London, Ontario record label Get Party! Records just released a new compilation featuring 18 bands set to appear at this years Pouzza fest. The list includes bands on Get Party! as well as some friends of the label including Iron Chic, Caffiends, Brutal Youth and more. You can listen to the whole thing below.
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Tuesday, May 9, 2017 at 2:30 PM (PST) by The Torchbearer
Monday, January 2, 2017 at 2:47 PM (PST) by Mike Scott
2016 was a really solid year for albums for me. In the past, I’ve shied away from end of year lists sometimes, just because I didn’t always think I’d find 10 albums I really loved to write about. But no such problems for this past year. (And that’s without Slayer or Maiden releasing anything.)
The top couple of albums in my list truly have hit me hard. On repeat in my car, on my phone and with me on a lot of my early morning commutes out in the South London cold, I can definitely see a lot of these records staying with me for a long time. So, I’m going to not mention 2016’s questionable votes, referendums and the deaths, but just say my lovely daughter was born this year and I’ll remember it as a great music year…
You can read the full list below.
Wednesday, December 28, 2016 at 5:03 PM (PST) by Paul Carr
I admit, I’ve been out of the game a while. I grew up, had kids and musically treaded water for a couple of years. Then in 2016, I found pockets of time to listen to the odd track, then the odd ep and finally I found the time to throw myself fully back into the punk pool. What became clear was that after a couple of years with my finger off the pulse, I had an insatiable desire for the music I love. I was hungrier than ever and 2016 saw plenty of great new music to satisfy my appetite. So below are my picks. They mean more to me than just a list of records, they signify a year of rediscovery.
Monday, December 19, 2016 at 6:55 AM (PST) by rick delaney
Already looking like the UK punk rock event of the 2017, Manchester Punk Festival has announced yet more artists. Joining the lineup are The Filaments, Brutal Youth, Throwing Stuff, Matilda’s Scoundrels and many more.
For a full list of all the bands playing, check out the tour poster or the MPF 2017 website.
Monday, November 14, 2016 at 6:30 PM (PST) by villagebrown
Toronto based punk rockers Brutal Youth premiered a new music video for their song “Hostile Work Environment” today. It is a short, but epic exchange between adult and rebellious, take-no-hits youngin’. If you want to see an adult get some comeuppance for knocking down a kid’s ice cream, then watch this video and all of it’s glorious satisfying revenge.
You can check it out below.
Brutal Youth’s latest album “Sanguine” was released on September 23rd through Stomp Records.
Wednesday, October 19, 2016 at 10:36 AM (PST) by Shane Dover
The Creepshow’s latest album “Life After Death” was released last October through Sailor’s Grave Records (US), Stomp Records (Canada), and People Like You Records (Europe), and Brutal Youth’s latest album “Sanguine” was released on September 23rd through Stomp Records.
Wednesday, October 12, 2016 at 8:36 AM (PST) by Shane Dover
Punk label Rebel Time Records has released a compilation titled “REBELS SING – A TRIBUTE TO TODD SERIOUS AND THE REBEL SPELL.” The compilation features Propagandhi, Brutal Youth, Tomorrow Starts Today, The Fallout, Kleins96, Mansbridge, Royal Red Brigade and many more covering various The Rebel Spell songs.
The compilation is streaming through Rebel Time Records’ Bandcamp page, and comes with four original songs dedicated to the late Todd Serious through the digital download, including one by The Rebel Spell.
The compilation can be purchased for $10 CAD or more through Bandcamp, and all profits will be going towards a charity of The Jenkins Family’s choice. You can find the stream below.
Monday, September 19, 2016 at 9:55 PM (PST) by Supermartinguy
Canadian punks Brutal Youth have just released a stream of their brand new album “Sanguine” on New Noise Magazine. Head here to check out what Paul Carr called “one of the best albums of the year, and click here to give Paul’s glowing review a read.
Sanguine is set for a proper release on September 23rd through Stomp Records. It will be Brutal Youth’s first full-length in 3 years, following 2013′s Stay Honest. Digital pre-orders are available here.
Since their second album, 2013’s Stay Honest, Brutal Youth have spent 3 whole years honing their punk craft through a cycle of constant touring and the storming Bottoming Out EP. All of this hard work has sure as hell paid off. Biding their time between full length releases was a fine idea because the wait has been well worth it. Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you one of the albums of the year.
This may sound like a bold claim but this is an album filled with melodic hardcore hooks, pop punk sing-a-longs and a surprisingly large amount of emotional heft. “I. Denial” starts proceedings off deceptively slowly with swirls of atmospherics and a spoken word sample. It’s like the band are taxiing for take off and boy do they take off. A muscular hardcore riff and frenzied drumming burst out of the mix that are so powerful they could bring down abandoned buildings. This combined with some catchy ‘woah oohs’ and a shout along chorus of ‘You’ve got to hold on to what you’ve got’ get things off to a storming start. It’s all uphill from here. “The King” is pure punk rock alchemy. An ascending and descending muted riff gives way to a powerful, life affirming chorus. This song and “Thick as Thieves” are the kind that make you glad to be alive. Moments like these are the reason we listen to punk in 2016.
Previous criticisms of the band have noted that previous albums have been a little overstuffed with similar sounding hardcore tracks and an over reliance on ‘woah oohs’ to keep things moving. That is certainly not the case with Sanguine. Even the straight hardcore songs contain subtle differences, whether it be a prominent bass riff, such as on “Bargaining” or a slowed down bridge. “Spencer Street” even begins with a shredding classic metal solo. The ‘woah oohs’ are used sparingly across the course of the album which means that when are they are employed, such as on “Rogue Thoughts”, the songs stand out rather than get swallowed up. The variety on show makes the moments of pure hardcore all the more satisfying. “II.Anger” has a stalking hardcore riff that could melt paint. There are obvious similarities with hardcore heroes Kid Dynamite, 7seconds and even Gorilla Biscuits but Brutal Youth are certainly their own band.
By condensing the album to 14 songs Brutal Youth have made a tight and impactful record. It’s a notable progression from Stay Honest but loses none of the power and fury of that album. They have settled on their own sound with beauty, chaos, noise and emotional weight knitted skillfully together. Whatever they hoped to achieve with Sanguine they have and then some.This is clearly an emotional record for vocalist Patty. The whole album is framed around the 5 stages of grief which gives the album real substance. Nevertheless, it certainly doesn’t come across as a concept record. Lyrics such as those on penultimate track “Todd Serious” are imbued with a sense of pain and loss. However, it is clear that this album is a cathartic experience for him. Aptly titled closer “V.Acceptance” suggests he is ready to move on with the line: ‘I love you and I miss you/Thanks for the memories’. Don’t let the often emotional lyrics put you off though. This is an album to set the pit ablaze.
Tuesday, September 13, 2016 at 2:31 PM (PST) by Lauren Mills
Canadian punks Brutal Youth have released the music video for their song “The King.”
You can watch it below.
Friday, September 2, 2016 at 2:27 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
Monday, August 29, 2016 at 9:16 AM (PST) by rick delaney
Toronto’s Brutal Youth have announced their newest album ‘Sanguine’ will be released at the end of September. For all you Brutal Youth fans out there who can’t wait, the band have made one of the tracks from the new LP available to stream, ahead of its general release.
Give “The King” a listen below.
Monday, December 14, 2015 at 12:52 PM (PST) by Lauren Mills
You can view the dates and locations below.
Brutal Youth released their latest EP “Bottoming Out” on February 24th through Paper + Plastick.
Thursday, December 10, 2015 at 5:35 PM (PST) by Midwest Punk
It’s easy to wish someone a merry Christmas or a happy holidays, but it’s another to do something to make that happen. The fine folks at Paper + Plastick are doing just that, hoping to brighten up your holiday season with some free music.
Their winter sampler features 11 tracks from the label’s various releases over the past year. It includes songs from Brutal Youth, Break Anchor, Aspiga, The Helltons, Harker, and more. Check out the full tracklisting and stream the music below. To download a free copy of the sampler, click right here.
Wednesday, October 28, 2015 at 4:19 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
Check out the full tour itinerary below to see if they’re stopping near you.
A Wilhelm Scream’s latest album Partycrasher was released in 2013 on No Idea Records. PEARS recently released a new 7″, and began recording their first full-length for Fat Wreck Chords. Brutal Youth’s new EP Bottoming Out released earlier this year on Paper + Plastick.