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Sketchy Trench release new EP

Sketchy Trench release new EP

San Antonio's Sketchy Trench are now streaming their new album. The four-track Fish EP is available for listening via the band's Soundcloud page. The band also has some dates lined up, including a January tour throughout the southwest and California. You can check out those dates, as well as the track "News" from the new EP, below.

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Comrades stream new EP "Matter of Fact"

Comrades stream new EP “Matter of Fact”

Punknews is excited to premiere the new EP from NYC folk/crust/ska/punk collective Comrades for you on this fine Christmas day. The eight song Matter of Fact EP is four parts electric, four parts acoustic folk, and 100% goodness.

Comrades formed in 2010 and is primarily based out of NYC, although a few core members now habitate outside of the city as far as eastern Pennsylvania. Their last release was a the three-way 420 Split with Breathe Dissent and Burnsgreen in 2015 on Dumpster Bread Records.

The band also helped found and still puts on the Folk the Park festival showcasing folk punk acts, as well as inviting along non-folk punk acts to re-work their songs in the folk punk-style. 2018 will will be the tenth Folk the Park, in Tompkins Square Park, NYC (more details on that event will be forthcoming on Punknews when available).

Until then, enjoy your holiday with the complete stream of Comrades' new EP, and be sure to pick up a copy with either a T-shirt or a patch if you're keen!

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Second In Line stream new live album

Second In Line stream new live album

UK pop-punks Second In Line are now streaming their new live album, Livin' La Basing Stoka, ahead of the official release this Friday. Recorded live on October 4th in Basingstoke, UK, the album features twelve tracks, and will be available as a digital download or CD via Back From The Dead Records. You can check out the lead track, "Bueller," below.

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Harbour: 'Dead in the Water' (Punknews Exclusive)

Harbour: 'Dead in the Water' (Punknews Exclusive)

We are pleased to bring to you a Punknews exclusive premiere for Ontario' pop punk band Harbour. They will be releasing a new digital EP called Dead in the Water tomorrow through Black Numbers. The six track EP was produced by Steve Rizun (The Flatliners, Junior Battles). The band will be heading out on tour on a Canadian and US tour this winter to support the release. See below to listen to the full EP and tour dates.

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Zombies No stream new single, announce new album

Zombies No stream new single, announce new album

Venezuela's Zombies No have released a new single from their forthcoming album. The track, "Vision," comes off of Divided We Fall, which has no street date yet, but has been announced for 2018 via their new label, London's Umlaut Records.

The band's most recent album, La única culpa que tengo, was released in 2015. You can check out the new song below.

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TEST: 'Brain In / Brain Out' (Punknews Exclusive)

TEST: 'Brain In / Brain Out' (Punknews Exclusive)

We are thrilled to bring to you a Punknews exclusive premiere of Los Angeles based band Test's brand new debut record titled Brain In / Brain Out. The band's debut record is an amalgamate of their gritty upstart to their contemporary lives through their influences and love for 70's punk, 90's britpop and early garage rock. The lyrics of Brain In / Brain Out stems from the mindset of dirty street dudes battling their inner demons, hating their day jobs, and living in a concrete wasteland. Brain In / Brain Outwill be released on November 10th. You can see below for a quote from vocalist Blake Stokes on the new album and the full stream of the album.

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No Quarter stream new LP "Freedom"

No Quarter stream new LP “Freedom”

Aussie melodic punks No Quarter are streaming their new LP via Bandcamp. The album, Freedom, is the first release since their 2010 albom Lodestar (not including the Freedom B-sides EP released this past August). You can check out the track "Second Rate" from their new album below.

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