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Sweet Empire (Punk, Holland) Announce Album “A New Cycle”, Stream Two Teaser Tracks

Dutch punk rock act Sweet Empire will have a new record out next month. A New Cycle will drop on April 1 via Shield Recordings.

To get you in the mood for the new record, Sweet Empire have put out two tracks from the effort a month early. You can check out “Thoughts and Prayers” and “V.K.T” below.

The previous release from Sweet Empire was the 2014 full-length, Old Ideas Keep Fighting Us.

Malvina (Progressive, Brazil) Announce Album “Hybrid War”, Stream Title Track

Progressive hardcore act Malvina have just announced that they will release their latest album Hybrid War on April 26.

Making the release possible around the world are the following record labels: Electric Funeral Records, Brazil; Ghost Factory Records & Arts, Italy; Geenger Records, Croatia; Money Fire Records, USA; Punk & Disorderly Records, Canada; Morning Wood Records, Netherlands; 5FeetUnder Records, Denmark; Razor Records, Argentina; Audioslam, Chile; Mud Cake Records, Germany; and Bomber Music, UK.

Those who can’t wait until the end of next month to check out Hybrid War are in luck. The band has been good enough to stream the title track from the effort. You can check it out below.

According to Malvina, Hybrid War is inspired by the rolling coup in Brazil and the rise of neofascism in the band’s home nation.

Almost Made The Mixtape (Pop Punk, MI) Stream New Single “Anna”

Detroit-based pop punkers Almost Made The Mixtape are allowing fans to stream their latest single. The track is titled “Anna” and is the first new music from the three-piece since their EP Attaboy! that came out in February last year.

You can check out “Anna” below

Recommended Album Stream: Burn Burn Burn (punk) – “Chosen Family”

There are just too many bands now. Too many albums releasing every week, everything streaming on bandcamp and spotify. We just can’t cover them all anymore. You don’t need that. What you need is somebody you trust to tell you which of the many new punk albums released every week are worth your time. Take it from this weathered punkster, if you have a healthy appreciation for the 90’s Epifat sound, “Chosen Family,” the new banger from Seattle punks Burn Burn Burn, is one of those releases. Stream it below.

Chosen Family is the first new music from Burn Burn Burn since their 2018 release The Seoul Sessions. 

Mike Herrera (MxPx) shares acoustic cover of Millencolin’s “No Cigar”

Mike Herrera, frontman of MxPx, has shared an acoustic cover of Millencolin‘s classic ‘No Cigar’. This is ahead of Mike heading to Australia to tour with Millencolin next month. Goldfinger will be opening for the entire run. That’s right, Mike has been playing bass with Goldfinger as well for a few years now.

If you haven’t yet, be sure listen to Millencolin’s excellent new album ‘SOS’. Mike’s cover along with the Millencolin/Goldfinger dates Down Under can be found below.

PUP release fan-assisted video for new song “Free At Last”

Heading towards the release of “Morbid Stuff” this April, PUP have revealed a music video for their new single “Free At Last”.

The video is comprised of fan submitted covers of the track, who had only the lyrics and a chord sheet to go by to get the covers together and submit to the band.

Check out the end result of PUP’s foray into crowd sourcing using the player below and pre-order “Morbid Stuff” now through Rise Records.

Cokie The Clown (NOFX’s Fat Mike) announces debut album and releases new song

Cokie The Clown, the alter ego of NOFX’s Fat Mike, will release his debut album “You’re Welcome” through Fat Wreck on April 26th. The album is an exploration of “his deepest regrets, fears, and experiences” consisting of ten tracks with Travis Barker on drums and Danny Lohner (Nine Inch Nails, A Perfect Circle) behind the desk.

The first track to be released from the album is “Punk Rock Saved My Life”, which is streaming now and can be checked out using the player below. Get the full low down on the release over at the Fat Wreck website.

Bullet Machine (ffo:The Dwarves, TBR) stream new album, “Knuckle Supper”

Dallas grindhouse punk band, Bullet Machine just released a new album, Knuckle Supper. You can check that out below!

Rum Bar Records stream Winter 2019 sampler

Rum Bar Records are streaming their Winter 2019 sampler.  The compilation includes bands such as The Peawees, Muck and the Mires, Duck & CoverThe Cheap CassettesThe Right HereJustine and the Unclean, and many more.  You can give the whole thing a listen below.

Stolen Wheelchairs (punk, Philadelphia) announce new EP “Out Of Steps”

Philadelphia hardcore punk act Stolen Wheelchairs have announced their new EP, Out Of Steps, which is set to be released on March 8th via State Line Records.

To give you an idea of what to expect, the band is streaming “Breaking Down” and “Vandalism.”  You can give those songs a listen below.

Stolen Wheelchairs last released Basement Demos in November 2016.

Propagandhi stream remastered version of “Failed States”

Canadian punk legends Propagandhi are streaming the remastered version of their 2012 album, Failed States.

You can give it a listen below.

Propagandhi last released Victory Lap in September 2017 via Epitaph.

Be Like Max (Ska, Vegas) stream new album “Save Us All”

Vegas ska punks Be Like Max are streaming their new full-length, Save Us All, which was released on February 17th.

You can give it a listen below.

Be Like Max last released Against All Odds in October 2015.

Frontside (Hardcore, CA) stream new song “Society’s View”

California hardcore act Frontside are streaming their new song “Society’s View,” which is the title track off their latest EP that was released on February 9th via Safe Inside Records.

You can give it a listen below.

Frontside last released Live At The Charleston in January 2018.

Bad Religion announce new album “Age Of Unreason”

California punk legends Bad Religion have announced their new album, Age Of Unreason, which is set to be released on May 3rd via Epitaph.

The band is streaming the first song off the album, “Chaos From Within,” which you can feast your ears on below.  You can also peruse the track list while you listen.

Bad Religion last released True North in 2013.

Primetime Failure stream “Memory Lane” ahead of album

German skatepunks Primetime Failure are to release new LP Memory Lane on 10th May on a variety of labels around the world (Uncle M, Disconnect Disconnect, Hectic Society, Shield Recordings and Crystal Meth & Heart Attack). Ahead of the album they are streaming the title track. Have a listen below.

The album is the follow up to 2017’s Home.