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Big Nothing (melodic punk) debut ‘Real Name’ from forthcoming album

Brooklyn Vegan is premiering a new song ‘Real Name’ from the debut album from Big Nothing. The band is made up of Spraynard singer/guitarist Pat Graham, Liz Parsons of Casual, Matt Quinn of Crybaby and Chris Jordan from Young Livers. They released their self-titled debut EP via Asian Man Records in 2017, and are now about to release their first full-length album ‘Chris’ which is out May 10 on Salinas Records.

If you were familiar with their more punk sounding EP, you will notice that this is in a slightly different direction. Check out the ‘Real Name’ below.



Ten Foot Pole announce new album, tour dates

Ten Foot Pole have announced that they will be releasing their new album, Escalating Quickly, on May 10th via Thousand Islands Records.

The band has also announced some tour dates to promote the new album.  You can check out all of those dates and locations below.

This will be the first time the veteran punks have put out new music since Setlist in 2017, which was released via Cyber Tracks and featured two new songs. The last full studio album was Subliminable Messages back in 2004.



Charger (punk) streaming first song “Victim” off upcoming album

Charger is the new side project of Rancid’s Matt Freeman and they are streaming the first new song “Victim” off their upcoming self-titled début album. Due out May 10th via Pirates Press Records. The first taste of Charger features a very familiar sound, with the signature Rancid bass lines everyone has come to love. However, the lyrics and rest of the music is a much edgier and fast paced sound than we’ve heard from Rancid in years.

You don’t have to take my word for it, you can check out the new song below.

As mentioned above, this is the début release for Charger. If You’re a fan of older Rancid, you will love this new song. 



Dead Bars (punk) streaming second song “Freaks” off upcoming album

Seattle punks Dead Bars are streaming the second song “Freaks” off of their upcoming album Regulars. The new album is set to drop on May 3rd, and it is one of those under the radar, new releases you want to miss out on. These guys have that great mix of gravely vocals and shout-along choruses. It’s definitely not a sound a city like Seattle is known for (they’d probably fit in better among their peers in Jersey, Richmond, Gainesville, or even the bay area), so a lot of the album is about not being accepted. 

You can check out the new song below.

The last release Dream Gig came out back in 2017. Dead Bars have a sound that reminds me of a more gravelly version of The Menzingers. 



Boss’ Daughter (punk) streaming “One Big Guessing Game” off 7Seconds tribute album

Reno punks Boss’ Daughter are streaming their contribution to the 7Seconds tribute album. “One Big Guessing Game” came off the 1999 release Good to Go. Boss’ Daughter does a great job of adding their unique sound to this 7Seconds classic. The tribute album Destroy All That Tradition which came earlier this year.

Check out the Boss’ Daughter version “One Big Guessing Game” below.

This is the first new release from Boss’ Daughter since 2018’s Ace Of BAC/DC. 



Dead Neck (Melodic Hardcore, UK) Announce UK and Europe Tour Dates

Three-piece melodic hardcore unit Dead Neck have announced that they will be hitting the road this spring. The band will be performing a run of 15 dates across the UK and mainland Europe during April and May. You can check out the entire tour schedule below on the attached poster. Supports for these dates are still to be confirmed.

During the tour, Dead Neck’s latest musical offering is penned for release – a split with Italian progressive punks, ActionmenDefections is due out on April 30 via Germany’s Mudcake Records.



Four Bands Unite on Split, “Bridging Oceans” Feat. Music from Shames, Nerdlinger, Down Memory Lane, and Bare Teeth

Four bands from around the world have teamed up to release a split EP. Bridging Oceans will feature three tracks from France’s Bare Teeth, Canada’s Down Memory Lane, Shames from Japan, and Aussie punks Nerdlinger.

Helping with the release will be an equally global roster of labels – Attractive Records, Thousand Islands Records, Disconnect Disconnect Records, and Pee Records. The full EP will be available from April 26.

For now, however, you can check out one track from each of the contributing bands Bridging Oceans below.



6’10 (Folk Punk, IL) Stream Latest EP “Where We Are”

Flatfoot 56 vocalist and guitarist Tobin Bawinkel and his side project 6’10 have just released an EP titled Where We Are. The effort features six tracks that are sure to appeal to those who like their acoustic jams steeped in tradition and Americana.

You can check out Where We Are below.

The previous release from 6’10 was the 2014 full-length album, The Humble Beginnings of a Rovin’ Soul. 



PUP (Punk, Canada) Stream Latest Album “Morbid Stuff”

Toronto-based PUP are allowing fans to stream their entire latest album. The effort is titled Morbid Stuff and it can be streamed via Spotify, Apple Music, or YouTube. You can also pick up a physical copy from the band’s merch store.

The previous release from PUP was the 2016 full-length, The Dream is Over.

 



Vicious Mistress release “Psycho In The Street Vol. 3” compilation

Vicious Mistress Records just released “Psycho In The Street Vol. 3”, another instalment of psychobilly goodness. 

You can check out the 16 song compilation below.



The Offspring members look back on 25th anniversary of “Smash”

The Offspring members Dexter Holland and Noodles recently spoke to Kerrang! magazine about the 25th anniversary of their breakthrough record Smash.

Noodles recalls, “Prior to Smash, we were pretty much a part-time band. Even when we blew up, I didn’t even quit my job [as a janitor at the Earl Warren School in Anaheim] outright – I took a three-year leave of absence. I was still working there when we were blowing up ’cause I’d promised my boss I wouldn’t quit until the end of the school year. There was this one high school girl that I knew [there] and she used to see me in the morning and say to me, ‘Man, what are you doing? I just saw you on MTV!’

There were a lot of things at that time that we didn’t do. We didn’t do any late-night TV shows until Days Go By [in 2012]! On Smash, we turned down Saturday Night Live, simply because we didn’t think we were good enough. Again, I think that has something to do with the fact that we were a part-time band.

We did do the Billboard Awards, which was on TV, but it wasn’t widely viewed. The organisers were pissed off that we played Bad Habit rather than one of the hits, but we thought, ‘We’re punks. We’re not a pop band. Let’s go out and fuck things up a little bit.'”

Dexter added, “We actually considered playing Too Drunk To Fuck [by Dead Kennedys] at the Billboard show. In the end we played Bad Habit. But we played raw, and at the end I dived into the crowd. I remember the looks on the faces of the people at the front as I did this, and thinking, ‘Wow, these aren’t the same people that come to see us when we play [punk venue] Gilman Street!'”

Smash was originally released on April 8th, 1994 via Epitaph, and was the first album released on that label to receive gold and platinum certification thanks to the hits “Come Out and Play”, “Self Esteem”, and “Gotta Get Away”. Along with Green Day‘s Dookie, Smash was responsible for helping bring punk rock into the mainstream, as well as paving the way for the emerging pop punk scene of the 90’s.



Nerdlinger (Australia), Bare Teeth (France), Down Memory Lane (Canada) and SHAMES (Japan) detail split release

Nerdlinger (Australia), Bare Teeth (France), Down Memory Lane (Canada) and SHAMES (Japan) are set to release a split named “Bridging Oceans” later this month, with three tracks from each band making the cut of this globe-spanning release.

If you fancy checking out a track from each band now, there’s a handy player below to get stuck in with – you can preorder from Pee Records here too!



The Dangerous Summer to release new album ‘Mother Nature’ this summer

The Dangerous Summer have announced that their new album ‘Mother Nature’ will be coming out summer 2019 on Hopeless Records. They spent two months recording the new songs with producer Sam Pura at The Panda Studios in Northern California. The band’s last release was their self-titled full length in 2018, also on Hopeless.

In February they released a video for a new song ‘Where Were You When The Sky Opened Up’. If this is an indicator of how the new album will sound, consider me interested! Check out the video below.



Ten Foot Pole sign to Thousand Islands Records

Ten Foot Pole have announced that they have signed to Thousand Islands Records and will be releasing new material. This will be the first time the veteran punks have put out new music since ‘Setlist’ in 2017, which was released via Cyber Tracks and featured two new songs. The last full studio album was ‘Subliminable Messages’ back in 2004.

For the new album, singer Dennis Jagard has been working with producer Ryan Greene (NOFX/Lagwagon). Dan Palmer of Zebrahead and Death By Stereo and Dan Jacobs of Atreyu have been listed as guest performers on the album. The name of the record and release date are yet to be announced.



Bracket to release new album “Too Old To Die Young” on Fat Wreck, stream new song “Canned From The Food Drive”

Well now, look who’s back on the Fat Wreck roster. It’s California pop-punk veterans Bracket and it appears they’ll be putting out a new album titled “Too Old To Die Young” on May 31st. Don’t remember Bracket? Do remember but want to know how they sound today? Give “Canned From The Food Drive,” the first single from the upcoming album, a listen below.

Pre-order the album here.