Ampwrecked 13: New music for your ears

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High Signs – A Much Larger Ocean (?) The sudden and shocking rasp of vocalist Sam Hargrove from Toronto’s High Signs is more than enough to wake you from a slumber. His cutting, Chuck Reagan-esque bark has the snarl of the Gainesville punker – ravaged and raw and suits their danceable post-punk shuffle to a tea. A Much Larger Ocean is …

Album Review: Booze & Glory – “Chapter IV”

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Pull out your combat boots and throw on your old suspenders, get ready to bust some heads and drink some pints. London’s oi! punk legends Booze and Glory are back with a brand new album that will have you singing along and thrashing about the living room like you’re in an East London pub at last call. After a battle …

Album Review: AFI – ‘AFI (The Blood Album)’

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My first big assignment, AFI (The Blood Album), and I have to admit I’m a little overwhelmed. I started out with the usual research. I mean AFI formed in effing 1991! That’s 26 years of music for those too lazy to do the math. They have fans that live and die with every record, who have followed them since the …

The Dwarves announce new album “Take Back the Night”

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Punk legends The Dwarves will be releasing a new album titled Take Back the Night next February. Burger Records is handling the LP’s release. They will also be releasing a new 7″ titled Julio this October through Riot Style. Listen to a clip of the title track below, and head over here to pre-order the EP. Source link

Premiere: The Sound Collapse – “Getting Old Is A Young Man’s Game,” and that’s not all!

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For the Love of Punk has never been quiet about their love for for the Denver band The Sound Collapse. Hell, if you’re quiet about something you truly appreciate, not so sure you understand what it is we’re doing here. We’re screaming from mountain tops about honesty, integrity and just plain great music that we all should hear. But Jesus H…wtf …

Neapolition Post-Punk band Geometric Vision premiere their video for ‘Apocalypse Queen’

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Neapolition Post-Punk band Geometric Vision premiere their video for Apocalypse Queen, with an imagery and visual style evocative of the ancient ruined cities  ruins that encircle Vesuvius, or perhaps Sergei Parajanov’s The Color of Pomegranates. Photo by: Davide Patania Apocalypse Queen is the first track to premiere from the band’s upcoming third studio LP. For more info   Source link

Festival Preview: Rebellion Festival 2017

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For 4 days every August, 20,000 punks descend on the city of Blackpool in North West England for Rebellion Festival. Now in it’s 22nd year (in various forms) the festival has been one of the most important in Europe for quite a while. This year sees headlines including Bad Religion, The Skids, Slaves, Sham 69 and Pennywise. Below is our …

Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas share bilingual double-album, Telphone/Teléfono: Stream

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Photo by ​Taylor Bonin From their onset, Detroit outfit Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas have done things different. Their music is an immediate, distinctive blend of soul, pop, and punk cabaret, something they introduced to the world on their 2014 debut, Secret Evil. Not content to simply repeat themselves with a follow-up effort, Hernandez was struck with a unique concept: She …