Members of Dillinger Escape Plan, Converge, Helms Alee, Harkonen, Rorschach, Kiss It Goodbye and others have recorded a cover of Botch's classic track, "To Our Friends in the Great White North." The track comes from 1999's We Are the Romans . The cover is part of "Hardcore Summer," via YouTube's Two Minutes To Late Night.
Handheld have released a video for their new song "Leaving Candyland". The video was directed by Erik O’Neill. The song pays tribute to the late John Candy and is off their upcoming album A Canadian Tragedy out June 14 via Thousand Island Records. Handheld released All We Could Afford in 2005. Check out the video below.
Ithaca have released a video for their new song "Camera Eats First". The video was directed by Paul Cooke. The song is off their upcoming album They Fear Us due out July 29 via Hassle Records. Ithaca will be touring the UK in August and released The Language of Injury in 2018. Check out the video below.
Counterparts have released the video for "Unwavering Vow," the first song from A Eulogy for Those Still Here. It's expected on October 7th, 2022 via Pure Noise Records. The Hamilton, Ontario based band last released Nothing Left to Love in 2019.
Stud Count have released a video for their new song "Through My Window". The video was directed by Matt Bender. The song is off their upcoming self-titled album due out June 22 via Smartpunk Records. Stud Count released Pleasure Center Promo in 2020. Check out the video below.
So Cal punkers Pulley released a music video for "Lonely". The track will be out through their forthcoming album The Golden Life. The release is out tomorrow through Sbam Records. The video was edited by Roland Pilz with footage taken from Skatelab, Oldschool Jam #1 and Baker x Deathwish Skate demo 2013.
The Linda Lindas released a music video for "Why", see below. The track is off of their new album Growing Up available through Epitaph Records. The video features Kathleen Hanna as the voice of the interviewer. The band have also announced tour dates with the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Japanese Breakfast this summer and fall.
Semantics have released a video for their new song "This Love Could Kill You". The video was directed by Luke Dunning and the description reads in part, "This video depicts scenes of domestic violence. For 24-hour support, dial 1800RESPECT". The song is off their upcoming album Paint Me Blue out May 20 via SideOneDummy. Semantics released If You're Not Alright in 2019. Check out the video below.
Be Well released a new single from their new record. The track is called "I Will Leave You With This" and it is the second single off if their new record, Hello Sun. The video features recordings from various people recording with Brian McTernan over the years. See below to check out the video.
Hans Gruber and the Die Hards have released a video for their new song "My Friend Chuck". The song is off their upcoming album With A Vengeance out May 3 via Ska Punk International. The band released Hans Gruber and the Die Hards 2 in 2019. Check out the video below.
Architects have posted a new track and video called "When We Were Young." The song is the first studio track since the release of the band's live album, For Those That Wish To Exist At Abbey Road last month. They also released the studio album, For Those That Wish To Exist in 2021.
GILT have released a video for their new song "Trophy Hunter". The video was directed by Benjamin Holland. The song features Nat Lacuna of The Holy Ghost Tabernacle Choir and is off their upcoming EP Conceit out May 6 via Smartpunk Records. GILT will be touring the US this May and will be touring Europe the UK later this spring. The band released their EP In Windows, Through Mirrors in 2021. Check out the video below.