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Introducing Everyone Knows: Bluesy Alt-Rock (Sergio of The Early November solo project)

Look, as much as we’d all like to pretend that we subsist on a diet of Crass, recreational drugs and dumpster diving, there comes a time to admit sometimes we want, nay, need something more in our lives. I can’t help you with your questionable life choices or the lack of Vitamins in your diet, but I can point you in the direction of some music that your tinder dates will be able to stomach.

Everyone Knows is the solo project of Sergio Anello, bassist of The Early November. With ‘Tell or Be Told’ he has created a bluesy alt rock album that conjures images of a smoke-filled backroom bar frequented by people who have money, only you’re not sure where their money comes from. And you sure as hell shouldn’t ask.

Songs languorously flow into each other like hungover recollections of the night before and the vocals curl around you like cigarette smoke, seeping into your skin and staying with you all day. This album has all the layered notes of an end of night whiskey. It’s mature, sure. You might even call it smooth. But there’s an understated raw fragility in the lyrics and vocals that creates a slow, building burn that sticks with you.

Check it out here.

 



Fest 18 announces insane lineup including a Jawbox reunion and more

Fest 18 will be happening the weekend of November 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in Gainesville, FL and will feature a sick lineup of bands, including Against Me! playing full albums (Transgender Dysphoria Blues, White Crosses, New Wave, and Searching For a Former Clarity) (as well as a Laura Jane Grace solo set), a Jawbox reunion show, Jawbreaker, Masked Intruder, Teenage Bottlerocket, The Bronx, Tim Barry of Avail, and many, many more, including a 40th anniversary show for Stiff Little Fingers.

Tickets for the Fest 18, and updated news as it happens, are available on the official website.  The full lineup is on the website as well.



World/Inferno Friendship Society to release new album “All Borders Are Porous to Cats”

Titled All Borders Are Porous to Cats, the eighth album by The World/Inferno Friendship Society will be released on Alternative Tentacles this October. The follow-up to their 2014 album This Packed Funeral is much anticipated, though little is known about the release at this time.  As we reported earlier this year, the band has recorded around 30 songs for the album, though the actual running length is not yet public knowledge.

Stay tuned for more details as they become available.



Ogikubo Station announce new EP, stream new video

Ogikubo Station has announced they will be releasing their new EP, Okinawan Love Songs, on June 14th via Asian Man Records.

To give you an idea of what to expect from the new EP, the band has released a music video for the song “Would I Break My Heart Enough For You.”  You can check it out, along with the bands’ upcoming UK tour dates, below.

Ogikubo Station last released We Can Pretend Like in August 2018, also via Asian Man.



Against Me! announce tour playing 4 albums in their entirety

Against Me! have announced an upcoming tour in which they will be playing 4 of their albums over 2 nights in each stop.  They will be performing Searching For A Former Clarity, New Wave, White Crosses and Transgender Dysphoria Blues.

You can check out all of the dates and locations below.

Against Me! last released Shape Shift With Me in 2016 via Total Treble.



The Dumbheads (pop-punk, Russia) stream new album “Tales Of Terror”

Russian pop-punk band The Dumbheads are streaming their new album, Tales Of Terror, which was released on May 6th.

You can give it a listen below.

The Dumbheads last released Something Did Go Wrong in November 2018.



NOFX stream demo song “Scarlett O’Heroin”

NOFX are streaming a newly released demo song “Scarlett O’Heroin,” which comes from the Punk In Drublic Europe festival exclusive Fat Music Music For Wrecked People: Punk In Drublic 2019 compilation.

You can give the song a listen below.

NOFX last released Ribbed – Live in a Dive in 2018 via Fat Wreck Chords.  Their last studio output was First Ditch Effort in 2016.



Much The Same (Skate Punk, Chicago) announce new album “Everything Is Fine”

Chicago skate punk act Much The Same have announced they will be releasing their new album, Everything Is Fine, sometime this summer via Thousand Islands Records (North America), Pee Records (Australia), and Lockjaw Records (Europe).  We will keep you updated with any other news regarding the new album as it comes out.

Much The Same last released a cover of Lagwagon’s “Making Friends” in January 2019.  Before that was Survive all the way back in 2006.



The Pomps (Ska, MA) stream new song “Autopsy”

Massachusetts ska act The Pomps are streaming their new single, Autopsy.”  

You can give it a listen below.

The Pomps last released the single “P.A.D.D.” last month.  Before that was their 2017 Alternate America EP.



The Moguls stream cover of “Bed Intruder Song”

Madison, Wisconsin pop punk outfit The Moguls have released a cover of “Bed Intruder Song.”  You know the one, the AutoTune YouTube video one.  Don’t act like you didn’t watch that video over and over in the early 2010’s.

You can relive that time by checking out the punk rock version below.

The Moguls last released 30 Helens Agree in 2013.



Kringer & The Battle Katz (punk-metal, UK) stream new EP “The New Adventures Of…”

UK punk/metal act Kringer & The Battle Katz are streaming their new EP, The New Adventures Of…, which was released on May 14th via Horn & Hoof Records.

You can give the EP a listen below.

Kringer & The Battle Katz last released Space T-Rex in February 2018.



Telethon (Pop Punk, WI) stream new song “How Long Do I Let It Go For?”

Pop punkers Telethon have announced they will be releasing their new album Hard Pop on June 21st via Take This To Heart Records.

To give you an idea of what to expect from the new album, the band is streaming “How Long Do I Let It Go For?”  You can check that out below.

Telethon last released Modern Abrasive in November 2018.



Mike Frazier announces new album, streams new song

Punk troubadour Mike Frazier has announced he will be releasing his second album, Where The Valley Kissed The Sky, on May 31st via Geneva Records.

To give you an idea of what to expect from the record, Mike is streaming the song “Wedding Day,” which you can check out below.

Mike Frazier last released Elegy in 2017 via A-F Records.



Long Story Short (Melodic) streaming new single “Hands Down”

Montreal melodic-punks Long Story Short are streaming the first single “Hands Down” off of their upcoming EP Stranded. Set for release in June, if this new song is any indication what the rest of the album sounds like, we are in for an absolute banger. The new song features some razor-sharp guitar riffs, as well as some great lyrics.

Check it out for yourself below.

This is the first new music from Long Story Short since their 2016 EP We Made It Through. If you’re a fan of 88 Fingers Louie or Ten Foot Pole, you will love these guys. 



CJ Ramone streaming new album “The Holy Spell…”

New York punk CJ Ramone is streaming his new masterpiece The Holy Spell… The new album was released May 10th through Fat Wreck Chords and if you haven’t had a chance to check it out, I suggest you scoot on over to your favorite streaming site and start jamming this gem into your ear holes. I was particularly smitten with the track “Rock On” and the “Postcard From Heaven”.

Head on down below to check out the new album.

CJ Ramone’s last release was Christmas Lullaby, which was released back in December of last year.