Mike Patton takes lead on metal supergroup Dead Cross’ new song “Shillelagh” — listen

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Late last year, Mike Patton replaced Gabe Serbian as the frontman of hardcore supergroup Dead Cross. The band, which features ex-Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo, Justin Pearson (The Locust, Retox, Head Wound City), and Michael Crain (Retox, Festival of Dead Deer),  today shared their first recording featuring Patton at the helm, “Shillelagh”. The track is a fitful bombardment of thrashing metal with an air of punk playfulness …

V.A. – I Can Already Smell Your Unhappyness

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Artist: Various Title: I Can Already Smell Your Unhappyness Release: Tape, Digital Year: 2016 Label: Prejudice Me “I Can Already Smell Your Unhappyness” is an awesome compilation featuring 16 DIY punk bands to celebrate five years of Prejudice Me label’s existence! Prejudice Me is Fran & Zoe’s cute DIY label and distro that started out in 2011 simply as a way to raise money and …

Hidden Home Records Release Label Compilation

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Boise record label Hidden Home Records have released their first label compilation for pay-what-you-want download on bandcamp. The compilation is entitled “Do You Remember Punk Rock Comps? Vol. 1” and features Union Stockyards, Destroy Nate Allen, Wicked Bears, and more. You can listen to the compilation below. Source link

Ampwrecked 11: New Bands For Your Ears

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 Mastodon – Show Yourself (Reprise) I don’t know about you, but I love that Brann Dailor is slowly becoming the frontman of Mastodon. Okay, so he’s not really, but ever since he started singing from Crack The Skye onwards, I’ve found their stuff utterly terrific. Remission/Leviathan purists are going to HATE this then, but fuck ’em, because Show Yourself, is …

Deceso Por Causa Desconocida – Demo

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Artist: Deceso Por Causa Desconocida Title: Demo Release: Digital / Cassette Year: 2016 Label: Tobi Records Deceso Por Causa Desconocida is a hardcore band formed by young punks from Santiago, Chile. Some of them used to play in the deathrock/hardcore band El Antagonista. This new band has the raw sound that’s becoming classic in all the releases from Tobi Records. Shall we …

Donald Trump’s favorite band, Pissed Jeans, dish out pummeling new song “Ignorecam” — listen

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Photo by Ebru Yildiz Why Love Now is the fifth studio album from Pissed Jeans, expected to hit stores on next month through Sub Pop. The follow-up to Honeys, one of the best records of 2013, is being teased this week with a crushing bone-rattler of a cut titled “Ignorecam”. Here, the punk group turns fetish cam shows on their heads, reimagining them as programs …

La Casa Fantom – Kill Me Clean

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Artist: La Casa Fantom Title: Kill Me Clean Release: LP & Digital Year: 2016 Label: DIY Back in the day me and Mittens XVX brought La Casa Fantom to Sofia and honestly before we started working on their gig I didn’t really know shit about the band or their music. And believe me I caught up pretty quickly since this Norwegian bass and drums duo is …

Ampwrecked: New tracks for your ears 10

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  Darko – Hiraeth (Bird Attack/Lockjaw Records) We’ve talked a bit about Darko before on Keep It Fast, a band who stalwartly thunder through their own brand of melodic punk with frank and earnest pedal to the medal power. For those who love the turbo-charged energy of Gnarwolves, you’ll dig Hiraeth, a raucous, 2 minutes and 40 seconds of thrash-pop excellence. …

Ruined Families: An Education in Unlearning

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2016 has been a tough year, however, being involved in the DIY hardcore punk scene is still something I feel wholeheartedly passionate about. In retrospection, there are so many bands and records I’ve listened to, live or on record, during the past year. Some of them are truly admirable and worthwile both musically and lyrically, but there are just a few to …

Lizard Hips’ Top 10 Albums of 2016

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I’m sure in many, many, MANY years, 2016 will be studied as the “what the fuck happened in THAT year?” as a history module. 2017 has got to be better, right? Thankfully, there was some good music this year, amongst all the badness (Ken McCray dying was a total bummer and you know, the other stuff) so, what better way than …