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- The Independents - Into The Light
- Touche Amore - Live On BBC Radio One: Vol 2
- KNIF - live in Philadelphia
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Have Mercy has posted a new video for "Howl." The song will appear on their forthcoming albumA Place of Our Own, due out October 27, 2014 via Hopeless Records.
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Posted by johng on Wednesday, October 1, 2014 at 4:00 PM (EDT)
Today's stream comes from Orange County, New York-based Entropy. We've got a stream of the band's new release, All Work, No Plagiarism.
On the release, the band blasts though hyper-short tunes influenced by the likes of modern hardcore champions including Paint it Black and Cloak/Dagger. But, while the musical backing comes from the east coast, the band's vocals are pure 80's California punk. Hints of Mike Muir and Ron Reyes are found in vocalist Brian Lawrence's voice as he screams about ecstasy at the Circle K. This is hardcore that doesn't forget to be punk.
You can find the pre-sale here. Meanwhile, you can find the new album on the band's Punknews.org Profile
Minus the Bear are streaming their forthcoming album Lost Loves over at Pitchfork. The album is due out October 7, 2014 via Big Scary Monsters and features 10 tracks with a few that have been remastered and re-recorded. Bassist Cory Murchy told Pitchfork:
Inevitably some of your favorite songs are going to be cut in the necessity of creating the right sequence for that particular time. Regardless of the reason they weren't included, it wasn't for lack of love and appreciation of the songs themselves.You can stream the album here.
Noisey is streaming another new track from Restorations from their forthcoming album LP3, due out October 28, 2014 via Side One Dummy Records. The song is called "Tiny Prayers." Frontman Jon Loudon told Noisey in an interview:
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King Khan and the BBQ Show have announced a short West Coast tour. It begins this Saturday. Punknews spoke to King Khan last year.
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Rancid have released three new songs from their upcoming album. The three new tunes are "Collision Course," "Honor is all we know," and "Evil's my friend." The new lp is called Honor is all we know and is due out October 27, 2014.
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Weezer is streaming their new album on iTunes. Everything Will Be Alright In The End came out yesterday. You can click here for the full stream of the album.
Mariachi El Bronx have released another song off of their latest release titled (III), which is due out November 4, 2014. The song is titled "Wildfires." Mariachi El Bronx will be touring the west coast and Europe this fall.
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Contributed by an Anonymous Source. Posted by sam on Wednesday, October 1, 2014 at 9:00 AM (EDT)
Pulley has announced that they will be playing their album Matters in its entirety for their October 18, 2014, Music for Cancer secret show in Montreal. Canada. They will also be playing with their original singer Scott Radinsky. Tickets to the show can be purchased by clicking here.
Posted by johng on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at 8:00 PM (EDT)
Philadelphia's most famous punk band, The Dead Milkmen, are about to release their new album Pretty Music for Pretty People. The album is one of the group's most frantic, jumpy, twisted releases to date. The band flips off mainstream pop, ganks a Stooges title and, as always, take a couple of kidney punches at Reagan.
Because the band is on the verge of releasing a new, perverse marvel, features editor John Gentile spoke to drummer Dean Clean about the new LP, Tastykakes, playing shows in cemeteries and another famous Philadelphian band.
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