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Shot! join Riot Ska Records, announce upcoming album, stream two new tracks

London punks Shot! have just announced their signing to Riot Ska Records and along with the announcement, the group has noted that they will be releasing their debut album around late November or early December. The album will feature 13 tracks of “blissful politically charged punk rock that maintains the anarchist sentiment” and will be followed by two gigs, one in Bristol and one in London.

However, while we await the release of the group’s first launch with Riot Ska, Shot! has made available two of their tracks from the upcoming album, titled “Generation” and “Radio Caroline”. You can give them a listen here.

The upcoming release with Riot Ska Records will serve as a follow-up to the band’s self-titled 2014 EP.

The Forum Walters announce US/European tour dates

Austrian punk act The Forum Walters have just announced details for their upcoming US/European tour dates. The band will be touring in support of a recent split EP with Jaya the Cat, as well as a split with Riverboat Gamblers. Check out the full list of dates below.

The band last released their split with Riverboat Gamblers in early 2014.

Street Poison (street punk) release music video for cover of Lars Frederiksen & The Bastards song “Bastards”

French street punk outfit Street Poison have released a music video for a cover they did of “Bastards” by Lars Frekeriksen & The Bastards.  Here’s what they had to say about it:

“We decided not to make a cover but a remix of Lars Frederiksen & the Bastards and shoot a video for it so go drop an eye or two on this piece of shit. We hope you’ll have a good laugh.”

Check out the video below.

Street Poison last released a split 7-inch with The Decline (France, not Australia) on Carnage Records.  The entire album is streaming right here.

Devon Kay sings “Toilet Drunk” for Punks in Vegas

Devon Kay of Direct Hit! and Devon Kay and the Solutions recently sang in a Stripped Down Session for Punks in Vegas.  The song, “Toilet Drunk” will appear on the Solutions new album.

You can watch it here.

The band’s last release, Never Punt, was released July of 2011 by Johann’s Face Records.

The Forum Walters (punk) release video for “Rightswing”

The Forum Walters just released a new video for the catchy-as-hell song, “Rightswing.”  The Vienna, Austria-based punks sing in both German and English on the socially-conscious track.

The song appears on the band’s upcoming split with Jaya The Cat.

Check out the video here.

You can also visit their website for info on their current U.S. tour.

New Foolish record to be released next week

French punks Foolish will be releasing a new record next week, going by this post from label Carnage. It’s called The Good Old Days, and you’ll be able to get it via the Foolish Bandcamp page on June 22.

For now, you can head on over there and listen to the album’s title track, or click here to watch the video for “Hangover.”

SHOT! (punk) gives away new EP for free download

East London punkers, SHOT!, are giving away their self-titled EP for free download on their website. It was released today, on Carnage Records.

It can be downloaded here.

Street Poison and The Decline (France) stream upcoming split “Concrete Seas”

French street punk outfit Street Poison will be releasing a split 7-inch with The Decline (France, not Australia) on Carnage Records.  The release is titled “Concrete Seas” and its due out February 25th but you don’t have to wait until then to hear it.  The entire album is streaming right here.

Free Punk Compilation: “Friends & Family” from Carnage Records (lots of greet street punk from Europe)

Comps are so great for discovering new punk bands and “Friends & Family” from Carnage Records is a perfect example.  It features 22 songs from punk acts around Europe that is guaranteed to help you find a few gems.  You can stream it here and if you dig it, snag it for free on bandcamp.

Street Poison release music video for “Hold Up” off upcoming split 7-inch with The Decline (France)

rench street punk outfit Street Poison will be releasing a split 7-inch with The Decline (France, not Australia) on Carnage Records.  The release is titled “Concrete Seas” and its due out next month.

You can check out a music video for Street Poison’s song “Hold Up” off the 7-inch right here along with a stream of “Sin City”, another song from the split.

Street Poison will tour Germany and Czech Republic from january 9th to 19th.

Video: The Decline (France) perform acoustic version of “Voiceless Rightless”

After watching their van catch fire and burn down on the side of a European highway French street punk act The Decline finally made it their gig where they concluded the night with an acoustic rendition of “Voiceless Rightless.”  You can check out a video of the performance right here.

The Decline will be releasing a split 7-inch with Street Poison in October on Carnage Punk Rock.

Album Review: The Forum Walters – “Lederhosenpunk”

A Google search of “Forum Walter” turned up no clues as to what this band’s name is supposed to mean. A quick check of their bio reveals that they are Austrian, which helps convey why they might have chosen such a bizarre name, but provides no more elucidation of what the name means.

The Forum Walters’ bio page did reveal that they have done extensive touring, including supporting acts like the Dropkick Murphy’s, Swingin’ Utters, Bouncing Souls, Anti-Nowhere League, Street Dogs, Mad Sin, and the Business. Add “the Briggs” to the list, and one would have a very good idea of what one is getting themselves into when putting on FW’s new record “Lederhosen Punk”.

It opens with a quite lovely horn and classical guitar pastoral elegy (replete with sheep and birds in the background), and quickly jumps into the punkabilly title track. There’s some fancy guitar work towards the end of this tune (and all over the record, in fact), but it doesn’t seem forced or out of place. Too often a talented guitarist can run away with the album, playing entirely too much just because they can (*cough*everySuicidalTendenciesrecordever*cough*).

The lyrics run the usual street punk gamut – the good ol’ days, the plight of the working class, drinking songs, some vague idea of a “revolution”. They are generally well-written and would be perfectly acceptable in any American or English band of this style, but I give them extra points for writing this style so well in their second language. Seriously. Few native English speakers know what purloined even means, let alone be able to incorporate it into a chorus (“Two-Sided Coin”). There is enough clever turn-of-phrase for me to ignore cliches like “one step forward and two steps back” (“One Step, Two Step”).

What’s missing for me on this record is the heart behind the singing. These lyrics need to be sold to the audience, and throughout much of the record I simply don’t buy it. C’mon guys (and gal, on “Punkrock Pirates” and “Alone”). Blow your voices out. Get pissed. This is punkrock, you should barely be able to sing by the end of the set.

This want of vocal energy from the lead singer is perfectly illustrated on “Punkrock Pirates”, an upbeat and catchy tune with a fantastic three-part harmony on the chorus. Each verse is sung by a different person. The first, by the usual singer, with the usual energy. The second, by someone else in the band. Though this person isn’t the greatest singer, they bring a Jesse Micheals/Tim Armstrong energy to it. The song really doesn’t kick until third verse, when Joey Briggs lends his sauce to the goulash, showing just how much an energetic singer can add to a band. If they could put out this level of energy on every song they would be unstoppable.

Overall, this is a strong street-punk record with decent production, better-than-average songwriting, and pretty damned decent lyrics. Three point five stars.

Street Poison premiere music video for “Acid Spit”

French street punk outfit Street Poison have teamed up with BlankTV to premiere a music video for their song “Acid Spit” from the “City of the Dead” 7″ . Check it out here.

“City of the Dead” was released on Carnage Records and I Hate People Records (Germany) earlier this year.

Brain Shake breaks up, start Mugshot Souls with members of Pipes and Pints, The Decline (French band)

French punk act Brain Shake, as of late this summer, ceased to be. The band broke up not long after the release of their second album “Pills and Love” on Carnage Records.

However, band members Tom (Guitar/Vocals) and Jeremy (Drums) have recently relocated to London to start up Mugshot Souls, along with a cool cast of punk rockers: Mike House (of Czech celtic punk band Pipes and Pints) on vocals, Ollie (of It’s Not Ok), and Ced (The Decline ((French)) on bass.

The band is reportedly planning a 7″ to be released in early 2012 with tours and festival gigs to follow. Check back for details on that over the next few weeks.

Music Video: Devasted – “Never Give Up”

Italian punk act, Devasted, have posted the music video for their song “Never Give Up.”

You can watch it right here.

The song appears on their debut full-length of the same name which was released earlier this year on Rocketman Records.