Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Palace of Punk II


Whether or not you live like it´s 1977 everyday, it can never be wrong to head on down the pop punk avenue once in a while. Start me up and I´ll never stop.

In Her Own Words is a high energy pop punk band from Los Angeles, CA. Members include Joey Fleming, Ian Berg, Eric Ruelas, & Omar Sultani. Since 2010 the band has released two EP’s and one acoustic EP.
Their new Bad Weather EP is coming Sept 11th, here is the new single Bittersweet.




The third full-length album from Denmark's New Politics, 2015's Vikings features more of the trio's infectious emo and dance-oriented pop. The album follows up the group's similarly inclined sophomore effort, 2013's A Bad Girl in Harlem. As with that album, Vikings showcases the talents of bandmembers David Boyd (lead vocals, guitars), Søren Hansen (bass, vocals, programming, keyboards), and Louis Vecchio (drums, programming, vocals). This is infectious, high-energy music played with crunchy punk-style guitars, laser-toned synths, driving beats, and buoyant EDM-influenced production. Included on Vikings are the singles "Everywhere I Go (Kings and Queens)" and "West End Kids."



The new EP Of Nightmares with Angels and Airwaves is now available on iTunes, great as always from Mr. Pop Punk himself Tom De Longe. Listen to the new single Into the night.



Walk The Plank is the upcoming 12th studio album from American punk rock band Zebrahead, to be released Oct 16th. Check out the new single Save your breath here.



Boom is the new single from Canadian pop punk band Simple Plan´s upcoming album #SPalbum5.
Catchy of course.






Hailing from Minnesota, Arms for Elephants brings their own brand of post-hardcore to the table. Their sound is comprised of an energetic, driving rhythm section complimented by melodically dreamy guitars. Lead by their duo-lead vocalist combo, they showcase melodies that are heartfelt, along with lyrics with a cause. 
The Laws That Guide My Feet is the first single from the band´s debut album My Judas Scene.

It’s true: A picture does paint a thousand words, even if the artist uses sound—rather than pigment and pencil—to create that image. For the Dallas-based outfit Crown The Empire, that means making music on a level rarely seen nowadays, combining visual aesthetics, theatrical sonic textures and thought-provoking lyrics for an audio experience that takes the listener on a wild ride of epic proportions. And they’re just getting started.
Check out Crown The Empire´s new track Prisoners of War.


 


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