Punk-Rock

Introducing: Blacked Out.

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Blacked Out

Blacked Out – Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Since Thousands Islands Records have now snapped-up Vancouver four-piece Blacked Out, publishing an article entitled ‘Introducing: Blacked Out’ seems like the correct thing to do. Don’t you agree? The band will be releasing their brand new EP and total third release via the ever-growing Canadian Punk music label

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Amplify – ‘Deadlines’.

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Amplify

Amplify – Asturias, Spain. If your taste in music has simply existed on the periphery of European Skate Punk until now, then the words, Amplify – Deadlines are beckoning you to fully indulge. To indulge into a scene that has seen an exponential rise in both skill and blistering pace in these recent fast times.

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Foreign Bier – ‘I Don’t Believe In Anything, Anymore!’.

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Foreign Bier

Foreign Bier – Norwich, England, United Kingdom. Punk music is a cathartic medium and with Foreign Bier – I Don’t Believe In Anything, Anymore! 2020 sees more credit given unto such a statement. If you mosey on over – Here – you can see our 2019 dissection of the Norwich band’s debut, where sounds aware

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The Palatines – ‘Vacation To Helheim’.

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The Palatines

The Palatines – McAllen, Texas, USA. The Palatines – Vacation To Helheim is a collection of words that denote to some sort of meaning implying two possible outcomes. It clearly pertains some sort of Punk release, that much is obvious but beyond and within that, in what manner do they associate with such sonics? With

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Resuscitators – ‘Pretend It’s Not Over’.

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Resuscitators

Resuscitators – London, England, United Kingdom. After a two-year wait, the word “Resuscitators” was placed in front of another set of words denoting to an EP release. Resuscitators – Pretend It’s Not Over has landed in 2020. Notably, it’s also the band’s debut EP following their double-single release from distant 2018. Said initial debut tracks

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Why Manchester Punk Festival 2020?

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Manchester Punk Festival

Manchester Punk Festival. “Why Manchester Punk Festival 2020?” – Is the title of this written piece and the poster created by the festival that you can gaze and probably quite reasonably salivate over placed above is your answer! There’s no need for me to bore you away from your busy lives anymore, hooray! We can

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Complete! – ‘Disappointment & Hope’.

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Complete!

Complete! – Ivano Frankivsk, Ukraine. The long wait for Complete! – Disappointment & Hope is now over. To date, the Ukranian band’s back-catalogue consists of two EP’s of melodic Punk-Rock flirting equally with Skate Punk, Pop-Punk and an occasionally Melodic Hardcore. You’ll be able to find the band’s past-work linked later-on but for now, let’s

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Incomplete – ‘Incomplete’.

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Incomplete

Incomplete – Perth, Western Australia, Australia. After living in the country briefly, I developed an interest in Aussie Skate Punk. So when Incomplete – Incomplete landed in my inbox, I knew I would eventually get round to spewing some text about it. Hailing from Perth, in November the four-piece released their debut full-length rather than that

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Fake News – ‘Break The Silence’ EP.

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Fake News

Fake News – Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. I’ve been waiting for the following words, Fake News – Break The Silence for some time now. The former part of said written characters has featured on Ear Nutrition before, on one of the site’s earlier and now most-read reviews. Find it – Here. However, the 26th December

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