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A Balance Between releases video for “Negative Space”

New Jersey’s post-hardcore quintet A Balance Between is streaming a new video for their song “Negative Space.”  The song is the title track off of their new EP, which will be released on Broken English Records on January 7th.

You can check out the video below.



Jaguar Shark post music video for “4202”

New Jersey/New York melodic hardcore band Jaguar Shark have posted the music video for their song, “4202” off their debut EP, “This City Will Eat Me Alive.”

You can watch the video here or their website.

The EP was released on March 4, 2013 via Broken English Records and is available through bandcamp.



Full Album Stream: Nightmares for a Week – “Civilian War”

New York’s Nightmares for a Week isn’t set to release their sophomore album, Civilian War, until next week on March 26, but for those of you who just can’t wait to hear the whole thing, don’t worry: the band is streaming the whole album right over here.

Civilian War will be available on CD and vinyl through Suburban Home Records, and digitally through Broken English Records.



Full Album Stream: Jaguar Shark – “This City Will Eat Me Alive”

Back in January we reported on the signing of New Jersey/New York melodic hardcore band Jaguar Shark to Broken English Records.

The band has just released their brand new album, “This City Will Eat Me Alive”, and have made the entire work available to stream.

Check it out here.



Fort Street streaming debut EP “Homesick and Stable”

Back in January we reported on the signing of NY punk band, Fort Street, with Broken English Records.

The band has been hard at work, and just recently witnessed some fruits of their labor.

The guys released their debut EP, “Homesick and Stable”, back on February 14th, and have now made the new work available to stream in its entirety.

Check it out here.



Nightmares For A Week to release new album “Civilian War”

Upstate, NY pop-punk act, Nightmares For A Week,  have announced that they will release their second full-length album, “Civilian War” will be released digitally via Broken English Records and physically on vinyl and CD through Suburban Home Records. Pre-orders will not be available for the record. You can order the record on its release date of March 26, 2013.

The band last released a split with Nightmare Of You in October via Paper + Plastick Records and is available on 7″ vinyl in two Halloween-themed variations – black/orange swirl and glow-in-the-dark. It can be purchased in the Paper + Plastick webstore.



Fort Street signs with Broken English Records, releasing debut EP “Homesick & Stable”

Kingston, NY punk band, Fort Street (featuring former members of Anadivine, Slugworth, & Countess Of Persia) will be releasing their debut E.P. “Homesick & Stable” on Broken English Records in early February. You can stream 2 songs, “Gasoline” & the title track “Homesick And Stable” from the upcoming release here.

You can also hear the song “Heaven Sent” on the Broken English Records 2013 Sampler.



Introducing New Melodic Hardcore Band: Jaguar Shark (full EP stream)

Thanks to the latest comp from Broken English Records I have stumbled myself upon a band worthy of bringing to your guys’ attention.  Jaguar Shark hail from the New Jersey/New York area and play a brand of hard hitting punk rock somewhere between No Trigger and Comeback Kid.  I actually have no idea if that’s a good description but the band will be digitally releasing a 5 song EP called “This City Will Eat Me Alive” with Broken English next month (vinyl through Human Blood Records) and you can stream 2 songs from it right here.  Decide for yourself.



Free Comp: Broken English 2013 Digital Sampler (No Trigger, Useless ID, Pentimento, etc)

Broken English Records are their 2013 sampler for free download.  It’s a pretty badass comp and a great way to discover a couple new punk bands.  It features a whole slew of solid acts like No Trigger, Useless ID, Pentimento, Nightmares For A Week (new song), Gameday Regulars, and … ah, just check out the tracklist when you download it for free here.