Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Hero Of Our Time recording new album

Yes! Finally! For me, one of the greatest active skatepunk bands, Hero Of Our Time, is recording a new album as you can read on one of their Facebook page!

Strike A Fire - Keeping Promises EP (2012)

01. At The Edge Of Freedom
02. Nowadays
03. I, Myself and Me
04. Trapped Inside Dreams
05. Sophisticated Robbery

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Strike A Fire is a melodic hardcore band from Slovenia.

- Sample song: Nowadays -

Monday, May 28, 2012

First song from the Lipona covering contest: Hawks

Do you remember the Lipona covering contest we spoke about some days ago? Well, here's the first cover from a US guy called Andrew (napalm on the forum). He covered Hawks, from the album 'Pigeonholed'.



Sunday, May 27, 2012

Stream the new self-titled Slush album

The canadian old-school punk rockers Slush (they have been playing since 1992!) are back with their new Self-Titled album. Stream the entire album below.

Lowprofile - A Vulgar Display Of Powerchords (2012)

01. Appetiser For Reconstruction
02. Above The Waves
03. Scene Not Herd
04. Apathetic Means
05. Black Tuesday
06. Suspended Sentence
07. The Rats Are Leaving The Ship
08. Back On The Scrap Heap
09. Our Dillema
10. Closer
11. Continents Apart
12. Headlines
13. Treading Water

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Lowprofile may be south african's only surviving band of their kind. In 2003 they made a stoic commitment to the search for a perfect meld of 90's skatepunk and metal that has seen them outlast their contemporaries, rivals and mentors. Their latest album, A Vulgar Display of Powerchords, released on 26 May 2012, is a personal tour de force three years in the making. It further refines the band's sound, eschewing the ska and pop punk influences of 2005's Talk to Strangers and 2007's Wings! Don’t Fail Me Now for the more tightly-focused and politically charged melodic punk rock first heard on the Three Track Stinger EP (2011).
Thanks naplam for sharing the album.

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New (fast) The Swellers song: Red Lights

The US punk rock / punk pop band The Swellers released a new song from their upcoming 7" Vehicle City Blues. Remember that the band recently left Fueled By Ramen. Here's what they said about the 7" and leaving the label:

Recently, The Swellers decided that it was time to part ways with Fueled By Ramen. We’ve had a good run with them and have a lot of appreciation and respect for everyone at the label. While we wish the staff and their bands the best of luck, we’ve come to the conclusion that being part of a major label just isn’t the right fit for us right now. We’re ready to continue developing who we are as a band, and excited to give our fans the very best of us in whole new ways. We’re excited for this to be a bit of a return to form, while also being a whole new beginning.

On May 29th, we’re releasing a 7” of two songs recorded from the Good For Me sessions that weren’t on the album, but are some of our favorite songs we’ve ever written. They’re some of our fastest, most aggressive songs we’ve made to date. The 7” title came from the song “Vehicle City Blues,” which we wrote about the recent effects of a serial killer in Flint, MI. Our friends at SideOneDummy Records are releasing the 7” for us on limited blue, red, and green vinyl. We’re very proud of these songs and can’t wait for you to hear them.

You can listen to the new fast song here and the other song from the 7", entitled 'Vehicle City Blues' here.

Check the forum post or their facebook page for further news.

Pigs Parlament release trailer for new album: Different Pigs, Same Shit

Pigs Parliament are six-member band from Gorica Brda, Slovenia. Their musical career started in the early 2004. They play a kind of fast punk-rock with vocals, accompanied by melodic backing vocals. Also, in their songs can be found ska influences, which are strengthened by the trumpet, and striking hard-core with the female vocals. See below a trailer for their new album 'Different Pigs, Same Shit' that will be out this June.

Saturday, May 26, 2012

Millencolin - The Melancholy Connection (2012)

01. Carry You
02. Out From Nowhere
03. Absolute Zero
04. Mind The Mice
05. The Downhill Walk
06. E20-Norr
07. Bull By The Horns
08. Junkie For Success
09. Dinner Dog
10. Ratboys Masterplan
11. Phony Tony
12. Queens Gambit
13. Bowmore
14. Into The Maze

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Sweden’s favorite skatepunk unit Millencolin release a new b-sides collection, going back to songs from their now classic Pennybridge Pioneers album, and including everything they released afterwards. The CD comes with a DVD, featuring a documentary that looks inside the making of Pennybridge, with classic archival footage of the band and Bad Religion/Epitaph founder Brett Gurewitz in the studio. All this with 2 never- before-heard tracks! This collection will be a must for fans of classic California influenced hardcore, and introduce new fans to this seminal band.

- Sample song: Out From Nowhere -

New 'Lowprofile' song: Above The Waves

The south african skate punk band Lowprofile is streaming another new track from their upcoming album. The new song is entitled 'Above The Waves' and you can listen it below.
The band already released some other new songs and you can listen them here. All of them are taken from their upcoming album 'A Vulgar Display of Powerchords' - out 26 May. You can preorder the album here.

Friday, May 25, 2012

Skatepunkers interviews 'The Fear'

Technical and aggressive, intense yet melodic, The Fear (formally named Death Defying Life) have emerged from the heart of Yorkshire. Drawing on a multitude of influences, blending old-school power and new-school technique with a love of the Punk/Hardcore scene. With their high energy, razor sharp live show, they’re definitely amongst the strongest and most creative melodic hardcore bands in the United Kingdom.
They band recently sat with Skatepunkers to talk about their new record, the Paris show with Belvedere and the general skatepunk scene among other things.

Hi guys! First of all how's it going? I see you just got home from your second European tour, am I right?
Hello! Yeah we're all good thanks. That's right we got back about 1 month ago.

How was this experience better than the first one?
This tour was longer, which resulted in more shows, which was always going to be an improvement. Also this time round we got to travel a lot further and see more of the places we were visiting. Oh yeah and not to mention we got to share a stage with Straightaway, Counterpunch, Mute & BELVEDERE...all in one night...on a Paris. Life doesn't get much better than that!

Did you find a warmer welcome, have you become bigger than you expected also outside UK? Were you more prepared for the tour life and able to enjoy it more?
I think whenever we have played over in mainland Europe you always find there is a warmer welcome everywhere you go and a real sense of appreciation for what you are doing. We got to go back to some of the places we played last year on this tour and we saw quite a lot of familiar faces so I guess it does feel like we have grown quite a bit out there but I wouldn't say we were bigger than we expected.

Also you played the first Belvedere reunion show! How was it to play support for such an influent band? Were they a big influence on your music?
When we first saw that the date had been announced for the show in Paris we already had half of the tour booked so didn't even try to get ourselves confirmed on the show. Mainly because we knew that there would be hundreds of bands all trying to guarantee themselves a place on the bill. We also kind of accepted that because we were supposed to be in Slovakia on that date we weren't even going to get the chance to see them.... ever! But then maybe a month before hand Dave got a phone call from Manux at Fuezel Booking inviting us to open the show! We couldn't believe it! The show it self was insane! One of the best atmospheres at any show any of us have ever been to. To support Belvedere was such a big deal for us, most of us were listening to them when we were still at school. They definitely did play a huge part in carving us into the musicians/band we are today.

And most of all, are they still bringing down the place?
As far as their live show went, they were insanely tight and unbelievably entertaining if you were watching them for the first time that night and didn't know much history about the band you would never have guessed that they have had so many years not playing in a band together. So to answer your question...yes, definitely!!!

Speaking of other stuff, you're releasing you second album: could you tell us more about it?
For sure. It's called "Here Goes Nothing". We decided on that name because we feel it's our first proper attempt at getting our music out there. It came out on the 23rd of May in Japan with Bells On Records and it set to be released by Lockjaw Records physically in the UK and digitally world wide. You'll be able to pick up a copy from, itunes or simply stream it from Spotify.

How long did it take you to write it? Was it easier than the first? Or does developing your own personal sound make it easier for the music to come out more naturally?
It was all such a rushed process this time round. Zero Talent Bookings had already started booking the tour before we joined Lockjaw and decided to put out a new album. It was a no brainer for us to go on tour with a new record though so we decided to just knuckle down and get a new one written and recorded before hand. I think the whole process took us about 6 months, maybe a little less. We started writing riffs and putting ideas together in late October but didn't really seriously start writing/constructing anything until late December when we realized how tight for time we were. In a very short space of time the main structures for the songs were finished. I think we took about three months to record, mix and master the record from start to finish. All in all it was a pretty tough, intense process but it was definitely worth it in the end.

Which were the main influences on the new songs?
There aren't really any main influences that we write from. Obviously skate punk is a huge part of everything we listen to, but we all grew up and listen to such a broad range of bands and genres that I guess that's where we get our original sound from.

I mean, your music really joins the punk “vibe” with more technical and heavy, almost metal, guitar riff. So I guess hardcore and metal could be a big influence on your music too, am I right?
Oh yeah, definitely, in a big way!! We are all suckers for big metal chops!! Bands like Periphery, Sylosis, Strike Anywhere & A Wilhelm Scream are all good examples of The Fears staple diet.

Why the decision of selling it before the official release during your shows?
We really wanted to get the record out there and get people talking about it before it was officially released. Also it's a bit of a reward for all the fans that came out to the shows to get their hands on a copy before it comes out.

So are you gonna have a big show for the official launch of the album? Who is gonna support you? Did you choose them for some particular reasons?
We just had the launch show on Saturday in York, our hometown. It was an awesome show we had about 440 people come out on the night, about 10 off a sell out. All the bands that played are all good friends of ours and all bands that we really feel work hard at what they do. You should go and check them out they are "The Bastard Sons", "Tomorrow We Radio" and "River City Ransom".

After the release are you planning on touring more or are you going to stop for a while and maybe start again to work on some new material?
The plan for the next 12 months is just to play to as many people at as many shows in as many different places as possible. We don't plan to start writing anything in the immediate future but we will probably start working on material for a new album later this year. This time though we will spend a lot longer on the writing process and really take our time with it. Until we know we have something that will literally tear peoples faces off!!

Last question: what do you think of melodic hardcore nowadays? I mean is it making a comeback? Or is it going to become something only the ones who are already involved in will keep on supporting?
It really feels like this scene is on the rise again. There are so many awesome new bands cropping up at the moment, it's only a matter of time before this scene explodes again. Not to mention the veterans that are still tearing up cities all over the world!!

Anything you want to add for the people on
Yeah! A massive thanks to all the guys at and anyone else who has been involved in helping promote "Here Goes Nothing"!! Keep up the good work!! LXC
Thanks guys!


Thanks Francesca for the interview.

New Precursor song, a new band with members of The Fullblast, Daggermouth, etc

Precursor is a new punk rock band from Vancouver with members of Daggermouth, Fullblast, All State Champion, Cowboy and The Prizefighter. Listen below a strem of their very first track entitled 'Fireworks':


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Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD tracklist revealed

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD is a skateboarding video game and the twelfth game in the Tony Hawk's series of skateboarding games. The game, which is being published by Activision and developed by Robomodo, is a high-definition reboot of the series featuring classic levels from Tony Hawk's Pro Skater and Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 and is set for release on Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network in June 2012.
This is the final tracklist for the videogame, which includes classic skatepunk songs:

01. Bring the Noise – Anthrax featuring Chuck D
02. Superman – Goldfinger
03. When Worlds Collide – Powerman 5000
04. Heavy Metal Winner – Consumed
05. May 16 – Lagwagon
06. No Cigar – Millencolin
07. You – Bad Religion
08. The Bomb – Pigeon John
09. We the People – Lateef the Truthspeaker
10. Marathon Mansion! – Pegasuses-XL
11. Teenage Blood – Apex Manor
12. Please Ask for Help – Telekinesis
13. Flyentology (Cassettes Won’t Listen Remix) – El-P featuring Trent Reznor
14. USA – Middle Class Rut

Win a tshirt and a test press of the new Lipona album, Networks

Want to win a test press of the new Lipona album 'Networks'? Well, Disconnect Disconnect Records setting up a competition where they'll be giving away a free test press and t shirt to the person / band whose cover of a Lipona track they like the most. Simply upload a video of the cover to Youtube, get your friends / fans to check it out and drop them a line / post it up over their facebook account. They'll be announcing the winner mid-late June.

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Bedtime For Charlie - Bright Light City Skyline (2012)

01. Throwing Life Away
02. Collide
03. Swim With The Sharks
04. Airplane
05. Discomfort Is My Fuel
06. Lockjaw
07. The Snake
08. I Never Sold Out Because I Never Got The Chance
09. Checkin’ Out The Waves
10. Minefields And Getaways

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Bedtime for Charlie is currently a fource-piece punk rock band based in Rome, Italy. Gaining their influences from the american melodic hardcore scene, consisting in bands such as NOFX, Lagwagon, Good Riddance, No Use For A Name and Bad Religion.

- Sample song: Pavements -

The Holybuttons European Tour 2012

The Holybuttons are a melodic punkrock band from Terrassa, Barcelona, formed in 2004.
During the past eight years, the band has done relentless touring with Skumdum and Zebrahead, and supported the likes of A Wilhelm Scream, Chixdiggit, No fun at all, Bombshell Rocks and Strike Anywhere. After three albums, they're coming to destroy the rock café!

The band is now touring around Europe, don't miss their shows! See the facebook event for further info.

Two interesting Pennywise quotes

1. Zoli about taking over the vocals for PW:
"...I called him up, I said, "Jim, they're asking me to take over for you and stuff, can I have your blessing, is it okay?" Because we're friends and I want to make sure that I'm personable, number one, and that I'm doing a good job. He wrote these songs almost 20 years ago and I'm just stepping in and just karaokeing your sound and I don't want to do that, I want to believe it, I want to know what these songs are about. Can I come over and can we have dinner and can you go over these songs with me?"
He said, "You know, Zoli, you'd be the number one person I'd want to represent and replace me in Pennywise, and you do have my blessing."

2. New fast Bad Religion record?
Fletcher said: “Brett (from Bad Religion) even called me later and said, “I’m writing the new Bad Religion record right now, and your record has inspired me to write a fast Bad Religion record. I’m trying to write another “No Control” record here in my living room.”

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

NotFound - Black Velvet (2012)

01. Black Velvet
02. Like An Anchor
03. Homeward Bound
04. Damnation Falls
05. Antithesis Of Light
06. One Fine Day In The Middle Of The Night
07. Hope For Sunshine Prepare For Rain
08. Blue Shade Of Rain
09. One For The Believers
10. Dead End Nowhere

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NotFound is an italian melodic hardcore band formed in 2001.

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New 'Blasting Enema' song: React

Blasting Enema is a melodic hadcore punk band from Torino Italy. Listen below a new song entitled 'React'.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Stream the new Millencolin album: The Melancholy Connection

Sweden’s favorite skatepunk unit Millencolin is going to release a new b-sides collection, going back to songs from their now classic Pennybridge Pioneers album, and including everything they released afterwards. Preorder the album here and listen a stream of the entire album below.

New 'Local Resident Failure' song: Where the Bloody Hell Are Ya?

It may have taken Newcastle’s Local Resident Failure five years to churn out their debut album, but the results speak for themselves. Years of intense writing, months in various studios across Australia and a few hundred beers later A Breath of Stale Air is ready to be coughed up for the world to hear. Mastered by Jason Livermore at the Blasting Room and features original artwork by Ben Brown. Listen a song, 'Where the Bloody Hell Are Ya?' from their new album below:

Monday, May 21, 2012

The Ignored - Act Like You Care (2010)

01. Yes They Could
02. Family Values Seen From A Different Angle
03. More Than Unity
04. Her Life Your Profit
05. The Mark Of Judas
06. Act Like You Care
07. The Day He Felt Superior
08. Utopia Brings Comfort (To Some)
09. Confessions Of A Carnivore
10. The Wrong Choice

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The Ignored is a Belgian melodic punk hardcore band. They've already released a split CD with their homies from Face The Fax a few years ago, and after two European tours and shows with bands such as The Bouncing Souls, SNFU, Venerea, Strike Anywhere, In- Sane, Atlas Losing Grip, De Heideroosjes and many other sweet punk rock bands, they finally recorded their debut full length "Act Like You Care." I guess the title tells it all? You can say that they mix beer with politics, their live performance always gives you a good feeling and they enjoy playing no matter where!

- Sample song: Utopia Brings Comfort (To Some) -

Sunday, May 20, 2012

Hi-Standard - Live At Air Jam 2011 DVD

01. Stay Gold
02. My Heart Feels So Free
03. Summer Of Love
04. Close To Me
05. Dear My Friend
06. Wait For The Sun
07. Teenagers Are All Assholes
08. Fighting Fists, Angry Soul
09. Lovin' You
10. Can't Help Falling In Love
EN1. Starry Night
EN2. Brand New Sunset
Mosh Under The Rainbow

Size: 1.59 GB
Format: 1364 x 764 pixeles
Audio: MPEG Layer-3
Video compression: DivX

Tyler Rebbe from 'Pulley' talks about his band

Pulley bassist Tyler Rebbe recently sat down with Static-180 to discuss the bands inception, their success, and dynamic as well as goals for the future and what fans can come to expect in the remaining months of 2012. You can read the interview here.

New 'Bedtime For Charlie' song: Collide

Bedtime for Charlie is currently a fource-piece punk rock band based in Rome, Italy. Gaining their influences from the american melodic hardcore scene, consisting in bands such as NOFX, Lagwagon, Good Riddance, No Use For A Name and Bad Religion.
Listen below a brand new song, 'Collide', from their new album 'Bright Light City Skyline'. You can buy the album here.


Check the forum post or their facebook page for further news.

Saturday, May 19, 2012

'Adelleda' releases music video for new single 'Don't Worry I'm Drunk"

Adelleda is a punk rock band out of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Their sound can be best described as a mashing of punk rock generations with influences ranging from Black Flag and Bad Religion to Strung Out and Protest The Hero.
They released a new song and a new video for "Don't Worry I'm Drunk", filmed and edited by Jamie Lizmore. The music video was recorded during a recent hometown show and is an unreleased track which will appear on a full length in early 2013.

Dexter from 'The Offspring' talks about the new album

Dexter Holland from The Offspring talks about Days Go By (the album and the single), Cruising California (Bumpin’ in My Trunk), Dirty Magic, Bob Rock, piracy, new ap (rock prodigy), club gigs playing ‘Ignition’, when The Offspring is playing Edmonton, and his message to the Class of 2012. You can listen the interview here.

Debeli Precjednik / Fat Prezident - Brutal Slavo / VBK (2012)

Brutal Slavo:
01. Enemies
02. Music Saves
03. Heroes Of Today
04. Against The Opposite
05. Young And Angry Man
06. Bottle In The Mouth
07. Brave Souls
08. Nothing Gold
09. Calvary
10. Peter Pan Syndrome
11. One Book
12. Kinda Like Pegboy, But Not That Good
13. Zaboravi
14. Puška Ne Ubija Ljude
15. Moja Su Koljena Umorna Od Moljenja
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Debeli Precjednik / Fat Prezident from Osijek, Croatia, which keep rocking out since 1994, have established themselves as one of the best hardcore punk bands from Balkan area, and rightfully so. Through all these years Fat Prezident played countless shows, constantly building a strong fanbase, especially in area of ex-Yugoslavia.
12 songs from the album, the "Bruto Slavo" part, represent the good old Fat Prezident that we all know and love – think of Propagandhi guitar riffage meets Descendents on speed. The rest, named "VBK", has a bit mellower, brighter sound and it's sung in Croatian – take it as a mini-EP integrated into the album. Lyrically, "Bruto Slavo" is as insightful, deeply emotional and socially engaged as Fat Prezident records have always been. All in all, if you dare to call yourself a fan of bands in the vein of Strung Out, Good Riddance, Rise Against, Satanic Surfers, Poison Idea and SNFU, you will love this album by default.

- Sample song: One Book -

Friday, May 18, 2012

Stream two new songs from the Much The Same tribute

Stream below two new songs from the Much The Same tribute album. Jet Market covers 'Skeletons' and Straightline covers 'Picking Up The Shattered Pieces'. The tribute was released some days ago by Torch Of Hope Records and you can order it from the label's Bandcamp or Interpunk.

Jet Market - Skeletons

Straightline - Picking Up The Shattered Pieces

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New 'Screed' song: Falling Down

Munich isn’t California. Or is it? Screed play straight 90’s style Punkrock like Pennywise and NOFX formed it back then. Listen below a new song, 'Falling Down' from their upcoming debut album 'Why Should We Care'.


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Thursday, May 17, 2012

SPOT - Waiting For The Inevitable... (2005)

01. ...End Of Terra
02. Nationalism Is Very Dangerous And Stupid Idea
03. Let It Out
04. No Verse, No Chorus, No Solo
05. Rebel On Salary
06. Eyes Focused On Something We Thing It's Important
07. Drag Us Down
08. Birdhouse In Your Soul
09. Being Good Is Not Good Enough
10. Future Is now
11. Contest
12. Diggin' Holes In The Sand
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Spot is a punk rock band from Bulgaria that exists for 15 years now. It’s formed by four individuals that share their passion for sincere, intelligent and passionate music. These four guys believe that ideas of world peace, one humanity the right of every living creature to exist freely and independently can be expressed trough great power of music. With a demo, two albums an EP and lots of compilations Spot is well recognized throughout Bulgarian punk scene and gained reputation for one of the most energetic and influential live acts. Also they played in Romania, Austria, Germany, France and Belgium sharing their love for music and making contribution to the punk movement in Europe. By making songs about global environmental issues, human and animal rights, government policy, conspiracy agenda, the band wants to take part in spiritual and mental awakening of the human race and work for the benefit of our planet.

- Sample song: Future Is Now -

New 'Lowprofile' song: Apathetic Means

The south african skate punk band Lowprofile is streaming a brand new track entitled 'Apathetic Means'. Listen below the song along the other new songs they released some weeks ago, all of them from the album 'A Vulgar Display of Powerchords' - out 26 May. You can preorder the album here.

New 'Boardroom Heroes' song: Acceptance

From Bethesda, Maryland, USA, Boardroom Heroes consist of two brothers, Andre Pagliarini who plays all for Vocals, Bass, Guitar (on the record) and Augusto Pagliarini on Drums.
You can stream a new song entitled 'Acceptance' here. This new track can be found on their upcoming record, 'Another Year', which is going to be released on June 5th. You can pre ordere the album here.

The band released a self-titled album in 2010.
Check the forum or their facebook page for further news.

All Spent - A Stroke Of Brilliance (2012) [320kbps]

01. A Stroke Of Brilliance
02. The Gambler
03. Can't Stop
04. Dust
05. Mystery
06. The Storm
07. An Unchangeable State
08. Follower
09. Home / Hell
10. Examen
11. Neutron Star
12. Castle Of Cards
13. The Neurotic
14. Trust Me

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All Spent is a punk rock from Sweden, All Spent is playing fast old school hardcore/punk in the vein of Voice of a Generation, (old) Satanic Surfers, (old) Bad Religion, Venerea... Powerful rythms with a bit of melody. This is the updated high quality version, 320kbps.

- Sample song: Dust -

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

NOFX - My Stepdad's A Cop And My Stepmom's A Domme 7'' (2012)

01. My Stepdad's A Cop And My Stepmom's A Domme
02. NOFX - She Didn't Lose Her Baby

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NOFX just wrapped up the recording of their new album. While that won’t be released until the fall, they’ve got a brand new single to tide you over til then: My Stepdad’s a Cop and My Stepmom’s a Domme. Two brand new NOFX songs, recorded a couple months before they began work on the new album.

- Sample song: unavailable -

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

NOFX will releases a new 7" with two songs

NOFX is going to release this June a new 7" with two new songs: My Stepdad’s a Cop and My Stepmom’s a Domme and She Didn’t Lose Her Baby. The good thing is that you can buy right now the mp3's here, or listen both songs below:

Check the forum or their facebook page for further news.

Panic Motel - Vacancy 4 Ever (2011)

01. Never Let You Down
02. Run Away
03. Leave Me Alone
04. The Don't Wanna Song
05. Inside My Head
06. Young 'til I Die
07. Line

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Panic Motel is a french punk rock / punk pop band formed in 2010 with members of 90's french skate-punk bands such as Concrete Idea, Happy Campers or Negative Creep.

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