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Break Anchor announce Midwestern tour

Break Anchor have announced Midwestern tour dates.

You can view the dates and locations below.

Their latest album “In A Van Down By The River” was released April 7th 2015 via Paper + Plastick Records.



Music Video: Break Anchor – “West Alexandrine”

Break Anchor have released a video for their song “West Alexandrine.”

Check it out below.

“West Alexandrine,” comes from the bands latest album, In A Van Down By The River, which was released on April 7th 2015 via Paper + Plastick Records.



Free Skate Punk Comp: “Apologies Not Accepted” (Rebuke, Break Anchor, etc)

Brazilian webzine We Live in Hell have released another killer compilation album titled “Apologies Not Accepted” and it features a grip of great international melodic and skate punk acts.

All in all there are 30 bands from 14 countries and its a fantastic way to make at least a few great new band discoveries.  Give it a listen below and if you dig it you can download it on bandamp for free.



Free Music: Paper + Plastick winter sampler (Brutal Youth, Break Anchor, Aspiga, more)

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.



Paper + Plastick Records releases free Spring Sampler 2015

Paper + Plastick Records have released a free digital sampler, featuring songs from eleven bands on the label’s roster including DwayneBreak Anchor, and We Are the Union. Check out the tracklisting and stream the Spring Sampler 2015 below, or download it here.



Full Album Stream: Break Anchor – “In A Van Down By The River”

Break Anchor are now streaming their upcoming album “In A Van Down By The River.” You can now check it out in its entirety here.

“In A Van Down By The River” will be released April 7th 2015 via Paper + Plastick Records. The album can be pre-ordered here.



Break Anchor stream new song “18 Winters” off upcoming album “Van Down By The River”

Break Anchor have just premiered another new song off their upcoming album “Van Down By The River” and you can check it out right here.

Pre-orders for “Van Down By The River” can be made right here. “Van Down By The River” is due out next month via Paper + Plastick Records. Break Anchor will be on the road next month along side frontman Jay Navarro’s other project, some band called Suicide Machines, on their “Destruction By Definition” tour. Dates are here.



New Music: Break Anchor – “I’m Sorry” off upcoming album “Van Down By The River”

More new music from the Break Anchor camp tonight. The latest track is called “I’m Sorry,” and you can check out the exclusive premier right here.

“I’m Sorry,” as you’re no doubt aware, appears on Break Anchor’s forthcoming album “Van Down By The River.” Pre-orders for said album can be located right here. “Van Down By The River” is due out next month via Paper + Plastick Records. Break Anchor will be on the road next month along side frontman Jay Navarro’s other project, some band called Suicide Machines, on their “Destruction By Definition” tour. Dates are here.



Break Anchor announce new album “Van Down By The River,” stream new song “First World Problems”

Detroit punks Break Anchor have just announced their new full-length album Van Down By The River will be released this April through Paper + Plastick Records. To celebrate, they’ve released a music video for a brand new track titled “First World Problems,” which you can check out below.

We’ll be sure to keep you posted as more details on Van Down By The River come to light. The band will be touring the Midwest and east coast in support of the record this April. They’ll be opening for Jay Navarro’s other band the Suicide Machines, who’ll be playing their 1996 classic Destruction By Definition in its entirety.



Suicide Machines announce tour with Break Anchor, Derek Grant and Bastardous

Ska punk legends Suicide Machines have announced a Midwestern and East Coast tour with Break Anchor, Derek Grant and Bastardous, which will take place in April. On this tour, The Suicide Machines will perform their 1996 classic album Destruction By Definition in its entirety, and will be joined by Grant on drums, who was a member of the band from 1992 to 1998. The dates and locations are below.

The Suicide Machines have not released an album since 2005’s War Profiteering Is Killing Us All, but we’ll keep you posted as details on new material come to light. Break Anchor finished recording a new album last December, and Derek Grant released his solo debut album Breakdown a month ago.



Break Anchor finish new album

Detroit punk act Break Anchor (ft. Jay Navarro of The Suicide Machines and Hellmouth) have finished recording their new album.

The band last released a split with Cleveland melodic punk band Lawskof through Underground Communique Records.



Break Anchor and Lawskof stream tracks from split 7-inch “169 Miles”

Detroit punk act Break Anchor (ft. Jay Navarro of The Suicide Machines and Hellmouth) and Cleveland melodic punk band Lawskof are currently streaming half of their split 7-inch 169 Miles.

You can listen to Break Anchor’s “Don’t Fuck With Me” and Lawskof’s “She Spilled My Coffee” off the split at this location.

An official release date hasn’t been given yet, but you can pre-order  the four song split from this location.



Introducing Fat Guy Fest (Kalamazoo, MI, Aug 8-10): Direct Hit!, Break Anchor, Bike Tuff, etc

August 8th, 9th, and 10th, Kalamazoo, Michigan’s Shakespeare’s Lower Level will be the host to the first annual Fat Guy Fest. Featuring regional, national, and internationally touring bands from the US, France, & Canada, Fat Guy Fest features 40+ mixed genre bands. Fans of punk rock, hardcore, ska, indie, alternative, surf, sludge, metal, and good old fashioned rock n’ roll will all find something to love here.

Bands:

1876, Arms Aloft, Banditos, The Best Of The Worst, Bike Tuff, Bloodpheasant, Break Anchor, Calumet, Cave Needles, County Drop, Del Paxton, Direct Hit, Echo Base, Fisherking, Fossil Eyes, The Gentleman Thieves, Guerilla Poubelle, Guppy, Henrietta, Knives Are Quiet, Living Room, The Lost Years, Mold, The Mushmen, Natural Disasters, The Penske File, Placeholder, ProConPro, The Reptilian, Running Shoes, Seventeen Again, The Shortlife, Shoto, State, That’s Blood, Two Hand Fools, Victor Shores, Warren Franklin and the Founding Fathers, Weak Teeth, Worship This!

You can snag tickets here and RSVP here.

In addition, the festival is partnering with Eden Reforestation Projects, a non-profit that works to reduce extreme poverty and restore healthy forests in Haiti, Madagascar, and Ethiopia by employing local villagers to plant millions of trees — for only 10¢ a tree.



Break Anchor and Lawskof announce new split 7-inch “169 Miles”

Detroit punk act Break Anchor (ft. Jay Navarro of The Suicide Machines and Hellmouth) and Cleveland melodic punk band Lawskof have announced plans to release a split 7-inch entitled 169 Miles – the distance between the two groups’ hometowns.

No official release date has been announced yet but the split is apparently going to come out on Underground Communique Records before the summer wraps up. We’ll keep you posted as more details come to light.



Break Anchor offer entire discography for “name your own price” download

Detroit punk act Break Anchor (featuring Jay Navarro of The Suicide Machines and Hellmouth) are offering their entire discography for “name your own price” download.

You can check it out here.

Their last release was a split 7-inch with Philly post-punk act Holiday Bodybag, which came out on May 4th via Universal Warning Records.