Boston acts Disaster Strikes and Opposition Rising will be heading out tour this month. Disaster Strikes will be revving up towards their forthcoming album, In the Age of Corporate Personhood, due out September 9th on Alternative Tentacles. whilst Opposition Rising are returning to the road after a brief respite from their Canadian tour earlier this month. You can check out the tour dates below.Read more
According to a post from their official Facebook page, Dead To Me have gone into the studio work on new material. There was no specific mention if it was for their next album American Son of Cholo though. This will be the first new material since Jack Dalrymple reunited with the band. Guitarist Ken Yamasaki also posted a couple of tweets about being in the recording studio as well, which you can see below. The band last released Moscow Penny Ante in 2011 via Fat Wreck Chords.Read more
Hello everyone and welcome to Navel Gazing: your look back in the week in Punknews. I'm Ricky Frankel and 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: Brooklyn 99Read more
Today's photo feature is by Joe Bottino. Joe caught some snaps of Mischief Brew, Culture Shock, and World/Inferno Friendship Society at the Trocadero in Philly on July 8. Of course, this would unfortunately be the final Mischief Brew show. But for now, let's reminisce on the good times.Read more
Say It Out Loud
Car Seat Headrest
Teens of Denial
Punk's Dead: SLC Punk 2 [film]
The Other Stars
We Were Kids
Live in Holmdel, New Jersey
Battalion of Saints
Battalion of Saints [7-inch]
Rail Yard Ghosts
Mild in the Streets
Got it Made
Punk Rock Bowling
Las Vegas: Day Three
Belgium's Struggling For Reason have announced a release date of September 10th for the new EP, Last Time For Second Chances. They're also streaming a track from the album, "Long is The Road," which you can give a listen to below.Read more
Parlophone has announced the upcoming release a of new David Bowie box set. The set will be called Who Can I Be Now? (1974 - 1976) and will feature each of Bowie's albums recorded during that time period. As a bonus, the release will also feature the "unreleased" album, The Gouster. The Gouster was the working title for Bowie's Young Americans album, before Bowie and producer Tony Visconti decided on a change of direction and morphed the album into its final form.
It's unclear if the release of The Gouster will feature re-sequenced tracks which have already been released on other albums and singles, or will feature unique studio recordings. A release date has not been announced. See the track list below.Read more
Veteran rockers The Cult will be embarking on a "east of the Rockies" US tour in support of their most recent album, Hidden City, which was released in February on Cooking Vinyl/Dine Alone Records. The tour will be broken up into dates supporting Guns 'n Roses (indicated with an *), as well as their own headlining dates.
You can check out a video of the track from the album, "Hinterland," and the tour dates below.Read more
Spanish melodic hardcore act Kill The President! are currently running a quick tour throughout Europe, starting with dates in Germany before taking a brief respite, and then hitting several fests.
Kill The President!'s most recent release, the Citizens EP, was released in 2013. You can listen to the lead track from that album, and check out their tour dates below.Read more
Against Me! have some headlining east coast and midwestern shows (as well as one Canadian tour date) coming up that will lead up to their tour with Bad Religion . The shows are scheduled for mid-September and tickets are now on sale.
You can see list of shows below.Read more
King Khan has teamed up with associates of the late William S. Burroughs to create Let Me Hang You, a re-envision a series of narrations from Naked Lunch recorded by Burroughs before his death in 1997, accompanied by Khan's psych-rock talents. Described by King Khan as "the most disgusting thing you have ever heard" in a recent Bandcamp interview, the result is part audio book, part album and, true to Burroughs' style, fully shocking. Click here to stream some of the recordings .Read more