Culture Abuse and Gouge Away announce tour—plus, don’t miss Dear Seattle’s new single “Maybe.” Check out the news you might have missed today below!

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Single Mothers premiere new song “Switch Off”

Canadian punk band Single Mothers have been working since 2008 and premiered their brand-new song “Switch Off” today. The band experimented with a sound more deeply rooted in hardcore on the new track.

Annihilation 2018 reveals new artists

The Annihilation music festival announced Tuesday evening that artists White Chapel,
Chelsea Grin, Oceano, Slaughter To Prevail, Settle The Sky, the Black Dahlia Murder, Negative Approach and Battlecross are slated to perform Nov. 16 and 17 at the Civic Music Hall in Toledo, Ohio.

More artists will be announced soon. Tickets range from $30-$49.99.

Wicca Phase Springs Eternal announces European tour

Wicca Phase Springs Eternal will be supported by Cremation Lily on his fall tour through
Europe. He will playing at the Pitchfork Music Festival in Paris on his tour as well. Tickets can be purchased here.


10/30 — Paris, FR @ Pitchfork Music Festival
11/01 — Berlin, DE @ Burg Schnabel
11/02 — Amsterdam, NL @ Melkweg
11/03 — Brussels, BE @ Botanique
11/05 — Brighton, UK @ Green Door Store
11/06 — London, UK @ The Underworld

Culture Abuse and Gouge Away announce tour

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Alternative bands Culture Abuse and Gouge Away will be heading out on tour starting in October. They will hit major cities on the East Coast and conclude their tour with shows in the U.K. Tickets can be found


10/04 — Orlando, FL @ Will’s Pub
10/06 — Queens, NY @ Death Match
10/07 — Charleston, WV @ Bully Trap
10/08 — Richmond, VA @ Gallery 5
10/09 — Philadelphia, PA @ Voltage Lounge
10/10 — Boston, MA @ Hardcore Stadium
10/11 — Baltimore, MD @ Windup Space
10/12 — Long Island, NY @ Amityville Music Hall
10/13 — Buffalo, NY @ Mohawk Place
10/17 — Southampton, UK @ Joiners
10/18 — Birmingham, UK @ Actress & Bishop
10/19 — Nottingham, UK @ Bodega
10/20 — Leeds, UK @ Key Club
10/21 — Brighton, UK @ Hope & Ruin
10/22 — Bristol, UK @ Exchange
10/23 — Glasgow, UK @ King Tuts
10/24 — Manchester, UK @ Star & Garter
10/25 — London, UK @ Boston Music Room
10/27 — Hasselt, BE @ Groezrock

BRUISE announce tour and stream new album

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Indiana metal band BRUISE are set to release their new record
Grief Ritual this Friday Aug. 31, but they began streaming it early. Fans can also rage with the band on their U.S. tour starting Sept. 14 and ending Sept. 28. The Boundaries and Sledge will be their support.


09/14 Louisville, KY @ Spinelli’s
09/15 South Bend, IN @ The Well
09/16 Detroit, MI @ The Sanctuary
09/17 Kittanning, PA @ Radioactive Events Centre
09/18 Baltimore, MD @ The Rockwell
09/19 Columbia, SC @ Tapp’s Art Centre
09/20 Jacksonville, FL @ Nighthawks
09/22 Ocean Springs, MS @ Crooked Letter Brewery
09/23 Houston, TX @ White Swan
09/24 Dallas, TX @ Killers Tacos
09/25 Colorado Springs, CO @ Triple Nickel Tavern
09/27 Omaha, NE @ Lookout Lounge
09/28 Milwaukee, WI @ JJ’s

Dear Seattle release new single “Maybe”

Australian rockers Dear Seattle debuted their single “Maybe,” which is now available on all streaming services. The band hope to release their full-length album in early 2019.

After Touch release single, announce EP

Hailing from Australia, After Touch push hardcore to a new level, especially in their new single “Six Feet Closer” from their upcoming EP
You Wish This Was About You, out Sept. 7.

The Wombats debut single “Bee-Sting”

Alternative favorites the Wombats debuted a brand-new song called “Bee-Sting” earlier today. The group also announced they will release an extended version of their chart-ranking album
Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life. It will feature three new tracks and will be released Nov. 9.

You can also catch the Wombats out on tour this fall in major U.S. cities starting Sept. 27.

Pig Destroyer release new music video


Grindcore band Pig Destroyer released a new music video for their song “Mt. Skull”. The song will appear on their upcoming album Head Cage, which will be released Sept. 7.