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Allout Helter stream cover of Lagwagon’s “May 16” off upcoming “A Fat Wreck” documentar soundtrack

Denver melodic hardcore group Allout Helter will be contributing a pretty rad cover of Lagwagon’s classic tune “May 16” to the upcoming “A Fat Wreck” documentary soundtrack. You can stream that bad boy below.

Told mostly from the fans’ perspective; “A Fat Wreck” tells the story of Fat Wreck Chords’ impact on the current music landscape and how it has shaped the sound and the scene.

Allout Helter released their last album, “Sinking, We Regress,” last May via Dang! Records.



Gunner’s Daughter release music video for “Snake Oil Salesman”

Chicago punk rockers Gunner’s Daughter have released a music video for their song “Snake Oil Salesman.”

You can watch it below.

“The Flowers and The Earth” was released on April 8th via Dang!Records.  Gunners Daughter last released “Dissolutions” in August, 2012 through Death To False Hope Records.



Full Album Stream: Gunners Daugher – “The Flowers and the Earth”

Chicago punk rockers Gunners Daughter are streaming their new album The Flowers and The Earth in its entirety.

Give it a listen below.

The Flowers and The Earth was released today via Dang!Records. 



Gunner’s Daughter streaming upcoming album “The Flowers and The Earth”

Chicago punk rockers Gunner’s Daughter are streaming their upcoming album “The Flowers and The Earth” in its entirety.

You can give it a listen here.

“The Flowers and The Earth” will be released on April 8th via Dang!Records.  Gunners Daughter last released “Dissolutions” in August, 2012 through Death To False Hope Records.



Gunners Daughter announce release date for “The Flowers and The Earth,” post album teaser

Chicago punk rockers Gunners Daughter have just announced details on their upcoming album. “The Flowers and The Earth” will be released on April 8th via Dang!Records.

Check out a teaser video for the new album, as well as the tracklisting below.

Gunners Daughter last released “Dissolutions” in August, 2012 through Death To False Hope Records.



Get your band featured on the upcoming “A Fat Wreck” documentary

A few weeks ago the guys working on the upcoming “A Fat Wreck” punk-u-mentary opened up submissions to be on their upcoming Fat Wreck Chords tribute compilation and now they’re running a contest for a few more bands to be added to the physical release of said comp and one lucky band to get featured on the documentary itself.

Get all the details directly from [open-ended] films themselves right here.

Some of the bands that are already set to feature songs on the film are Jon Snodgrass (Armchair Martian), Big D and The Kids Table, The Scandals (NJ), The Shell Corp, Stabbed In Back, and Karbomb.

“A Fat Wreck” is a short documentary about Fat Wreck Chords, which was mostly filmed at Punk Rock Bowling 2013. It features interviews with Ryan Greene, Joe Sib, JT Haabersatt, Mike Wiebe, Denise Borders, Tim O’hara, Dave Buck (owner of Dying Scene!) and many more.

You can watch the teaser trailer here.



Stabbed In Back recording full-length “More Songs About Drinking And Blood”, announce tour dates

New Mexico-based melodic hardcore band Stabbed In Back leave this weekend to track their first full length entitled “More Songs About Drinking And Blood” at Black and Bluhm studio in Denver Colorado.  Chris Fogal of the Gamits will be producing producing and fans can expect a release date sometime next spring.  The album will follow-up the band’s last seven inch release “Wait For Light”, put out on Say-10 Records last June.

After wrapping up recording Stabbed In Back will be hitting the road with California punk rockers The Shell Corporation beginning October 25th.  Check out the dates and locations below.



Sic Waiting working on new album

Singer Jared Stinson, of the Southern California punk outfit, Sic Waiting, has more free time on his hands then anyone should. He conducted an interview with himself. In the *cough* “interview” he revealed that Sic Waiting are currently working on a new album. Here’s an excerpt:

I’ve been writing for SW too and I have about a full-length’s worth of material. We’ve demoed out about half of it and are in the middle of working out the rest. The acoustic shit is fun, but the SW shit is where my and our heart and total financial investment is. To quote every musician ever, “this new record is going to be the best thing we’ve ever done.” But seriously though, this is going to be the best record we’ve ever talked about doing. We have some cool people helping us get it done too. Anthony from Lowbrow is helping write it, Mike from Death by Stereo is helping out, Andrew from Surefire Loss is on it, etc. It’s a dysfunctional, disjointed way of doing things, but then that seems to be the only way we do things.”

The band released their latest EP “Vices”September 4, 2013 via Dang! Records.

 



For The Love Of Punk streams debut comp (Allout Helter, The Gamits, Stabbed In Back and more)

The good folks at For The Love Of Punk have put together their very first punk-tastic compilation. Entitled “Riot In The Rockies, Volume One,” it’s filled with three dozen of their favorites (and yours…and ours) like Allout Helter, The Gamits, Stabbed In Back and more.

Click here to check out the comp. As a side note, physical versions will be available at Riot Fest in Denver, so a hundred of you lucky dogs will have the opportunity to actually get your grubby little paws on a real copy. If you’re headed to Riot Fest, keep your eyes open and your head on a swivel and look for the FTLP posse!



Stabbed in Back announces west coast tour with Convalescents

Albuquerque, NM’s Stabbed In Back have announced a run of west coast tour dates with Colorado’s the Convalescents. They will also play a few dates with Payoff, Civil War Rust, and Sic Waiting.

Stabbed in Back most recently released a 7″ on Say-10 Records called Wait for Light and Convalescents put out a full-length self-titled album in 2012.

To view a full list of tour dates, click here.



Ross Hostage (Allout Helter) talks about new album, Denver music scene and more

Denver melodic hardcore group Allout Helter released their debut full-length album “Sinking, We Regress” last month on Dang! Records. I caught up with their singer Ross Hostage to talk about the album, the Denver music scene and more. You can read the interview here.



Allout Helter (melodic hardcore) streams upcoming album “Sinking, We Regress”

Denver melodic hardcore group Allout Helter are their debut album “Sinking, We Regress,” in its entirety right here.

The album is slated for release May 28th via Dang! Records.

Allout Helter last released an EP, An Hour Made for Arson, in late 2011.



Allout Helter detail “Sinking, We Regress,” post new track

Denver melodic punk group Allout Helter have released the details regarding their debut album, slated to appear May 28th via Dang! Records. The album, titled Sinking, We Regress, features 9 tracks and is up for digital and physical presale orders now from Dang! Records. The band has also debuted a new track from the record, titled “Assume the Imposition.”

You can hear that track by clicking here.

Allout Helter last released an EP, An Hour Made for Arson, in late 2011.



Gunner’s Daughter sign to Dang! Records, announce debut full length “Flowers & The Earth”

Chicago punk rockers Gunners Daughter have signed to Texas-based label Dang! Records and announced plans to record their debut full-length album entitled “Flowers & The Earth.”

You can grab a free download of their latest EP “Dissolutions,” which was released last August viaDeath To False Hope Records, right over here.



Live Video: DC Fallout cover “No Brakes” by The Offspring

LA punk band, DC Fallout, recently performed a cover of The Offspring‘s “No Brakes.”

You can watch the performance here.

DC Fallout’s newest EP, “Serf’s Up,” was released on June 28th 2011 via Felony Records.