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The Chromosomes (Italy) latest album “Losing Eleven” available at bandcamp

If you’re in the mood for some new surfy Ramones & Roll material, Livorno Italy’s The Chromosomes have you covered.

“Losing Eleven” was released last September. It’s available on bandcamp for around ten euros/twelve USD. It’s easily some of the best I’ve heard in the genre in a while. I found the last two tracks, “TV Will Blast You,” and “The Age of Summer” to be my favorites.

Check out the stream below, and be sure to head to bandcamp to throw some money at The Chromosomes if you like the album!

DS Exclusive: The Problem Addicts (FL) – great new punk rock from the steamy nethers of the U.S.

Our new friends The Problem Addicts are streaming a track from their upcoming EP “Derailed.”

“Firestarters” is a catchy mix of what I perceive to be a mix between late 90s Epifat and early 2000s Chicago.

I’m also really fucking terrible at describing music beyond the extremes of “me like good much!” and something best described as a grab-bag of expletives being bellowed by a dying, dry-heaving camel. So make sure to let us know what you think of it in the comments. I’m sure you’ll have some super constructive things to say!

They fall into my “me like good much” camp. I’m definitely looking forward to that EP, which will be out February 24th. Check out “Firestarters” below!

The Dwarves stream new album “Take Back The Night”

Today marks the release of legendary punk band The Dwarves‘ new album Take Back The Nightthrough Burger RecordsYou can give the record a listen below, and buy it here.

This is the band’s first LP since 2014’s The Dwarves Invented Rock & Roll.

The Last Gang stream new song “Strange Fruit”

Los Angeles punks The Last Gang are streaming another song off their upcoming album Keep Them Counting. Check out “Strange Fruit” below.

Keep Them Counting, the band’s debut album, releases on March 2nd through Fat Wreck Chords.

Neighborhood Brats stream new song “Night Shift”

Neighborhood Brats are back! The LA punks are streaming a new song from their upcoming 7″ Night Shift. The band took a hiatus back in 2015 but claimed the pull of friendship and making music was too strong.

The track shares the same name as the 7″ and you can listen to it below. Night Shift will be released on March 23rd via Taken By Surprise.

Gogol Bordello cover “Rock N’ Roll Suicide” on Howard Stern Tribute to David Bowie

Gogol Bordello will be joining Peter Frampton, Daryl Hall, Biffy Clyro, Car Seat Headrest, Dawes, Bleachers and others on the Howard Stern Tribute to David Bowie with their cover of “Rock N’ Roll Suicide” to add to the list.

Gogol Bordello frontman, Eugene Hutz, said exclusively to The Howard Stern Show, “A brilliant music writer with mania for progress and endless shape-shifting, yet with a very strong soul presence behind all the masquerade. And with very pronounced loving kindness about him. I believe it was exactly the kind of presence that [noted spiritualist] Edgar Cayce described as supra-consciousness” in reference to the late rock legend.

The tribute will air February 9 at 10 pm on SiriusXM Howard 101.

DS Exclusive: Directors Cut premiere new song, announce mini-tour

France’s Directors Cut is pretty amped about their upcoming mini-tour of France. And they have every right to be, considering they’re kicking it off in their hometown of Lyon by opening for PUP. I know this because they told me!

“Hi y’all Punk Rockers and Dying Scene readers!
We’re super stoked to get on the road again along with our dear friends from LDDSM and also to have the opportunity to open for PUP in our hometown. This is the perfect time for us to unleash this bonus track from our last record Cycles we released a few months ago. Hope you’ll enjoy it and see y’all soon!”

Head below for tour dates, a stream of their new song “March April May,” and a great short film using three of their tracks off their most recent album, “Cycles.”

Up River (UK Hardcore) stream new single “Evocation”

UK melodic hardcore act Up River are streaming their new single “Evocation.”

You can give it a listen below.

“Evocation” follows the band’s last EP, If There Is a God That Is Judging Me Constantly, which was released on November 25th, 2016 via Holy Roar Records.

Travis Cut (UK Punk) album “Seventh Inning Stretch” available to stream online for first time ever!

UK punk band Travis Cut recently made their 1998 album, Seventh Inning Stretch, available online for the first time ever.  The album was recorded at the legendary Inner Ear Studios, and was produced by Dave Smalley of Dag Nasty/ Down By Law and Don Zientara (who worked with Minor Threat, Fugazi, Bad Brains etc).  The album also features Brian Baker of Bad Religion (and Minor Threat, and Dag Nasty, etc, etc.) on guitar on some of the tracks.  You can listen to this historic album below!

Ford Madox Ford (Members of The Dils, Rank and File) announce new albums, stream two songs

Ford Madox Ford, the new bluesy punk band featuring Chip and Tony Kinman from The Dils and Rank and File, have announced that they will be releasing their debut full length album, This American Blues, on February 16th via Porterhouse Records.  To give you an idea of what to expect from the new album, you can listen to “Dark American Night” and “Promised” below.

Harker stream upcoming album “No Discordance”

Brighton punks Harker are streaming their debut album, “No Discordance”, which is out on February 9th via Disconnect Disconnect Records. Pre-orders for the vinyl, CD and cassette pressings are available via the band’s Bandcamp.

You can listen to the album over at Already Heard. A list of upcoming dates is below.

The Bloody Lips (Garage-core, MI) Stream “F.O.A.D EP”

Lo-fi garage hardcore outfit The Bloody Lips are allowing fans to stream their latest record. It’s entitled F.O.A.D EP and features five tracks of stripped back rawness. The previous release from the four-piece was the early 2017 effort B-Side Noise.

Check out the full release below and if you’re feeling it, grab a copy to support great underground music.

MORTARS (Pop Punk, TN) Stream Full-Length “A Great Broken World”

Tennessee-based, country-fused pop punkers, MORTARS, are allowing fans to stream their latest full-length album, A Great Broken World. The record features 13 brand new tunes from the group. Their previous release was the 2017 EP, Basement Songs.

If you’d like to listen to the latest efforts from MORTARS, click below. You can stream the entire record before deciding whether to pick yourself up a copy.

Gods of Mount Olympus (Piano Punk, CA) Announce Self-Titled EP

Piano-driven punks Gods of Mount Olympus have announced that they will release their debut EP on Bird Attack Records. The group features members of Unwritten Law and No Use For A Name backing up Joey Cape’s (of Lagwagon fame) solo records’ keyboard player, Brian Wahlstrom. Their sound has been described as being like “Billy Joel on speed”.

If you’re eager to hear what Gods of Mount Olympus sound like, fortunately, you can check them out prior to their self-titled release dropping on the 16th of this month. They’ve been good enough to let fans stream two tracks from the record. You’ll find them below.


Senses fail stream new song “New Jersey Makes, The World Takes”

Senses Fail have released a new song off of their upcoming album, If There Is Light, It Will Find You. The track is called, “New Jersey Makes, The World Takes” and it is all about the nasty grip that addiction can have on some, particularly with Nielsen’s own experiences. On the subject, Nielsen says:

Over the years, I have lost a number of friends to drug addiction,” says Nielsen, the remaining original member in the band’s 16-year history. “This song addresses those losses and how I have tried to intervene in people’s addictions over the years. As someone who has battled addiction, I know that the change has to come from within. While support and resources are very important, it is ultimately a decision that is on the person who is battling. So many of us in this country have a friend or loved one who has lost their battle, and I thought it was important to highlight that struggle.

This is reflective of the tone and sounds in this song and is an important theme to the album overall in an effort to keep things “real” and down to earth-relatable.

You can listen to the song below.