For the split 7-inch each band gave the other band a song title off their upcoming album and had the band write a new song based off that title. The two songs on the release “No Closer To Heaven” and “Panic Stations.”
The Wonder Years recently release No Closer To Heaven in 2015Read more
Today Punknews is proud to premiere two songs from the upcoming Karbomb / Seagulls split 12-inch. Karbomb offers up a hardcore-punk-inspired interpretation of Aerosmith's classic "Dream On," while Seagulls turn in a melodic-punk version of Third Eye Blind's "Jumper." The split will be out later this winter on Say-10 Records, but the label will have 25 special Fest edition copies with screened covers available in Gainesville later this month. You can pre-order the regular edition here.
You can find the tracks on Karbomb's Punknews.org ProfileRead more
It is particularly notable because Ticketfly has partnered up with a lot of smaller clubs and festivals unlike Ticketmaster which dominates the stadium market. For example, Washington DC's famous 9:30 Club, and Minneapolis' Triple Rock Social Club, are Ticketfly affiliates.Read more
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New York's Moving Mountains will be releasing a 7" split with Prawn on November 27, 2015. The band has released a track titled "Deathless" from the split. The split will have two songs per band and is currently up on pre-order. You can click here to pre-order the split. Moving Mountains released Moving Mountains in 2013.Read more
Today, Punknews is pleased to debut the new tune by Go Deep!
"Designated" opens with a harsh, ambient screeching before collapsing into a modern hardcore stomp. The band flits between the driving rage of the '80s and a more modern metallic method. Listen closely and you'll hear touches of Ceremony and Paint It Black.Read more
Kylesa has just released a new album ( Exhausting Fire ), and are taking it on the road. The Savannah, GA sludge-metallers will be traveling the USA over the next two months and you can check out the dates below.
While the tour currently ends in Seattle, the band promises for dates to be added to wrap up in the South.Read more
Today Punknews is proud to premiere the upcoming split 12-inch from Teen Agers and Wolf-Face. The first half of the split features Orlando's Teen Agers playing their infectious brand of pop-punk, while the other half features the basketball-loving, facial-hair-growing band known as Wolf-Face. The split is out digitally on Say-10 Records on October 9, 2015. The label will also have 25 Fest-exclusive advance vinyl copies with screen-printed covers in Gainesville at the end of October. Regular vinyl will be available later this winter and can be pre-ordered here.
You can listen to the whole split now on Teen Agers' Punknews.org ProfileRead more
A demo version of Kurt Cobain playing "Sappy" has been released. It will be featured on the upcoming soundtrack to the Cobain documentary Montage of Heck, shown on HBO earlier this year. The original version can be found on Nirvana's 1993 contribution to the No Alternative compilation, as well as their box set of rarities, With The Lights Out .
Kurt Cobain - Montage Of Heck: The Home Recording will be released on November 13, 2015.< a>Read more
Although he claims to know "nothing about baseball," Frank Turner was asked to sing the classic "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" last Thursday at a Phillies game. Decked out in a Phillies jersey, Turner took to his twitter informing his followers that "They've sat me in the @mets area wearing my own custom @Phillies Jersey. Feeling a little conspicuous."Read more
CJ Ramone is heading to Europe in November for a month-long tour. More dates are "expected to be released shortly," according to his booking agent. You can check out the dates below.
CJ most recently released Last Chance to Dance last year, his first full-length on Fat Wreck Chords.Read more