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Brakrock Ecofest (Belgium) announces another round of new bands

Belgium’s environmentally-conscious punk rock extravaganza, Brakrock Ecofest, has just announced another round of new bands to it’s summer 2019 lineup.  The new bands include some classic punk acts, as well as some up-and-comers, including Poison Idea, DOA, DI, Antillectual, Buster Shuffle, St. Plaster, We Outspoken, and Blackup.

You can find out everything you need to know about the 2019 edition of Brakrock Ecofest at the official website.

Night Birds Stream New Song “Onward to Obscurity”

New Jersey surf punks Night Birds are streaming a track called “Onward to Obscurity” off their upcoming mini-LP Roll Credits, out September 21st via Fat Wreck Chords.

The first release from Night Birds since 2016’s Who Killed Mike Hunchback?, this nihilistic track features  “King of Punk” Jerry A. of Portland hardcore punk band Poison Idea.  

If you’re into music reminiscent of Dead Kennedys and Black Flag, you can check out the new song below.

Poison Idea gets uncomfortably political in new music video

So here’s something I’m genuinely conflicted about. Portland hardcore punks Poison Idea have just released a new music video for their track “Calling All Ghosts”, wherein one of the band’s members is kidnapped and brainwashed into pulling a Travis Bickle and assassinating Donald Trump. On a the one hand, part of me is always a little nervous when a music video blatantly calls for violence (especially in these times). That said, there is something soothing about seeing Trump’s goonish facade  through the lens of a sniper scope.

Along with the video, Poison Idea also released a series of upcoming tour dates that will see the band traveling throughout California, later this month. Check out both the video and the tour dates below.

Punk Rock Bowling Vegas Night One: H2O, Poison Idea, Israelites

No, these three bands didn’t perform together, although that would be an interesting lineup. The Punk Rock Bowling festivities around the country have now come to a conclusion, and we are left with fuzzy memories and bruised ribs. Now to think about the next festival. As solo photographer for DyingScene, the work load was incredible and it was definitely a challenge picking and choosing which bands to see, and when to try and lay my head down for some sleep – which I barely got over the whole weekend.

Night one of Punk Rock Bowling began with balls. Joey Balls & Friends performing at the Rush Lounge at The Golden Nugget – a venue which has served as de facto meeting place for new arrivals for the weekend. My weekend roommate had yet to arrive so I rolled up with gear and all to grab a beer and plan the night ahead.

After getting everything situated at the hotel, I headed over to the Fremont Country Club to check out H2O. This band was formative in my punk upbringing and it was great hearing some old favorites. I stuck around in the photo pit just long enough to catch “One Life, One Chance”, and had the fortune of getting the microphone handed to me for the chorus. Epic memory and I couldn’t imagine a better band and setlist to kick off the long weekend. As will be witnessed many more times over the weekend, there was no time to sit and marvel at the moment, as it was off to the next venue and the next band.

Shift from NYHC and move to LA reggae/rocksteady/ska band The Israelites at The Beauty Bar. One thing I love about being able to float from venue to venue over the course of a night is the extreme variety of the club shows – catching such a vast array of music in one night is awesome. I didn’t stay long for The Israelites as I was off to catch Poison Idea, but the band was jamming. The dance floor was bouncing in rhythm to the uptick of the guitar, smiles were abound – and for that brief reflective moment I thought to myself – this is what Punk Rock Bowling is all about.

I had never seen Poison Idea before, so I was super stoked to make it to the Las Vegas Country Saloon in time for their set. Even though I missed MDC and Slapshot, I was content to arrive right before Poison Idea’s amazing show. Details surrounding the setlist are hazy, but of course the standout was the classic and one of my favorites, “Just To Get Away”.

Night one was a successful night of punk, booze, photos, and reuniting with old friends. If history is any testament, this year would be like those of years past – too quick at points, not over quick enough at others, amazing memories created while choices of venues dictate memories that will never be made. It’s always a balancing act at weekend festivals, and I was super excited for what was to come over the annual reunion of punks in the desert.

Have a look at photos from Friday night’s sets below, and stay tuned for Punk Rock Bowling concert photos the rest of the week.

Poison Idea announces European tour

Portland hardcore punks Poison Idea are on tour in Europe right now, and you can find all the dates below.

Poison Idea released their last album “Confuse and Conquer” inApril of 2014 via Southern Lord Records.

Poison Idea announce east coast tour

Portland hardcore punk legends Poison Idea just announced an east coast tour for early 2016. You can check out the dates below.

Poison Idea released their last album “Confuse and Conquer” last April via Southern Lord Records.

Poison Idea, Exodus, Corrosion of Conformity and other bands to play “Housecore Horror Festival Part III”

Philip H. Anselmo, the lead singer of Pantera, Down, Philip H. Anselmo & the Illegals, Superjoint Ritual, etc., has announced the third annual “Housecore Horror” festival, which will take place from November 13-15 at the Aztec Theater in San Antonio, Texas. Playing are Poison Idea, Exodus, Corrosion of Conformity, King Diamond, Superjoint, Warbeast, Child Bite, Negative Approach, Nails, Suffocation, Autopsy, Crowbar, Yob, and many other bands. The rest of the lineup can be seen in the poster above.

Tickets are now on sale, and you can go here for more information on “Housecore Horror Festival Part III”.

Poison Idea announce hiatus; cancel tour

Shortly after the release of Confuse & Conquer, Portland hardcore veterans Poison Idea have announced an indefinite hiatus. The band states health issues, personal matters, and “some unfortunate band behavior” as reasons for the break. Check back for more details as they become available.

In the mean time, you can stream the new album in it’s entirety below, as well as read a statement from the band.

Confuse & Conquer was released on April 7th via Southern Lord Records. It serves as a follow up to 2006′s Latest Will and Testament.

Poison Idea stream new song “Bog”

Portland hardcore veterans Poison Idea are currently streaming a new song called “Bog,” and you can check it out below.

“Bog” Comes from the bands’ upcoming album Confuse & Conquer, which is set to be released on April 7th via Southern Lord Records. It will serve as a follow up to 2006′s Latest Will and Testament.

Poison Idea finish recording new album, reveal title

After a few weeks of recording, Portland hardcore veterans Poison Idea have finished working on their long awaited new album! The record was produced by Joel Grind of Toxic Holocaust, and it will be titled Confuse & Conquer.

Here’s what frontman Jerry A. had to say about the album, which is set to be release in the spring of 2015 through Southern Lord Records:

“What can I say? We’re all happy with the record. It’s a group effort; we all had a part in writing the songs. We’ve been screwing around for too long. We had to hang back and see whose heart was really in this thing we’ve been doing for thirty years and who was bullshitting. We have a lot of touring to do next year, to make up for the last one being cancelled due to people with the wrong priorities. Everybody in the band now lives to play and make music; that comes first. It always has, it just took a long time to filter out the flakes, and keep the diehards. So these guys know how to make this ship float. As far as I’m concerned, it feels like being reborn, having a second wind, a hardcore revival, and just discovering meaning, all at the same time. To put it mildly, we’re happy, I’m happy, and this is just the start. No stopping from here out.”

We’ll be sure to keep you posted on the new Poison Idea album come to light. This will be the band’s first full-length since 2006’s Latest Will and Testament.

Poison Idea recording new album, aiming for spring 2015 release

Portland hardcore veterans Poison Idea are currently recording a new full-length album, and they’re hoping to have it released come spring 2015.

Joel Grind of Toxic Holocaust is handling the production of the record, which will serve as a follow up to 2006’s Latest Will and Testament.

Poison Idea announce European summer tour

Portland hardcore veterans Poison Idea will be heading out will be heading out on a pretty lengthy European tour this summer. Details on when and where they’ll be stopping can be found below.

Poison Idea’s latest release was the 2013 reissue of their 1986 album Kings of Punk, which was handled by TKO and Southern Lord Records. They also put out two collections of demos/rarities in 2011 and 2012.

Poison Idea announce Australian tour dates

Veteran Oregon punks Poison Idea have announced their first tour of Australia for May 2014.

You can check out the dates and locations below.

The band last released “Darby Crash Rides Again: The Early Years” in 2012 through Southern Lord Records.

Poison Idea announce U.S. shows

Poison Idea have announced some U.S. shows.

You can check out the dates and locations here.

The band last released “Darby Crash Rides Again: The Early Years” in 2012 through Southern Lord Records.