More Tracks from Spine Punch Music

Once again Spine Punch Music throws in a ton of new tracks for y’all to listen to.  All of which have been Reptile approved.  Bands listed and linked below.  A very huge Reptile like thank you to Cedric and the bands.

Boomer and the Tumors, Hate To Say ItThe Elf Tones, The Grass Eaters, The King Kobras, The Piss Shiversand The Steve Mallon Band.

You can find out all information on these bands from Spine Punch Music.

Spine Punch Music

Cedric RokkGod from Spine Punch Music has been with us since before we went live.  Sharing such greats as The Piss Shivers, and Dicky and the Jerk Offs.  With more music on its way by The Noid, and Hate to Say It, this guy is a great part of Radio Reptile and the DIY community.  I highly suggest you frequent his label.

From Their BIO:

Spine Punch Music is an indie music (we don’t limit ourselves to records) label that is based in southeastern Pennsylvania. We currently work with Rock, Punk, Rockabilly, Electronic, Ambient, etc. bands… pretty much anything we like that doesn’t suck to much! Check out our stuff on iTunes, Amazon, CDBaby, etc.!


Silver Screams

Radio Reptile would like to thank Silver Screams for allowing us to add tracks from their new EP Creep Joint Scratch.  You will be quite pleased when you hear their music.

From their BIO:

Silver Screams is a punk rock and roll band from Boston, MA. Like it nihilistic? How about three aging punkers playing the best music they know how to nobody, with no career aspirations, zero street cred, and no greater point whatsoever. It’s a power trio screaming into a void before they die, because they’re not dead yet.

The Damn Dirty Apes

Radio Reptile would like to thank The Damn Dirty Apes for allowing us to play some tunes off their new release, Ape Diablo. This album is sick! I believe you will agree. Get your ape on and tune in now!

From their BIO:

somewhere between the cutting edge and the fiery past. humanity is lost. evolution has begun ,and the future looks…..dirty.

Also, you can catch The Damn Dirty Apes CD Release Party tonight at The Funhouse in Bethlehem PA.


Music by The Dwarves

All kinds of scumpunk love goes out to The Dwarves for allowing Radio Reptile to add music from their latest, The Dwarves Invented Rock & Roll.  And I know most of you will know that as a true statement.

From their BIO:

With 2014 upon us, over 1200 shows under their belt and three decades of sickness to draw from, the Dwarves continue their assault on good taste with “THE DWARVES INVENTED ROCK ‘N’ ROLL” (Recess/Greedy). The relentless middle finger drive, catchy songwriting and deft production that set the DWARVES apart have never sounded better. And let’s face it, there’s only one punk band left that matters, so catch them soon at a theater, nightclub or crackhouse near you!


Music by Wolfpac

Radio Reptile would like to say thank you to Daddylong Legz for allowing us to play music from Wolfpac‘s latest release Square Peg Round Hole.  Much love to y’all!

From their BIO:

WOLFPAC’s musical flavor is hard, energetic, and straight up in your face. They kick it old-school hip-hop style blending beats with a mix of hard-core and metal samples tempered with over the top lyrics that are far from the same old subject matter of the regurgitated rap of today.

Music by Common Enemy

Killer thanks go out to Common Enemy for allowing us to use their music.  Just added tracks from their new album As The World Burns.  Tune in to shred!

From their Blurb:

Dousing everything with gasoline and setting the world ablaze, Common Enemy has unleashed their 5th and most aggressive studio album yet. As the World Burns sparks 16 tracks of pure post apocalyptic chaos, and good times to be had with friends while sitting back and watching it all burn. With influences ranging from hardcore punk to thrash metal, these songs ignite a spastic yet tight, as well as a somewhat, umm… matured… new and exciting sound that is experimental yet familiar, screaming out the pure passion and rage that each member personally feels about the situations that we’re all faced with. This is definitely the soundtrack of mass destruction, so bring your board, your bong, your best buds (both kinds), spark it up, and thrash out with Common Enemy as the world burns! And oh yea, don’t forget your skewers and marshmallows for when you have the munchies.