Dallas dirty skate-punk pee-wads, Noogy are headed back on the road for a west coast tour.
You can check out those tour dates below.
Find out more about Noogy here.
Tuesday, August 21, 2018 at 10:36 AM (PST) by Goldfinger
New York hardcore punks Every Time I Die have announced that they will head out on a 20th anniversary tour. Joining the seasoned vets will be: Turnstile, Angel Du$t and Vein. Keith Buckley had this to say about the lineup for the tour: “We knew that the last headlining tour of our 20th year needed to be memorable and it had to be a lineup as broad-based as our two decades together. In each of these bands, you will find elements of the past, present and future of hardcore and I’m certain there is something in this tour that EVERYONE can vibe with no matter your age or background. If not, you may need to reassess your vibe.”
Check out the full list of dates below.
The latest release for Every Time I Die was 2016’s Low Teens. Tickets for this run of shows are already on sale you can head on over here to grab yours.
Saturday, August 18, 2018 at 4:50 PM (PST) by Johnny X
If you somehow missed it, Chicago folk-punk artist Davey Dynamite digitally released one of the best punk albums of 2016 on Dying Scene Records (stream it or download “Holy Shit” for free here if you don’t believe me). Ever since the day I stumbled across that album in my tiny Brooklyn apartment I’ve been dying to see Davey’s live show and now, nearly 2 years later, he’s finally announced a decent run of tour dates extending all the way to the East Coast. Of course, now I live in Africa where where my chances of catching a Davey Dynamite show went from slim to none, which is why I need you readers to go in my stead so I can at least live it vicariously.
Find all the dates and locations here, and report back on your experience!
Saturday, August 18, 2018 at 1:46 PM (PST) by jaystone
How’s she goin’, eh? If you’re a fan of super-awesome skate punk road warriors On the Cinder the answer is a resounding “pretty good, eh!” That’s because the Buffalo, New York, trio are headed out on what they’re dubbing the “Great Lakes, Eh?” tour that includes stops on both sides of the US/Canadian border. Head below to check out dates!
On The Cinder are in the midst of recording their sophomore album, which’ll hopefully be out by the end of the year. It’ll serve as the follow up to their 2016 debut, The Fight Against Ourselves (Between the Days Records).
Friday, August 17, 2018 at 3:36 PM (PST) by otter272
Their latest release was the Wiretap Records LP The Cross & the Switchblade from 2017.
Our pals over in Real Friends have just announced that they’ll be setting off on tour in support of their new album “Composure” starting on October 17th! “Composure” marks their most adventurous release with tracks that branch outside of their pop punk roots and into new territory, as well as follow up to their 2016 release “The Home Inside My Head.”
Check out the dates below!
Tuesday, August 14, 2018 at 4:00 AM (PST) by dropkickeith
Municipal Waste last released Slime and Punishment in 2017, while High on Fire are streaming a song off their upcoming album Electric Messiah, due out October 5.
Check out the tour dates and the new song from High on Fire below.
Tuesday, August 14, 2018 at 3:04 AM (PST) by dropkickeith
La Dispute are releasing a 10th anniversary edition of their debut Somewhere at the Bottom of the River Between Vega and Altair. Coming out on their original label, No Sleep Records, it features re-amped guitars from the original recordings, a new mix, and re-imagined artwork. Pre-orders are available here and the album will be available November 9.
They have also announced a fall tour of the US with Circa Survive that is booked to kick off in October.
Check out a video for the new version of “Castle Builders” and all their tour dates below.
Monday, August 13, 2018 at 3:23 PM (PST) by Mike Scott
Indianapolis pop punks Sloppy Seconds have announced some Northwestern tour dates, to promote their first new music in a decade. They are to release a split 7″ with Dangerbird, offering up “Johnny Be Dead,” a tribute to Johnny Thunders. The 500 press, coloured 7″ is up for pre-order now from Failure Records.
Tour dates are below.
Canada’s The Penske File have announced the dates for an upcoming tour of Europe. They are touring in support of their album Salvation that came out in April via Stomp Records. The tour kicks off in September and runs through early October. See the tour dates below.
Monday, August 6, 2018 at 2:38 PM (PST) by otter272
San Francisco punk band Swingin Utters have the announced the dates for a tour of eastern Canada and the Midwestern U.S. this fall. They will be supported on this tour by L.A.’s The Last Gang. See the dates below.
The Utters are touring in suport of a new album they are releasing on August 31 via Fat Wreck Chords titled Peace and Love
Long Island-based punk band Iron Chic has announced the dates for an upcoming tour this September. The band will be touring with Propagandhi for the first few shows and then will finish up the tour with L.A.s Spanish Love Songs. See the tour dates below.
Monday, August 6, 2018 at 9:58 AM (PST) by rick delaney
The legendary California-based skate punk force that is Ten Foot Pole has just announced The Music 4 Cancer Tour. The run of dates kicks off in September and will feature several stops around Quebec and Ontario, as well as an appearance at the Music 4 Cancer festival on September 15th. They’ll be joined at the event by the likes of Goldfinger, Good Riddance, and Belvedere.
The line-up assembled for the tour comprises of Dennis Jagard, Scott Hallquist, and Chris Del Rio, with Simo Perini joining the ensemble on drums.
You can check out all the dates below.
Thursday, August 2, 2018 at 2:08 PM (PST) by otter272
So technically this is a little bit more of a "re-introducing" spotlight piece as Belgium's Chump actually got their start around 2001. They kicked around the scene for a bit until 2005 then disappeared. Until now. Pulling influences from exactly where you'd expect a European punk act from 2001 to pull from, Chump isn't reinventing the wheel when it comes to melodic skate punk, but they are churning it out with passion and talent, doing the sub-genre serious justice. Give their new EP "Welcome To The Punk Rock Family" here - it's got one of the best instrumental, intro tracks I've heard this year.