Great Collapse, featuring Thomas Barnett of Strike Anywhere and current and ex-members of Comeback Kid, Rise Against and Set Your Goals, have posted a stream of their new song "Blood, Bread, & Roses." The song will appear on their first EP Elemental which was recorded/mixed by Chris Chasse at 525 Studios and mastered by Paul Miner at Buzzbomb Sound Labs. The self-released EP is out today. You can pick it up here.
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Contributed by an Anonymous Source. Posted by kira on Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at 12:00 PM (EST)
Only Crime will be releasing their new album Pursuance on May 13, 2014 via Rise Records.
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Earth Crisis has released a lyric video for their song "Out of the Cages," which will appear on their forthcoming album Salvation Of Innocents, out March 18, 2014.
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Honah Lee has released their third of their twelve monthly videos for the song "Driftin" which will appear on their full length this summer on GTG Records.
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Contributed by an Anonymous Source. Posted by kira on Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at 9:30 AM (EST)
Chicago's Blacklist, not to be confused with Blacklisted or Blacklist Royals, is streaming their first single "Left For Dead."
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Bloomington, IN's Outdoor Velour are embarking on a mini "tour-cation" (as the band calls them) to the Carolinas in mid-March. The duo is playing new songs, prepping for a full-length to come later this year. They last released Portrait in 2012.
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Posted by johng on Monday, March 3, 2014 at 6:00 PM (EST)
This week Morning Glory releases their new album, War Psalms.
In order to celebrate the release of the album, Punknews had Morning Glory frontman Ezra Kire pick ten of his favorite war songs and tell us a little bit about each tune. In addition to his picks, Kire penned a pretty heartfelt letter about his youth, growing up in Sri Lanka, and what the new album means to him.
You can click read more for the letter and Kire's ten favorite war tunes.
And we're back to three reviews per day, now that we've done some attic cleaning. We've still got a few old reviews left that we'll get to posting. In the meantime, we're looking to add to our staff reviewer team. If you think you can contribute at least one review per week, then please e-mail JohnG@punknews.org.
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Posted by johng on Monday, March 3, 2014 at 2:00 PM (EST)
Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters has joined the new supergroup Teenage Time Killer. The band is organized by Reed Mullin and Mike Dean of Corrosion of Conformity. The band also includes contributions from Keith Morris of OFF!/Black Flag, Jello Biafra, Nick Oliveri, Corey Taylor of Slipknot, Randy Blythe of Lamb of God and more.
There is currently no date listed for album release, but the band/project is currently working on material. Of course, the band's name is in reference to this masterpiece.
We are excited to bring you the premiere of the new music video for "Smoke N' Monsters" from Orlando, FL's Caffiends. The song comes from their self-titled release that can be purchased here via Anti-Authority Records. The full-length will see a vinyl release through the label sometime this May.
You can click Read More to watch the video.
Emmure have reportedly changed, or hidden, the title of their song "Bring a Gun To School" off their forthcoming Eternal Enemies album. Victory Records pre-orders of the album used to have the title listed as "Bring a Gun To School," but now list the track as "Untitled." Tellingly, the album also has a song called "Free Publicity."
Recently, former Emmure guitarist Ben Lionetti threatened the band with legal action if they released the track with that title.
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