Kye Smith, drummer of the australian punk rock band Local Resident Failure covered every blink-182 song off any full length release (excluding live albums, compilations and re-releases) in chronological order up until now.
The Liabilities are a skate-ska-punk band from Bognor/Brighton on the south coast of the UK that have released a music video for the song 'Terrorist Anthem' which is taken from the album 'Malignant Humour'.
California punk rockers Ten Foot Pole will be releasing a new full-length album in 2015 via Cyber Tracks, label of the NOFX guitarist, El Hefe. This is what the band's frontman Dennis Jagard stated:
"It's too early in the process to limit or define what's going to come out, but I think it's safe to say that fans can expect candid, sincere, honest and outrageous lyrics matched with some aggressive music, a few well-placed stops, and generous helpings of pick slides and feedback," describes Jagard. "I think a good song works regardless of genre, so I just try to write whatever comes to mind." Jagard has teamed up with drummer Chris Dalley (Pulley, Implants), bassist Chris Del Rio (Implants), and guitarist Keith "DJ" Divel (Swindle, Red Devil Squadron) to help create their newest collection of punk rock sing-alongs.
Rise Against have released a new song titled 'The Eco-Terrorist In Me' that will be included on their upcoming album 'The Black Market'out onJuly 25th via Interscope Records. You can listen to it below or download it from here.
The band has also announced the dates for their upcoming european tour with Pennywise and Emily's Army. You can get tickets directly from here.
03/11/2014 Sheffield, UK
04/11/2014 Glasgow, Scotland
06/11/2014 Birmingham, UK
08/11/2014 Manchester, UK
09/11/2014 Southampton, UK
10/11/2014 London, UK
11/11/2014 Brussels, Belgium
13/11/2014 Amsterdamn, NL
14/11/2014 Paris, FR
16/11/2014 Frankfurt, DE
17/11/2014 Dusseldorf, DE
19/11/2014 Hamburg, DE
20/11/2014 Berlin, DE
22/11/2014 Copenhagen, DK
23/11/2014 Stockholm, SE
25/11/2014 Oslo, NE
German melodic hardcore band Planet Watson are streaming their brand new album 'Back In Five Minutes'. The album contains a lot of great guest appearances (e.g. Adrenalized, Antillectual, F.O.D., Hell & Back, Not Available, The Plastic Smile etc.)
UK punk rock act First Step To Failure are streaming a brand new song titled 'Throats Scorched by Cigarettes And Whiskey' off their upcoming album 'When Best Friends Become Strangers', which will be out this year.
01. Falling Down
02. Getting Nowhere
03. Find A New World
04. Be Free
05. To Yesterday
06. Come On, My Friend
07. Made A Promise
08. Always Be There
09. Wake Up!!
10. Sometimes Need To Take A Break
11. Another Day
12. City Calling
13. Stupid World
14. All We Want
Download: Zippyshare File Size: 89 MB Release date: 15 January 2013 Genre: Skate punk / melodic hardcore
The Decline is a fast melodic punk band from Australia influenced by the likes of NOFX, Frenzal Rhomb, Rise Against & Propagandhi. Throw in socially, politically and environmentally intense lyrics and round it out with a crazy sense of humor and your pretty much have The Decline summed up.
OST - Tony Hawk's Pro Skater (1999) 01. Dead Kennedys - Police Truck 02. Even Rude - Vilified 03. Goldfinger - Superman 04. Primus - Jerry Was a Race Car Driver 05. REO Speedealer - Screamer 06. Suicidal Tendencies - Cyco Vision 07. The Suicide Machines - New Girl 08. The Ernies - Here & Now 09. The Vandals - Euro-Barge 10. REO Speedealer - Nothing to Me 11. Unsane - Committed
OST - Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 (2000) 01. Papa Roach - Blood Brothers 02. Anthrax and Chuck D - Bring the Noise 03. Rage Against The Machine - Guerilla Radio 04. Naughty by Nature - Pin the Tail on the Donkey 05. Bad Religion - You 06. Powerman 5000 - When Worlds Collide 07. Millencolin - No Cigar 08. The High & Mighty - B-Boy Document 99 09. Dub Pistols - Cyclone 10. Lagwagon - May 16 11. Styles of Beyond - Subculture 12. Consumed - Heavy Metal Winner 13. Fu Manchu - Evil Eye 14. Alley Life - Out with the Old 15. Swingin' Utters - Five Lessons Learned 16. Born Allah - City Stars
USA classic punk rockers Pennywise are streaming a brand new song titled 'Violence Never Ending' that will be included on their upcoming album 'Yesterdays', out on July 15th via Epitaph Records.
This is what the band stated at radio.com:
“Yesterdays is a collection of old songs from our early years and also a few outtakes we dusted off just for the occasion,” said the band. “We first started playing music together in 1988 in an old wooden one car garage covered in graffiti on Irena Street in Redondo Beach with no other motive other than to have fun and make a lot of noise”
“A lot of these songs were written by Jason,” they continued, “our original bass player and main song writer. He was all about PMA [positive mental attitude] and you can hear the influence of Dag Nasty and 7 Seconds in his lyrics in songs like “Thanks-giving” and “Slow Down.” It was all about having fun and being thankful for what you had, no matter how messed up it was".
“This album represents who we were before the outside world came along and changed everything. The good old days…. The Yesterdays”