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Videos: Hot Apostles: ?Crucify?
We are pleased to bring to you a Punknews exclusive premiere of Denver's Hot Apostles. The band recently released a politically charged rock single titled "Crucify" and we are premiering the music video for the track. "Crucify" was engineered and mixed by Nick Sullivan, mastered by Jonathan Russell and recorded at Colorado studio, The Keep. See below to watch the music video.


The Slow Death Re-Release Born Ugly, Got Worse
Rad Girlfriend Records have re-released the Born Ugly, Got Worse LP by Minneapolis, Minnesota's The Slow Death. The album was previously released in October 2011 on Kiss of Death Records.


Music: Honey And Salt: ?A Nihilist Takes Up Knitting?
Austin's math-rock band Honey and Salt released another track over at Post-Trash. The track is called "A Nihilist Takes Up Knitting" and it is the opening track from their new self-titled full-length album. The album will be available on April 6th, 2018 on Spartan Records. See below to listen to the track.


Music: NOFX: "There's No 'Too Soon' If Time Is Relative"
NOFX released a new song over the weekend called "There's No 'Too Soon' If Time Is Relative." The band last released First Ditch Effort in 2016 via Fat Wreck Chords. You can listen to the track below.


Tours: Debt Neglector announce Florida shows
Debt Neglector have announced a couple of shows in Florida that are scheduled for late March. The band last released Atomicland in 2017. You can see the list of shows below.


Sunday Edition: Navel Gazing March 18, 2018
Hello everyone and welcome to Navel Gazing: your look back in the week in Punknews. I'm Ricky Frankel and I'll be your guide through some of the juiciest, most popular and otherwise noteworthy stories from the last seven days. Remember, every Punknews story and review is built from tips from our wonderful, good-looking readers, so get to submitting a story, feel free to submit a review or if you are a photographer continue reading below. Here's what got the strange, slow and old community talking this week: Photo Credit: John Paul Allen / PunkWorldViews.com


Silent Barn DIY Space to Close Doors
The New York venue Silent Barn has announced they will be shutting their doors come April 30th. The community space in Bushwick held national and local acts, as well as artist residencies and community programs. This will be another name on an ever growing list of New York DIY spaces to shut down over the years, including Palisades, Shea Stadium, Death by Audio, and 285 Kent. Punknews writer Okra Windfree has put together an article looking at the venue's hardships and its history. Check it out below.


New Review Update: New Reviews for March 16, 2018
Today's reviews are: Hot Snakes - Jericho Sirens Soccer Mommy - Clean16 Guns - We Were 16 Guns, You Fuckin' Weren'tDowzer - So Much For Silver LiningsYou can check out any of our reviews right here. 


Streams: Tied To A Bear: "Melville"
Boston's melodic punk band Tied To A Bear. The track is called "Melville" and it will be released on their new album called True Places. True Places will be out on May 4th, 2018 through Gunner Records. Tied To A Bear featured members of Choke Up, Landmines, Wolves and the Radio, and singer/songwriter Jeff Rowe. The band will be embarking on their first tour of Europe in May to support the release. See below to listen to the track.


Music: Watch Daggermouth's new video for "You Do This as a Fad, We Do This as a Lifestyle"
We're stoked to premiere a new video today from the recently reunited Vancouver punk band Daggermouth. The video, directed by Lee Gauthreaux, revisits an older song. "You Do This as a Fad, We Do This as a Lifestyle" appeared on the band's 2007 release Turf Wars, which is set for a limited edition reissue soon on Little Rocket Records. That release will coincide with an upcoming UK tour this April, which will see the band play Europe for the very first time alongside Lost Avenue.


Videos: Eat Dirt release video from upcoming EP
UK's Eat Dirt have released a video for their new song "Pull Out". The track comes out on their upcoming EP Welcome to Shithouse-on-Sea, which is due out April 27th on Umlaut Records, and follows their self-titled debut EP, which was released last summer.


Tours: The Lillingtons/Ray Rocket (Europe)
The Lillingtons have announced a European tour with Ray Rocket. The band last released Stella Sapiente in 2017 via Fat Wreck Chords. You can see the list of shows below.


Streams: Our Lives in Cinema: "Talk You Up"
Another great day and another great Punknews exclusive. Our Lives In Cinema is a pop/melodic-punk five-piece out of London that mixes the best of a whole bunch of genres. Compositionally complicated but always a pleasure on the ears, these guys are like if Jason Beebout of Samiam decided to get together with Strung Out, but only to play Pegboy-inspired songs. Truly a catch! The song, "Talk you Up," comes off of the band's second EP ALL TALK, which is due out March 23rd via Umlaut Records, with pre-orders up today. OLIC's first, self-titled, EP was released just this past September, so let's hope that they keep up this pace!


Tours: Lost Avenue announce UK Tour
Northern Ireland's Lost Avenue will be heading out on tour this coming April. The first part of the tour will be playing support for Daggermouth (indicated below with an *), while the second part will see them headlining their own gigs before topping it all off with a show with Wonk Unit. The band will be touring to ramp up support for their upcoming album Fears, due out soon via Little Rocket Records.


Music: No Fun At All: "Forth"
No Fun At All have released a new song called "Forth." The track will be on the band's upcoming album titled GRIT which is due out on April 13, 2018 via Bird Attack Records. You can listen to the track below.

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