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Killtime and Flamingo Nosebleed stream split 7″

Indiana punks Flamingo Nosebleed and Italy’s Killtime have released a split 7″ called Acid Dreams and are streaming the whole thing now.

You can give it a listen below.

Flamingo Nosebleed last released Blood on the Basement Floor in 2013.  Killtime last released Reset Your Brain in 2014.



The Gamits, Killtime & Versus You stream “Rocket to Rushmore” split

Colorado pop-punks The Gamits, Italy’s Killtime, and Luxembourg’s Versus You have made their new 3-way split Rocket to Rushmore available to stream.

You can give it a listen below.

The 7″ was released on July 15th through G Chord Records. Grab a copy here if you live in the US, or here if you live in Europe.



Killtime post entire discography for your listening pleasure

If you’re a fan of Italy’s Killtime, head over here to hear their entire discography for free.  This move allows fans to access some rare vintage tracks as well as their newer releases, like 2014’s Reset Your Brain.

Killtime’s last full-length release, 2013′s Planet of the Apers, came out on Sexy Baby Records and won our Cover Art Battle the week of its release.



Killtime (Italian pop-punk) to release new 7-inch “Reset Your Brain,” tease title track

Italian punkers Killtime have announced plans for a brand-new seven-inch. It’s entitled “Reset Your Brain, ” and it features a new original song form the band (the title track) and a cover of the Ramones song “You Sound Like You’re Sick.” You can stream a teaser of “Reset Your Brain” below.

The 7-inch will be available March 15th as a one-sided record through Italy’s Bad Bad Brain Inc. No word on a US release yet, but we’ll keep you posted.

Killtime’s last release, August 2013’s “Planet Of The Apers” came out on Sexy Baby Records and won our Cover Art Battle the week of its release.



Cover Art Battle Winner (August 6th): Killtime

Congratulations are in order for Killtime, whose new album “Planet of the Apers” won last week’s Cover Art Battle, which featured new releases from Nothington, Downtown Struts, OFF!, Candy Hearts, and a ton of other bands, with 39% of the vote!

Don’t forget to click here and get your vote in for this week’s Cover Art Battle, featuring new releases from Yellowcard, Zebrahead, Sundials, Dog Party, and a couple others.

Congrats again to Killtime! Head on over here if you’d like to give “Planet of the Apers” a listen.



Cover Art Battle (August 6th): OFF!, Killtime, The Dangerous Summer & more

   

In this week’s edition of Cover Art Battles, we have new releases from OFF!, Killtime, The Dangerous Summer, Nothington / Downtown Struts, Long Lost, Centuries, and a ton of other bands.

Click here to check out all of the artwork for these releases and cast your votes in the poll below!

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Album Review: Killtime – “Planet of the Apers”

Writing a catchy pop-punk song isn’t rocket science. All you really need is three or four chords, a good hook, a shout-able chorus, and, in some cases, a simple guitar solo to be played in the absence of vocals. There’s no need for a dozen shitty breakdowns, laughably terrible lyrics about someone’s daughter not learning anything at the college she’s currently attending, or any of that other played-out bullshit you hear all of these ‘pop-punk’ bands shitting out nowadays.

The pop-punk heavyweights in Italy’s Killtime prove this with their latest full-length “Planet of the Apers.” Set to be released on August 6th through Sexy Baby Records, this record has anything and everything an old school pop-punk fan could ever want; whether it be an upbeat, aggressive track about people who just need to shut the hell up like “Talkin’ Talkin’ Talkin’,” a slow-paced love song like “Happy Summer”, or Queers frontman Joe Queer making a brief guest appearance on vocals for a song about… himself. You name it, this record probably has it.

The twelve songs on “Planet of the Apers” are all pretty short and to the point (only two tracks – “Be True to Me” and “You’ll Stop the Rain” – clock in over three minutes), keeping things interesting for the listener; that’s you! And for those with attention spans as short as mine, good news: the record’s run time is just a little under 24 minutes.

Musically, this is pretty much the same stuff that’s been rehashed time and time again by legions of bands heavily influenced by the legendary Ramones. In my book, however, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that. Old school pop-punk always has been and always will be one of my favorite sub-genres of punk rock, simply because it’s fun, simple music made of simpletons like myself.

4/5 Stars



Killtime (pop-punk) stream new album “Planet Of The Apers”

Old school Italian pop punks Killtime are streaming their upcoming album “Planet of the Apers,” in its entirety right here.

The album is set to be released on August 6th via Sexy Baby Records. If you like what you hear, scoot on over to the Sexy Baby webstore and pre-order a physical copy of the release.

Killtime last released a split 7-inch with The Queers entitled “Alive.”



Killtime detail upcoming album “Planet of the Apers”; stream new songs

Old school Italian pop punks Killtime have revealed the tracklisting for their upcoming album “Planet of the Apers,” which is set to be released on August 6th via Sexy Baby Records. They are also streaming 4 new songs that will be appearing on the record and a 7-inch with 3-dimensional artwork planned to be released alongside the album.

Click here to check out the tracklisting and stream the new songs and, if you like what you hear, scoot on over to the Sexy Baby webstore and pre-order a physical copy of the release.

Killtime last released a split 7-inch with The Queers entitled “Alive.”