Blink-182 came down to Sportpaleis in Antwerp, Belgium, a show that almost didn’t happen, that was definitely worth the wait, and that blew our reporter’s mind! Support came from The Story So Far.

Nashville based pop punk artist Taylor Acorn shared the music video for her new single ‘Coma’, featuring Cassadee Pope, a track from her upcoming EP ‘Certified Depressant’, set for release next month via ONErpm!

The Offspring came to Forest National in Brussels and bombarded us with hit after hit for what was one of their best shows we’ve seen thus far. With support from punk rock bands Trash Boat and Four Year Strong, the night couldn’t have been better! Hosted by Live Nation Belgium.

Burying Point is the first album by Darker Days and it is steeped in the history and traditions of where they are from. If you are going to perform in the horror punk genre, coming from the Halloween capital of the world, Salem, Massachusetts, gives you some significant credibility at least. Out on Massacre Records.

Pierce The Veil have announced the “Creative Control Tour” North American Co-Headlining Tour with The Used and supporting acts Don Bronco, DeathbyRomy and Girlfriends. The tour is set to kick off May 23, get your tickets now!

Ultra Q, the band fronted by Jakob Armstrong, the youngest son of Green Day’s Billie Joe, announce their debut album ‘My Guardian Angel’ to be released via Royal Mountain Records in June and share the single ‘VR Sex’!

Sum 41 came to set Vorst Nationaal in Belgium on fire. They brought Cassyette and Simple Plan to support them in giving everyone a great evening.

At the “Does This Look All Killer No Filler tour” stop at Vorst Nationaal in Brussels, Cassyette provided us with something new to check out while Simple Plan and Sum 41 provided a true trip though memory lane.

An evening of fun and enjoyment in the large and beautiful hall of the Ollympiahalle in Munich with pop punk veterans Sum 41, special guests Simple Plan and surprising discovery Cassyette as opener.

The old school “Brummie Hardcore Punks” of GBH came to celebrate the 40th anniversary of their debut album ‘City Baby Attacked by Rats’ and started a riot at On The Rocks in Helsinki with support from Broken Trend and Likaiset Pikkarit!