Antarctigo Vespucci, fronted by Chris Farren and Jeff Rosenstock have been recording a new record according to a post from Chris Farren's official Facebook page. The band last released Leavin’ La Vida Loca in 2015 via Quote Unquote Records. You see read his post and Jeff Rosenstock's tweet about it below.Read more
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Richmond Virginia's Ann BerettaThey have also announced they have 3 releases sceduled for release this year, no further details were given about the 3 releases exept that they will be releasing a 7-inch record this Record Store Day, April 22nd, 2017. The 7-inch will be released by Say-10 Records on gold vinyl, it will be limited to 500 copies. Ann Beretta released Three Chord Revolution in 2003.Read more
As apart of their monthly covers series, Florida's Dikembe have released a cover of Shellac's "Prayer to God" over at The Alternative. The cover features guest vocals from Bob Nanna of Braid. Last month, the band released a Superdrag cover of "Sucked Out" featuring Carly Comando of Slingshot Dakota as the first entry into this series.Read more
Scottish trio The Murderburgers performed their songs "Another Way Out" and "Stackers Are Awesome" for Bridge City Sessions. The band last released The 12 Habits of Highly Defective People in 2016 via Asian Man Records. You can watch the videos below.Read more
A benefit show have been announced to tribute the passing of Dave Franklin of Vision. H2O, Vision and friends, Killing Time, Breakdown, Burn, a performance by members of The Bouncing Souls and Lifetime, Sheer Terror and many more is set to perform the benefit. The proceeds from the show will go to two organizations that Dave Franklin would of supported, the North Shore Animal League and the Riot Fest Foundation. The event will happen on April 2nd at the Asbury Park Convention Hall in Asbury Park, New Jersey.Read more
Daniel Romano's punk side project Ancient Shapes has unveiled the title and track listing of their second album, titled Silent Rave. The 10 track collection will be available at the band's upcoming Ontario shows as a limited edition cassette released by Romano's You've Changed Records, with a vinyl pressing to follow at some later date.
Romano, now a successful alt-country artist, was a member of Welland, Ontario's Attack in Black. The existence of his Ancient Shapes project was revealed last year when the band's first self-titled CD was included unannounced along with copies of his last LP Mosey.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: Greg Graffin Pointing At ThingsRead more
Catching up on recent episodes of the Punknews Podcast, we find Greg Simpson joining Adam White, and John Gentile for #335 and Tom Trauma in the mix for #336. The shows touch on recent stories like the end of Cheap Girls, Slightly Stoopid's hash record, Jack White's vinyl plant, the arrival of Open City, Greg Graffin on tour and the return of Teenage Bottlerocket to Fat. All that and we get a ton of listener feedback on the Nazi punching debate.Read more
UK party-punks The Wonder Beers have just released a new music video. The track, Toilet Epiphany, comes off of their debut LP, Geezers, released last year via Lockjaw Records. After checking out the video, you can read my Punknews review of the album here.Read more
Today, Punknews is pleased to debut the new track by Technicians
"Mistakes" is influenced by the early and mid-period DC scene. The band takes the driving power from those early hardcore smashers, but then anchors the track down with some of the sonic (and emotional) complexity of the post-hardcore classics. Speaking to Punknews about the track, the band's Navid Marvi stated, ""Mistakes' is a love letter to the heavy music we grew up with. A marriage of Dischord-era punk and the melodic textures of Deftones. It's a heavy and unrelenting lament on male bravado and overconfidence."
Pre-order the new album Now That We're Home right here! Then, check out mistakes below!Read more