Albany's After The Fall has released a stream of their upcoming album, Dedication. Dedication is due out May 12, 2015 on Bridge Nine Records. You can click here to listen to the full stream.
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Los Angeles-based Touché Amoré will be going on a European tour in August. You can check out the dates after the jump.
The band released their last studio album, Is Survived By, in 2013.
Posted by johng on Wednesday, May 6, 2015 at 1:30 PM (EDT)
Meredith Graves of Perfect Pussy is now streaming a solo track. The tune is called "Took the Ghost to the Movies" and it's off a new split 7-inch with Kevin Devine out May 26 on Bad Timing Records. You can hear the tune below.
As a part of its "Undercover" series, Andrew Jackson Jihad and Jeff Rosenstock teamed up together to perform a mash-up of 16 songs for AV Club. You can check out the performance here.
The bands recently wrapped up a string of dates with The Smith Street Band and Chumped. AJJ's most recent album, Christmas Island, was released last year. Rosenstock released We Cool? this past March.
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Rehasher, (Roger from Less Than Jake's "other band"), has just posted it's first new material in six years. You can check out "Grudge Holder" after the jump. The song appears on Rehasher's upcoming 7-inch release, Clock Smash!, due out June 2, 2015 via Saint November. It can be pre-ordered here.
Rehasher's last studio album, High Speed Access to My Brain, was released in 2009.
Red City Radio have released a music video for "Two Out of Three Ain't Rad." You can see the video after the jump.
The song comes from their recently-released self-titled album. The Oklahoma City-based band is currently on tour with Strung Out, with a UK tour following for July.
Off With Their Heads have announced that they are canceling their summer European tour. The band stated via their Facebook page:
The band released their most recent full-length, Home in 2013.
Red Scare outfit Success have announced their upcoming touring schedule. Along with the previously announced tour with 7 Seconds and The Briggs, the band has shows leading up to Pouzza Fest and Punk Rock Bowling.
You can click Read More for the dates.
Adam E. here with four new reviews. A little history lesson for those of you who don't know. Today is Cinco de Mayo, and while most of America recalls Cinco de Mayo as a holiday founded in the mid-2000s dedicated to drinking Coronas while wearing a sombrero, it's actually meant to commemorate the Mexican Army's unexpected victory in the Battle of Puebla way back in 1862. So consider that next time you find yourself sitting in a Chili's.
Today's reviews are:
Tau Cross have released another new song. It's from their self-titled full length due out May 19, 2015 via Relapse Records.
Check out the song here.
Posted by johng on Tuesday, May 5, 2015 at 4:00 PM (EDT)
Today, Punknews is pleased to present the new EP by Basement Benders. The band's self-titled release is four shots of raw, ragged, pop punk. If you like the classic period of Lookout Records, you will like this.
The release is a combo release by Drunken Sailor Records and Dead Broke Rekerds. The release is out May 8, 2015 and you can pre-order here and here.
You can find the release on the band's Punknews.org Profile.
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