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Silverstein release music video for ‘Toronto (Unabridged)’

Canadian post-hardcore band, Silverstein, have unveiled a music video for ‘Toronto (Unabridged).’ The track is taken from their 2015 album, ‘I Am Alive In Everything I Touch’, and comes after recent announcement of the bands inclusion on the ‘Rise Up’ European tour, alongside Memphis May Fire, The Devil Wears Prada,

Slingshot Dakota unveil music video for ‘Paycheck’

Pennsylvanian indie/punk duo, Slingshot Dakota, have unveiled a music video for ‘Paycheck’ over at NPR. It serves as the bands first every music video, with the track being taken from their most recent album, ‘Break’, released earlier this via Topshelf Records. In addition, the band have also released a

Servers Release ‘Spells’ Ahead Of New Album ‘Everything Is Ok’

Northern rockers Servers have released a free download single, ‘Spells’ ahead of their album ‘Everything is OK’, out on 19th August via Undergroove Records. Album pre-orders are up now.

King Woman sign to Relapse Records and announce debut album

King Woman have announced they have joined the expanding roster of Relapse Records. The band is fronted by Kristina Esfandiari, who also performs as Miserable, and they released their critically-acclaimed ‘Doubt’ EP last year. They will follow it with their debut album on Relapse Records next year, titled ‘Created

Harm Wulf (Blacklisted) streams new track, ‘Welcome Home Our Sister’

Harm Wulf, the solo project of Blacklisted vocalist George Hirsch, is streaming another new track, ‘Welcome Home Our Sister’, over at Impose. It’s taken from Harm Wulf’s forthcoming second album, ‘Hijrah’, which is released on August 19th via Deathwish Inc. Pre-orders for the album are available now, and you

Emma Ruth Rundle unveils the title track of her new album, ‘Marked For Death’

Emma Ruth Rundle has unveiled the haunting title track of her forthcoming album, ‘Marked For Death’, over at The Fader. The album itself is released on September 30th via Sargent House, and serves as the follow up to the Marriages vocalist’s 2014 solo album, ‘Some Heavy Ocean.’ Pre- orders

Sad Blood reveal video for ‘Heavy Petting Zoo’

In what must be a momentary lapse in sorrow, Sad Blood have brought out the balloons for the new video for ‘Heavy Petting Zoo’. Taken from this year’s ‘Legion of Gloom’, the track’s lyrics sums up their style. “I’m happy and sad at the same time,” vocalist George Phillips

The New Tusk and Pet Grief announce UK tour

Two of the most exciting acts on the British scene will be hitting the road together in September. The New Tusk and Pet Grief will take in nine dates as part of the tour, kicking off in London at a very special Punktastic Presents… show. Both bands will

Joe McMahon (Smoke Or Fire) Details Album

Joe McMahon (Smoke or Fire) has released details of his upcoming album ‘Another Life’, out on Smartpunk Records (US) and Gunner (EU) on September 2nd. Pre-orders are up now. Tracklist: 1. It All Went Black 2. Yesterday 3. Another Life 4. Canadian Graffiti 5. Chained to Ghosts 6. Time Won’t Heal 7. Left Again 8. Neon

Helms Alee stream new single, ‘Untoxicated’

Helms Alee have premiered their new single, ‘Untoxicated’, over at A.V. Club. It is taken from the Washington state doom trio’s forthcoming album, ‘Stillicide’, which is released on September 2nd via Sargent House. Pre-orders for the album are available now, and you can check out ‘Untoxicated’ by clicking the

Stream Get Dead’s new LP, ‘Honesty Lives Elsewhere’

Get Dead are streaming their new LP, ‘Honesty Lives Elsewhere’ in full. The record will be available from Friday 29th July through Fat Wreck Chords. Speaking to New Noise Magazine, who premiered the release, vocalist Sam King says: “‘Honesty Lives Elsewhere’ is a collection of observations. The ins

The Silver Medal stream debut EP, ‘Chin Up, Son’

Hailing from Southend-on-Sea in Essex, England, lifelong friends (and siblings) The Silver Medal grew up on the likes of Brand New, Hundred Reasons and Biffy Clyro. It’s a melting pot that sees their debut EP, ‘Chin Up, Son’, deliver a distinctly British emo sound, removed from the revivalists of

The Split Seconds Release Video For ‘If I Was You’

Washington pop punks The Split Seconds have released a video for ‘If I Was You’, from their self-titled album, out now on Holy Mother Records.

Signals Midwest reveal new track, ‘Should Have Been A Painter’

Ohio based Signals Midwest have teamed up with Evan Weiss of Into It. Over It. (and more), to create ‘At This Age’, their fourth studio album. Having already unveiled ‘West Side Summer‘, ‘Should Have Been A Painter’ continues to showcase their considerable growth. The song, premiered through

The Windermeres unveil new track, ‘Libertarian Value System’

Denver-based punk band, The Windermeres, have unveiled another new track, ‘Libertarian Value System.’ It’s the latest track to be taken from their forthcoming album, ‘Continental Divide’, which is released on August 12th via For The Love Of Punk Records. Pre-orders for the album are available now, and you can watch

Blowout stream new album, ‘No Beer, No Dad’

Portland quartet Blowout are streaming their ‘No Beer, No Dad’ LP in full ahead of its August 5th release. The former POV stars draw influence from early emo days to deliver their own style of upbeat melancholy. Build around visceral angst, front-person Laken Wright expels frustration with

Anthony Green unveils new solo track, ‘From What I Understand’

Circa Survive and Saosin vocalist, Anthony Green, has teamed up with Fuse.tv to unveil his new solo track, ‘From What I Understand.’ It’s taken from Green’s forthcoming album, ‘Pixie Queen’, which is released on September 9th via Studo 4 producer Will Yip’s label, Memory Music. Pre-orders for the album

Dance Gavin Dance announce new album, ‘Mothership’

Dance Gavin Dance have announced details of their highly-anticipated seventh album, ‘Mothership.’ It will be released on October 7th via Rise Records, and serves as their follow up to their 2015 album, ‘Instant Gratification.’ Pre-orders for the album are available now, and you can see the artwork and track listing

The Bouncing Souls stream new album, ‘Simplicity’

Due for release on Friday 29th July, The Bouncing Souls are streaming their new ‘Simplicity’ LP in full. It marks the band’s tenth release in their twenty-seven year career, and precedes a number of tour dates across the States, mainland Europe and the UK. They will also be appearing

Black Foxxes announce first UK headline tour

With their ‘I’m Not Well’ debut LP set to drop next month, Black Foxxes have announced their first run of headline UK dates, kicking off on the 16th October in Leeds. The band, who recently unveiled their new track ‘Whatever Let’s You Cope‘, will also appear at

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