Toronto skate punks, The Flatliners who are currently on a UK tour in support of the Menzingers, have announced a headline UK tour in October. The new tour is support of their fifth studio album, Inviting Light (Out Now, and check out our review here). The band’s first release with Rise Records. Continue reading The Flatliners announce UK headline tour
Toronto four piece The Flatliners have returned with their fifth studio album Inviting Light their first since 2013’s Dead Language (Not counting Division of Spoils, their collection of B-sides and rarities) and their first release since moving to Rise Records. Continue reading Album Review: The Flatliners – Inviting Light
Over the past ten years, Toronto punks The Flatliners have released four studio albums and more EPs than you can shake a stick at. Now they’ve added to this ever-growing back catalogue a 23-track double album of B-Sides and rarities, spanning from their early days up until their latest gull length, Dead Language.
Though the vast majority of these songs have been previously released on various EPs, such as Calutron Girls from their 7 inch split with Make Do and Mend and Sticky Bastards and This Guy Reads From A Card from the Count Your Bruises 7 inch. However short of owning every EP the band have released, this is the only place to have all the songs in one place. In addition to 4 unreleased tracks: Lifers, Broken Men, Hot Trouble and Sleep Is For Bitches. Continue reading Album Review: The Flatliners – Division of Spoils