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From Wednesday 29 September 2010

Mouthwash shows

Mouthwash have announced a stack of UK shows next month and into November: October 21. Kingston Peel (w/The Skints) 22. Kettering Sawyers (w/The Skints) 23. Nottingham Maze (w/The Skints) 25. Norwich Marquee 29. Milton Keynes Craufurd Arms 31. Bournemouth Champions November 2. Newcastle Trillians 3. Preston Bitter

Against Me! Cancellation update

The Against Me! UK tour is confirmed as cancelled – Crazy Arm have posted the following on their facebook page about the future of the tour – “AGAINST ME! UK AND EUROPE TOUR CANCELLED. Sorry everyone. We’ll try and salvage some dates with Fucked Up and

New Xcerts track + our review

The Xcerts have uploaded new track ‘I Scare Easily’ to their official website ahead of the release of their second album, ‘Scatterbrain’ on Monday. Go have a wee listen, then see what we made of the album by reading our review.

Against Me! cancel Australian tour… (and more?) (Australian venue chain) are reporting the following message from Against Me! – “Due to unforeseen circumstances Against Me! have had to cancel all upcoming tour dates in 2010. Refunds will be available at point of purchase, sorry for any inconvenience this has caused our fans.” The listing also notes:

Free Museum Mouth Discog D/L

Southport NC’s Musuem Mouth have put their discography (an album, an EP and a single) up for free download at You can also buy phsyical copies of the releases from

NOFX and The Spits to release split 7″

According to the Fat Wreck Twitter NOFX & THE SPITS release a split 7″ on November 23.

Frank Turner covers Bad Religion

Frank Turner is the latest artist to cover Bad Religion and you can hear his take at

Bizarrebox Tomassi B-Line Ball

The Bizarre Ball returns to London on October 22nd and Manchester on November 20th. With its mix of live music, DJs, freakshows and cabaret; live performances from Rolo Tomassi and Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster in Manchester and The Damned in London,

The Saddest Panic

The Saddest Landscape have signed to Panic records to release their first full length record in seven years. The first pressing (self-released) of the record has already sold out, but pre-orders are available for the second pressing from here. To stream to record

KIGH Glasgow upgrade

According to Aled Phillips’ Twitter, Kids In Glass Houses show on NOVEMBER 17 has been upgraded from Glasgow ABC to the O2 academy. All tickets still valid.