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Music Video: NO//LIARS (post-hardcore) – “Catalyst”

Victoria, BC post-hardocre act NO//LIARS have released a video for their song “Catalyst.”

Check it out below.

“Catalyst” comes from the bands EP of the same name that came out March 4th, 2016.

Blessed (post-punk) stream new song, announce tour dates

Blessed is a new experimental post-punk band out of Vancouver that is getting ready to release their debut EP, as well as embark on a 6 week Canadian tour.

The self titled EP is set to be released on May 20th, but the band is streaming the first song now.  Give “Feel” a listen below while you peruse the bands’ upcoming tour dates.

Life in Vacuum tours Canada with The K

Canadian post-hardcore band Life in Vacuum is doing a brief Canadian tour next week, and you can find all of the dates below.  They will be joined by Belgian band The K.

Life in Vacuum most recently released a 3-song split, which you can check out here.  Their most recent album was 2014’2 5.

The Fall of Troy release video for new song “Inside Out”

Washington post-hardcore act The Fall of Troy have released a music video for their new song “Inside Out”. I personally really like it, but watch it below and judge for yourself.

The song comes off of their upcoming album “OK” which is set to drop… today actually… and we will keep you up to date with that so stay tuned!

The band has also released another song off of the LP. This one is called “401K” and you can listen to that below as well.

But wait, there’s more!

The Fall of Troy will be hitting the road this fall! They will be joined  by And So I Watch You From Afar and Slothrust on the first leg of the tour, and Kylesa and Powwers on the second. You can find the tour poster, with all of the dates and locations, here.

Departures (post-hardcore) to join Holy Roar ahead of third record release

Holy Roar records have announced that Scottish screamo band Departures will release their third album via the label this summer.

In a press release they issued the following statement regarding the new record, “Death Touches Us, From the Minute We Begin to Love”:

“(It) streamlines, crystallizes and solidifies Departures’ already achingly melodic post-hardcore sound into something truly formidable. Existing fans of the band will not be disappointed, whilst new ears will be treated to a record that blurs the line between high-energy alternative/indie and emotional post-hardcore.”

If you haven’t heard Departures before they are well worth a listen if you are into angst ridden screamo in a similar ilk to Your Demise and Giants.

Greaver (post-hardcore) will release debut album on Cardigan Records

North Carolina post-hardcore/screamo band Greaver will release their debut album, The Faun, on April 29th.  The album will come out on Durham-based label Cardigan Records.

Drummer Travis Hall had this to say about the new release:  “We’re incredibly excited to share these 10 new songs with the world and usher in a new era for Greaver.  We’ve never been prouder of material we composed together and feel this record pulls from all the unique influences of our 5 members more so than everything we’ve previously released.

You can stream the album’s first single, “A Poisoned Well,” below.

To Live As Wolves (hardcore) stream new EP “Breakneck Road”

New York heavy-hitters To Live As Wolves are streaming their new EP Breakneck Road, which is officially released today. The 5-track release is pure energy and heavy riffs that any hardcore/post-hardcore fan will enjoy. The fifth track “Stalemate” also features guest vocals from Davey Muise of Vanna – all the more reason to get into this band.

You can stream the full EP below.

Breakneck Road is the band’s sophomore release and serve’s as a follow-up to their 2014 EP The Changing Tide. 

The Fall of Troy stream new song “401k”

Washington post-hardcore act The Fall of Troy are streaming their new song “401k”. It’s their first song in seven years, and you can listen to it below.

“401k” appears on The Fall of Troy’s as-yet-untitled upcoming album, which is due for release on April 20th and will be their first studio album since 2009’s In the Unlikely Event.

Napoleon (Post-Hardcore) announce new album, video, and tour

U.K. post-hardcore group Napoleon have a whole slew of announcements coming at ya!  First things first, the band has announced that they will be releasing their debut album Newborn Mind  on May 27th via Basick Records.

The band has also announced some summer European tour dates.  Lastly, they have released a video for the song “Afterlife.”  Check out the video and tour dates below.

Music Video: BoySetsFire – “Fall From Grace”

Boysetsfire have released a music video for their single “Fall From Grace” and you can watch it here.

“Fall From Grace” appears on Boysetsfire’s self-titled LP, which was released on September 25, 2015 via Bridge Nine Records/End Hits Records.

Albums Punk Forgot: Million Dead – ‘Harmony No Harmony’

Albums Punk Forgot is a look back at excellent or important records within our community that, for one reason or another, have been lost or forgotten. It’s a tribute to those bands and releases that deserved to be heard, but maybe for some reason dropped off our radars too soon. We at Dying Scene hope to give these records the credit they deserve.

Today DS writer Robolitious takes a look back at Million Dead’s Harmony No Harmony and its underrated place in post hardcore history. You can read his take on the album below.

Petrol Girls (post-hardcore) hit the studio to record debut album

Hardcore rage-smiths Petrol Girls have announced that their debut album is well underway. The band have teamed up with producer Tom Zwanzger and are currently laying down 10 new tracks at S.T.R.E.S.S. Studio in Graz, Austria.

The album is set for an Autumn release via Bomber Music.

“We’re really excited to be working with Petrol Girls, they are an important new band with something to say says Donagh O’Leary of Bomber Music. “We’re expecting a great album from them, full of real raw emotion and intelligent anger – things that are sorely lacking in most other bands these days.”

Petrol Girls released the E.P, Some Thing in February 2016.

At the Drive-In announce split with Jim Ward

Recently reunited post-hardcore legends At the Drive-In have announced their split with guitarist/vocalist Jim Ward, who decided not to take part in their reunion tour, which will kick off this Wednesday, March 23rd. The band writes:

“As our ship prepares for voyage, we announce that Jim Ward will not be joining us on future journeys. We wish him well and are excited to see you soon.”

At the Drive-In have not yet announced a replacement for Ward, but we’ll keep you posted as soon as new updates from the band are available.

At the Drive-In, who were last active in 2013, recently announced plans to release a new album this year. It will be their first one since 2000’s Relationship of Command.

Movements release music video for “Worst Wishes”

O.C. post-hardcore/emo act Movements have released a music video for their new track “Worst Wishes” and you can check it out below.

“Worst Wishes” appears on the band band’s debut EP “Outgrown Things” released last week on Fearless Records.

Locket stream “Everything’s Fine” from new EP “Never There, Never Was”

Austin Texas post-hardcore act Locket are streaming a new song called “Everything’s Fine”, taken from their upcoming EP Never There, Never Was, which is due for release on May 13th through Take This to Heart Records. You can listen to it below.

Never There, Never Was will the second EP released by Locket this year. They released a self-titled EP a month ago, and you can get a copy of it on their Bandcamp page.