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The Murderburgers: "What A Mess"

The Murderburgers: “What A Mess”

The Murderburgers have a premiered a new video from their recently announced LP. The song, "Shots In My Skull," comes off of their new album What A Mess, which is seeing a staggered release via a bevy of labels, depending on where you are at. Japan will see it first on Feb 28th via Waterslide Records, and then everyone else will get it on Mar 15th, with CD and LP via Asian Man Records (USA), CD via Umlaut Records and LP from Brassneck Records (UK and EU). What A Mess is a follow-up to their 2016 album The 12 Habits of Highly Defective People .

The Murderbugers have some US and UK dates as a full band later starting in March with Get Married (indicated below with *) but, beforehand in February, Fraser Murderburger will be playing a series of solo gigs with Kate Kane (Lipstick Homocide/Starry Nights). You can check out all of those dates, and the video, below.< a>

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Tiny Moving Parts

Tiny Moving Parts: 'For the Sake of Brevity" and tour dates

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.

The band will be heading on a US tour with Free Throw and Worlds Greatest Dad then they will head across the pond to play a few shows in the UK this Spring, see below to view the dates.

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Authority Zero

Authority Zero: “Ah Hell”

Arizona based punk band Authority Zero released a new music video for their song "Ah Hell". The track is off of their seventh studio LP, Persona Non Grata. You can see below to check out the video.

The band will also be playing a few shows in Europe this spring, see below to check the dates out.

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The New Enemy: "You Want It Darker"

The New Enemy: “You Want It Darker”

Toronto's The New Enemy have released a new track/video from their upcoming album. A cover of Leonard Cohen's "You Want It Darker," it comes off of Illusion of Choice, which is due out January 25th. The album features five new songs, plus three covers (Cohen, Snapcase, Gob).

The New Enemy last released the Evolve To Destroy EP in 2014.

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