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For the rest of the week, we’ll be running compare-n-contrast reviews of Punk Rock Bowling, penned by Tom Trauma and John G. Here’s the day 2 installment: Tom Trauma – Punk Rock Bowling 2021 – Day 2 – Live in Las Vegas John G – Punk Rock Bowling 2021 – Day 2 – Live in Las VegasYou can check out any of our reviews right here. 
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Toronto based Respire have released a video for “Catacombs Part II”. The video was directed and produced by Vanessa Gloux. The song is off their album Black Line that was released in 2020. Check out the video below.
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Prince Daddy and The Hyena have signed to Pure Noise Records and released a video for their new song “Curly Q”. The video was directed by Dom Vaughn. The band are also at work on a new album that will be out next year. Prince Daddy and The Hyena will be touring this fall with Hot Mulligan and last released Cosmic Thrill Seekers in 2019. Check out the video below.
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English punk music festival Slam Dunk Festival announced the line- up for their summer 2022 festivals. Alexisonfire, Rancid, The Used, The Story So Far, The Wonder Years, Hot Water Music, The Vandals and much more is set to appear on June 3rd in Leeds and on June 4th in Hatfield Park, UK. You can click here to get more information on the event. For more, check out: static.PunkNews.org (Source)

A Wilhelm Scream is heading to Quebec, Canada for two dates in February 2022. Tickets to these two dates will be on sale this Friday. The band released Partycrasher in 2013. See below to see the announcement.
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Today, we are stoked to premiere the new track from San Diego based Glow & The Dark! The band is made up of AJ Peacox (Weatherbox, Sundressed, Future Crooks) and Jordan Krimston (Weatherbox, Band Argument). The song is called “I Don’t Want To Skate”. AJ Peacox said of the song, “Jordan & I knew we’d be gone playing with Oso Oso for almost 2 months, so we wanted to release this song to hold people over until we got back to record more. The most exciting part of this release is that we got one of my favorite local artists LOSER HEAVY to do the artwork. It looks awesome on the new bags of coffee we’re releasing along with it!” The band have also announced that they will be releasing a limited edition whole bean coffee, called “I Don’t Want to Skate”, roasted by Dark Horse Coffee Roasters along with the single. The song and coffee will be available everywhere digitally tomorrow via Dark Horse Coffee Records and can be pre-ordered here. Glow & The Dark released their self-titled EP earlier this year. Check out the song below.
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Rise Against have announced that they will be releasing a live EP. The EP is called Nowhere Sessions and features covers of “Fortunate Son” by Creedence Clearwater Revival and “Hybrid Moments” by The Misfits along with live versions of songs from their new album. The EP will be out November 12. The band have also released the live version of “Talking To Ourselves” and have announced a handful of European dates. Rise Against released Nowhere Generation earlier this year. Check out the song, tracklist, and dates below.
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Dream Nails have released a video for their new song “They/Them”. The video was shot, directed and edited by non-binary filmmaker and drag performer Bobo Lai. The song is available digitally via Dine Alone Records and Alcopop! Records. Dream Nails released their self-titled album in 2020. Check out the video below.
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Surfbort has released a new Halloween video. It’s for the brand new song “Happy Happy Halloween” and was directed y Linda Perry. It’s a standalone single and follows the band’s new album, which was just released, called Keep on Truckin’. Singer Dani Miller says, “Halloween is our favorite holiday and we celebrate it everyday so we wanted to make an extra spooky song to celebrate the ghouls and ghosts.” You can check out the video below.
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For the rest of the week, we’ll be running compare-n-contrast reviews of Punk Rock Bowling, penned by Tom Trauma and John G. Here’s the day 1 installment: Tom Trauma – PRB Day 1John G – PRB Day 1You can check out any of our reviews right here. 
For more, check out: static.PunkNews.org (Source)