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Music Video: A Shark Among Us – “Weathered Hands”

Los Angeles melodic hardcore act A Shark Among Us have premiered a music video for their new single “Weathered Hands”. You can watch the video below.

It is not clear if “Weathered Hands” is a one-off single or will appear on A Shark Among Us’ next release, but we’ll keep you posted as more details surface. Earlier this year, they released a 7″ split with Gravemind.


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Music Video: Hate It Too – “Twelve’s the New Eight”

Quebec skate punks Hate It Too have premiered a music video for their song ”Twelve’s the New Eight”. You can watch the video below.

“Twelve’s the New Eight” is taken from Hate It Too’s upcoming album Purple Mountains, which is due for release on August 18th, 2015.


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Music Video: Weezer – “Go Away”

Weezer have premiered a music video for their song ”Go Away”. You can watch the video below.

“Go Away” is taken from Weezer’s latest album Everything Will Be Alright in the End, which was released last October through Republic Records.


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Templeton Pek (UK) streams new album, “New Horizons”

Birmingham England’s own veteran punk trio Templeton Pek released their fourth full-length record entitled New Horizons on July 24th 2015 via Hardline Entertainment, and you can stream it below.

The 11 track album was recorded by Ken Seaton at The Porch in Hermosa Beach, CA and mixed by Cameron Webb (MotörheadSum 41, Lit, Pennywise) at Maple Studios in Santa Ana, CA.

The band began writing the new record in early 2014, then flew to the US and spent over a month living and recording in Hermosa Beach, Los Angeles, hometown of Black FlagDescendentsAll and Pennywise. Following a productive session in LA, Cameron Webb then came on board and mixed the album.

The band states: “Being in a town so rich in punk rock and specifically melodic punk rock inspired us to record New Horizons and make it sound the way it does. It’s definitely a new era for us as band on so many levels.”

The album is about using and building on the past, and that’s exactly the drive that the band has. Armed with a new label, new management, a new member and a new batch of songs that represent and sound like a band that has a new lease in life, the album title speaks for itself.

“Primarily it is a positive album about going back to writing songs that made us want to be in a band, or listen to bands in the first place and its an album about moving forward.”

You can listen to Episode 24 of the Dying Scene Radio interview with Neil Mitchell from Templeton Pek by clicking here.

You can find them in all of the familiar places…

Website- www.templetonpekofficial.com

Facebook- www.facebook.com/templetonpek

Instagram- instagram.com/templetonpek

Twitter- twitter.com/templetonpek

Youtube- www.youtube.com/templetonpek

Soundcloud- @templeton-pek-official

 

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New Alaska (punk) streams new album, “Western Corners”

U.K. punks New Alaska released Western Corners on July 15th, and you can now stream it below.

The 10-track album is available for purchase here, and the digital download includes artwork and lyrics.

New Alaska most recently released an EP called The Memoir Sings in November of 2013.

 


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Emarosa stream “Gold Dust (Reimagined)”

Post-hardcore band Emarosa unexpectedly released a new EP called Versus Reimagined, and you can stream one of the tracks below.

“Gold Dust (Reimagined)” features guest vocals from Aaron Marsh of the indie rock band Copeland.  The other 3 tracks, ”Say Hello To The Bad Guy,” “Mad” and “I’ll Just Wait,” are also found on the band’s latest album, Versus, which came out in September 2014 via Rise Records.

According to the (very positive) online comments from fans, the new songs are truly a reimagining, as they are a big departure from the band’s usual sound.


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The Bunny The Bear release video for “Lover’s Touch”

Buffalo’s post-hardcore act The Bunny The Bear has a lot going on this summer, including the release of their new album, A Liar Wrote This, and some dates on the Warped Tour.  Additionally, the band has a new video out for “Lover’s Touch,” and you can watch that below.

The Bunny The Bear’s most recent release was last year’s Food Chain, which also came out on Victory Records,


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The Meanies (Australia) release new single, “There’s a Gap”

Mind the gap!  Australian punks The Meanies have a new single out, and you can check it out below.

The Meanies have been playing since 1999, and still appear to be going strong.  Their latest album, It’s Not Me, It’s You, will be out on September 25th through Poison City Records.


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Get Bent streams their entire discography

Although Get Bent is no longer in existence as a band, you can stream the Queens, New York punk act’s entire 10-track legacy, plus a new bonus track, here.  The songs will be released as Discography by Dead Broke Rekerds.

The members of Get Bent went to to play in some great bands, including Iron Chic , Jonesin’, Potboiler, and The State Lottery.


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Video: Bigwig plays “Best of Me” at Amnesia Rockfest

Jersey punks BIGWIG played Amnesia Rockfest this past June, and now you can relive one of their big moments.  Check out the video for “Best of Me” below.

“Best of Me” appeared on the band’s 1997 release, Unmerry Melodies, and the crowd definitely seemed to appreciate hearing a classic tune.

Bigwig’s latest album, Reclamation, was released in 2006 through Fearless Records. They’ve been working on a new record, and we’ll keep you posted on the release date when it’s announced.


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Nerdlinger previews two tracks off of new album, “Trend Setter”

Aussie punk trio Nerdlinger has a new album in the works, and you can listen to a two-song sneak peek below.  ”Hostages” and “Not Life You” are two of the 9 tracks to appear on the band’s new album, Trendsetter, which is set for release on August 7th.

Nerdlinger most recently released Church of Punk Rock back in 2014.


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Great Collapse (members of Strike Anywhere, Rise Against, etc.) announce debut full-length “Holy War”, stream new song

Imagine this… Comeback Kid, Rise Against, Set Your Goals, and Strike Anywhere members form a band. Now imagine that they have announced their first full length album.

If you haven’t heard of them before, be prepared to have your mind blown. Great Collapse is a punk band started by Strike Anywhere singer Thomas Barnett with members of Rise Against, Set Your Goals and Comeback Kid (WHAT?!) and I honestly don’t know how that could be any more stacked.

The band is streaming a new song titled “New Abolition” off of their upcoming debut full-length “Holy War” and you can listen to it below. The album is set to drop October 2nd and to support it, they have also announced a European tour with Boysetsfire, Silverstein, Refused, Rise Against, Matt Davies and Antillectual; the dates can also been found below.

“Holy War” is Great Collapse’s latest release since their debut EP “Elemental,” which came out in early 2014. 


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