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Happening Now: Half-hour documentary about Southampton's 'No. 3' house shows emerges.Mathias Farm of Millencolin says they have "a lot of songs already finished, demoed" but no studio time scheduled yet.Nelson Mandela's achievements will echo over countless generations. What an incredible life. RIPPat Thetic of Anti-Flag talks about new album for fall 2014 BombTheMusicIndustry to release 'Adults!...' EP on vinyl Bad Religion discuss Christmas album blink182 to hit Reading & Leeds Fest next year'Out Loud', a documentary on living off your art; feat. Chuck Ragan, henryrollins, and more; seeks Kickstarter funding.
Meet Up For Nothing. This Brooklyn based pop-punk band has been playing anywhere and everywhere for over a decade. The band has shared the stage with some notable acts such as The Bouncing Souls, Grey Area, and None More Black, and collaborated with likes of The Pete and Ernie Parada. While success has been elusive, it has always been a labor of love for this band. Punknews interviewer Christopher Barrett sat down with the band recently to talk about the fruits of persistence, good friends, and staying positive.
Posted by bryne on Monday, December 9, 2013 at 7:30 PM (EST)
Today's new reviews kick off with Matthew Bentel's synopsis of Teenage Bottlerocket's new 7-inch, American Deutsch Bag:
Read the review here.
Then, John Gentile regales us with his trip to Long Branch, NJ to see Annabella Lwin of Bow Wow Wow perform live. (If those names don't ring a bell, this probably will.)
Read the review here.
Looking for another (or any) review? Head here. Want to write and submit your own review? Do that here.
Posted by brittany on Monday, December 9, 2013 at 5:30 PM (EST)
Gainesville, FL's Dikembe and Nashville, TN's Free Throw have revealed the dates for their upcoming WinTour. You can click Read More to check them out.
Dikembe last released the Chicago Bowls [EP] (reissue) in 2013.
South East England's dirty pop-punks Gnarwolves are off on tour round England (and a bit of Scotland) with Sheffield's Nai Harvest.
Gnarwolves are supporting their Funemployed EP, and Nai Harvest their full-length Whatever, ,both released earlier this year. You can click Read More for the dates.
Today, we're pleased to bring you the new EP from Coral Springs, FL-based Featherweight, Heaven Sent. The trio's raw post-hardcore sound should appeal to fans of bands like Title Fight, Balance and Composure and Basement. Heaven Sent is due out tomorrow digitally and on cassette via Limited Fanfare.
Head to Featherweight's Punknews.org Profile to listen.
Pixies have appointed Paz Lenchatin as their new bassist for their upcoming tour. Lenchatin has worked with acts such as A Perfect Circle and Zwan.
The Pixies recently departed with former bassist Kim Shattuck.
The group have also released a music video for the track "Another Toe in the Ocean" which comes from their most recent release EP1. You can click Read More to watch.
Say-10 Records are getting into the spirit of giving by releasing their entire catalog for free download for the rest of December. This includes releases from Civil War Rust, Dirty Tactics, Great Apes, The Riot Before and many more.
You can download the releases here.
Posted by brittany on Monday, December 9, 2013 at 1:00 PM (EST)
Fake Problems' Chris Farren has released a cover of Sky Ferreira's "24 Hours" from her debut album Night Time, My Time.
You can click Read More to listen to the cover.
Fake Problems last released Real Ghosts Caught on Tape in 2010.
Albany, NY's After the Fall have revealed a handful of dates for a tour of Mexico. The group are supporting their latest effort Unkind which we streamed in its entirety.
You can click Read More to see the dates.
We're excited to give you the opportunity to win a test pressing of Joan Jett's Unvarnished . The album was released earlier this year. You can click Read More for the details.
Posted on Monday, December 9, 2013 at 9:00 AM (EST)
Some of the new releases out this week.
You can find the full list of releases this week (and album covers) right here
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