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MxPx are streaming their new Self-Titled album

Bremerton pop-punk legends MxPx are streaming their new Self-Titled album. In case you missed it, last week the Bremerton punks released a video of themselves playing the new album in its entirety, and I must say it’s pretty spectacular.

You can give the new album a listen below.

This is the first new full length from MxPx since the 2012 release of Plans Within Plans. Without a doubt go give this one a listen, like most things in life MxPx has aged like a fine wine and you won’t want to miss this vintage.

MxPx crowdfunding tenth full length album

MxPx began a Kickstarter campaign so they could self-release their tenth album. The band has already raised $150,000, surpassing their goal of $50,000.

Pledge rewards include digital & physical copies of the album, a plush, clothing, signed copies of the album, and a couple of campaign-exclusive EPs. Some super-fan has already pledged $7,500 or more to snag one of Mike Herrera’s tour-used bass.

You can check out the rewards and back the campaign at Kickstarter.

Video: Mike Herrera performs acoustic version of “Dead Man Walking” Live from the Rock Room

Mike Herrera of MxPx/Tumbledown is the latest musician to appear on Live From The Rock Room. In this video Herrera performs an acoustic rendition of Tumbledown’s song “Dead Man Walking.” You can watch the video below.

Live from the Rock Room is an ongoing webcast started by Smoking Popes drummer, Mike Felumlee, in which he has bands stop by his tiny studio just outside Chicago to play music and chat.

MxPx heading to the studio to work on new album

Bremerton punk icons MxPx have released news to fans that they are taking a break from touring to head back to the studio for a new album.  It’ll be the first new release since 2012’s “Plans Within Plans”. No word on when the new album might be released, but exciting news from MxPx none the less.

For a little taste of “Far Away” from “Plans Within Plans” check out the video below.

MxPx to release live album “Left Coast Live”

MxPx have uploaded a YouTube video detailing “Left Coast Live” – a double vinyl, picture disc release limited to 1000 copies. Pre-Orders go up on July 6th. They look rather lovely. The album is a full set recorded July 24/25th 2015 at the Observatory in Santa Ana.

Watch a short video on the release below

Tooth & Nail Records announce podcast ‘Labeled’

Veteran label Tooth & Nail Records are to air a new podcast. “Labeled: The Stories, Rumors & Legends of Tooth & Nail Records” will be a weekly affair, promising to “take listeners behind the scenes of one of this generation’s defining indie record labels”.

A podcast preview is up to have a listen to now.

MxPx Announce the Release of 25th Anniversary Beer

MxPx is set to release a celebratory 25th Anniversary beer with Silver City Brewery to commemorate the birthday of the band.

Dubbed “Secret Weapon,” after the 2007 hit, the beer is an amber lager brewed “left coast-common” style. An authentic malted mouthful, the rich brew finishes with a clean kick and leaves the consumer with the flavor of a collaborative effort between members Mike, Tom, Yuri, and the Silver City Brewery crew; the band heavily involved with the development of the flavor profile, drawing influences from their own taste preferences.

Watch the announcement video below!

The special edition beer will be available in May. Sign up here to get an email when it’s ready for purchase!

MxPx re-recorded “Life in General”

Bremerton pop-punk veterans MxPx sneakily released a new, re-recorded version of their iconic 1996 album Life in General earlier this month. The only mention the band made of the release was in one post on their Facebook page.

If you missed out on this, you can listen to the entire 2016 re-recording of Life in General below. Click here to download the album.

MxPx’s latest album Plans Within Plans came out in 2012. The band will be playing Remember The Punks Music Fest in San Antonio, TX this weekend.

MxPx stream new song “Calm My Craze”

Bremerton pop-punk veterans MxPx are streaming a brand new song called “Calm My Craze”, which is their first in 4 years, and you can check it out below.

It is not clear at this time whether “Calm My Craze” is a one-off track or will appear on the band’s next studio album, which will be their first since 2012’s Plans Within Plans, but we’ll keep you posted as more details on it come to light.

Emery releases free EP “We Wish You Emery Christmas”

South Carolina screamo act Emery are giving away their new Christmas EP We Wish You Emery Christmas. With some of their own, original tracks, as well as holiday favorites like “We Wish You a Merry Christmas” and “Come All Ye Faithful,” you can enjoy jammin to this while you do all your shopping and drive to visit your faraway relatives this December. You can download the EP for free here.

Emery’s last release was You Were Never Alone in May 2015 through BadChristian and Rude Records.

MxPx and Screeching Weasel announce two shows

Bremerton pop-punk veterans MxPx have announced they will be playing two shows with Screeching Weasel this June. More info can be found below.

MxPx’s latest album Plans Within Plans was released in 2012 through Jump Start Records. Screeching Weasel last released an EP titled Carnival Of Schadenfreude in 2011 via Recess Records.

mewithoutYou announce Australian tour

Philadelphia progressive act mewithoutYou have just announced an Australian tour throughout January and February. You can check out the dates and locations for the tour below.

The group’s latest release was the July 2013 EP called Other Stories. They have an upcoming release set for November 28th, a 6-track titled East Enders Wives.

Emery announce U.S. tour with The Classic Crime and Artifex Pereo

South Carolina screamo act Emery have announced a U.S. tour with The Classic Crime and Artifex Pereo, which will take place next month. The dates and locations can be found below.

Emery last released their greatest hits album October 18th, 2013 on Tooth and Nail. The band is currently working on a new album, titled You Were Never Alone, which is due for release this year or next year.

Anberlin add last round of dates to final US tour

Anberlin have just announced the last round of dates to be added to their final US tour, which will be making its way through the sates this fall. An updated list of dates and locations you’ll be able to catch them at can be found below.

As previously announced, the band will be playing their third full-length album Cities in its entirety when they stop at The Gramercy Theater in New York City on November 17th.

Anberlin released their final album Lowborn on July 23rd through Tooth & Nail Records after announcing plans to call it a day back in January.

Anberlin announce final US tour, playing “Cities” front-to-back in NYC

Anberlin, who will be breaking up this year, have announced their final US tour, which will be making its way through the sates this fall. Details on when and where you’ll be able to catch them can be found below.

Those who are going to the third NYC show are in for a treat, as the band will be playing their third full-length album Cities, which debuted at #19 on the Billboard top 200 back in 2007, when they stop at The Gramercy Theater on November 17th.

Anberlin‘s final album Lowborn was released on July 23rd through Tooth & Nail Records.