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Booze & Glory Announce New Album, “Hurricane”

Good news, street punk fans…new Booze & Glory is coming by the end of the year!

The UK-based quartet have announced October 18th as the release date for their long-awaited fifth studio album. It’s called Hurricane, and the band will be releasing it via their own Scarlet Teddy Records. Hurricane was recorded by Millencolin’s Mathias Farm, and closes with the six-minute epic “Too Soon,” which you may have seen the video for here.

Hurricane marks Booze & Glory’s first album since 2017’s Chapter IV. Stay tuned for more info!



Somos announce passing of guitarist, and release of new album

Boston’s Somos recently suffered a terrible loss when their guitarist Phil Haggerty passed away last week.  To celebrate his life and to help out Phil’s family, the band opened up the pre-orders for their upcoming album early, with all the proceeds going to cover the funeral expenses.  We are a little late in getting this news to you, but are happy to report the band already raised enough money to cover those expenses.  The band has kept the pre-order up, with all remaining proceeds going to the Heather Heyer Foundation.

If you want to pay your respects and help out a great cause, take a listen to the two songs the band has released, and consider pre-ordering a copy of Prison On A Hill, which is set to be released on September 27th via Tiny Engines.  You can listen to “Mediterranean” and “Dreamless” below.

Somos last released First Day Back in 2016 via Hopeless Records.



Hood Rats (punk) stream new song “Exterminator”

Canadian punk act Hood Rats are streaming their new song “Exterminator,” which comes from their upcoming album, 40 oz. of Fury, that is set to be released on August 31st.

You can give the song a listen below.

Hood Rats last released Trash Party in August 2018.



Jack and the Me Offs (pop-punk) release new album, stream 2 songs

New Jersey pop-punk act Jack and the Me Offs recently released their Joe Queer produced album, Greatest Hits Vol. 2.

The band is currently streaming 2 songs from the album.  You can listen to “What Makes A Man,” and “I Can’t Remember” here.

Greatest Hits Vol. 2 was released on August 2nd via Universal Warning Records.



Dylan Disaster (punk) releases music video for “Milestone”

Texas punk act Dylan Disaster has released a music video for his song “Milestone,” which comes from the upcoming album, Remission, that is set to be released on August 31st via Travel Well Records, Stars at Night, and Ring of Fire Records.

You can check it out below.

Dylan Disaster last released Self Titled in 2015.



Standard Issue (Melodic Hardcore, CA) Stream EP “Out of Time”

If you like your melodic hardcore teetering on the edge of straight up hardcore, check out the new EP from California’s Standard Issue. The record, titled Out of Time, features three rapid yet melodic tracks with vocal accompaniment that borders on full blown crust. It’s a winning combination in our book.

If that smashup of genres floats your boat, you can check out Out of Time below.

The previous release from Standard Issue was the 2018 full-length, Cost of War.



Chaser (Skate Punk, CA) Release Remastered Version of 2006’s “Numb America”

Southern California veteran skate punks Chaser have just put out a remastered version of their 2006 classic Numb America. You can check it out below.

You’ll be pleased to learn that the 12 riff-laden, rapid-as-they-come tracks have lost none of their urgency through the remastering process and it hits just as hard as it did on first release.

The previous release from Chaser was the 2016 effort Sound the Sirens.



Loser Points (Skate Punk, Canada) Stream Single “Nostalgia as a Drug”

Canadian melodic punk ensemble Loser Points are allowing fans to stream their latest single. It’s called “Nostalgia as a Drug” and you can check it out below.

The single is the first new music from Loser Points since they released the single “Tribes” earlier this year.



Bothers (Punk, OR) Announce Debut, Self-Titled Album, Stream Tracks

Portland-based garage punks Bothers have a record in the works. It will go by the band’s own name and helping them with the release will be Dirt Cult Records.

To get you lot in the mood for the band’s debut material, Bothers are allowing fans to stream a few tracks from the forthcoming record prior to its release. You can check out “Brain Matter”, “Dumb Skull”, and “Shut In” below.



Bankrupt (Punk, Hungary) Stream Single “Come Back Joe Strummer”

Veteran Hungarian punk rock group Bankrupt have released a lyric video for their new single “Come Back Joe Strummer”. Released just a week ahead of the legendary Clash vocalist’s birthday (21 Aug), the song is a reminder that Joe Strummer was not just a punk rock visionary but he also realised the importance of climate change awareness well ahead of his time.

You can check out “Come Back Joe Strummer” below. If you like it or identify with the message, you should definitely consider buying it. All profits from the single will go to the Joe Strummer Foundation.

The previous release from Bankrupt was the 2018 single “Green Light, Blue Lambo”.



Off With Their Heads streaming new album, “Be Good”

The brand-new album from Minnesota’s Off With Their Heads, Be Good, is currently available on all the major platforms and streaming as well.  A quick note on this album: it’s certain to end up on a lot of people’s best of 2019 lists – it’s that good. Don’t believe me? Check it out below.



Tim Barry announces new solo album, tour

Avail’s Tim Barry has announced a new solo album, which will be released on October 11th on Chunksaah Records. Titled The Road to Richmond, it will be his first album since 2017.

Tim will also be playing some live shows (and hopefully more than these) in support of the album, with the following dates:

Aug 29 – Muddy Roots Festival – Cookeville, TN
Nov 02 – The Fest – Gainesville, FL
Nov 15 – The Camel / Record Release Show –  Richmond, VA
Nov 16 – The Camel / Record Release Show – Richmond, VA



NOFX release new single “Fish In A Gun Barrel” (proceeds going to Moms Demand Action)

Ahead of the band’s upcoming album, NOFX have released a brand new single titled “Fish In A Gun Barrel.” In an intro to the song Fat Mike explains that the song was written in 2016 but the band held off on releasing it due to it hitting a little too close to home so soon after the Vegas shootings. Given the recent spate of gun violence in the US earlier this month, the band decided to use the track to help raise funds for Moms Demand Action, a grassroots movement fighting for public safety measures that protect people from gun violence.

Check out the song, along w/ Fat Mike’s introduction below.

NOFX last released Ribbed – Live in a Dive in 2018 via Fat Wreck Chords. Their last studio output was First Ditch Effort in 2016.



Stone Lions (Pop Punk, Australia) Announce Album “Necking On And Kicking Off”, Stream Video For “Apologies”

Aussie party pop punkers Stone Lions are allowing fans to stream a video for the lead single from their forthcoming album, Necking On And Kicking Off. The tune chosen to tease the new material is titled “Apologies” and you can check out the video for it below.

Helping Stone Lions with the release of Necking On And Kicking Off will be Disconnect Disconnect Records (Italy), Pee Records (Australia), and Thousand Islands Records (Canada). The full release is scheduled for September 27 but pre-orders are up now from any of the aforementioned labels. Those committing to buy the album prior to its release will also receive exclusive downloads for the single “Apologies” and album opened “Burnt Out Lights.”



Stay The Course (Skate Punk, KS) Stream “Statis” and “CBD” From Forthcoming Album “Hello Wichicago”

Kansas skate punks Stay The Course have just released a couple of singles from their forthcoming album Hello Wichicago. The tracks are titled “Statis” and “CBD” and are available to stream below whilst you wait for the full album to drop on August 30.

According to the group’s bandcamp page, Hello Wichicago is their first collection of tunes on record.