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Strung Out announce Craft Beer Partnership with Lucky Luke Brewing

New from Strung Out, the band has announced they have teamed up with Lucky Luke Brewing out of Antelope Valley in Northern Los Angeles County.

From The Toadies’ Rubbernecker Red to Hanson’s MMMhops and… what was that other group again? Strung Out is the latest in the trend of bands and musicians to team up with breweries to try and bring beer-drinking fans a little something special.

Astrolux Golden Ale is expected to be “light, refreshing, crisp, and clean, but pack more punch than your daily drinking beer,” describes Brian Shmitz, the breweries founder, and at 6.1% ABV with Strung Out’s track record for putting out superb tunes, we are all sure hoping it satisfies… Oh, and science is involved in the beer-making as well.

Astrolux is already available in the breweries taproom and select bars and restaurants, with an official release party set for July 21 including a special guest acoustic set by… Can you guess who? It’s Strung Out.

…NOFX! It was NOFX with the other beer. Well, let’s hope we get to enjoy Astrolux Golden Ale a little bit longer. Check out the commercial below.



The Phosphorus Bombs stream new EP “Blank Slates”

Sydney-based skate/HC punkers The Phosphorus Bombs are now streaming their brand new EP, “Blank Slates.” This EP is the first release following their first full length ‘Cancers’ in 2017.

Check it out below.

 



Chaser (skate-punk) premiere “Nightmares” off upcoming Dying Scene Records release

Southern California skate-punk act Chaser have premiered a lyric video for a brand new track off their upcoming release on Dying Scene Records. “Nightmares” has got it all; gang vocals, killer lead guitar, catchy chorus, and don’t forget the “whoa-ohs”! It’s an absolute gem of a punk rock song and you can see what I mean by checking it out over at Punktastic.

“Nightmares” will appear on the band’s upcoming album “Sound The Sirens” due out digitally through Dying Scene Records (pre-order) and physically through Effervescence Records (pre-order) on July 20th.

Stream a few more songs from the upcoming release on bandcamp.



The Human Project stream upcoming album “Clarion Call”

UK melodic hardcore quartet The Human Project are streaming their new album “Clarion Call” ahead of its release this Friday (July 6th). The record, which includes recent single “That One Percent” is out on CD, vinyl and download and various packages are available to order now from the band’s BigCartel.

Listen to the album in full, as well as seeing details for the band’s release shows, over on European site SkatePunkers.



The Mor(R)ons (Skate Punk, Slovenia) Stream Latest Album “Lager”

Slovenian skate punkers The Mor(R)ons are allowing fans to stream their latest full-length album. Entitled Lager, the release features 14 tracks of break-neck, DIY punk rock sure to excite fans of all things fast.

The previous full-length release from the Slovenian four-piece was the 2015 effort Yin Punk.

You can check out Lager in all its glory below!



Chaser (Dying Scene Records) streams the best new punk song you’ll hear this month

Southern California skate-punk act Chaser have premiered a lyric video for a brand new track off their upcoming release on Dying Scene Records. “Let It Die” is the first Chaser track to feature dueling lead vocals between singer Mike LeDonne and bassist Jesse Stopnitzky, and man does it work! Head over to NewNoiseMagazine to hear the track.

“Let It Die” will appear on the band’s upcoming album “Sound The Sirens” due out digitally through Dying Scene Records (pre-order) and physically through Effervescence Records (pre-order) on July 20th.



Lagwagon announce California tour dates with Western Addiction, No Fun At All, and A Vulture Wake

Legendary California punk band Lagwagon have announced 3 California shows in September where they will be joined by Western Addiction, No Fun At All, and A Vulture Wake.

You can check out the dates and locations below.

Lagwagon last released Hang  in 2014 via Fat Wreck Chords.



Punk In Drublic Fest to head North of the border in 2019

With the recent sad news of Rockfest having to file for bankruptcy protection, us Canadians got some good news in the form of Punk In Drublic Fest announcing they would be headed to moose country for some stops next year. Presented by the suddenly polarizing Fat Mike and with stops ranging all the way across this vast nation, every hockey loving, poutine eating, maple syrup blooded Canadian will get a chance to scoot to their nearest major city and check out the craft beer and music festival.



Chaser (DS Records) premiere lyric video for “The Show” off upcoming album “Sound The Sirens”

Southern California skate-punk act Chaser have premiered a lyric video for a brand new track off their upcoming release on Dying Scene Records. “The Show” is their homage to the annual tradition of punk rock festival pilgrimage. Doesn’t matter if your festival of choice is PRB, Fest, Punk In Drublic, or Punk Rock Holiday, you’re going to relate to this song. The band had this to say about the inspiration behind the tune:

“The Show” pays tribute to some of our favorite moments growing up. The sun is shining, the music is blasting and we’re shoulder to shoulder with thousands of people singing along. Warped Tour started it all for us, and luckily, the rise of these modern day festivals has filled the void. We’re all grown up now, and expected to take it easy, but you can’t take the punk rock out of the boy. So you’ll still find us crowd surfing, pitting, stage diving, and singing every word. “And we will stay forever this way!”

Sing along to “The Show” over at punknews.

The track will appear on Chaser’s upcoming album “Sound The Sirens” due out digitally through Dying Scene Records (pre-order) and physically through Effervescence Records (pre-order) on July 20th.



Fair Do’s (Melodic Hardcore, UK) Announce Release Date of “Leopards”

The hardcore noodlers of Fair Do’s have announced the release date for their long-awaited debut album. Leopards will be available via Lockjaw Records from July 27. You can pre-order it from tomorrow here.

The previous release from Fair Do’s was their 2014 EP Trying Times.

 

 



Spoiler (skate punk) stream Self Titled album

Toronto, Canada skate punks Spoiler are streaming their new Self Titled album. If you are a fan of early Fat Wreck bands this is an album that you have to check out, featuring five new songs and a collection of remixed and remastered tracks from previous releases.

Lace up your Vans, prepare to have your face melted, and check out the stream below.



Stream “Cheese/Where’s My Slice” off NOFX’s upcoming live album “Ribbed – Live in a Dive”

NoFX is in the news again… only this time it’s to release a live version of their classic album Ribbed available for pre-order now at fatwreck.com.

The official release date is August 3, 2018. Until then, they’re leaving us with a sample in the form of “Cheese/Where’s My Slice” below.

Enjoy!

 



Chaser (skate-punk) signs to Dying Scene Records for release of new album “Sound The Sirens”, stream first single

Southern California punk act Chaser were one of the bands that inspired me to start Dying Scene eight years ago. I couldn’t understand why they weren’t on Fat, or being written about on Punknews, so I launched a site to get deserving bands like them more exposure. But that’s not why I’ve signed them today to Dying Scene Records. Personal relationships or past releases, no matter how good they are, aren’t enough get on DS Records. It’s simpler than that. I have to hear an album before I’ll agree to release it, and I have to legitimately love the album – like top 5 releases of the year love them. By the second listen of “Sound The Sirens” I was sold. 

On July 20th Dying Scene Records will be digitally releasing the band’s 4th full-length album, “Sound The Sirens,” while the folks at Effervescence Records are handling vinyl. To get you appropriately stoked check out the album’s first single “Bonfire” below.

 

While you listen here’s a fun tidbit from the band about the recording of the acoustic intro to the track:

“So while our engineer/producer, Ian Petersen, was editing one of our songs, we were standing in the parking lot jamming “Bonfire” on acoustic guitar and singing the chorus together as a band. Ian came outside and said, “That sounds awesome. What are you guys playing?” So he pulled us into the studio, and we tracked the intro to “Bonfire” with all 4 band members singing the chorus, and Bill playing guitar at the same time. We recorded it as one take, and it sounded so good and natural that we kept it!”

Pre-orders are up and running for this album. Snag a digital copy here and vinyl/CD/Bundles here.



When Thieves Are About (Skate Punk, NJ) Stream Album “We’re Literally Almost There”

New Jersey poppy skate punkers When Thieves Are About are allowing fans to stream their latest full-length record. It’s titled We’re Literally Almost There and features ten rapid punk tunes with plenty of melody and some extreme catchiness.

You can listen to We’re Literally Almost There below. Enjoy!



Premiere: Thousand Oaks and One Hidden Frame Stream Tracks From Forthcoming Split “Antipodes”

Italy’s Thousand Oaks and Finland’s One Hidden Frame have announced a split 7″ together. The record will be titled Antipodes and is due for release on August 10, 2018.

It will be distributed by Bird Attack Records (US), Fast Decade Records (Finland), Disconnect Disconnect Records (UK), No Reason Records (Italy), and Milestone Sounds (Japan).

To get fans excited for the release, both bands have released a track from Antipodes. We’ve included them below. If you’re a fan of absolutely shredding melodic hardcore, you’re not going to want to miss this one!