punk rock

Powerman 5000 signs with Cleopatra Records - new album to be released later this year

LA-based indie label, Cleopatra Records, is proud to announce the signing of industrial metal superstars, Powerman 5000. Fronted by the creative mastermind Spider One, the band will launch a new album later this year and tour in support of the release both in the US and overseas.

Chief State to live stream an acoustic performance on Saturday 28th March 2020

Vancouver pop-punk five-piece Chief State is release the new LP “Tough Love” on March 27th, 2020, via Mutant League Records.

Because of the COVID-19 outbreak, the band’s album release shows have been canceled. Instead, they’re going to live stream an acoustic performance this Saturday 3/28 via the Mutant League Records Youtube channel.

King Bull releases new single “Pay Attention”

Canadian rock trio King Bull recently signed to Riot Records (part of the Golden Robot Global Entertainment Group) and today they release their first single for the label “Pay Attention”.

“Pay Attention” is powered by a punk tinged, rock ignited fuel. Fired up by intricate licks, buzz cutter guitar tones and uniquely edgy vocals it encompasses what is great about Rock Music (like Iggy Pop jamming with Kiss and The Sex Pistols).

Broadside signs to SharpTone Records and drops music video for new single “Foolish Believer”

With an unrivaled passion and a deep determination to succeed, Broadside are thrilled to announce that they have signed to independent label SharpTone Records. The band is making their label debut with brand new single “Foolish Believer”.

“We’ve been working side by side with Shawn for years and he has helped us out a great deal as our manager”, shares vocalist Ollie Baxxter. “It feels more than natural to be signed to SharpTone for the next step of our career”.
 

American Terror to release debut full-length album “Influencer” on May 22nd 2020

Heavy punk/metal band American Terror, featuring members of Skid Row, Sugar Ray, Phunk Junkeez, and Grayson Manor, has just released “Judgement”, the first single from their debut album. The track is available to stream and purchase on all major digital platforms right now and the official lyric video can be viewed below.

Bullets And Octane to release new studio album “Riot Riot Rock N Roll” on April 24th 2020

US hard rock band, Bullets And Octane, have announced the release of their new full length album “Riot Riot Rock N Roll” worldwide physical and digitally on April 24th, 2020, via Bad MoFo Records/Cargo Records UK.

The new single and music video for the first single “Ain’t Gonna Be Your Dog”, co-written with ex Buckcherry guitarist Keith Nelson, will be available on March 20th, 2020.

Neck Deep to release new studio album “All Distortions are Intentional” on July 24th 2020

Neck Deep have officially invited fans to join them on their next journey with today’s announcement of their highly anticipated fourth album “All Distortions are Intentional”.

No mere collection of songs, “All Distortions are Intentional” is conceptually rich, with themes of disconnection, existential confusion, and the search for meaning. Due out on July 24th, 2020, via Hopeless Records.
 

Rotting Out to release new studio album “Ronin” on April 10th 2020

American hardcore punk band, Rotting Out, have announced the release of their third full-length album, “Ronin”, which will be released on April 10th, 2020, via Pure Noise Records.

Today, the band has released a new single off of the forthcoming album, “Unforgiven”, which follows the release of their single, “Reaper”, which was released last year, both of which will be featured on the album.
 

Green Day - Father of All...

I’ve always found Green Day, as well as many of their ilk (the so called punk rock bands like Offspring etc., Sum41, Alien Ant Fart) singles bands. For instance they did release some incredibly successful singles that sort of hijacked their way to success… which they cemented by touring, but overall for a band with some thirteen albums, the everyday man or woman out in the street might as well recognize no more than three or four.