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Antillectual: "Mother Inferior"
Antillectual have released a new music video for their song "Mother Inferior." The song appears on the band's Future History EP, released this…
The Arteries: "Kings of Sh*t"
Swansea, UK's The Arteries have launched a stream of "Kings of Shit," a track slated to appear on an upcoming split 7-inch with The Arrivals. Check it out below. The split is due out next month via All In Vinyl; both bands will be playing The Fest…
The Living Daylights' 'What Keeps You Breathing' available for free download
The Living Daylights have made their new album What Keeps You Breathing available for free download. Grab it at the band's website. What Keeps You Breathing is also streaming at the group's…
Antillectual: "Buyer's Remorse"
Dutch trio Antillectual has released a new video for "Buyer's Remorse." The song is culled from the group's 2010 full-length Start From Scratch! Check it out…
Chuck Ragan / Sam Russo / Jimmy Islip / Helen Chambers: '4-way split'
Today we're happy to bring you a selection of new tracks from Chuck Ragan, Sam Russo, Jimmy Islip and…
Pukkelpop canceled, casualty number rises
Organizers of the Pukkelpop Festival in Belgium have canceled the remainder of the event after yesterday's tragic stage collapse. There were several conflicting reports on the number of casualties yesterday; today Billboard is…
Morrissey: Norway massacre is "nothing" compared to actions of fast food chains
Morrissey has once again sparked controversy with his beliefs (and arguably flippant way of expressing them). At a show in Warsaw, Poland this past Wednesday, Moz launched into a diatribe before performing The Smiths' "Meat is Murder," stating that the recent massacre in Oslo, Norway was "nothing"…
The Flatliners, Astpai to release split 7-inch
In conjunction with their upcoming shows in Switzerland, Germany and Austria, The Flatliners and Astpai will be releasing a split 7-inch. Each band will cover one song from the other band: The Flatliners will cover Astpai's "Southwards" (from…
Great Cynics: "Cider For Breakfast"
AbsolutePunk has premiered the new video from Great Cynics for "Cider For Breakfast." The track appears on the band's debut full-length Don't Need Much, released last month via Kind of Like…
Great Cynics featured on Switchboard Sessions
London-based Great Cynics (née Cynics) were recently featured on Switchboard Sessions. Frontman Giles Bidder phoned in to perform "Twenty Five" and "My Quiet Lunch Break" from the band's new album Don't Need Much as well as a cover of…
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