-Destruct” is a fiery 8-track offering of skate punk ballads that probably will actually self-destruct inside your song lyric memory banks. Cool and thought out guitar parts twist around the punk rock backbone to bring you a collection of songs reminiscent of the glory days of punk rock music in the 90’s.

For fans of Goldfinger, 7 Seconds, Pulley be sure and give these guys a listen. Stream the album below.

Shift-D stream “This Message Will Self Destruct”

Ontario punks Shift-D are now streaming their new album “This Message Will Self-Destruct” on Thousand Islands Records.

This will be the fifth release for Shift-D, the first since the March 2015 release of Battle On Your Own.

Check out the new digs below.

New music video for Trashed Ambulance’s “Ambulance”

Alberta punks Trashed Ambulance give us a glimpse of life on the road in their new music video for “Ambulance”, the first track off Flashes of Competence.

Check out the video below.

Shift-D streaming new song “Vicious Memory”

Burly city melodic punks Shift-D are streaming the song “Recovery” from their upcoming album This Message Will Self Destruct, which comes out on June 21st via Thousand Island Records.

Check out the new track right here!

This will be the fifth release for Shift-D, the first since the March 2015 release of Battle On Your Own.

Bussieres (Melodic) streaming new album “Sunny Side Up”

Maple syrup loving Montreal based Bussieres are streaming their latest offering Sunny Side Up. Released May 15th via Thousand Island Records, I figure it must be the cold winters and lack of summer that makes our Canadian punk so good.

Do your ears a favor and check this beauty below.

This is the first new release for Bussieres since 2016’s Orange Glow. If you’re a fan of Propagandhi these guys share the same heavy sound.

Trashed Ambulance (Punk, Canada) Stream Latest Full-Length “Flashes of Competence”

Alberta’s Trashed Ambulance are allowing their fans to stream their latest album. It’s titled Flashes of Competence and the release is being handled by Quebec’s Thousand Island Records. Trashed Ambulance will also be on tour in support of the record throughout May.

You can listen to the whole thing below as well as check the dates of their shows on the tour poster.

Trashed Ambulance release video for “Accountable”

Alberta’s Trashed Ambulance have released a video for “Accountable”, a track from their upcoming album “Flashes of Competence”, due out on Thousand Islands Records this Friday (May 4th). You can order physicals from the label Bandcamp.

Have a watch of the very DIY video for “Accountable” below.

Bussieres stream new song “Sunny Side Up”

Montreal melodic punks Bussieres are streaming their new song “Sunny Side Up.

You can give it a listen below.

“Sunny Side Up” is the title track from the band’s upcoming EP that is set to be released on May 15th via Thousand Islands Records.