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The Dirty Nil stream new single ‘Pain of Infinity’ and announce tour dates

Ontario-based outfit The Dirty Nil have shared their latest single “Pain of Infinity.” The track is off their new album Master Volume which is due out on September 14 via Dine Alone Records. It is the follow-up to their 2017 release Minimum R&B.

They have also announced the dates for their upcoming North American tour in support of the album.

Listen to the song and view the tour dates below.



The Clinch (Street Punk/Oi!, Australia) stream new album “Our Path Is One”

Australian Street Punk/Oi! band The Clinch are streaming their debut album, Our Path Is One.

You can give it a listen below.

Our Path Is One was released on June 14th.



Bladders (Punk, Spain) stream new album “Loin”

Spanish punk act Bladders are streaming their new album, Loin, which was released on July 10th via Punk & Disorderly Records.

You can give it a listen below.

Bladders last released Taking Off in 2013.



Post Season (pop punk) stream new self-titled album

PA pop punks Post Season are now streaming their new self-titled album, which was released on July 13th.

You can give it a listen below.

Their last release was a 2015 split with Such a Mess.



HavenHurst (Montreal Hardcore) stream new EP “Grounded”

Montreal hardcore act HavenHurst are streaming their new EP, Grounded, which was released on July 13th.

You can give it a listen below.

HavenHurst last released Ab Urbe Condita in August 2017.



Life Hacks and Awful Man stream split album

Bear with me a bit because this one is a little complicated.  Boston punk act Awful Man was originally supposed to release a split album with fellow Boston band Ex-Planets in 2015, but both bands broke up after procrastinating on that release, so the label canned it.  The members of Awful Man went on to form a new band, Life Hacks.  So when this new band were ready to release their first set of songs, they thought, “Why not put out a split release with the last songs from our former selves?”  And so the Life Hacks/Awful Man split was born.

You can give it a listen below.  The split was released on July 13th via Dead Broke Rekerds.



New Music: Beach Goons (San Diego garage punk) stream “Hunny Bunnies” from upcoming album, hoodratscumbags

Happy Monday, boys and girls!

If you’re not familiar with Beach Goons, now might be a good time to start paying attention. Centered around frontman Pablo Cervantez, the band are a garage punk/surf bunk hybrid from Logan Heights, the epicenter of Mexican and Chicano culture in San Diego.

Beach Goons’ new album, hoodratscumbags, is due out August 24th on GRNDVW Records. To whet your appetite, they’ve premiered the new track “Hunny Bunnies.” Check it out below!

Like what you hear? Pre-order hoodratscumbags in physical or digital formats today!



Future Corpse (Prog/Post-Hardcore, Australia) Stream new album “Culture Ruins Everything Around Me”

The best thing about writing for an online magazine like DyingScene is finding banging new music from all corners of the globe. This morning my eyes and ears have been opened to the technical progressive hardcore sounds of Melbourne’s Future Corpse – a three-piece blend of musical insanity that’s an absolute must-listen for fans of riffery, odd song structures, and creative timings.

Future Corpse have just released Culture Ruins Everything Around Me. The seven track record is the most recent from the band since their 2016 release, Another World to Consume.

Check out Culture Ruins Everything Around Me below.



430 Steps (hardcore) stream new album “Heartless”

Orlando hardcore act 430 Steps are now streaming their new album “Heartless.” The album features the track “The White House is Just a Fucking House” which was streaming as a single earlier this month.

“Heartless” serves as follow up to their last album “Faster and Louder” released in March 2017.

Check out the new album below!



TV Crime stream new single “In The Gutter”

Nottingham punks TV Crime are now streaming a new single, “In The Gutter” to keep you all satiated until their debut LP which is coming this year from Drunken Sailor Records! 

“In The Gutter” serves as follow up to “Clocking In/Clocking Out” which is the second release by the band to 2016’s debut “Hooligans/Wild One.” 

Check out the single below.



Still Alive (ska) stream new album “Assemble”

Ska punk act Still Alive are now streaming their new album “Assemble.” The boys will be playing a release show tomorrow night, July 14, in Chicago at GMan Tavern. Pick up some tickets here if you like!

“Assemble” serves as follow up to their last release of single, “Ransom Note.”

Check out the album below.



Winning Streak stream new album “Whichever Path You Take”

Texas melodic punks Winning Streak are now streaming their new album “Whichever Path You Take.” This album is the debut release from these guys since their conception in 2016. Featuring guest appearances by Mike Herrera, Dave Nassie (NUFAN), Eddie Haddad (Eddie Money) and Gunner McGrath (former Much the Same), “Whichever Path You Take” is packing quite a punch. 

Check it out below!



The RocknRoll HiFives stream new album “Re-Introducing The RocknRoll HiFives”

New Jersey family punk act The RocknRoll HiFives are now streaming their new album “Re-Introducing The RocknRoll HiFives” on Little Dickman Records.

This full length serves as follow up to their last release in October 2016, “The Beat The Sound The Dragon Roars”

Check it out below, or stream the album in its entirety here.



Swingin’ Utters stream “Human Potential” off upcoming album ‘Peace and Love’

West coast punk stalwarts Swingin’ Utters have announced that they are releasing a new album titled Peace and Love on August 31 via long time home Fat Wreck Chords. To get you pumped you can check out the first single “Human Potential” below.

Peace and Love is Swingin’ Utters first release since last year’s compilation album Drowning in the Sea, Rising with the Sun and their first studio album since 2014s Fistful of Hollow.



These Fast Times (Montreal) release “Lights Too Loud” off upcoming album “On the Other Side of Fear”

Montreal dad-bod lifestyle enthusiasts These Fast Times have released “Lights Too Loud” off their upcoming debut LP, “On the Other Side of Fear.” If you like it melodic, you should definitely check out the track below. You can pre-order the album at bandcamp.

“On the Other Side of Fear” releases on July 20th via Thousand Islands Records. These Fast Times’ first release was their self-titled EP from 2016.