Russian punk act Scarlet Pills have released a video for their track "Half of Everything" from their forthcoming album Your Deam is Our Nightmare. This will be the band's third full-length, and the first since their 2012 album Colonial Parody. You can check out the video below.Read more
Punknews is very excited to premiere Noi!se's new album The Real Enemy in its entirety. The record will be out on October 21, 2016 via Pirates Press Records. Featured on the album are guest vocals from Gordy Carbone of The Forgotten on “SPD,” The Interrupters on “The War Inside” and Al Barr of Dropkick Murphys and The Bruisers on the title track. US pre-orders can be found here and European pre-orders can be found here. The band has also announced some west coast shows that are scheduled for November.
You can listen to the album and see the tour dates below.Read more
Following hot on the heels of their Japan tour earlier this month, The Murderburgers will be throwing an album launch show for the release of their newest LP this weekend in Glasgow. A week later they will kick off a month-long UK and Ireland tour. Three of those gigs currently have venues TBC, so be sure to check the band's website or Facebook page closer to the dates for more info.
Their new album, The 12 Habits of Highly Defective People was released October 14th on Asian Man Records and Round Dog Records. You can listen to the track "She'll Be Filed Away" from that album, and check out the tour dates, below.Read more
The Dillinger Escape Plan
The Middle Class
The Worst Doubt
World Gone Mad
Dead To Me
I Wanna Die In Los Angeles [7-inch]
Live in Power
Planes Mistaken For Stars
John K. Samson
Beyond The Fleeting Gates
Pennsylvania's Spill have signed to No Sleep Records. They have also announced they will be releasing a full length album titled Top Ten and is streaming the first song off of the new album via BrooklynVegan titled “Can’t Keep Cool.” You can click here" to listen to the track and you can click read more to view their upcoming tour dates.Read more
Today, Punknews is pleased to debut the new video by Batwings Catwings.
Going off of "Breathless," you can tell that this band was raised on late 90s indie rock. The band opts for a clean, propulsive style that seems to be constantly in a state of acceleration. As the bright, loud guitars ring out, vocalist Dana Poblete teeters on the edge between controlled and crazed, and every so often leans more towards the latter. This band might be fans of The Strokes, the Vines, and the other "the" bands, but by Poblete's delivery, there's a little pop-punk vitriol here, too.
You can pre-order the band's new EP right here and check out the video below, right now!Read more
Singer-songwriter Divided Heaven has announced a tour this fall for the west coast to support select dates with Joe McMahon of Smoke or Fire and Joey Balls of Old Man Markley. Divided Heaven just concluded a east coast tour with Protagonist and Weaklings. You can click read more to view the dates.Read more
The Creepshow have announced a Canadian tour with Brutal Youth that is scheduled for October. The band released Life After Death in 2013 via Stomp Records and Brutal Youth released Sanguine in 2016 also via Stomp Records.
You can see the list of shows below.Read more
DFL aka Dead Fucking Last have announced that they will be re-releasing The Tape Show. That album was a rare, alternate version of their third album Grateful, that featured alternate versions of songs, extra tracks, and skits. The band re released Proud to Be [Reissue] in 2015.Read more
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: Arrested DevelopmentRead more
I’ve had the pleasure of enjoying a pretty wide variety of music festivals the past few years. I spent an unpleasant, grimy weekend at Bonnaroo in 2012. I’ve had a lot of beer poured on me in the Summerfest bleachers. I’ve been drenched in sweat at any number of Chicago’s street festivals. But Riot Fest stands above them all (note: I have not yet made it to the Holy Grail that is the Fest in Gainesville). For the eclectic music listener, the gamut of punk, rock and hip-hop that Riot Fest continues to offer provides most bang for your buck of any festival.Read more