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Stream Big D And The Kids Table covers album “Strictly Covered”

This is the kind of covers album I can get behind. Some of my absolute favorite punk anthems (Rancid’s “Old Friend,”, Propagahndhi’s “Ska Sucks,” Operation Ivy’s “Freeze Up”) are given a unique twist by one of the ska scene’s most recognized bands – Big D And The Kids Table. Singer David McWane explains how it came about:

“This was a super fun album for us to do. Before writing a new Big D LP, we always like to write an EP first, so that we can get some ideas out, hang, chat and have fun. Instead of doing this cycles EP we did a full covers record. After showing Dickey Barrett of The Mighty Mighty Bosstones our cover of their tune Dr. D, he invited us to play the entire album at this years Throwdown. We recorded it in the center of Allston with Benny Grotto and had it mastered by Jeff Lipton in Watertown MA. J from The Suicide Machines joined us on an Op-Ivy cover, because we had so much fun playing it love in Chicago while playing w/ Goldfinger. There are two other amazing Boston artists on the LP – Morphine & Sam Black Church two of my personal all time favorite bands.”

Give the entire thing a listen below!



Anti-Flag Announce New Album “20/20 Vision”, Stream Video for “Hate Conquers All”

Political punk stalwarts Anti-Flag have a new record coming out next year. It’s titled 20/20 Vision and will be available on January 17 via Spinefarm Records.

To get you lot in the mood for it, the band have been good enough to put out a single ahead of its release. You can check out the video for “Hate Conquers All” below.

To celebrate the release of 20/20 Vision Anti-Flag will be hitting the road around the US and Europe. You can check out the full list of gigs below too.

The previous collection of music from Anti-Flag was their 2018 acoustic effort American Reckoning.



Introducing Experimental Ska Act: Flying Raccoon Suit

Ska as a genre has seen many iterations, from the first wave of Jamican ska bands in the 1960’s, to the English Two-Tone movement of the late 1970’s to the Third Wave in the 1990’s. Since then there have been a lot of successful bands who have put their own spin on these classic sounds. Which brings us to Mississippi’s Flying Raccoon Suit who take a mix of Jazz, Metal, Indie Rock, and Progressive Rock and stir in a frenzied punk ethos to create their own unique interpretation of the already diverse genre.

As evident on this year’s Static Home EP, a two tracked single, they are not afraid to experiment with their sound. With this single we are presented with two widely varied sounds, the first being the titular “Static Home” which gives the impression of a smokey Jazz club performance but with a rock edge. It gives the guitars and drums a little more weight which is counterbalanced with a silky smooth horn section. This allows Jessica’s vocals the chance to be more refined, but not without completely abandoning her punk side. This is followed by “Nothing’s Changed” which give us the large full horn section and upstroked guitars we would expect from classic third wave ska punk. However there is a frenetic time change instrumental breakdown in the latter half of the song that makes this song stand out and will keep the listener intensely engaged. Don’t simply take my word for it, check out the stream here.



Shore City stream new single “Ironic Side”

Cranston, RI’s Shore City are streaming their new single “Ironic Side”.

If you like Nofx style skate punk, give this song a spin below.



Raised Fist release another single ahead of their new LP “Anthems”

 Sweden’s finiest hardcore exports Raised Fist are set to release their new album Anthems on November 15th through Epitaph Records.

Following the stream of the album’s title track, they’ve now released a second single, “Into This World”. Have a watch below.



The Blamed release new album “The Church Is Hurting People”

Californian Christian Post-Hardcore veterans The Blamed have released their new album. The Church Is Hurting People is out now on Indie Vision Music. The record is their first full length since returning from a hiatus than began in the mid-2000s.

Have a listen below.



Tsunami Bomb stream another song (“Petaluma”) from upcoming album

Tsunami Bomb release a brand new LP, The Spine That Binds, on November 8th via Alternative Tentacles. Following recent single “The Hathors“, the band are streaming another song, “Petaluma”. 

Have a listen below. Pre-orders are up now.



The Damned streaming new song “Black is the Night”

British punk icons The Damned are streaming their new song “Black is the Night”. By the looks of it, the new song will be a part of an anthology to be released at a later date.

Either way it’s always awesome to get something new form The Damned, so check it out below.

This is the first new music from The Damned since Evil Spirits was released back in 2018.



Green Day streams “Fire, Ready, Aim” off upcoming album

Pop-punk icons Green Day are streaming the second single “Fire, Ready, Aim” off of their upcoming album Father of All… Personally, I am not a huge Green Day fan. Dookie is about where my Green Day knowledge ends. So not sure if this is a good song or Blink-esque fall from grace.

Check out the new song below.

The new album Father of All.. is due out February 7th.



Loser Points (Melodic) streaming new song “Where Did All My Money Go”

Canadian melodic-punks Loser Points are streaming their latest song “Where Did All Of My Money Go”. This is the third song the band has released this year, with more expected to come. Recorded by Casey Lewis (Belvedere) at Echo Beach Studio, the song is a clean, crisp look at a band hitting their stride.

Check out the new songs below.

Loser Points last released Denial & Error last year.



Make War (folk-punk) streaming first song off upcoming album

Brooklyn’s Make War are streaming the first song “Sails” off of the bands upcoming album Get It Together, due out November 1st on Fat Wreck Chords. I must admit I am not familiar with Make War but the first track off the new album has me wanting to hear more.

Check out the new song below.

Make War last released their Self-Titled album back in 2015. They are currently out on tour with Face to Face and Lagwagon.



The Dreadnoughts stream first track off upcoming album

Canadian folk-punk icons The Dreadnoughts have slipped back into the studio and announced a new album is on the way, like the warm spring weather eases the sap from the maple tree, The Dreadnoughts ease us into winter with an offering of their whiskey-fueled, maple-coated Canadian folk-punk. The first single off the upcoming album Into The North, is the sea-fairing sing-along “Joli Rouge”. As is always the case with a new track from The Dreadnoughts, pour a nice glass of something hard and enjoy.

Check out the new track below.

This is the first new music from The Dreadnoughts since 2018’s Foreign Skies B-Sides EP.



Mariachi El Bronx announce reissue of (I) album as well as fragrance

Los Angeles punk veterans Mariachi El Bronx the alter-ego of The Bronx, have announced they will be reissuing their classic “(I)” album. In addition to the reissue the band has announced they will be releasing a fragrance Barrio Sweat. To celebrate the album and the fragrance here is that time Mariachi El Bronx appeared on NPR Music’s Tiny Desk Concert.

Check out their performance below, and head on over here to grab your Barrio Sweat or the reissue.

Mariachi El Bronx last released (III) back in 2015. You can catch the band on the Flogging Molly Salty Dog Cruise, as well as at The Fest in Florida. 



Avem streaming new album “Split” with Cobra & the Daggers

Ramonescore bird-nerds Avem are streaming their latest high-flying release “Split” along with Cobra & the Daggers. Avem happens to be from my neck of the woods and are truly after Celine’s heart with these beautifully crafted aviary-punk masterpieces. I was especially impressed with the track “Flying Back to You”.

Check out the new release below.

This is the first new music from Avem since Don’t Call Me Bro earlier this year. 



430 Steps (hardcore) streaming new track “Serial Killer”

Orlando-based hardcore act 430 Steps are streaming their new track “Serial Killer”. No word on whether the song is a part of a bigger project but either way it’s pretty stellar.

Check out the new track below.

This is the first new music from 430 Steps since FL HCPunk was released earlier this year.