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Stick To Your Guns announce new album ‘Spectre,’ release “Weapon” video—watch
Stick To Your Guns announce new album ‘Spectre,’ release “Weapon” video—watch
Stick To Your Guns have announced a new album, Spectre. The release arrives July 29 via Pure Noise Records. Alongside the announcement, the band shared their first single and music video from the album, titled “Weapon.” The track is about "coming to terms with the reality of who I am," vocalist Jesse Barnett explains in a press release. The ban...
Urethane team up with Pennywise’s Jim Lindberg for “Inheritance”—watch
Urethane team up with Pennywise’s Jim Lindberg for “Inheritance”—watch
Urethane have released a new video for their single “Inheritance.” The track also features Jim Lindberg of Pennywise. Alternative Press is bringing you a first look at the new visual. The track comes from the band’s powerful debut record, Chasing Horizons, which was released in September 2021 via Cyber Tracks.  Read more: Ste... Read More ...
Steve Caballero on intersection of punk and skateboarding with new band Urethane
Steve Caballero on intersection of punk and skateboarding with new band Urethane
For Steve Caballero, the intersection of punk and skateboarding has always been at the forefront of what he does and creates for the world. Caballero burst onto the skateboarding scene in the groundbreaking years of the early ’80s and ’90s, skating alongside the sport’s most iconic figures while living in Southern California during its renaissance period, where punk rock was at its most prolific
NOFX explore history in new animated video for “The Big Drag”—watch
NOFX explore history in new animated video for “The Big Drag”—watch
NOFX have released an off-the-wall animated music video for the track “The Big Drag,” off their latest release, Single Album. The visual was created by the Ukrainian duo the Mad Twins, also known as Olya and Vira Ishchuk. The video starts with the members of NOFX cleaning up lead singer and bassist Fat Mike’s room. The frontman is ...
R I L E Y and Loote team up on heartbreak anthem “Tell Me Why”—listen
R I L E Y and Loote team up on heartbreak anthem “Tell Me Why”—listen
R I L E Y has teamed up with fellow genre-blending act Loote for his latest infectious single “Tell Me Why,” marking the singer’s first release of 2021.  R I L E Y began teasing the collab in March with a retweet, later describing it as “one of favorite songs” on his Instagram Story and confirming it was set to release April 2. Read more: 5 Dr. Martens collabs that have... Read More ...
Here are 10 pop culture collabs we need to see Vans do next
Here are 10 pop culture collabs we need to see Vans do next
Vans has done amazing, out-of-this-world collaborations to bring fresh designs to shoe lovers and punks everywhere. The company has incorporated NASA and National Geographic all the way to The Simpsons into its brand. These limited-edition collabs are cute and fun, and they often go for a lot of money on eBay if you keep them in good condition and are ready to part with your kicks...
20 horrorcore albums that are better than your favorite scary movie
20 horrorcore albums that are better than your favorite scary movie
No, those are not death-metal album covers. Neither are the lyrics. Horrorcore, a subversive blend of hardcore hip-hop and horror themes, ventured into new territories in the past decade and continues to evolve. Horrorcore 2.0 features our favorite horror movie tropes while also embracing industrial, witch house, noise, trap metal, emo rap and art pop...
Here are 10 new Halloween decorations you can already buy
Here are 10 new Halloween decorations you can already buy
It’s officially August, which means that, somehow, Halloween is already around the corner. And we couldn’t be more excited. October is our favorite time of the year, filled with all things spooky, dark and demented. While it might seem early to some, you can already start buying the 2020 season’s hottest new Halloween decorations from home. It’s never too early ...

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