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The Waiting Game (Indie Punk, Belgium) Stream Single “Underneath the Surface”

Belgium’s The Waiting Game are streaming the title track single off their soon-to-be-release EP – also titled Underneath The Surface

Lead vocalist Tijs had the following to say about the band’s latest single:

“The song is about making choices in life and about being the best and most honest version of yourself. We’ve all made mistakes while growing up (and we still do), but it’s better to make mistakes and learn from them than to lie to yourself and to the world for most of your life. Underneath The Surface for us really means being yourself and living the life you really want to, no matter how tough that can be.”

According to the band’s label, Bearded Punk Records, the full EP will be released on March 22. However, if you can’t wait that long, you can check out a video for the first single from Underneath The Surface below.



Cold Wrecks (Pop Punk, NY) Stream Latest Single “January First”

New York-based pop punk four-piece Cold Wrecks have just released a new single titled “January First”. The track is the first new music from the band since their October 2018 single, “Crossing Sign.”

You can stream “January First” below.



Excuse Me Mister (Acoustic, Canada) Stream Cover of Millencolin Classic, “No Cigar”

Québec City acoustic duo Excuse Me Mister have covered one of the absolute staples of melodic punk rock. Their take on Millencolin’s “No Cigar” off the classic turn-of-the-century album Pennybridge Pioneers features just guitar, piano, and vocals, and is an emotion-stirring rendition of a track that is partly responsible for turning an entire generation onto punk rock.
Check out this beautifully re-imagined version of “No Cigar” over at Excuse Me Mister’s Facebook page now.

 

 



The Overjoyed (Punk, Greece) Stream Video for “Defanged” From New Album “Aced Out”

Athens’s The Overjoyed are allowing fans to stream their latest visual offering, created for a track titled “Defanged”. The tune comes from the band’s new album Aced Out, which is also available to stream below.

To mark the release of Aced Out, The Overjoyed will perform this evening in their home town with The Burnt Tapes, Hoi Poi, and the absolute shred machine that is Qualia and the Five Ancestors of the Great Maryland Kingdom. The gig is happening at the An Club in Athens from 9 pm tonight.

The Overjoyed released their previous full-length record, Boomdoggle, in 2016.



From Parts Unknown (ffo: Tiger Army, Voodoo Glow Skulls) release “Ashtrays” single

Suit and tie wearing rock and rollers, From Parts Unknown have just released a new single called Ashtrays on Dang! Records. The first track features a horn section which is a collaboration of several other North TX artists. Ashtrays is available for streaming on the band’s Spotify Page, but just for funsies we have a bonus video for their song Rad Pitt streaming below. Enjoy!



Dead Words (Pop punk) stream new EP “The Geek Shall Inherit”

Dead Words (Fort Worth, Texas) is a well-toured pop-punk band that has been “hitting every pool party, basement venue, and house show since the summer of 2011.” They’ve just released a follow up to their The Last Christmas/Merry Xmas EP, titled The Geek Shall Inherit, which promises just what it brings… five-slices of cheesy pop punk pizza pie to be screamed at the top of their lungs by every nerd and nerdette in the neighborhood. Check Dead Words out on Spotify, or stream that EP below



Mortars (country/pop punk) stream “Armistice Day” EP

Tennessee-based, country-fused pop punkers, Mortars released their new EP ‘Armistice Day’ yesterday (December 28) and you can stream it below.

Earlier this year they released a full length ‘A Great Broken World’.



Pacific Ridge Records streams upcoming tribute album to Senses Fail

Pacific Ridge Records will be releasing another tribute album on February 10th 2019. This time around, Senses Fail get the cover treatment, with contributions from the likes of Gold Steps and Chin Up, Kid.

You can stream the the release below.

Previous tribute albums have included tributes to Alkaline Trio, The Movielife and Tom Petty.



The Purps (skate punk) release debut album ‘Let’s Re-Tox’

The Purps, a band from Ithaca Michigan, released the album ‘Let’s Re-Tox’ on December 8th via Skate or Die Records and you can stream the whole thing below.

All the usual the skate punk influences like NOFX and Lagwagon can be heard along with some ska elements. There is also a fun pop punk cover of The Cure’s ‘Boys Don’t Cry’.



Skate Punks 69 Enfermos (Brazil) and Symphony of Distraction (US) Stream Split “They Came From Faster Space”

Brazil’s 69 Enfermos and California-based Symphony of Distraction have united on record for your listening pleasure. The combination of this skate punk fusion is a split effort entitled They Came From Faster Space. The record features five tracks of rapid fire, uber melodious punk rock, tailored to those with a pining to return to the mid-nineties. Handling the release for the two bands is Dutch label Morning Wood Records.

Guitarist and vocalist of 69 Enfermos, Dalin Focazzio, had the following to say about They Came From Faster Space:

“This is something that everyone who loves and misses the old ’90s skate punk should listen to, and as big fans of Symphony of Distraction we’re very proud to be part of it.”

 

You can check out the entire split below. If you like it, pick up a copy here and help support great underground sounds.

The previous releases from Symphony of Distraction and 69 Enfermos were the 2018 comeback album, Horse, and the 2017 full-length, A Place to Call Home respectively.



Allister (pop punk) to release new record ‘Twenty Years and Counting’

Chicago pop punk veterans Allister have announced that they will release a new record on January 30 via Universal Japan. ‘Twenty Years And Counting’ will feature songs from all of their albums along with four previously unreleased tracks. Given they do not own the rights to their first three records, they have re-recorded some of the old songs. It should be particularly interesting to hear the older tracks re imagined.

Allister’s last official full length was 2012’s ‘Life Behind Machines’. The band has not toured full-time for many years, but the members have remained fairly active in the music world, notably bassist Scott Murphy with his double act with Rivers Cuomo ‘Scott and Rivers‘.

Update: The band filmed two new videos for the release. You can see the video for the new version of ‘Somewhere On Fullerton’ below.



Bankrupt (punk) streaming brilliant new holiday tune “Happy New Year”

Hungarian punks Bankrupt are streaming a delightfully punk rock holiday song “Happy New Year”. Nothing gets me into the holiday spirit more than a great original holiday tune. Bankrupt doesn’t disappoint with “Happy New Year”, it’s delightfully angry yet cheerful and full of spirit, regardless of its tone.

Enough yule tide cheer, check out the song for yourself below.

This is the first new music from the Hungarian punks since Paranoia, Panic, Propaganda was released in October. 



Off The Avenue (pop-punk) streaming new song “Nothing To Say”

Buffalo natives Off The Avenue are streaming their new song “Nothing To Say”. There is no word on this is a part of a bigger project, but if so, count me in!

Check out the new song below.

This is the first new music from Off The Avenue since their single “On The Edge” last year. If you’re a fan of Punchline 13 or Duckfeet, these guys remind me of both. 



The Donald Trumpets (Ska) streaming new single “Coping Mechanisms”

Australian ska outfit The Donald Trumpets are streaming their new single “Coping Mechanisms”. The new song comes off of the band’s upcoming EP, no name or release date has been announced for the new album.

Check out the new song below.

The forthcoming EP will be the first release from the upstart Aussie ska unit. If you’re a fan of The B-Sharps or Mustard Plug you will get a kick out of these guys.



Adrenalized (Skate Punk, Spain) Stream “Operation Exodus: Part Two” From Forthcoming Album

The Spanish shred-factory that is Andrenalized are allowing fans to stream a track from their forthcoming album, Operation Exodus. The tune chosen to tease the new release goes by the name “Operation Exodus: Part Two” and, true to form, is chocked full of phat riffage, soaring vocal melodies, and drum tracks that are best described as muy rapido. 

Operation Exodus is scheduled for release on La Agonia De Vivir Records on January 31, 2019.

If you can’t wait that long, check out “Operation Exodus: Part Two” below.