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Bankrupt (punk rock) release second end of year song ‘Green, Light Lambo’

Hungarian band Bankrupt have released a new song ‘Green Light, Lambo’. Earlier in December, this site posted about their song ‘Happy New Year’ for which they have now released a video.

Check out the new song and the video below.



Dead Words (Pop punk) stream new EP “The Geek Shall Inherit”

Dead Words (Fort Worth, Texas) is a well-toured pop-punk band that has been “hitting every pool party, basement venue, and house show since the summer of 2011.” They’ve just released a follow up to their The Last Christmas/Merry Xmas EP, titled The Geek Shall Inherit, which promises just what it brings… five-slices of cheesy pop punk pizza pie to be screamed at the top of their lungs by every nerd and nerdette in the neighborhood. Check Dead Words out on Spotify, or stream that EP below



Mortars (country/pop punk) stream “Armistice Day” EP

Tennessee-based, country-fused pop punkers, Mortars released their new EP ‘Armistice Day’ yesterday (December 28) and you can stream it below.

Earlier this year they released a full length ‘A Great Broken World’.



Pacific Ridge Records streams upcoming tribute album to Senses Fail

Pacific Ridge Records will be releasing another tribute album on February 10th 2019. This time around, Senses Fail get the cover treatment, with contributions from the likes of Gold Steps and Chin Up, Kid.

You can stream the the release below.

Previous tribute albums have included tributes to Alkaline Trio, The Movielife and Tom Petty.



In case you missed it: Mad Caddies stream new song “I’m Going Surfing for Xmas”

It’s not January 1st yet so we reserve the right to continue publishing stories about punk Christmas songs that we were too busy to write earlier.

If you are in a part of the world where it’s cold outside, while hating the cold, Mad Caddies have a special song for you. Stream “I’m Going Surfing for Xmas” below for some much needed warmth.



“Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” on Lowbrow (skate-punk)

So many punk Christmas covers. Here‘s one that’s actually good! “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” on Californian skate-punks Lowbrow.



Sweet Babylon (punk reggae ska) stream new music

Just in time for Christmas Fall River, MA’s Sweet Babylon have released two new albums. The first being a live version of their track “X-mas Truth”. The second is a five song cover album which features covers of the Ramones, Reel Big Fish, the Police, Suicide Machines, and a ridiculously good mash-up of Blondie’s “Tide is High” with Fall Out Boy’s “Sugar Were Going Down”.

Both albums are being offered for free as a Christmas gift. Is there a better present than free music?

Check out the streams below.



All Waffle Trick (pop punk) release new single ‘What a Way to Spend a Night’

Denver ska/pop-punk band All Waffle Trick have released new single, ‘What a Way to Spend a Night”. This is the band’s first release since 2015’s “Part of a Complete Breakfast” and will be followed by a full album release in 2019. 

Shades of Rancid’s ‘Time Bomb‘ can be heard in the single streaming below.


Skate Punks 69 Enfermos (Brazil) and Symphony of Distraction (US) Stream Split “They Came From Faster Space”

Brazil’s 69 Enfermos and California-based Symphony of Distraction have united on record for your listening pleasure. The combination of this skate punk fusion is a split effort entitled They Came From Faster Space. The record features five tracks of rapid fire, uber melodious punk rock, tailored to those with a pining to return to the mid-nineties. Handling the release for the two bands is Dutch label Morning Wood Records.

Guitarist and vocalist of 69 Enfermos, Dalin Focazzio, had the following to say about They Came From Faster Space:

“This is something that everyone who loves and misses the old ’90s skate punk should listen to, and as big fans of Symphony of Distraction we’re very proud to be part of it.”

 

You can check out the entire split below. If you like it, pick up a copy here and help support great underground sounds.

The previous releases from Symphony of Distraction and 69 Enfermos were the 2018 comeback album, Horse, and the 2017 full-length, A Place to Call Home respectively.



Adrenalized (Skate Punk, Spain) Stream “Operation Exodus: Part Two” From Forthcoming Album

The Spanish shred-factory that is Andrenalized are allowing fans to stream a track from their forthcoming album, Operation Exodus. The tune chosen to tease the new release goes by the name “Operation Exodus: Part Two” and, true to form, is chocked full of phat riffage, soaring vocal melodies, and drum tracks that are best described as muy rapido. 

Operation Exodus is scheduled for release on La Agonia De Vivir Records on January 31, 2019.

If you can’t wait that long, check out “Operation Exodus: Part Two” below.



Symphony of Distraction Stream “No Apologies” Ahead of Split Release with 69 Enfermos

Symphony Of Distraction are allowing fans to stream a new song entitled “No Apologies”. The track comes from the band’s upcoming split record with Brazilian melodic punks 69 EnfermosThey Came From Faster Space will be available on December 21st via Morning Wood Records.

Check out “No Apologies” below.

The previous release from Symphony of Distraction was this year’s comeback album, Horse. The last work from 69 Enfermos was the 2017 full-length, A Place to Call Home.



Senses Fail to Change Lyrics in Rerecording of “From the Depths of Dreams”

New Jersey-based post-hardcore group Senses Fail have announced that they will be changing some of the lyrics to their debut EP, From the Depths of Dreams. The decision was made after the band’s vocalist raised issues with some of the lyrical content via the official Senses Fail Twitter account:

Later, the band announced that they would be altering another classic track from their catalogue, “Bastard Son”:

To justify the decision, the band then stated the following:

However, many fans were not impressed with the decision by an artist to change their own artwork…

For now, there is no indication when the rerecording of From the Depths of Dreams will be released but from it was stated on the band’s Twitter account that only the drums need to be put down at this point. The previous record from Senses Fail was the 2018 full-length, If There Is Light, It Will Find You.

 



Forever Unclean (Melodic, Denmark) Stream Video for “Words”

Melodic Danish punk band Forever Unclean have just released a music video for one of their tracks. The tune is called “Words” and the visuals were filmed and edited by Nick Manuell whilst the band were out on tour in Australia. The track is off of the Forever Unclean’s latest 7-inch EP, titled Woof.

You can check out the video below.



Bad Religion Announces Release Date Announcement for New Album

As many of you will already know, melodic punk stalwarts Bad Religion have a new record on the way. We reported as such in November. At the time, however, we were given no indication what the time frame would be for the release.

It has since emerged that the legendary group will make an official announcement about when the album will be released in January 2019. The band’s guitarist, Brett Gurewitz, announced the announcement to LA radio station KROQ last week. The title of the record is unknown for now but it is expected to feature recent single “My Sanity”.

The release will be the 17th album by Bad Religion and their first full-length effort with guitarist Mike Dimkich from The Cult and drummer Jamie Miller of …And you will know us by the trail of dead.

The previous release from Bad Religion 2013’s True North. 

(Edit: “Previous original release”.)

 



New band alert!! The Blanche Davidians (ffo: Propagandhi, Forus) release stellar debut track

New melodic skate punk band out of Fort Worth, TX, The Blanche Davidians, just released the first single “Alex Jonestown Massacre” off their upcoming EP, Placeholder, on Tier Two Records. The EP is being kept shrouded in secrecy, but we do know that it is slated for an early 2019 release, sometime before Spring… and we’ve got this cool new track to listen to below. Enjoy!