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Make That A Take Records stream “Roaster” 4-way split from Uniforms, Sink Alaska, Question the Mark & The Walking Targets

Make That A Take Records is streaming a 4-way split featuring Uniforms, Sink Alaska, Question the Mark, and The Walking Targets.

The split is called “Roaster” and you can check it out below. There are also 300 copies of it available on “Reign In Blood” colored vinyl, so if you want that, head on over here!

Make-That-A-Take Records releasing 4-way split, “Roaster”

Scotland-based punk collective Make-That-A-Take Records have announced a new four-way split, called “Roaster.” The artwork is to the left, and the four bands involved are Uniforms, Sink Alaska,  Question the Mark, and The Walking Targets.

The album will be limited to 300 copies on “reign in blood” colored vinyl, and will be released on November 29 at the Book Yer Ane Fest.

Check out other Make-That-A-Take releases here.

Split Premiere: Uniforms / Question The Mark (punk rock)

Scottish melodic punk band, Uniforms and Welsh punk act, Question the Mark will be launching pre-orders for their upcoming split 7-inch tomorrow (Feb 18th) and to get you good and pumped we’re streaming the entire release right here.

The album is being officially released on Team Beard Records.

Uniforms stream new track “Keep on Keeping on”

Scottish punk band, Uniforms, has started streaming “Keep on Keeping on” from their upcoming split with Question the Mark.  The record is due out on February 18th, but you can listen to the new track here.

Uniforms and Question the Mark split 7-inch announced

Scottish melodic punk band, Uniforms and Welsh band, Question the Mark have announced a 7″ split, on Team Beard Records, due out in late March.  Pre-orders will start on February 18th.

You can order your copy on the record label website.

Question the Mark announce European tour dates

Cardiff Gravel punks Question the Mark have announced a run of European dates with German band “Client.”.

Check out the dates and locations here.

The band have also put up their record “Smoke Signals” as a Pay What You Want Download on their Bandcamp Page.

Full Album Stream: Question the Mark – “Smoke Signals” (for fans of Hot Water Music, Banner Pilot, and Danger Cat)

Cardiff-based gravel punks Question the Mark have put up their new EP, “Smoke Signals”, online to be streamed in full. The band plays a gruff style of pop punk, in the vein of Banner Pilot and latter-day Hot Water Music. Definitely worth checking out if you’re a fan of either band, or that style in general!

The EP is the follow up to the band’s full length debut album, “Idle Hands”, which came out in October 2011 on Team Beard Records.

You can stream the EP here.