Vancouver punk rock act Cambridge have announced that their new album due out this summer on Rebel Time Records will be titled This Is Not A Victory and you can check out the track listing here. This is good news for those who like aggressive/melodic political street punk (that was a lot of adjectives). At the risk of sounding like a broken record, their song Problems This City’s Got is an f’ing great tune and if it’s any indication of what is to come on the new album then I’m stoked. Give it a listen on their MySpace page.
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Saturday, May 1, 2010 at 2:17 PM (PST) by Johnny X
Sunday, April 25, 2010 at 2:49 PM (PST) by Johnny X
Rebel Time Records announced that they will be releasing new full-length albums from street punk acts Cambridge and Broadcast Zero this coming June/July. No word yet on album titles or official release dates but we’ll keep you posted.
Cambridge will be releasing their Rebel Time Records debut while Broadcast Zero released their last full-length Yesterday, You Could Change The World on the label in 2008.
The Brat Attack is currently working on a new album.
Sunday, March 28, 2010 at 9:33 AM (PST) by Johnny X
We’re going to start this Sunday off with a new music video for a classic political punk anthem from The Brat Attack. The Police State Causes Urban Genocide is off the band’s last album Those Who Sow Sorrow Will Reap Rage which was released on Rebel Time Records in March of 2009.
The Brat Attack is currently working on a new album.
Sunday, March 7, 2010 at 12:29 PM (PST) by Johnny X
So this video is a little old but I’m guessing 99% of you haven’t seen it and there’s really nothing else going on… It’s from Vancouver punk act Cambridge who recently signed to Rebel Time Records. The song is called Problems And Solutions and it appears on the band’s 2008 album A Growing Chorus Against… Check out the video here.
Friday, March 5, 2010 at 10:24 AM (PST) by milhouse
According to their official website, Canadian punk label Rebel Time Records has just signed Cambridge. Cambridge is a punk band that hails from Vancouver, Canada and has previously released A Growing Chorus Against in 2008. Rebel Time Records had this to say about the new addition to their family,
We’ve been working with Cambridge for a few years now and we are pleased to let you know that their next album, which is being recorded at the moment, will be coming out on Rebel Time Records. We think Cambridge writes great music, both lyrically and musically, and you can trust us when we say, they are great people as well!
If you didn’t catch their new song about the 2010 Olympics a few months ago, you can head over to their website and get a taste of the new album to come.
Their last album “A Growing Chorus Against” is still available from us, just send us an email for a copy or get in touch with the band and buy it direct.
More details to come as the recording is finished. Look forward to seeing Cambridge on tour this summer & fall.
Just released today from The Class War Kids: a 4-song cover EP featuring Joe Strummer (The Clash) & The Mescaleros’ Coma Girl, Randy’s Freedom Song, The Weakerthans’ Confession Of A Futon Revolutionist, and Chubby Checkers’ The Hucklebuck. The EP is entitled Twinkles (sic) Last Stand.
The album is available for download now for US$name-your-price (aka anywhere from US$3.00 to US$∞.00) at the band’s bandcamp page. Any contribution that the band receives for the album will be donated to The Batay Ouvriye Haiti Solidarity Network. Definitely give it a listen and support their cause!
After recording fourteen tracks for their upcoming album, Broadcast Zero decided to give their fans a taste of what they’ve been cooking. The newly released demo Battle On can be heard on the band’s official website.
Though the album name is unknown, the band did promise to have the album released in time for their North American tour in June 2010.
Saturday, January 9, 2010 at 10:19 AM (PST) by xanmandellmusic
Broadcast Zero has announced that they will be releasing a brand new full-length album this summer (if not spring) and come February they will be hitting the road with The Brat Attack for some Canadian shows. Check out their Dying Scene Shows page fore dates and locations, eh.
Broadcast Zero released their last full-length Yesterday, You Could Change The World in 2008 on Rebel Time Records.
Sunday, December 13, 2009 at 8:07 AM (PST) by sarah
Rebel Time Records seem stoked on The Brat Attack and posted the video for Merchants of Beauty from their album Those Who Sow Sorrow Shall Reap Rage released in March 2009. Will you be as impressed as they were? Have a look and let us know.
Wednesday, December 9, 2009 at 4:00 PM (PST) by Livinthedream247
Lots of good news coming out of The Brat Attack‘s camp this month. The band just announced that they will be hitting the road in mid February.
This bit of news comes just a week after the announcement of a new B sides album entitled B All You Can B that will be released digitally on Rebel Time Records in the upcoming weeks.
For list of confirmed dates a click here or keep checking back to the bands Dying Scene Shows page for updated information.
Thursday, December 3, 2009 at 9:11 AM (PST) by Johnny X
Cut The Reins (Ireland) and Expendable Youth (Chicago) have teamed up with Rebel Time Records, Injustice of Humanity (L.A.) and Distro-Y (Ireland), to release a split 7 inch. To paraphrase what Rebel Time had to say about the bands and their contributions to the release:
Cut The Reins are a “crust tinged” hardcore band, out of Galway, Ireland, who draw influences from Ashes Rise to Kid Dynamite, all held together with a punk undertone. You can visit their MySpace page to hear both tracks on the 7″.
Expendable Youth are a radical left political band from Chicago / N.W. Indiana who consider themselves a mix of crust, anarcho punk, screamo, metal & hardcore and could only fit one tune on their side of the 7 inch (because it is epic and super long!). Listen to the track here.
The 7 inch is expected to be released within 6 weeks.
Wednesday, December 2, 2009 at 6:53 PM (PST) by Johnny X
The Brat Attack are releasing a digital only b-sides album in the coming weeks on Rebel Time Records. It contains 26 tracks, including their very first release One Revolution Per Minute, as well as demos from their entire history as a band (as well as 4 live recordings). Fans of political skate pop punk will surely be pleased, but The Brat Attack have been around for ever, and the release spans into periods of the band that became much more aggressive than their first recordings, so expect some of the usual hardcore leanings of the band to come out on this release as well.
You can listen to one of the tracks from the release (Your Comfort Is Killing Me) on Rebel Time’s MySpace page.
Tuesday, September 1, 2009 at 8:32 PM (PST) by Johnny X
Good things are coming from Canadian punk bands. Buried deep in a blog post on Broadcast Zero’s official website the band let us know that they’re currently working on a new album. Apparently they’re racing The Rebel Spell who are also working on a new album, to see who will get theirs out first. Whoever wins, we can expect to see a new album from both bands early next year.
Broadcast Zero released their last full-length “Yesterday, You Could Change The World” last year on Rebel Time Records. The Rebel Spell released the EP “Four Songs About Freedom” on Clandestine Collective in 2007.
Friday, July 3, 2009 at 10:32 PM (PST) by Johnny X
The Class War Kids have premiered the music video for “One Last Struggle” which appears on their new album “Reflection! Rage! Rebellion!” due to hit stores on Tuesday, July 7th. If you like politically charged street punk we highly recommend you check these guys out – based on the strength of the tracks we’ve heard so far, this album has serious potential. Check out the video here.
The album will be released on Rebel Time Records and is a follow up to “A Strong People Need No Leader”.