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Interviews: Passing the torch with Matt Pless
Punknews' David Wilkns recently spoke with solo musician Matt Pless (formerly of 3 Prong Outlet), who released his new album Nero on September 13th through Paper + Plastic Records. David gets a chance to ask about Matt's recently completed massive 3-month tour, working with Vinnie Fiorello (Less Than Jake, Paper+Plastic founder), and the future of Matt Pless among other things.


New Review Update: New Reviews for October 21, 2019
Today's reviews are: Stiff Little Fingers / The Avengers - Live in ChicagoMatt Pless - NeroAdrenaline O.D. - The Wacky Hi-Jinks of Adrenaline O.D. (reissue)You can check out any of our reviews right here. 


Bruce Lee Band stream new album
Mike Park's The Bruce Lee Band is streaming their new album. It's calledRental!! Eviction!! and it's out December via Asian Man records. The a-side is 7 new songs recorded with Jeff Rosentock, Dan Potthast and Kevin Higuchi. The b-side includes all of the Community Support Group 7-inch. check out the album here


Exclusive Videos: Check out Anthem Grief's new video "Game, Set, Match, Gas"
Punknews is excited to premiere a new video from Philly duo Anthem Grief. The song, "Game, Set, Match, Gas" is the lead track from the band's 2018 EP Defense Mechanisms, with the video being shot in Brazil by Derick Borba. The band has this to say about their song and the new video:


Videos: Swan Prince: "Dangerous Weather"
UK's Swan Prince have released their newest video. "Dangerous Weather" from the recent EP Enjoy the Rain, which was released in March of this year via the non-profit label Hell Hath No Fury Records.


Music: Answering Machine: "Bad Luck"
Brooklyn based punks Answering Machine released a new single over at Get Alternative. The band is working on a new album and have left "Bad Luck" as a taste of what's to come. The single will be availabe on all streaming platforms on October 26th, 2019. You can click here to listen to "Bad Luck".


Tours: Divided Heaven (Florida and Southwest)
Los Angeles based singer-songwriter Divided Heaven announced a string of dates in Florida for The Fest and some dates in the Southwest this November. Indie Rock Travis Hayes will be joining as co-headliners on some of the Southwest dates. Divided Heaven released Cold War in 2018. See below to view the tour dates.


Videos: Laughing In The Face Of: "Running with Coffee"
Birmingham, UK skatepunks Laughing In The Face Of have released a new single from their upcoming album. "Running with Coffee" is off of the bands forthcoming album Here Lies Ordinary, which will be released in the near future by Lockjaw Records. This is the band's first new music since 2013's The Governor 7". LITFO also has some gigs lined up next month. You can check out the new track, and those dates, below.


Arnocorps to go on hiatus
Arnocorps has stated that they are going on hiatus. The band's final show will be November 22 at Tentacle Fest in Berkeley with Tsunami Bomb and World/Inferno Friendship Society. Singer Holzfeuer released a statement: "Hey come on! I've had many people expressing concerns and all this. I'm very appreciative, but I just wanted to make it clear that I'm at my absolute lifetime pinnacle of both my physical and mental well being! This peak health is the very reason I have the will and strength to step away right now. The band has been going for 20 years and I'm the only member to never miss a single show. It's a massive team effort, but much of keeping the band going has been on my shoulders, right there. It's time to finally conquer other things I've had on the back burner for far too long, while I'm still at my best! I'm taking my own goddamn advices about reaching my own heroic potential and all these kinds of things! EXACTLY! But hey -- thank you! Means a lot that so many people care!"


Festivals & Events: Not Fest VII announces lineup
Australia's Not Fest VII, put on by Whisk and Key Records have announced the lineup for this year's event. The "Fest-alternative" for those who can't make the trip features over 15 bands through three nights, including Carb on Carb, Nerdlinger, Ate Bit, and more. You can check out the details of that event below.


Tours: Bigwig (Northeast and Florida)
New Jersey's punks Bigwig have announced two sets of show dates in November and December. The first will be a few dates in the New York/New Jersey/ Pennsylvania area and the second will be in Florida. See below to view the dates.


In Memoriam: Dave King, designer of Crass logo, has passed away
Unfortunately, late last week, artist Dave King, who designed the Crass logo and many other works passed away. The cause of death was not revealed. King was born in England in 1948, but more recently, resided in San Francisco. Steve Ignorant of Crass stated: "I'm absolutely gutted to have to tell you that Dave King, who designed the Crass symbol, has died. He was a bloody good mate and I'll miss him. My thoughts and arms reach out to Dionne, his soulmate of many years. But we can all take comfort in the knowledge that a part of Dave is emblazoned on people's bodies all over the world. See you later Dave. You'll never be forgotten. Here's to you mate. Steve"


Videos: X release new video, announce single and West Coast tour
Punk legends X have announced they will be releasing a new single next month. Featured will be new versions of two X songs: "Delta 88 Nightmare," which was previously available as a rough demo, and ?Cyrano de Berger?s Back," which appeared on '87s See How We Are. That single is due out November 29th at Fat Possum Records. The band has also released a video for the former, and will also embark on a West Coast tour in November, which includes multi-night engagements at many stops. Although having released a few compilations and live albums in the interim, X's most recent studio album is 1993's Hey Zeus!. You can check out that new video, and those tour dates, below.


New Review Update: New Reviews for October 18, 2019
Today's reviews are: Jimmy Eat World - SurvivingThe Follow Ups - ...Don't Like You EitherLa Neve - Live in PhiladelphiaYou can check out any of our reviews right here. 


Vixen77 added to the Sonic Attack with Rodney Anonymous' 7th Victim on Nov 23 in Philly!
On November 23, we're throwing the SONIC ATTACK in Philly at Creep Records. Dead Milkmen's Rodeny Anonymous and Janet Bressler will headline the show as the synth-punk unit 7th Victim. Catbite is bringing their classic ska-meets-Little Richard stlye and Christoph Jesus of Crazy and the Brains is bringing his one-a-kind weirdness and awesome jams. We're THRILLED to announce that Philly's own Vixen77 will also be playing the show! Vixen77 take the classic punk attack of the first wave bands, add in a little Runaways edge, and just kick out fast and snappy tunes. You can hear some of their tracks below! The cost of the show is $5-10 on a sliding scale. If you get an advance ticket, you also get a surprise goodie bag at the show, that includes a free record and cool other stuff. Gates open at 7pm and the show starts at 7:15 sharp! This is NOT on punk time, so get there at 7pm, sharp! You can check out the facebook event page here.You can get tickets here!!!

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