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Punk News review
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Supergroups are often a mixed bag in terms of quality. For every Me First and The Gimme Gimmes or OFF!, there's a ton of underwhelming groups that seem like good ideas in theory...

Punk News review
yesterday

On their latest release, Axis of Awesome, The Bomb continues to pump out the same tuneful punk music they have on every release since Arming came out in 1999 and we’ve come to...

Punk News review
27.03.15

Let’s get this out of the way: Those of you looking forward to Exile In Oblivion 2 are likely to be disappointed. This album does not deliver on that front. However, for those of...

Punk News review
26.03.15

Ladies and gentlemen, your next favorite arm-in-arm, raised fist, drunken sing-along: Success. Having spent the last few years paying their DIY dues in the Pacific Northwest...

Punk News review
25.03.15

Released in August of 2009, Watch Me Fall was the first and only full-length record of Jimmy Lindsey’s to be released on Matador Records, in what was anticipated to be both the...

Punk News review
23.03.15

Supergroups never live up to their expectations. Nine times out of ten, they just fail to sound as musically interesting or as enjoyable as their main bands. Take the Baltimore...

Punk News review
13.03.15

The Tuts are an all-female three-piece band hailing from West London. Their second EP, time to move on, combines new material with a live rendition of their most popular song...

Punk News review
13.03.15

Rotting Out has had an incredible seven years as a band, thus far. They’ve managed to become a staple in the hardcore community, blending their own fusion of punk into hardcore...

Punk News review
11.03.15

The Anubis is a three piece band from New York City. They recorded their debut album Multiverse at Fenix Recording studios on Staten Island. The album is a fantastic specimen of...

Punk News review
11.03.15

For those of you who don’t know Blackbird Raum, they are a folk-punk band from Santa Cruz, California. And when I say “folk,” I mean that Blackbird Raum is a very traditional folk...

Punk News review
10.03.15

The Rezillos formed in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1976. They were a legitimate first generation punk band, but even early on their sound tended toward what would later be considered...

The Pier review
09.03.15

The UK has always had a special connection with dub and roots reggae music, from the introduction of dub into the exploding punk scene by Don letts in 70’s, Bob Marley taking...

Punk News review
06.03.15

There’s no reason to cry “sellout” talking about Fall Out Boy in 2015. We covered that years ago. American Beauty/American Psycho represents the next step of a band attempting...

Punk News review
03.03.15

Nashville, Tennessee's Daisyhead at first glance appear to be relative newcomers to the alt-rock/emo/post-hardcore scene, forming in 2012 and then putting out their 2013 EP I...

Punk News review
02.03.15

Rally, the sophomore follow up to Junior Battles' first full-length Idle Ages is an 11 track story of the band's personal experiences and the lessons they have and are learning...

Punk News review
27.02.15

"Smooth Criminal" by Alien Ant Farm is one of the best covers, in any genre. Period. Fuckin' killed. But let's be honest, AAF didn't stand up well to the test of time, as did so...

Punk News review
26.02.15

Ben Cook is truly a one man rock n’ roll machine. Involved with such bands as Fucked Up, No Warning and his most recent projects, the decidedly mellower Yacht Club and Young Guv...

Punk News review
26.02.15

The year 1977 proved to be a landmark for punk rock, before the year was out classic albums such as Never Mind the Bollocks Here’s the Sex Pistols, Leave Home, Damned Damned...

Punk News review
25.02.15

With the release of their latest album, What Happens Next, Gang of Four find them reduced to one original member in guitarist Andy Gill. Jon King left the band after the release...

Under The Radar review
25.02.15

Gang of Four returned to relevance in 2010 with Content, and now they've followed it up with What Happens Next, an album that sets out to answer its own titular question. More

Punk News review
24.02.15

At least from my perspective, Screaming Females’ strength has also been their greatest hindrance. The fact is, the band is a trio of maestros: lyrics that when removed form the...

Under The Radar review
27.03.15

Screaming Females inevitably get compared to Sleater-Kinney. Both are power trios, both play loud, simple indie rock, and both are led by women who absolutely wail.  More

Punk News review
20.02.15

Without a doubt, one of the most tragic and painful losses on a musical level and for many who knew him, was the loss of D. Boon. His friends and fans were robbed of his genius...

Punk News review
17.02.15

Atlanta’s Criminal Instinct are a band brimming with fury. Fever, their latest release on Solid Bond Records, is seven songs long and clocks in at ten minutes in total. And it is...

Punk News review
13.02.15

This is how you return from a hiatus. A full six years after their last record Midnight In America, September 2013 saw Modern Life Is War blasting back into the punk consciousness...

Punk News review
13.02.15

Does Patrick Kindlon ever sleep? Between a relentless touring schedule, writing music, releasing music, giving interviews, and answering questions on Tumblr, he never seems to...

Punk News review
12.02.15

Blackisted get right back to basics. Embedded in nothing else but the hardcore roots that they grew their sound on, When People Grow, People Go isn't about experimentation or...

Punk News review
05.02.15

I'm already earmarking this as a contender for year-end lists. Choke Up's catalog of emotional hardcore jams takes a turn for the better and comes in the shape of cracking...

Punk News review
05.02.15

Sometimes when you happen to catch a band live and the sound engineer, or in this case, the PA guy, was spending more time publicly complaining to anyone who would listen that he...

Punk News review
03.02.15

In capturing the spirit of '80s hardcore, authenticity is key. Too many bands that attempt the sound come off as merely aping a bygone style, choosing naked emulation over...

Punk News review
03.02.15

Hyperview is a pretty interesting and candid look into Title Fight's journey. It feels like their best written record to date but in terms of musical drive and edge, it just doesn...

Punk News review
03.02.15

The Raging Nathans, a three-piece band out of Dayton, Ohio released their full length, Losing It in April 2014. It is a 13-track LP filled to the brim with super aggressive pop...