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Stream the new Hot Water Music EP, “Shake Up The Shadows”

Florida’s Hot Water Music have just released a five song EP, Shake Up The Shadows, on Epitaph Records.  The band will be continuing to tour Europe, the US, and Canada through the end of the year.

Check out the new EP below.



Stream The Sidekicks’ “People’s Court” and catch them on tour with The Menzingers

Ohio’s The Sidekicks will be touring with The Menzingers this summer, for the following leg of the tour:

Jun 22 Lansing, MI – Three Stacks Festival
Jul 6 Yellow Springs, OH – Springsfest
Jul 23 Syracuse, NY – The Lost Horizon
Jul 24 Buffalo, NY – Rec Room
Jul 25 London, Canada – Rum Runners
Jul 28 Worchester, MA – Palldium
Jul 30 Lakewood, OH – Phantasy Nightclub
Jul 31 Grand Rapids, MI – Pyramid Scheme
Aug 1 Indianapolis, IN – Old National Centre
Aug 2 Milwaukee, WI – Turner Hall
Aug 4 Iowa City, IA – Gabe’s
Aug 6 Cincinatti, OH – Southgate House Revival
Aug 8 Charleston, SC – The Music Farm
Aug 9 Virginia Beach – Peabody’s Nightclub
Aug 10 Baltimore, MD – Ottobar

They’ll be supporting their new single, “People’s Court.,” which you can hear below. The song is off their new album, Happiness Hours, which is out May 18th on Epitaph Records.



Stream the new self-titled Defeater album

Massachusetts-based hardcore act Defeater have just released their self-titled fifth album via Epitaph Records. Stream the entire thing below.



Thrice and Refused announce co-headline UK and EU dates (UK w/Gouge Away)

Thrice and Refused have announced a UK and EU co-headline tour. The UK dates come with Gouge Away opening up, with support TBA for the EU run.

Check out the full dates below:

OCTOBER
26 BIRMINGHAM O2 Academy
27 GLASGOW Barrowlands
29 BRISTOL O2 Academy
30 LONDON Brixton O2 Academy
31 MANCHESTER Academy

NOVEMBER
01 NOTTINGHAM Rock City
03 AMSTERDAM Melkweg
04 COLOGNE Carlswerk
05 HAMBURG Grosse Freiheit
07 BRUSSELS Ancienne Belgique
08 PARIS Elysee Montmartre
10 MILEN Alcatraz
11 MUNICH Tonhalle
12 BERLIN Huxley’s



Stream Bad Religion’s new album “Age Of Unreason”

Bad Religion’s seventeenth studio album, Age of Unreason, is out today on Epitaph Records and is currently streaming in entirety on YouTube. The political punk band’s latest offering is obviously influenced by the Trump years, and channels the band’s feelings on living in these tumultuous times.

It is Bad Religion’s first album since 2013’s release of True North, and their first with new members Mike Dimkich (guitar) and Jamie Miller (drums).

You can listen to a stream of the brand-new song “The Approach” below and the rest of Age of Unreasonhere .

Purchase the album from the band’s official site.



Culture Abuse stream new song, “Goo”

Bay Area punk / surf / indie rockers Culture Abuse have released a new song called “Goo”.

The track follows up on last year’s long player “Bay Dream”, and arrives via Epitaph Records. The band have also announced that they will play a free show at London’s Old Blue Last tonight for Vice’s Old Blue Last Beer “supercans” launch party.

Check out the track using the player below.



DS Photo Gallery: The Interrupters with Masked Intruder & Rat Boy (The Ogden Theater, Denver)

For me, Friday April 5th 2019 was a night of excitement, curiosity and comfort. Ska superstars, The Interrupters were here in The Mile High and having seen them perform many times before, there’s s sense of comfort and familiarity that I feel every time I catch one of their live performances. On the flip side of that coin, I had never had the chance to see the legendary antics of Fat Wreck alum Masked Intruder before. Many fables have been told of their highly interactive and massively entertaining sets, the lore alone enough to pique my interest. So, I was more excited than I normally am for a show, just to add this specific feather to my cap. I also had some curiosity mixed in as the opening act, Rat Boy was in from the UK and other than knowing that Tim Timebomb had taken the young act under his wing, I knew nothing about them. INTRIGUE!! So, I grabbed my trusty Nikon and headed down to The Ogden Theatre to the punk rock shooooow! Check out the full review and gallery below!



Defeater stream “Stale Smoke” ahead of album

Massachusetts-based hardcore band Defeater release their self-titled fifth album on May 10th, via Epitaph Records. Pre-orders are up now.

Have a listen to “Stale Smoke” from the album below.



Watch Bad Religion perform at The Roxy, including the “No Control” album in full

California punk legends Bad Religion performed what appeared to be a special show at The Roxy theater in West Hollywood last Friday, April 5th.

There, the band showcased not only some of their well-known material, as well as stuff from their long-awaited upcoming album Age of Reason, but celebrated the 30th anniversary of their iconic album No Control by playing the album in its entirety.

In case you didn’t go, you can now watch some fan-filmed footage of this special show below.

Age of Unreason will not only be Bad Religion’s first full-length studio album since 2013’s True North, but their first release with Mike Dimkich (replacing Greg Hetson) on guitar and Jamie Miller (replacing Brooks Wackerman) on drums.



The Offspring members look back on 25th anniversary of “Smash”

The Offspring members Dexter Holland and Noodles recently spoke to Kerrang! magazine about the 25th anniversary of their breakthrough record Smash.

Noodles recalls, “Prior to Smash, we were pretty much a part-time band. Even when we blew up, I didn’t even quit my job [as a janitor at the Earl Warren School in Anaheim] outright – I took a three-year leave of absence. I was still working there when we were blowing up ’cause I’d promised my boss I wouldn’t quit until the end of the school year. There was this one high school girl that I knew [there] and she used to see me in the morning and say to me, ‘Man, what are you doing? I just saw you on MTV!’

There were a lot of things at that time that we didn’t do. We didn’t do any late-night TV shows until Days Go By [in 2012]! On Smash, we turned down Saturday Night Live, simply because we didn’t think we were good enough. Again, I think that has something to do with the fact that we were a part-time band.

We did do the Billboard Awards, which was on TV, but it wasn’t widely viewed. The organisers were pissed off that we played Bad Habit rather than one of the hits, but we thought, ‘We’re punks. We’re not a pop band. Let’s go out and fuck things up a little bit.'”

Dexter added, “We actually considered playing Too Drunk To Fuck [by Dead Kennedys] at the Billboard show. In the end we played Bad Habit. But we played raw, and at the end I dived into the crowd. I remember the looks on the faces of the people at the front as I did this, and thinking, ‘Wow, these aren’t the same people that come to see us when we play [punk venue] Gilman Street!'”

Smash was originally released on April 8th, 1994 via Epitaph, and was the first album released on that label to receive gold and platinum certification thanks to the hits “Come Out and Play”, “Self Esteem”, and “Gotta Get Away”. Along with Green Day‘s Dookie, Smash was responsible for helping bring punk rock into the mainstream, as well as paving the way for the emerging pop punk scene of the 90’s.



Culture Abuse announce tour dates

SF punks Culture Abuse have announced some upcoming tour dates, including some headlining dates from June 6th – July 6th.

You can check out all of the dates and locations below.

Culture Abuse last released Bay Dream in June 2018 via Epitaph Records.


THICK (pop punk) sign to Epitaph and release three new songs

Brooklyn pop punk band THICK have signed to Epitaph Records and have released 3 new songs available on spotify. The band formed in the New York DIY/all-ages scene back in 2014 and had previously released two EPs. They cite blink-182 as one of their biggest influences, and you can hear that dripping through in places in a lot of their songs.

Additionally, THICK have also shared a video for the song ‘Green Eyes’. Check out the video below.



Bad Religion release new song “Do the Paranoid Style”

California punk legends Bad Religion are streaming another new track from their long-awaited new album Age of Unreason, which arrives on May 3rd via Epitaph.

This song is called “Do the Paranoid Style” and you can now listen to it below.

Age of Unreason will not only be Bad Religion’s first full-length studio album since 2013’s True North, but their first release with Mike Dimkich (replacing Greg Hetson) on guitar and Jamie Miller (replacing Brooks Wackerman) on drums.



Descendents are working on new music, says Milo Aukerman

Descendents frontman Milo Aukerman confirmed in an interview with OC Register that a new album from the band is on the way. Fans had to wait nine years for 1996’s Everything Sucks, eight years for 2004’s Cool to Be You and then twelve years for 2016’s Hypercaffium Spazzinate, but Milo promises that it won’t be too long before the next record arrives.

He’s quoted as saying, “When we put out the last record we thought, ‘OK, I bet we could put out another record after this one and not wait a decade to do it.’ It was such a rewarding experience and you know what? Our fans deserve better. They deserve more than a record every decade or so. We started writing almost immediately after that record was done. I have been writing and Stephen (Egerton) has really picked up the mantle, too. Between us I think we have like 20 songs written and Bill (Stevenson) and Karl (Alvarez) have been writing songs as well. We’ve done some basic tracking, but it’s still a work in progress but I hope we’ll have something out by the end of the year.”

We’ll keep you posted as more details on the next Descendents record come to light.



The Lawrence Arms begin working on first album in five years

It’s been five years since The Lawrence Arms released their latest album Metropole. Well, now the band is in the studio working on a new album, with eight songs written or recorded so far, including a cover song.

This is what the band wrote, separately, on their Twitter account: “8 songs for this new record. One is a cover. Chris is better than ever and beex is deeply disturbed. It’s gonna be wild.It’s not gonna be an 8 song record, dipshits. This is merely a progress report.Oh. It’s not the kinda cover you’re thinkin. You’ll never even know which one it is.”

The Lawrence Arms’ most recent release is the compilation album We Are the Champions of the World, which was released in March of last year on Fat Wreck Chords.