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Graduating Life (melodic punk) sign to Pure Noise

California’s Graduating Life have announced that they are joining the Pure Noise family. To celebrate, they’ve shared ‘Grad Life‘, a re-release of the band’s previous album, originally released last September and have also released a music video for ‘Carry A White Flag‘. Graduating Life began as a solo project for Bart Thompson in 2017. They have become a full band over the last year or so. Thompson, along with a few other members of Graduating Life, is also a member of bands such as Mom Jeans. and Just Friends.

Grad Life‘ was part of Dying Scene writer Carson Winter’s end of year picks. Check out the new video below.



Actionmen and Dead Neck Tease Forthcoming Split EP with Preview Video

To welcome Italian progressive punks Actionmen to their roster of artists, Germany’s Mud Cake Records have put out a teaser video of the band’s first release on the label – a split record with UK melodic hardcore three-piece, Dead Neck. 

The joint release from the two bands, titled Defections, will be out on April 30. You can check out the preview video here.

 



Mannequin Pussy (Philadelphia, PA) sign to Epitaph Records

Philadelphia, PA based Mannequin Pussy has signed to Epitaph Records.

The has released two full-length albums so far – 2014’s GP and 2016’s Romantic on Tiny Engines – and has new music “coming soon” via Epitaph. Check out their recent AudioTree session over this way.

Mannequin Pussy will also join Hot Snakes on the road next month through May on the following dates:

Fri/Apr 26- Dallas @ Curtain Club
Sat/Apr 27- Austin TX @ Barracuda
Sun/Apr 28- Houston TX @ Secret Group
Tue/Apr 30- Orlando FL @ The Abby
Wed/May 1- Atlanta GA @ Masquerade – Hell
Thu/May 2- Durham NC @ Motorco
Fri/May 3- Washington DC @ Rock and Roll Hotel
Sat/May 4- Jersey City NJ @ White Eagle



Mike Ness signs with Concord Music Publishing, confirms new Social Distortion album in the works

Billboard has an article on Mike Ness signing a publishing deal with Concord Music Publishing. Aside from archival releases to come this year, the article confirms that Social Distortion have a new album in the works that will be released via Epitaph. It’s been seven years since the last studio album ‘Hard Times And Nursery Rhymes’ also on Epitaph.

Despite the band existing for a staggering 40 years, Mike Ness has shown no signs of declining when it comes to song-writing. The new album will be a release to look out for this year!



Florida Man (post-hardcore, South Carolina) sign to spartan records, release music video

South Carolina noise punk act Florida Man have announced that they have signed to Spartan Records.  The label has reissued their debut self-titled album, and the band has also released a music video for their song “Wet Brain.”

You can check out the video and stream the album below.

Florida Man was originally released in May 2017.



Just Friends sign to Pure Noise for the re-release of their “Nothing But Love” LP

California-based ska-punk group Just Friends have signed a deal with Pure Noise to re-release last year’s Nothing But Love album. The album is out March 15th, with pre-orders up now.

To mark the announcement, the band have released a video for “Supersonic”. Have a watch below.



Clowns signs to Fat Wreck, stream “Prick” off upcoming album “Nature/Nurture”

Behold! A new Fat Wreck Chords signing! Australian hardcore exports Clowns are the latest to join the elite ranks of the label’s roster. On April 12th they’ll unleash their brand new album “Nature/Nurture” and you can get a taste of what you’re in store for via the album’s first single “Prick” below.

Vocalist, Stevie Williams expounds on their latest effort:

“Nature/Nurture is an amalgamation of our last three records, which we’ve made over the last 6 or so years,” he says. “Our line-up has been a little bit fluid over the years, but this record is the band really coming to fruition with this line-up and with all the different sounds that we’ve experimented with over the years – everywhere from super-adolescent punk rock to nine-minute long psych jams.”



Don’t Sleep sign to Victory Records

Pennsylvania hardcore band Don’t Sleep, featuring Dave Smalley (Dag Nasty, ALL, Down By Law) have signed to Victory Records. The band are to release a full length on the label in the summer.

The band has previously released two EPs, Don’t Sleep in 2017 (Unity Worldwide) and Bring The Light in 2018 (Reaper). Both are up on Bandcamp.



Vagrants (Post Hardcore, FL) Stream Video for “Clarity”, Sign to Equal Vision Records

Florida-based post hardcore band Vagrants have just signed to Equal Vision Records. To celebrate the occasion, they have decided to release a video for their track “Clarity”, which will feature on the band’s forthcoming debut EP due out at an undisclosed date in 2019.

The band’s guitarist, Jose DelRio, had the following to say about Vagrants new record label:

“We are extremely honoured to join the Equal Vision family and be apart of such a legendary roster of bands, many of which have been influential on us. It’s an incredibly humbling feeling to have such amazing people in our corner.”

You can check out “Clarity” below.



The SkudFux (punk rock) sign to Thousand Islands Records

Canadian punks The SkudFux have been announced as Thousand Islands Records latest signing. They play punk rock with elements of ska and reggae and are gearing up to release new material with their new label early next year.

In the meantime, their most recent EP ‘FERN’ is a fun listed and can be streamed below.



Bad Luck (pop-punk) sign with Take It To Heart Records release single

Take This To Heart Records has signed Brooklyn pop-punks Bad Luck. To celebrate the union Bad Luck has released their rendition of the Christmas classic “All I Want For Christmas Is You”.

You can check out the punk rock version below.

Bad Luck last released Noise In Your Head back in 2015, then seemingly vanished. Only to reappear like the ghost of Christmas past just in time for 2019.



Riverside Odds signs to Altercation Records

Philadelphia Speed-Punk outfit Riverside Odds has signed to New York/Austin based punk imprint Altercation Records. Both are planning on an early Summer release of a new full length album produced by The Supersuckers Eddie Spaghetti.

Front man and Riverside Odds ringleader R.W. Hellborn commented;

“We are extremely excited to announce our signing to Altercation Records and we want to thank Travis and JT for supporting what we do, and can’t wait to bring our style of speed punk rock & roll to even more fans as we get set to release this next album in 2019”

Travis Myers, Co-Owner of Altercation had this to say;

“We at Altercation are very happy to have signed Riverside Odds, we have been watching them grow since they had released their last record [Let The Mayhem Begin] and have become big fans of their sound …Their live show is must see and is truly second to none, and their in your face sex, drugs, rock & roll, approach to the music is a perfect fit for our label, and we look forward to working with them for years to come.”



Come Clean (pop punk) sign to Standby Records, release video for new song ‘Complicated’

Come Clean, a pop punk band from Greensboro, North Carolina have signed with Standby Records. Formed in early 2016, their sound should appeal to fans of Broadway Calls, Living With Lions and early Wonder Years.

The trio has an existing EP, released in 2016, Won’t Wait. Standby will release From Down The Street on December 7th. You can have a taste of it with the video for Complicated below.



The Cryptkeeper Five (punk) sign to Say-10 Records, release new video

New Jersy punk act The Cryptkeeper Five have announced their signing with Say-10 Records.  The label will be re-releasing the bands’ last album The Stronghold on vinyl with a bonus cover of Arcade Fire’s “Wake Up.”

To celebrate the announcement, the band has also released a video for their song “1000 Keys.”  You can check that out below along with the bands’ upcoming tour dates.

The Cryptkeeper Five originally released The Stronghold in 2016.



Mest (pop punk) original line-up to release new material on El Hefe’s label Cyber Tracks

Mest are to release their first record with the original lineup since 2005. Last week, they announced that the new music, out next year, would be on Cyber Tracks (owned by El Hefe of NOFX and his wife Jen). Cameron Webb is set to produce the new material.

In a video with DJ Rossstar,  the singer Tony Lovato discusses their new sound along with an interesting story about Green Day from 2002. Check it out below.

Mest released four albums with producer John Feldmann between 2000 and 2005 with their original lineup.  They broke up in 2006, but Tony Lovato continued the band with other musicians filling in and released one full length.  In 2015 the band reformed for the odd Chicago and LA show, and this is the first news of the original four recording together again.