News Posts

Alt-rock band House Parties has shared their new single ‘Mid-Life Crisis’, another track from their upcoming EP ‘Side Effects’, set for release early next year via Equal Vision Records/Rude Records!

Modern pop punk act Knuckle Puck released their new album ‘Losing What We Love’ via Pure Noise Records last Friday, and shared a video for the track ‘You & I’ to celebrate!

Alkaline Trio walks among us once again, and unleashed the first single and title track for their upcoming 10th full-length ‘Blood, Hair, and Eyeballs’, the first new music in about 6 years, set for a 2024 release via Rise Records!

Alt-rock band House Parties shared their brand-new single ‘Braindead’, the first single from their upcoming EP ‘SIDE EFFECTS’, to be released via Equal Vision Records and Rude Records!

Pop punk icons Sum 41 released the new single ‘Landmines’, the first on their recently signed label Rise Records, showing they are going out with a bang!

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!

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’!

The New Jersey punks of Pollyanna unleashed their energetic new single and video ‘Mars’ from the upcoming new album ‘Slime’!

Simple Plan announced their highly anticipated new album, along with their “Blame Canada” tour which begins April 29th!

Simple Plan teamed up with Sum 41’s Deryck Whibley to deliver the anthemic new single ‘Ruin My Life’!

Photo Reports

Against The Current kicked off their European tour in Brussels with an explosive evening full of rock at Ancienne Belgique, with support from LØLØ and CallMeAmour.

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.

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.

Punk rock fans were spoiled on a Saturday a couple of weeks ago when the absolute legends of hardcore punk GBH turned On The Rocks in Helsinki into a complete chaos of old school punks and new school punks dancing and partying like there’s no tomorrow. An event by Loose Mind Productions and support from Broken Trend and Likaiset Pikkarit.

YUNGBLUD at Kulttuuritalo Helsinki on his “Life on Mars Tour” was quite the rock ‘n’ roll experience. People saying that rock is dead, clearly haven’t seen this guy rockin’ the stage! With support from Boy Bleach, it was an absolutely memorable night!

Black and white photograph of Janez Detd singer Nicholas Vanderveken surrounded by young girls in white shirts and dark polka-dot skirts and holding pompons.

Janez Detd filled played a packed Vooruit for their “Beenies & Blockheads” Rewind Show, a throwback to 1998 for an enhusiastic crowd.

Pictures of the show of The Used at The Beacham in Florida, one of the stops of their North American tour that is not to be missed!

Swedish punk rock band Satanic Surfers played their very first Belgian live show in Ostend. Now, about twenty years later, they return. This time they played in Elysée and brought Antillectual, BRLRS and Wasted 24/7.

In October our friends from Bearded Punk Records managed to get Frenzal Rhomb all the way from Australia to Kavka, Antwerp. As if that wasn’t reason enough to rush out for a ticket they threw in some of the godfathers of Belgian punk rock F.O.D.! Before F.O.D. played You Nervous? shook the stage and as a warm up Bearded Punk’s own For I Am gave it their best.

On this years Sunday Punkrock Matinee 5 bands rocked all out without limitations. No Trigger (US) – Not On Tour (ISR) – Get Dead (US) – Young Hearts (BE) – Boxing Day (BE) showed us what they’ve got and you can enjoy it with us in this photo coverage of Nosta’s awesome event!

Album Reviews

‘Night Owls’ is a tremendous album from the Dollyrots, the band are very, very good at what they do – creating sublime pop punk albums full of vibrant, infectious, fun tunes that lift your mood and stir your heart. Released via Wicked Cool Records!

Blink-182’s new album ‘One More Time’ brings you straightforward power chords, clean vocals and pure punk rock. Varying between different paces and energies, this will be youth sentiment taking you back a couple of decades for many people among us. Released via Columbia Records!

Australian punkster Bonnie Fraser exorcises her demons on Stand Atlantic’s third outing ‘F.E.A.R’. Out on Hopeless Records.

‘Going Viral’ – a truly fun release from the Canadian punks Modern Terror that will make you forget a bit about the past 2 years of pandemic misery.

After celebrating the 10th anniversary of their album ‘Nothing Personal’ in 2019, All Time Low went back to the basics for their latest album ‘Wake Up Sunshine’. “We got back to how we started. It had been a long time since the four of us made a record under one roof. That became a central […]

Another comeback record to be happy about!

Gig Reports

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.

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.

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!

We truly believe we got to experience the new prince of modern rock on his rise to kingdom when we got to go to his Kulttuuritalo Helsinki stop on the “Life on Mars Europe tour”! What an artist, bringing new life into rock ‘n’ roll while being a genuine and down-to-earth human being. Support came from Boy Bleach.

Satanic Surfers have a special kind of bond with Belgium, or rather with the Belgium punk rock family. Their very first gig in Belgium was in Ostend actually and they were more than happy to be back. Even while it was in a tiny basement, no fucks were given this evening.