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For I Am to release new studio album “Late Bloomers” on November 11th 2019

Belgian fivesome For I Am are stepping up their game to a whole new level with the release of their brand new full album, “Late Bloomers”.

“"Late Bloomers" is what we are ourselves as a band, really. It shows how much we’ve matured in every way… in our music, in our lyrics and definitely in the time and effort we’ve put into creating this album. We truly hope people will see and hear that growth and will want to grow together with us!”, says vocalist Hanne.

Ten Foot Pole to release new studio album “Escalating Quickly” on May 10th 2019

Ten Foot Pole pushes past 90’s melodic punk genre limitations with “Escalating Quickly”, their first all new song album since 2004. The album is set for release on May 10th, 2019 with a North American Tour to follow, which runs May 24-July 28 and includes a stop at Punk Rock Bowling on May 27. See all dates here.

Zig Zags to release new studio album “They’ll Never Take Us Alive” on May 10th 2019

L.A. punk-metal trio Zig Zags announce their fourth album and debut on RidingEasy Records.

The new album “They’ll Never Take Us Alive” will be released on May 10th, 2019.

Listen to the lead single “Punk Fucking Metal” below.

Pre-order the new album here.

Tracklist:
1. Punk Fucking Metal
2. Killer of Killers
3. Fallout
4. No Way Out

Anti-Flag to release new album “American Reckoning” on September 28th 2018

Pittsburgh political punk band Anti-Flag have released their new music video for “American Attraction”.

The song comes off of their recently announced album “American Reckoning”, set to be released on Spinefarm Records on September 28th, 2018.

The album features acoustic versions of songs from their past two albums, as well as covers of songs that inspired them.

The video was filmed in the band’s hometown of Pittsburgh, PA, and directed by Josh Massie and Anti-Flag.

Watch Anti-Flag’s video for “American Attraction”, below.

Anti-Flag to release new studio album “American Fall” on November 3rd 2017

Anti-Flag’s new studio album, “American Fall”, follows 2015’s well-received “American Spring”. With Good Charlotte’s Benji Madden on board as co-producer, the band has intensified their signature anthemic style with bigger melodies, tighter songcraft, and thicker guitars.

“American Fall” is bold – both musically and politically – and Anti-Flag’s time is now.

With Anti-Flag, a new album is always a call to arms and a call to action that reminds listeners to question everyone and everything, including the current administration.

High Down to release new EP “Moving On” on September 1st 2017

Portsmouth born High Down arrived on the music scene last year, and are quickly amassing new fans and gathering firm momentum with their highly contagious brand of hard-hitting pop punk.

Reminiscent of Blink 182, State Champs and New Found Glory, High Down deliver knock-out hooks, jack hammer riffs and anthemic choruses that pound your senses into submission. The band unveil their explosive new EP, “Moving On”, on September 1st, 2017, through all platforms.

Classhole announces Spring 2017 West Coast Tour

New Orleans’ hardcore punk misfits Classhole are pleased to announce their long-awaited West Coast tour. Slated to take place from March 27th to April 12th, the sixteen-date journey includes performances alongside Swedish hardcore punk miscreants, DS-13, and Cleveland, Ohio-based hardcore merchants, Fuck You Pay Me.

Additionally, Classhole will be joined by drummer Jorge Herrera (Despise You, ACxDC) this run filling in for Paul Webb. See all confirmed dates below.

Anti-Flag to release “American Spring” on May 26th 2015

Historically, Pittsburgh-based punk stalwarts Anti-Flag have always had important, socially conscious messages to convey and musical statements they’ve been driven to make. That ethos remains intact with their new album, “American Spring”, which is their Spinefarm Records debut and is due out on May 26th 2015.

The band has shared the front and back album artwork, which will certainly spark conversations among the youth and perhaps inspire change, which is the spirit in which punk rock was initially founded.