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Hub City Stompers premiere “Philly, What the F*ck?”

New Jersey punks Hub City Stompers have just premiered a new video for “Philly, What the F*ck?” which follows the video premiere for their track “Phantom.” Both release on BlankTV to hit the streets.

Hub City Stompers recently released Haters Dozen earlier this year.

Check out the video below!



Dirty Junk (Riot girl grunge punk) premiere music video for title-track, “On Yr Knees” off upcoming album, sign to Don’t Panic

Dirty Junk is a noise rock/grunge punk band out of Minneapolis that has just signed with Don’t Panic Records and Distro. They are releasing their first EP on the label, titled On Yr Knees, this coming January. It is the follow-up to their debut album, Snot, which was self-released earlier this year.

The new album is expected to show off the bands progression, albeit through chaotic walls of sound and noise-ification. It’s riot girl music, leaning on raw emotional response through personal trials and political turmoil. The label is releasing a limited, 100-cassette run of the new album on purple translucent tape on January 19, 2019. Pre-orders are available here.

Dirty Junk has released a new music video for the EP’s title-track and first single, “On Yr Knees”, depicting a young woman’s revenge fantasy of getting even, and finally taking out her frustrations and torments on her abuser… Sadly, no actual abusers were hurt in the making of this video. Stream “On Yr Knees” below



Bayside (pop-punk) release video for acoustic version of “Sick, Sick, Sick”

New York pop-punk veterans Bayside have released a video for their acoustic version of “Sick, Sick, Sick”. The acoustic version of “Sick, Sick, Sick” comes off of the band’s most recent release Acoustic Volume 2 which was released earlier this year. This is a spectacular song and in this writers opinion even better when performed acoustically.

You can check out the stirring rendition of “Sick, Sick, Sick” below.



Forever Unclean (Melodic, Denmark) Stream Video for “Words”

Melodic Danish punk band Forever Unclean have just released a music video for one of their tracks. The tune is called “Words” and the visuals were filmed and edited by Nick Manuell whilst the band were out on tour in Australia. The track is off of the Forever Unclean’s latest 7-inch EP, titled Woof.

You can check out the video below.



The Burnt Tapes (punk rock) announce full length and release video for ‘Yuzi’

London band The Burnt Tapes will release their debut LP “Never Better” on February 22, 2019 via Wiretap Records (US) and Lockjaw Records (UK/EU).

Lead singer Phil Georgoulopoulos said the following about the album’s lead single “Yuzi”:

“Yuzi is about putting the puzzle of yourself back together after the end of a relationship you thought defined you. That’s kinda the theme throughout our songs in many ways, and the video ties in a lot of those themes but mainly its about finding a place where you can finally find some peace.”

Watch the video below.

The band (originally from Greece) have worked tirelessly on the UK scene over the past few years and it’s encouraging to see them doing so well. They have honed their sound and their live show has gotten stronger and stronger. Expect to see some big tour announcements from them soon.



The Pink Spiders (rock n’roll/power pop) announce tour and release video for ‘Capital F’

After just coming off their run with The Smoking Popes, The Pink Spiders have announced a headlining tour this January and have released a new video for Capital F. Coming to prominence with their major label debut in 2006, The Pink Spiders have been active off and on over the years. Their most recent full length ‘Mutations’ came out earlier this year.

The video is worth a look and the song is super catchy. Check it out, along with the tour dates, below.



Squarecrow (melodic punk) release music video for “Grazie Millie”

San Diego melodic punk band Squarecrow have released a music video for their song “Grazie Millie.”

You can check it out below.

“Grazie Millie” comes from the bands’ latest album, Before the Sun Catches Us All, which was released on June 8th, 2018 via La Escalera Records.



Bud Bronson And The Good Timers (Melodic Punk) release music video for “We Are The Champions (Of The Basement)”

Denver melodic punks Bud Bronson And The Good Timers have released a music video for their song, “We Are The Champions (Of The Basement).”

You can check it out below.

“We Are The Champions (Of The Basement)” comes from the bands’ latest album, Between the Outfield and Outer Space, which was released on October 12th via Snappy Little Numbers.



NinetyNine (Hardcore, DE) release video for “As One”

German hardcore exports NinetyNine have released a video for “As One”, a track from their upcoming EP Wasteland, released on Dead Serious Records on January 25th.

Have a watch below.



Coercion release video for “Lose To Win”

Coercion, the rock band featuring members of Death By Stereo, Good Riddance, Ghost Parade, Fury 66, and The Lonely Kings, just released their new EP Veritas via Bird Attack Records.

They’ve now released a video for “Lose To Win”, from that EP. Have a watch below.



BK Punks THICK Release Video For “Lyfe”

Photo By Jeff Schaer-Moses Photogrpahy
THICK guitarist Nikki Crowdsurfing during their set at Brooklyn Bazaar on Dec, 8.

Brooklyn punks THICK released the video for their newest single “Lyfe” at Brooklyn Bazaar on December 8. I don’t want to overstate how good I think THICK is, so lets just put it this way …. get on that wave right now because THICK is the new religion and it’s not going anywhere but up from here.

THICK is already one of the most exciting bands in the BK and it’s only a matter of time before their infectious sound crosses the East River and spreads through The Big Apple like a plague of ass-kicking destruction. THICK may not be reinventing the wheel with their pop-punk tunes but what they are doing is bringing a whole new energy and attitude to the genre.

Glass Slipper, Fat Heaven, and Whiner acted on support on THICKs big night in Greenpoint.



Vagrants (Post Hardcore, FL) Stream Video for “Clarity”, Sign to Equal Vision Records

Florida-based post hardcore band Vagrants have just signed to Equal Vision Records. To celebrate the occasion, they have decided to release a video for their track “Clarity”, which will feature on the band’s forthcoming debut EP due out at an undisclosed date in 2019.

The band’s guitarist, Jose DelRio, had the following to say about Vagrants new record label:

“We are extremely honoured to join the Equal Vision family and be apart of such a legendary roster of bands, many of which have been influential on us. It’s an incredibly humbling feeling to have such amazing people in our corner.”

You can check out “Clarity” below.



Back Garden Light (pop punk) release video for ‘The Right Side’

French pop punk outfit Back Garden Light released their new single ‘The Right Side’ last Friday via Red Toad Music (KROD Records). They play a familiar sound of pop punk mixed with more metal influences, so if bands like Chunk, No Captain Chunk!, Can’t Bear This Party or Knockout Kid are your thing, this video below is worth a look.

Their last release was the EP ‘Life’s A Game’ in 2016.



The Maple State (Indie Punk) release new video for ‘Germany’

The Maple State returned earlier this year with the release of ‘Things I Heard At The Party‘. This Manchester band was big on the UK scene in the mid-2000s (at one point turning down a tour with Paramore as they considered them too pop punk!) before calling it quits a decade ago.

They have just released a video for a new song called ‘Germany‘. This is in a slightly more upbeat direction than their previously released album (that was received well), check out the video below.



S-E-R-V-I-C-E (post-punk) release live video for “Who Are You Anyway?”

If you have ever seen a live video of a band, you’ve pretty much seen them all. A band performing somewhere in a dive, bad lightning, shot in black-and-white and only one camera. This video from S-E-R-V-I-C-E for their track “Who Are You Anyway?” is anything but that. It’s beautifully shot and features a great post-punk song with dirty guitars, megaphones and weird noises!

Watch the video below! – we recommend watching this in full screen.