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The Bouncing Souls announce tour dates

The New Jersey punks comprising The Bouncing Souls have announced a December tour with special guests World/Inferno Friendship Society.

The Bouncing Souls are currently working on an album to be released next year in honor of their 30th anniversary. Their last release was 2016’s “Simplicity”, released through Rise Records.



Lost From The Start (pop-punk) stream new album, announce tour dates

Belgian pop-punk act Lost From The Start have released their new album, “Few and Far Between”, today on Bearded Punk Records. The album’s catchy instrumentals, fused with front-woman Hilde’s melodic vocals, have created a vibe that is equal parts classic throwback and fresh innovation.

Prior to their album release, the band released a music video for their single “Off The Hook” last month. You can stream the video, along with the album itself, below. If you’re into their sound, be sure to check out the dates and locations, also listed below, of their UK tour later this month.



Tightwire (ffo: The Queers, Teenage Bottle Rocket) stream video for new single, “Six Feet Deep”

Tightwire is a Minneapolis pop-punk band that has been gracing Mid-West stages since 2016. Their debut album, “Six Feet Deep” drops this Friday, (10/16/18) on Red Scare Industries, who have played host to bands like The Lillingtons, The Copyrights and TBR. They’ve hooked-up with Dying Scene for the scoop on the band’s new title-track music video.

Six Feet Deep is a woeful love ballad… kind of, except it clocks in at a-minute-and-a-half long. It goes well with The Queers’ classic, Debra Jean, and is for anyone with a broken-hearted “DNR” tattoo.

While I can’t boast one of those, I can say that I know the feeling well, and this is easy listening music on any lonely Saturday night.  It’s old-fashioned pop-punk for wallflowers and left-overs, skeezers, steezers, and sleazers. They’ve got a few rad dates coming up with Kung-Fu Necktie, Teenage Bottle Rocket, Dillinger 4, and OWTH, to check out if they come through your town. Be sure and pick up the album when it drops on Friday and peep the first-take of Tightwire’s new video for “Six Feet Deep” with those show dates below.



Justin Courtney Pierre (Motion City Soundtrack) announces debut solo album, tour dates, video

Motion City Soundtrack front man Justin Courtney Pierre has released his debut solo album, In The Drink, which came out October 12th via Epitaph Records.  Justin has also released a music video for the song “Undone” and has announced a few months worth of tour dates starting November 1st.  You can check out the video and tour dates below.



Street Dogs announce dates for Wreck The Halls 2018

Somehow, it’s almost the holiday season again, and while it that doesn’t seem real or fair, that does bring with it some good news…the announcement of the Street Dogs‘ 2018 edition of Wreck The Halls!

Now in its thirteenth year, this year’s Wreck The Halls festivities will take place at Boston’s Brighton Music Hall between December 14 and 16. Openers vary from night by night and include such noteworthy acts as Art Thieves, Noi!se, Slapshot and more. As has been the case in the past, proceeds from the event will benefit the Massachusetts Fallen Heroes Foundation. Head below for the full rundown!

Street Dogs’ most recent release, the stellar Stand For Something Or Die For Nothing was released earlier this year on Century Media, and will be on my year-end “best of” list for sure!



D.R.I. Announce US Gulf Coast Winter Tour

The legendary crossover thrashers in D.R.I. have announced that they will be hitting the road this November and December. The band will visit a total of fourteen cities along the US Gulf Coast to round out 2018. You can check out all the dates below.

The previous musical release from D.R.I. was the 2015 record, But Wait… There’s More!, which was released on Beer City Skateboards and Records.



John Nolan (Taking Back Sunday) announces upcoming album “Abendigo”, premieres music video for “Do You Remember”, announces tour dates

John Nolan of Taking Back Sunday and Straylight Run has announced his upcoming album, Abendigo, to be released November 2nd via Collective Confusion Records. The album is available for pre-order here.

The music video for the album’s lead single, “Do You Remember”, is streaming now. Nolan says that he set out to create “a unique story with a dark edge to it”, and that’s exactly what this video is. you can check it out right below, along with the dates and locations for Nolan’s full-band November tour.

November tour tickets are available here.



Antillectual announce European tour dates

Dutch skate punk band Antillectual have announced the dates for their “The Invisible Hand Meets the Visible Fist” tour, in celebration of the new single they will be releasing on October 30th.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

Antillectual last released their single “Heads You Win, Tails We Lose” on June 6 via Uncle M Music.



The Sensations (punk, Japan) announce new album, US tour dates

Japanese punk act The Sensations have announced they will be releasing their new album, Just Let Me Turn You Up, on October 19th via Paper + Plastick.

The band has also announced some US dates with Mustard Plug, and an appearance at The FEST later this month.  You can check those dates out below.

The Sensations last released Dig Your Own Grave in November 2017 via I Hate Smoke Records.



Boss’ Daughter (Skate Punk) sets off on Rock Bautumn Tour

Our good friend (and so previously dubbed, nomadic, woolly faced fox) Chris Fox and the rest of the gang in Reno based skate punk act Boss’ Daughter are shipping off on their 2018 Rock Bautumn tour this week!

Check out the tour dates above, and pick some tix up here!

His most recent release was the 2017 slamming-self titled-solo album.



Fat Wreck Chords to release a Leftover Leftover Crack album “The E-Sides and F-Sides”

Fat Wreck Chords have been hard at work, mining the trenches to uncover all the lost and loved songs from Leftöver Crack’s career. That’s no small task, considering their 20+ years of cranking out some of the most iconic crust/punk/ska ever created. Well, after years of tracking down mislaid tapes, long-out-of-print 7”s, and hidden recordings, they are thrilled to reveal that on November 30th, LEFTÖVER LEFTÖVER CRACK will see the light of day! Packed with 30 tracks of B-sides and rarities, you’ll also enjoy two songs that were previously unreleased on digital. \

LOC will be heading out on an epic tour this November with an incredible lineup. Check out the dates with Negative Approach, Crazy And The Brains, and more, below.



Spanish Love Songs release new video for “The Boy Considers His Haircut”

L.A. punks Spanish Love Songs have released a new video for their song “The Boy Considers His Haircut”. The song comes off the band’s latest release Schmaltz was released in March of this year. The video features some cake eating and what appears to be a rousing party, however the man-eating the cake doesn’t seem to be a part of said party. It’s pretty par for the course for the grouch-punks.

Give the new video a watch below where you will also find a full list of tour dates.

As mentioned above, Spanish Love Songs released the top-shelf album Schmaltz earlier this year and are now zipping around North America in support of the new album.



Night Birds announce US tour dates

New Jersey punks Night Birds have announced a string of supporting tour dates for their latest album, Roll Credits. They will be hitting every side of the country, including a stop at FEST.

You can view a full list of dates and locations below.

Roll Credits is the first new release for the Night Birds since the 2016 release of Who Killed Mike Hunchback?



Kali Masi announce US tour

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Chicago group Kali Masi have announced a brand new tour of the US. The band will be touring out to FEST, with stops on the west coast and then some along the way. The band will be sharing dates with bands like Red City Radio, Typsetter, Western Settings, and more. You can check out a full list of dates and locations below.

Kali Masi’s latest release is their 2017 full-length, Wind Instrument. 



Voice Of Addiction release video for “Eraser”, announce tour

Chicago-based Voice of Addiction have announced a tour, as well as put out a new video with Bridge City Sessions for an unreleased song, “Eraser”. Watch the music video for “Eraser” and check those East Coast and Canadian tour dates below.