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mewithoutYou and Cursive announce tour dates

Genre defying, Philadelphia-based five-piece mewithoutyou and indie rock group Cursive have announced some co-headlining tour dates to take place in May.

You can check out all the dates and locations, as well as some mewithoutyou dates with Tigers Jaw next month, below.

mewithoutyou last released [Untitled] in October 2018 via Run For Cover Records.



Bad Idols (punk, TN) announce spring tour dates

Knoxville, Tennessee punk act Bad Idols have announced some upcoming tour dates.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

Bad Idols last released a split with As A Friend in September 2018.



Joey Briggs and Divided Heaven announce Pacific Northwest Tour

The Briggs frontman Joey Briggs and Los Angeles based folk-punks Divided Heaven have announced some upcoming pacific northwest tour dates.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

Joey Briggs last solo release was the single “Better Off Dead” in 2013.  Divided Heaven last released the single “Generator” in November 2018.



Beach Slang Stream Video for “I Hate Alternative Rock”, Announce UK/EU Tour Dates With Jawbreaker

Philadelphia’s Beach Slang are streaming a music video for a single from their forthcoming EP. The recently released cover of Bob Mould’s “I Hate Alternative Rock” is the track chosen for visualisation treatment. It will feature on MPLS, which is due to come out on March 15 via Quiet Panic.

Whilst you wait for the full EP, why not check out the video for “I Hate Alternative Rock” below.

The previous release from Beach Slang was the 2018 effort, Everything Matters But No One Is Listening [Quiet Slang].

In addition to the new music video, Beach Slang will also be hitting the road with Jawbreaker for a short run of dates around the UK and Europe. You can find details of the shows below too.



Iron Reagan (Hardcore/Punk) announce North American headline tour dates with Sacred Reich

Virginia’s Iron Reagan have announced North American headline tour dates with Sacred Reich, starting May 9 in Asbury Park, NJ and ending May 19 in Brooklyn NY. The tour follows the release of their 2018 EP “Dark Days Ahead”.

Check out the full list of dates below.



Ducking Punches announce UK acoustic tour with Harker and George Gadd

Norwich, UK based folk-punks Ducking Punches have announced some UK acoustic tour dates with Harker and George Gadd.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

Ducking Punches is getting set to release their new album, Alamort, on February 16th via Xtra Mile.



Mike Llerena & The Nerve (punk, Gainesville) release music video for “Crossfire”

Gainesville Punk Rock N’ Roll act Mike Llerena & The Nerve have released a music video for their song “Crossfire.”

You can check it out below, along with some of the bands’ upcoming tour dates.

“Crossfire” comes from the bands’ last album, Old Haunts & New Horizons, which was released on June 15th, 2018.



Calling All Captains (pop punk, Edmonton) release music video for “Chasing Ghosts”

Edmonton pop punk act Calling All Captains have released a music video for their song “Chasing Ghosts,” which comes from their upcoming EP, Nothing Grows Here, that is set to be released on February 8th via Equal Vision Records.

You can check out the video below, along with the bands’ upcoming tour dates.

Calling All Captains last released Nerve in February 2017.



Pity Party announce 2019 tour

Oakland based emo-punks Pity Party have announced a full set of tour dates, the aptly named “Tour Till We Die Chapter 1” will begin February 16th in San Diego and will end March 19th in San Luis Obispo. Mostly contained to the American South, the tour will make a few stops across the border in Mexico.

Check out a full list of dates below.

Pity Party released Are You Happy Yet? last summer. If they happen to make a stop near you, do yourself a favor and check them out, you will not be disappointed.



Sublime With Rome detail Summer tour

Sublime With Rome will hit the road (with support from Soja) starting June 2nd in Cedar Rapids, IA and ending on August 4th in Dallas, TX. They will be touring in support of their forthcoming full-length album, Blessings, which will include recent single “Spiderweb“.

A full list of tour dates is below. Ticket information is up on the band’s website.



New Found Glory announce details of ‘From The Screen To Your Stereo 3’

New Found Glory have announced the release date and track listing of ‘From The Screen To Your Stereo 3’. Due out May 3, 2019 via Hopeless Records, the album is the third installment of their movie cover records. They have also announced The From The Screen To Your Stereo To Your Town Tour!! They will be joined by Real Friends, The Early November and Doll Skin

Both the previous movie soundtrack covers by the band were a fun listen (especially the first one!). It will be interesting to see what they do with the familiar songs. Bassist Ian Grushka recently said on the ‘This Was The Scene‘ podcast that we can expect some guest vocals as well.

The track listing and tour dates can be found below.



The Affect Heuristic and Wolfrik Announce Spring European Tour Dates

Megabus-frequenting technical hardcore act, The Affect Heuristic, and Canadian thrashers Wolfrik have announced a European tour. The two bands will perform 16 shows across a total of six countries in April and May. On the way they’ll be stopping off at Manchester Punk Festival and SBAM in Austria.

You can check out the full list of cities on a larger version of the tour poster below. For now, only some of the specific venues are available at either band’s Facebook page. No doubt these will be updated soon.

The Affect Heuristic’s previous release was the 2018 split with German skate punkers Money Left to Burn titled Vs. Wolfrik’s was the E.P. Skeleton City, which came out the previous year.



Bad Luck (pop-punk) streaming new single “Wish We Still Talked” announce a few shows

Brooklyn pop-punks Bad Luck are streaming their latest single “Wish We Still Talked”. The song is a treat of sorts, to get fans ready for a short run of shows the band has planned for March.

Check out the new song and tour dates below.

This is the first new music from Bad Luck since Noise in Your Head was released back in 2015. If you’re a fan of The Menzingers or Against Me! these guys are pretty similar. 



Tour Preview: Sammy Kay on his western US run with Seth Anderson

It’s been a little while since New Jersey-based gravelly-souled singer/songwriter Sammy Kay hit the road for a tour of any substantial length; 2017’s opening slot on The Creepshow’s run, to be precise. Kay spent the better part of the last year back in Jersey evaluating next steps. It’s an all-too common theme among artists who’ve made their way in the DIY art community to periodically take stock of how long you want to try to keep the train chugging down the track. “I had to figure me out and make sure I was alright, you know?” Kay explains. “I spent the last year figuring out what I wanted to do, whether it was keep playing and keep going, or I started working with a young man with special needs while I’m home…and you never know when’s the right time to “grow up,” per se.”

Growing up, as it turns out, can wait. Kay recently went into the studio with old pal Pete Steinkopf and laid down a new album that’s slated for release later this year (stay tuned for more on that one in the coming months). “We made this record and it’s like “okay…let’s give this one more shot. One more honest fucking try.” So that’s this year, man. We’re gonna go out a lot, play some new songs.

Right about when this story is slated for publication, Kay will be headed to Vancouver to kick off a three week run with the fine Canadian gentleman Seth Anderson (One Week Records) that’ll take them throughout the western part of the US. It’ll be Kay’s first solo acoustic run since before his last album, 2017’s Untitled, hit the streets. “I hope it’s like riding a bike!” Kay laughs. Three weeks is like my happy tour. You don’t get sick of it. You don’t get too homesick, you’re not away for too long. As a sober dude, I’m always preparing. Every show, I just have to. I’m a little nervous. I haven’t been out by myself in two years. OnceUntitled came out, we kinda just went with the band. The two or three years prior to that I was just chugging along by myself, so I think I’m more nervous to be out there without Mitch and Will and Sean or Brandon or Fernando or any of the guys that were playing, you know? But I also get to play whatever the fuck I want now!

The solo nature of these shows gave Kay a chance to dust off some songs from his catalog that haven’t been given a proper live treatment in the past. “The chords are the same,” he explains, “but some of those songs on Untitled…there’s four or five guitars playing on one part. Like, we never played “Better Days,” because it never sounded great with just two guitars. “I Believe” was just me and a guitar so we never played that. I spent the last week trying to figure out if I could play (2015’s) Fourth Street (Singers) front to back by myself, and I think I’m there. I forgot about songs completely. I guess there’s like 40 songs that have been recorded and released, and then there’s another twenty that either never got released or haven’t been released yet. I’ve been sitting in my kitchen every day just teaching myself songs that had just slipped, you know?”

When it came time to team up with a touring companion for the first run of solo shows he’s done in years, Kay feels he couldn’t have done much better than the great Seth Anderson. “I’m really grateful to spend the first run back out with Seth. I don’t know if you’ve met Seth, but he is like the sweetest person you’d ever meet,” Kay explains. “One of the reasons I genuinely love Seth, and I don’t know if he knows this, but Seth is like a husky. Huskies are always smiling, they’re just handsome puppies. Seth is a handsome puppy that’s always smiling!” 

The duo don’t necessarily have a plan for what order they’ll play in, and their meeting up with a bunch of seriously talented musicians along the way, so every night has the potential to become pretty memorable, and Kay’s excitement about what’s in store over the next three weeks is genuine and palpable. “I’m grateful just to play my guitar,” Kay states. “My new thing about touring is, whether you’re going out by yourself or with a band, you might as well hang out with people who’s songs you want to hear. Like we met up with Ricky and the Western Settings guys two years ago at Pouzza and I listen to them all the time. I’m stoked to play with Ricky, and Brian Wahlstrom. Nick from Stay Wild – who are this really great, positive, political hardcore, kind of like nobody has really done great and well since Strike Anywhere – is doing a bunch of California shows. JD Wright came up on my Instagram feed, and man, I don’t know why that dude’s now a household name. Nowhere Bound in Texas are another killer band I’ve never gotten to see. I’m just trying to play with bands that I like and love and the cooler the lineup, the cooler the memory. It’s a little bit of a pain in the butt, but some of those shows, like Chicago with JD and 6’10”…I ain’t forgetting that one for a while! I just saw Bryan McPherson got added to the Phoenix show. We’re playing Kevin Seconds’s venue in Sacramento. Jesse up in Vancouver and Aaron Rev in Seattle, and then we go to Portland and it’s Sean Taylor from Angry Lisas. It just goes. Every day there’s a cool band that I love or somebody from a band that I’ve been wanting to see but have never been able too.”

This run of shows also includes a handful of stops Kay has not played before, which is somewhat rare given the amount of time he’s spent on the road, adding to the “every day is something different” vibe. “I haven’t played Hesperia (editor’s note: I had never even heard of Hesperia prior to this tour announcement). I haven’t played Bakersfield. I don’t think I’ve played El Paso in four or five years. I don’t think I’ve ever played Oklahoma City. I know that every time we try to play Tulsa, it’s been cancelled! Bakersfield is going to be a cool, proper house show…like the grown up style, not the punk rock style. Reno is going to be a fucking blast; last time I played Reno I won $400 off of $40 on blackjack, and then the stupid bar we were sitting at had the stupid touch screens on the bar…lost it all! Lost every dime!”

Kay and Anderson’s tour run kicks off Tuesday in Vancouver and runs through February 24th in Appleton, Wisconsin. Head below for the full rundown, including where you’ll find them alongside a number of special guests.

Kay’s untitled last album was released back in 2017 on Stomp Records. He’s got a new one on deck that is killer, we promise. Anderson’s One Week Records debut came out back in 2016.



The Murgeburgers (Punk, UK) Stream Video for “Shots in My Skull”, Announce Album Details and US Dates

Scottish punks The Murderburgers are allowing fans to stream a video for their latest single. The track is titled “Shots In My Skull” and will feature on the band’s forthcoming album, What a Mess.

What a Mess is The Murderburgers’s follow up to their 2016 effort 12 Habits of Highly Defective People and is due for release in Japan on February 27 and generally on March 15.

Handling the release for around the world will be: Waterslide Records in Japan, Brassneck Records in the UK and Europe, and Asian Man Records in the US. Pre-orders for the full-length are available now.

The Murderburgers will also be opening their 2019 calendar with a run of tour dates around the US and UK. Details of these and the video for “Shots In My Skull” are below. Enjoy!