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06/24/2021

Sincere Engineer release "Recluse In The Making" video
 
Sincere Engineer have released a video for their new song "Recluse In The Making". The song is off their upcoming album Bless My Psyche due out September 10 via Hopeless Records. The band will be touring this fall with Hot Mulligan, Prince Daddy and The Hyena, and Super American. Sincere Engineer last released Rhombithian in 2017. Check out the video below.

06/24/2021

Ian MacKaye to do live interview tonight at 8pm pst
 
Tonight, at 8pm pst, Ian Mackaye will do a live interview where viewers can ask him questions. The event is in celebration of 20 years of The Vera Project. The Vera project scholarships and contributes to BIPOC artists in Seattle. You can check out the event here.

06/24/2021

Festivals & Events: Manchester Punk Fest announces 2022 line up
 
UK based Manchester Punk Fest has announced the first wave lineup for their 2022 festival. A Wilhelm Scream, Belvedere, Red City Radio, Fresh, Decent Criminal, Drones, and The Sewer Cats are among the bands announced. Manchester Punk Fest will take place April 15-17, 2022 in Manchester. See the full first wave lineup below.

06/24/2021

Tours: Bad Religion/Alkaline Trio/War On Women (US)
 
Bad Religion and Alkaline Trio have announced American tour dates for their co-headlining tour. War On Women will be joining them on all dates. The shows will take place this October and November and tickets go on sale Friday June 25. Bad Religion released Age of Unreason in 2019. Alkaline Trio released Is This Thing Cursed? in 2018. Check out the tour dates below.

06/24/2021

Tours: The World is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die announce fall tour
 
The World is a Beautiful Place and I Am No Longer Afraid To Die have announced a fall tour with Bent Knee and select dates with Greet Death and Gates. Tickets on sale today. See below to view the dates.

06/24/2021

Festivals & Events: Punk In Drublic Festival announce Worcester date
 
The Punk in Drublic festival has announced a Worcester, Massachusetts date for September 25, 2021. It will take place at The Palladium Outdoors. NOFX, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Pennywise, and Get Dead have been announced so far. The festival will also be playing in Denver this July.

06/24/2021

Festivals & Events: SBAM Fest announce first wave of bands to their 2022 festival
 
Austrian punk festival, SBAM Fest announced the first wave of bands to play their 2022 festival. Millencolin, The Bouncing Souls, A Wilhelm Scream, No Fun At All, Make War and The Venomous Pinks have been announced so far. The festival will happen in Linz, Austria on July 30th and 31st, 2022. For more information on the event or to purchase tickets, you can click here.

06/24/2021

Chrome to release new album
 
Weirdo-psyche-punkers Chrome will release a new album this Summer. It's called Scaropy and it's out August 13 via Cleopatra. In addition to having mastermind Helios Creed, the band's lineup now includes Hilary ?Stench? Hanes who was Chrome?s bass player for the band?s classic ?80s albums. Tommy L. Cyborg, Aleph Omega, and Lou Minatti XIII also return to the band. You can see the track list below. The band released Feel It Like a Scientist in 2014 and Techromancy in 2017.

06/24/2021

Mark Hoppus of Blink-182 undergoing chemotherapy for cancer
 
Sadly, yesterday afternoon, Mark Hoppus of Blink-182 stated that he is currently suffering from cancer and is undergoing chemotherapy. He stated that he has been through three months of treatment, which is still continuing. You can see his full statement below. Punknews wishes Hoppus a speedy recovery.

06/24/2021

New Review Update: New Reviews for June 23, 2021
 
We've got two dueling Rise Against reviews for ya, and a look at Fucked Up's newest masterpiece. Today's reviews are: Rise Against - Nowhere Generation Rise Against - Nowhere GenerationFucked Up - Year of the HorseYou can check out any of our reviews right here. 

06/23/2021

Tours: Authority Zero announce tour (US)
 
Authority Zero have announced American tour dates for this fall and winter. Tickets go on sale Friday, June 25. Authority Zero released their album Ollie Ollie Oxen Free earlier this year. Check out the tour dates below.

06/23/2021

Tours: Titus Andronicus announce "The Monitor" 10th anniversary tour and reissue
 
Titus Andronicus have announced tour dates for this November. They will be playing their 2010 album The Monitor in full on all dates. The band will be reissuing a remastered version of the album for its 10th anniversary. It will be out on vinyl October 22 via XL Recordings. The band has also released a 2009 demo of "Titus Andronicus Forever". Titus Andronicus released An Obelisk in 2019. Check out the video and tour dates below.

06/23/2021

Colleen Green to release new album
 
Colleen Green has announced her first new studio album since 2015. (she has released a few EPS and a Blink-182 covers tape since then). The new album is called Cool and it's out September 10 via Hardly Art. She worked with producer Gordon Raphael on the record. You can see the first video, "I wanna be a dog" and the tracklist below.

06/23/2021

The Effens release "Punishment"
 
The Effens have released a new song. The song is called "Punishment" and is off their upcoming EP Eventually that will be out July 30 via Hidden Pony Records and LootBag Records. The Effens released their self-titled album in 2019. Check out the new song below.

06/23/2021

Worriers release acoustic version of "They/Them/Theirs"
 
Worriers have released an acoustic version of their song "They/Them/Theirs". The song originally appeared on their 2015 album Imaginary Life. All proceeds will go towards the Sylvia Rivera Law Project. Worriers released You or Someone You Know in 2020. Check out the song below.

 
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