Full EP Stream: Wonk Unit – “Littlelord”

Posted by jaystone on Wednesday, August 27, 2014 at 5:22 PM (PST)

Three-piece London punk outfit Wonk Unit have released a brand new EP. It’s called “Littlelord” – that’s the infinitely amazing cover art up above – and you can stream the whole thing below. Also, you can go here to pick it up as a “name your price” download.

Wonk Unit’s fourth studio full-length, “Nervous Racehorse,” was released back in April.

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Although Brian Baker has been recognized for playing in many punk rock bands such as Minor Threat, Dag Nasty, The Meatmen, Government Issue and Bad Religion, he played guitar in the Los Angeles-based hard rock band Junkyard, whose famous songs included "Hollywood", "Simple Man" and "All the Time in the World".


Buffalo, New York, pop punk/emo act and Anchor Eighty-Four recording artist The Traditional have been named as opener for the upcoming Circa Survive tour stop in Buffalo. After playing that show (which also features Pianos Become The Teeth as direct support) The Traditional will head out on a tour of their own for a few weeks. Check out the full tour rundown below.

The Traditional are slated to release their A84 debut, “How To Live Without Blood,” later this fall. You can stream the first single, “Do You Miss Me Yet?” right here.

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New Video: End Of Pipe (Brazilian punk) – “Jack”

Posted by jaystone on Wednesday, August 27, 2014 at 4:44 PM (PST)

Brazil’s End Of Pipe have created a music video for their track “Jack.” Check it out below.

“Jack” appears on the band’s recent six-song EP, “Keep Running.” You can stream said album here.

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Bass Line Bums (Austin street punk) announce tons of US tour dates

Posted by jaystone on Wednesday, August 27, 2014 at 4:26 PM (PST)

Thereby proving Newton’s first law of motion, Austin, Texas, street punks Bass Line Bums have been on the road for the bulk of the last five months, and they’ve got no plans to slow down in the immediate future. The band have announced a slew of new tour dates that’ll find them crisscrossing the United States for all of September and October before finally easing up a little in November. Check out their full itinerary below.

Bass Line Bums are touring heavily in support of their June 6th Splatterhouse Records EP, “All Alright.”

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Next week (September 2nd, to be exact) Chicago pop punks Knuckle Puck have got a brand new 7-inch flexi disc featuring a track called “Oak Street.” You can stream the new song down below and order your own copy right here.

Not only does “Oak Street” appear on this flexi disc (b/w an acoustic rendition of a new song called “Home Alone”) that was put out to commemorate the band’s upcoming support slot on Senses Fail‘s “Let It Enfold You” tour, but it’s also slated to appear on a new EP due out later this fall. Stay tuned for details.
The group’s latest release was their EP The Weight That You Buried, which came out back in September 2013. Check out their Senses Fail tour dates here.

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Lagwagon post artwork, 15-second teaser for “Hang”

Posted by jaystone on Wednesday, August 27, 2014 at 3:51 PM (PST)

Rejoice, Lagwagon fans. Then end (of our wait for new material) is nigh!

Today, the fellas unveiled the cover art for their upcoming studio full-length Hang. Check it out above.

Additionally, the band posted another teaser from that very album. Check it out below and let us know what you think in the comment sections.

The long-awaited Hang is due out on October 28th through Fat Wreck Chords. It serves as the follow-up to 2005′s Resolve.

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2016 is shaping up to be a pretty awesome year if you’re a Ramones fan…so, if you’re a Dying Scene reader.

Unless you flunked basic math, it’s no surprise that not only is 2016 a Presidential election year, it’s more importantly the 40th anniversary of the recording and subsequent release of the Ramones legendary self-titled debut album. To mark the momentous occasion, there’s a lot…and we mean a LOT…coming down the ‘pike.

First and no doubt foremost, the band will be the subject of an as-yet-untitled feature film that’s the brainchild of none other than Martin Scorsese. In addition to the mob-related movies that he’s perhaps best known for, Scorsese has also been at the helm of some legendary rock movies, including documentaries about The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and, of course, The Band.

In addition to the Scorsese film, a separate documentary covering the band’s first few years is in the works. It’s said to feature a bunch of footage filmed in the late 70s and early 80s by a gentleman named George Seminara, whose name you may recognize as producer of “End of the Century” and “Live In New York” video featuring Agnostic Front, Gorilla Biscuit and Sick Of It All that came out a few decades ago.

But wait…there’s more. Also slated for release in ’16 is a book that chronicles the band’s formative years, a theatrical play, and a lot of product placement. We know…we know…the last one has the potential for disaster. But otherwise, it’s shaping up to be a pretty cool, albeit nostalgic, year. Perhaps the best part of the story is that all of these projects are going forward because the heirs of the respective Ramones’ camps have finally made up and are, at last, a happy family. Read more about the projects here.

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Well, this is awesome! I was just browsing YouTube and I came across a video of Teenage Bottlerocket playing a new song titled “TV Set” live on the Warped Tour. Check it out below.

The track will be appearing on the Red Scare 10th anniversary compilation Red Scare Industries: 10 Years Of Your Dumb Bullshit, alongside new tracks from The Lillingtons, Cobra Skulls, Masked Intruder, The Falcon, and many others.

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Old Wounds premiere new song “Ritual”

Posted by Screeching Bottlerocket on Wednesday, August 27, 2014 at 2:55 PM (PST)

New Jersey hardcore punk act Old Wounds have premiered another new song from their upcoming Death Projection EP. You can give “Ritual” a listen below.

Death Projection is set to be released on September 16th through Good Fight Music. The band will be embarking on a North American tour in support of the EP’s release in a few weeks.

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The Moms stream new song “Business Is Booming”

Posted by Screeching Bottlerocket on Wednesday, August 27, 2014 at 2:42 PM (PST)

New Jersey rockers The Moms are streaming a new song titled “Business Is Booming,” which will be appearing on their upcoming full-length album Buy American. You can give the track a listen below.

Buy American is set to be released on September 23rd through Paper + Plastick, who also put out the band’s latest EP Blow Me earlier this year. Pre-orders for the album are available on the label’s webstore.

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Emily’s Army release music video for “You Bit Me”

Posted by Screeching Bottlerocket on Wednesday, August 27, 2014 at 2:22 PM (PST)

Oakland pop-punk act Emily’s Army have released quite a messy music video for their song “You Bit Me.” Grab a bib and check it out below.

The band’s new EP Swim was released on July 22nd through Rise Records, who also handled the 2013 release of the band’s sophomore album Lost At Seventeen.

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Modern Baseball release music video for “Pothole”

Posted by Screeching Bottlerocket on Wednesday, August 27, 2014 at 1:57 PM (PST)

Modern Baseball have released a music video for their song “Pothole,” which appears on their latest album You’re Gonna Miss It All. You can check it out below.

You’re Gonna Miss It All was released on February 11th through Run for Cover Records.

The band will be playing on a ton of tours in the coming months, including a short run of shows with I Am The Avalanche, a UK headlining tour, and a US tour supporting The Story So Far and The Wonder Years.

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