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Modern Terror: "Brayden Is a Pot Smoker"

Modern Terror: “Brayden Is a Pot Smoker”

We are pleased to bring to you a Punknews Exclusive premiere for Vancouver, Canada's skate punk/thrash band Modern Terror newest music video, see below. The video celebrates the legalization of marijuana in Canada Today, October 17th, 2018. The track is called "Brayden Is A Pot Smoker", the video serves to celebrate the positive step forward in legalization. The track is off of the band's latest effort, Hardcore ’18, out on Stand Productions.

The band will also be playing a show on November 24th at the Venue Nightclub in Vancouver opening for The Flatliners and Living With Lions. You can click here to buy tickets to the event.

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Listen to F.O.D.'s new secret EP!

Listen to F.O.D.'s new secret EP!

This Friday, Philly punk champions F.O.D. will release their new album, No School, No Core. It's the band's ninth album in about 35 years and frankly, between its old school hardcore backbone and teenage knucklehead brain, it's one of the band's tightest albums yet. It rips.

But, what you might not know is in addition to No School, No Core, the band is ALSO releasing a super limited cassette EP on the same day! Sound Defects is the perfect encapsulation of the band- super short, super fast tunes that are as maniacal as they are weird. On the release, in addition to a bunch of orignal smashers, they cover The Monkees and Seasame Street! They also play their first acoustic tune ever. But, ya gotta pre-order the new record to get the limited tape!

Speaking to Punknews, Bassist Dave said, "We're very excited about releasing our second tape! We usually are building elaborate walls of guitars and harmonies but this time we just did it like a demo. We'd learn it, then record it, Then however long the song was, that's how long the guitar and voice overdubs took. We really didn't give it any thoughtfulness or effort at all!!" Drummer Bob added, "Chopping out some new Dave and Jim songs on This our latest creation was nothing less than a blast thanks to Mr. Bruce! Smashed out in a tiny room! I thank my lucky stars to be surrounded by such great friends!" Meanwhile, Producer Bruce H added, "For the last few years I’ve been working with FOD on this new album. It took us a long time and we thought it might be nice to have something the complete opposite of that come out at the same time. So I dragged them into DEMO CITY (my rehearsal room with a mixer and a laptop) and in one day they learned, tracked and overdubbed this new seven song tape."

Both, No School, No Core and Sound Defects are out Friday and you can pre-order it right here.. Meanwhile, check out all of Sound Defects below, right now!

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Festivals & Events
All Time Low, NOFX to play Slam Dunk Festival 2019

All Time Low, NOFX to play Slam Dunk Festival 2019

The first wave of bands playing Slam Dunk Festival 2019 has been announced. The list includes All Time Low, NOFX, New Found Glory, Waterparks, Story of the Year, Gallows, Mad Caddies, and Silverstein. The event is scheduled to take place on May 25, 2019 at Temple Newsam Park in Leeds, UK and on May 26, 2019 at Hatfield Park in Hatfield, UK. More bands will be announced at a later date.You can find more information about the festival here.

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Stray Cats working on new album

Stray Cats working on new album

According to RollingStone.com, the Stray Cats have announced that they are working on a new album that will be out in 2019. The band is also planning a tour in celebration of their 40th anniversary. This will be the group's first full-length in 25 years, which was 1993's Original Cool. You can see the band's recent tweet about it below.

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The Dead Milkmen

Dead Milkmen to play solo sets at Bassist's birthday party

This Friday, The Dead Milkmen are throwing a party for bassist Dan Steven's 40th Birthday. Most (or maybe all) of the Dead Milkmen will be playing solo sets at the party. Guitarist Joe Jack Talcum will be doing his solo thing. Singer Rodney Anonymous will be performing as the industrial-tinged 7th Victim. F. Woods of Joe Jack's band will be performing as F. Woods and the Fellow Humans. The PLIBmen and Starwood are also playing. The show is Friday at the Fire in Philadelphia.

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