Fat Wreck Chords has revealed details about the upcoming LP from Night Birds. The album is titled Mutiny at Muscle Beach and will be released on October 2, 2015.
The band recently revealed a track from the album, which you can check out here.
You can click Read More to see the album art and track listing.
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Public Image Ltd. have released a promo video for the track "Double Trouble." The song will appear on the band's upcoming album What The World Needs Now, which is due out September 4, 2015.
You can click Read More to watch.
Posted by sam on Tuesday, July 28, 2015 at 1:00 PM (EDT)
Atlanta's Wrecking Ball ATL Festival has announced the full schedule for the 2 day event. The festival is set to take place the weekend of August 8-9, 2015. Announced bands include Descendents, Failure, American Nightmare, Knapsack, Thrice and more. You can check out the full schedule by clicking here.
The Mountain Goats have a song on the recently released soundtrack to the summer film, Paper Town. The track is called "Used to Haunt" and you can check it out below.
The song, recorded during the sessions for 2011's All Eternals Deck, was shelved due to sequencing issues. Says frontman John Darnielle, "I wanted to write a song about memory, the sweet and the sad parts together. benching it was really hard for us (but one must sacrifice all in favor of a working sequence) and we’re really glad it’s out there now!" The band released Beat the Champ earlier this year.
The Bouncing Souls, Leftover Crack, Beach Slang and All Torn Up are playing three shows together in October. Leftover Crack will be releasing Constructs of the State on October 30, 2015.
You can click Read More to see the dates.
ToyGuitar are streaming a new song, titled "Wake the Dead." You can check it out below.
"Wake the Dead" appears on the band's upcoming split with Get Dead, The Uprising and Lost in Society. The record is titled Great Thieves Escape and is due out October 10, 2015. The band released In This Mess earlier this year.
This is John G bringing you a Monday review update. This weekend I was at this is hardcore fest. Outside, one of the port-o-potties had leaked, resulting in a pool of human waste and blue liquid. Kids were surrounding the pool and daring each other to roll in it. SOME DID. What's the nastiest thing you ever saw at a concert?
Meanwhile, today's reviews are:
You can check out any of our reviews right here.
Posted by johng on Monday, July 27, 2015 at 4:00 PM (EDT)
Today, Punknews is excited to debut the new EP by Chicago, IL-based Earth Girls. On the new 7-inch, Someone I'd Like to Know, the band snaps together a killer merger of the Ramones' softer side with the jittery snap of The Rezillos. Throw in a little bit of '90s Slumberland influence and a girtty garage rock facade, and you've got a pretty rockin' eight minutes of summer here. Liz Panella, who was in Libyans, fronts the band, and while this is a little more bubbly than Libyan's hardcore slashing, she keeps a good deal of that harder edge underneath this bopping sheen.
The release is out soon via Dirt Cult Records and you can pre-order here. Meanwhile, you can listen to the whole thing right now on the band's Punknews.org Profile
Jeff Rosenstock stopped by this week's episode of "The Chris Gethard Show" for a live performance of the song "Nausea." "Nausea" appears on We Cool? , which came out earlier this year on Side One Dummy Records.
On episode 258 of the Punknews Podcast, Adam White, Mark Little and John "still recording in the parking lot of a closed Panera Bread like a creep" Gentile chat about the new Titus Andronicus record, new music from Night Birds, the latest Ceremony remix, 69 Enfermos' new record, the silent film to feature Iggy Pop and Henry Rollins, the Damned's 40th anniversary and the Toronto supergroup Lids.
We play music this episode from Black Cat Attack and Great Neck.
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Beardo pop-punkers Caffiends have released a video detailing their new album directly to Punknews. In the video, which shows the band engaging in all manner of pool-related hijinks, the band states that their new album will have the title No Gods No Decaf. (Nice Amebix / Choking Victim double homage!) The CD, tape and digital formats will be August 21, 2015 via Anti-Authority Records and you can pre-order here. The vinyl release date is TBA.
The band is also playing a record-release show that same day at Will's Pub in Orlando, Florida. Meanwhile, you can see the band celebrate their new release in the video below.
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