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Live Video: Local Resident Failure play new song “Around The World”

During their recent appearance at Belgium’s Brakrock Ecofest, Newcastle punks Local Resident Failure played a new song titled “Around The World.” Check out a video of the performance below.

As mentioned in the video, “Around The World” will be the first song on the band’s upcoming album. Their latest full-length A Breath Of Stale Air was released back in 2012 through Pee Records.



Local Resident Failure announce European summer tour

New Castle punk rockers Local Resident Failure have announced an extensive run of European tour dates they’ll be playing this summer. Details on when and where you’ll be able to catch the band can be found below.

Local Resident Failure’s last full-length entitled A Breath Of Stale Air was released back in 2012 through Pee Records. They began working on a new album to serve as a follow-up in early June after raising a bit of money to cover the recording costs via IndieGoGo.



Free Comp Download: “Go Ahead, Make My Day, Punk!” (The Decline, Burning Heads & more)

Some punk fanzine (I think it’s French…) released a free comp featuring songs from The Decline, Burning Heads, The Traders, and a bunch of other good bands. Give it a listen and snag your free digital copy below if you’re looking for some new bands to check out.



Local Resident Failure begin recording new album, post studio update

New Castle punk rockers Local Resident Failure are currently working on a new album which was crowd-funded through an Indiegogo campaign. The band recently post a studio update on their Facebook saying the following:

“So an update on the new album is a bit overdue but here’s the story. Firstly a huuuuge thanks to everyone who pledged for the album campaign, we didn’t quite reach the goal of $10k but managed to get $6590 which is a ridiculous help and will still go a long way to getting it finished!

We have been recording pretty heavily over the last month or so and the 15 new tracks are coming together pretty alright. Unlike the last album this one isn’t going to take 2 years to finish, so it’s looking like a release will be happening sometime in the not so distant future. On top of this we will be touring Europe for most of August and planning a bit of an Aus tour for the album after that, more details over the next couple of weeks!”

We’ll be sure to keep you posted as more details about the new album becomes available. Local Resident Failure’s last full-length entitled A Breath Of Stale Air was released back in 2012 through Pee Records.



The Decline streaming upcoming EP “Can I Borrow A Feeling?,” announce Australian tour

Australian skate punk outfit The Decline are streaming their upcoming EP, “Can I Borrow A Feeling?” in its entirety. You can listen to it here.

“Can I Borrow A Feeling?” is due out April 18th through Pee Records. They will be touring Australia in support of the release next month.

The band most recently re-released their album “I’m Not Gonna Lie To You” through Bells on Records this past October.



The Decline streaming new song off upcoming EP “Can I Borrow A Feeling?”


Australian punk outfit The Decline recently launched a crowd-funding project for their upcoming EP, “Can I Borrow A Feeling?”.

Well it seems that their endeavors have been successful, as today we are pleased to deliver a new track from the EP, entitled “Treasure Island Was A Sausage Fest”.

“Can I Borrow A Feeling?” is due out April 18th through Pee Records, but you can give the new track a little listen below.

The band most recently re-released their album “I’m Not Gonna Lie To You” through Bells on Records this past October.



Local Resident Failure launches Indiegogo campaign for upcoming album

Aussies punk outfit Local Resident Failure have started an Indiegogo campaign to fund their next record, which will be the follow up to their 2012 “A breath of stale air” album released on Pee Records.

Here’s what the band had to say about it:

“So here’s the thing. We are working on a new album that will be out mid year. It’s all written and just needs to be recorded. We are a poor punk band with no money.
If you wanna help us out then there are heaps of perks that you can get in on including a party, Feffy recording you a jingle and Smitty recording and dedicating some drum medleys of your choice.
Our friends in The Decline recently raised some cash to help get their EP out and managed to reach their goal early which gave us this idea. It’s pretty much the only option for a new album to be out anytime soon. Check it out! ”

You can stop by the Indiegogo campaign here:



Jet Market to release greatest hits anthology

Italian Skate Punk band, Jet Market recently announced plans to release a greatest hits anthology at the end of April to coincide with the band’s last shows ever:

Hey everybody!

We’re recording a JM anthology that will be released at the end of april concurrently with our last shows. It’ll be a “greatest hits” embracing our whole discography, from Everyday Casualties to Sparks Against Darkness. It’ll probably count up to 18 songs -including a brand new one- and each of them will be rerecorded by all the original members from all the different lineups we had. More updates coming soon! Keep it fast

-Alex

Jet Market’s final album “A Spark in the Darkness” came out October 2011 on Disconnect Disconnect Records. The band announced their break-up in August of 2013.



The Decline raising money for upcoming EP “Can I Borrow A Feeling?”

Australian punk outfit The Decline have launched a crowdfunding project for their new EP, entitled “Can I Borrow A Feeling?” Click here to check out their plans and pre-order packages.

The band most recently re-released their album “I’m Not Gonna Lie To You” via Bells on Records on October 16th, 2013.



The Decline to re-release “I’m Not Gonna Lie To You”

Australian punk group, The Decline have announced that they will be re-releasing their album “I’m Not Gonna Lie To You” on Bells On Records.

The record will contain three bonus tracks. You can check out the track listing here.

“I’m Not Gonna Lie To You” is due out October 16th.



Video: Dead Market (melodic punk) release “In Loving Memory of Something Unnecessary”

Dead Market, formerly known as Italian skate punk act Jet Market have released a new video for the song “In Loving Memory of Something Unnecessary” from their latest album “For What It’s Worth”.

“For What It’s Worth” was released for free download last month and is the bands first album under the new moniker.

You can check out the video below.

 

 



One Vital Word release music video for “On The Edge”

Australian punk act One Vital Word have posted the music video for their song “On The Edge.”

You can watch it here.

Their album “Picture Perfect” released on April 12, 2013 on Pee Records.



Dan Cribb (The Decline) announces tour dates with Ben David

Dan Cribb, frontman for Australian punk group, The Decline, has announced a mini-tour with fellow Aussie, Ben David.

Cribb will be playing his first tour with a full band, including Harry (The Decline) on drums, Ben David on guitar, and Kye ‘K-Pax’ O’Sullivan (Local Resident Failure) on bass.

Check out the tour dates here.

Cribb’s debut solo EP, The Memories Last, was released last month on Pee Records. You can stream the entire EP here, and check out a video for his song, It Never Ends, here.



Dan Cribb (The Decline) streams solo EP “The Memories Last”

Dan Cribb, longtime singer of Perth based band The Decline, is streaming his entire debut solo EP “The Memories Last” right here.

The album was released today (the 19th of July) through Pee Records.



The Decline release music video for “Showertime In the Slammer”

Perth punks The Decline have released a music video for their song “Showertime In the Slammer.”

Click here to check it out.

The song appeared on “Are You Gonna Eat That?,” which was released in September, 2012 via Pee Records.