As you may know, about six weeks ago, Cannibal Corpse's Pat O'Brien was arrested for burglary and other issues.. For the band's upcoming tour, Erik Rutan of Hate Eternal will fill-in for Pat O’Brien. The band issued a statement: “Cannibal Corpse have announced that Erik Rutan will fill in for guitarist Pat O’Brien as O’Brien tends to personal issues. Rutan will appear live with the band for the Decibel Magazine Tour and the upcoming US leg of Slayer‘s final tour happening this May alongside Slayer, Lamb of God, and Amon Amarth. This won’t be the first time these death metal powerhouses have worked together; Rutan has produced four albums with Cannibal Corpse (Kill, Evisceration Plague, Torture, Red Before Black) and is uniquely equipped to fill the role - he is one of the death metal’s most acclaimed guitarists and is known for his time as part of Morbid Angel (who are co headlining the Decibel tour alongside Cannibal) throughout the 90s and early 2000s, as well as handling vocals/guitars and production duties for his current band Hate Eternal.”Read more
A semi-cryptic post by Lagwagon over the weekend seems to indicate that they are recording demos for an unspecified project. The post features a picture of Chris Flippin playing guitar (and Chris Rest lounging in the background), along with the following phrase, "What the hell are we up to!?!?" The text was accompanied by a series of hashtags, the most significant being LagDemoing?, Fat Wreck Chords, and One Week Records. There's not a lot to go on there, but it does seem that Lagwagon is working on new music. See the post here..Read more
Season Two [TV Series]
Code of the Jaguar
Code of the Jaguar II [EP]
Tiny Moving Parts
For the Sake of Brevity [7-inch]
Pedro the Lion
Steven McDonald [EP]
Dave Smalley and The Bandoleros
Join The Outsiders
Insignificant Others [EP]
Montreal melodic punks Down Memory Lane have released the title and cover art for the new (sort of) EP. Catch will be out digitally via Thousand Islands Records at a date TBA. A follow-up to their Release EP, which came out last November, both EPs will eventually be made available in physical formats as the LP Catch & Release.Read more
Teenage Bottlerocket have announced via their social media channels that their new album, Stay Rad!, will be out March 15th on Fat Wreck Chords. A follow-up to 2017's Stealing the Covers, this album is the band's first LP of original music since the death of drummer Brandon Carlisle in late 2015.
TBR is also now streaming their first single from the album, "I Wanna Be a Dog," which you can check out below.Read more
Hey. We're announcing something REALLY cool at 4pm est tomorrow. So, you'll definitely want to come back here then…Read more
Having dealt with the death of the leader Oderus Urungus over the past few years, GWAR have now licked their wounds and released Blood of the Gods, a powerful comeback album that hunkered down on classic metal riffage and even threw in a little bit of 80s style Judas Priest metal. Now that the band has rebuilt itself with the additions of Pustulus Maximus on guitar and the bestial Blothar on vocals, they've been touring across the world, killing weak humans, doing drugs, and just generally being obnoxious. And no doubt, the world is in a state of chaos even without GWAR's helpful hand. So, Punknews' John Gentile caught up with Pustulus to see how the guitarist and mass murderer was feeling.Read more
Heavy noise rock band Daughters have announced new supports for their upcoming US and Canada tour. Blanck Mass was originally announced to support the band but has since dropped off due to personal circumstances. Daughters will now be joined by Wolf Eyes, Cult leader, Gouge Away, Jaye Jayle and Hide on select dates. See below to view the details.Read more
Minnesota based emo band Tiny Moving Parts released a music video for their track titled "For the Sake of Brevity". The track is off of the band's upcoming new two-song single titled For the Sake of Brevity / Fish Bowl. The release will be out through Triple Crown Records as a limited edition one-sided 7-inch. See below to check out the music video.Read more
We are pleased to bring to you a super fun Punknews Exclusive video for Winnipeg's Screaming At Traffic. The music video chronicles the happenings of singer/guitarist Jacques Richer's character being depressed and his friends draggings him outside as the band member's wacky antics surround him. The track is called "YBF" and it is written about seasonal depression. "YBF" is the first track off the band's debut album on Little Rocket Records. See below to check out the video.Read more
Today, we are THRILLED to debut the new sketch by Ellen And The Degenerates! And, on top of that, the band will be releasing their first full length!
Ellen and the Degenerates have been kicking it across Brooklyn for a few years now and their debut album, Return of the Herb, will be out this February. The album is a killer mix of first wave West Coast punk, CBGB's art-rock, and classic era No Doubt (check out thederanged angst of tracks like "Big Bones" and "Not my Friend").
To celebrate the album, the band has filmed a video that follows them on their quest for rock-stardom, and even includes a music-video-within-the-video that is hilarious if you like dissing on bands like Depeche Mode. Speaking to Punknews about the video, singer Elena said, "Hey! It's me, Elena. The singer! We made this sketch because we love art. Enjoy!"
The album is out Mid-February and you can pre-order it here. They're also playing Buschwick on Saturday with Ramona and you can check out the details here. Meanwhile, see the new video below, right now!
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Online music company Bandcamp have announced they will be opening a record shop in Oakland, California on February 1st. The shop will feature a diverse selection of records that reflect the variety of music they host on the online site. The space will also be a performance space that will host free all-ages shows for an upcoming video series. They will be having opening festivities on February 1st, 2019 in Oakland at 1901 Broadway starting at 7 pm.Read more