Search Results for ""

Drunktank release video for “We Want More”

Dutch skate punkers Drunktank have released a lyric video for “We Want More”. The track is from the band’s upcoming album Return of The Infamous Four, which is available for pre-order from the band’s Bandcamp now.

Have a watch below.



The Barksdales (Punk, NY) Stream “Bangers EP”

Buffalo, New York’s The Barksdales have a new EP out. It’s simply tiled Bangers and features five well, bangers. You can check it out below.

Bangers is the first new music out of The Barksdales since their 2016 self-titled album.



DS Photo Gallery: Motoblot 2019 – with The Tossers, 88 Fingers Louie, The Crombies and more

Vice Tricks

The 6th Annual Motoblot Motorcycle and Hot Rod Street Rally took place June 20th to June 23rd 2019 in Chicago. According to Larry Fletcher, the event’s owner and producer, “the weekend was Awesome. We broke attendance records on Friday and Saturday. Estimated 20K for the weekend. Over 1000 bikes over the weekend. If it had to rain… We were stoked it held off to Sunday. Attendees had a blast regardless of the weather. MOTOBLOT continues to grow every year and the feedback is universally positive. Attendees say it is their favorite weekend of the year!”

Due to passport issues, Sham 69 had to dropout of their scheduled appearance at the event. Guttermouth was to tour with Sham 69 on its swing through the States this summer so the California punks also backed out of Motoblot weekend as well. Two Chicago based bands stepped in at the last minute. The”Crombies and 88 Fingers were total gamers and happy to jump in to help us out,” said Fletcher. As The Crombies lead singer Mike Park was recovering from gall bladder surgery, the band brought a life size cutout of Park to accompany a rotating group of singers, including some who spontaneously jumped on to the stage.

The Crombies.

Along with The Tossers, The Crombies; and 88 Fingers Louie, the weekend’s lineup included among others: Vice Tricks, Aweful, Super Sonic Space Rebels, Julia Haltigan & The Hooligans, The Detroit Cobras, The Krank Daddies, The Evictions, Slutter (all female Kiss Tribute band); and London Calling (“The Only The Clash Cover Band That Matters.”)

Please check out the gallery below from some of the best moments at Motoblot 2019.

 



Joy Opposites release new EP “Bad Phase”

Joy Opposites, made up of Adam Graham (formerly of FACT (Japan)) and Imran Siddiqi (formerly of The Amity Affliction (Australia)), have released a brand new EP with the name Bad Phase. You can listen to it below.

The EP features 3 new tracks, and 4 covers of musicians that have shaped their sound over the years. You can find the tracklist below the stream. Bad Phase sees the band head in a new direction lyrically, as well as further exploring the sound of their last full length Find Hell.

On the change, Adam stated: ““Lyrically, these songs deal with societal issues more than personal ones. Both of us have been strongly affected by how the world is changing and how things are spiraling out of control. Our first album was recorded in California – Summer 2016 – pre-Trump and pre-Brexit. So much has changed since then. Divisions between people are getting wider and wider. Our governments, religions and corporations are doing whatever they can to make this worse because that is how they profit … and we’re falling for it. Honestly, it was quite a challenge for me to write about a certain subject rather than about a feeling since my lyrics are generally quite stream-of-consciousness, so this was something new.”



Mortal Wombat (melodic punk, Spain) stream new album “On My Own”

Spanish melodic punk act Mortal Wombat are streaming their new album, On My Own, which was released on July 6th.

You can give it a listen below.

Mortal Wombat last released Conspiranoid in January 2017.



Nine Line (Pop-Punk, Richmond) stream new song “Now Forgotten”

Richmond, VA pop-punk act Nine Line are streaming their new song “Now Forgotten,” which comes from their upcoming EP, All You’ve Ever Known, that is set to be released on August 4th.

You can give the song a listen below.

Nine Line last released Like I’m Sinking in June 2017.



Down I Go (Experimental / Hardcore) release surprise EP, “All Down the Church in Midst of Fire the Hellish Monster Flew, and Passing Onward to the Quire, He Many People Slew”

Inimitable UK experimental hardcore trio Down I Go have released a surprise new EP.

Thef tracker carries the catchy monicker of “All Down the Church in Midst of Fire the Hellish Monster Flew, and Passing Onward to the Quire, He Many People Slew”, and tackles “shadowy figures of death from around the world” (the band have previously taken on the likes of Greek Gods and Tyrants on their releases).

It further cements their status as a cult UK band, and is well worth checking out if you like your punk conceptual and off-the-wall.

Check out the EP using the player below.



Long Story Short (Melodic Hardcore, Canada) Stream EP “Stranded”

Montreal, Québec-based melodic hardcore outfit Long Story Short are allowing fans to stream their latest EP. The effort is titled Stranded and it features five tracks of anthemic, shred-heavy goodness. Check it out below

The previous release from Long Story Short was the 2016 EP, We Made It. 



69 Enfermos (Skate Punk, Brazil) Detail Summer European Tour

Brazilian skate punk act 69enfermos are hitting Europe for the second time this summer. The band will play 16 dates including festival appearances at Brakrock, Punk Rock Holiday, Paris Punk Rock Summer, Free & Easy Festival, Starák Fest and Punk Rock Schamus in Austria.

You can check out the full list of shows on the band’s tour poster below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Ate Bit (Pop Punk, NY) Stream Album “Couch Surfer”

Breacon, New York pop punk outfit Ate Bit have just released their second full-length album. The effort is titled Couch Surfer and you can check it out in its entirety below. Obviously, if you like it, go grab a copy!

The previous release by the fast-paced melodic punks, excluding singles from Couch Surfer, was the 2017 seasonal EP, Christmas Bites. 



Roam (Pop Punk, UK) Announce Album “Smile Wide”, Steam Track “I Don’t Think I Live There Anymore”

UK pop punkers Roam have a new album in the works. It’s titled Smile Wide and it’s due for release on September 6.

To get you lot in the mood for the new material, the band has been good enough to stream a track from Smile Wide. Check out “I Don’t Think I Live There Anymore” below.

The previous collection of music from Roam was their 2017 full-length, Great Heights & Nosedives.



Petrol Girls announce UK tour

London hardcore punks Petrol Girls have detailed a Fall UK tour. The 7 date tour happens in September and includes the Loud Women festival. The band will be touring their Cut and Stitch album.

Full details below.



Emo-Punks Archway release new single “Pearl” for free

Pennsylvanian emo-punks Archway have recently released a pretty solid single titled “Pearl” and you can stream it below. If you dig what you hear snag it for free on bandcamp.

This is the band’s first new music since last year’s single “Metanoia.”



Drazic (Hardcore Punk, Brighton, UK) release debut EP

Newly formed Brighton hardcore punk quartet Drazic (featuring members of River Jumpers, Phinius Gage etc) have released their debut, 3 song EP. The band play their first show tonight (July 7th) at the Cowley Club, Brighton.

Have a listen to the EP below.



Bueonos Treehouse (Pop-Punk, UK) release video for new single “Somewhere”

Nottingham, UK based pop-punk/rock quartet Buenos Treehouse have released a video for new track “Somewhere”. The track is the second single since they released their debut album “Capsized” back in 2017.

Have a watch below