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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Dang Records has released a Fat Wreck Chords tribute compilation appropriately titled A Fat Comp: A Fan-Made Tribute to Fat Wreck Chords. It is available as a free download, as well as a 12-inch double LP, which is available as a perk for contributing to the A Fat Wreck Indiegogo campaign. You can check out the compilation below.
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Great Collapse have released a track from their upcoming debut record titled Holy War. The song is called "New Abolition." Great Collapse includes members of Strike Anywhere and ex-members of Death By Stereo, Set Your Goals and Rise Against. Holy War is set to be released on End Hits Records on October 2, 2015.
This is John G bringing you a Friday review update. This week I'm headed off to This is Hardcore Fest. It's Cro-Mags time, baby! Also, The Misfits are playing all of Earth A.D.. What's your opinion of "full album" set lists. Exciting or predictable?
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Useless ID have premiered a track from the reissue of their 2008 album The Lost Broken Bones, which is out today via Fat Wreck Chords. The song is called "Dissolve" and you can listen to it here via Substream Magazine.
Make War - who were known as Sad and French in a previous life - have released a song from their upcoming self-titled Black Numbers album. It's due out August 28, 2015 and follows 2014's Sad and French .
Find it here.
Almost ten years after leaving Sum 41, guitarist Dave "Brownsound" Baksh is apparently rejoining the band. Baksh joined the band on stage at the Alternative Press Music Awards playing a smattering of the band's hits, including "In Too Deep" and "Fat Lip." Baksh seemingly confirmed this on his Instagram, posting but then deleting:
Baksh recently completed a brief tour with his band Black Cat Attack .
Sublime With Rome have released a video for the song "Wherever You Go." It comes from their most recent album, Sirens. You can check it out below.
Posted on Friday, July 24, 2015 at 9:00 AM (EDT)
Some of the new releases out this week.
You can find the full list of releases (and album covers) right here
Adam E. here with four new reviews. Today is National Hot Dog Day, so if you like eating things that are totally disgusting, enjoy!
Today's reviews are:
You can check out any of our reviews right here
Bring Me the Horizon have announced a title and release date for their upcoming album on Columbia Records. The record is titled That‘s the Spirit and is due out September 11, 2015.
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