1. New Music: Pianos Become the Teeth: ‘Keep You’

    Pianos Become the Teeth Pianos Become the Teeth are streaming their new full length. The record is titled Keep You and is due out October 28, 2014. It’s their first album for Epitaph Records.

    Check it out here.

    via Punknews.org (http://pnkn.ws/1r1XkNp)

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  2. Music Videos: 7 Seconds: “I Have Faith in You”

    7 Seconds In anticipation of their upcoming tour (with a Nov. 2 stop in Gainesville, FL for Fest 13!), Reno, NV hardcore punk legends 7 Seconds have premiered a music video for their song ”I Have Faith in You.” You can see the video and dates after the jump. The song is from from 7 Seconds’ latest album Leave A Light On, which was released last May on Rise Records.
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    via Punknews.org (http://pnkn.ws/1uushe1)

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  3. New Music: Restorations: ‘LP3’

    Restorations NPR First Listen is streaming Restorations' forthcoming album LP3, which is due out October 28, 2014 via Side One Dummy Records. To listen to the stream click here.

    via Punknews.org (http://pnkn.ws/1pueDWX)

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  4. Music Videos: Turbulent Hearts: “Panic”

    Turbulent Hearts Turbulent Hearts, the new band fronted by ex-Civet member Suzi Moon, has released a video for a new song. “Panic” will be on Turbulent Hearts’ upcoming EP, scheduled to be self-released by the band in late November. They will be playing with UK punk legends Vibrators on October 26th at the Redwood Bar in Los Angeles.

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  5. New Music: A-F Records & Commonwealth Press team up to release free sampler

    Punks love free stuff, and Pittsburgh-based label A-F Records knows it. In collaboration with Commonwealth Press, the label is releasing a free compilation CD “that celebrates the collaborative spirit of the punk community.” The CD is free with any order from the label’s online store. In addition, it will be available at the label’s merch table at Fest 13 in Gainesville, FL (while they last!). Chris Stowe, A-F Records label manager, says:

    “I wanted to do something in the spirit of the “Punk-O-Rama” and “Fat Music For…” comps that originally got me into some of my favorite bands. Like hearing Hi-Standard for the first time on that Cinema Beer Nuts comp, that was an awesome day. So I picked a bunch of awesome songs from awesome bands for this comp.”
    Dan Rock of Commonwealth Press says:
    “Commonwealth Press has a long relationship of working with A-F Records and, when the opportunity came along to get involved with the comp they were working on, we jumped at it. Getting to design and hand screen print the covers seemed like such an awesome way to add a cool touch to such a rad collection of songs!”
    The compilation features tracks from Anti-Flag, Worship This!, World’s Scariest Police Chases and White Wives, among others.

    via Punknews.org (http://pnkn.ws/1t5fSlx)

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  6. Sleater-Kinney reunite, announce new album

    Sleater-Kinney Sleater-Kinney, the much-loved three piece featuring Carrie Brownstein, Corin Tucker and Janet Weiss, has announced a return to action with a new full length and tour. The new record, No Cities to Love, will be available on January 20, 2015 in the US (January 19th internationally) on Sub Pop Records. The band’s first new full length since 2005’s The Woods will feature 10 songs produced by John Goodmanson ( Call the Doctor , One Beat , Dig Me Out , All Hands on the Bad One).

    The band is also releasing a vinyl box set featuring their entire discography this week.

    You can click Read More for a promotional video for the new track “Bury Our Friends,” featuring long time S-K collaborator Miranda July, along with tour dates and the art and track listing for No Cities to Love.

    via Punknews.org (http://pnkn.ws/1t5bCTc)

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  7. New Music: Rancid: “Already Dead”

    RancidAs the October 27, 2014 release date approaches for their new album, Honor Is All We Know, Rancid have revealed another new track from LP, entitled “Already Dead.” It comes on the heels of "Face Up." You can hear the song after the jump. Honor Is All We Know is the follow up to Rancid’s 2009 release, Let the Dominoes Fall.

    via Punknews.org (http://pnkn.ws/1wfzYZd)

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  8. New Releases Out This Week

    GatesSome of the new releases out this week.


    You can find the full list of releases this week (and album covers) right here

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  9. Lagwagon announce listening party for ‘Hang’

    Lagwagon SF-area Lagwagon fans, mark your calendars. With the band’s first release in years on the horizon, Fat Wreck Chords is hosting a listening party to celebrate Hang on October 28, 2014. The party will be heald at Above DNA at 375 11th St. in San Francisco. According to the Fat Wreck website:

    There will be a meet & greet from 8 to 9 where you can pick up the new album and get it signed by the band! Then just hang out with all of us, have some beers, and listen to Hang! Space is somewhat limited, so RSVP with your full name to Lagwagon@fatwreck.com to secure your spot. (And if you don’t live in the Bay Area and can’t make it, PLEASE don’t RSVP!)

    Last month, Lagwagon announced a 30-date run of shows with support from Swingin’ Utters.

    via Punknews.org (http://pnkn.ws/1wftqcQ)

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  10. Sunday Edition: Navel Gazing for October 19, 2014

    Hello everyone and welcome to Navel Gazing: your look back in the week in Punknews. I’m Brittany Strummer and I might see Guttermouth tonight. I’ll be your guide through some of the juiciest, most popular and otherwise noteworthy stories from the last seven days. Remember, every Punknews story is built from tips from our wonderful, good-looking readers, so get to submitting. Here’s what got the strange, slow and old community talking this week:

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