Festivals & Events
Sonic Reducer: '77 Montreal

Sonic Reducer: '77 Montreal

77' Montreal is a project that combines a punk rock music festival with a living archive of show posters from the Montreal punk scene and other fun events. The '77 refers to the pioneering year in which punk exploded onto the scene with such acts as Iggy, The Ramones, and The Clash. To celebrate another year of the festival. We have compiled a Sonic Reducer featuring the bands playing the festival. The one-day festival is hosted in Parc Jean-Drapeau in Montreal, Canada on July 27th, 2018. For more information or to attend the event, you can click here for the full details.

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The Drowns announce debut LP 'View From The Bottom,' release video

The Drowns announce debut LP 'View From The Bottom,' release video

The Drowns, which features members of Success, The Shell Corporation and Coyote Bred, have announced their first full-length. The record is called View From The Bottom and it will be released on August 31, 2018 via Live From The Rock Room, Bypolar Records and 1984 Records in the US and Gunner Records in Europe. The Drowns also released a lyric video for the first single titled "Eternal Debate." You can watch the video and see the album art below

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Stimulators to re-release 'Loud Fast Rules!'

Stimulators to re-release 'Loud Fast Rules!'

The Stimulators, the band that featured a 13 year old Harley Flanagan on drums, will be re-releasing their only album, Loud Fast Rules! . The album was originally released in 1982 via ROIR records. However, Flanagan has stated that the re-issue will be out via Frontier Records.

Via Twitter, he said: "In anticipation of the Stimulators Loud Fast Rules re-release on Frontier records, we have created a Stimulators page- website with archive coming soon- The Stimulators were one of the forefathers of NYHC. Although not a Hardcore band at all, most of the first generation of NYHC bands came out of the Stimulators audience, including The Beastie Boys, Reagan Youth, CFA, The Mob, and many others. Vinnie Stigma of Agnostic front met Roger at a Stimulators show."

The band also featured Flanagan's aunt Denise Mercedes on guitar and Patrick Mack on vocals.

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Classified Frequency: "No More Sex"

Classified Frequency: “No More Sex”

Maryland power-pop band Classified Frequency premiered a new video over at New Noise Magazine. The video is a super fun music video was shot as a teenage comedy movie for their track "No More Sex". The track is from their upcoming EP titled Black Eye and it will be available on September 25th, 2018. See below to view the music video.

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Danzig

Danzig to play with Damned and Meteors at “Halloween Hell-Bash”

Danzig recently announced that the upcoming string of shows will be his last for "a while." The last show on this West Coast run is being dubbed the Danzig 30th-anniversary "Halloween Hell-Bash." That will be at FivePoint Amphitheatre in Irvine, California on Saturday, November 3. The lineup includes The Damned and The Meteors. Venom, Inc., Power Trip, and Mutoid Man, who are also playing the other west coats dates will be there as well. Danzig has a long running affiliation with the Damned, dating back to his days with The Misfits. "Archangel," which was recorded by Samhain, was written by Danzig while he was in the Misfits and was originally intended to have vocals performed by the Damned's Dave Vanian.

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