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Muck and the Mires “Muckus Maximus” EP out September 14th, stream “#Loneliness” now

Boston’s garage throw-back Muck and the Mires have a new EP, Muckus Maximus releasing next month on Rum Bar Records. You can stream “#Loneliness” below and pre-order the record at bandcamp.

Muck and the Mires last release was 2016’s Doreen.



El Escapado release new EP, “The Not So Full – Full Length EP”

Nashville punks El Escapado have released a new EP, The Not So Full – Full Length EP. You can stream the 8 track EP below and buy it at bandcamp.

El Escapado’s last release was 2016’s Here’s to Eternity.



Strike Twelve (pop-punk) release music video for “For A Moment”

Orange Country pop-punk act Strike Twelve have released a brand new video for their song “For A Moment.”

You can view that video below.

The song was featured on the band’s most recent album, Down With The Ship, which was released through Felony Records. You can pick up a copy of that album here.



The Drowns (punk) stream new song “Take Me Back”

The Drowns, the new three-piece punk band from Seattle and Los Angeles, featuring members of Success, The Shell Corporation, Madcap, and The Briggs, are streaming their new song “Take Me Back.”

You can give it a listen below.

“Take Me Back” comes from the bands’ upcoming debut album, View From the Bottom, which is set to be released on August 31st via Live From the Rock Room, Bypolar Records, and 1984 Records in the US, and Gunner Records in Europe. Pre-orders are available here.



Drug Church announce new album “Cheer,” stream new video

Albany bred punks Drug Church have just announced that they will be releasing a new album called Cheer on November 2nd via Pure Noise Records.

To give you a taste of what’s to come, the band has released a video for their new song “Avoidarama,” which you can check out below.

Drug Church last released Hit Your Head in 2015.



Oh The Humanity! and The Hideout stream new split EP

Boston punks Oh The Humanity! and Massachusetts pop punkers The Hideout are streaming their new split EP, which was released on August 1st via Ocelot Records.

You can give it a listen below.

Oh The Humanity! last released Tired Ears in 2017, while The Hideout last released There’s Nothing. I’m Closing My Eyes in 2016.  Both were released through Ocelot Records.



Dying Scene Radio – Episode 9

Well, well, well…look who’s back with another episode! We almost gave the lads over at DSR credit for a quicker than usual turn around. Then we realized that they didn’t get a god damn interview…. Lucky for you dear listeners, the guys made up for it by adding more news stories and a plethora of new music from some kick ass, emerging punk acts that you probably haven’t heard of yet! In summation: AP and Bob are lazy pieces of human garbage who suck major ass and this episode has TONS of great music and scene news! So, stream it, in all of it’s glory, below!



The Attack (Punk, FL) release video for “Big Shot”

Florida-based punks The Attack have released a video for “Big Shot”. The track appears on their split with UK punk band No Thrills, which was released last week via Violated Records. The band just played Rebellion festival at the weekend, as part of a mini-tour supporting The Queers.

You can have a watch of “Big Shot” below.



The Penske File announce European tour

Canada’s The Penske File have announced the dates for an upcoming tour of Europe.  They are touring in support of their album Salvation that came out in April via Stomp Records.  The tour kicks off in September and runs through early October.   See the tour dates below.



Dog Company (punk) release video “Raise Your Glass” from upcoming album

Dallas, TX-based punk band Dog Company have announced the release of a new album. High Hopes in Hard Times is scheduled for a release sometime in August. Ahead of the release they have a shared a video for “Raise Your Glass” from the upcoming LP.  You can watch the video below.

Their last release was the 2014 EP War Stories.



Swingin Utters announce Canadian/Midwest U.S. tour

San Francisco punk band Swingin Utters have the announced the dates for a tour of eastern Canada and the Midwestern U.S. this fall. They will be supported on this tour by L.A.’s The Last Gang. See the dates below.

The Utters are touring in suport of a new album they are releasing on August 31 via Fat Wreck Chords titled Peace and Love



Iron Chic announces U.S. tour dates

Long Island-based punk band Iron Chic has announced the dates for an upcoming tour this September.  The band will be touring with Propagandhi for the first few shows and then will finish up the tour with L.A.s Spanish Love Songs. See the tour dates below.

Iron Chic most recently released You Can’t Stay Here in 2017 but also announced an upcoming split with Toys That Kill that will come out later this year.  Read about that here.



Bird Attack Records signs Hit the Switch (punk/thrash) for release of new album “Entropic”

Florida-based skate-punk label Bird Attack Records has announced the signing of So-Cal punk/thrash band Hit the Switch. They will be releasing their first album with Bird Attack, titled Entropic on September 25.

Originally formed in 2003, Hit the Switch has released 2 full-length albums and some singles, including a cover of Pink Floyd’s “Welcome to the Machine” and the 2011 “Retroactive.”



Vicious Mistress Records release “Skunx! When Ska and Punk Collide Vol. 2” compilation

Connecticut based DIY record label Vicious Mistress Records have released the latest in their series of compilations. “Skunx! When Ska and Punk Collide Vol. 2” is out now and available via their Bandcamp for $2, alongside all of their other compilations, including “Vol.1“, which came out back in 2017.

Have a listen to the 14 band offering below.



Ten Foot Pole Hit the Road in Canada for The Music 4 Cancer Tour

The legendary California-based skate punk force that is Ten Foot Pole has just announced The Music 4 Cancer Tour. The run of dates kicks off in September and will feature several stops around Quebec and Ontario, as well as an appearance at the Music 4 Cancer festival on September 15th. They’ll be joined at the event by the likes of Goldfinger, Good Riddance, and Belvedere.

The line-up assembled for the tour comprises of Dennis Jagard, Scott Hallquist, and Chris Del Rio, with Simo Perini joining the ensemble on drums.

You can check out all the dates below.