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Zombie Schoolboy “Hey California!”

Earlier this month, Pop Punk super group Zombie Schoolboy released a new single called “Hey California!”. The group was built from the remains of group like The Fall Four, Danger Is My Middle Name, and The Fastest Kid Alive hence the word “Zombie”. This this their first release since 2018’s, Flashlights in a Dark Place.

Zombie Schoolboy is the work of Billy Cox (guitar), Craig Miller (vocals, guitar), Zane Spiegel (drums), and Rob Hlavka (bass).

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Dump Him prepares for record release, plays Flywheel Arts Collective 08.28

Northampton’s Dump Him does not care much if you think its music is good or bad; the band’s liberating rock is for everyone. Letting rip fast-paced distorted guitars, eruptive drums, and sticky-good pop choruses, the group keeps the voltage high and the pop-punk cream thick. The band’s latest set of singles “Dykes To Watch Out For” and “Trash” are confirmation that the group plans on keeping its middle finger flying high toward the establishment, with powerful messages about personal freedom and empowering rock ‘n’ roll—the way any great punk band ought to do. The two singles are a preview of the group’s upcoming record Dykes To Watch Out For set for release on August 30th. If you want to catch Dump Him live, you can make your way to the Flywheel Arts Collective in Easthampton, MA tomorrow evening. We are streaming the upcoming album’s title track for you below. - Rene Cobar





Krust Toons: "If You Wanted to Get Laid..." by Tedd Hazard

Krust Toons: "If You Wanted to Get Laid..." by Tedd Hazard - please feel free to drop him a line at teddandthehazards@gmail.com if you dig or have any funny ideas. You can also check out more of his illustrations and animation shorts HERE.

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Debut Fracture EP Available for Streaming & Download

Hardcore quartet Fracture recently shared its debut five tracks as Demo. The band instantly tears in with menacing determination. An unrelenting steamroller of concise, compact ferocity simply makes you want to burn it all down. (Obviously digging the cover art as well!)

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Black Beach previews upcoming album with noisy single "Sometimes This Body Lets Me Down"

Harsh, loud, disturbing, and plenty entertaining is "Sometimes This Body Lets Me Down" the latest single from Boston post-punk rockers Black Beach. The grainy song features all the ire of bursting drums, mangled guitar riffs, and swelling vocal cords—think Black Sabbath and Rage Against the Machine in a fiery car crash. The single is a thorny preview of the band's upcoming record Tapeworm due out October 11th. Black Beach is known for its penchant for doom-laced tunes and its flirtations with grunge disruptions; the energetic single is a promise of more madness to come. We are streaming "Sometimes This Body Lets Me Down" below to agitate your weekend. - Rene Cobar

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