You can hear new song from Zolof the Rock and Roll Destroyer entitled "Don't You Want Me," courtesy of Reignition Recordings, right here. The track, a cover of The Human League, which features Reel Big Fish frontman Aaron Barrett, is set to appear on the group's forthcoming split release, Duet All Night Long, alongside Barrett's personal act. Duet All Night Long is scheduled to see release on February 20th via Reignition Recordings.
You can listen a new song from the Mad Caddies, entitled "Pyramid Scheme," courtesy of BBC Radio 1's Punk Show right here. The track is set to appear on the group's forthcoming, currently untitled full-length release, which has been slated for a tentative release of spring 2007.
In celebration of Halloween, Quote Unquote Records, the world's first, donation-based record label, has released a live set free for downwload from The Arrogant Sons of Bitches. The set, which features twelve, one-time only Radiohead covers, was recorded by the now defunct, Long Island ska-punk act in October 2004. You can download the entire set free of charge right here.
You can listen to a three-piece interview with The Johnstones, in which the band discusses their new, full-length release, Word Is Bond, as well as their signing with Montreal's Stomp Records, right here.
You can listen to a brand new song from Bomb the Music Industry! entitled "The Soul Crushing Northeast" on the Quote Unquote Records music player. The track is set to appear on the band's forthcoming EP, No No New York, which is scheduled to hit stores on an unannounced, later date.
Haste The Day will be chatting with 91.3 WHJE DJ Chris Beaven at their hometown radio station today. Lucky for all the fans, this interview will be broadcast LIVE all over the world via WHJE.com. It starts at 7:00 PM EST.
This is for those who were worried about the production: Below is what Andrew at EmotionalPunk.com had to say about the hardcopy of Thursday's new album, A City By The Light Divided, compared to the Myspace.com stream.
Thin Dark Line have released their cover of Blink 182's "Damnit" on their MySpace page. The band has also made a screenname: Thin Dark Line, which you can hit up all hours of the night and chat with various members. Let them know what you think of their new song!
Head on over to PunkRockVids.com and check out Thin Dark Line's video for their first single, "The Awesomeness." Also, go out and use some of your Christmas money to buy their debut album, The Resolution, which is out now through One Eleven.
I've been listening to Marathon a lot recently. They're a super energetic band that really brings back street-punk into the scene with a modern hint of melody. Both Jason and I think this band deserves some more recognition, so go check out their myspace page and give them a listen! Let me know what you think in the comments.
I really don't post much news and Absolutely Unsigned is being given a face lift, so I just wanted to take the time to point out three incredible unsigned bands. The Morning Of: They are currently number seven on Smartpunk's top 100 list of CD's sold and I'm guessing that once these guys hit the road they will start turning heads. They already have a very strong following in the hometown they just need to tour to generate more label attention. All Time Low: They are hometown guys from Baltimore, Maryland and even though they are still in high school they find time to tour (they have a few dates left of there current November tour). My totally sweet / rad opinion is that someone big is...