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New Video: The Story So Far debut “Upside Down” from brand new album, “Proper Dose”

Unless you’ve been living in a fallout bunker for the last couple months, you should probably know that California rock band The Story So Far have got a brand new album called Proper Dose that was released today (September 21st). To help mark the occasion, they also released a brand new video today. It’s for the track “Upside Down,” and you can check it out below.

Proper Dose was released on Pure Noise Records, and marks their first full-length since their self-titled May 2015 release.



Tightwire sign to Red Scare Industries, announce debut album “Six Feet Deep”

Minnesotan punks Tightwire have just announced that they’ll be releasing their debut album “Six Feet Deep” through Red Scare Industries! According to the band regarding the new digs:

“We recorded the full record in our practice space using the cheapest recording gear imaginable and then handed it off to the great, Matt Allison. He made us sound like we totally know what we’re doing here. Thanks Matt!”

On the new addition to the family, Toby from Red Scare notes:

“So no shit, Erik from D4 texts me with a link to some music and I’m like, ‘Dammit, this is the 3rd demo today…’, then I listen and of course I love the shit out of the songs and feel like a real asshole all over again. But just to be clear, we don’t need any more submissions. We found the ONE good demo out there [laughs].” 

The album is expected to hit the public on October 19th which you can pre order here. Check out the track list below!



Lost From The Start (Pop-Punk, Belgium) release music video for “Off The Hook”

Belgian pop-punk act Lost From The Start have released a video for their new song “Off The Hook.”

You can check it out below.

“Off The Hook” comes from the bands’ upcoming debut album Few And Far Between, which is set to be released on September 29th via Bearded Punk Records.



Hopeless Records and Sub City streaming benefit album “Songs That Saved My Life”

Hopeless Records and their non-profit partners Sub City are streaming the début track from their amazing project Songs That Saved My Life. Neck Deep offers up a pretty wicked cover of Natalie Imbruglia’s hit, Torn. The full album will be released November 9th and features bands like Taking Back Sunday, Against Me! and the aforementioned Neck Deep.

You can check out the video for Neck Deep’s cover of Torn by Natalie Imbruglia below.

The benefit album features bands covering songs that you guessed it saved their lives. The proceeds from the project will go towards: Crisis Text Line, Hope For The Day, The Trevor Project, and To Write Love On Her Arms. You can graciously donate your money to a great cause and pre-order your album here. 



New Music: Smoking Popes debut “When You Want Something” from upcoming album “Into The Agony”

Chicago pop-punk veterans Smoking Popes are now officially streaming another new track from their upcoming album, Into the Agony. It’s called “When You Want Something,” and you can check it out here.

Into The Agony is set for release on October 12 via Asian Man Records. Pre-order it right here.

Into the Agony will be the band’s first studio LP since 2011’s This Is Only a Test, and their first with the original “Three Caterers and a Felumlee” line-up since 1998’s The Party’s Over.



The Split Seconds (pop-punk) release music video for “Everybody’s Wrong”

Washington D.C. pop punkers The Split Seconds have released a music video for their energetic new song “Everybody’s Wrong.” Filled with raw social commentary and a throwback sound, this song is sure to appeal to fans of classic punk bands like The Clash and the Buzzcocks. 

You can watch the new video below.

“Everybody’s Wrong” comes from the band’s latest album Counterfeit Reality, which was released in June via Altercation Records. The album is the band’s first release since their 2017 debut, Center of Attention. 



Bayside Streams New Acoustic Track “Sick Sick Sick”, Announces Tour with Special Guest Golds

New York City pop punk band Bayside is streaming their new acoustic track,“Sick Sick Sick”, off their upcoming album Acoustic Volume 2.

Out September  28th via Hopeless Records, the album features ten stripped-down versions of preexisting Bayside tracks, as well as one brand new song.

This will be Bayside’s first album since 2016’s Vacancy with Hopeless Records. Check out the acoustic version of “Sick Sick Sick” below, along with the dates and locations of their first full-band acoustic tour.



Parasite Diet stream new album “Braindead”

Nashville pop-punks Parasite Diet are streaming their new album, Braindead, which was released on August 31st, 2018.

You can give it a listen below.

Parasite Diet last released Coast To Coast in May 2017.



Supermunk (pop-punk, France) stream new album “Stuck In The Darkness”

French pop-punk act Supermunk are streaming their new album, Stuck In The Darkness, which was released on August 30th via Kicking Records and Monster Zero Records.

You can give it a listen below.

Supermunk last released Photophobic in February 2016.



Settle Your Scores premiere music video for “Stuck in the Suburbs” off latest album, “Better Luck Tomorrow”

Hey Scenesters, got some time to sit and ponder? Well, we’ve got some distraction for you. Cincinnati pop-punk natives, Settle Your Scores‘ new album is doing well and the band has released a new video for their hit single “Stuck in the Suburbs”. It’s a song for anyone who’s ever made the seemingly erroneous claim that, “There’s gotta be more to life than paying bills and waiting to die.”  Settle Your Scores is out to feel alive.

These heavy pop-punk Ohioans have been busy living it up, touring and showcasing their bouncy breakdowns across America, electrifying captive audiences and regaling in the studio about time spent, and time that could have been better spent, “looking back to when I had a perfect shot and didn’t take it.” And if the bands energy in stereo didn’t speak for itself, they’ve decided to impart the highlights of their live performance on us via the magic of motion pictures.  “I wanna do more than just survive. I wanna feel alive,” front-man Christian Fisher bears it all, high-points and maladies, while his friends all hang around and kick it in the pit… and there’s fire.

The album, Better Luck Tomorrow is out now on Sharp Tone Records, available for streaming and purchase here. It is Settle Your Scores’ first full length since 2016’s well-received The Wilderness which saw the band  singing praises as “Underachiever of the Year”. Stream the music video for “Stuck in the Suburbs” below.



The Living End release video for new track “Amsterdam”

Australian punks The Living End have released a video for “Amsterdam”, a track from their upcoming album, Wunderbar, out on September 28th.

The album is the follow up to 2016’s Shift. Have a watch of the video below.



Wicked Bears (Pop Punk, UT) Stream Latest Single “Chattering Teeth”

Salt Lake City pop punkers Wicked Bears are allowing fans to stream their latest single. The track is titled “Chattering Teeth” and is the first music from from the three-piece since their 2017 album Tuning Out.

Check out “Chattering Teeth” below.



Smoking Popes announce November tour dates

Chicago’s Smoking Popes have announced a list of dates they will be visiting this November. The band will be touring in support of their new album Into the Agony which will be released on October 12 via Asian Man Records.

See the tour dates below.



New Video: The Ratchets – “Gotta Be Cool” from upcoming album, “First Light”

The brand new music just keeps on coming, this weekend. Next out of the gate is a track called “Gotta Be Cool” from Asbury Park punk quartet The Ratchets. It’s the lead single on the band’s upcoming full-length, First Light, and you can check it out below!

First Light is slated for release on November 9th via Pirates Press Records. The band’s debut full-length, Glory Bound, was released back in 2006, and maintains a special spot in punk rock history as the first ever Pirates Press Records LP release!



Direct Hit unleash video for “Welcome To Heaven” from forthcoming album, “Crown Of Nothing”

There’s a whole bunch of kick-ass Direct Hit news to get your weekend fired up!

First and foremost, we’ve got official details on the Wisconsonite quartet’s forthcoming album. It’s titled Crown Of Nothing, and it’s due out this fall on Fat Wreck Chords. The fourteen-track release is something of a concept album, reportedly centering on the idea that heaven and hell are the same place. According to frontman Nick Woods, the album “describes the relationship between a vengeful angel, put to death by a demon she then torments in the afterlife for eternity.” Pre-orders for the traditional digital/vinyl/CD release are available here, or you can go here to check out the deluxe bundle options, which include a slipmat and a four-issue comic book/zine series inspired by the album!

OH WAIT WE ALMOST FORGOT! There’s also a brand new DH video out! It’s for the Crown Of Nothing track “Welcome To Heaven” and you can check it out below!

Direct Hit’s last full-length, Wasted Mind, was released back in 2016.