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Details announced for Tenebrae/PanzerBastard split

Get ready, Boston thrash/hardcore fans. The cover art and some more specific release information has been announced for the upcoming Tenebrae / PanzerBastard split!

Entitled “The Sons Of Belial,” the split is currently at the pressing plant in anticipation of a July 8th release. No pre-orders available yet, but stay tuned; the first hundred will be on “blood-splattered vinyl.” Knowing Tenebrae and PanzerBastard (the former features Mark from The Unseen and Rob and Craig from Blood For Blood, while the latter features Keith Benentt and Dom DiBenedetto whom you should all be familiar with), that means it’ll be splattered in actual blood. Sweet.

“The Sons Of Belial” will be released by Jailhouse Records.
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Krum Bums sign to Jailhouse Records, plan new full-length

Austin, Texas, street punks Krum Bums announced today that they’ve been added to the already-formidable Jailhouse Records lineup. What’s more? The band have not only finished recording their Jailhouse Records debut (no release date other than “late this summer”), but they’re already working on a follow-up! Stay tuned for info.

Additionally, Krum Bums premiered a previously-unreleased video for the track “Blast The Walls.” The clip is from 2009, but never saw the light of day until now. Check it out below.

Krum Bums’ last album was “Cut The Noose,” and came out in 2011 on People Like You Records.



Fang streaming new song “Riot In Cell Block #9” off upcoming split with Symbol Six

Oakland punk act, Fang, are streaming a new song entitled, “Riot In Cell Block #9.”

You can give it a listen here.

The song will appear on their upcoming split with Symbol Six, which is due out on April 19, 2014 through Jailhouse Records.



Tenebrae announce split with PanzerBastard

Massachusetts hardcore act Tenebrae (featuring Mark of the Unseen and Rob Falzano and Craig Silverman of Blood For Blood) have announced a split with Boston thrash act PanzerBastard.

The 12″ split is slated for a July release.

Tenebrae released their debut, self-titled album last January through Jailhouse Records.



The Scarred announce hiatus, stream new songs

Anaheim punk rockers The Scarred have announced a seemingly permanent hiatus, with frontman Justin Willits stating, “I’m not saying the band is broken up, because you never know what could happen. But we’re not going to keep it going right now, why would we?”

Not all is bad, though! The band’s streaming two new songs titled “Procrastinator” and “Kiss Of Luck” and you can give them both a listen below.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on the future of The Scarred come to light. They last released “Live Fast Die Poor” on September 13th, 2011 through Jailhouse records.



New Video: Symbol Six – “Never Gonna Make It”

California hardcore band Symbol Six have got a brand new music video out. It’s for the song “Never Gonna Make It,” and you can view it below.

“Never Gonna Make It” is slated to appear on the band’s upcoming album “Dirtyland,” due out sometime this spring on Jailhouse Records.

Symbol Six’s last album was a self-titled vinyl re-release of early material from the Posh Boy Records days (1980-1982), which was released in February on Dr. Strange Records.



Music Video: Symbol Six – “The Hideout” (Weirdos cover)

California hardcore veterans Symbol Six have released a music video for their cover of The Weirdos‘ song “The Hideout.”

You can check the video out below.

Symbol Six’s upcoming album “Dirtyland” is set to come out sometime this spring via Jailhouse Records, who will also release the band’s split with Fang on January 20th.



Symbol Six reveal cover art for upcoming split w/ Fang

California hardcore veterans Symbol Six have revealed the cover art for their upcoming split LP with Berkeley’s Fang and it can be seen above.

The split currently has no solid release date but pre-orders (ltd. 100 hand-numbered copies on white wax) will be made available on January 20th via Jailhouse Records. The spring release of Symbol Six’s upcoming album “Dirtyland” will also be handled by Jailhouse.



Free Song Download: They Stay Dead – “Bruise Banner”

Earlier this month, we brought you the exclusive stream of a brand new track from Midwest melodic punk act They Stay Dead who recently reunited with their old bassist Dave Klein (Black Flag, Good For You).

Now the song, entitled “Bruise Banner,” is being offered up for free download and you can snag it below!

Jailhouse Records will be releasing the band’s 2011 Self-Titled EP on vinyl in early 2014. The release will drop ahead of a full-length album expected later in the year, also planned for Jailhouse.



Dave Klein (Black Flag) returns to They Stay Dead, band premieres new single

Big news out of the Midwest from melodic punk act They Stay Dead.  After 9 months searching for a replacement bass player, the band has announced that Dave Klein will be returning, effective immediately. Klein has spent his time away from They Stay Dead traveling the world on bass with Black Flag and Good For You.

To celebrate the news, we’ve teamed up with the band to stream a brand new single titled “Bruise Banner” which you can, and should, check out below. The song was produced and engineered by Mike Kennerty who recently produced Direct Hit!’s “Brainless God.”

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The band has also announced that Jailhouse Records will be releasing their 2011 Self-Titled EP – also produced by Kennerty – on vinyl in early 2014. The release will drop ahead of a full-length album expected later in the year, also planned for Jailhouse.

They Stay Dead is booking shows for 2014 and the first is set for January 24, 2014 at The Conservatory in Oklahoma City with Off With Their Heads and The Menzingers.



Symbol Six (Hardcore) announce new release “Dirtyland”

California Hardcore band Symbol Six have announced that they will be releasing a new album titled “Dirtyland” on Jailhouse Records.

“Dirtyland” is set to come out sometime in spring of 2014.

Symbol Six’s last album was a self-titled vinyl re-release of early material from the Posh Boy Records days (1980-1982), which was released in February on Dr. Strange Records.



Cover Art Battle Winner (September 10th): Violent Affair

Congratulations are in order for Violent Affair, whose new record “The Cockroach Theory” won last week’s Cover Art Battle, which featured new releases from Rise AgainstBalance And ComposureTwo Cow Garage, Op Ivy’s Jesse Michaels, and many others, with 33% of the vote!

Don’t forget to click here and get your vote in for this week’s Cover Art Battle, featuring new releases from The FlatlinersSaves The DayGreat Apes, and a couple others.

Congrats again to Violent Affair! Head on over here to check out our exclusive stream of “The Cockroach Theory.”



Full Album Stream: Violent Affair – “The Cockroach Theory”

Today, we’re bringing you a stream of Oklahoma City punk band Violent Affair‘s long-awaited new album “The Cockroach Theory,” which is being released on September 10th through Jailhouse Records!

Check it out below and, if you like what you hear, head on over to the Jailhouse webstore to pick up a copy of the record.



Special Duties sign to Jailhouse Records, releasing first new album in 20 years

UK punk legends Special Duties have joined the Jailhouse Records roster, and will be releasing their first full-length album of all new material in two decades. The new album should be out in spring 2014.

Special Duties originally formed in 1977, and broke up in 1983. They reformed in 1995, touring and releasing a slew of singles and re-issue, live, or “best of” albums. Their last 7-inch release was in 2007.



ANTiSEEN to release limited live “dgipak” for 30th Anniversary

Long running punks ANTiSEEN, are celebrating their 30th Anniversary this year. In celebration of this milestone, the folk over at Jailhouse Records will be releasing a limited edition live “digipak”.

The album, entitled “Live Possum”, was recorded this past Februray featuring the classic lineup of  Jeff Clayton, Joe Young, Thomas O’Keefe and Greg Clayton. It is due out November 5th.

The band will play their 30th Anniversary show this October at the Tremont Music Hall in North Carolina.