Dutch punkrockers No Breakfast Goodbye released new single!


The Dutch punk rock band No Breakfast Goodbye is releasing a new single today! The track ‘No Dice’ is part of the upcoming split EP the band recorded during the lockdown period with their friends from Ink Bomb. It’s the second single the band releases after “The Losers Club”. 

Singer Simon Janssen: “No Dice is actually an up-tempo break-up song. It was about time to put an end to that chapter once and for all. Corny isn’t it?”

The entire split EP will be released worldwide on the 18th of June on CD and vinyl and is up for pre-order here.

Biography No Breakfast Goodbye
No Breakfast Goodbye is a pop punk and skate punk group. Known for its energetic live performances and catchy songs, the Dutch band left their mark on many stages across the Netherlands and Germany. After their particapation in 2019’s Punkathon, the band is now gearing up for their first official release.John Dobinson,

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La Armada release new single ‘Death On Replay’!


La Armada captured the personal and global tribulations of 2020 in three separate stints at Chicago’s Electrical Audio Studios. The sessions resulted in Anti-Colonial Vol. 2 – An 11 song album that looks to leave their distinct mark on heavy music.

The first single, Death on Replay, is a picture of the band during the height of the pandemic in 2020. “Musically we build tension with chaotic and technical rhythms, then release it with the familiarity of our punk and hardcore roots. Lyrically we reflect on the duality between being on the road versus being on lockdown, where you have to balance isolation and anxiety with the need to create art and push forward through dark times.” Guitarist, Paul explains.

Death On Replay is available on digital streaming platforms, accompanied by a music video.
Streaming link: laarmada.lnk.to/deathonreplay
Video link: https://youtu.be/6Odryv3E3cA

La Armada’s focus is to leave their mark on heavy music. A punk band at heart, they utilize elements of Afro-Caribbean rhythms and metal to create a style as unique as their story. Formed in the Dominican Republic in 2001 from where they dominated the Caribbean scene for years, the band opted to take a leap and relocate to Chicago in 2008, where they still reside.

Influenced by bands ranging from the Bad Brains to Death, they take elements from their native Island’s music to conjure a unique recipe; explosive live energy, and a clear cut narrative that highlights the effects of neo-colonialism on vulnerable communities.
Whether headlining tours throughout the world or supporting the likes of Sick of it All, Propagandhi, Strung Out, Death by stereo, and more, La Armada has come to bring a vibrant spin to the scene.