[Photo by: Skinny Lister/Connor MacRae, Jeff Rosenstock,SideOneDummy Records]

Don’t miss new music from Hot Mulligan and HARM—plus, you can catch Hundredth at SXSW. Check out the news you might have missed today below!

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1. Hatebreed, the Acacia Strain, Knocked Loose and more were announced for the Heartland Throwdown festival

In case you missed Knocked Loose or Hatebreed’s headlining tours, fear not! These two massive tours are colliding in one pretty jam-packed night. The one-day event, the Heartland Throwdown festival, will feature every band from each tour respectively. It will be taking place at the Sokol Auditorium + Underground in Omaha, Nebraska, Thursday, March 22. You can get your tickets here

Upstairs
Hatebreed
Knocked Loose
Crowbar
Twitching Tongues

Downstairs
The Acacia Strain
Terror
Jesus Piece
Year Of The Knife
Jocko

2. Hot Mulligan premiered their new song “The Soundtrack To Missing A Slam Dunk”

Hot Mulligan have premiered their latest song, “The Soundtrack To Missing A Slam Dunk,” via Substream Magazine! The track is taken from the band's upcoming album, Pilot. The album will be available March 23 via No Sleep Records. You can get your copy here. Plus, the band will be heading out on tour with Knuckle Puck, Boston Manor, Free Throw and Jetty Bones. Pick up tickets here

3. HARM announced a new EP and released a new single

HARM, a post-hardcore band from North Carolina, have announced their new EP, What We Know Is A Drop. The album will be released March 2, and you can watch the band's newest video for “She Knows Who She Is, She Just Forgot For A Little While” above. The band will also be going on a small EP release tour, and you can check out the dates below: 

03/02 – Greensboro, NC
03/04 – Nashville, TN
03/06 – Augusta, GA
03/07 – Suwannee, GA
03/08 – Statesboro, GA
03/09 – Charleston, SC
03/10 – Charlotte, NC

4. Hundredth announced their SXSW performance

Hundredth announced that they will be playing at this year's SXSW! The event will be held March 9 through the 18th, and you can check out the band when they perform March 13.

5. Between You & Me shared a studio update

Australian pop punkers Between You & Me have shared a studio update, and we can't wait to hear more! Until that time comes, you can listen to their latest song “Overthinking” here.

6. Jeff Rosenstock shared a new music video for his song “Melba”

“Melba” is taken from the musician's latest album, POST-, which you can stream and/or buy here! Be sure to check out Jeff Rosenstock on tour—you can see the dates and buy tickets here!

7. Joyce Manor announced a new tour

Joyce Manor are going on tour. We repeat, Joyce Manor are going on tour. The band will be doing a few gigs with awakebutstillinbed. Tickets go on sale tomorrow. You can get yours here.

8. Skinny Lister premiered a politically-charged new song

The London-based rockers in Skinny Lister have premiered a politically-charged new track, “Thing Like That.” The song is taken from the band's recently released album The Devil, The Heart & The Fight. You can get your copy of the album here! The band will also be embarking on a U.S. headlining tour with Will Varley. For dates and tickets to the shows, you can go here

9. Council share their latest music video “Rust To Gold”

New York rockers Council have released their latest music video for “Rust To Gold.” The song was featured in the 2018 Winter Olympics, and you can stream and/or buy the song, with two additional songs, here

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