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Gillian Carter: "Fragments of a Eulogy" (Punknews Exclusive)

Gillian Carter: “Fragments of a Eulogy” (Punknews Exclusive)

Today, Punknews is pleased to debut the new song by Gillian Carter.

“Fragments of a Eulogy” is an experiment in modern metalcore. The band opens the track with a dream-like atmosphere before ripping down the curtain and tumbling into heavy, spastic riffage. This band was obviously raised on Converge and are interested in pushing that sound forward. Vocalist Logan Rivera spoke to Punknews:

"Inspiration for the music and lyrics came from the cold person I became after experiencing constant let downs and allowing myself to become jaded, along with the passing of my dog Mazy. The title of the record comes from having dreams and goals in life that you set for yourself out of frustration & knowing that you can't accomplish them, these dreams just suffocate you in the end."

The tune is off their brand new album Dreams of Suffocation due out on April 8 through Skeletal Lightning (US) and Dog Knights Productions (UK). Hear the debut single, "Fragments of a Eulogy", below, right now.

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Guided by Voices

Guided by Voices reforms

Guided by Voices have reformed. The new version of the band includes Robert Pollard, Bobby Bare Jr., Kevin March, Nick Mitchell and Mark Shue. The band also has plans to release a new album, but band founder Robert Pollard plays all the instruments on it. The band will play Calgary music festival Sled Island in late June.

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Kung Fu
Tsunami Bomb:" Lemonade (2000)"

Tsunami Bomb:“ Lemonade (2000)”

NorCal's Tsunami Bomb have released "Lemonade" from their upcoming rarities album, Trust No One. "Lemonade", recorded in 2000, is a rare version of the track off of the band's 2001 release The Invasion from Within!. You can stream "Lemonade" from Bandcamp below, and pre-order Trust No One on limited edition orange vinyl, which is set to be released on February 26th, from Kung Fu Records.

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Far From Alaska: "Chills"

Far From Alaska: “Chills”

Today, Punknews is pleased to debut the new track by Far From Alaska, who, hailing from Brazil, actually are far from Alaska.

On "Chills," the band smashes dirty '80s LA synth-punk into the clean riffage of the early 2000s. Meanwhile, vocalist Emmily Barreto wails like a banshee.

The band expects to release a new album soon, but you can hear the new single below, right now.

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