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PMX (Skate Punk, UK) Stream Re-Release of Demo “Crashing At Bens”

Scottish skate punkers turned shred-mongers, PMX, have dug deep into their back catalogue for their latest release. The band are allowing fans to stream their 2002 demo Crashing at Bens. According to PMX’s Facebook page, they will release the rest of their early material on Bandcamp over the coming weeks too. The titles include: PMT (1998), TSBP (1999), and Goodbye Normality (2001).

It’s not just their old tunes that PMX are putting back out there though. The band are currently in the studio working on new material. Watch this space for more news on that! For now, you can check out Crashing at Bens in all its teenage angsty-ness below.

PMX release “Clochridgestone” live studio album

Scottish skate punkers PMX have released “Clochridgestone”, described by the band as “a live recording of some of our favourite tracks along with two brand new tracks from our upcoming full-length”.  The record can be purchased now from the band’s website.

You can have a listen to the 13 song offering below.

PMX (Scotland, skate punk) release collection of demos entitled “Unreleased”

Scottish skate punkers PMX have released a collection of comprising of their previously unreleased work. The record is creatively titled Unreleased, and features ten tracks from the band’s past.

You can listen to Unreleased entirely for free below. If you’re enjoying it, do the band a favour and buy a copy.

PMX (skate punk, Scotland) announce European tour dates

Scottish skate punk four piece PMX have announced a European tour kicking off this May. The band will play a total of twelve dates across the continent, with supports to be confirmed.

If you’re hoping to catch PMX on the road, check out the tour poster below to see if their heading to your town.

Make-that-a-take records (Scotland) stream compilation “Make Yer Ane Comp VII”

Those lovely people at Scotland’s Make That A Take Records have released a compilation called “Make Yer Ane Comp VII”. The record features a whopping forty tracks from the likes of The Murderburgers, Black Volvo, and PMX.

You can have a listen to the full stream below.

PMX (Scotland, Skate-punk) release new track and are announce new album

Scottish skate-punk band PMX have published a new song and are working on a new record. The new track “Like and Share” can be listened to below whilst you wait for the guys to finish their latest full-length. They left the following statement with regards to the record:

 “We will now be retiring to the studio to start work on demoing and recording our next full length out later in the year.”

PMX’s latest release “Dark Days” was released in 2015 on Make That A Take Records.

PMX offer new song “Oceans” for name your price download

Scottish skate punks PMX are streaming a new song called “Oceans.”

You can stream/download the song below.

PMX’s latest EP “Dark Days” was released September 5th through Make That A Take Records.

PMX release animated music video for “Another Day” from “Dark Days” EP

Scottish skate punks PMX have just released an animated music video for the song “Another Day” which is a track on their new EP Dark Days.  You can check out the music video below.

Dark Days was released September 5th through Make That A Take Records.

DS Exclusive: Listen to Scottish skate punks PMX’s new EP “Dark Days”

Scottish skate punks PMX are gearing up to release a new EP titled Dark Days on September 5th through Make That A Take Records, and we’re very excited to be streaming the entire thing right now!

Give Dark Days a listen below, and head over here to pre-order the EP.

PMX release music video for new song “Brave Face”

Scottish skate-punkers PMX have released a music video for their brand new song “Brave Face” off their upcoming release Dark Days. Check it out below!

Dark Days is slated for a September 5th release via Make That A Take Records. The album will serve as a follow-up to PMX’s The Ballad of Tony Montana, which was released in May 2013.

PMX release a teaser of demo tracks from upcoming album “Dark Days”

Scottish skate-punkers PMX have released a teaser of the demo tracks from their upcoming 2015 release titled Dark Days. Check it out below!

Dark Days will serve as a follow-up to PMX’s The Ballad of Tony Montana, which was released in May 2013.

PMX back in the studio working on “Dark Days”

Scottish skate-punkers PMX have just announced that they are back in the studio at the moment and are working on an upcoming release titled Dark Days which will be launched sometime in 2015. They also posted a promotional video for the album, which you can view below.

This will serve as a follow-up to PMX’s The Ballad of Tony Montana, which was released in May 2013 and tells the story of the main character from the movie Scarface, from his arrival in the U.S. to his shoot-out death. It should be interesting to see whether or not Dark Days reflects a similar theme.

PMX (skatepunk) stream epic 25 minute song “The Ballad of Tony Montana”

Scottish Skate-punkers, PMX, are streaming their album “The Ballad of Tony Montana”.  It tells the story of the main character from the movie Scarface, from his arrival in the U.S. to his shoot-out death.  The album was released on May 1st.  It follows 2004’s “Rise and Shine”, released on Bells On Records.

You can listen to the album here.

PMX detail new album “The Ballad of Tony Montana,” post sample

Perth, Australia skatepunk band PMX have released details on their upcoming album, titled The Ballad of Tony Montana. 

The album is, “a 25 minute epic depicting the story of the infamous Tony Montana from his arrival in the US during the Mariel boatlift through to being gunned down in a blaze of glory,” the band said.

You can listen to a sample of the album here.

PMX last released material in 2004, when they released the album Rise and Shine on Allstar Recordings/Milk and Cookies Records/Bells On Records.

PMX (melodic hardcore) offer free download of “Unreleased Album”

Perth, Scotland’s melodic hardcore act PMX recently rounded up all their previously unreleased recorded material, bundled it up and decided to release it as a free album cleverly titled “Unreleased Album.”  You can stream the entire thing here and if you dig it, it’s available for free download.