Punk troubadour Sammy Kay released a lyric video for "Better/Worse" over at Rolling Stone. The single is available on a lathe cut and digital along with another new track called "Methamphetamines". This comes as a follow up to his 2019 release Civil/War. See below to check it out.
D.O.A. have released a video for their song “All the President’s Men”. In a statement released with the video frontman Joey Keithley said, “When lies and corruption rule the land, it's always been a time honored tradition that artists become one of the last lines of defense, that's the tradition of folk, punk and rap, we have stand up against the racist, divisive bullshit that's coming out of the Whitehouse. That's what D.O.A, is trying to do with this song. We are united with all those who stand up for equality and fairness!” The song is off of D.O.A.’s album Treason that was released earlier this year on Sudden Death Records. Check out the video below.
The Menzingers have released a lyric video for their song “Last to Know”. The song is from their upcoming album of reworked songs from Hello Exile that were recorded in quarantine called From Exile. From Exile is due out digitally September 25 and physically November 13 via Epitaph Records. The Menzingers released Hello Exile in 2019. Check out the video below.
Fresh Kills Vol. ll
Into It. Over It.
Throes of Joy in the Jaws of Defeatism
Punk Rock Addio
Lost In Society
Circle of Darkness
Fall to Pieces
World/Inferno Friendship Society
All Borders Are Porous to Cats
Wisdom In Chains/SharpShock
Tsunami Bomb will release a new 7-inch. It's called Still Standing and finds the band recording two of their older tracks on Side A: "Irish Boys" and "El Diablo." side B includes two "bootleg" live recordings: “Take The Reins” and “Lemonade” That's out November 27 via Alternative Tentacles. The band released The Spine that Binds in 2019.
Chatterbox and the Latter Day Satanists will release a new album on November 26, 2020. It's called The Difference Between Thieves and Crooks and it's their first release in 7 years.
Lead singer Micah Butler issued a statement: "The Difference Between Thieves and Crooks will be a 14 track LP and with topics and themes that include anti-capitalism, anti-racism, anti-oppression in general really, fighting back against the bigoted status quo, trying to raise awareness about the atrocities and acts of terrorism that the state enacts on their own people, the very same people they have sworn to protect. From composting the corporate assholes that are destroying our planet for profit, to having to live off the scraps they make us fight for. It touches on the mortality of everything and everyone, including us, and what a strange thing existence is in general. Although these songs were written before the world as we knew it ended, they feel as relevant as ever given our current social and political climate. While we know that a punk rock album will never change the world, we hope that it could maybe spark some change within individuals, whether that be inspiring them to act or even to just break down the societal conditioning that we have all been force fed from an early age. Every single one of us is always learning and unlearning, I believe that we will be our whole lives. If we aren’t learning or unlearning, we aren’t paying attention."
Touché Amoré have released a new music video for their song “Limelight”. The video was directed by Phillip R Lopez. The song features Andy Hull of Manchester Orchestra and is off of the band’s upcoming album Lament due out October 9 via Epitaph Records. Touche Amore released Stage Four in 2016. Check out the video below.
David Johansen of New York Dolls has released a cover of Calypso singer Gypsy aka Winston Edward Peters’ “Sinking Ship.” The new video is directed by Johansen's daughter Leah Hennessey and modifies the original for the 2020 landscape. Check it out below.
Pup have announced a new EP called This Place Sucks Ass. It will be out October 23 via their own label Little Dipper and Rise Records. Pup have also released a new song called “Rot”. The band have announced their first-ever livestream show. The show will be broadcast live from Sneaky Dee’s in Toronto, Ontario on October 23 at 9pm EST via the streaming platform NoonChorus. Tickets for the livestream are available now. Pup released Morbid Stuff in 2019. Check out the new song below.