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No Motiv to release anniversary edition of ‘And The Sadness Prevails’

It’s been 20 years since No Motiv released their debut LP ‘And The Sadness Prevails’. To celebrate, the original line up that recorded the Vagrant release with Trevor Keith are back together. They will be releasing a newly mixed and mastered version of the album with two additional bonus re-recorded songs. These will be available on a limited pressing of vinyl along with a digital version next month. Pre-orders are available here.

Check out the 20th anniversary edition of the song ‘Nostalgia’ below.

Free Comp Download: “Rumors & Reputations V” (Moral Decline, Antidon’ts & more)

Tampa Bay Hardcore has released the fifth installment in its Rumors & Reputations compilation series.

It features songs by Moral Decline, The Antidon’ts, Bargain Bin Heroes, and a bunch of other bands from the Sunshine State.

You can give the 20-track comp a listen below, and download it for free on Bandcamp.

Big Brother (Toronto, ska-core) release new album “Ministry of Plenty”

Candian ska-core three piece Big Brother have released their latest full-length via Unknown Records. “Ministry of Plenty” features fourteen chugging numbers and can be enjoyed below for free.

Unknown Records release four way split with Big Brother, Adelleda, The Worst, and The Filthy Radicals

Unknown Records recently released a four way split featuring two songs from each of four bands including Big Brother, Adelleda, The Worst and The Filthy Radicals.

Give it a listen below.

The album is called Partners In Crime and was released on August 2nd. 2016.

Big Brother (skacore) release lyric video for song “Corexit”

Toronto ‘Orwellian’ ska-core group Big Brother have released a lyric video for their song “Corexit”. This track was released as a single in December of 2014 and made an appearance on their EP They’re Watchingwhich was released in May 2015. You can check the video out below.

Big Brother’s last release included their 7″ split Core Principals, which was released in May 2015. They are currently working on a new LP, we will keep you updated as details come to light on that.

Moral Decline stream new EP, ‘Fed Up’

Tampa punks Moral Decline are streaming their new EP,  Fed Up, and you can check it out below.

The EP was released on December 12, 2015 follows the band’s last album, Get Fucking Loud, which was released on February 28, 2014.

Introducing Ska-Punk Act: Ill Gotten Gains (full album stream)

Fans of gritty crossover ska/street-punk, here’s one you’re going to want to check out. UK’s Ill Gotten Gains have just released their debut full-length through Unknown Records and its packed with 10 street punk anthems laced with a very healthy dose of ska upstrokeage. Give the album a listen below.

Music video: Wildcard – “Going Nowhere”

Toronto punk rock band Wildcard have released a brand new music video for their song “Going Nowhere.” The fast a gritty song appears on the group’s 2 track EP titled Aren’t Thou My Brother? You can check the entire release out as well as the music video below.

Aren’t Thou My Brother was released in February of 2014 via Unknown Records. They will also be releasing a debut split album on May 8, 2015 with Dirty Work also via Unknown Records.

Full Album Stream: We the Heathens – “Regicide”

Wisconsin folk-punk act We the Heathens released their second full length album, Regicide yesterday. You can give the album a listen below, and if you like what you hear the album is available as a name-your-price download through We the Heathens’ Bandcamp page.

Regicide is the follow up to the band’s self-titled album, which was released on February 20, 2014 via Unknown Records.

Moral Decline stream new song “Habitual Line Crosser”

Tampa punks Moral Decline are streaming a new song, “Habitual Line Crosser”. The song will appear on the band’s upcoming EP,  Illuminaughty, and you can check it out below.

Moral Decline will release Illuminaughty some time in March 2015. It will follow the band’s last album, Get Fucking Loud, which was released on February 28, 2014.

Full Album Stream: The Sofistifucks – “We Fucking Hate It Here”

Brand new music from Toronto punks The Sofistifucks. Their new album is called “We Fucking Hate It Here,” and you can stream it in its entirety below.

Like what you here? “We Fucking Hate It Here” is available for free or pay-what-you-want download at their bandcamp page right here.

The Sofistifucks’ last album, Then They Came For Me, was released on March 8th of last year through Unknown Records.

Moral Decline stream new song titled “Nothing Will Change”

Tampa punks Moral Decline are streaming a new song, “Nothing Will Change,” and you can check it out below.

The song is currently featured on Unknown Records‘ latest compilation titled When Is It Going To Change? In Solidarity With Ferguson. The song will also appear on Moral Decline’s upcoming EP, Illuminaughty, which is slated for a March 2015 release.

The band released their last album, Get Fucking Loud, in February of 2014.

Introducing New Punk Act: Splitfist (free EP download)

Here’s a new punk act for you to add to your radar.  Splitfist hails from Milton, Ontario and the fivesome play a an aggressive brand of punk rock that calls to mind the vocals of The Flatliners’ Chris Cresswell against a slightly more pop-punky backdrop.  The group’s debut 2 song EP “Knuckle Dragger” is catchy as hell and if its any indication of what’s to come from these guys in the future I think we’re going to be hearing a lot more of these guys.  But don’t take my word for it, stream their new EP here where you can also download it for free.

The Sofistifucks release music video for “Vincible”

Toronto punks The Sofistifucks have released a music video for their song “Vincible,” and you can check it out below.

The band’s latest album Then They Came For Me was released on March 8th through Unknown Records.

Moral Decline releases 2 new demo tracks

After releasing Get Fucking Loud on Unknown Records in February, Tampa’s Moral Decline is back in the studio working on some new material.  There’s no word on a release date yet, but we’ll keep you posted.  In the meantime, you can check out 2 demo tracks below.