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Punk in Drublic Festival coming to Europe!

NOFX are bringing their Punk In Drublic festival to Europe in May 2019. Marketed as a ‘music and craft beer festival’, Punk In Drublic began in 2017 on the West Coast of the US. NOFX and Bad Religion will headline a very strong lineup this time around, other acts include Millencolin, Anti Flag, The Interrupters, Lagwagon and Less Than Jake.

This is particularly good news for anyone in the UK planning to attend Slam Dunk Festival. Punk In Drublic will have its own stage at both the Hatfield and Leeds dates. Slam Dunk 2019 already has one of the best lineups of its thirteen year history.

The announcement was made on the NOFX FB page. Check out the dates and locations in the poster above.



New band alert!! The Blanche Davidians (ffo: Propagandhi, Forus) release stellar debut track

New melodic skate punk band out of Fort Worth, TX, The Blanche Davidians, just released the first single “Alex Jonestown Massacre” off their upcoming EP, Placeholder, on Tier Two Records. The EP is being kept shrouded in secrecy, but we do know that it is slated for an early 2019 release, sometime before Spring… and we’ve got this cool new track to listen to below. Enjoy!



Manchester Punk Festival (UK) Streams Latest Pre-Fest Sampler

Historically, the kindly folks over at Manchester Punk Festival take great pleasure in showering you lovely lot with treats to get you in the mood for their event. This year is no exception.

The team behind the largest embrace of DIY punk culture ever known on UK shores has once again compiled a sampler of acts performing at the next edition of the festival. Manchester Punk Festival Vol. 20 features tunes from the likes of Fair Do’s, Big Joanie, Habits, Templeton Pek, Burning Flag, A Vulture Wake, and many, many others.

You can check out the entire compilation below. It’s “pay what you like” so make sure to chuck them some change for all the hard work they do for the national and international punk scene.

Manchester Punk Festival will be taking place over Easter weekend 2019 in the city of Manchester, UK. You can check out all the crucial details about tickets, lineup, accommodation, and everything else here.



Brakrock Ecofest Announces New Bands Performing at its 2019 Edition

Europe’s environmentally-conscious punk rock festival, Brakrock Ecofest, has added a load of new names to its lineup for the 2019 edition.

Joining the likes of Propagandhi, The Dopamines, and PEARS will be legendary Californian mainstays, Descendents, Gainesville’s finest, Less Than Jake, and it will also be the return of much-loved speed merchants, Cigar.

Also performing will be The Bennies, , Toy Dolls, Pour Habit, Much The Same, Hit The Switch, Straightline, and For I Am. More names are expected to be announced early next year.

Brakrock Ecofest takes place in the town of Duffel, Belgium, over the weekend of August 2nd, 2019. All the information you need about the event can be found here.

 



Shadows Of Defeat (Melodic Punk, CH) release video for “Headwind” ahead of album

Swiss melodic punks Shadows Of Defeat are to release a new album, Too Little Too Late, on December 14th. Pre-orders and an album stream are up on the band’s Bandcamp now.

Ahead of the record, the band have premiered a video for a track from it, “Headwind”. You can watch it over at Skatepunkers.



Fair Do’s (Melodic Hardcore, UK) Announce 2019 Tour of Japan

Manchester-based genre straddlers Fair Do’s have just announced that they will tour Japan in the new year. The metal-edged skate punk onslaught will head east between the 9th and 14th of January, hitting up a total of six shows.

Arranging the entire fiasco is the always hardworking RNR Tours.

The frankly stunning tour poster artwork has been inspired by the quartet’s recently released debut full-length, Leopards, and was designed by Holly Dixon of Cat’s Cradle Tattoo Studio. I have on good authority that the beast depicted is known as a “Gundampard”.

You can check out all the dates below.

 

 

 

 

 



Millencolin announce new album “SOS”, stream title track

Legendary skate punkers Millencolin have announced that they will release their ninth studio album SOS via Epitaph on February 15th next year. It has been four years since their last full length (True Brew in 2015). The album was produced by vocalist/bassist Nikola Sarcevic and guitarist Mathias Färm.

If you are a fan of band’s traditional sound, it is likely that you will not be disappointed by the album’s title track, streaming below.



Blowfuse release video for new track “Bad Thoughts”

Spanish skate-punk group Blowfuse have released a video for new track “Bad Thoughts”. The song is taken from their upcoming album “Daily Ritual”, out on a plethora of labels around the world on February 8th 2019. The record is out on HFMN Crew (ESP), Long Beach Record Europe (GER/AUS/SW), Morning Wood Records (HOL), Paper + Plastick Records (US), Epidemic Records (ITA), Infected Records (POR), Disconnect Disconnect Records (UK) and Melodic Punk Style (POL).

You can have a watch of the video below.



Bring On The Storm (skate-punk) stream new EP “Altruism”

Canadian punk band Bring On The Storm released their debut album “Atruism” on November 4th. Fans of bands like A Wilhelm Scream, This Is A Standoff and the more technical skate punk stuff should definitely check them out. You can expect fast drumming, excellent melodies and some super fast guitar shredding. The only thing that sucks is that the record only has eight songs!

Listen to the full album below!



Fat Mike (NOFX) Launches Men’s Lingerie Line “Fatale”

One of punk rock’s most recognisable faces has announced the launch of his own fashion line. Fat Mike’s “Fatale” clothing range features dresses, knickers, stockings, and garter belts all apparently aimed at men. The NOFX vocalist and bass player has teamed up with LA-based designer Jessica Louise to make the collection a reality.

Appropriately, Fatale’s slogan on their website is: “Wear what the fuck you want!” Judging by Fat Mike’s hands-on approach to modelling the collection, it’s a maxim that he himself chooses to live by!

 

 



The Lizards (Thrash Punk, Australia) Announce Latest Album “Moonstone”, Stream Two Tracks

Aussie thrashers The Lizards have just announced that their latest album will be out on December 14. The effort is titled Moonstone and will be the group’s third full-length to date. It’s also the first new music from the trio since their single “No Fracture” dropped earlier this year.

If you can’t wait for mid-December to get your fill of down under thrash, you’re in luck. The Lizards have been good enough to share two of their tracks from Moonstone. You can find them below.



Diploma (skate punk) release new video for single “Love On Your Knees”

Aussie skate punks Diploma have just released a new video for their single, “Love On Your Knees.”

This is the first new music from the group since their 2017 EP The Cost of Clarity.

Check out the new video below!



Fair Do’s (Melodic Hardcore, UK) Get Blasphemous in New Video “Candleman”

The Manchester-based genre-straddlers of Fair Do’s have just released a video for their track “Candleman”. The visuals are suitably seasonal for a Halloween premiere and feature the band fully corpse painted up, channelling their inner mosher. Notable cameos include Death and Bernie the dog.

“Candleman”, which you can stream below, appears on the first full-length release from Fair Do’s, Leopards. Copies of the album can picked up from Lockjaw Records now.



Loser Points (skate punk) announces fall tour

Edmonton, AB-based punk band Loser Points have announced fall tour dates in support of their September release, Denial & Error. They will be joined on most dates by Edmonton’s Broken Yolks. Dates and venues can be found below.

Denial & Error, now available on all platforms, is the first musical release from Loser Points since 2017’s “Songs You Know By Fart.”



Call It A Day (Skate punk) join Thousand Island Records announce debut EP

French skate punks Call It A Day have announced that they have signed on with Thousand Island Records. The French punks also announced they will release their début EP Mind The Gap on November 1st. The first track off the new album “For Your Safety” is a banger, featuring some laser quick riffs and some equally sharp vocals.

You can check out the new track below.

As mentioned above, this is the début EP for Call It Day. If you’re a fan of Ten Foot Pole or 88 Fingers Louie, these guys feature the speedy guitar riffs of 88 Fingers, combined with the classic delivery of Ten Foot Pole’s classic skate punk vocals.