South Jersey/Philadelphia pop-punk quartet Count To Four are set to release their debut full-length LP Between Two Cities on April 30th. The album is available for pre-order now via the bands’ Bandcamp page – see link above!
Virginia Beach, VA’s Turnover released their debut LP Magnolia today via Run For Cover Records. Two acclaimed release into their short career – a debut EP and a split 7″ with Citizen – Virginia’s Turnover have quickly grabbed the attention of a scene of angst filled teens and twenty-somethings who grew up on Drive-Thru records classics and 90’s grunge radio.
South Wales pop punk crew Hot Damn are pleased to announce they will be releasing their new EP Sleep Alone digitally through Victory Records US on We Are Triumphant records on March 26th, 2013. The band is streaming the EP in full via their SoundCloud profile, listen below.
Posted here for you as a free download is the song “Home Again”, a new one from the Lansdale, Pennsylvania band Run For It.
California’s a legendary place for punk rock having birthed bands such as The Offspring, AFI, Guttermouth, and of course The Bombpops; the latter of whom recently released an EP entitled Stole The TV via Red Scare. This band features not one, but two female front women who are conveniently backed by two men. Can we say ABBA of punk rock?
Aficionado: a person who likes, knows about, and appreciates a usually fervently pursued interest or activity. Based on the definition, I am sure the band Aficionado know many people who are exactly like this towards their music… the same music that can be found on their self-titled effort, released in 2011 via No Sleep Records.
Weighing in at a collective 780 pounds, standing 28 feet, 6 inches tall, and hailing from Northern Virginia is The Good Fight.
All five members found that they shared the same mindset for music and they quickly released their first single “To Whom It May Concern” which received some positive reaction.
A mere two months after the first release from their new trilogy of albums a new Green Day record, entitled ¡Dos!, has been released. You Green day fans are definitely spoiled as this album was yet again produced by Rob Cavallo (was there any wonder?) and this time around offers fans 13 new tracks and Mike Dirnt’s face on the cover.
Hear The Sirens is a four-piece pop-punk band coming out of Livermore, California. The group plays an aggressive, instantly catchy brand of the Easy Bay pop-punk sound made popular by bands like Green Day, Rancid and The Mr. T Experience. Hear The Sirens’ latest full-length release, Renegade, came out on September 25th and is streaming in its entirety on the group’s Bandcamp page – listen below!
Grabass Charlestons played their first show on December 30, 2000 in a little box of a house nestled in the heart of Gainesville’s student ghetto. At the time of this writing, the band has never once taken a hiatus and has played 551 more times (yes, they’ve kept count) all over America and nine other countries. Ten, even five years ago, it would have been relatively easy to simply dub Grabass a really great punk rock band. Today, this would be somewhat of a misnomer.
Namesake have just unveiled their new single, “The Movement,” taken from their debut album Borders & Fences. The explosive track is streaming in full on SoundCloud and is the follow-up to the lead-off single, “Worlds Away.” Both tracks, as well as the rest of the album, were produced by James Paul Wisner (New Found Glory, Dashboard Confessional, Paramore).
Harrisburg, PA pop punks, Handguns, have posted a new song off their upcoming debut full-length, Angst. Check out the track here just below. Angst, out September 25th on Pure Noise Records, is now available for pre-order at THIS LINK. Handguns will be out on a headline tour this September and October with support from Forever Came Calling, State Champs and Allison Weiss. The trek will hit major U.S. cities from September 19 to October 7th.
While surfing the web for some rad new music, I stumbled upon Crawfordsville, IN’s pop rock band Glorious Rebellion. With a bit of research I discovered the young artists had recently released their second EP, School’s For Fools!. I then watched the music video for “Don’t Dip The Pen In Company Ink” and knew then and there I needed a copy of the extended play so I could tell all you readers about it.