Propagandhi Stream New Song

2012-07-17 by Andy H. B. | 42 Comments
Canadian punk rockers Propagandhi are streaming the title track from their upcoming album, Failed States, on SoundCloud. The album will be released on September 4th via Epitaph Records.

The song can be heard here:

http://soundcloud.com/epitaph-records/propagandhi-failed-states/s-msLZw

Album artwork can be seen here:

http://www.actionrecon.com/propagandhi-failed-states-new-song/23142

Tagged: Propagandhi

Comments:Add a Comment 
Kris.
July 18th 2012
12763 Comments


damn that album art is sweet as fuck
song rules too

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
July 18th 2012
51494 Comments


I heard it once and I was only half paying attention but it didn't really stick out to me

Digging: Main Attrakionz - 808s & Dark Grapes III

Spec
July 18th 2012
28759 Comments


One of the most important albums of the year.

Kris.
July 18th 2012
12763 Comments


treb youre such a gay

Spec
July 18th 2012
28759 Comments


He has been lately don't know why.

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
July 18th 2012
51494 Comments


why you gotta be mean

Spec
July 18th 2012
28759 Comments


Let's go comment on some D Mouth.

Kris.
July 18th 2012
12763 Comments


can i join i like being one of the cool kids

Spec
July 18th 2012
28759 Comments


Yeah yo.

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
July 18th 2012
51494 Comments


It's really good but too damn short

bloc
July 18th 2012
35521 Comments


Cool riffs

Tyler
Emeritus
July 18th 2012
7926 Comments


aoty 2012

ShadowRemains
July 18th 2012
22441 Comments


shit's gonna fuckin rule

Digging: Cemetery (US) - Wind and Shadows

Kiran
Emeritus
July 18th 2012
6011 Comments


yessss

Digging: Ducktails - St. Catherine

Owantjaaaa
July 18th 2012
3573 Comments


September will be a good month for music

Digging: Mutoid Man - Bleeder

Satellite
July 18th 2012
20826 Comments


awesome song and artwork

this is my most-anticipated album of 2012 barring any potential new lawrence arms

Aids
July 18th 2012
24184 Comments


band rules

Digging: Jamie xx - In Colour

Shogun
July 18th 2012
427 Comments


Sick song! unflinching and fucking furious.

Cant wait for the album!

henryChinaski
July 18th 2012
3210 Comments


Good song, great artwork.

Scoot
July 18th 2012
18221 Comments


sweet

Digging: Mutoid Man - Bleeder

ShadowRemains
July 18th 2012
22441 Comments


this is my most-anticipated album of 2012 barring any potential new lawrence arms


thought a wilhelm scream would be

Kris.
July 18th 2012
12763 Comments


if aws drops an album this year oh man would be so awesome

Satellite
July 18th 2012
20826 Comments


oh man well aws, too, definitely.

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
July 18th 2012
51494 Comments


If aws and the larry arms dropped albums and did a tour with propagandhi oh man

Kiran
Emeritus
July 18th 2012
6011 Comments


just booked my ticket to see these guys with lagwagon in september

stoked

Satellite
July 18th 2012
20826 Comments


i saw lagwagon, tla and aws play together in 06 nbd whatever

Kiran
Emeritus
July 18th 2012
6011 Comments


wtf

right when oh! calcutta! was released, just after potemkin city limits and right before career suicide

fuck you

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
July 18th 2012
51494 Comments


holy shit that must have been awesome


Aids
July 18th 2012
24184 Comments


yeah well Gob played my hometown when I was like 10 fuck you guys I win

someguest
July 18th 2012
23871 Comments


I love that album cover.

Digging: The Smashing Pumpkins - Gish

Spec
July 18th 2012
28759 Comments


Album is gonna save the world.

someguest
July 18th 2012
23871 Comments


I hope so.

Satellite
July 18th 2012
20826 Comments


whoa, had no idea they were with epitaph now

deathofasalesman
July 18th 2012
5889 Comments


Album art is fucking awesome.

StrizzMatik
July 19th 2012
3396 Comments


Epitaph hasn't done much lately but they were easily the most important punk label in the 90's

Satellite
July 19th 2012
20826 Comments


in the past couple years they've added the menzingers, alkaline trio, off with their heads, letlive, and propagandhi. not bad.

Satellite
July 19th 2012
20826 Comments


i think they've definitely added a lot more good than bad but i don't make it a point to listen to their whole roster like i used to

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
July 19th 2012
51494 Comments


FUCK MOVIES

GoingToBuffalo
July 27th 2012
34 Comments


The album art is fucking awesome, and the song is too. I can't wait for this record. Not to mention they're coming to Buffalo in September and I'm ungodly excited for that.

StrizzMatik
August 14th 2012
3396 Comments


Luke from PTH confirmed via email that Failed States is getting a guitar/bass tab book released right after the album XD

bloc
August 14th 2012
35521 Comments


Courtesy of Sheet Happens Publishing I'm assuming

StrizzMatik
August 14th 2012
3396 Comments


Yessir. Gonna kick ass, the Supporting Caste book is greatness.



You have to be logged in to post a comment. Login | Create a Profile





MOST VIEWED NEWS

Brand New release new song as a f..
Tool + Mastodon supergroup
Slint guitarist survives suicide ..
Muse unleash new single
Scarlett Johansson forms band
Justin Lowe leaves After the Buri..
Nickelback get groovy
New Muse song
Steven Wilson premieres new tune
B.B. King Dead



OTHER RECENT NEWS

Puscifer announce new album; debu..
New Operation: Mindcrime video
Kylesa announce new album
Sadistik & Kno drop 1st single
Spock's Beard release single
After the Burial quit tour
Skepticism debut new video
Sevendust announce new album
Polyenso release lyric video
Fightstar release new single
Agusa stream TvÄ
Chelsea Wolfe drops new song
Sepultura release new song
Monster Magnet's Mastermind redux
Fear Factory release new song

» see all news

RELATED REVIEWS
Propagandhi
Failed States
Propagandhi
Recovered
Propagandhi
Supporting Caste
Propagandhi
Potemkin City Limits
Propagandhi
Today's Empires, Tomorrow's Ashes
FAQ // STAFF & CONTRIBUTORS // SITE FORUM // CONTACT US

Bands: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


Site Copyright 2005-2014 Sputnikmusic.com
All Album Reviews Displayed With Permission of Authors | Privacy Policy