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The Bad Engrish (Denver street punk) and Anger Flares (Tokyo street punk) teaming up for split 7-inch

Pretty cool release coming up from the Oi! The Boat Records crew. It’s a split 7-inch that features three tracks from Tokyo street punks Anger Flares and two tracks from “Denver’s Most Hated,” The Bad Engrish. Pre-orders for the release are available starting at midnight tomorrow night, and come with a limited edition t-shirt that’s only available through this pre-order. Check out details here. To whet your appetite, you can stream all five songs below.



Black Hole Records announces Vol. 5 in their “Cashing In On Christmas” series (full stream)

Black Hole Records‘ has announced the latest installment of their “Cashing In On Christmas” series.  Like its predecessors, Volume 5 features (mostly) original Christmas songs from a handful of great Punk and Oi! bands.

The Double LP comes on red vinyl with a laser-etching on Side 4, and includes a bonus CD version of the album.

Cashing In On Christmas Volume 5 sports 19 tracks (plus two bonus tracks on the included CD version) from Angry Snowmans, Bishops Green, BOY, Chem D, Evil Conduct, Harrinton Saints (with a guest appearance by The Dwarves “He Who Cannot Be Named”), Hooligan (Dublin), Immoral Discipline, Lion’s Law, Maddog Surrender, Missile Toads, Monkish, On The Job, Prins Carl, Roadside Bombs, Sniper 66, Splodgenessabounds, Stranglehold, Suckered In and The Bad Engrish.

This year also features the return of cover artist Richard Stone, with a brilliant spoof of the Exploited’s “Troops of Tomorrow” album cover.

The compilation will be released in early December via Interpunk as well as through the bands, the label’s Facebook page, and the Black Hole website, but you can stream the entire thing right now, right here.



New Video: The Bad Engrish – “Fish N’ Chips”

Denver, Colorado, pogo punks The Bad Engrish have debuted a comical new video for their track “Fish N’ Chips.”

The video was filmed by Aaron Saye at various spots around Denver. Check it out here.

“Fish N’ Chips” must appear on some past or present Bad Engrish release, but I’ll be damned if I can figure out which one. I can tell you it’s not “A Breed Apart” or their split with Ponx Attack.