Articles about Punk
Useless ID in London
Romi Schneider took some fantastic shots of Useless ID when they played London recently. View full gallery here…
The Decline – Are You Gonna Eat That?
Are You Gonna Eat That? is a hard punk kick in the teeth from the minute you hit play, it’s impossible to stay still whilst listening to this album, from the stellar guitar and vocals from Pat Decline and Ben Elliot, to the fast paced drum beats from Harry and the pounding base delivered by Ray Ray, Are You Gonna Eat That? is an excellent album and one I haven’t been able to stop listening to.
The New Tusk announce UK tour
Do you like The Cribs? Do you like punk? If so, you’ll love The New Tusk! The band, who’s EP Sloom is a perfect soundtrack for everything! Do you need some tunes when getting ready for a show? Sloom works. How about a skating soundtrack? Sloom works. But what if you just want to chill with a good book? Yep, You guessed it! Sloom works too!
Lagwagon in London
Romi took some awesome shots of legendary punk rockers Lagwagon recently. View full gallery here…
Columbus announce debut album!
Brisbane alternative punk trio Columbus have announced their debut slbum will be released via UNFD on August 26 and titled Spring Forever.
Grieving – Demonstrations EP
Grieving are a new and exciting, upcoming band. The four piece band hail from Cambridge, UK. Having only formed in late 2015, the band have come a long way, quickly. Demonstrations is their debut EP.
Creeper at 2000 Trees 2016
Helen Messenger’s epic shots of Creeper rocking the Main Stage at 2000 Trees!
Revenge Of The Psychotronic Man – Colossal Velocity
‘Colossal Velocity’ is Revenge of the Psychotronic Man’s (RTM) third album, and like 2009’s ‘Make Pigs Smoke’, is a homage of sorts to Alan Partridge. The band even adapted their album trailer to match Partridge’s Alpha Papa.
The Bronx at 2000 Trees Festival 2016
Helen Messenger’s superb shots of The Bronx at 2000 Trees Festival 2016.
THE HOSTILES-LAST CALL
Are you a big fan of ska punk? And do you enjoy listening to bands from the 90s like Rancid and Reel Big Fish? If so, The Hostiles’ newest release Last Call will be right up your street.
Colt 45 join with local community to show that What You See is What You Get
The Cumbrian punks have teamed up with students from Cumbria University to produce a cinematic spectacle for latest single What You See is What You Get. The track is taken from the trio’s recently released Snakes & Ladders EP.
The Kenneths – All Cried Out
London punks The Kenneths have unveiled the video for new track All Cried Out. The band have played around 150 shows since their January 2016 formation including playing with Anti-Flag, The Licks, Less Than Jake and even spent all of last summer in America on the Vans Warped Tour after being personally invited by organiser Kevin Lyman!
Cold Years are Death Chasers
Aberdeen punk quintet Cold Years are set to release EP Death Chasers on August 13 via their local independent record label Fat Hippy Records.
Taking Back Punk-Day?! Taking Back Sunday Return With ‘Tidal Wave’
“Throughout each song on the record, there are a lot of references to water,” TAKING BACK SUNDAY vocalist Adam Lazzara tells Entertainment Weekly who broke the news about their seventh studio album TIDAL WAVE, which is set for release on Hopeless Records on September 16, 2016.