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  • Timber Timbre adds 12 North American dates to 2017 tour

    Timber Timbre adds 12 North American dates to 2017 tour

    Canadian freak-folk act Timber Timbre recently announced that they’ve added a dozen North American dates to their current world tour. Beginning on April 28, the group will be playing shows in a host of US and Canadian cities including Chicago, Winnipeg, Minneapolis, Seattle, Vancouver, Portland...
  • Laura Jane Grace of Against Me! to appear on The Daily Show

    Laura Jane Grace of Against Me! to appear on The Daily Show

    The incomparable vocalist and bandleader of punk rockers Against Me! will appear this Thursday on Comedy Central's The Daily Show. With a brand new Against Me! album released in September 2016, her memoir Tranny: Confessions Of Punk Rock's Most Infamous Anarchist Sellout released a mere two months...
  • Me First and the Gimme Gimmes announce North American tour dates

    Me First and the Gimme Gimmes announce North American tour dates

    The shape-shifting, all-purpose punk rock cover band Me First and the Gimme Gimmes are back again to rock selected cities in North America. Whether they're having a ball or ruining Jonny's Bar Mitzvah, the Gimmes are always guaranteed to show you a good time. Ripping out skate-punk covers of country...
  • Western Addiction post lyric video for 'Taedium'

    Western Addiction post lyric video for 'Taedium'

    Western Addiction has posted a brand new lyric video for the track "Taedium". While the title is a synonym for boredom, it's fair to say the song and accompanying lyric video will grab your attention. In fact, "Taedium" is a ripper of a hardcore tune that strikes a beautiful balance between catchy...
  • Pinegrove put out live album and announce tour dates

    Pinegrove put out live album and announce tour dates

    New Jersey's Pinegrove have released a brand new live album via Bandcamp. Titled Elsewhere, the album was recorded while Pinegrove was on the road with Brooklyn songwriter Kevin Devine last year. The artwork echoes that of the band's 2016 studio release Cardinal, which is fitting since several of...
  • Dave Hause streams upcoming album

    Dave Hause streams upcoming album

    Philadelphia folk-punk troubadour Dave Hause is streaming his upcoming album Bury Me In Philly as a Youtube playlist. Hause, who is known for his heartfelt vocal style and thoughtful lyricism, worked with co-producers Eric Bazilian and William Wittman to craft the 11 tracks that compose his third...
  • 88 Fingers Louie recording first studio album in 18 years

    88 Fingers Louie recording first studio album in 18 years

    It's fair to say that 88 Fingers Louie has had a tumultuous lifetime as a band. Originally formed in 1993 and promptly signed to Fat Wreck Chords, they've broken up (and subsequently gotten back together) three times in their existence. In 1999, they went on a hiatus that stretched over the course...
  • Less Than Jake share details for upcoming EP

    Less Than Jake share details for upcoming EP

    As ska-punk mainstays Less Than Jake roll on into their 25th year of existence, they've shown no signs of slowing down. Anchored by founding members Chris Demakes (vocals/guitar) and Roger Lima (vocals/bass), the band has released eight full-length albums and several EPs since their 1995 debut...
  • Anti-Flag to raffle off rare LP pressing for charity

    Anti-Flag to raffle off rare LP pressing for charity

    For the better part of 30 years, Pittsburgh group Anti-Flag have been preeminent in the political punk rock scene. Throughout their ten studio albums, they've never held back their opinions and they've never taken a break from spreading their message. True to this form, one of their last acts of...
  • Dine Alone Records offer up winter sampler for free download

    Dine Alone Records offer up winter sampler for free download

    As reported by Dyingscene.com, Toronto-based independent label Dine Alone Records has released a winter sampler for the low, low price of absolutely free. The sampler is a "wintry mix" of alternative, indie, and punk bands and clocks in at a sizable 27 tracks. It's size, broad range of artists, and...
  • Toronto's The Flatliners sign with Rise Records

    Toronto's The Flatliners sign with Rise Records

    After ten years on iconic San Francisco punk label Fat Wreck Chords, The Flatliners announced today that they have signed with Oregon-based Rise Records. Changing labels is never easy, but shifting to a new home after ten years on the same label is even harder. Today, that's exactly what The...
  • Indie label Tiny Engines allows fans to name their price while supporting a cause

    Indie label Tiny Engines allows fans to name their price while supporting a cause

    According a tweet yesterday, Carolinas-based independent label Tiny Engines is making their entire discography available for "pay-what-you-will" download. Also known as "pay-what-you-want", the business model of allowing fans to name their price has at times been highly effective since it was...
  • Direct Hit! debut new music video, announce new tour dates

    Direct Hit! debut new music video, announce new tour dates

    Midwestern punk rockers Direct Hit! have debuted yet another video from their 2016 release Wasted Mind, this time for the track "Villain Alcoholic." Following the over-arching theme of the record, "Villain Alcoholic" deals with issues related to alcohol and drug abuse. In the video, we see a human...
  • Red Hot Chili Peppers announce additional dates for 2017 North American tour

    Red Hot Chili Peppers announce additional dates for 2017 North American tour

    Earlier this year, the Red Hot Chili Peppers announced The Getaway World Tour in support of their 11th studio album of the same name. Today the band has added more dates to the tour.   The Getaway World Tour will now extend into the summer with 27 additional dates, including stops at D.C.’s Verizon...
  • Boston punks The Digs premiere new video

    Boston punks The Digs premiere new video

    Up-and-coming Boston punk rockers The Digs have premiered a video for the track "Gunslinger", off their 2015 debut album Manic. For most Bostonians, the word "dig" conjures memories of the infamous "Big Dig" - a public works project to reroute a major highway that took 16 years and was plagued by...
  • Check out a new video from Brooklyn's The So So Glos

    Check out a new video from Brooklyn's The So So Glos

    Just in time for Halloween, Brooklyn punk rockers The So So Glos have hit us with a decidedly creepy video for their ripper of a single "Missionary", off their 2016 effort Kamikaze. The video, directed by Jesse Michaels of Operation Ivy, juxtapose the bouncy, indefatigable mood of the track with a...
  • Ska-punks Jaya The Cat announce December tour dates

    Ska-punks Jaya The Cat announce December tour dates

    According to a Facebook post made by Jaya The Cat this morning, this December "is gonna feel like summer". The post goes on to detail the band's upcoming touring plans, lending credibility to the band's bold statement. Although the band hasn't been particularly active in the United States after...
  • Big D and the Kids Table premiere split single with Doped Up Dollies

    Big D and the Kids Table premiere split single with Doped Up Dollies

    Well-known ska-punks Big D and the Kids Table have joined forces with fellow Bostonians the Doped Up Dollies to bring us a brand new split record featuring one track from each group. The single is set to be released through Rare Breed Recording Co., the imprint run by ska mainstays Vinnie Fiorello...
  • Watch Night Riots transform in new 'Nothing Personal' clip

    Watch Night Riots transform in new 'Nothing Personal' clip

    Days before the release of their debut album, Night Riots released the video for their latest single "Nothing Personal." In the clip, frontman Travis Hawley starts out in glamorous rock star clothes, but slowly gets covered in elaborate body paint, perhaps showing off his wild side. Check out the...
  • Punk legend Rancid announces South American tour dates

    Punk legend Rancid announces South American tour dates

    2017 is shaping up to be a banner year for beloved East Bay punks Rancid. Although the coming year lacks the historical significance of events like the 20th anniversary of their iconic record ...And Out Come The Wolves in 2015 or the band's own 25th anniversary this year, hints of new music and now...
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