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Clowns (Punk, Australia) Stream Latest Video for Single “I Wanna Feel Again”

Aussie thrashers Clowns are allowing fans to stream their latest audio and visual offering, “I Wanna Feel Again”. The track features on the band’s much-anticipated fourth studio album, Nature/Nurture, which is due out next month on the 12th.

You can check out “I Wanna Feel Again” below.

The previous collection of tunes from Clowns was the 2017 effort, Lucid Again.



Pizzatramp (Thrash Punk, UK) Announce Latest Album, “Grand Relapse”

UK thrash punks Pizzatramp are back with a new album. The effort, titled Grand Relapse, is due out on much-loved domestic label TNS Records on April 5.

According to a press release from TNS, Grand Relapse is the finest work from the Pizzatramp three to date. Guitarist and vocalist Jim had the following to say of it:

“This album tackles the cult of Scientology, the dangers of taking pills on school nights, the stupidity of white racist scum, the systematic destruction of the NHS, the mindless hell of working rubbish jobs and a load of songs about hangovers, comedowns and drinking.”

 

The previous release from Pizzatramp was just last month – a split record with The Domestics called Discipline.

 

 



Madaline (Ska, TX) Stream Latest Album “It Is What It Is”

Texas-based ska outfit Madaline have put their entire latest album online for fans to stream. The record is titled It Is What It Is and features a total of 10 horn-driven ditties – ideal for a pre-summer skank.

You can check out It Is What It Is below. It’s the latest music from Madaline since their 2017 effort, The Coast is Clear.



Scott Sellers (Pop Punk, CA) Releases Album “Being Strange” and Stream Two Tracks

Former Rufio guitarist and vocalist Scott Sellers has released his latest solo album under his own name and will be streaming two of the tracks from the effort, which is titled Being Strange. Handling the release for Scott Sellers is Canada’s Punk and Disorderly Records.

The two songs chosen to tease the album are called “Only in December” and “Being Strange”. You can listen to them below.

The previous release from Scott Sellers was the 2018 album, Strings. 



Skipjack Stream “Safe Spaces” From Forthcoming EP

San Diego-based skate punk group Skipjack are allowing fans to stream their latest single. The effort is titled, “Safe Spaces” and will appear on a soon-to-be-released EP from the band. Further details of this release are currently unknown.

You can check out “Safe Spaces” below. The previous release from Skipjack was the 2017 album, Songs From The Great American Bargain Bin.



CJ Ramone announces new solo album, releases first single

Former Ramones bassist CJ Ramone has announced that he will release his new solo album called The Holy Spell… on May 10th via Fat Wreck Chords.

About the album’s title, CJ stated, “I never lost that magical feeling that you get from music, and that’s where the title came in. The bands that I listened to when I was young that I really enjoyed, I can still put that music on now, and it still has the same magic for me.”

The Holy Spell… is now available for pre-order, while the track listing and its lead single “Blue Skies” can be found below.



LVGER (Oi!, NYC) announce debut self-titled EP

New York City Oi! band LVGER have announced their debut self-titled EP will be released on March 21st via Oi! The Boat Records.

The band is streaming 4 of the 6 songs ahead of the release.  You can give those a listen below, and pre-order the EP here.



The Problem Addicts announce new album “Bad Breaks”

Deltona, FL’s The Problem Addicts have announced they will be releasing their new album, Bad Breaks, on May 24th via A Jam Records.

We will be sure to keep you updated as more information and hopefully some streams get announced before the release.

The Problem Addicts last released a split with RushmoreFL in December 2018 via A Jam Records.



Weak (punk, Spain) announce debut album “The Wheel”

Spanish punk act Weak have announced their debut album, The Wheel, which is set to be released in early April via White Russian Records.

To give you an idea of what to expect from the album the band is streaming “The Wheel” and “Parachutes.”  You can give those songs a listen below, and pre-order the album here.



Control Top (punk, Philadelphia) announce new album “Covert Contracts”

Philadelphia noise punk act Control Top have announced their new album, Covert Contracts, which is set to be released on April 5th via Get Better Records.

To give you an idea of what to expect from the album, the band is streaming “Type A” and “Chain Reaction.”  You can check those songs out below.

Control Top last released their self-titled EP in April 2016.



Down By Law announce new record and shows

SoCal melodic-punk veterans Down By Law have announced that they will be releasing a new album. Redoubt will be released March 22nd through Pine Hill Records. The new EP will feature the classic Down By Law sound as well as few new tricks pulled out of the guitar case and features vibrant artwork by Austrian artist Stefan Beham.

In addition to the new album (Canadians bust out the Down By Law shirts and buttons) Down By Law has announced a handful of Canadian shows to celebrate.

Check out below for the tour dates. 



Thousand Oaks (Melodic) streaming new single off upcoming album

Italy’s Thousand Oaks are streaming the track “The Roar of Consequence” off of their upcoming album Bound For Destruction. Scheduled for release April 19th through Punk & Disorderly Records this is an album you won’t want to miss. If the first song is any indication the rest of this album is going to be a peach.

Check out the new song below.

This is the first new release from Thousand Oaks since 2018’s split with One Hidden Frame titled Antipodes. If you enjoy 88 Fingers Louie, you’ll be thrilled with Thousand Oaks, so check them out.



QWAM (dance-punk) streaming second song “Buy a Toy” off upcoming S/T album

Brooklyn dance-punk outfit QWAM are streaming the second song off their upcoming self-titled album. “Buy a Toy” is the second song released off the upcoming album and I must admit, while skeptical of a thing called “dance-punk”. I found both tracks released so far quite catchy.

Don’t believe me? Check out the new songs below.

This is the first new release for QWAM since the 2018 release of the Feed Me EP. If you’re a fan of The Dance Hall Crashers (minus the ska) or Zex, these guys might just be for you.



Steve Adamyk Band (pop-punk) streams first new song off upcoming album “Paradise”

Ontario-based pop-punks Steve Adamyk Band are streaming the first new song “In Death” off of their upcoming album Paradise. The new song which features a very old-school Ramones vibe will be released along with the rest of the album March 15th through Dirtnap Records.

Check out the new tune below.

This is the first new music from Steve Adamyk Band since 2016’s banger Graceland. If you’re a fan of old-school punk check these guys out, you will not be disappointed.



Foxgrave (pop-punk) streams first track “Kill The Man” off upcoming album “Dichotomy”

Lansing pop-punks Foxgrave have are streaming the first song “Kill The Man”, off of their upcoming album Dichotomy. Set to be released March 22nd through Smog Moon Recordings, the new album will feature ten new tracks from the Michigan upstarts.

Check out the new track below.

This is the first new music out of the Lansing four piece since Nocturnal, which was released in April of last year. If you are fond of Weezer or Jawbreaker you’re sure to enjoy Foxgrave, so check them out!