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The Drippers to release debut full-length album “Action Rock” on August 2nd 2019

Action Rock” is the title of The Drippers’ debut album, set for release the 2nd of August, 2019, on The Sign Records.

The album is a full on, raw power freight train of action. Drawing inspiration from the Scandinavian scene of the 90s, the Detroit garage sound and all the shitty Rock n’ Roll the world has had the misfortune to witness, we give you our testimonial.
The first single from the album will be out on Friday the 21st of June.

Plague Vendor share lyric video for new single “Prism”

“Prism” is the latest single from Southern California’s Plague Vendor, who will release their new album “By Night” next Friday, on June 7th, via Epitaph.

“This was the first song where I could use a breakbeat on this album”, note dummer Luke Perine. “I was inspired by Beck’s "Devil’s Haircut". There are drum breaks on the track but not solos. It was pure fun”.

Plague Vendor announce June 2019 UK tour dates with Starcrawler

Following the release of their new single “Let Me Get High\Low”, Plague Vendor have now announced that they will be bringing their epic live show to the UK this June with new tour dates alongside LA punk-rock outfit Starcrawler.

Plague Vendor have also recently announced that they will playing at Reading and Leeds Festivals in August. The full list of dates is as follows.

UK Tour Dates 2019:
25-Jun / UK / Guildford / Boileroom
26-Jun / UK / London / The Dome

Plague Vendor share lyric video for new single “Let Me Get High\Low”

Plague Vendor have revealed their new single “Let Me Get High\Low”, the latest from their upcoming album “By Night”. The psychelia-tinged track is an infinity mirror of echo, effects, illusion and delusion and follows the release of “All of the Above”, a brooding track that sees an internal monologue disintegrating over a sci-fi punk drumbeat, and raw, vital lead single “New Comedown”.

Check out the lyric video for “Let Me Get High\Low” below.

Crows release new music video for “Wednesday’s Child”

Off the back of supporting IDLES on their sell-out UK tour and the release of their acclaimed debut album “Silver Tongues” on Balley Records, Crows release the final video from “Silver Tongues” today in the form of “Wednesday’s Child”.

A wide-scale production on the theme of possession, it only accelerates the song’s intensity even further, with the director Sam Taylor saying the following about his involvement:

Plague Vendor share lyric video for new single “All of the Above”

Plague Vendor have released “All of the Above”, the second taste from their upcoming new album “By Night”. The brooding track is an internal monologue (“Am I just losing my mind? Am I just passing the time? Am I just falling in love? Or am I all of the above?”) disintegrating over a sci-fi punk drumbeat, and follows the recently released raw, vital track “New Comedown”.

Listen to “All of the Above” below.