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Violent Affair guitarist falls out of 10 story building

Well this sucks! While on his honeymoon Violent Affair guitarist Jesse Martin fell out of a 10 story building and was taken to the ICU. His new wife Destiny has created a GoFundMe page to help cover the costs of hospital bills and lawyer fees. Here’s what they had to say:

Jesse and Destiny Martin were married on May 25th, 2012, in Las Vegas, Nevada. The honeymoon was like a dream for a couple days,  until Jesse had a horrific accident, falling 10 stories through a vent shaft inside the hotel stairwell. He laid there unconscious for hours until he finally woke up and kicked his way out of the shaft and miraculously walked back to his hotel room, where his new wife had been waiting for him all night, terrified that something terrible had happened.

The dream quickly turned into a nightmare when he was taken to a hospital by ambulance. The doctors discovered that he had fractured both eye sockets, had fractures at the base of his skull and nose, and had a deep laceration on his nose, all the way to the cartilage, which was visible before he received stitches. For the first 24 hours, he was leaking spinal fluid, but fortunately suffered no brain injuries.

It looks like Jesse will be unable to tour for quite some time. so if you’d like to donate to help the family pay for hospital and lawyer fees, check the whole page out here. Best wishes to Jesse and the entire Martin family!

Full tour dates for Pinkerton Thugs/The Scarred posted

The Pinkerton Thugs have announced full tour dates for this summer. They will be touring with labelmates The Scarred, and select dates with Violent Affair.  Check out the full routing schedule here.

The Pinkerton Thugs recently came out of a lengthy hiatus, and their new label, Jailhouse Records, is getting their back catalog back in print, in addition to brand new material in the form of a split with longtime friends Ducky Boys.

The band is planning to release their first new full length of new material in over 10 years this fall.

Violent Affair recently released “Call To Arms”. The first new release on Jailhouse Records. The Scarred will continue to support their November release “Live Fast Die Poor” and plan to release a new 7″ this summer as well.

Violent Affair stream title track off upcoming 7-inch “A Call To Arms”

On April 24th Oklahoma City punk outfit Violent Affair will be releasing their long awaited (and admittedly oft-delayed) 7″ record courtesy of Jailhouse Records. The record will feature two brand new tracks, “No Way Out” and the title track “A Call To Arms” which you can stream here.

The band is currently back in the studio again working on material for new upcoming releases and will be touring this summer in support of them with label mates The Scarred and The Pinkerton Thugs (ex-Unseen).

For tour dates, check the bands facebook page.

Jailhouse Records adds two new bands to family

Virginia independent punk label Jailhouse Records has just announced that they have added two new talented music acts to their roster. The addition comes in the form of Tulsa, OK’s Violent Affair, and Tenebrae, a new band fronted by Mark Unseen.

Tenebrae features members of The Unseen, For The Worse, and Warzone, and will debut at a Rancid show in Massachusetts in May. The band has plans for a 5 song, 10″ EP and CDEP in May.

Violent Affair has just released their debut full-length, “Stand Trial”, and have plans to release a 7″ April 10th. You can check out their tour schedule here. Listen to some of their music here.

Tenebrae (ex-Unseen, Warzone, For The Worse) premiere 2 new songs from upcoming EP

Tenebrae is a new band featuring Unseen vocalist Mark Civitarese along with ex members of Warzone and For The Worse.  The band plays a mix of punk, hardcore and black metal and they are currently at work on an EP that will eventually be released on Jailhouse Records.

Not much else is knows at this point but you can hear two of the band’s songs (“No Voice” and “Blood Runs Red”) right here.

Teenage Rehab post 8-track demo version of “Unemployment Line” from upcoming release

Kentucky punks Teenage Rehab have been hard at work writing and demoing their forthcoming full-length release. to give you a taste of what’s to come, they’ve posted an eight-track demo version of the song “Unemployment Line,” which was recorded in guitarist Danny Rehab’s bedroom.

Teenage Rehab are due to enter Loud & Clear Studios later this month to start recording what will become their fourth album. Click here to check out the new track.

Teenage Rehab’s last release was 2009’s “Let’s Be Enemies.”

Music Video: The Scarred – “Spirit Of 97″ off latest album “Live Fast Die Poor”

Anaheim punk rockers The Scarred have released a new video for the track “Spirit Of 97″ off their most recent release on Jailhouse Records, “Live Fast Die Poor.”  Check it out here.

The band continue to support their Oct 11th release and they are currently finishing up booking for a 6 week national tour. Tour dates will be posted as soon as they are finalized.

Teenage Rehab enter studio to record their 4th full length

Kentucky punks Teenage Rehab have announced via twitter that they’ll be recording their 4th studio album at Loud & Clear Studios. The band is aiming for an April 2012 release.

Teenage Rehab released “Let’s Be Enemies” in 2009.

The Pinkerton Thugs sign to Jailhouse Records, recording new album

Old school Maine punks The Pinkerton Thugs have just signed to Jailhouse Records where the band plans to re-release some of their older albums before putting out a brand new full length in June of 2012.

Prior to that, the band will be heading into the studio next month to record their first new material since 2000’s “End Of An Era,” which will be released in the form of a split 7-inch with an undisclosed band in early 2012.

The Scarred announce new album, “Live Fast Die Poor”

Rocknroll outsiders The Scarred are at it again! Hard on the heels of their upcoming split 7″ with legendary Portland, Oregon band Defiance, they have released the cover artwork and title of their upcoming full length for Late Summer 2011. The new album is called “Live Fast Die Poor” and is expected to be available for pre-order through Jailhouse Records in the very near future. Two rare colored vinyl versions – one with a rare insert – are expected to be released, as well as a CD format with two additional tracks.

We’ll have more details on “Live Fast Die Poor” as they come. This will be The Scarred’s first full length album since 2009’s “At Half Mast.”

Defiance/The Scarred reveal split 7″ artwork, release date, and more

It’s been announced to us at DS that the split 7″ between Portland OR’s Defiance and Anaheim CA’s The Scarred will be pressed on limited colored vinyl, and preorders will be available beginning on Monday, May 2nd via Jailhouse Records. The album is set for a July 12th release date. The split features two original, previously unreleased tracks from both bands.

Click here to see the artwork for both sides, as well as a flyer with all the information you could ever ask for.

The Scarred announce 7″ split with Defiance

Anaheim’s veteran rockers The Scarred have announced an upcoming split with Portland’s long-running punk band Defiance. The split will be released on 7″ vinyl through Jailhouse Records, and can be expected later this summer.

The Scarred last released a cover of David Bowie’s “It Ain’t Easy.” You can check out the video here.