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New Band Alert: Wolf Bites Boy (street punk) full EP stream – Recommended

Remember this name: Wolf Bites Boy. It’s a name you’ll likely hear a lot more of in the future. The UK 3-piece punk band was formed earlier this year and has so far released an EP entitled “Say Something”, music videos for “Stevie Boy” and a new song “Fighting On” plus a stream of another new track entitled “Rise Again”. Let’s just say that they’re just not wasting any time. Think of an aggressive street punk/Oi!, blended with the vintage hardcore sound from the late 70’s early 80’s. Anyway I’ll stop there and let you guys judge it for yourself.

Stream their debut EP, the new track “Rise Again” and check out their latest music videos below.



Roadside Bombs (punk) stream new album “My Side Of Town”

Northern California street punk act Roadside Bombs will be dropping their debut LP “My Side Of Town” in two weeks via Chapter 11 Records and you can stream the entire thing right here.

The band also recently released a music video for the song “Not Everybody Knows A Good Thing” and you can check that out below.



10 Punk Songs That Will Make Your Week (curated by Dying Scene editor Gina Venz)

Ever wonder what the folks who run Dying Scene have been listening to lately?  We’re going to pretend you said “yes” to that question and feature a curated playlist from a different DS editor each week with the intent of exposing you to some new kickass punk bands. This week’s installment comes to you courtesy of editor Gina Venz.

Discover some new tunes, and see if Gina managed to cover every possible punk sub-genre, below.



Jailhouse Records to release split 12-inch with Blanks 77 and The Parasitix

Jailhouse Records has just announced that Blanks 77 will be hitting the studio towards the end of this year for a split with fellow NJ street punk band The Parasitix. The split will consist of 4 brand new tracks from each band.

This will be the first recorded output from the Blanks 77 camp in over 10 years, and is the classic 92 lineup of the band.

Jailhouse is hoping for a late spring release.



Burning Heart Records is back! New releases planned for Bombshell Rocks, etc

Four years after its final breath in 2010 Peter Ahlqvist’s genre defining punk-rock and metal/hardcore label Burning Heart Records appears on the scene again. With a new business model, a new artist roster and a new passion on the side of its navigator.

Once a Swedish powerhouse for discovering some of the world’s most talented bands, Burning Heart Records helped give rise to legendary acts like Refused, The Hives, Millencolin, Turbonegro and Nasum throughout the 90’s and early 00’s. Halfway through the last decade the label was hit hard financially as a result of declining album sales and had to shutter its doors.

In 2006 Epitaph Records, majority-owner since 1998, imbibed Burning Heart completely and relocated the label to Amsterdam while Ahlqvist continued work as an A&R from Sweden, signing bands like Parkway Drive, Gallows (for US) or The Ghost Of A Thousand for Epitaph and Burning Heart. After four more years of massive sales decline, the heart stopped beating completely.

Four years later, Ahlqvist has retained full rights to the name and trademark for Burning Heart Records and is proud to announce the resurrection of the label and immediate plans to restore it to its former glory.

“I’ve had some time to think it over,” says Ahlqvist. “Now is really the right time to go for it again. I had a few tough years but now its’ all coming back. Sweden was hit hard early, but it’s all there again, thanks to Spotify.”

Ahlqvist enthuses about his newfound inspiration and vision, which goes far beyond just running a rehashed record label as he explains.

“The new Burning Heart is more than a label, it’s a hybrid company that also provides management for the bands. We’re doing a different financial model with the bands, and joint ventures on the record side. It’s not a record label as it used to be, it’s a brand, and a music company that is starting to climb with new found ambitions on new roads.”

That new perspective came to Ahlqvist after he left Burning Heart in 2009 and started working at Panic & Action Management where he was inspired by a new generation of bands and fans and a new approach to doing business with them both.

Ahlqvist is about to take things to the next level with the renaissance of Burning Heart. Starting with the existing Panic & Action bands, who will be “transferred” to Burning Heart, this new and enhanced incarnation of Sweden’s groundbreaking label is embracing the digital age and ready to evolve within its ever changing landscape.

“I’m Looking forward to getting out there and releasing different kinds of music, be it metal or metalcore or punk rock or whatever, adds Ahlqvist. “Burning Heart had everything from Refused to more standard hardcore, metal oriented to skate-punk to garage or whatever rock. Music that will always be close to me. ”

Burning Heart will start with a well-rounded crew of bands which includes post-hardcore band Adept, who will release a new album in the spring of 2015, punk rockers Bombshell Rocks, who recently reunited with original singer Mårten Cedergran to release a new album Generation Tranquilized in November, anthemic rock band Her Bright Skies, who will release their next album next year, hardcore newcomers Walking With Strangers, who are also gearing up for an album next year and finally the legendary punk band Asta Kask, who originally formed in 1978 and went on to influence bands like Refused, Millencolin, Nasum and The Hives.



Music Video: Tosserlad (street punk) – “Punx From Hell”

Leeds street punks Tosserlad have released a video for “Punx from Hell” taken from their EP Make Me Sick, which was released in May. Feel free to check it out below.

The video pays homage to cult films from the 1980’s in which punks were always pictured as the “bad guys”.



DS Exclusive: Chanter’s Alley (street punk) stream new EP “We Are Alive”

South Korean street punk act Chanter’s Alley just released their new EP We Are Alive, and we’re stoked to bring you all its exclusive premiere! Check out the 6-song EP below if you’re looking for something new to listen to.



Dead Riot Cops (street punk) stream demo titled “Civic Center Hotel”

Here’s a new band for you to check out! Stockholm, Sweden’s Dead Riot Cops are streaming their demo titled Civic Center Hotel and you can check it out below.

The band describes their street punk sound as “high-octane riffs and harsh vocals” and “tight, basic, and explosive.” The band has released this demo on their own.



Bombshell Rocks releases new video for “Without Destination”

Bombshell Rocks has a new video out for the track “Without Destination,” and you can check it out below.

This track will appear on the band’s upcoming release, Generation Tranquilized, which is due out in November.



Wolfpack releases debut album and announces Australian tour

Thrash/street punk band Wolfpack is heading out on a country-wide tour in support of their debut album, Seen Not Herd.  The band has a strong commitment to philanthropy, and in fact donates all of their proceeds to charity.  Whatever they earn from this album will go to a dog rescue in their home territory of Victoria, Australia.  You can preview the song “Toxic Times” below.

The tour will feature dates with Morning Glory and The Dwarves.  You can check out the full list of dates and places below.



Action Sedition post music video for “Histoire D’un Printemps”

Montreal punks Action Sedition have released a music video for their track “Histoire D’un Printemps” and you can check it out below.

The song is off their July 1st split release “History Lessons” with UK ska-punk act Spanner. The video, and the song, are about student protests and student strikes that happened in Quebec in 2012, against a proposal to raise tuition fees.



Epic Problem (street punk) release new video – “Petrol Blue”

UK street punks Epic Problem have a new video out for their song “Petrol Blue”. You can, of course, check it out below.

The song is off the band’s upcoming split with Manchester melodic punk band Holiday, which is due out later this year on Pumpkin Records.

Epic Problem last released their EP, Lines, back in February through Lonsgshot / Rebellion / Rebelsounds / Pirates Press Records.



Bum City Saints unveil “Ride The Storm” pre-orders

San Francisco punks Bum City Saints have teamed up with Pirates Press Records to unveil pre-order options for their upcoming EP, “Ride The Storm.” Check here for details.

As you may recall, Dying Scene was present in the studio with Bum City Saints back in February for the recording of “Ride The Storm.” Check out our write-up and photo gallery here.

“Ride The Storm” serves as follow-up to Bum City Saints well-received last EP, “New Beginnings,” last year also via Pirates Press.



Street Poison (street punk) release music video for cover of Lars Frederiksen & The Bastards song “Bastards”

French street punk outfit Street Poison have released a music video for a cover they did of “Bastards” by Lars Frekeriksen & The Bastards.  Here’s what they had to say about it:

“We decided not to make a cover but a remix of Lars Frederiksen & the Bastards and shoot a video for it so go drop an eye or two on this piece of shit. We hope you’ll have a good laugh.”

Check out the video below.

Street Poison last released a split 7-inch with The Decline (France, not Australia) on Carnage Records.  The entire album is streaming right here.



Sniper 66 (street punk) stream new album “Caput Lupinum”, annouce East Coast / Midwest tour

Austin street-punk act Sniper 66 have just announced a 22 date East Coast/Midwest tour to support their recently released album “Caput Lupinum”.  Check out the dates and stream the album in its entirety below.