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From Friday 31 March 2006

Slapstick DVD

Taken from “Asian Man Records has set a release date for the long-awaited reunion DVD from Slapstick. The much loved Chicago-based ska/punk band formed in the 90s and saw members go on to form and perform in The Lawrence Arms, Alkaline Trio, Colossal, The

Rise against album news (yay!)

Rise Against have been known to be working on a new record for a while now, and they’ve confirmed in a diary post that the new record is called “The Sufferer & The Witness” and was recorded at the Blasting Room with Bill Stevenson and Jason Livermore.

Thursday 30 March 2006

Let’s go clubbing

The Riverclub have been added onto the following shows as main support for MC Lars: 10th April – Kingston Peel, Kingston 11th April – 93 Feet East, London 15th April – Concorde 2, Brighton Their debut EP ‘ Long Before I Reach The Phone’ is out in stores, and

The youth of today are poisoned

Submitted: “Stafford based Ska/Pop Punk band Poisoned Youth have a new song for your listening pleasure up on “

Punched in the face for the second time

Punchline have posted their new song “For the Second Time” at

Say anything erase all life

Say Anything has posted “We Will Erase All Life On Earth” from their tour EP at

TML out the bombs

The Mercury League have joined the Bombed Out Records roster! They’re hoping to record an album for us towards the end of 2006/early 2007. This won’t effect their upcoming split 7″ with The Mercy Suite which should see the light of day over the summer.

Thursday get hassled

Submitted: “Hassle Records is going to be releasing the new Thursday album, A City By The Light Divided in the UK. The album is out on 1st May, the band will be touring at the end of May/beginning of June and theyll be

Hush, the academy is Brum

Submitted: “The Academy Is… & The Hush Sound have been confirmed for a one off date at the Birmingaham Barfly on Sunday 21st May.”

This is really sad

Submitted: “Bassist Bradley Quinn Andress of the up-and-coming rock band Close To Home was recently diagnosed with a deadly form of cancer while on tour with his band across the U.S. Andress, 20, was told he would die when flu-like symptoms brought him into a hospital after a show