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The Menzingers have written yet another great album entitled Rented World. Only, this time, they have taken a step back from the sound they had on On the Impossible Past and...

Spotinews recomendation
16.04.14

Morning. The intense new album by Japanther is a keeper. Genre: noise rock. Enjoy! Japanther – Instant Money MagicFiled under: 2014, Rock

NME review
14.04.14

Praised by Nirvana and influenced by the Ramones, the trio take a break from family life to record their twentieth album

Punk News review
14.04.14

Just about every review and article dealing with Minnesota's Banner Pilot always mentions how their sound never changes. How they write and record the same couple of tunes over...

Insound review
15.04.14

By now Banner Pilot have cemented themselves as a pillar of the ever-swelling Midwest punk scene and continue to reinforce that claim with each subsequent release. 2011’s Heart...

Punk News review
14.04.14

It's 2014 and the once rampant ska scene has since experienced a great lull in regards to new talent. The former giants still trudge along, ever so slowly, but they can only go on...

Spotinews recomendation
13.04.14

Howdy. This new live album by Screaming Females was a very positive surprise. Genre: rock. Enjoy! Screaming Females – Live at The HideoutFiled under: 2014, Rock

Punk News review
10.04.14

Let's do a show of hands on how many people like unwelcome guests, those people who drop in unannounced and get in the way of what you were trying to do? Hmm, I was right, not...

Punk News review
07.04.14

Probably because OFF!'s music is so Spartan, when commenting on their output, people often reduce the band down to a single attribute. They rock. They're energetic. Keith Morris...

The Line of Best Fit review
08.04.14

Volume turned up, timer turned down, political references on, experimentation turned off!

NME review
07.04.14

Even at 58, former Black Flag frontman Keith Morris is still snarling against the authorities

Punk News review
03.04.14

Barren Womb hail from Norway and like most of their European counterparts, they feed off a high degree of energy and it shows in their music. The Sun's Not Yellow, It's Chicken...

Punk News review
01.04.14

Canadian punk band PUP has really gotten a great start with their music career with their first full-length. This album is absolutely rockin'. The band holds no aggression back in...

The Line of Best Fit review
14.04.14

Toronto quartet PUP play their own version of hardcore punk, one that's more literal and more sunny than most.

NME review
07.04.14

Toronto punks give geek rock a noisy upgrade their self-titled album

Alt Press review
04.04.14

The Line of Best Fit review
01.04.14

Exhort your inner t(w)een with unabashed tales of boredom, lust, and a desire for mistreatment with this fine debut from this most appropriately named band.

NME review
14.04.14

Cincinnati trio graduate from high school choirs to bratty bubblegum punk triumphs

Spotinews recomendation
09.04.14

Hi again. Here’s another solid debut album. Genre: garage pop/punk. Enjoy Tweens! Tweens – TweensFiled under: 2014, Pop, Punk

Punk News review
31.03.14

The Used are a polarizing band. Bert McCracken usually finds himself writing about love, drugs and a bunch of things you'd think an adult would be able to sift through a little...

Punk News review
27.03.14

The last time I heard The Mighty Fine, they seemed ambitious and ready to make the big step forward. However, it came off a bit like they were playing it safe. Fast-forward a...

Punk News review
26.03.14

Over-saturation of a music scene/genre is a phenomena that occurs with nearly every popular (or once popular) style of music. Innumerable bands and artists emerge, all attempting...

NME review
24.03.14

Syracuse hardcore nihilists bring the filth and the fury

Under The Radar review
28.03.14

Since Russian punk collective Pussy Riot came to prominence for their arrest a couple of years ago, and with the fourth wave of feminism currently crashing against the patriarchal...

Punk News review
20.03.14

If you're a fan of Daylight or Balance and Composure, then you'd dig this. Two tracks apiece from bands which pivot around genres of grunge, post-hardcore and emo and which manage...

Spotinews recomendation
19.03.14

Good morning readers. From a very recent Spotify update: the dynamic new album by The Coathangers. Genre: post-punk/garage rock. Enjoy! The Coathangers – Suck My ShirtFiled under...

Insound review
18.03.14

Cheveu has now reached album #3, and since they totally fucked up the first two steps, there's nothing surprising in seeing them come back at full speed on a countryside road...

Insound review
18.03.14

The Power of Expresion is an alternate version of their debut album. All tracks re-mastered by Brad Boatright.

Punk News review
17.03.14

Bowling For Soup. You either love them, or you hate them. What's not to like about a band just trying to have a little fun? It's odd that this album sounds nothing like their...

Punk News review
14.03.14

"I'm an ugly piece of shit with a fucked up face and broken teeth and no place to go most of the time and the older I get the less I care about the fact my whole life's been a...

The Line of Best Fit review
14.03.14

Sufjan Stevens, Son Lux and Serengeti fail to gel on their debut album as a trio, and the result is unworthy of the assembled talent.

NME review
24.03.14

Sufjan Stevens, Son Lux and Serengeti combine on stuttering electro-rap and ethereal pop

Punk News review
13.03.14

Domesplitter is a collection of songs that Direct Hit! chose from their very first EP's (#1 through #5) rerecorded and put onto one full length. This album is one of those fun...

Punk News review
04.03.14

I feel that in writing a review for a new Comeback Kid album, it is paramount to address the obvious. Sometimes when people feel your first offering is always your best one, it...

NME review
03.03.14

Scuzzed-out indie that giddily justifies its debt to NY forefathers

Punk News review
03.03.14

Review by John Gentile and Ricky Frankel The reason why Ezra Kire succeeds in his projects is because he's not afraid to go big. For some reason, modern punk has developed the...

Punk News review
28.02.14

"You don't have to tell me how to feel, cuz I don't give a fuck, this time for real" is the first thing uttered by lead vocalist Rachel Feldman on Lipstick Homicide's most recent...

Insound review
25.02.14

Creative Adult comes from the diverse musical breeding ground of California's North Bay Punk scene. The band's sonic blast careens between the harsh, noisy punk of Scratch Acid...

Punk News review
27.02.14

Creative Adult has a different sound than most of the Run For Cover roster which helps them stand out a bit more. After Bulls In The Yard last year, you could tell they needed...