Monday, April 24, 2017

INSANITY release first single "Down" off the upcoming album "Toss A Coin”

Tough female sport-related (I didn't know what was all about, and whether it classifies as sport, really, before looking for some info) video clip, which features some live-action-photage of Luzerne all-female Roller Derby team named The Hellveticats, over a beatdown hardcore soundtrack.
That's the music video, hardcore five-piece INSANITY just released, for the first single "Down" off the upcoming album "Toss A Coin", out through Bastardized Recordings on May the 26th 2017.


Lucerne, Switzerland's Insanity stand for unique, genuine Hardcore that is highly addictive through a lot of gangshouts and singalongs, based on moving rhythms following the New York Hardcore tradition. The band is internationally experienced, headlined many tours and shared the stage with pretty much all the legends of the scene (Hatebreed, Agnostic Front, Madball, Sick Of It All, Terror, and many more).
Their songs connect social criticism and joy of life, and the guys are well-known for their original music videos and energetic live shows.
"Toss A Coin" follows the debut album “No Limit “and the EP “Ready To Row”.


Watch the video here https://youtu.be/qO8G9Fl50Bw

Sunday, April 9, 2017

BUIOINGOLA: Italian darkwave/neocrust shadowdwellers released final mesmerizing album "Il Nuovo Mare"

Italy's BUIOINGOLA shouldn't be a new name to you since we reviewed their first self-released
work "Dopo L'Apnea". The band is back with a new opus of abyssal music.
Read on the press release from San Francisco cultist of blackest sounds Sentient Ruin Laboratories about "Il Nuovo Mare" the new record from Buioingola...

We are extremely excited to announce the release of "Il nuovo mare". The new and final album by mysterious Italian experimental darkwave/post-doom band Buioingola.
Perhaps reaching the end of their obscure but unparalleled existence, Buiongola present their swansong to the world in the form of a brand new monolith of obsidian black sonic affliction. This brand new - and perhaps final - full-length player by the now dissolved tuscan three-piece is an ulterior step the band has taken toward an unfathomable abyss, shaped once again by the band’s signature strain of agonizing, shoegazy crust and haunting post-punk, interwoven with dismal dark wave dirges, towering black/doom passages, and martial industrial tapestries.

ALL FOR NOTHING just released their new full-length "Minds Awake, Hearts Alive"

Rotterdam's female fronted hardcore band ALL FOR NOTHING released on April the 7th the follow-up to 2014's "What Lies Within Us" (GSR Music), which is poignantly titled "Minds Awake, Hearts Alive" and out through Düsseldorf based Redfield records.

You can now watch here the official video for the song "At First Sight" off the new record https://youtu.be/dNIXDWnLzdA

Friday, April 7, 2017

CJ RAMONE takes "American Beauty" on tour in the USA and Europe

A very super lengthy press item from Fat Wreck Chords. But it's about CJ RAMONE, you know?

Out of the seven billion or so people on the planet, only seven men have been lucky enough to be gifted with the Ramone surname. As of 2017, four have already headed off to that great gig in the sky. Thankfully, CJ Ramone has no plans to leave any time soon. He expertly stepped in for Dee Dee in 1989 and played with the legendary punk quartet until their 1996 breakup. He sang lead on “Strength To Endure”; he wrote two tracks for the band’s farewell album, ¡Adios Amigos!; he was onstage for their epic final show, delivering those iconic “1-2-3-4!” shouts and rubbing shoulders onstage with Eddie Vedder, Tim Armstrong and Lemmy. CJ Ramone is as important a part of punk rock history as anyone else you can think of, and the best part is he’s just getting started. “When you’re in the Ramones family, you’re a Ramone for life,” CJ says. “Richie Ramone still has it; Marky Ramone still has it; hell, Johnny Ramone’s wife changed her last name to Ramone. I absolutely feel obliged to keep the legacy going. I 100 percent do. I feel it. I don’t sit down and try to write Ramones songs, but I was a huge fan since I was a kid. I played in the band for seven years. I’m undeniably influenced hugely by them. I’ve heard people say what I do sounds like the Ramones. Of course it does! How could it not?”

Sunday, April 2, 2017

Brazil's WHAT I WANT self-releases first s/t full-length

Brasília, Brazil native d.i.y. grind-mince-corers WHAT I WANT self-released their self-titled debut full-length record.
The 12-track effort -okay, it must be said that 12 tracks in this genre could count as an EP, right?- follows up to one demo and a promo both out in 2015, and includes all the songs featured in these previous outings.

Get in touch directly with the band to grab the record, which  they'll surely have available at their merch table during their live shows, and listen here to "What I Want" in its entirety https://whatiwant.bandcamp.com/album/what-i-want-s-t

Saturday, March 25, 2017

TERROR official video for the new tune "Kill 'Em Off"

Los Angeles' hardcore titans TERROR has debuted a music video for their vicious new single called “Kill ‘Em Off” from the band’s highly anticipated, upcoming EP, "The Walls Will Fall", which will be released on April 28th via Pure Noise Records (digital, CD) and Triple B (vinyl).
The label has launched a pre-order for the record and is streaming the video at TheWallsWillFall.com.

Watch the clip now here https://youtu.be/PoaBf91nRk0

Sunday, March 19, 2017

Punk Rock festival BAY FEST 2017, final line-up confirmed

After months of very hard work the staff behind the BAY FEST, an Italian summer punk rock festival that this year marks its third edition, confirms the final line-up for the 3-day event that kicks off on Aug. 13th to end on Aug. 15th (the Ferragosto Italiano).
The location by the Adriatico sea is the same that held the previous editions, the Pavese park (Beky Bay) in Bellaria Igea Marini (Rimini).
The festival started out on a humble key as a 4-band-one-day gig that saw skate-punkers Millencolin headlining and playing their sole Italian gig, after some 7 years since the release of their last work, to grow up into a 2-day festival last year.
For the third edition the bands that will be playing are 19 and the guys added on the 13th a warm-up day on for a special price deal.

The following bands will be hitting the stage:

Saturday, March 11, 2017

LESS THAN JAKE interview

by marcs77

The older among our readers, those who were young kids and living the punk rock scene in early/mid 90’s, certainly will remember that Ska-2-tone sounds got their bit of renaissance (somebody labels this revival as third-wave or even post-third wave being the ska-2-tone style first making its splashes in the 50’s) and lotta cool bands from USA and different corners of the world came out and started writing music definitely drawing influences from ska genre's classics but that got brilliantly fused together with punk rock and its attitude and urgency; this new soulful bouncing sound soon after got labeled as Ska-Punk or Ska-core.
GOTANERVE-ZINE got to email a few questions to Gainesville, Florida's LESS THAN JAKE, one of those 90’s bands still rock n’ rolling and doing strong 25 years and 9 records into their career, and that has a new EP, titled “Sound The Alarm”, out now on Pure Noise records. Vinnie Fiorello (drums and founder member) took some time out while on tour with his band to answer. Read on…