Richmond, VA based emotive rock band Sleave, released a new music video over at New Noise Magazine. The track is called "Check Myself" and it is off their debut album Don't Expect Anything. The album will be out later this year through Engineer Records. See below to check out the video.
Swedish noise punks Refused shared the first track from their upcoming record. The track is called "Blood Red" and is the single from War Music. War Music is due out October 18, 2019 through Spinefarm and Search and Destroy. The band will be touring the UK and Europe later this year with Thrice. See read more to view the video.
East bay ska-punk band Omnigone premiered a track from their upcoming album over at New Noise. The track is called "Horizontal Aggression" and it will be released on their upcoming album, No Faith. The record will be out on September 13th through Bad Time Records. See below to check out the lyric video for "Horizontal Aggression".
Chicago based punks Sincere Engineer recorded "Keep You Company" with the full band for Twin Peaks Sessions. The session was recorded a few weeks ago in San Francisco. The original version of the track is off of their debut release, Rhombithian . See below to check out the track.
We are pleased to bring to you a Punknews Exclusive premiere video for Winnipeg punks Screaming At Traffic. Today, we have their video for "Weekend Cartoons" from their debut album I Don't Like Sports. The track features some guest vocals by Jenna Priestner from Mobina Galore. See below to view the music video.
The band will also be heading out on an extensive Canadian tour this fall, see below.
Signals Midwest released a video for "Sanctuary City". The track will be off of their upcoming album titled Pin. The record is due out August 2, 2019. See below to check out the new track.
The band will be on the road starting next month to support the new release, click here to view the dates.
Punknews is excited to premiere the new video from long-running pop-punk act Bracket!
In that catchy way that Bracket seems to excel at, “A Hot Comedy,” off of their latest LP Too Old to Die Young, looks back at what you've done, your past accomplishments (and lack of recent ones), and whether or not what you love doing is enough to pay the bills or make you a laughing stock…
… always full of cheer, those guys in Bracket!
Angelo Celli of the band has this to say about the song and video: