Southern California based rock band Movements have announced a few headlining shows this fall to cover time between tours, see below for the dates. Tickets to these shows will go on sale tomorrow at 10 am local time. The band released No Good Left to Give in 2020.
Weezer is canceling their upcoming Broadway residency. The band planned to do a six night residency celebrating ther release of their new Sznz project, which is four separate EPs. On Weezer's discord server, frontman Rivers Cuomo released a statement:
I just learned that our Broadway shows have been cancelled (due to low ticket sales and unbelievably high expenses.) I’m very sorry to be telling you this now after we’ve already invested so much time, thought, and emotion. Extra apologies to those of you who cleared schedules and made travel plans to be with us. Thanks to @Broadway Producer for all your hard work and great ideas. I loved where we were going and I hope we can find a way to resurrect our vision.
The Present Is A Foreign Land
live in Philadelphia
The Awful Disclosures of Screeching Weasel
The Rumjacks/Flatfoot 56
live in Philadelphia
They Fear Us
Cheap Shots on the Rocks
Titus Andronicus have released a video for their new song "Give Me Grief". The video was directed by Ray Concepcion and the song is off their upcoming album The Will To Live that will be out September 30 via Merge Records. Titus Andronicus released An Obelisk in 2019. Check out the video below.
Rage Against The Machine have canceled their upcoming European tour. During the band's current tour, singer Zach De La Rocha injured his leg, but the band continued the dates. However, as per medical guidance, the band is canceling the current euro tour due to the injury. You can see the band's statement below.
Captain, We're Sinking recently reunited for the first time in 5-years to play ’Good Things are Happening Fest’. A video was posted of their set from the event, see below. The event happened on August 6th at the Scranton Iron Furnaces. The band last released The King of No Man in 2017.
Catholic Guilt have released a video for their new song "Talking Fake". The video was directed by Dia Taylor. The song is a standalone single and is available digitally via Wiretap Records. Catholic Guilt released This is What Honesty Sounds Like in 2020. Check out the video below.
Vancouver based Blessed have announced that they will be releasing their second album Circuitous. The album will be out October 28 via Flemish Eye Records. The band have also released a video for their first single "Anything". The video was directed by Nathan Donovan and Jacob Dutton. Blessed released their EP iii in 2021. Check out the video and tracklist below.
New York based hardcore punks Regulate have announced that they will be releasing a new album. It is self-titled and will be out September 30 via Flatspot Records. A video for their new song "Why Can't We?" that was directed by vocalist Sebastian Paba has also been released. Regulate released In the Promise of Another Tomorrow in 2018. Check out the video and tracklist below.
On Sunday, September 25, the Rey in LA will host a tribute show to the sadly deceased Howie Pyro. Artists appearing at the gig include Tim Armstrong of Rancid, The Dickies, Jesse Malin, Wayhne Kramer of MC5, Suzi Gardner of L7, Kid congo Powers, and more. Proceeds go to the UCLA liver transplant foundation.
Mei-Ling Koller, SOIA guitar tech, says No Fun at All singer assaulted her, band responds and denies
Mei-Ling Koller is the guitar tech for Sick Of It All. She is also married to Pete Koller of the band. Earlier today, she stated that while at Brackrock fest, when she was stringing guitars, she was assaulted by Ingemar Jansson of No Fun At All, who had just walked off stage. In short, the singer walked off stage and, according to Mei-Ling, pushed and picked up the guitar tech. Pete confirmed the story. You can see Pete's instagram post below, which copies-aand-pastes Mei-Ling's post, which is currently set to private.
No fun At All have issued a response. They stated that while there was an altercation, the events did not transpire as described by the SOIA camp. You can also see the band's response below.
We are pleased to bring to you an all new Punknews Exclusive premiere from new Gainesville, FL band American Dream Survivors. The band is a four piece dark folk punk band that contain Captain Bobo (Sergio Witis) of Everymen, John David Eriksen on Cello, Nicholas Caputo on the squeezebox and Jennifer Massimin on drums. The band will be releasing a split record with This Way To The Egress through Say-10 Records sometime in 2023. See below to check out the band's video for "Just Like Me" and their late Summer and Fall show dates.
The Chats have added three new US shows for this fall. Gymshorts will be joining them on all dates. The Chats will be releasing their new album GET FUCKED on August 19 and will be touring North America in October with The Bronx, Drug Church, and Scowl. The band will also be touring Australia in September and released High Risk Behaviour in 2020. Check out the new dates below.