Brooklyn-based punk band Hot Knife. Hot Knife formed from members of Static Radio, Spanish Gamble, and Candy Hearts about a year ago. A fairly new band to the scene, they have a new flexi disk out this fall and we premiered their brand new song titled "Distant Son" here on Punknews earlier today. Editor Samantha Barrett spoke with guitarist/vocalist Luke Taylor to talk about the song and flexi discs. The flexi is available for pre-order now on Black Numbers. You can click here to pre-order the flexi.Read more
Catching up on recent weeks of the Punknews Podcast, Episode 316 saw John Gentile, Ricky Frankel and Adam White discuss G.L.O.S.S. and the Epitaph offer (along with everyone else on the punk internet). We also talked about the new Green Day video, music from Kicker, the new Against Me! full length, and Zach De La Rocha's new single.Read more
Bells on Trike
Bells on Trike [10-inch]
Prophets Of Rage
The Party's Over [EP]
Give a Glimpse of What Yer Not
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds
State Is Burning
Denver: Day Three
Dealing With Damage
Navigating The Middle Ground
Old Bullshit, Rare Bullshit, Previously Unreleased Bullshit & Live Bullshit
With little advance notice, Fucked Up have released a surprise EP. It is two songs, one clocking in at 15 minutes and the other at 30 minutes. The a-side is "This Mother Forever" and the b-side is a collaboration with Nunavut singer Tanya Tagaq called "Our own blood." Check out the release below. The band will release Year of the Snake via Tankcrimes in 2017.Read more
Today, Punknews is pleased to debut the new single by Body Stuff, the project helmed by Curran Reynolds.
"Ice" is a far out jam. The band is decidedly New York, though they pull from seemingly desperate corners of the metropolis. "Ice" starts out with a rolling, dream pop intro that would fit at home at many a Brooklyn loft. But then, just as the intro fades away, the song devolves into a sonic, post-metal pummeling that would fit right at home on a Swans record. Rarely does a band go from sounding so nice to so mean!
Speaking to Punknews about the track, Reynolds said, "'Ice' is a song about seizing the day. I wrote this one a couple winters ago when I was living alone in a house on a lake in Maine. The guest vocalist is Ariel Hall. I went to elementary school with Ariel and it felt like a nice full circle to put her on this record."
Body Stuff 2 is out November 4th via The Path Less Traveled Records. Check the the new single below, right now!Read more
A new Neaux video was released over at Noisey. The video is called "Deep Dive" and is featured off of their new cassette titled Fell Off The Deep End. Neaux consists of members of VersaEmerge, Loss Leader, Trash Talk, and Have Heart. You can click read more to watch the video.Read more
Guttermouth recently announced that they will be putting out a new, six-track EP. It will be called New Car Smell, which will be released on November 25, 2016 via Bird Attack Records and Rude Records.
You can listen to the title track and see the album art and track list below.Read more
Brendan Lukens of Modern Baseball played acoustic versions of "Apple Cider, I Don't Mind" and "Just Another Face" for Punks In Vegas's Stripped Down Sessions series. Both songs are from the band's album Holy Ghost , which came out on Run For Cover Records in 2016.
You can watch the performances below.Read more
Clrvynt.com has premiered Night Birds' new EP Who Killed Mike Hunchback, which is due out October 7, 2016 on Fat Wreck Chords. The six-song release features early demos recorded with the band's original guitarist Mike Hunchback. You can find the stream here.Read more
We are super stoked to bring to you a Punknews premiere of Brooklyn's Hot Knife new song titled "Distant Son". Hot Knife consists of members of Static Radio NJ, Spanish Gamble, and Candy Hearts. The song is featured on a brand new flexi disc that will be out this fall. The flexi is available for pre-order now on Black Numbers. You can click here to pre-order the flexi.Read more
Today, Punknews is pleased to debut the new single by The Undecided Majors.
These guys were clearly raised on the pop-punk of Alkaline Trio and late 90s Green Day. There's a true dedication to melody here, but the serrated edge flashes every so often. Speakig to Punknews, the band explained the song's background. "The song was inspired by a girl who basically had her eyes set on cheating out of spite and did so for while. It was almost like an addiction for her, yet she also felt regret. That's why the chorus is, 'Cindy's gone insane, with drug injection and constant pain…' but she refused to end it with the current guy she was with, 'Cindy just move on, these head games you play, they lasted for so long.'"
The band's new EP In Spite is slated for a December release, but you can check out the new single below, right now.Read more
It has been announced that Pulley has signed to Cyber Tracks, which is El Hefe's (of NOFX) label. You can read more about it here. The band has plans to release a new album in the future. No specifics about it have been announced as of yet, but we'll keep you posted.Read more
According to a post on their Facebook page, Allout Helter are currently at Green Door Recordings in Aurora, Colorado working on their new album, which is being produced by Trevor Reilly of A Wilhelm Scream. The band last released Ruins [EP] in 2015. Punknews recently interviewed Trevor Reilly.
You can see the full post below.Read more