Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Dead Market (ex Jet Market) stream new EP 'Asunder'


Dead Market is the solo project of Alex Gavazzi, original drummer of the italian melodic hardore band Jet Market. 'Asunder' is his new EP. This is what he stated on his Facebook page.

I started recording this new EP last summer, it took some time but now is ready. My original plan was to record a new whole album but lately I've started a new band called Thousand Oaks with a couple of friends who both played in JM in different periods: Agostino (guitar) and Matteo (bass). So I decided to record only the finished songs I had at the time and keep the rest of the ideas for this new project we're currently working on. Enjoy!

Click here to listen to the EP
Download it directly from here.

Monday, January 26, 2015

Maypole stream new album 'In Your Face'

Polish melodic punk band Maypole are streaming their brand new album 'In Your Face'. Have a listen below.

Click here to listen to the album

Tom Delonge leaves blink-182 [READ UPDATE BELOW]

UPDATE. Tom states that 'he never quit the band'. Check the following instagram post he made after that "statement" was released.

According to a statement sent to Radio.com this morning from the band’s publicist, Tom Delonge has quit Blink-182 indefinitely. Matt Skiba of Alkaline Trio will fill in during the 'Music And Tattoo Festival':

“Matt Skiba of the Alkaline Trio will join Blink-182 in replacement of Tom DeLonge at the 8th annual Music and Tattoo festival. “We were all set to play this festival and record a new album and Tom kept putting it off without reason. A week before we were scheduled to go in to the studio we got an email from his manager explaining that he didn’t want to participate in any Blink-182 projects indefinetly, but would rather work on his other non-musical endeavors.” Travis Barker and Mark Hoppus plan to honor all Blink-182 commitments including the Musink Festival and are excited to have singer/guitarist Matt Skiba join them for this project. “No hard feelings, but the show must go on for our fans.” Additionally, Skiba will continue to make new music and tour with the Alkaline Trio.”

Local Resident Failure stream new song 'Old Skool'

Aussie punk rock act Local Resident Failure are streaming a brand new song titled 'Old Skool' from their upcoming album 'This Here's the Hard Part' that will be out on March 15 via Pee Records.

Click here to listen to the song

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Satanic Surfers 2015

The kings are back.

Justanotherburp stream new album 'From Here To The End'

Italian melodic punk rock band JustAnotherBurp are streaming their brand new 11-songs album 'From Here to The End' below. The band has also premiered a music video for the song 'Hopelessness Control' included on this new album.

Click here to listen to the album and watch the video

Friday, January 23, 2015

War Called Home - Defenders EP (2014)


01. Dead Horses
02. Hoody
03. Clocks and Locks
04. Mortar

Download: Zippyshare
File Size: 32 MB
Release date: 28 October 2014
Genre: Skate punk / melodic hardcore
Quality: 320 kbps
Label: Self released
Country: USA
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/War-Called-Home/178802758854642
Bandcamp: https://warcalledhome.bandcamp.com

Hailing from Las Vegas, War Called Home was founded in 2010 with a mission to play original music that was in the same vein of what they grew up with. Fast, melodic skate punk that is heavily influenced by the 1990's era Fat Wreck and Epitaph records bands is what they do.

- Sample song: Dead Horses -

Atlas Losing Grip talks about Rodrigo's departure, new album, etc

Our pals of Big Bombo Punk have interviewed Atlas Losing Grip's guitarist Gustav Burn. Gustav talks about their new album 'Currents' and the departure of their old singer, Rodrigo Alfaro, among other things.

Q: When did you realize that Rodrigo was undertaking a path that was different from the rest of the band? How was the last period with him (last concerts, last details of the new album, etc.), knowing that he already had a foot outside Atlas Losing Grip?
A: [...] Rodrigo had a hard time finishing lyrics, and when we were discussing in what studio we should record he made sure we knew that he only had lyrics to four of the songs, whereas we had already almost finished all of the music. Then when were offered to record in Hannover, Germany, «but that was too far from home» he said, because he wanted to be able to come and spend time in the studio, so we ended up doing it in Malmö, by ourselves (I engineered and recorded almost the entire album, even though after our last album I told myself I would never do it again), and what happened was: during the three and more weeks that I was in the studio every day (because he wanted us to record close to home) he shows up two  times  fifteen minutes. 

Read the entire interview right here.