Punknews is pleased to debut the new video by Duderus, "I Was a Teenage Werebear." The track opens with a classic Tales From the Crypt monologue before shifting to a story about a date... and then... the Werebear attacks!
The EP is out Today via FM Records. You can find more information here. You can click Read More for the video.
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Lee Corey Oswald have released another song off of their August 5, 2014 release, Regards, titled "Regards". The stream is available through Pure Volume and also posted below. You can pre-order Lee Corey Oswald's upcoming album at No Sleep's merch store.
You can click Read More for the stream.
The UK's Bangers have established a daring gambit for their next release. From 6 p.m. August 8th through 6 p.m. August 10th, the band will be writing, recording and mastering a brand new album. According to the band, they will not write any of the songs beforehand and promises to have at least 20 minutes of music by the end of the weekend.
Further, the band will only be making the album available for purchase via a pre-sale that will occur during the same time as the recording. The band says they will not sell the release after the pre-sale goes down and explicitly asks fans to not share the material. More information can be found here.
The band is also going on tour this fall.
Albany, New York's Male Patterns, featuring members of After the Fall, Libyans and Nuclear Family, have posted a new song on their Bandcamp page. The new song, "Everyone's a Punk," will be released on an upcoming 7-inch set to be released on Shock to the System Records.
You can check out "Everyone's a Punk" by clicking Read More.
Adam E. back with three new reviews and a plea: Please stop with the Sharknado. Just stop. That is all.
Today's reviews are:
Iron Reagan has posted a lyric video for "Eyeball Gore" which will appear on their forthcoming album The Tyranny Of Will which is due out September 16, 2014.
Singer Tony Foresta on the "Eyeball Gore" Lyric Video:
This song is our tribute to all things "Eyeball Gore" related in motion pictures. Our people piled over hours of disgusting footage to make this lovely video possible. I hope you all enjoy/barf in your mouth. Long live "Eyeball Gore!"You can click Read More for the video.
Restorations released a trailer for their upcoming album, LP3 , recorded earlier this year. Recently, the band also recorded material for Call + Response, a Washington DC art project, that will open in October (co-curated by Punknews' own Kira Wisniewski). Restorations will also be hitting the road in September on their way up to Riot Fest in Toronto.
You can click Read More for the teaser video.
As part of the AV Club's Undercover series, Andrew Jackson Jihad recently played a cover song chosen from a list of options presented to them by the AV Club. The band decided to cover "Plush" by The Stone Temple Pilots.
You can see the video here. The band released Christmas Island earlier this year.
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Los Angeles hardcore punk band Dangers is joining Ceremony for a few shows on the west coast and have also announced an east coast tour with Graf Orlock and Holy.
You can click Read More for the dates.
Comeback Kid has announced an Australian tour in October. They will be touring to support their latest album Die Knowing. Rotting Out and Relentless will be joining Comeback Kid on this tour.
You can click Read More for the dates.
Frontier(s) are streaming their new EP, White Lights. It's out August 5, 2014 via Tiny Engines. The band is the new project from former Elliott singer Chris Higdon.
You can click Read More for the songs.
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