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We would like to present to you another installment of our Women In Music series. Today’s post is from the rad ladies of Ramoms. Every Friday in the month of June and July, we will bring to you a new video recording of a super rad lady(s) in this scene performing a few songs. In these videos, the philly based parody/tribute band will play “Going Into 3rd” and “Gritty Is A Punk”, see below. Ramoms released Teacher’s Pet in 2019.This series is brought to you in collaboration with the lovely Melanie Kaye of Melanie Kaye PR. For more, check out: static.PunkNews.org (Source)

L.A. Machina is the new band that includes Suzi Moon of Turbulent Hearts/Civet, Rikki Styxx (Detah Valley Girls, The Darts) and Michelle Balderrama (Brainspoon, The Darts). The band has announced their debut 7-inch. It’s called Welcome to the Machina and it includes two tracks: “Teenage Head” and “Go!”. That’s out August 14 via Alternative Tentacles. For more, check out: static.PunkNews.org (Source)

Swiss pop punk four-piece Give Me A Reason just dropped a music video for their new single titled “Sad”. The video was shot at the Supercandy Pop-Up Museum in Germany. The band recently flew to Los Angeles, California to record an upcoming EP titled Vice Versa, which is stated for an October 23rd, 2020 release. See below to watch the video. For more, check out: static.PunkNews.org (Source)

Bloodclot is the band fronted by John Joseph, formerly of Cro-Mags and now of Cro-Mags JM. In 2017, the band released Up In Arms, with a lineup including Todd Youth, Nick Oliveri, and Joey Castillo. Following the release, Todd Youth unexpectedly passed away.Today, via Faceboook, the band issued a short statement to the effect that the band will release new music this summer. The lineup is currently unknown, but the band said: “New music coming in August.” We’ll keep you updated. For more, check out: static.PunkNews.org (Source)

San Diego based three piece punks Caskitt will be performing a virtual acoustic show on July 18th, 2020 during the July Bizarre Bazaar event. The band disbanded in 2017, they released 2 LP’s and a few EP’s during their 5 yeah run. You can click here to grab a ticket to the event. For more, check out: static.PunkNews.org (Source)

Jello Biafra and the Guantanamo School of Medicine have released a surprise video, which is their first song in 7 years. It’s called “Taliban USA”. The tune is expected to be on the band’s upcoming album, Tea Party Revenge Porn, tentatively out late Summer or Fall via Biafra’s own Alternative Tentacles. Check out the new song below. For more, check out: static.PunkNews.org (Source)

Single Mothers have released an EP/mixtape on Bandcamp. The album is called Bubble. The description for the album reads, “For the last month I’ve tried to write a song or at least an idea a day. This is a collection of a few I’ve put together.” Single Mothers released Through A Wall in 2018. Check out the album below. For more, check out: static.PunkNews.org (Source)

Long Island based pop-punk band Card Reader released a new single titled “Sore Eyes”. The track was produced by Nik Bruzzese of Man Overboard. See below to check out the track. For more, check out: static.PunkNews.org (Source)

Hamilton-based post-hardcore band Rarity have released a video for their new song “Leave It Alone”. The video comes with an epilepsy warning due to the use of flashing lights. Rarity released The Longest Lonesome in 2019 via New Damage Records. Check out the video and the audio of the song below. For more, check out: static.PunkNews.org (Source)

The Hella Mega Tour (Green Day, Fall Out Boy, and Weezer) have announced rescheduled North American dates for 2021. The Interrupters will be playing support on all North American dates. All previously purchased tickets will be honoured and refunds will also be available. Rescheduled European dates for the tour were announced last month. Green Day released Father of All Motherfuckers in 2020, Fall Out Boy released Mania in 2018, and Weezer released Weezer in 2019. Check out the rescheduled dates below. For more, check out: static.PunkNews.org (Source)