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The Penske File stream new album “Salvation”

Canadian punks The Penske File are streaming their new album, Salvation, in full. The album is officially out everywhere today via Stomp Records so head on below and stream it till your heart is content.

Salvation serves as a follow-up to 2017s Come What May EP.



First shot at The Penske File new music: “Last Chance”

In an era of trade wars and tariffs, the Great White North remains unafraid to export some truly good punk rock. The Penske File proudly crash over the boarder, guitars blazing and Kraft dinners aglow to ignite your stereo.

The Canadian punk rockers are streaming the new single “Last Chance” off their upcoming release Salvation, out April 8th on Stomp Records. The band previously released the EP Come What May back in October, 2017.

The new track is buoyant, raucous and infectious. It’s a great song to kick off your spring. Check it out below, and let us know what you think.



The Penske File announce North American tour

Burly City punks The Penske File have announced that they are going on a North American tour. The tour kicks off March 23rd and runs until mid May and they will be joined by Decent Criminal and Arms Aloft.

If you haven’t heard The Penske File you’re late to the party, these guys have a new album coming out April 6th and have been tearing it up around Ontario for several years now. They are finally starting to get the love they deserve. Having saw them live I’m telling you go see them, without a doubt one of the tightest band’s you’ve never heard of.

For a full list of tour dates check out below.



The Penske File (punk) announce new album “Salvation”, stream new song “Kamikaze Kids”

Canadian punks The Penske File have announced that on April 10th they’ll be releasing their new album, “Salvation” via Stomp Records in North America and Gunner Records in Europe. To get you properly pumped up they’ve premiered the new track “Kamikaze Kids”, which you can stream below.

“Salvation” will serve as a follow up to their ‘Come What May’ EP, which was released on October 6, 2017. The Penske File released their latest full-length LP ‘Burn Into The Earth’ in 2015.



The Creepshow announce 2018 Australian tour “Death at my Door”

Canadian punks The Creepshow have just announced that they’ll be shipping off to Australia for their “Death at my Door” tour with label mates and ska punks, The Resignators.

The Creepshow is fresh off of their release of “Death at my Door” in Octzober of 2017.

Check out the tour dates below, and pick up a pair of tickets here.



The Planet Smashers and Mustard Plug to tour Quebec and Ontario

It’s Tuesday that means a little maple syrup for your morning eh? The Planet Smashers, Mustard Plug and K-Man & The 45’s have announced a short run of shows through Quebec and Ontario.

In case you were unaware Mustard Plug and The Planet Smashers have been running mates for a long time on the ska scene so these promise to be entertaining shows.



The Penske File (Canada) announce winter EU tour

Canadian punks The Penske File have announced an EU tour that starts in mid-January and will run through early February.

The band will be promoting their latest album, “Burn Into the Earth,” which was on Stomp, AF, and Bearded Punk Records.

Check out the dates below!



Behind The Album: “The Gipsy Hill” ep & “Look What You’ve Done…” (2002)

Words by Big D And The Kids Table front man David McWane

Good Luck had been officially released through Asianman records by Mike Park. Mike offered us the first and only generous act for Big D. He fronted us plane tickets to go on our first U.K./Europe Tour, booked by Ian at Hidden Talent Booking. Big D started writing music on tour and you can hear raw recordings of us doing just that on the Gipsy Hill EP. Gipsy Hill is in South London and it is where we stayed on the floor with our TM / Driver / Life Teacher Ben Corrigan. On these tours we made friends with people who we are still friends with today: Lightyear, P.O. Box, Sonic Boom Six, The Foamers, Mad Skat, 5 Knuckle, Random Hand (Marcia from The Skints), Hard Skin and more. We toured hard during these days – about 250 shows a year.

When we returned to the States we decided to record somewhere new, so we saved up all our touring profits (which wasn’t very much) and headed to The Outpost with Jim Siegel. Jim had recorded most of all the classic Boston hardcore bands and The Dropkick Murphy’s. This was the big time for Big D. We had written way too many new songs after Good Luck, so we decided to record an EP in order to free up ideas as well as capture sonically the special time in our lives in the U.K./Europe. STOMP records in Canada agreed to put out the Gipsy Hill EP and even helped us film with Rej our first music video for The Difference. We had a blast with Matt, Mike and all of the STOMP records family and of course with Rej from 123-Punk. These shows in Canada were explosive. We were at our wildest.

Along with the Gipsy Hill EP we recorded three different tracks for a split release with the U.K. band 5 Knuckle called Look What You’ve Done.… This split has the original recording of L.A.X, which wasn’t physically available to the States until our next full length release.

When I think about these times I feel that Good Luck represented touring the United States and the farmlets across it, while the Gipsy Hill EP / Look What You’ve Done represent, Canada, England, France, Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Austria, Czech Republic, Italy and more. It represents cold squats, cigarette butt floors for sleeping, new friends, tasty big beers, yummy food, heartbreakingly beautiful hospitality, fist fights for being an American, a sprinter for a home, the birth of poetry for me and beautiful friendship.

The question I was often asked on these excursions of self discovery was – ‘American’s need more culture, why don’t more Americans come here?’ My answer then is what I still say today – ‘American’s can’t afford it, they’d loose their jobs and health care; Only fortunate Americans can afford culture’.

So I will leave you with this…

…if you are young or if you are old, own very little and go see Your World.

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Tune in next week for another Big D “Behind The Album” piece. They’ll continue weekly until all 34+ Big D albums have been covered!



The Dreadnoughts Stream Album “Foreign Skies”

The Dreadnoughts are allowing fans to stream their entire full-length Foreign Skies for free. The record is concept album based on World War I. It’s a sombre retrospective about the horrors of war. It was released to coincide with Remembrance Day and physical copies can be ordered at the folk punker’s Bandcamp page where the group left the message:

“This album is a tribute to all the people who lived through the First World War, and to those who did not.”

You can check out Foreign Skies in full below.



Music Video: The Isotopes – “Rochelle, Rochelle”

Vancouver baseball themed punks The Isotopes have released a music video for their song “Rochelle, Rochelle”. You can watch it below.

“Rochelle, Rochelle” appears on The Isotopes’ recent album 1994 World Series Champions, which was released last April through Stomp Records.



Music Video: The Creepshow – “Death At My Door”

Canadian psychobilly band The Creepshow have released a music video for “Death At My Door.”

You can check it out below.

“Death At My Door” was released Friday, October 15th via Stomp Records and Concrete Jungle Records.



The Penske File release live video of “Come What May”

Ontario punks The Penske File have just released a live video of “Come What May” from The Rock Room.

Come What May was released on October 6, and the band are currently on tour across Canada. Their last release was album Burn Into The Earth which was released on June 2, 2015 via Stomp Records.

Scope it out below.



Morgan (folk/punktry) release new song “I Think We’re Going to Jail”

Quebec cow-folk-punk (punktry) heavyweights Morgan have released a new song “I Think We’re Going to Jail” off their upcoming album “Morgan Deli”.

You can check out the song below.

The new album is the second release for the band, the first since 2014’s “Get A Horse!”. The new record will be released on Stomp Records, and is out September 29th. If your a fan of Old Man Markley or the Raygun Cowboys you will truly enjoy these guys.



The Creepshow stream entire album “Death At My Door” at Dread Central

Canadian psychobilly band The Creepshow are streaming their entire new album exclusively at Dread Central. The album, titled “Death At My Door”, will be released this Friday 15th via Stomp Records and Concrete Jungle Records. Head on over and give it a listen here.

Bassist/vocalist Sean McNab had this to say about the new album:

“This is our fifth full length album, almost four years in the making, and we couldn’t be more excited about it! Ten new songs about overcoming adversity , dealing with mental health issues, heartbreak, and battling your inner demons. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do!”

The band will be hitting the road in support of the new release, kicking off on September 15th at Jonquiere Punk Festival. You can find the full list of dates below.



The Creepshow stream title track from upcoming album “Death At My Door”

The Creepshow have made the title track from their upcoming album Death At My Door available to stream. You can give the song a listen below.

Death At My Door is set to release on September 15th through Stomp Records and Concrete Jungle Records. It will follow 2015’s Life After Death.