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Protagonist (melodic) streaming new single “Generation Lost”

Florida melodic-punks Protagonist are streaming their new single “Generation Lost”. The new single is being released through Paper and Plastick, the song features a stirring piano intro and then slaps you in the face with a smooth, yet heavy, melodic masterpiece.

Check it out for yourself below.

Protagonist last released Jean Jackets back in 2015. No word yet on whether this might lead to a new album, but one can only hope.



Filthy Hearts (punk) streaming new album “Beyond Repair”

Denver punks Filthy Hearts have unleashed a beast of a new album on the punk community, Beyond Repair features fourteen raw and emotional tracks and is being released through Hidden Home Records. From the thoughtful and brilliantly written “Ambulatory” to the heart-wrenching instant classic “Desire”, this is an album headed straight for the yearly top 10.

So do yourself a favor and check it out below.

This is the first new music from Filthy Hearts since 2016’s I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead. If you’re a fan of Against Me! or Avail these guys kind of combine the best of both those giants. 



Cleopatra Records streaming Punk Rock Halloween 2 compilation

Cleopatra Records is streaming their latest installment in the Punk Rock Halloween compilation department Punk Rock Halloween 2. Featuring the likes of The Vandals, Pulley, Down By Law, Tsunami Bomb, and a whole host of other amazing bands covering some of your favorite Halloween classics.

Check it out below.

Cleopatra Records released Punk Rock Halloween back in 2017. Featuring an all-star cast of bands this is a must listen.



18th & Addison (pop-punk) streaming new EP Old Blues/Modern Love

New Jersey pop-punks 18th & Addison are streaming their new EP Old Blues/Modern Love. Released through Wiretap Records, the new four song EP features a very mellow, ear-pleasing sound. I particularly enjoyed the track “When I’m Alone”, it reminded me a bit of Saves the Day back when Through Being Cool came out.

Check out the new song below.

This is the first new music since 18th & Addison released Vultures back in 2018. If you’re a fan of Saves the Day or Relient K, you will enjoy these guys.



Check out the title track from the upcoming Green Day album “Father Of All…”

When I first started streaming the new Green Day single “Father Of All…” off their upcoming album of the same name I thought I had clicked on the wrong video link. The track felt more like something you’d find on an Awolnation album than on an album of one of pop punk’s most celebrated artists. But then I remembered how long ago “Dookie” was released and reminded myself that artists need to evolve to survive, and that the Green Day of today is not the one of yesteryear. So if you’re a “Dookie” Green Day fan like me, you might not especially like this new tune, but you might find it interesting to see where the band has evolved to. Check it out below.

“Father Of All…” is due out February 7th via Warner/Reprise Records.



Bad Religion discuss new album “Age Of Unreason” in mini documentary

Check out the new ‘Age of Unreason’ mini doc, where Bad Religion discusses the new record ‘Age of Unreason’ and what it’s like to still be proud of the music you’re putting out after 40 years. Check it out along with the band’s current tour dates below.

“Age Of Reason” was released in May via longtime home Epitaph Records.



Bayside announce new album “Interrobag”, stream new single for title track

New York pop-punk veterans Bayside have just announced the release of their new full-length album “Interrobang.” Slated for release via Hopeless Records, fans can expect it to hit digital shelves on October 4th. Until then get a taste for what’s to come by streaming the title track below.

“Interrobang” is the band’s first release since last year’s acoustic album cleverly titled “Acoustic Volume 2.”



Save Face (pop-punk, NJ) release cover of My Chemical Romance’s “Teenagers”

It’s been twelve years since My Chemical Romance first premiered their single “Teenagers” at the height of the emo/pop-punk intersection, but now Jersey boys Save Face have brought it out of retirement. There’s a lot of the same elements to be found here, though the Save Face version is a little tighter and cleaner than the MCR original, especially when it comes to vocalist Tyler Povanda’s performance. The cover is off of Save Face’s new split with Graduating Life out now. You can check out their take on “Teenagers” below.



Like Giants (UK, pop-punk) detail debut EP

UK pop-punk four piece Like Giants are to release their debut EP on September 27th. The four song offering will be self-released and include recent single “Cut and Run”.

Ahead of the release, have a watch of the video for “Cut and Run” below.



Mobina Galore (Punk, Canada) Stream New Album “Don’t Worry”

Winnipeg-based punk duo Mobina Galore have just released their latest album. The effort is titled Don’t Worry and you can listen to it below. Of course, if you like it, buy it to support great underground music.

The previous release from Mobina Galore was the single from February this year, “Zoë (It Ripped Me Apart)”.



Free Sergio (Skate Punk, Israel) Stream Debut Album “Arrows”

Israeli melodic punks Free Sergio are allowing fans to stream their entire debut album. The effort is titled Arrows and you can check it out below.

You’ll also find some autumn European tour dates for the band below too.



Forsaken Profits (Trash Punk, GA) Stream New Album “Destroy The Evidence”

Atlanta-based thrash punks Forsaken Profits are allowing fans to stream their entire new album, “Destroy The Evidence”. The effort features 16 raging tracks and you can check it out in full below. You’ll also find a few tour dates listed too. The band are heading out on their fifth road trip of 2019 next month.

The previous release from Forsaken Profits was the 2018 EP, Forsaken Pleasures.



Tio Rico (Punk, UK) Stream “Don’t Tell Me To Smile” From Forthcoming Album, “Shit Show Pony”

Manchester-based punks Tio Rico have a new album in the works and to get you lot in the mood for it, they’ve been good enough to stream a track from it ahead of its release. The album itself is called Shit Show Pony. It’s due out on November 22 via Horn & Hoof Records.

If you can’t wait that long for some new Tio Rico in your life, check below. You’ll find the teaser track from the new record, “Don’t Tell Me To Smile”. Enjoy!



The Lungs Release Video for New Track “Vizitant”

Central Valley based punk trio, The Lungs are back with a new track and they made a video for it! Comprised of nearly 3,000 individual photos beautifully shot from the back of a ’98 Ford Explorer and stitched together, this is quite possibly the greatest (non-porn) video to ever come outta The SFV! Check it out.. even though you can’t fap to it… well, we guess you could but it would be weird. We don’t care either way, just watch it below.



Omnigone (ex-Link 80) release debut album “No Faith”

Omnigone, the brand new East Bay ska-punk outfit started by Adam Davis of Link 80 and featuring members of We Are The Union, Rx Bandits, Ogikubo Station, and Skatune Network, just dropped their long-anticipated debut album No Faith via Bad Time Records. The thirteen-track release is an evolutionary chart of all of the best parts of ska music we’ve seen grow and change over the past four decades that really showcases Davis’ skill as a musician and songwriter as well as his unflinching love for the genre. No Faith is written from the perspective of someone who has been making and playing punk music for more than twenty years, so there are a lot of complicated emotions tied up in these songs, but at the end of the day Omnigone’s central themes are rooted in positivity and gratitude. Is it the ska record we deserve in 2019? Maybe not, but it’s the one we need right now.

No Faith is out now on all streaming platforms but you can still stream the full album over at Pure Grain Audio if that’s more your speed, or snag a vinyl variant through Bad Time Records.