Have a watch below.
Have a watch below.
Have a watch – and read about the story behind the track – below.
Monday, April 15, 2019 at 9:41 AM (PST) by rick delaney
Danish folk punk songwriter Stöj Snak has released a new video for the track “Apex Predator”. It’s featured on the artist’s forthcoming release, a split with portable punks Speed Dinosaurs titled The Mass Extinction EP. The full record will be out at the end of this week, April 19, via TNS Records and 5FeetUnder Records
The video tells the story of a modern caveman hunting for frozen food. It was created in the band’s typical DIY spirit from royalty-free photos overlaid with simple hand-drawn animations by Stöj Snak frontman Niels Højgaard Sørensen.
You can check out “Apex Predator” below.
Monday, April 15, 2019 at 9:02 AM (PST) by rick delaney
London’s Eat Dirt. have announced a load of news. The band has just signed to Belgium’s Bearded Punk Records and will release their debut full-length album on June 3. To whet fans appetite for the new music, Eat Dirt. has released a music video for the record’s title track – “Death is Death”. You can check it out below.
The previous release from Eat Dirt. was a self-titled EP from 2017.
Monday, April 15, 2019 at 7:27 AM (PST) by Mike Scott
California hardcore act Nails are to release a new single via Nuclear Blast Records. “I Don’t Want To Know You” is available on 7″ and pre-orders are up now. Order it (and check out upcoming tour dates) here.
Have a watch of the video below.
Friday, April 12, 2019 at 12:00 PM (PST) by jaystone
Happy Friday, boys and girls! We’ve got a pretty cool debut to get you fired up for the weekend!
We’re stoked to bring you the new video from California street punks Harrington Saints. It’s for the track “1000 Pounds of Oi!” which also serves as the title track from their brand new full length, which is due out May 10th on Pirates Press. Here’s what the band’s frontman Darrel Wojick had to say about the song, and the video:
“The song has to do with the early days when we first started playing shows, and then bigger shows. Many of the comments we like “they’re like as big as poison idea” or “Poison Idea plays Oi!” Also, we used to joke how the drummer could never see the crowd cause he said there was a wall of fuckers in front of him! That became thousand lbs. of motherfucker, then turned into thousand pounds of Oi!. We wanted to do a video with Forry’s 64 impala SS before he sold it. Thought it’d be fun driving it blasting the song with a Go-Pro. Luckily we all fit in it.“
1000 Pounds of Oi! marks Harrington Saints’ first album since 2015’s Fish & Chips.
Thursday, April 11, 2019 at 11:15 AM (PST) by forrestcook
Wednesday, April 10, 2019 at 3:14 PM (PST) by Chris Doughty
Pop punk legends New Found Glory have shared a third video from their upcoming ‘From The Screen To Your Stereo Part 3’ out May 3 via Hopeless Records. This time Survivor’s ‘Eye Of The Tiger’ gets the New Found Glory makeover. They clearly had a lot of fun making this cover EP and the videos. All three released so far have been a fun listen (although this one is probably the least interesting).
Check out the video for ‘Eye Of The Tiger’ along with the EP track listing below.
Tuesday, April 9, 2019 at 1:00 PM (PST) by The Torchbearer
Brighton dirty pop act All Better have released a new music video for their song, “Let Go,” which comes from their upcoming EP, How It All Worked Out, that will be released on June 14th via Real Ghost Records.
You can check it out below.
All Better last released A Turn At Being Cool in 2018.
California punks OFF! have announced that they are working on a new documentary called Watermelon: A Sci-Fi Punk Rockumentary. The trailer for the upcoming film, shows just how dysfunctional the band has become, and how getting old and touring can take a toll on both the music and the band. The official description of the film reads: “The movie, which began shooting in 2016, continues in Los Angeles five heartbreaking years after OFF! have disbanded. Keith’s hopes of landing the girl of his dreams are crushed when diabetes-induced erectile dysfunction threatens his last chance at romance. An infomercial promising powerful long-lasting erections lures Keith down a strange path to an eccentric doctor running a Brain Development Agency.”
Check out the trailer for the new film here.
OFF! have also announced that a coinciding album will be released with the documentary. The bands last release was Wasted Years back in 2014. With punk rock veterans Jello Biafra, Henry Rollins, Buzz Osborne and Joe Keithly all appearing in the film, at the very least it promises to be entertaining.
Monday, April 8, 2019 at 8:07 AM (PST) by Mike Scott
Watch the video and check the remaining tour dates below.
Monday, April 8, 2019 at 6:12 AM (PST) by Mike Scott
Have a watch below.
Sunday, April 7, 2019 at 3:13 PM (PST) by Chris Ramone
California punk legends Bad Religion performed what appeared to be a special show at The Roxy theater in West Hollywood last Friday, April 5th.
There, the band showcased not only some of their well-known material, as well as stuff from their long-awaited upcoming album Age of Reason, but celebrated the 30th anniversary of their iconic album No Control by playing the album in its entirety.
In case you didn’t go, you can now watch some fan-filmed footage of this special show below.
Age of Unreason will not only be Bad Religion’s first full-length studio album since 2013’s True North, but their first release with Mike Dimkich (replacing Greg Hetson) on guitar and Jamie Miller (replacing Brooks Wackerman) on drums.
Sunday, April 7, 2019 at 10:09 AM (PST) by dropkickeith
New London, Connecticut’s The Hempsteadys have released a video for “Classic Cars” off the critically acclaimed Séance! Séance! This is a slower jam from the ska-punks but it has an infectious groove and delivers on a sense of nostalgia.
Check out the video below.
Thursday, April 4, 2019 at 2:43 PM (PST) by Tom Aylott
Belgian pop punks For I Am have released a music video for “The Armistace”, the first single taken from a forthcoming album (due later this year).
“The Armistace” tackles mental health issues head on. In the band’s own words:
“As intricate human beings, we at times experience difficulties getting the message across we want to get across. Reactions might differ because of underlying reasons we don’t know about or reasons we do not necessarily understand. Mutual respect for one another is of the utmost importance, but sadly it’s also something we discard way too often. Let us at least try to understand each other and open up our hearts & ears to one another. Let us really listen. Let the armistice be now.”
I'm not sure if it's the vocals reminiscent of the original singer from UK punk act Drones, or very early days Davey Havok, but something about the new EP from Milwaukee hardcore act Mud Dog is really grabbing my attention. It might be the gang vocals on title track "Strike Back" or the change ups with secondary singers on a few of the songs. Or all of the above. The point is "Strike Back" is worth a listen for any hardcore punk fans, all the more so since it's up for free download on bandcamp.