Teenage Bottlerocket has announced some shows in Western Canada and Oregon that are scheduled for July. The band's show in Edmonton will also feature Chixdiggit!. Teenage Bottlerocket last released Stealing the Covers in 2017 via Fat Wreck Chords. You can see the list of tour dates below.Read more
Today, Punknews is pleased to debut the new video by Beechwood!
Built around a cold wave of shimmering guitars and wails, "This Time Around" pulls from the sinister aesthetic of first wave goth and the mid-70s nihilism of Bowie and Lou Reed in equal measures. Fittingly, images of war and chaos are layered on top of these nasty vibes, suggesting that the terror of the past may very well be right around the corner.
Speaking to Punknews, the band's Gordon Larence said, "There is a certain driving force or intensity in “This Time Around” that (in my mind) is met with images of conquering armies, cities burning, a sort of Wagnerian Götterdämmerung. We even recorded ourselves in combat boots marching in place on a tiled floor to enhance the effect in the song. It’s claustrophobic, paranoid, destructive, but also-- in a way it’s therapeutic. There is a certain freedom in the knowledge that any day it can all be over. The use of historical/pop-culture references illustrates this sense of impending doom. I have no doubt that humanity will one day do itself in for good, and what more damning evidence does one need than our own recent history?"
The band's new album is out now and you can pick it up here. Meanwhile, see the new video below.Read more
Danish blackgaze outfit MOL have released a video for their song "Burma" off their upcoming debut LP Jord out April 13th via Holy Roar Records. MOL explains: "As human beings, we fear the expiration of life and avoid the topic if confronted with the question of death. In modern culture we struggle to let go of our youth, as if we would go on living forever, and avoid the hard truth that everything eventually will come to an end. We all strive to make a mark that will last past our own lifetime — to make something that will make us timeless. However, in doing so we lose sight of the present. This is what the song challenges." Check out the video below.Read more
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Jason Richardson of Born of Osiris, All Shall Perish, and Chelsea Grin has released a new song with Luke Holland of The Word Alive entitled “Tendonitis.” This will be the first track off his next solo record which he says, “is going to be far beyond what anyone is expecting.” His last LP and first solo effort I came out in 2016 via Jason Richardson Music. Check out the shred fest below.Read more
RiotFest.org has premiered Elway's lyric video for their song “Crowded Conscience.” The track will be on the band's upcoming record For The Sake Of The Bit, which is due out on April 27, 2018 via Red Scare. The band will be going an east coast tour in May with Dead To Me and DFMK. You can watch the video below.Read more
Asbury Park, NJ punkers Lost In Society released a new single over at Substream Magazine. The track is called "Creature" and will be released on their new EP titled Eager Heart. Eager Heart is due out May 25, 2018 through Wiretap Records. The band will be heading out on an East Coast tour this May. See below to check out the new track.Read more
Montreal based punks Lost Love have announced they will be releasing a new album called Good Luck Rassco on May 25th through Stomp Records and Guerilla Asso. They released a teaser video, see below to announce the new album. Lost Love last released Comfortable Scars in 2016.Read more
Bay Area metal band Light This City released a brand new track over at Decibel Magazine. The track is called "Terminal Bloom" and the track will be released on a new record of the same name. Terminal Bloom is due out May 25, 2018 through Creator-Destructor Records. The band will also be heading out on a West Coast tour this June with Gygax. See below to listen to the new track and view the tour dates.Read more
Dead To Me have released a music video for their new song "Would It Kill You?" (premiered over at EarMilk.com). The band has been working on their new album and will be going an east coast tour in May with Elway and DFMK. They last released I Wanna Die In Los Angeles [7-inch] in 2016 via Fat Wreck Chords. You can watch the video below.Read more