Hope came out on March 31st. The 5-song EP is available to stream on Bandcamp.
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Friday, April 14, 2017 at 5:09 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
Monday, April 10, 2017 at 1:00 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
Forming near the end of the Bush era, Washington, DC’s politically charged melodic hardcore act Technicians have never been afraid of voicing their anger towards the administration with their passionate anti-war stance often a theme in their writing. Now, it seems they have a new target in our Nation’s Capitol to direct their frustrations at and their debut LP, Now That We’re Home (due out April 14th) is the culmination of that ire. Fully recorded in 2015, the quartet was unhappy with the result and decided to start from scratch, re-recorded it themselves. In addition to the incredible cover art, the album features well written, topical songs, shredding guitars and unique, gut rumbling bass riffs. Stream it, exclusively here at Dying Scene, below!
FFO: Tool; Fugazi; At The Drive-In
Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at 8:48 PM (PST) by liathdavis
For fans of earthly tones and dimensional hardcore ambience, the release of “Dark Tears// Bright Smiles” from Brussels, Belgium’s own, Valley brings a new twist to atmospheric riffs and wonderfully tormented vocals that are remarkably transportational. The 8 song EP speaks to a level of emotionality through not only vocals but also the riffs, drum lines, and bass tracks which combine in each song to travel in a world away from any other; focusing on a stream of consciousness-like consistency to bring the listener to their own state of being.
Stream “Dark Tears// Bright Smiles” below!
Monday, April 3, 2017 at 2:27 PM (PST) by Mike Scott
At The Drive In have released a video for new track “Hostage Stamps”. The song is from their first new album in 17 years, “in•ter a•li•a”, out on May 5th. The album is out on Rise Records; it is the first since “Relationship of Command” in 2000.
You can watch the video below.
Thursday, March 30, 2017 at 10:01 PM (PST) by Chris Ramone
“A Steady Diet of Sugar” is taken from Goddamnit’s recent album I’m Not Okay, I’ll Never Be the Same, which was released earlier this month (March 3rd) via Jump Start Records.
Wednesday, March 29, 2017 at 9:17 AM (PST) by Shane Dover
The track comes from the band’s upcoming album, titled “CULTURE.” The album is set to be released through Dog Knights Productions, and pre-orders will be available on Thursday.
Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at 2:20 PM (PST) by The Torchbearer
Bristol UK post-hardcore act Everyday Sidekicks are streaming their upcoming EP Hope in its entirety.
You can give it a listen below.
Hope is set to be released on March 31st, 2017.
“Letterbox” is taken from Goddamnit’s recent album I’m Not Okay, I’ll Never Be the Same, which was released last week (March 3rd) via Jump Start Records.
Wednesday, March 8, 2017 at 9:50 AM (PST) by Shane Dover
“Chain Reaction” comes from the band’s upcoming single release, bundled with another new track titled “All I Want.” The single was released today, the 8th of March, and will be followed by the band’s first full length album on April 26 via Maximum-10 Records. You can find more information on the single and album releases below the video.
Wednesday, March 1, 2017 at 9:17 PM (PST) by jaystone
A couple of days in front of the release of their upcoming full-length, “I’m Not Okay, I’ll Never Be The Same,” Philly punks Goddamnit are streaming that very album in its entirety. Check it out here, kids!
“I’m Not Okay, I’ll Never Be The Same” is due out this Friday (March 3rd) on Jump Start Records, and serves as the follow-up to their 2014 debut full-length, “How To Take The Burn.”
Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 10:31 AM (PST) by Gina Skidz
Post-hardcore veterans At The Drive In have announced that they will release their first new album in 17 years, in•ter a•li•a, on May 5th. In the meantime, you can preview the track “Incurably Innocent” in a lyric video below.
The highly-anticipated album will be released on Rise Records, and it will be the first since Relationship of Command came out back in 2000.
Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 9:46 PM (PST) by jaystone
Philly punks Goddamnit have debuted another song from their upcoming full-length, “I’m Not Okay, I’ll Never Be The Same.” The new track is called “Fix Dis,” and you can put it in your earholes right here.
“I’m Not Okay, I’ll Never Be The Same” is due out March 3rd on Jump Start Records, and serves as the follow-up to their 2014 debut full-length, “How To Take The Burn.”
Thursday, February 16, 2017 at 3:18 PM (PST) by Paul Carr
Denver’s Muscle Beach offer a catchy brand of furious post-hardcore with enough eclectic embellishments to stand out from the pack.
In a continually crowded marketplace where hardcore and post-hardcore bands seemingly disappear as soon as they’ve arrived, it takes something special to get yourself noticed. A good place to start is to stockpile a veritable arsenal of hard riffs and possess a front man who sounds like he regularly gargles diesel oil and bits of gravel. Similarly, you should sound authentic. Throw every ounce of soul into every scream but maintain that air of mischievousness to leave the listener bruised and beaten but elated and satisfied. Thankfully, Muscle Beach contain that and more. They produce muscular, frenzied, ear-splitting post-hardcore but with an unshakable swagger and with hooks you could hang an oil tanker off.
The album launches with gleeful slabs of distortion on “Tiger Lily” with front man Justin Sanderson’s spine-tingling howl ripping through the chaos. The guitars are sharp and emphatic; beaten with furious abandon as if the band’s very lives depended on it. “Re-animators” struts and rolls with a cutting, glam punk riff, recalling Blcklisters and The Blood Brothers. The song provides a veritable feast of riffs with each more ferocious than the last. The kinds of riff that sounds like they could decimate a rain forest. Impressively, the band possess an infinite fleet of riffs, ready to deploy, seemingly at will. The phenomenally titled “Shark 22:Electric Boogaloo” features a stalking, circling figure, like a shark hunting it’s prey, before launching into a blisteringly violent aural assault. “Pressure Kills” highlights the band’s understanding of nuance as they increase and decrease the speed of the riffs, subtly altering the mood from festering rage to all out fury. “Hot Trash” storms and spits until collapsing into a head spinning, swirling maelstrom. It’s akin to suddenly finding yourself in the eye of the storm before being swept up by more savage winds.
Although each song is impressively stacked with fierce riffs and fierce vocals, the remaining members of the band are just as important to their sound. For example, “Eagle Wizard” is built on a cavalcade of slamming, marching drums, while “Front Steps” and “Gnarlitute” allow bassist Derek Arriata to show off his clunking, chunky sound. He provides a bowel shakingly solid anchor for the band to explode around him. The later song also features one of the best riffs on the album; a speeding, fireball that barrels along with reckless abandon. The band are also able to create enough space in their sound to justify the “post-harcore” tag. While they do share the DNA of post-hardcore legends Refused, they don’t incorporate any genre-defying experiments or off-kilter jazz influences. However, they are happy to take meaningful side-steps. Many of the longer songs feature more doomy, almost metal breakdowns while guitarist Sanderson is happy to layer on the effects, adding chorus or reverb. Nevertheless, these are fleeting pauses amongst the melee.
Muscle Beach have crafted a post-hardcore album built to last. They pack each song with riff upon riff but utilize them effectively, unafraid to play with time signatures or atmospherics. In doing so the album has more to offer the deeper you go. It is as volatile and unhinged as you would hope but often comes across as playful rather than malicious. An thrilling assault to the senses that leaves vibrations in the air long after it has finished.
Wednesday, February 15, 2017 at 10:21 AM (PST) by Shane Dover
Japanese label Maximum-10 Records has announced they will be releasing a “new school melodic hardcore” compilation album, featuring two songs each from 5 Japanese bands. You can find the tracklist below.
The artists that will be contributing to the compilation will be post-hardcore band SHADOWS, melodic punk act LEXT, hardcore outfit Waterweed, melodic punks For A Reason, and another melodic punk band in The Coastguards. “MAYDIE 2” is set to release on March 8, and follows Maximum-10’s last compilation album, titled “This. MAYDIE!!”
Friday, February 3, 2017 at 2:55 PM (PST) by Midwest Punk
The release features female-fronted bands and artists, with all profits from sales going to domestic violence charity, Women’s Aid. The CD is due out March 18th, but you can already pre-order a copy right now, right here.