Cross Dog

Cross Dog announce new album, release “Hard Feelings” video

Peterborough, Ontario-based hardcore punk band Cross Dog have announced that they will be releasing a new album. It is called All Hard Feelings and will be out on June 7 via Stomp Records. The band has also released a video for their new song “Hard Feelings” which was written and directed by Mikey Reid. Cross Dog released their album Hollow in 2019. Check out the video and tracklist below.

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Festivals & Events
NOFX

NOFX announce details for final Toronto and Edmonton shows

NOFX have announced the details for their upcoming final Toronto and Edmonton shows. Descendents, The Interrupters, Circle Jerks, The Suicide Machines, Subhumans, The Flatliners, Real McKenzies, Get Dead, Bad Waitress, Codefendants, Outspoken, and Het Up! will be joining them on both dates in Toronto. Those shows will take place on August 17 and 18 in Downsview Park. Descendents, The Interrupters, Circle Jerks, Adolescents, The Flatliners, Codefendants, Real McKenzies, Get Dead, Choke, and Bad Waitress will be joining them for both shows in Edmonton. Those shows will take place on August 10 and 11 at Fan Park at Ice District. These shows are part of band’s upcoming final North American tour which starts in July (they recently announced details for their final Massachusetts shows, their final Utah show, their final Texas show, and final Portland shows). NOFX released their EP Half Album today.

NOFX will be touring Europe starting in May (they recently announced the details for their final Berlin shows and Slovenia show), playing their final London shows in June, and will be playing their final shows ever in California in October.

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Frank Turner

Frank Turner to release documentary series, releases “Girl From The Record Shop” video

Frank Turner has announced that he will be releasing a documentary series called The Work: 50 States in 50 Days. The series chronicles his journey to become the first non-American to play all 50 states over the course of 50 days which he undertook in 2022. The series was directed by Aaron Roberts and will feature appearances by Fat Mike, Tim Barry, The Bronx, Pet Needs, AJJ, The Bouncing Souls, and more. The first two episodes will be out on April 23 on the Veeps streaming platform and the ext two episodes will be out on May 21. Next month Frank Turner will be attempting to set the world record for playing the most shows in different cities in 24 hours around the UK. He will be releasing his new album Undefeated on May 3 and recently released both a video and lyric video for his new song featuirng Teenage Joans called "Girl From The Record Shop". Frank Turner will be touring the US starting in May and will be bringing his ’Lost Evenings’ festival to Toronto in September. He released FTHC in 2022.

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Videos
Excuse Me, Who Are You?

Excuse Me, Who Are You?: “Let's End All of This”

Madison, Wisconsin-based emo band Excuse Me, Who Are You? have released a video for their new song “Let’s End All of This”. This marks their first-ever video release and it was directed by Evan McConahay. The song is off their upcoming debut album Double Blind which will be out on May 17. Excuse Me, Who Are You? released their EP About That Beer I Owed Ya in 2022. Check out the video below.

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Exclusive Videos
Scarboro

Scarboro : “New Normal”

We’re pleased to bring you a Punknews Exclusive premiere for NYC based punk hardcore punk trio Scarboro. The band have created a music video for their latest single “New Normal” which was released in February via WTF Records. Directed by Chris Warner and starring Lily Mo Sheen (The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent) the video brings to life the internal struggle of confronting the darker side of mental illness. See below to check out the video.

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Videos
Shannon And The Clams

Shannon and The Clams: “Big Wheel”

Shannon and The Clams have released a video for their new song “Big Wheel”. The video was directed by Vanessa Pla. The song is off their upcoming album The Moon In The Wrong Place which will be out on May 10 via Easy Eye Sound. Shannon and The Clams released their album Year of the Spider in 2021. Check out the video below.

Punkews is also giving away two tickets to see Shannon and The Clams live at the Concert Hall in Toronto, Ontario on Saturday, May 25! To be eligible you must: live in Toronto or the GTA and be over 19 years of age. If you want the tickets, email us at podcast@punknews.org and tell us why you want to go. Good luck!

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Melvins

Melvins release 'Making of Tarantula Heart' mini-doc

Tomorrow, Melvins release their new album Tarantula Heart. The album was recorded in an unusual method- Buzz Osborne had drummers Dale Crover and Roy Mayorga (Nausea, Amebix, Soulfly, Ministry) lay down drums while Osbrone and Steven Mcdonald riffed. Osborne then erased everything except the drums, and built the album upwards from the drum parts whith new instrumentation. The band released a mini-documentary about this process, which you can see below.

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'Don't Forget to Leave' announce documentary premiere

'Don't Forget to Leave' announce documentary premiere

Don't Forget to Leave a documentary about the prolific life of Tim Landers, song writer/guitarist of emo/pop punk band Transit, Misser, and Cold Collective have announced the world premiere of the film. The premiere will happen on April 27th in Stoneham, MA and will feature performances from Zac Eisenstein of Man Overboard, Joe Lacy of Transit, and Matthew Spence of The Stereo State/ WAiN. You can click here to grab a ticket to the event.

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