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Outtacontroller (Candian power-pop) release “Glassy Eyes” single for name-your-price

Haligonian powerful poppists Outtacontroller have put out their newest single, “Glassy Eyes,” for name-your-price at bandcamp!

Check it out in the stream below, and pick it up from at bandcamp.

Outtacontroller’s last release was the “No Echo” EP early this year, which is also name-your-price. Hot damn!



88 Fingers Louie stream Motley Crue and Foreigner covers

88 Fingers Louie has released a two song EP, “Get Off My Lawn.” It’s covers of Motley Crue’s “Red Hot” and Foreigner’s “Long, Long, Way From Home.” And it’s actually pretty great.

Strap on your Foreigner belts, dirty white boys, because it’s time to get hot blooded. Check out the stream below, and pick up the EP for $2 digital or a $7 record. That’s a dollar an inch, baby.



Freedumb (skate punk, Norway) release new single “Stuck In A Dream”

Norway’s skate punk exports Freedumb have released another new track. The trio recently released new track  “Let It Slide” –  they’ve now followed it up with new single “Stuck In A Dream”, which you can listen to on the band’s Soundcloud ahead of tomorrow’s release.

The track will feature on the follow up to last year’s full length “Feeding The Tapeworm”.



The Murderburgers announced new EP, premiere new song “Turning 29 Was a Mistake”

Like all fine things from Scotland, The Murderburgers taste a bit peaty and burn just right on the way down.

They’ve announced a new EP, “Shitty People & Toothache,” to be released July 27th on Asian Man Records (preorder here) in the US and Brassneck in the UK (fancy UK preorders here).

In the meantime, you can check out the new powerpoint video for “Turning 29 Was a Mistake” at New Noise with Fraser Murderburger’s awful backstory for the song, or go straight to the video below.

The Murderburgers’ last full length was 2016’s “The 12 Habits of Highly Defective People.”

Make sure to drink in all that peaty Scottish goodness. Drink it real deep.

Yeeeeeeeaaaaaah.



Watashi Wa Dance Party stream EP “Skate Pop Suicide”

San Diego act Watashi Wa Dance Party are now streaming their new EP “Skate Pop Suicide.”

Incorporating some ska elements and synth-pop punk, the new release promises some refreshing takes.

These guys last released Character Volume III: Erich in November 2017.

Check out “Skate Pop Suicide” below.



Street Dogs stream second track “Other Ones” off of upcoming album “Stand for Something or Die for Nothing”

Boston punk veterans Street Dogs are now streaming a second track “Other Ones” off of their upcoming album “Stand for Something or Die for Nothing.” The new album will be making it’s way to the public on June 22 from Century Media.

The track serves as an anthem to those who serve in the line of law enforcement and the mental toll it can take on them especially in today’s day and age of a politically and socially charged climate.

You can stream the new track below.



Belmont (pop punk) announce headlining tour with supporting acts Rarity and Stickup Kid

Chicago pop punks Belmont have just announced that they’ll be heading out on a headlining tour with support from Rarity and Stickup Kid.

These guys are also expecting that their debut full length album will be following up their last single of “Step Aside” released in July of 2017. We’ll keep you updated on the new album as soon as we know more!

Scope out the tour dates below.



New Found Glory release new deluxe edition vinyl “Make Me Sick Again”, video for “Call Me Anti-Social”

Pop punk icons New Found Glory have just released the deluxe edition of their album
“Makes Me Sick,” as a vinyl available as “Makes Me Sick Again.” The deluxe edition features three new tracks for the fans who didn’t get enough of NFG the first time around! You can pre order vinyl here.

In addition, the boys have dropped a new music video for their track “Call Me Anti Social” which tells the story of the three friends Sam, Jimmy, and Brooke who take on the ‘cool kids’ at the beginning of their loathed summer.

Check it out below!



The Nectars (garage punk) release video for “We Will Run”

New Jersey punks The Nectars have just released a new video for their track, “We Will Run.” The track comes off of their new album “Sci Fi Television” which is set for release on May 25 of this year.

According to lead vocalist Jessica Kenny:

“We wanted to capture the feeling of running away with your friends, escaping the monotony of daily life and believing in each other. With the long, balmy, summer days ahead we have our souls set on nostalgia. We Will Run, together.”

Check out the new video below!



Vicious Mistress Records stream new compilation “Boot and Rally Oi! Oi! Oi! Vol. 1!”

DIY record label Vicious Mistress Records are now streaming a fourteen track compilation of Oi! tracks.

Vicious Mistress most recently released their fourth volume of “Punk In The Streets” in November of 2017.

Check out the new Oi! compilation below!

 

 



Failing Up (punk) stream new EP “Voices In My Head”

LA punk act Failing Up are now streaming their new EP, “Voices In My Head.” The three track EP shows off their female fronted-punk signature style.

The four piece broke out onto the scene with their first debut EP, “Parasite” which was released in March of 2017.

Check out the new EP below.



Fucked Up announce release of limited edition 7″, stream new cover of “High Rise”

Canadian harcore act Fucked Up have announced that they’ll be releasing a new limited edition 7″ on Tankcrimes. There are only 500 copies available for sale which you can pre order here. The 7″ features a cover of “High Rise” by the Trainspotters and their track “Tower on Time.” The vinyl will officially be available June 15th, so make sure to grab a copy before they run out!

Fucked Up are also streaming their cover of the 80s classic track, which you can check out below.

 



Colour Me Wednesday (pop punk) stream new album “Counting Pennies in the Afterlife”

Uxbridge pop-punks Colour Me Wednesday are streaming their new album Counting Pennies in the Afterlife, which which was released on May 15th via KROD Records.

You can give it a listen below.

Colour Me Wednesday last released Anyone and Everyone in 2016.



Lost Love (melodic pop punk) stream new album “Good Luck Rassco”

Montreal pop-punks Lost Love are streaming their upcoming album Good Luck Rassco, which is set to be released May 25th on Stomp Records and Guerrilla Asso.

You can give the album a listen here.

This new album will be the first since 2016’s Comfortable Scars.



2 Minute Minor (Hardcore) stream new album “Blood On Our Front Stoop”

Chicago hardcore act 2 Minute Minor are streaming their new album Blood Our Front Stoop, which was released on May 11th.

You can give it a listen below, and if you like what you hear, the band is offering the whole thing as a pay what you want download.

2 Minute Minor last released A Goon’s Best Friend in June 2017.