Mischief Brew has announced the final details for their record release show. On June 9, 2015, the band will release This is Not for Children via Alternative Tentacles Records. However, on May 30, the band will play two record release shows. Both shows are at the Boot and Saddle in Philadelphia. The early show will feature crust punk rapper Juicy Karkass and Teenage Bigfoot. the late show will feature The Regressives and The Holy Mess.
Meanwhile, the band has plans for an extensive summer tour. You can find dates here and here.
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Posted by johng on Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 4:00 PM (EDT)
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Burger Records has announced that they will be releasing Geza X's 1981 solo debut You Goddam Kids! Prior to releasing the album, Geza X produced songs by The Germs, Black Flag, Dead Kennedys, The Avengers and more. (Fun fact: Geza X is credited with popularizing the headset mic prominent in pop music today).
The re-release is out today. You can hear a track off the album, "We Need More Power," below.
Direct Hit! have announced via their Facebook page that the are in the studio recording their next album. The band last released Brainless God in 2013.
The Copyrights have released a new video. It's for the song "Slider" off 2014's Report. The band is also about to hit the road. On many dates, they play with Teenage Bottlerocket. You can click Read More for the video.
Most of you probably know Devo's mascot/representation-of-humanity Booji Boy. Well, he's about to be immortalized as a "Throbblehead," which is a lot like a Bobblehead. The Throbblehead is being put out by Aggronautix in June.
You can find more information here.
California's Ignite have signed a new worldwide deal with Century Media. The band is set to release a new album by the end of 2015. The new album was recorded with producer Cameron Webb, who also previously recorded Our Darkest Days in 2006.
Refused have released another new track. It's called "Françafrique" and it's off their upcoming record. The record is titled Freedom and is due out June 30, 2015. You can hear it below.
Back in 2012, Derek Perry and Casey Lee (Fake Problems) released a four-song demo as Great Neck. Now the project has resurfaced with a new digital EP via their Bandcamp titled Esoterexorcism. You can check it out below.
The release is accompanied by a short story titled "The Case of the Esoteric Exorcism," a surreal detective story incorporating song lyrics.
Crossover pioneers D.R.I. will be going on tour later this year, starting in Colorado and traveling through the midwest. You can see the dates below.
The band is rumored to be releasing an EP of new material later this year. It will be their first new music in 20 years.
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Posted by johng on Monday, May 25, 2015 at 11:00 AM (EDT)
Today, Punknews is pleased to debut the new video by Los Seis Pistos. Based out of Chihuahua, Mexico, the band has made a name for themselves by blending together the different aspects of first wave punk. There's a little Ramones-core here, a little Clash worship there, some straight up rock n' roll over yonder, and of course, a few nods to another band that might have ripped of this band's name. But, when all of that is filtered through this unique cultural perspective, the band is something elese, entirely.
The track is off the album of the same name, out now. You can hear the new single, below.
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