Check out the new video by D.O.A.!

Check out the new video by D.O.A.!

Today, we are THRILLED to debut the new video by punk rock legends D.O.A.!

Frontman Joey Keithley is Canadian treasure. The man has been blasting out firece punk jams for over 40 years now and he has never wavered on his dedication to fighting for the little guy- all while setting that message to an absolutely kicking, three chord-attack. On the aptly named "Fight Back," Keithley's howl is as golden and combustible as ever while the band whips out soaring chords that are equal parts inspiring and aggressive. In the video, the band splices video of people fighting for their rights with in-studio shots of the band in their inimitable three-piece glory. D.O.A. might be first wave punkers, but their new material stacks right up there with their classics.

You can pick up the band's latest studio album right here! (They've also got an early rarities compilation coming out this summer, too!) Meanwhile, check out the video for "Fight Back" and upcoming tour dates below, right now!

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Ten Foot Pole now streaming two tracks from upcoming album

Long-running act Ten Foot Pole are now streaming the first two tracks from their upcoming album Escalating Quickly. The LP, their first of new music since 2004 (not including two new tracks on 2017's Setlist), is due out May 10th via Thousand Islands Records. The band will be embarking on a huge North American tour in support of the new album starting in May, and running through end of July with a few breaks in between.

You can check out those new tracks, and the tour info, below

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Underdog, Murphy's Law and more to play Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market

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Legendary NYC hardcore acts Underdog and Murphy's Law have been announced to play the afterparty gig for this coming August's Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market event. Joining them will be Nowhere Roads and Fixation.

The August event will once again be hosted by Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company across the Delaware River in Pennsylvania. Tickets for the afterparty gig are separate from the daytime flea market event, so plan accordingly.

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Harley Flanagan and John Joseph settle Cro-Mags lawsuit

Harley Flanagan and John Joseph settle Cro-Mags lawsuit

Last year, Harley Flanagan filed a suit against John Joseph and Mackie Jayson for ownership of the Cro-Mags name. Today, Flanagan revealed that the suit has settled. Flanagan will take exclusive use of the Cro-Mags mark. Manwhile, John Joseph and Mackie Jayson will continue to perform as "Cro-Mags JM." For the next three months, Joseph and Jayson will perform as "Cro-Mags" as those shows were previously billed as such. See Flanagan's video where he explains the settlement and John Joseph's statement via the Cro-Mags facebook page, below.

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