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Raised Fist to release new album “Anthems” on November 15

Sweden’s Raised Fist are set to release their new album “Anthems” on November 15th through Epitaph Records. It’s first full-length in four years, and sees them continue with their trademark stadium sized hardcore.

The band are streaming, “Anthem”, the first single from the release right now, which you can check out below with the tracklisting.



Stream three new songs from The Decline’s new album, “Flash Gordon Ramsay Street”

Australia’s The Decline are currently streaming three new songs off their upcoming album, Flash Gordon Ramsay Street. The album will be released August 30th on Disconnect Disconnect Records, and you can check out the songs below.



Millencolin release “Sour Days” music video

Swedish punk legends Millencolin have released a music video for “Sour Days”, the latest single from their recent Epitaph Records album “S.O.S.”.

The band are currently on tour in Europe, and will perform in the UK at this year’s Slam Dunk Festival at the end of May.

Check out the video and their full list of upcoming dates below.



Millencolin working on a new album?

Swedish punk heavyweights Millencolin posted a rather intriguing picture to the band’s various social media platforms last week simply stating “Something’s Cooking”. Now you can read into this what you will, however it’s been a couple of years since we got treated to True Brew so here’s to hoping.

The latest Millencolin release as mentioned above was 2016’s True Brew. Who knows maybe it’s not a new album at all, maybe they were just having fun with eggs, either way stay tuned for more news on what Millencolin has on the stove.



Buster Shuffle (UK Ska) release video for “I Don’t Trust A Word You Say”

London ska act Buster Shuffle have released a video for their song “I Don’t Trust A Word You Say.”

You can check it out below.

“I Don’t Trust A Word You Say” comes from the bands upcoming album I’ll Take What I Want, which is set to be released on November 24th via Burning Heart Records.



DS Interview: Booze & Glory discuss their new album “Chapter IV”

One of the less covered genre’s in the punk world is Oi! Whether it be because of stigma or misinformation oi! punk remains one of the truest forms of punk rock expression. London’s Booze and Glory are fresh off their latest masterpiece released in March on Burning Heart Records, “Chapter IV” is the most complete Booze and Glory album yet. “Chapter IV” is packed with fast paced old school punk rock anthems and ageless wisdom. With the recent release of “Chapter IV” we had a chance to catch up with the legends of oi!

Check out the full interview below.



Album Review: Booze & Glory – “Chapter IV”

Pull out your combat boots and throw on your old suspenders, get ready to bust some heads and drink some pints. London’s oi! punk legends Booze and Glory are back with a brand new album that will have you singing along and thrashing about the living room like you’re in an East London pub at last call. After a battle with cancer and a few lineup changes, Booze and Glory are back with their most intriguing, anthemic album yet. 

“Chapter IV” is an album that shows a band’s true growth, the songs on the new album carry a certain message of carrying on, unity, and life passing you by. It’s a more introspective album, an album that makes you think while still keeping your head moving. While the lovely simplicity of oi! punk is still there in the guitars and drums, the lyrics carry a certain maturity that many modern oi! punk bands are lacking. The anthemic lyrics and bass heavy guitar riffs lend comparison to Rancid, but with a more real feel. The album starts out with “Days, Months, Years,” a song that starts with a superbly un-oi piano solo before carrying us off to the very best in anthemic London oi.  “Carry On” gives us a full on assault on anthemic lyrics, “but, look at me I still carry on” sounds like something just waiting to be shouted at the top of your lungs. The songs from start to finish carry meaning, and it’s a true jewel in the library of any punk fan, let alone a fan of oi! 

The new album is simply that for Booze and Glory, “Chapter IV” is the fourth full length release from the London natives, and truly the next chapter of growth for a band that already boasts a pretty loyal following. New listeners and old of Booze and Glory will find “Chapter IV” to be a great example of what Oi! Punk truly can be. Simple yet mature. From “Days, Months, Years” to “Start Believing,” Booze and Glory has knocked it out of the park.

Booze and Glory gave us everything we expected and more. This isn’t the early rough recordings of Booze and Glory we’ve gotten used to, “Chapter IV” released through Burning Heart Records is Booze and Glory at its finest, and leaves us just salivating for more.

4.5/5 stars



Booze & Glory (Oi!) embarks on year long tour

LA based Oi! band Booze & Glory is heading out for a year long, worldwide tour in support of its newly released fourth studio album. Chapter IV, which was released via Burning Heart Records, is out now and available here.

The excursion will kick off in a few short days in Germany and will carry the band to the U.S. and Mexico and on to Europe and Japan. Full tour dates can be found here. Head down below for the first set of U.S. dates. 



Booze & Glory release “Simple” music video

London punks Booze & Glory have released a music video for “Simple”, which is taken from their new album Chapter IV. You can check it out below.

Chapter IV came out on March 17th through Burning Heart Records. The band’s currently on a world tour in support of the album (all remaining dates can be found below).



Booze & Glory announce new album “Chapter IV” on Burning Heart Records

London’s Booze & Glory have revealed they will be releasing a new album titled Chapter IV this March through Burning Heart Records. The band will be appearing at this year’s Punk Rock Bowling in Las Vegas, and will soon announce a North American tour.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on Chapter IV come to light. For the time being, you can check out the album’s tracklist below.

Booze & Glory last released As Bold As Brass in 2014.



Millencolin announces Canadian tour dates with Such Gold

Swedish punk veterans Millencolin have just announced a string of shows with our neighbors up north. The tour will kick off in September with Such Gold, and the guys will be playing all around Canada.

You can check out the whole list of tour dates and locations below.

Millencolin recently released a new EP titled “True Brew” (not to be confused with their latest album of the same name), which you can listen to right here. Following a busy year of touring, the band plans to begin working on new music in 2017.



Millencolin stream new EP “True Brew”

Swedish punk veterans Millencolin are streaming their new EP True Brew, and you can check it out below. The band also released a video for the title track, which you can also see below.

The EP was released today, and you can get your very own copy here.

Millencolin will soon be touring the US with Seattle’s Success. You can read more about that here.



Millencolin announce U.S. tour dates with Success

Swedish punk veterans Millencolin have announced U.S. tour dates with Seattle punks Success. The June 2 date in Seattle will also add MxPx.

You can check out the dates and locations below.

Released last April, True Brew was Millencolin’s first studio album since 2008′s Machine 15. Later this month, the band will release the EP True Brew, which will include two previously unreleased tracks on it as well as a Swedish version of “True Brew.” Success are touring in support of their latest, “Radio Recovery,” which came out March 24th on Red Scare Industries.



Millencolin to work on new album next year

It’s been approximately ten months since Millencolin released their last record True Brew, but guitarist Erik Ohlsson recently spoke to Punktastic about the band’s plans for their next album, which they will likely begin work on after they finish touring in support of True Brew early next year. He states:

“We’re booking shows for the fall right now and we’ll probably go on touring for this album until early 2017. Then we’ll have to focus on new material, I guess. I can’t do artwork on tour or work on a new album so we definitely need a break sometime to do that.”

Released last April, True Brew was Millencolin’s first studio album since 2008’s Machine 15. Later this month, the band will release the EP True Brew, which will include two previously unreleased tracks on it as well as a Swedish version of “True Brew”.



Millencolin, Face to Face & Buzzcocks added to Punk Rock Bowling’s Las Vegas lineup

It has been announced that Millencolin, Face to Face, and Buzzcocks have been added to the Las Vegas portion of Punk Rock Bowling 2016, which will take place from May 26-30.

Bands that were previously announced included the likes of Descendents, Cock Sparrer, Flogging Molly, FLAG, and Dag Nasty.

2016 will see PRB expanding outside of Las Vegas for the first time ever, with an east coast edition taking over Asbury Park, NJ, June 10-12. More info can be found on the PRB website.