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Ivan Drago (skate punk, Australia) stream “Thanks for Coming Out”

Aussie skate punk unit Ivan Drago are allowing fans to stream their latest EP, Thanks For Coming Out. The release features seven tunes full of infectious guitar melodies, catchy, harmonious vocal lines, and the occasional shouty bit.

Thanks For Coming Out can be enjoyed in its entirety below and is the latest material from Ivan Drago since their 2015 debut self-titled full-length.



Feed The Cat (France) stream new single, “That Ship Will Sink”

French skate-punkers Feed The Cat are streaming a new single, titled “That Ship Will Sink”. Check it out here!



Freedumb (Skate Punk, Norway) release new single “Let It Slide”


Norway’s skate punk exports Freedumb have released a new single. The trio released “Let It Slide” last week – and it’s the first track to be released since last year’s full length “Feeding The Tapeworm”.

You can have a listen to the track below.



Fastloud release music video for “Joey”

Spanish skate punks Fastloud have released a music video for “Joey”, taken from their latest EP Walkman Returns. Check it out below.

Walkman Returns came out in April. You can download it for free on bandcamp.



Uphill Struggle (skate punk) streaming new album “Fool’s Paradise”

Danish punks Uphill Struggle are streaming their debut album “Fool’s Paradise”.

You can check it out below.

“Fool’s Paradise” is the first release from Uphill Struggle, if your a fan of Millencolin or 88 Fingers Louie this is the band for you. 



Strung Out, Reverend Horton Heat & Fishbone announce tour

Strung Out, Reverend Horton Heat, and Fishbone will be touring together next month. Most of the shows are on the west coast, but there are a few stops in the Midwest as well.

Check out the tour dates below to see if they’re stopping near you.

Earlier this year, Strung Out announced plans to release a new acoustic EP titled Black Out the Sky. So far, nothing has come of that, but we’ll keep you posted as always.



Whatever (Skate Punk) stream new song “Go There”

German skate punk act Whatever are streaming a new song called “Go There.”

You can give it a listen below.

“Go There” is the bands’ first single off their upcoming album.  They last released the EP What Do You Expect in January 2014.



DS Exclusive: Hateful Monday (Skate Punk) Premieres “As Far As I Can Remember” From Upcoming Album

Throughout their nineteen year career, this terrific trio from Geneva, Switzerland, has been recognized for their aggressive style of skate punk both in their home country as well as abroad. Their newest album, Unfrightened which is due out on September 15th, reinforces this signature sound with blazing, metal inspired guitar riffs and drums that sound like a chain gun. Prior to the album’s release, the sensational Swedes wanted to give us an exclusive, first listen to prepare us for the onslaught which is to come so, the least you could do is give it a listen! Check out the World premiere of the debut single, “As Far As I Can Remember” below!

Hateful Monday’s last album was Must Be Somewhere which was released in 2013.



SLED (skate punk, FL) stream new song “Wasting Away” and launch pre-orders for album

Skate punk meets desert rock band SLED (formerly Pinhole Down) are streaming another track from their debut record under the new moniker. “Wasting Away” is the third song from the band’s premier full-length album, A Better You, which will be released on September 15, 2017 via guitarist Garrett Wadford’s own label Bird Attack Records.

Check out “Wasting Away” below and if you like it, why not pre-order the full album today over at Bandcamp.



Double Negative (Skate-Punk) stream new single “Alien” from upcoming album “The Day The Dark Won”

UK skate-punk act Double Negative are streaming a new single from their upcoming album “The Day The Dark Won’. The track is called “Alien” and you can give it a listen below.

The album is almost complete and will be released on Felony Records.

The band’s last release was “When We’re Gone” back in August 2016.



Poison Alley (Hungarian skatepunk) stream new EP

Fans of melodic hardcore, today is your lucky day: Poison Alley, out of Hungary, have released their 3rd EP Flowers of Evil. Check out a stream here.

4 tracks of chunky, harsh Peavey 5150 thickness, with melody and heaviness to boot.

The band’s last release, Break Away, Cast Away, Fade Away was released last August. 



Introducing A Thousand Times (Brazil, skatepunk)

From the mean streets of Brazil, and seemingly from an alternate reality Tony Hawk Pro Skater soundtrack, come Brazilian skatepunks A Thousand Times. Check out a stream of their new album below.

The music is tight, aggressive and fun…with obvious nods to 90’s hardcore influences like Pennywise and Ten Foot Poll/Pulley. Standout tracks for me were “All In One” and “Stage Invaders”, songs that feel contemporary while still sounding as though they would be at home in an obscure 90’s skateboard video.

The self-titled release is the band’s first LP; with a digital EP released through the band’s Bandcamp page. Download a copy and get a t shirt featuring the absolutely bitching album art here.



DS Exclusive: Sombulance (UK Skate Punk) Premieres New EP, Lifers

After a seven year hiatus, legendary UK skate punkers, Sombulance have returned with a brand new EP! The album, entitled Lifer, is due out on August 4th via heavyweight punk label Lockjaw Records but we got our hands on it a day early and it rips! When asked about the release, founding member and guitarist, Ant Harrison explained “We’re excited and relieved to finally be releasing new music, and doing so through our friend’s label Lockjaw Records. We’ve actually been sitting on this EP for a while because it was written in the context of full length but it made sense to record our six strongest songs to release for our Punk Rock Holiday appearance.” Well lucky reader, today you’re the direct beneficiary of that decision because we’re premiering all six, strong songs exclusively here at Dying Scene! So, enough reading, get to streamin’, below!

The quartet’s last release was 2010’s debut full length, A Cynic’s Response.



Gibberish (Skate-Punk) stream two new songs “Vans and Floors” and “Apathy”

Italian/Japanese/American skate punk band Gibberish are streaming two new songs: “Vans and Floors” and “Apathy”. You can listen to them below.

The songs are from an upcoming album but as of yet there are no details on when it will be released or what the album title will be.



Sombulance stream track “Downfall” from upcoming EP

South Coast UK skate punks Sombulance are currently streaming “Downfall,” the newest track from their upcoming EP. You can listen to it below.

The EP, titled Lifer, is set to be released on August 4. Lifer is the band’s first release since their 2010 debut full length, A Cynic’s Response.