Transit has posted a video for their new song "Rest To Get Better." The song will appear on Joyride, which is due out October 21, 2014 via Rise Records.
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The Moms have posted tour dates in support of their forthcoming release Buy American, due out September 23, 2014 via Paper and Plastick.
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Every Time I Die has posted another studio video from the recording of their most recent release From Parts Unknown. The album is out now on Epitaph Records.
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The Venomous Pinks have posted their new song "Can We Go!?" which will appear on their second EP, Exes & Whoas, due out on Friday, October 17, 2014. The album includes a guest appearance from Roger Miret of Agnostic Front on the track "Do You Wanna?"
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Pitchfork is streaming Whirr's forthcoming album Sway, due out September 29, 2014 via Graveface. You can listen to the album here.
Posted by johng on Wednesday, September 17, 2014 at 8:00 PM (EDT)
Cinema Cinema is one bad-ass duo. Guitarist/vocalist Ev Gold stomps around the stage, swinging his guitar like an axe while he screams, growls, and hisses nasty things into the microphone. Meanwhile, Paul Claro, who is Gold's cousin, hits the drums so hard that they literally shimmy across the stage as he plays. It sounds sort of like heavy metal played as hardcore punk -- vicious, energetic and with a little bit of swing.
The group just released their new album A Night at the Fights and finished a really, really long tour opening for Black Flag. So, features editor John Gentile spoke to Gold about the new album, boxing, reincarnation and generally being nice to people.
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Posted by johng on Wednesday, September 17, 2014 at 6:00 PM (EDT)
John G back again. We've got a fair amount of Riot Fest coverage for you, and today we're kicking it off. Was Samhain good? What band did Fat Mike dis? Read on to find out! Also, it's Wednesday so it's time for another Wednesday Trivia Time! What young punk rocker is pictured here?
Today's reviews are:
Posted by brittany on Wednesday, September 17, 2014 at 5:30 PM (EDT)
Hostage Calm have released the music video for the track "A Thousand Miles Away From Here" off of their latest record Die On Stage.
Hostage Calm will be heading to Europe with Man Overboard, Roam and Front Porch Step in November.
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Posted by brittany on Wednesday, September 17, 2014 at 5:00 PM (EDT)
Barrakuda McMurder, featuring Grath Madden of The Steinways and House Boat, has posted a new song titled "California Won/Leave Me Alone/No, Seriously, Leave Me Alone/Oh Vivien" from the new EP A Cigarette Meet Date. You can click Read More to listen.
Barrakuda McMurder last released Slow Crawl in 2009.
Posted by kira on Wednesday, September 17, 2014 at 4:30 PM (EDT)
Self Defense Family has premiered their new song "Been Passed On" over at Stereogum. The song will appear on their forthcoming album Duets, due out September 23, 2014 via Iron Pier. The band also recently announced tour dates that you can revisit here.
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Posted by brittany on Wednesday, September 17, 2014 at 4:00 PM (EDT)
Today's stream comes from Trenton, NJ-based The Great Explainer. We've got a stream of a new song titled "Defeated" off of their upcoming self-titled record that is due out October 27, 2014 via Panic State Records. Vocalist Sean Bystrzycki describes the meaning behind the song:
Defeated is about how people will blindly accept someone's stance on anything as valid, without taking into consideration that a person's viewpoint is always slanted and subjective. People can also be led to believe that the causes or struggles of those believed to be important are paramount to individuals' wants or concerns. Basically what I'm trying to convey is that people should take their own beliefs and opinions into account before siding or identifying with a larger outside group.Pre -orders are available here. You can find it on their Punknews.org Profile
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