Punknews is excited to bring you an exclusive stream of Get Married’s new EP, Into The Cosmos, out this Friday, December 9th, via Wiretap Records. The songs on Into The Cosmosare fueled by a nostalgia for early rock and roll and doo-wop, as well as first-wave emo and shoegaze.
You can pick up a copy of Into The Cosmos EP on 7″ vinyl here and hear the whole thing below, right now.
France’s Hellfest has announced its major details. The festival will be June 16-18 in Clisson, France. Bands playing include Damned, Ranicd, Deafheaven, Dillinger Escape Plan, Prophets of Rage, Helmet, Trapped Under Ice, Comeback Kid, Slayer, Agnostic Front, Leftover Crack, Suicidal Tendencies, Integrity, DRI, Bouncing Souls, Blue Oyster Cult, and more. See the full line up below.
Archie Meets Ramones
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Today, Punknews is pleased to bring you the new video by Red City Radio. Regular Punknews-ers, this one is right up your alley: this one is about melodic gruff-punk and beer.
A little while ago, members of Fairlanes opened their own brewery in Denver called Ratio Beerworks. The brewery often has bands come in a play acoustic sets and they’ve just started releasing those sessions as “Ratio Sessions.”
In May, Red City Radio stopped in for a session. You can see their acoustic take on “Electricity” below. Tomorrow Zach from Pears is stopping by the Brewery to do his own session. You can check that out Tuesday night at 2920 Larimer St., Denver. In the meantime, see RCR’s vid below, right now.
Micky Fitz the lead vocalist of The Business has passed away. He had been diagnosed with cancer in 2015. No official announcement from the band has been made as of yet.
The Business were one of the UK’s first Oi bands. After a string of early singles, including the hit “Smash the Discos,” the band released their debut album Suburban Rebels in 1983. The band’s original run lasted until 1988. They reformed in ’92 and have been a unit since then. They were influential on many punk rockers, including Lars Frederiksen, Andy Lefton, Dropkick Murphys, and many more. Punknews sends its condolences to Micky’s family and friends.