STICK TO YOUR GUNS release new song and lyric video “The Sun, The Moon, The Truth: Penance of Self”, the first track from their new album True View:
Vocalist Jesse Barnett commented:
“True View was inspired by innumerable conversations that I had with my mother during the hardest couple of years I’ve had in my life. The people I lost in my life, the mental and physical challenges I faced, as well as losing myself. I don’t know if it was getting older or the foundation I had built my life on cracking beneath my feet or a mixture of everything. I had just hit a point where I was forced to take inventory of who I was. Truly. Not the person I thought I was or the person I wanted to be, but the actual person I was.”
NINE INCH NAILS have released a new EP called Add Violence, the follow-up to last year’s Not The Actual Events, featuring new single “Less Than”:
NYC hardcore band CRUSHED dropped a new video for their song “Fried”, off their recent EP Deep User:
Punk rock vets DESCENDENTS have premiered a music video for the track “Without Love”, off their latest record Hypercaffium Spazzinate, released in 2016:
PROPAGANDHI have announced the release of their seventh album ‘Victory Lap’, slated for a September 29th release on Epitaph Records. The titled track can be heard below!
PETROL GIRLS have released a new video for the song ‘Fang’, coming from their debut album ‘Talk of Violence’, released last year via Bomber Music Ltd.
Soon after the release of their new record Heatwave on July 21 through Pop Wig Records, TRAPPED UNDER ICE have released another new song called “Blame Myself”, an exclusive flexi cover of issue #34 of New Noise Magazine:
COLD BLOODED have released a new music video for their song “No Hope = No Problem”, coming from their latest album Throneburner, available now through Blackhouse Records.
Vocalist Ethan Kennedy comments:
“It’s primarily a live video as we recorded our performance as well as off-stage antics. We filmed this during the Volume Music Festival in Spokane. It was an especially great night as the organizers (the Spokane Inlander newspaper) were cool enough to let Blackhouse Records have a whole night to showcase their vast roster. Being able to share the stage with Slug Christ and Ras Kass, as well as our regional counterparts in Zan, Scatterbox, Infrablaster and Narrow Minded, made the shoot truly memorable.”