Year of the Knife Internal Incarceration The debut full-length from Delaware straight edge hardcore band Year Of The Knife. They have toured with Knocked Loose, Terror, Jesus Piece and more. Their previous release Ultimate Aggression , which combined the EPs Ultimate Disease  and First State Aggression , received raves from Revolver ["teaches a master class in musical self-immolation, setting rough-and-tumble hardcore alight by way of scorching death-metal theatrics"], New Noise ["feels like a feral beast that’s ready to rip your neck off"], and more. Pure Noise Records CD | LP
Casa Loma This Is Coping 12" is on 'half beer / half brown' coloured vinyl. The new EP from Casa Loma, a solo project from Nik Bruzzese of Man Overboard. Focusing on a more mellow and emotional-rock driven sound to his previous work, but highly cathartic. Fans of Elder Brother, Transit, John Floreani and Pentimento should check this out. “I started writing this EP as a therapy session for myself. I went through one of the hardest years of my life last year because I lost two people very near to me. But when you’re a dad and have two daughters like I do, you’re not allowed to be sad. You have to be excited and happy about everything, even though inside you might be ripping to shreds. I think that’s the way most people work; they have to put up this front like everything’s fine even though they actually think the world is falling down around them. So writing this album was a way for me to vent and get out those feelings without tearing somebody’s head off or being a perpetual bummer to my family and friends. It’s for everyone who has to be this one person during the day and then someone different when they’re on their own.” Pure Noise Records 12"
Hawthorne Heights Lost Frequencies A new collection of B-sides, re-imagined tracks and covers from the awesome emo-rockers Hawthorne Heights, following on from 2017's Bad Frequencies. “‘Hard To Breathe’ is the story of my youth from 1988-1992. I spent a lot of time with quiet resentment until I found my circle of friends and felt outside love for the first time. While the story has some dark twists and turns, it’s really just an articulation of some of the coldest nights of my life.” Pure Noise Records CD | LP
Strike Anywhere Nightmares of the West Indies exclusive 12" is on 'coke-bottle clear w/ heavy doublemint + neon yellow' coloured vinyl. Strike Anywhere release a new EP, their first studio recording in over 10 years. Heavy duty and blasting punk-rock tunes. "The new ep stays true to the classic Strike Anywhere sound." Formed in 1999, Strike Anywhere is a band built on longevity with 21 years under their belt in the punk rock world. Focused on standing up and raising awareness for political and social injustices, the band is loud, upfront, and bold with their messages. With multiple studio albums, the band has lent their music to various projects from political documentaries to Vans Warped Tour docs to three iconic Tony Hawk videogames to multiple compilations to raise funds and awareness for political and social issues. Throughout the years the band has toured internationally including North and South America and extensively in Europe as a mainstay on punk rock festivals. 2020 brings their first new music in over 10 years. Pure Noise Records 12" | CD
Same Side Same Side 12" is on 'Baby Pink, White & Grey Aside / Bside w/ Heavy Black and Red(ish) Splatter' coloured vinyl. /250. The debut solo EP form Same Side, the new solo project from Kevin Geyer of The Story So Far and Elder Brother. Same Side sees Kevin exploring atmospheric, dreamy and indie driven territory and we're super into it. This EP was produced by Sam Pura who's worked with The Story So Far, The Dangerous Summer, Basement and State Champs (just to name a few). Fans of Turnover, Seahaven, Balance & Composure and Speak Low should check this out. Pure Noise Records 12"
Boston Manor GLUE Please keep hold of your order numbers. UK indies exclusive LP is on 'half silver / half black' coloured vinyl. /400. The third full length album from the awesome Kingston visitors Boston Manor, following on from their acclaimed and unique 2018 record Welcome To The Neighbourhood. Their last record saw the band push away from the aggressive pop-punk sound they were known for and into darker and more experimental territory with influences from Deftones and Nine Inch Nails, we're expecting massive things and another new approach from the genre-chemists with GLUE. “I want people to listen to it and feel something and think about things. The aim of the whole record is to make people angry. It's to make them go ‘Well, this pisses me off, how can I change it? What is one thing that I can personally do – that I can start doing today – to make a difference?’ Because we can do better than this. We just need to start.” - Henry Cox “It's a lot more abrasive and a weirder record... It's just new territory for us. The whole point was to throw away any preconceived notions of what the band is and push ourselves out of our comfort zone.” These are not just the most primal and plain-speaking songs the band have ever recorded, but everything the previous seven years have been leading up to. “This is the start of our band finally becoming the band that we want to be,” concludes Cox. “It's taken us so long to get here, but I'm really proud of us for becoming our own thing. Not once did we think about what people wanted to hear – we just went entirely down the rabbit hole with it. Our only rule was to do what we wanted to do. And I'm really happy that we did that.” - Henry Cox Pure Noise Records CD | LP