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Choke Wire (Hardcore, Italy) stream debut album “Recognize Your Demons”

Roman hardcore punk act Choke Wire are streaming their debut album, Recognize Your Demons.

You can give it a listen below.

Recognize Your Demons was released on October 25th, 2017.  Limited edition vinyl copies are expected to be available in early 2018 via online record store Soulcraft Music.



Band Spotlight: Children of Terror (Indonesia/ Metallic Hardcore)

Children of Terror come from Malang, Indonesia and do not fuck around. They were formed in 2006 and have released a demo (2008), a full-length album titled “Retrospective” (2016) and an EP titled “Kaliyuga” this year. The core of their music consists of all the classic hardcore elements i.e. agressiveness, mid-tempo rhythms and earth-shattering breakdowns. Their lyrical themes revolve around inner struggle, depression, humanity, spirituality, philosophy and hardcore attitude and pride.

Children of Terror’s latest offering, “Kaliyuga”, was released last September and it’s a turnpoint for the band’s sound progress, drawing inspiration from a wide range of influences, from grindcore/powerviolence to sludge, without losing their identity. You can check it out below.



Turnstile release music video for new song “Real Thing”

Baltimore’s Turnstile have released a music video for a new song titled “Real Thing”. It’s taken from their upcoming album on Roadrunner Records, due out in 2018. Check the video out below.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on Turnstile’s follow-up to 2015’s Nonstop Feeling are revealed. They are currently touring the US with The Story So Far and Drug Church (dates below).



Fingers To The Bone (hardcore, Italy) stream new EP “Burning It Down”

Italian hardcore act Fingers To The Bone are streaming their new EP Burning It Down.

You can give it a listen below.

Burning It Down was released on October 26th via Indelirium Records.



DS Exclusive: The Kreutzer Sonata (Hardcore) Premieres Video For “October Kids” From Upcoming Album

Windy City skacore/hardcore act, The Kreutzer Sonata has been around for about six years now but they only have one full length to their credit over that time. That’s all fixin’ to change in a few months when the crusty quartet releases their sophomore LP The Gutters of Paradise via Chicago based punk label Don’t Panic Records. If you’re as impatient as us, you’re probably having a problem waiting another few months to get those gnarly new tunes in your ears. Well, don’t worries, faithful readers! You’re dedication is about to be rewarded because, today we’re excited to debut the first music video from the upcoming album! Stream “October Kids”, exclusively here at Dying Scene, below!



Danny Trejo (hardcore, Italy) Stream Full-Length, “Another Trejo’s Night”

Venice-based technical-hardcore band Danny Trejo are allowing fans to stream their latest full-length record, Another Trejo’s Night. The album features twelve tracks of absolute shred and will surely excite fans of all metal-infused hardcore. It’s fast, heavy, and pounding – just the way it should be.

We deplore you to check out Another Trejo’s Night below. It’s the first release from the band since their 2014 debut, Human Extinction.



Sharptooth (hardcore, MD) Release “Clever Girl” and Tour Dates

Baltimore hardcore five-piece Sharptooth have released their latest record entitled Clever Girl. The album features eleven tracks of punishing brutality and will please all fans of socially-conscious hardcore. You can grab a copy on MerchNow, Apple Music, and Amazon.

In addition, Sharptooth have a busy touring schedule in the coming months. You can check out all their dates below.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



En Psychro stream new song “Ravaged Land”

Hello, ladies and gents, I’m happy to introduce to you En Psychro, a hardcore punk act from Nicosia, Cyprus. These guys have been around since 2011 and have a demo, two splits and a full-length album (Faceless Mass, 2014) under their belt. They released a new EP titled “Ravaged Land” a few days ago and the title track is available for stream.

If you enjoy the smell of the street, the feel of cobblestones in your hands and aggressive, straight-forward hardcore punk, check it out below.



EP Stream: Hellbent (hardcore) – “PUPS, PENGUINS, & SOCKEYE SALMON SANDWICHES”

Ontario hardcore band Hellbent are streaming their latest EP, PUPS, PENGUINS, & SOCKEYE SALMON SANDWICHES, in full on all digital streaming services. Now, the EP is about a month old, but it just rolled through our folders and we had to put it up for everyone to hear because it is real good. It is 4 tracks of consistent energy and screaming that blends hardcore punk and 90s-style hardcore in to one fusion that is this EP.

You can check it out below.

PUPS, PENGUINS, & SOCKEYE SALMON SANDWICHES follows the band’s 2016 EP, EP3. 



Sharptooth (Baltimore) premiere new song “No Sanctuary”

Baltimore hardcore act Sharptooth premiered their track “No Sanctuary” from their upcoming debut album “Clever Girl” last Wednesday. Check it out below along with some of the band’s upcoming tour dates.

Pure Noise Records will be releasing “Clever Girl on October 27th.



DS Editorial: The Ten Acts I’m Going to Catch at FEST 16

Fest week is finally here and I’m pretty much beside myself. All of my exhaustive preparation (that I discussed in a previous article) is coming to fruition. Although I’ve never attended The Fest, so I could be completely unprepared for the debauchery that is likely to ensue, I feel that I’ve given myself a good chance to survive. After months of research, hours of listening, and a proprietary winnowing process that I’m not at liberty to discuss, I’ve narrowed my must-see bands down to the 10 you see below. Who’s on your list?

1. Sinai Vessel: Stumbled upon these guys when I was doing my FEST research. Reviewed Brokenlegged for DS. It’s one of my top albums of 2017. I can’t wait to hear it live. Friday. 10:30pm. Rockey’s.

2. Hum: My only fear on this one is that it’s going to be super crowded. I hope I’m wrong. I’ve seen HUM a few times. They are an old Favorite. I’m amped to hear anything off of Downward is Heavenward, especially The Inuit Promise. Saturday. 12:30am. 8 Seconds.

3. Tartar Control: First heard of these guys off of one of The FEST comps. THEY ARE AWESOME!!! I grew up on irreverent punk like The Dead Milkmen and King Missile, and these guys have taken the torch and run with it. Their shtick is like Book of Mormon meets PeeWee’s Playhouse on an acid trip. Friday. 8:20pm. The Wooly.

4. Grade: Hadn’t thought about these guys in years. Got into them around 2000 in the Emo/Screamo heyday. After revisiting their catalog, I am super amped to see them live. This reunion is a can’t miss. Saturday. 5:00pm. 8 Seconds.

5. Typesetter: Caught Typesetter opening for Against Me, and I’ve been a fan ever since. I’m really rooting for these guys. They are amazing musicians writing amazing songs. They bring it live and they seem to be playing 200 shows a year. That kind of work ethic will pay off for them! Friday. 11:20pm. Rockey’s.

6. The Dirty Nil: Don’t call them punk rock, it’s just rock. I missed these guys at Riot Fest and I’ve regretted it ever since. Some tough conflicts in this timeframe, but I’m determined to correct my past mistakes and catch the whole set. These guys stumbled out of the same garage as The Replacements and their revved-up guitar attack will be perfect to jump start your day. Saturday. 2:10pm. Bo Diddley Plaza.

7. The Lillingtons: I’m a huge fan of Kody Templeman’s work in Teenage Bottlerocket. And if you like TB, you’ll like The Lillingtons. The new record got five stars from DS and I can’t wait to hear that stuff. But they have to play All I Hear is Static!!! Friday. 12:50am. 8 Seconds.

8. Superchunk: I go way back with these guys. Seen them probably 10 times. The last time I saw them was at Riot Fest and they were one of the strongest sets that year. I’m expecting them to close out the main stage in epic style. Sunday. 8:00pm. Bo Diddley Plaza.

9. Iron Chic: I backed into these guys in a bizarre way. Got into RVIVR after catching them in DC. Then looked into Latterman. Started listening to IC to prep for The FEST and I’m like “these guys sound a lot like Latterman.” There’s good reason for that as IC lead Phil Douglas was in LM. Long story short, they’re a can’t miss. Sunday. 6:40pm. Bo Diddley Plaza.

10. Extinction AD: A person cannot live on Indie, Shoegaze and Emo alone. Every once in a while you need some metal. Where have these guys been!! They’re like the second coming of Iron Maiden crossed with Pantera!!! I will not miss this set even if I end up getting taken out on a stretcher. Saturday. 6:50pm. 8 Seconds.



Hard Pipe Hitters release preview track “2 out of 3” from upcoming album

Las Vegas hardcorers Hard Pipe Hitters have released a song from their upcoming album, “This Is Rock Bottom.” The album is set to release on November 11th. You can pre-order the album at their bandcamp page. You can stream “2 out of 3,” a song about a failing phallus, below.

I made a few dick jokes last week, and now I’m apparently the guy that has to write about dicks. Just like the old gypsy woman said.



Backtrack stream new track “One With You” from upcoming album

New York hardcore band Backtrack are currently streaming their new track “One With You.” You can listen to it below.

The song is taken from the band’s upcoming album titled Bad To My World, which is set to be released on November 17 via Bridge Nine Records.



Music Video: Emmer Effer – “Clayton Kershaw Jedi Master”

LA hardcore exports Emmer Effer have premiered a music video for their song “Clayton Kershaw Jedi Master”, which can be viewed below.

On the video, which was released to coincide with the start of the Dodgers’ return to the World Series stage after 29 years, guitarist Kevin Wells stated, “I wrote this song from the perspective of a baseball fan who is a child because, in many ways, I still feel like that little kid watching baseball when I watch games. I also made this one of our few songs without a variation of the word, “fuck,” because I don’t think Kershaw would like that if he were to hear the song. Go Dodgers!!!”

“Clayton Kershaw Jedi Master” appears on Emmer Effer’s recent album From the Bottom Down, which was released earlier this month on Felony Records.



Harbour Sharks (hardcore) release lyric video for “Don’t Say Revenge”

British hard rockers Harbour Sharks have released a lyric video for their song “Don’t Say Revenge”. The song comes off the band’s upcoming album “A History of Violence”.

You can check out the video here.

The debut album for the Kingston natives is scheduled to be released October 27th. If you’re a fan of A Day to Remember or Stone Sour you’ll enjoy these guys.