Bearings Drop a New Single and Video for “Slip” – Deluxe Reissue of “The Best Part About Being Human” Coming Soon

Canadian pop-punk act, Bearings, have just released a reimagined version of their single “Slip.” It comes from the recently announced deluxe reissue of The Best Part About Being Human. The record is due out 24th September, via Pure Noise Records. It was produced by Sam Guaiana (Silverstein, Between You & Me), and features three new songs and three re-imagined. Check out the new single and more in the article below.
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Less Than Jake Drop Their New Single “Broken Words”

Ska-punk legends, Less Than Jake, have just released their first original music in years, with their new single “Broken Words.” The track, exploring the theme of miscommunication and the frustration of messages getting lost in translation, is out now via Pure Noise Records. Check out the single and more below.
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ALBUM REVIEW: The Story So Far – I Want To Disappear

As one of the highest acclaimed modern Pop Punk bands, The Story So Far has set a high bar for themselves to live up to with every new release. After almost six years since their last album Proper Dose proved their ability to go beyond standard Pop Punk, the band is continuing their legacy with their fifth album I Want To Disappear (Pure Noise Records). Continue reading

The Bar Stool Preachers Share Their Single and Video “Call Me On The Way Home (Reimagined)” – New EP Coming Soon

Brighton, UK punks, The Bar Stool Preachers, have announced they will be releasing their new EP, Below The Static, on the 13th of September 2024 via Pure Noise Records. It features reimagined versions of songs from the bands 2022 album, Above The Static. They have also released a video for the new single, “Call Me On The Way Home (Reimagined).” Check it out below.
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ALBUM REVIEW: The Early November – The Early November

New Jersey Alt-Rock stalwarts The Early November are back with the obligatory step in every artist’s career – the self-titled album (via Pure Noise Records). Now just a duo, frontman Ace Enders and drummer Jeff Kummer, The Early November seventh record is a distillation of their signature, emo-meets-pop-punk style of alternative rock with its crunchy guitars, polished hooks and introspective, angst-filled lyrics.  Continue reading

SeeYouSpaceCowboy Book Headlining UK and EU Tour Dates

SeeYouSpaceCowboy have announced their 16 date Coup De Grâce UK & EU headline tour, starting in August 2024. Earlier this year, they released their new album Coup De Grâce, and their music video for “Lubricant Like Kerosene” (ft. Kim Dracula), via Pure Noise Records They will also be playing this years Burn It Down Festival in Torquay and No Play Festival in Liverpool. Tour support comes from Killing Me Softly and Boneflower. Head into the article below for the live listings and more.
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Four Year Strong Drop Their Single and Video for “uncooked” and Announce New Album

New England rock band, Four Year Strong, have just dropped their new single, “uncooked,” along with a music video. In the same move, they have also announced the release of their forthcoming album, analysis paralysis. It is due out on the 09th of August 2024, via Pure Noise Records. Keep reading below for the new video and more information.
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ALBUM REVIEW: Knocked Loose – You Won’t Go Before You’re Supposed To

Kentucky Hardcore stalwarts Knocked Loose continue to march forward in their vision of beatdown in the form of their third full-length, You Won’t Go Before You’re Supposed To (Pure Noise). Twenty-seven minutes of cathartic aggression laced with panic riffs of nu-metal fame and climaxing at soul-crushing breakdowns is all the band needs to prove their rightful spot in the upper echelon of modern Hardcore. With three absolute banger singles put out before release of the album, the rest of the tracks need to stand out on their own as well, which they do.Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Grumpster – Grumpster

Contrary to popular belief, Pop Punk and Emo are far from dead and buried. There are tons of true-school cool pocket scenes all over with great bands and fans supporting the hell out of them. One of best bands that have come from the underground recently to earn props is Grumpster from Oakland. Always a legendary place for Punk (thank you East Bay scene, 924 Gilman Street), but has had more than a few killer bands of late too. Continue reading

SeeYouSpaceCowboy Drop a Video for “Lubricant Like Kerosene” Featuring Kim Dracula – New Album Out Now

SeeYouSpaceCowboy have recently released their new album, Coup De Grâce, via Pure Noise Records. They have also dropped their latest video single, “Lubricant Like Kerosene,” featuring Kim Dracula. The band are currently on the road, and have added Summer dates with The Callous Daoboys, Omerta, and Roman Candle. Head into the article below for the new video, live listings, and more.
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