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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.



Direct Hit (pop-punk) stream new video for “Different Universe”

Milwaukee pop-punk outfit Direct Hit are now streaming their new music video for their single “Different Universe”, off their upcoming album “Crown of Nothing.”

“Crown of Nothing”, which you can pre-order right here, is due out on November 9th via Fat Wreck Chords. It will be the band’s first full-length album since the 2016 release of “Wasted Mind.”

You can check out the cinematic new music video 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.



Rival Town release music video for “A New Normal”

Thunder Bay, Ontario pop punk act Rival Town have released a video for their new single “A New Normal,” which as released on October 4th.

The song is a heart-wrenching one that deals with two of the members losing their mother to brain cancer last fall.  You can check it out below.

Rival Town last released the single, “Hide,” in July 2018.



Incisions (Hardcore, UK) sign to TNS and release video

Manchester’s Incisions have released their first video since signing to TNS Records. The band are to release their self-titled, debut album on the label next month and have released “War In Your Head” ahead of the record.

You can have a watch below.



Scumbag Millionaire release video for “Under The Spell”

Swedish punks Scumbag Millionaire just released a video for their newest single “Under The Spell”. The track is taken from their debut album, “Speed”, which has just come out last week on Suburban Records.

You can have a watch below.



Sniper 66 announce new album, release video for “Make It Mine”

Texas punks Sniper 66 have released a music video for “Make It Mine” off their upcoming album Annihilator, which is due out November 14 via Evacuate Records. Pre-order bundles are available here.

Their last release was 2016’s Buried With Your Boots On.

Check out the video below.



Action/Adventure (pop-punk) premiere music video for song “Parachutes”

Chicago pop-punk band Action/Adventure have premiered a brand spanking new music video for their single, “Parachutes.” The song, a classic melodic anthem, is also the following, according to the band:

“It’s about confronting the unknown. It’s really easy to have fears and doubts that prevent you from reaching your desires and goals; however, it takes real courage to attempt a try amongst all odds. We’re at this point in our lives where the band dream is dwindling, but we’ll be damned if we give up without a fight. We hope the video illustrates that. Shout out to all the cast, crew, and friends that made our first video a reality. We can’t thank them enough. We hope people enjoy the song and dig the video.”

You can watch the video below.



New Video: Bad Cop/Bad Cop perform “Amputations” on Live From The Rock Room

Bad Cop/Bad Cop recently finished a pretty successful run opening a full US tour for Frank Turner. On their way through Chicago, the badass foursome stopped by Mike Felumlee’s house and performed a few songs for Live From The Rock Room. The first of those songs, “Amputations,” is now available for your listening and viewing pleasure. Check it out below!

“Amputations” appears on Bad Cop/Bad Cop’s latest and greatest album, last year’s Warriors (Fat Wreck Chords).



Monuments (progressive metal) release new album “Phronesis”

Australian punk quintet Monuments have release their latest album, “Phronesis”, on October 5th via Century Media. This long-awaited album release is the band’s first release since 2014’s “The Amanuensis.”

Monuments is currently embarking on a European tour in support of their latest release, with special guests Vola and Atlas. You can see the full list of tour dates and locations below, along with the lyric video for their single “Mirror Image.”

“Phronesis” can be streamed in full here.



You Big Idiot (skate punk) stream video for “One In A Million (The Ballad of Lloyd Christmas)”

The Vancouver skate punks of You Big Idiot are now streaming the music video for their new single, “One In A Million (The Ballad of Lloyd Christmas.) The video is based on the movie “Dumb & Dumber.”

The song is from the band’s “Mega Donair” album, which was independently released in April 2018.

You can stream the video below.



Tightwire (punk) release music video for “Draggin Me”

Minnesotan punks Tightwire have released a music video for their song “Draggin Me.”

You can check it out below.

“Draggin Me” comes from the bands’ upcoming debut album, Six Feet Deep, which is set to be released on October 19th via Red Scare Industries.



Goalkeeper (pop-punk) release music video for “Nothing At All”

South Jersey/Philadelphia pop-punk act Goalkeeper have released a music video for their new single, “Nothing At All,” which was released on September 21st.

You can check it out below.

Goalkeeper last released the single “Screwdriver” in January 2018.



Something To Do (Ska) Release new video for “Good Night For Bad Decisions”

Milwaukee ska-punks Something To Do have released a video for their song “Good Night For Bad Decisions”. The video features some live footage and a tour of the local watering hole. The song itself, as most ska songs tend to do, simply put is pretty kick ass.

Give the new video a gander below.

The latest release for Something To Do is Design For Living, which was released in June of this year. If you’re a fan of The B Sharps or Mustard Plug you will most definitely be in to these guys.



Saves The Day (emo) releases lyric video for “Kerouac & Cassady”

Emo legends Saves The Day have released a video for their song “Kerouac & Cassady”. The song comes off the band’s highly anticipated new album, which is set to be released on October 26th.

Give the new song a listen below.

The upcoming album will be the first new music from Saves The Day in five years. If you’re an old Saves The Day fan this is clearly a slightly more mature band than you may remember, but for all the die-hard Saves fans no doubt you’ll love the new tune.