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08/21/2019

Interviews: Top 100 Albums of 2000-2009 #1 Pick Interviews (part 2)
 
During the polling for the Top 100 Albums of 2000-2009, 17 different Punknews staffers contributed, and we ended up with 17 different #1 picks for Best Album of the Decade. I engaged in "interviews" (more like conversations) with many of the poll's participants to talk about their #1 picks. These resulted in a discussions that are as varied and dynamic as the contributors themselves. Over the course of the week Punknews will be presenting these interviews for your enjoyment.

08/20/2019

New Review Update: New Reviews for August 20, 2019
 
Today's reviews are: Micah Schnabel - Hello, My Name Is Henry (a novel) Drab Majesty - Live in Cambridge [[Ceschi - San Soleil You can check out any of our reviews right here. 

08/20/2019

Face to Face to re-release 'Ignorance Is Bliss'
 
Face to Face are going to reissue Ignorance is Bliss. The album was originally released in 1999 and Antagonist Records is putting out a new version of the album. The 20th anniversary release includes songs from the bonus EP So Why Aren't You Happy and is remastered. It's out November 1.

08/20/2019

Videos: The Eradicator: "I'mma Be Me"
 
Chicago based masked squashed punk The Eradicator released a music video for "I'mma Be Me". The track will be out on his new album, Peak Eradicator coming out on September 30th. See more to view the music video.

08/20/2019

The Menzingers release new video
 
The Menzingers have released a new video. It's for the song "America (You're Freaking Me Out)." That's off Hello Exile, out October 4 via Epitaph. Check out the new vid below.

08/20/2019

Decibel Fest: Los Angeles finalizes lineup
 
Decibel Magazine Metal & Beer Fest: Los Angeles has announced its full lineup. Playing this year are Possessed, Nails, Cadaver, Intronaut, Evoken, Gatecreeper, Graf Orlock, Carcass, Vio-lence, Schammasch, Xibalba, Spirit Adrift, Visigoth, and Mortuous. The event is December 13th-14th at The Observatory in Santa Ana, CA.

08/20/2019

Elephant 6 documentary released via VHS loner copies, only
 
Filmmaker Chad Stockfleth spent the last ten years working on a documentary on The Elephant 6 Recording Company, the collective that included The Apples in Stereo, the Olivia Tremor Control, Neutral Milk Hotel, Beulah, Elf Power, Of Montreal, The Minders, and Circulatory System. It's out now, but only via VHS. Also, you have to borrow it similar to a library book.Stockfleth distributed flyers for the VHS at coffee shops and record stores in Chicago, New York, Atlanta, Portland, Athens, Los Angeles, and more. The flyers included tabs with a phone number at the bottom that you can tear off. After you call the number, you get instructions on how to get a copy of the VHS, which you are asked to return after viewing. The VHS comes with a library card you are asked to sign, as well. Each VHS also comes with a flyer for you to hang up around town. The film is titled A Future History Of: The Elephant 6 Recording Co and is "available" now.

08/20/2019

Tours: Millencolin announce EU tour for the new year
 
Following their tour of the Nordic lands this coming October, melodic punk veterans Millencolin will be heading out for an EU tour this coming January. For the 2020 dates, Pkew Pkew Pkew will be in tow. Millencolin is continuing to tour in support of their recent LP SOS, which was released earlier this year via Epitaph Records. You can check out the dates of both of those tours below.

08/20/2019

Face to Face to release 'Live in a Dive'
 
Face to Face will release a live album. It's part of Fat Wreck Chords' Live in a Dive series and was recorded at St. Vitus in Brooklyn earlier this year. The band is also touring with Lagwagon. Check out the tracklist and tour dates below.

08/20/2019

Interviews: Top 100 Albums of 2000-2009 #1 Pick Interviews (part 1)
 
During the polling for the Top 100 Albums of 2000-2009, 17 different Punknews staffers contributed, and we ended up with 17 different #1 picks for Best Album of the Decade. I engaged in "interviews" (more like conversations) with many of the poll's participants to talk about their #1 picks. These resulted in a discussions that are as varied and dynamic as the contributors themselves. Over the course of the week Punknews will be presenting these interviews for your enjoyment.

08/19/2019

New Review Update: New Reviews for August 19, 2019
 
Today's reviews are: The Proletariat - Move Catbite - Catbite Neck - You Don't Think It's EvilYou can check out any of our reviews right here. 

08/19/2019

Streams: Loser Points: "Nostalgia As A Drug"
 
Edmonton's Loser Points have release what appears to be another stand-alone single. The track, "Nostalgia As A Drug," is the second single the band has released so far this summer, the first came along with an announcement that the band was/is working on material for a new album, TBA, on Thousand Islands Records. Loser Points' most recent album, Denial & Error, was released in September of last year. LP will be heading out on a tour of Western Canada in September. You can check out the new single, as well as those dates, below.

08/19/2019

Festivals & Events: Blackout Fest announces full lineup
 
Seaway, Direct Hit, The Anti-Queens, The Penske File and more are scheduled to perform at this years' Blackout Fest in Ontario, Canada. The event, now in its 13th year, will take place over two days in October. You can check out this link for a full roster.

08/19/2019

Die Antwoord dropped from two festivals due to hate crime allegations
 
A video from 2012 appears to show Die Antwoord vocalist Ninja (Watkin Tudor Jones) assault Andy Butler of dance music group Hercules and Love Affair, while Yolandi Visser repeatedly calls Butler "faggot." After the attack as the video still runs, Ninja and Visser are heard discussing an accusation that Butler sexually assaulted Visser moments before the video starts, with the appearance that they are fabricating details about that assault. After release of the video, which was uploaded to YouTube on August 4th, organizers of both the Louder Than Life and Life is Beautiful events have announced that Die Antwoord have been removed from both festivals. On Sunday, August 18th, Ninja released a statement on the matter via Die Antwoord's social media. In that statement they make claim that the video has been maliciously edited by their former cameraman in retaliation for his termination several years ago, and that the incident in question was a fight between two parties based on the assault on Visser, and not in any way related to Butler's sexuality. He also states about the accusation that they were fabricating Butler's initial assault on Visser:

08/19/2019

Screaming Females to release rarities collection
 
Screaming Females are going to release a rarities and b-sides collection. It's called Singles Too and it's out October 18 via Don Giovanni records. Check out the track list below. The band released All at Once in 2018.

 
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