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Stream: Sub Grunk – ‘How Not To Queue’

Sub Grunk

UK punk act, Sub Grunk, are streaming their new album ‘How Not To Queue’ in its entirety and has made it available for name your price download. Stream/download ‘How Not To Queue’ below:   How Not To Queue was released on February 16, 2017 and serves as a follow-up to Manufactured Rebellion.   onTheWeb: Sub Grunk Facebook | Sub Grunk Bandcamp Follow: @SubGrunk             

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Video: Nights Like Thieves – “Come Back Home”

Nights Like Thieves

San Diego rock outfit Nights Like Thieves have released a music video for their song “Come Back Home.” Watch “Come Back Home” below: The band will release their debut six-song EP on April 7, 2017 through La Escalera Records. They’ll be playing their debut show at La Escalera Fest 6 shortly after the release of their EP.   onTheWeb: Nights Like Thieves Facebook | Nights Like Thieves Bandcamp | La Escalera Records Follow:[email protected] @LaEscaleraRecs             

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Stream: Benefit compilation for Planned Parenthood ‘Mixtape Volume Two’ (After The Fall, Cold Wrecks, The Fake Boys)

Kevin Bogart of the Boston punk act Trophy Lungs, has put together a charity compilation for Planned Parenthood. The compilation features 50 bands including !ATTENTION!, After The Fall, Angus (formally Christopher Leaf), Austeros, Bad Boys Club, Bong Mountain, Brickfight, Choke Up, City Limits, Cold Wrecks, Costanza, Crippled Earn, Devon Kay and The Solutions, Diablogato, Fuck You Idiot, Great Lakes USA, Hard Pass, Honah Lee, Hospital Beds, Jeff Rowe, Jon Creeden & The Flying Hellfish, Kevin Bogart, Loser’s Circle, Make War, …

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Song Premiere: Castoff – “Constellations,” lyric video

Castoff

San Diego based punk band, Castoff, has given us the honor of premiering their brand new song / lyric video “Contellations.” The song has not been released and is the product of a session that stemmed from a line up change and fresh inspiration that comes with new input. We’ll let Castoff themselves explain below… “Late last year we brought on new drummer Dylan Wade (The Bombpops) and bass player Brad Morgan (DC Fallout) and began writing. We went into the …

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Stream: Goddamnit – “Steady Diet of Sugar”

Goddamnit

Philly punk act Goddamnit are streaming a new song called “Steady Diet of Sugar” off their upcoming album I’m Not Okay, I’ll Never Be The Same. Here’s what vocalist/guitarist Arik Victor had to say about the song: “Some people hide behind a fake personality or lots of makeup, pretend to be happy, sweet and make sure everyone likes them.  That’s not exactly a healthy way to live…like a steady diet of sugar.“ Stream “Steady Diet of Sugar” below: I’ll Never …

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The Flatliners streaming new song “Human Party Trick,” announce tour dates

The Flatliners

Toronto punk act The Flatliners have announced that they will release their upcoming album ‘Inviting Light’ on April 7th through Rise Records. They are streaming a new song called “Human Party Trick” on Youtube. The Flatliners have announced tour dates with Weezer and The Menzingers this spring. Stream “Human Party Trick” below: North American Tour Dates with Weezer: 3.31.2017 – Saskatoon – Sasktel Centre 4.02.2017 – Winnipeg – MTS Centre 4.04.2017 – Edmonton – Shaw Conference Centre 4.05.2017 – Calgary – …

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Premiere: Don’t Panic Fest (Denver) Compilation for Girls Rock Charity

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Don’t Panic Fest founder Damian Burford has decided to pull together a compilation for a pay-what-you-want download in order to get money for the Girls Rock Denver Charity. We were lucky enough to get the premiere of that stream and encourage everyone to donate to this amazing cause. About the compilation: “Those of us at Don’t Panic Fest love the work that GIRLS ROCK DENVER have been doing! Girls Rock work to empower young women with the power of Rock …

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Stream: The Chinchees – “Hey Boy”

The Chinchees

Minnesota’s The Chinchees, are streaming a new song called “Hey Boy” off their upcoming self-titled record. Here’s what the band had to say about the song: “The song deals with moving from small towns into the nightmarish hellscape which is suburban sprawl. In this case moving from Northern Minnesota to the suburbs of Minneapolis as a kid, but really it can be any suburb anywhere. I think we all know the drudgery of the dull sprawling parking lots and chain …

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