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New song from London band Molar (punk) ‘Auslannerwahlrecht’

Molar, a punk band from South London have a new EP Stanjero coming out December 14th via Everything Sucks. The record is up for pre-order on their bandcamp, as well as the song ‘Auslannerwahlrecht’ which is streaming below.

If you enjoy the music Everything Sucks put out, this might be worth a listen.

Millencolin announce new album “SOS”, stream title track

Legendary skate punkers Millencolin have announced that they will release their ninth studio album SOS via Epitaph on February 15th next year. It has been four years since their last full length (True Brew in 2015). The album was produced by vocalist/bassist Nikola Sarcevic and guitarist Mathias Färm.

If you are a fan of band’s traditional sound, it is likely that you will not be disappointed by the album’s title track, streaming below.

U.S. Bombs announce new album “Road Case”

California punk veterans U.S. Bombs have announced they will be releasing their new album Road Case on November 23rd via Slope Records.

You can check out the track listing below.

U.S. Bombs last released their Clash Tribute 7″ in December 2017 via Slope Records.

Quitters (pop-punk) streaming new single “Better Off Dead” off upcoming album

French pop-punks Quitters are streaming the first single “Better off Dead” off of their upcoming album Singing Like Nobody’s Listening. Scheduled to be released in early 2019, this is an album you don’t want to sleep on.

Check out the new single below.

This is the first new music from Quitters since the 2017 release of Good Night Memories.

Down Memory Lane (punk) streaming new EP “Release”

Montreal punks Down Memory Lane are streaming their new EP Release. The new six song EP is being released through Thousand Island Records. With six other tracks “Coming Soon” and the message: “You can try again or wait a few months” we may be spoiled with six more tracks to this already stellar EP in a few months? Let’s hope so!

Check out the six new tracks that you can play below.

This is the first new music from Down Memory Lane since the 2017 release of Vice Cache. If you’re a fan of 90’s inspired punk rock you will thoroughly enjoy Down Memory Lane.

Band Spotlight: Connor Ratliff and Mikey Erg bring us a secular XMAS with “The Spirit of Ratliff”

The punk rock world is wide and weird, and in a joining between comedian Connor Ratliff and the incredibly busy Mikey Erg, it has just gotten a little weirder. Christmas albums aren’t entirely outside of the punk scene’s wheelhouse (just look to Bad Religion and Chris Farren), but this entry might be the most unique I’ve encountered. The Spirit of Ratliff is an ode to the season, delivered with acoustic gusto via songs like, “Have Yourself a Merry Secular Xmas,” “No One Wants A Pizza on Xmas Day,” and “Xmas is Over (Let’s Keep the Lights Up 4 Awhile).” In a more bizarre twist, this album is as much about hating summer (see: “Summer is the Worst”) as much as it is about loving Christmas—secularly, of course.

It is, in a word: ridiculous. But—for a laugh and a little holiday cheer (or to curse the sun), you might just want to take a trip over to State Champion Records and check out the pre-order. The Spirit of Ratliff comes out, appropriately, on Black Friday (11/23), but for a more immediate taste of what the Chris Gethard alums have cooked up, check out the video below for “XMAS is the Best.”

Keep True (pop punk) release debut EP “Digging Up Bones”

Keep True (Kansas City) released their brand new EP, “Digging Up Bones”, on November 16th.

Checkout two singles off the EP, “Living” and “Deal With It” below.

Stream the new Brendan Kelly And The Wandering Birds album “Keep Walking Pal”

Brendan Kelly And The Wandering Birds (side project of Lawrence Arms frontman) are releasing a new album titled “Keep Walking Pal” on Black Friday 11-23 via Red Scare Industries.

This album is electric, and upbeat, with an oddly funky pop punk sound instead of the darker tones of his previous one. It’s definitely not your normal “solo guy” record.

Check it out below.

From States Away (pop punk) announce new ep and release new video

From States Away have a new EP ‘I Swear This Light Won’t Fade’ coming out on December 7th. The new four song release follows two previous EPs, 2015’s ‘We’re All Lost Too’ and 2016’s ‘Hypervigilant’.

You can check out the video for the opening song below.

Their sound channels early 2000s bands like Name Taken and No Motiv, mixing it with more modern pop-punk like Knuckle Puck or Seaway.

Dave Smalley & The Bandoleros (punk) streaming single off upcoming album

Always busy punk rock legend Dave Smalley (Dag Nasty, DYS, ALL, Down By Law) is back at it with Dave Smalley & The Bandoleros. The band is set to release their début album November 26th through Little Rocket Records

Check out the new track as well as the lead single “Red Alert” below.

Join the Outsiders is the début album for Dave Smalley & The Bandoleros. When asked about the upcoming release the band had this to say: “Punk rock and hardcore have always been a family. Together the bands, fans, fanzines, record labels, studios, radio shows, clubs and festivals created this whole world and it’s an amazing ecosystem, but we are always going to be “the outsiders” compared to the mainstream. This song is just a reminder that you are not alone. When things get tough, depend on your friends and the music.” So hurry up and check out the new song! 

Beat obsolete (punk) streaming new single off of Self Titled album

Florida based Beat Obsolete are streaming the track “Civilized War” which is off of the band’s Self-Titled album. The new album was released yesterday on A Jam RecordsBeat Obsolete is Joe Koontz of Against All Authority’s new band. Heavy on the political lyrics and raw in power, taking it back to the days of DK.” The first track off the new album does not disappoint.

You can check out the new track below.

This is the début release for Beat Obsolete. If you’re a fan of Anti-Flag or Propagandhi these guys fall somewhere between, so give them a listen.

Craig’s Brother streaming two new tracks off upcoming album

California melodic punk veterans Craig’s Brother are streaming the songs: “Meilynn’s Song” and “Harry Versus Mount Saint Helens”. The new tracks come from the band’s upcoming five song Devils in the Details EP due out in December. “Meilynn’s Song” is a testament to how tight really good melodic punk can sound, while “Harry Versus Mount Saint Helens” has a much more folksy feel to it. Both songs are pretty awesome in their own way.

You can check out “Meilynn’s Song” below and go here to check out “Harry Truman Versus Mount Saint Helens”.

This is the first new music from Craig’s Brother since the 2011 masterpiece Insidious Lie. If you’re a fan of No Use For A Name or Family Meeting you will enjoy these guys.

Drip-Fed (hardcore) streaming new self titled album

Austin hardcore act Drip-Fed are streaming their début self-titled album on Coin Toss Records. Featuring nine action packed hardcore tracks this album is a must listen for hardcore fans.

Check out the new album below.

This is the début album for Drip-Fed. If you’re a fan of Madball or Municipal Waste you will dig these guys.

The Throwups (punk) streaming new single “Twins” off of upcoming album

San Francisco based punks The Throwups are streaming the single “Twins” off of their upcoming album Male, Pale and Stale. The album was recorded in September alongside Jesse Nichols (Iggy and the Stooges, Ty Segall, Death Valley Girls) at Atomic Garden Studio in Oakland, California.

Check out the single below.

This is the first new music from The Throwups since their 2016 Demo album. 

Wiretap Records release the 2nd installment of their charity compilation series

Wiretap Records have released their second charity compilation, “Attention! A Wiretap Records Charity Compilation” part two. Hot on the heels of the first comp, the label have put together a 30 track affair, with proceeds all going to the ACLU. Bands include Radar State, Audio Karate, The Smoking Popes and many others.

You can have a listen below – and order from Bandcamp.