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Nowhere Fast (ffo: The Menzingers, Flatliners) stream “Soft Spoken” off upcoming “Aeonian” LP

In preparation for their upcoming album, Aeonian, out October 5, 2018, Louisville rockers Nowhere Fast have released a new single, “Soft Spoken”. Stream that track below



Tightwire sign to Red Scare Industries, announce debut album “Six Feet Deep”

Minnesotan punks Tightwire have just announced that they’ll be releasing their debut album “Six Feet Deep” through Red Scare Industries! According to the band regarding the new digs:

“We recorded the full record in our practice space using the cheapest recording gear imaginable and then handed it off to the great, Matt Allison. He made us sound like we totally know what we’re doing here. Thanks Matt!”

On the new addition to the family, Toby from Red Scare notes:

“So no shit, Erik from D4 texts me with a link to some music and I’m like, ‘Dammit, this is the 3rd demo today…’, then I listen and of course I love the shit out of the songs and feel like a real asshole all over again. But just to be clear, we don’t need any more submissions. We found the ONE good demo out there [laughs].” 

The album is expected to hit the public on October 19th which you can pre order here. Check out the track list below!



Ship of Fools (punk) release new album “A Perfect Place For Harmony”

Ontario gruff punks Ship of Fools have released their first album – a full length called, A Perfect Place For Harmony. It is a fast and hardcore record for all classic punk fans that just want to headband to some heavy beer-soaked tunes.

You can listen to the full thing below.

A Perfect Place For Harmony follows the band’s 2015 EP, Broken Knuckles. 



Captain Trips streaming “Chances” off upcoming album “Stand By”

U.K. based skate-punks Captain Trips are streaming the song “Chances” off of their upcoming album Stand By. The new song will instantly have you salivating for more, but unfortunately we’ll have to wait another couple of weeks to be spoiled. The album is set to be released October 5th, so mark your calendar.

Check out the new song below.

This is the first new release for Captain Trips since the 2016 release of their Self Titled EP. If you’re a fan of Bad Religion these guys remind me a lot of the True North era of Bad Religion, so go give them a listen.



Hopeless Records and Sub City streaming benefit album “Songs That Saved My Life”

Hopeless Records and their non-profit partners Sub City are streaming the début track from their amazing project Songs That Saved My Life. Neck Deep offers up a pretty wicked cover of Natalie Imbruglia’s hit, Torn. The full album will be released November 9th and features bands like Taking Back Sunday, Against Me! and the aforementioned Neck Deep.

You can check out the video for Neck Deep’s cover of Torn by Natalie Imbruglia below.

The benefit album features bands covering songs that you guessed it saved their lives. The proceeds from the project will go towards: Crisis Text Line, Hope For The Day, The Trevor Project, and To Write Love On Her Arms. You can graciously donate your money to a great cause and pre-order your album here. 



Touche Amore detail live album

Touché Amoré played their 1000th show back in February at The Regent Theater in the band’s hometown of Los Angeles to celebrate their 10-year anniversary as a band. The recording of show is to be released as a live album, “10 Years / 1000 Shows at The Regent Theater” on November 2 via Epitaph.

A video of “Flowers and You” from the set is up now. You can watch it below.



The Friday Prophets (FFO: old Green Day) stream new song “Reason, Where are You?”

Swedish punk rockers The Friday Prophets are streaming the first single from their upcoming album In the Key of Sublimation, to be released November 30th via Holy Howl Records.

The 90s-eqsue, pop-punk song “Reason, Where Are You?” is the first release from The Friday Prophets since their May EP, Vae Är Du Nu? / Att Befria Sig Sjalv. 

You can stream the new track below, and you can pre-order the whole album on vinyl right here. Then keep yourself updated on all things The Friday Prophets by following them on Spotify right here.



Loser Points (skate punk) streams new song “Sleepyhead” off upcoming album “Denial & Error”

Loser Points, a Western Canadian band of skate punks hailing from Alberta, is proud to announce the September 21st, 2018 release of their second full length record and sixth studio release, Denial & Error. The album will be the band’s first release since 2017’s Songs You Know By Fart. 

Loser Points is now streaming the album’s second single, “Sleepyhead.” This comes fresh on the heels of the first single, “Gas Lights”, released last month. You can check out both tracks below.



Saves The Day announces new album, releases lyric video

Emo/pop-punk group Saves The Day have announced they will be releasing their new album on October 26th via Rude Records.

To accompany that news, the band has released a lyric video for their new single, “Rendezvous.”  You can check that out below.

Saves The Day last released their self-titled album in September 2013 via Equal Vision Records.



Wicked Bears (Pop Punk, UT) Stream Latest Single “Chattering Teeth”

Salt Lake City pop punkers Wicked Bears are allowing fans to stream their latest single. The track is titled “Chattering Teeth” and is the first music from from the three-piece since their 2017 album Tuning Out.

Check out “Chattering Teeth” below.



Sore Points (Punk, Canada) Stream Latest Self-Titled Album

Vancouver-based punk rock three-piece Sore Points are allowing fans to stream their new album. The record is self-titled and is available now on Deranged Records. It’s the first new music from the band since their 2017 debut EP, Don’t Want To. 

You can check out Sore Points’s debut full-length below.



Quarter Tank (Crossover, Canada) Stream Latest Album “Igniter”

Quarter Tank draw on a large range of influences from across numerous hard ‘n’ heavy genres to craft their sound. Throughout their latest release there are strong hints of heavy metal, punk rock, and hard rock. It’s titled Igniter and you can stream it below.

The previous release from Quarter Tank was their 2015 effort We Brought The Fire.



One Hidden Frame (Finland) and Thousand Oaks (Italy) Stream Split EP “Antipodes”

Two of Europe’s finest melodic punk rock bands have teamed up to release a split record. It’s titled Antipodes and features two tracks from Finland’s One Hidden Frame and two from Italy’s Thousand Oaks 

The best part is that the bands are allowing you good people to stream their latest efforts for free. You can check out Antipodes below.

If you like what you hear, you can buy it from one of the following distributors: Bird Attack Records (US), Fast Decade Records (Finland), Disconnect Disconnect Records (UK), No Reason Records (Italy), and Milestone Sounds (Japan).



Fullcount (Skate Punk, Canada) Announce Full-Length “Part of the Game”

The Canadian skate punk quintet that is Fullcount have just announced a release date for their latest full-length album. Part of the Game will be ready for your listening pleasure on October 12.

According to a press release from the band’s UK distributors, Lockjaw Records, the album will comprise of 12 tracks of blisteringly fast, technical punk rock. It will also feature guest performances from the likes of Étienne Dionne (Mute), Alexis Paré (Cardinals Pride), and Émilie Plamondon (50 Shades of Punk Rock).

In addition to Lockjaw Records’s involvement, Part of the Game is being released via Thousand Islands Records and Exoshop in the US and Canada, Mud Cake Records in Europe, and Milestone Sounds in Japan.



The Shorts (Skate Punk, Australia) Stream Video for “The Judge”

Australian skate punk three-piece The Shorts are allowing fans to stream their latest visual offering. The video is for the track “The Judge”, which features on the group’s latest album Bunker Monkey – out now on Thousand Islands Records.

You can check out “The Judge” below.