The Mighty Mighty Bosstones have released a new song. It's called “Wonderful Day For The Race.” That's off While We’re At It, due out on June 15th.Read more
Beds Are Burning [7-inch]
Sorry For Your Loss
Live in Philadelphia
Recorded Songs [EP]
I Wanna Be Well [book]
Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino
France's Dirty Fonzy have released a new album of covers, appropriately titled Covering Punk Songs. The eight song album sees the band cover tracks from such punk luminaries as Face to Face, NOFX, and Bad Religion. As part of a multi-media project, the band also produced a series of four videos, each of which has them playing two of the tracks from the album. You can check out the first video in that series below.Read more
For the past few years, John Joseph of the Cro-Mags has given walking tours where he takes people around NYC and gives them a punk rock focused history of the area. Joseph says, "We will drop by the famous CBGB’s location where The Ramones and so many other legendary punk bands started. We’ll walk by Great Gildersleeves where the Hells Angels regularly ran people over on their motorcycles. Stroll down memory lane at Saint Marks Place passing Trash and Vaudeville (punk store), the Electric Circus where the likes of Bad Brains, Crass, and so many others jammed. All the while telling you my anecdotes and funny stories of the crazy shit I’ve seen go down." Joseph has resumed the tour this summer and you can find more information here.Read more
New Jersey-based pop-punk band The RocknRoll Hi-Fives are releasing their debut LP, Re-Introducing the RocknRoll Hi-Fives, on June 29th via Little Dickman Records. A family band, The RocknRoll Hi-Fives are fronted by 16-year-old Eilee Centeno, her 13-year-old brother Evren on drums and their mom and dad playing bass and guitar, respectively. Watch the video for "Glass Towns" from their previous EP The Beat, The Sound, The Dragons Roar below.Read more
Rodney Anonymous of the The Dead Milkmen recently started an industrial/noise project called 7th Victim. Via twitter, he stated that not only is he working on 7th Victim's debut release, but he's also giving away demos.
He stated via his @rodneyanon twitter account: "Hey, folks. I'll be turning 55 tomorrow. As has been traditional over the last few years, I'll be asking you to donate to a charity. If you do, I'll send you an mp3 of one of the demos for the upcoming 7th Victim album in return. Here's how this works: All you need to do is to donate to either @sophie_charity (The Sophie Lancaster Foundation) or @BetoORourke (Running against Ted "Eddie Munster" Cruz, or any candidate running against Dana Rohrabacher or Devin Nunes and then DM me your email address. Do this and you'll get a free mp3. In fact, I'll send you an mp3 for EACH charity/candidate you donate to (I have tons of demos). Wanna throw a few bucks in @SenBobCasey 's direction? You'll get a free MP3.Please note that donations to Right Wingers will NOT earn you a free MP3 - just the finger. You don't need to send me proof of your donation; we're on the honor system here. Can't afford to donate? Then just spread the word about @sophie_charity and I'll count that as a donation. Thanks and I hope you enjoy the demos."
7th Victim has played a few shows, including opening for Thrill Kill Kult, but has yet to release any recorded tracks.Read more
Punknews is proud to debut the new single, "Wasteman," from London/Kentish punk quartet Skiv. The band, which is part of the Southeast London scene centred around the New Cross Inn venue, formed after the dissolution of DROPTHIS and features that band's ex-lead vocalist, as well as members of Cereal box Heroes.
"Wasteman" is one of several stand-alone singles the band plans on releasing over the course of the year, with the intention to have a new EP ready by early 2019. The song features a melodic and catchy sound, but don't let the poppy tunes catch you off-guard, though. The lyrics have a subtle undertone of frustration that permeates throughout the song. The video, produced and directed by VidiVert, follows the story of a sad sack throughout his dreary day, plus plugging instruments into fruit (who knew that would work)!Read more
Dillinger Four have revealed the details of their annual D4th of July show. This year, the show is on June 30 at Grumpys in Minneapolis. Bands playing include Dillinger Four, Boris The Sprinkler, Off With Their Heads, Murf, and Speedweed. It kicks off at 3pm and is the first at the new venue since the closing of The Triple Rock club last year.Read more
Seattle based hardcore band Regional Justice Center released tracks from their debut full length album over at Noisey. The tracks are called "Indecency" and "Control". The new album is called World of Inconvenience and is due out on June 15th though To Live A Lie Records and Forever Never Ends in the US, and Adagio830 and Straight and Alert Records in the UK and Europe. See below to check out the first two tracks.Read more
As per a tweet that the band posted on Sunday morning, Night Birds have finished recording a new album. They said, simply, "Holy shit! Just finished our new album!" This follows about a year hiatus for the band and their Mutiny at Muscle Beach album from 2015. We'll keep you updated.Read more
Hello everyone and welcome to Navel Gazing: your look back in the week in Punknews. I'm Ricky Frankeland I'll be your guide through some of the juiciest, most popular and otherwise noteworthy stories from the last seven days. Remember, every Punknews story and review is built from tips from our wonderful, good-looking readers, so get to submitting a story, feel free to submit a review or if you are a photographer continue reading below. Here's what got the strange, slow and old community talking this week: Photo Credit: John Paul Allen / PunkWorldViews.comRead more