Sticks & Stones to reunite for one show

Sticks & Stones to reunite for one show

Sticks & Stones will be reuniting for a single show on November 10 in brooklyn at El Cortez. The show will be a reunion of the band's Theme Song for Nothing line up, which features Chris Callelo, Scott Hollingsworth, Osamu Kawahara, Jack Terricloth, and Johnny X. The band is playing the show because Kawahara is moving back to Japan and likely will not be in the states for some time. The openers are TBA.

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Plan 37

Plan 37: “Say Goodbye”

My Fingers! My Brain! Records is streaming the new full-length from Toronto's Plan 37, titled Say Goodbye. It's the sci-fi themed punk band's debut album and was produced by Jon Drew (Fucked Up, Tokyo Police Club). Plan 37 features members of The Deforesters, Sinkin’ Ships, The Roman Line, and The Unbelievers. The record, which comes out today (September 18) features artwork by St. John’s designer Mike Feehan, who's been behind the art on recent records from Brutal Youth and Farler’s Fury.

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Navel Gazing September 17, 2017

Navel Gazing September 17, 2017

Hello everyone and welcome to Navel Gazing: your look back in the week in Punknews. I'm Ricky Frankel and I'll be your guide through some of the juiciest, most popular and otherwise noteworthy stories from the last seven days. Remember, every Punknews story and review is built from tips from our wonderful, good-looking readers, so get to submitting a story, feel free to submit a review or if you are a photographer continue reading below. Here's what got the strange, slow and old community talking this week: Photo Credit: Scottie L

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Screaming Females

Screaming Females release hyper-limited 7-inch single

Screaming Females have just released a new 7-inch single. However, you ain't gettin' one. It was released in a run of 24 units, and was sold only this morning at Spina records in New Brunswick, New Jersey. They're all gone now. The A-side was called "Black Moon." However, the band is currently working on recording new material. we will keep you updated. The band released Rose Mountain in 2015.

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GWAR: "El Presidente"

GWAR: “El Presidente”

GWAR have released a new single. It's called "El Presidente." That's off their new album Blood of the Gods out October 20 via Metal Blade. Check out the song below.

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Pace University evacuates school after student wears bullet belt

Pace University evacuates school after student wears bullet belt

As reported by the Gothamist, yesterday Pace university was evacuated due to threat of "a man with a gun." After evacuating the school and analyzing the issue, it turns out that it was just a student wearing an anarcho-punk bullet belt. The cause for alarm was triggered when a student was in the bathroom. Meanwhile, another bullet belt wearing student was sitting on the john inside a closed stall. He dropped his pants and belt to the ground. The other student saw the belt from outside the stall and assumed that they were live bullets and cartridges. That student reported what he saw and the school was evacuated. After it was all sorted out, NYPD's deputy commissioner John Miller stated ""[It’s] probably not a very good fashion statement. We’re considering charging one individual with a fashion crime but we’re still conferring with fashion prosecutor."

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L7

L7 to release two new singles

L7 will be releasing two new singles on Don Giovanni records. That's the band's first new material in 18 years. The first single is out September 29. They're also releasing a documentary called Pretend We're Dead. Check out the trailer below.

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Chotto Ghetto's Chris Candy co-stars in Funny or Die mini-series

Chotto Ghetto's Chris Candy co-stars in Funny or Die mini-series

Chris Candy, who is one of the masterminds behind Chotto Ghetto is co-starring in a Funny or Die mini-series. The show is called Mystic Cosmic Patrol and is sort of a Power Rangers and Ultraman parody. Also starring in the series is Chris Masterson, Tim Russ, Lauara Monaco, Chelsea Tavares, Tim Jo, Minae Noji, and Gavin Hignight. The series was created by Gavin Hignight. Check out the one of episodes right here.

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Music
Bad Words: "WTF"

Bad Words: “WTF”

London, Ontario's punk band Bad Words released a new single called "WTF" over on their Bandcamp page. The band released their debut album Eat Your Heart Out in 2014. The punks will be opening for Pkew Pkew Pkew next month and will be playing Blackout Fest in November. See below to listen to "WTF" and view the tour dates.

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