Teenage Fanclub have released a new song called “I’m More Inclined”. The song is off of their upcoming album Endless Arcade. Endless Arcade was due to be released in March of this year but it will now be released April 30 via Merge Records . The band has also released rescheduled tour dates. All previously purchased tickets will remain valid for the new dates. Teenage Fanclub released Here in 2016. Check out the song and tour dates below.
Regional Justice Center have announced a new album. The album is called Crime and Punishment and will be out March 5 via Closed Casket Activities. The band have also released two new songs called “Absence” and “Inhuman Joy”. Regional Justice Center released their EP Institution in 2019. Check out the songs below.
Nervous Dater have announced that they will be releasing a new album. The album is called Call In The Mess and is due out February 26 via Counter Intuitive Records. The band have also released a new song called “Middle Child”. Nervous Dater released Don’t Be A Stranger in 2017. Check out the song below.
Filmmaker Scott Crawford, who directed the Salad Days documentary, is working on a new project. It's titled something Better Change and it focuses on Joe Keithley of D.O.A.'s 2018 political victory, when he was elected to a city councillor seat in Burnaby, BC. It will also looked towards the 2022 election. It's called Something Better Change. The prject is currently in the funding stage, but is expected to meet its goal. You can see the trailer right here.
The Starting Line
Live Stream - Based On A True Story
Billy No Mates
That's the Breaks [Digital Single]
The Erin Rose [EP]
Maid Of Ace
Live Fast or Die
The Raging Nathans/The Reaganomics
Hayley and the Crushers
Church of Flag [Cassingle]
Crypt Of Ice
Messengers of Deception
New Jersey punk rockers Jon Caspi & The First Gun, have released a new digital single called "She is Fine" and it features the punk rock legend Dez Cadena (of Black Flag, Misfits, FLAG). Cadena became an official member of Jon Caspi & The First Gun in 2016.
According to Caspi, "The song is about a moment in relationships with which we are all familiar. A guy notices his girlfriend has a bad look on her face. He asks, “What’s wrong?” And she says…here it comes… 'Nothing. I’m fine.' She is Fine is about the guy who lives in fear of his partner’s discontent."
The song will be part of a vinyl release later this year. Check out the song below.
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones have announced that they have signed to Hellcat Records and have released a lyric video for their new song “The Final Parade”. The video was directed by YoYoYosef. The song has a long list of featured artists. The artists featured on the song are
Tim Armstrong (Rancid), Aimee Interrupter and The Interrupters, Stranger Cole, Angelo Moore (Fishbone), Jake Burns (Stiff Little Fingers), Jay Navarro (Suicide Machines), Chris DeMakes, Pete Wesilewski, Roger Lima (Less Than Jake), Jimmy G (Murphy’s Law), Toby Morse, Rusty Pistachio (H2O), John Feldman (Goldfinger), Laila Khan (Sonic Boom Six), Robert Hingley (Toasters), Dan Vitale (Bim Skala Bim), Dave McWane (Big D and The Kids Table), Sirae Richardson, Erin Mackenzie, Brie McWane (The Doped Up Dollys), Jesse Wagner (Aggrolites), Karina Denike (The Dance Hall Crashers), Gary Bivona, Jesse Bivona, Justin Bivona, Kevin Bivona, Heather Augustyn, Freddy Cricien, Ted Hutt, Christian Jaccobs (The Aquabats), Jon Pebsworth (Buck O Nine), Peter Porker (The Porkers), Steve Jackson (The Pietasters), Felipe Galvan (Los Skanarles), Jet Baker (Buster Shuffle), Fumio Ito (Kemuri), Glen Marhevka (Big Bad Voodoo Daddy), and Roddy Radiation (The Specials).
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones released While We’re At It in 2018. Check out the video below.
New Jersey based hardcore ska band The Best of the Worst have released a new music video for their song “Better Medicine”. The song is off their upcoming album of the same name, Better Medicine, due out February 19 via Bad Time Records and Choke Artist. The Best of the Worst released their EP Painted Fools in 2017. Check out the video below.
NOFX have released a second music video for their song “Linewnewleum”. The video features bands covering “Linoleum” that were missed in the first video. The song is off of Single Album due out February 26 via Fat Wreck Chords. NOFX released First Ditch Effort in 2016. Check out the video below.
Fake Names, the band made up of Brian Baker (Minor Threat, Bad Religion), Michael Hampton (S.O.A., Embrace), Dennis Lyxzén (Refused), and Johnny Temple (Girls Against Boys, Soulside), have stated that they are working on new material. On social media the band posted, “Working at quite a distance @dennislyxzen tracking vocals for our next foot forward #ep #epitaphrecords #fakenames” along with a picture of Dennis Lyxzen in the studio. Fake Names released their self-titled album in 2020 via Epitaph Records. See the post below.
Toronto based power-pop band PONY have announced they will be releasing a new album. The album is called TV Baby and will be out April 9 via Take This To Heart Records. They have also released a music video for new song “Couch”. The video was directed by Conor Sweeney. PONY released Do You in 2017 via Buzz Records. Check out the video below.
Vancouver based punk band Rest Easy have released a lyric video for their new song “Get Busy Dyin’”. The song is off of their upcoming 7-inch, Sick Day EP out February 12 via Mutant League Records. Rest Easy is made up of members of Daggermouth and Shook Ones. Check out the video below.
Neighborhood Brats appear to have completed, or have almost completed, a new album. Singer Jenny Angelillo stated on instagram: "As we work hard on thinking of names for the new album please enjoy my list (years in the making) of how to write a hardcore album!" You can see her entire post below. We'll keep you updated/
The band last released Claw Marks in 2018 .