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The Prozacs (pop punk) stream new tracks off upcoming album “Exist”

East Coast punks The Prozacs are streaming three songs off their upcoming album “Exist”. The new album is set to be released August 13th via Outloud! Records.

You can check out the songs and pre order the album here.

“Exist” is the first new album from The Prozacs since 2016’s EP “A Little Something”.



The Prozacs release lyric video for “Bottlerocket/Crashing”

Massachusetts pop-punk band The Prozacs have released a lyric video for their covers of Teenage Bottlerocket tracks “Bottlerocket” and “Crashing.” The video and covers serve as a tribute to the late Brandon Carlisle and Teenage Bottlerocket. You can check it out below.

The Prozacs’ last release was the EP “A Little Something,” which was released on February 29th, 2016.



The Prozacs release video for “A Little Something”

Massachusetts pop-punk band The Prozacs have released a new video for their song “A Little Something,” and you can check it out below.

Along with the video, the band also released an eponymous EP celebrating their 15-year anniversary, which came out on February 29th via Outloud! Records.



The Prozacs stream new EP, “A Little Something”

Massachusetts pop-punk band The Prozacs are streaming A Little Something, and you can hear it below.  The EP came out on February 29th, and was released via Outloud Records.

This 7-song EP is The Prozacs’ first release since July of 2014.



The Prozacs announce new EP

Massachusetts punk band The Prozacs have announced a new EP! It is entitled “A Little Something” and it will contain six tracks and a cover of a song by The Vindictives.

The EP is set to drop February 29th on OUTLOUD Records and it is their first album since their split in July of 2014. The veteran band new members but the same old attitude,  and we will keep you posted as the date nears.

 



Stiletto Bomb stream two songs from upcoming EP “In The Dark”

Massachusetts punk act Stiletto Bomb (ft. J Prozac of The Prozacs) have announced they will be releasing their debut EP In The Dark on July 13th through Mooster Records.

You can listen to two tracks from the EP below, and pre-order it on the label’s webstore.



J Prozac (The Prozacs) posts video for “In the Music”

J Prozac, former frontman of The Prozacs, has a new video out for the track “In the Music,” and you can watch it below.

The Prozacs decided to call it quits last July after 13 years together as a band.



The Prozacs release music video for “Heartless”, announce split 7-inch with Darlington

Massachusetts punk rock band The Prozacs may have broken up last August, but they are leaving a couple bits of new noise on their way out. A new music video for their song “Heartless” from their 2014 CD release, “Is This How It Ends?” on Pop-A-Pill Records was shot and edited by Paul W. Preston and released in January of 2015.  Check it out below.

Also a split 7″ with Texas pop punk band Darlington was just released this month on Jerk Off Records and contains two brand new Prozacs songs on the A side in the way of “Gonna Get You” and “The Ones”. The 7″ is available on 3 colors of vinyl and is up on Interpunk.



The Prozacs call it a day, stream rarities compilation “Is This How It Ends?”

After 13 years as a band, The Prozacs have decided to call it a day, putting out one final release for pop-punk fans to enjoy – a compilation of songs from splits and comps the band appeared on entitled Is This How It Ends?, which you can stream below and purchase on Bandcamp.

Here’s what frontman J Prozac had to say about the band’s decision to throw in the towel:

Hey, Hey punk rockers! So here is the OFFICIAL news. As of July 2014, The Prozacs will be hanging it up. After 13 years of ups & downs, tours & records, friends and enemies, more members than you can shake a stick at…and my consistent musical devotion being poured into The Prozacs…it feels like the right spot to drop a bookmark. The past few years have been incredibly trying in keeping things going…and although I have personally been moving right along, The Prozacs as a whole have had numerous road blocks and challenges causing my musical attention to take several new and different directions. I have finally built the courage to let go of many things I have been holding onto, trying to make work, in order to to put my heart and passion into the new projects, new music, honestly….without pulling back and forth with The Prozacs. It has been very difficult, emotional, stressful…and full of decisions I have not wanted to make, but necessary…in order to do what\’s best for myself, my family and those close to me…in order to continue doing what I love. I have had tremendous support from a wide range of friends, family, band members, fans and labels over the years. I can never thank you all enough! This is not an ending…but a continuation to new adventures! I personally want to thank Matty Prozac, Jimmy Craig, Adam Taylor, Sean Watson and Colin Vicalvi for their multiple years and deep rooted impressions an this band and these songs, as well as every other member that brought in their piece for however long it may have been. I wish Matty Prozac and Paul Basile of the current line up the best of wishes with whatever life brings. There are a couple releases and a music video in the works that will tie up some loose ends, and end cap the bands recorded history! I am very excited, moving forward with The Stiletto’s, The Sonic Diffusers and J Prozac! I’ll be releasing info on each as they grow into their own! 3 chords to the future! Rock -J Prozac

The Prozacs formed in 2001, and have released numerous full-lengths, EPs, and compilation albums since. A portion of the band’s discography is available for streaming on their Bandcamp page.



The Prozacs stream rarities collection “Cleaning Out The Closet”

Western Massachusetts pop punk outfit The Prozacs have recently released a rarities collection called “Cleaning Out The Closet” via it’s own label Pop-A-Pill Records. The 33 songs collection features a re-release of the bands 2003 debut album “Thanks For Nothing”, along with new recordings, 7″ singles and various split releases ranging from 2003-2010.

All is packaged with a detailed history of the band thus far, and has been remastered by Jim Fogarty at Zing Recording Studio (Kill Switch Engage).

You can stream the entire album here.