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Alcoa (New Hampshire, acoustic) announces new split EP with Choir Vandals and premieres new song

Defeater frontman Derek Archaumbault’s side project Alcoa have announced their latest EP, a split with indie rockers Choir Vandals, will be released on November 4th, 2016. Along with this news, Alcoa have allowed fans to sample their latest material on track “What a Fool”.

You can enjoy their newest offering below while you wait for the split EP to be released.



DS Interview: Shawna Potter of War On Women discusses political climate and show ettiquette

War On Women shows tend to straddle the line between protest and punk show. They exploded onto the scene in 2011 with their 10-inch “Improvised Weapons” and in the last year put out their eponymous debut full-length to thunderous applause from the punk rock community. Malamute sat down (figuratively) with singer/lyricist Shawna Potter and discussed, among other things, the band’s popularity in and outside the punk scene, sexism in Lord Of The Rings and punk show etiquette. You can read the full interview below.

War On Women’s last release was their self-titled full-length in February 2015.



H2O announce 3 northeast shows, playing self-titled album in its entirety

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of their self-titled debut’s release, New York hardcore punk veterans H2O have announced they will be playing the album in its entirety.

All 3 of the shows they’ll be doing this at are in the northeast. Check out the dates below.

H20’s latest album Use Your Voice was released in October, 2015 through Bridge Nine Records. It was their first album in 7 years, following 2008’s Nothing to Prove.



Expire Stream Final Album “With Regret”

Midwestern hardcore band Expire are streaming their upcoming final album “With Regret” through YouTube. You can check it out in full below.

Expire announced earlier that they will split up in the spring of next year when they finish touring in support of With Regret, which is due for release on September 23rd via Bridge Nine Records.



Manchester Punk Festival 2017 (UK) Announce First Bands

Manchester Punk Festival returns for its third installment next April and the lineup for the event is already starting to look pretty tasty. The festival has grown from strength to strength since its inception in 2014 and this year’s event looks to continue the trend. Bands announced so far include Paint It Black, The Toasters, Larrakia and Edward in Venice.

Manchester Punk Festival is the product of three of the cities best punk-rock promoters coming together to create a massive urban music festival that sprawls across multiple venues. Anarchistic Undertones, Moving North and TNS Records work tirelessly to make the event special and as such Manchester Punk Festival should be on every British and European punk-rockers to-do list for 2017.

If you’re planning on kicking next year’s festival season off in style, then check out the festival website for tickets and follow the event on social media for all the latest news.



Expire stream new song “Regret”

Midwestern hardcore band Expire are streaming their brand new song ”Regret,” taken from their upcoming final album With Regret, and you can check it out below.

Expire announced earlier that they will split up in the spring of next year when they finish touring in support of With Regret, which is due for release on September 23rd via Bridge Nine Records.



Expire stream new song “Fighting the Slip”

Midwestern hardcore band Expire are streaming their brand new song “Fighting the Slip”, taken from their upcoming final album With Regret, and you can check it out below.

Expire announced earlier this week that they will split up in the spring of next year when they finish touring in support of With Regret, which is due for release on September 23rd via Bridge Nine Records.



Expire announce plans to split up, dates for farewell tour

Even though their new album With Regret doesn’t come out until next month, Midwestern hardcore band Expire have announced that they are going to split up in the spring of next year after they finish touring in support of the aforementioned album.

You can read the band’s statement regarding the breakup below as well as the dates for their farewell tour, which begins next month.

With Regret is due for release on September 23rd via Bridge Nine Records.



Bent Life to stream “Never Asked For Heaven” in its entirety

Lincoln, Nebraska hardcore act Bent Life is gearing up to release their new album “Never Asked For Heaven” on August 5th via Bridge Nine Records. As a treat to fans and first time listeners alike, the band will be streaming the entire album prior to the scheduled release.

You can hear “Never Asked for Heaven” in its entirety at ScenePointBlank now.



Music Video: Silver Snakes – “La Dominadora”

Los Angeles post-hardcore band Silver Snakes have premiered a music video for their song “La Dominadora”, and you can check it out below.

“La Dominadora” is taken from Silver Snakes’ latest album Saboteur, which was released last February via Evil Ink Records (U.S.) and Pelagic Records (Europe).



Expire announce new album “With Regret”

Midwestern hardcore band Expire have announced they will release their new album With Regret on September 23rd via Bridge Nine Records. The album’s track listing is below, and the artwork can be seen on the left.

Before and after the release of With Regret, Expire will be touring the US with Stick to Your GunsStray from the Path and Knocked Loose. The dates and locations can be found here.



War On Women embark on European tour

Baltimore’s War On Women are going out to Europe for a headlining tour on the heels of supporting FLAG across the US. Check out the dates and locations below.

War On Women last released their self-titled album in February of 2015.



Lemuria and Looming team up for August tour dates

Lemuria and Looming are teaming up for a handful of tour dates in the middle of next month. Check out the full week-long tour rundown below, plus a few earlier Looming-only dates for good measure.

Lemuria released their third studio album, The Distance Is So Big, all the way back in June 18, 2013 through Bridge Nine Records.



Bent Life streams new track “Thanks For Nothing”

Nebraska hardcore band Bent Life have just started streaming their brand new track “Thanks For Nothing”, off their upcoming album “Never Asked For Heaven.” The song is a good head-pounder, loaded with harsh and abrasive swagger, and you can check it out here.

“Never Asked For Heaven” is set to be released August 5th via Bridge Nine Records, and will mark the band’s first release since their two-song 7″ called Cheat Death, which was released via Bad Teeth Recordings.



True Love stream new song “Kill for That” off upcoming album ‘Heaven’s Too Good for Us’

Detroit’s straight edge hardcore act True Love have released a stream of a new song titled “Kill for That.” The track will appear on their upcoming album, Heaven’s Too Good For Us, and you can check it out here.

Heaven’s Too Good for Us is slated for release on July 1, 2016 through Bridge Nine Records.