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Posted by aubin on Monday, August 31, 2015 at 11:00 AM (EDT)
Canadian hardcore outfit Youth Decay have announced their first full-length record. It's due out on New Damage Records later this fall. It follows up the band's debut EP, Older Fatter Drunker, which came out on New Damage in the fall of 2014.
The band includes a number of hardcore vets including Stuart Ross (Comeback Kid, ex-Living with Lions, ex-Misery Signals, Lowtalker), Benjamin Gibbs (The Grave Life), Dana Edwards (Carpenter), Loren Legare (Living with Lions) and Stu Mckillop (ex-Daggermouth, Aspirations.)
You can check out one of the songs that will appear on the record, titled "Balance," below.
Posted by aubin on Monday, August 31, 2015 at 10:00 AM (EDT)
Speedy Ortiz has posted their cover of The Cardigans' "Hanging Around." the band released Foil Deer in 2015.
Spurned by the Moneen video from the final Sellout Productions show, episode 263 of the Punknews Podcast becomes something of a love letter to local promoters. Hosts Adam White, John Gentile and Tom Trauma also chat about new music from veteran punk act D.O.A., new bands added to Fest, the new book and acoustic tunes from Bad Religion's Greg Graffin, Danzig on Portlandia and more.
This episode features music from D.O.A., Against The Grain and METZ.
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Today, we continue our series of editorials, which cover everything from serious topics to wacky diviersions.
It's almost September, so the road to FEST begins NOW. So, today, Punknews' Renaldo Matadeen, who is way down there in the Caribbean, waxes philosophical on what FEST means to someone so far away. You can read it below.
This is John G bringing you four new reviews today. September is almost upon us. So, that means, at Punknews The Road to FEST begins!!! Stay tuned for a lot of original, FESt-centric content. We begin tomorrow with an editorial about the wonderful week of wackiness. What's THE band to see at FEST this year?
Today's reviews are:
You can check out any of our reviews right here.
Posted by mark on Friday, August 28, 2015 at 5:30 PM (EDT)
Leftover Crack have announced the dates for their annual Cracktoberfest run. You can check them out below. The band will be accompanied by Days N Daze and All Torn Up.
The band's upcoming album, Constructs of the State, is due out October 30, 2015 .
Posted by aubin on Friday, August 28, 2015 at 3:30 PM (EDT)
The Saddest Landscape (shown here surprised by a camera) have posted a new track, "Souls Worth Saving." It's from their upcoming full length Darkness Forgives which is due out October 23, 2015 via Topshelf Records.
Prior to that release, they're also releasing a new 7-inch called Souls Worth Saving and is due out October 25, 2015.
Check out the song here.
Posted by johng on Friday, August 28, 2015 at 3:00 PM (EDT)
Tyler, the Creator of Odd Future has been banned from the UK. Rolling Stone reports that although Tyler had some UK dates lined up, he was informed by the United Kingdom's Home Office that his visa would be denied. A spokesperson stated:
Tyler released Cherry Bomb this year.
Laura Stevenson has posted "Torch Song." The track is from her fourth album, Cocksure. It's due out October 30, 2015 on Don Giovanni Records.
You can click Read More for the song.
Virginia's Turnover recently performed a session with the people over at Audiotree. Their session consisted of four songs from their new album Peripheral Vision, which is out on Run For Cover Records. The band performed "New Scream," "Cutting My Fingers Off," "Hello Euphoria" and "Humming."
You can click Read More to watch.
Posted by aubin on Friday, August 28, 2015 at 1:30 PM (EDT)
Blacklist Royals have posted a cover of The Cure's classic track, "Plainsong." It's the opening track from 1989's Disintegration .
The song is part of a three song EP the band is releasing called Dead Time Volume 1: Songs of The Cure which will also include covers of "A Forest " and "Pictures of You." It will be a free download when released.
You can click Read More for the song.
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