Dan Cribb, longtime singer of Perth based band The Decline, has announced completion of his ongoing solo project. Currently being mastered in Chicago, “The Memories Last” is slated for release in July 2013. The album features Cribb’s acoustic stylings, as well as some backing guitar and vocals from Nick Diener of The Swellers.
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Thursday, March 7, 2013 at 5:59 PM (PST) by anarchistbowling
Thursday, February 28, 2013 at 10:44 AM (PST) by Bizarro Dustin
The Decline released Are You Gonna Eat That? in September 2013 through Pee Records.
Friday, January 4, 2013 at 9:26 AM (PST) by Lauren Mills
Italian hardcore-punk act Strength Approach have posted the music video for their song “In The Belly of the Beast.”
You can watch it here.
You can learn more about the meaning of the song on their website.
Thursday, November 8, 2012 at 3:31 PM (PST) by Vitor Viana
Newcastle punk rockers, Local Resident Failure, have put out a music video for their song “Where the Bloody Hell Are Ya?”, a track of their new album “A Breath Of Stale Air”.
You can check out the video right here.
Monday, September 24, 2012 at 12:35 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
Perth punks, The Decline, have released a new music video for their song “Excuse Me,” off their latest release, “Are You Gonna Eat That?” They have also announced they will be playing a string of Australian tour dates throughout this month and October with Local Resident Failure and Friends With The Enemy.
You can check out the video and a full list of dates/locations they’ll be playing here.
The Decline released “Are You Gonna Eat That?” on the 22nd of September through Pee Records.
Perth punks, The Decline have posted the music video for their song “Shit Yeah.”
You can watch it here.
After playing together for fourteen years, Italian skate punkers Jet Market have announced via their Facebook page that they have called it a day.
“We’re sorry for not posting any news for a long time… we’re posting this now because we thought it was just and necessary to clarify our situation. Jet Market broke up. For how things are today we’re not doing any last gig or tour and we’re really sorry about that. The reasons why we broke up are many and it will be reductive to justify them all with a standard “all good things come to an end”. Despite this, we really wanted to send our biggest hug to all the people who always supported us during these 14 years.
To who helped us out by booking gigs and tours, recording music, replacing members that quit the band, giving us a place to sleep or something to eat, to those who sang our songs in their room or shouted them out under the stage. You’ll never know how much this all meant to us. Jet Market have been a big part (and sometimes even the most important part) of our life. Be sure that each and everyone of us will carry in his heart all the years spent playing in this band and, most of all, all of you who supported us and loved our music. Thank you for that.
It has been an amazing journey, the best ever taken.
Jet Market, 1998 – 2012.”
Jet Market’s final album, “A Spark in the Darkness”, came out October 2011 on Disconnect Disconnect Records.
Monday, May 21, 2012 at 1:10 AM (PST) by brittles
That cheeky bastard, Kye Smith, from Newcastle punk band Local Resident Failure has posted another drum cover, this time it’s the full version of NOFX’s “The Decline.” Yes, all 18 minutes. He doesn’t miss a beat and you can check it out here.
Local Resident Failure will be releasing their debut album (which has been five years in the making) on the 15th of June through Pee Records.
Sunday, April 29, 2012 at 11:18 PM (PST) by brittles
Newcastle punk rockers, Local Resident Failure have posted “(Still) Kickin’ On” which is from their long awaited debut album “A Breath of Stale Air” which will be released on Pee Records on the 15th of June. You can listen to the track here, which is about fellow Australian punks Wiseheimer.
Wednesday, April 25, 2012 at 12:36 AM (PST) by brittles
Perth punks, The Decline have posted their song “2006” for free download. The song is taken from their most recent release “Are You Gonna Eat That?” and tackles the issue of depression. The band have posted the song after a fan, Cameron, tragically took his own life. You can download the song here and support those with depression through foundations like Beyond Blue. Here’s what the band had to say:
Recently a young fan of ours called Cameron tragically chose to take his own life, so to honour his memory we are giving away our song ‘2006’ for free. We are hoping that this will help other people out there who may feel like they only have one way out that there are always people out there who are willing to listen and who can help them.
Perth locals, The Decline are stretching their wings and hitting the road for a full Australian tour next February. The 11 date tour is their most ambitious yet including their first Queensland dates. You can check out the full run of dates here.
Wednesday, October 19, 2011 at 1:58 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
Check it, and another song called “Beer Garden,” off the upcoming album, out here.
The band’s upcoming album, “Ishi Prende ” is planned to be released some time this summer via Pee Records.
Wednesday, October 19, 2011 at 12:42 PM (PST) by Kelce Coon
The 5 way international hardcore split CD “The End Begins Now” is now streaming online. The split features 5 bands from 4 countries contributing 3 songs each. Bands include Brisbane boys Time Has Come who team up with Trainwreck from Melbourne, Out Cold from New Zealand, Americans Change Today and Queen City Crew from the Philippines. The album can be streamed here and if you want to order the album you can here.
The record is being released on Pee Records.
Wednesday, October 19, 2011 at 8:59 AM (PST) by Josher
Australian hardcore punks Driven Fear are streaming a new song on their Bandcamp page. The song, titled “All Rivers,” is a fast hardcore jam off of their album “Contender,” which is scheduled for release on Pee Records November 11. You can listen to “All Rivers” here.
Driven Fear’s last release, the seven-track EP “Society’s Finest?” was released in March 2010 on Pee Records.
Tuesday, October 11, 2011 at 11:53 AM (PST) by jaystone
September is over, boys and girls. Football has started, school has begun… and it’s time to pit last month’s Cover Art of the Week winners against each other for the honorable title of “Cover Art of the MONTH!” Review all the weekly winners from September right here and vote for which one you think deserves to move on to battle for Cover Art of the F’ING YEAR right here.