The next wave of bands has been announced for This Is My Fest 4. The list includes Nothington, Broadway Calls, The Decline, Horror Squad, Pity Party and more. The festival is scheduled for September 28, 2017 - October 1, 2017 in Oakland, California. You can find more information about it here.Read more
Why Love Now
Kamala and the Karnivores
Kamala and the Karnivores [reissue]
The Ecstasy of Saint Theresa
Up In Arms
Out In The Storm
Slaughter Beach, Dog
Me First and the Gimme Gimmes
Rake It In: The Greatestest Hits
Live in Philadelphia
Need to Feel Your Love
Punk Goes Pop Vol. 7
As reported by TMZ, Chester Bennington of Linkin Park has committed suicide. The site says that the singer hanged himself at a private residence in Palos Verdes Estates in Los Angeles. His body was found at about 9am this morning.Read more
A couple of weeks ago we reported on Southern California DIY venue VLHS closing down and its final show, which took place on July 8, 2017. It turns out that the show's surprise headliner was Dead To Me and some footage of the band playing "Don't Lie" and "Visiting Day" (shot by Marty Ploy of The Party's Over Productions) was recently uploaded to YouTube. Dead To Me last released I Wanna Die In Los Angeles [7-inch] in 2016 via Fat Wreck Chords. You can watch the performance below and you can watch videos of some of the other bands' performances at the event right here.
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The Early November have announced a tour with The Movielife this fall. They will be touring with Heart Attack Man from September 18th to October 1st and with Racquet Club from October 3rd to October 14th. The Early November will be playing their 2003 release titled The Room’s Too Cold in full for these performances. Tickets will go on sale this Friday. See below for full tour dates.Read more
Today, Punknews is excited to debut the new video by Family Pet.
On their self-titled track, the band takes lo-fi, high energy garage punk and push it to its gnarliest limits. But, that's no coincidence- Colleen Green produced the song. In fact, this jam is so revved up and grimey it gives the Spits a run for their money. Meanwhile, in the video, frontwoman Kate Dwyer channels the bouffant of Tammy Faye Bakker while several computer animation programs have nervous breakdowns behind her- all while addressing the concept of what is "normal" in the modern American household. This song frikkin' RIPS, people.
Speaking to Punknews, the band said said, "We like incorporating pieces fetishizing imagery into our videos. Initially, we were looking for extreme growth 3D videos to use as footage. We stumbled into the world of GAMEGIRLPOWER which is a channel of muscular woman doing everything from dancing, lifting, housework etc. We were able to connect with the artist via DeviantArt, they based a muscle girl after Kate's look and the rest is history!"
Their new release Petty is out October 20. Before that, check out the wigged out video for "Family Pet" below, right now!Read more