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May Bee Massive (festival, France) announces lineup for 2017

Europe’s newest punk-rock gathering has started to take shape and is looking like an absolute banger already. May Bee Massive is scheduled to take place on 26th – 29th May, 2017, in Fomperron, France. The festival is the brainchild of Rich Parker and will feature a wide variety of European talent across the weekend. You only need to speak to Rich about May Bee Massive and punk-rock in general for a few minutes to understand his vision and commitment to the event. The aim is to showcase the best in up-and-coming European punk-rock in a safe, eco-friendly space, with a clear emphasis on sustainability and community.

When asked about who was welcome to join the May Bee Massive, Rich simply had the following to say:


Dying Scene will have an exclusive interview with Rich, the man-with-the-plan, in the coming months but for now check out the lineup below or follow the festival on Facebook for up-to-date details.


Mute announce European tour

Canadian skate punks Mute have announced they will be touring Europe this fall, in support of their new album Remember Death. See if there’s a show near you below.

Remember Death releases on October 14th through Bird Attack Records, and it will serve as the follow-up to 2011’s Thunderblast. Check out the video for the first single “Fill the Void” here.

Music Video: Mute – “Fill the Void”

Canadian skate punks Mute have released a music video for their new song “Fill the Void”, taken from their upcoming album Remember Death. You can check it out below.

Due for release on October 14th, Remember Death will be Mute’s first album in 5 years, serving as a follow-up to 2011’s Thunderblast.

Mute Announce New Album “Remember Death”

Canadian skate punks Mute have announced a new album titled Remember Death. The record is set to release October 14th.

They’ve also released a teaser for a new song titled “Fill The Void,” which you can check out below. The full track will premiere on September 5th.

Remember Death will be Mute’s first album in 5 years, serving as a follow-up to 2011’s Thunderblast.

Antillectual stream new album “Engage!”

Dutch melodic punks Antillectual have made their new album Engage! available to stream in its entirety.

You can feast your ears upon the full 13-song record below.

Engage! releases tomorrow, July 29th through Bird Attack Records. Pre-order the album here.

Castoff streaming new self-titled EP

San Diego melodic punks Castoff have made their new EP available to stream. You can check it out below, alongside the band’s upcoming tour dates.

The EP releases on August 5th through the band’s Bandcamp page, with the proceeds going to Help a Mother Out. The band’s last EP First Step To Recovery was released in February through Bird Attack Records and Morning Wood Records.

Kill the President announce European tour

5-piece Spanish melodic hardcore band Kill the President! have announced European tour dates.

You can view them below.

Their last release was an EP dropped in 2013 called “Citizens”.

Fullcount release music video for “Welcome Tomorrow” (The Matchup)

Quebec City melodic punks Fullcount have premiered the music video for their cover of Welcome Tomorrow, a song originally from Montreal-based acoustic duo, The Matchup.

You can watch the video below.

Fullcount are currently working on a new album, they last released Concessions & Compromises in 2014.

Coercion 96 (hardcore) release new EP ‘Exit Wounds’

Punk-rock super-group Coercion 96 are back after a twenty year hiatus with a new EP entitled ‘Exit Wounds’. The hardcore veterans have put out their new material on Jacksonville based label Bird Attack Records.

The full EP can be enjoyed below for free but support the guys and go buy a copy too.

Mute release more teaser videos for upcoming LP

Back in March, Canadian melodic punk veterans Mute gave us a look into the recording of bass and drums for their new album. They’ve now released two short teaser videos of vocals being tracked for the LP. You can check the clips out below.

Not much is currently known about Mute’s upcoming record, but we’ll keep you posted as more details come to light. The band’s latest album Thunderblast was released back in 2011.

Antillectual release video for “Appetite for Construction”

Dutch skate-punkers Antillectual have released a music video for their new song “Appetite for Construction.” You can watch it below.

“Appetite for Construction” is taken from Antillectual’s upcoming record ENGAGE!, which will be released on July 29, 2016. Their last release was Perspectives & Objectives on A-F Records in 2013.

Guttermouth detail upcoming EP “Got it Made,” streaming new song

California punk veterans Guttermouth have announced they will be releasing a new EP titled Got it Made on July 15th through Bird Attack and Rude Records. Pre-orders are available here.

You can give the first single “I’ve Got It Made” a listen below.

Guttermouth’s latest album Shave The Planet was released in 2006 through Volcom Entertainment.

Adrenalized (skate-punk, Spain) working on new material

Euro-skate-punkers Adrenalized are working on new material according to a video posted to their Facebook account featuring the group’s guitarist Anders Xabier playing through some of their newest and thrashiest ideas to date.

If the new riffs (featured below) or the band’s 2013 release “Tales From The Last Generation” (Bells On Records) are anything to go by, this is one to keep your eyes on if you are partial to a spot of lightning-fast melodic hardcore.

DS Interview: Jim Lindberg on Wraths debut LP, new Pennywise, and remaining a punk rock dad

There comes a time in the life of many, if not most, a punk rock frontman when the tempo starts to slow a little bit, both personally and musically. The midsection starts to expand, the hair starts to grey, the beard moves beyond three-day stubble, and the shirts turn infinitely more flannel. It happens to the best of them, and the best of them do it damn well. Longtime Pennywise frontman Jim Lindberg has got other intentions.

On his latest side project, Wraths, Lindberg teamed up with 1208’s Steve McCall and Chris Kranes (also of The Darlings) and Kranes’ Darlings bandmate Andrew Tyler Murphy for a dozen of the most raw, aggressive tracks he’s been a part of in years. The sound hearkens back to the early days of LA or DC hardcore; seminal bands like Dag Nasty and Scream and Dead Kennedys and, of course, Black Flag, have been bandied about in articles and press releases surrounding the Wraths project. “That was a conscious effort,” says Lindberg “We really wanted to be very raw…I think punk rock was meant to be just mic’d up and blasted out. Forget about all the after effects.” The sound is raw, aggressive…and not for everybody, as Lindberg says half-jokingly “my wife is…I wouldn’t say she’s not a fan, but I think she’s ready for me to do my acoustic record!”

Wraths hits hard and fast, as you might expect from a release fronted by Lindberg. But in a style that’s much different than the recording process in his “day job,” Wraths was recorded in effectively two one-day sessions. And yes, that was strictly by design. “It’s basically a live record, and I thought that was a really cool way to do it,” explains Lindberg. Like a lot of bands that helped usher in the glory days of the skate punk era, Pennywise spent a great deal of time crafting and fine-tuning a sound that would become extremely influential in its own right. That fine-tuning has its downside, however. “It really sucks out the immediacy and the realness of the music when you have to do it a hundred times,” says Lindberg, though he’s careful to not step on the toes of his peers. “A lot of people like that, but I just absolutely hate it…Everyone has a way they want to do things, and mine is definitely the exception to the rule.”

Lindberg’s last project, The Black Pacific, came at a time when Lindberg had stepped away from Pennywise after more than two decades fronting the pioneering skate punk band. Wraths, however, is Lindberg’s first side project after rejoining Pennywise, and came about almost by accident. As Lindberg explains: “Steve and Chris played in 1208 together and had been friends for a long time and they hooked up with Drew (Murphy) on the drums, and they probably demoed six or seven songs and asked me if I knew of any singers. When I heard it, I said I’d love to do it, so they graciously accepted my offer.”

Prior to his initial split with Pennywise, the decision to partake in a side project like Wraths may not, necessarily, have gone over well inside the band. “There’s a certain thing that can happen to bands after you’ve been doing it for about twenty years, or eight or nine or ten albums, where you just get in to this thing where it becomes automatic,” explains Lindberg. However, a quarter-century of working together and a vastly different musical landscape have combined to allow Lindberg and his Pennywise bandmates a little more in the way of creative freedom. “Fletcher (Dragge, Pennywise guitarist) did Chaos Delivery Machine, which is a great record…he did that with Jason (Page) and Justin (Thirsk), which is awesome, and he played bass on it, which is out of his wheelhouse…as long as people can be there for (Pennywise) and play shows, why not” do a side project that might breath new life into their main band, Lindberg suggests.

Pennywise will remain busy on the road for the bulk of the remainder of the year, and Lindberg will squeeze a few smaller runs with Wraths into the cracks that his chaotic schedule allows. And while Wraths might be a more aggressive album than Lindberg has been involved with in years, that doesn’t mean the acoustic record isn’t coming down the ‘pike. “I’m glad to have a little reprieve from that before I do that. But I guarantee you that the next time we talk, I’ll be in a flannel with a beard and an acoustic. I’ll just try not to make it suck!”

Check out our full interview with the great Jim Lindberg below, and pick up your copy of Wraths’ debut LP here!

Darko (skate-punk, UK) release teaser video for new single

Fans of UK skate-punk will know the name well and rightly so however those from further afield may be less familiar with the band, Darko, who have released a teaser video for an upcoming single. The single will represent the first new music from the Guildford based five-piece since the 2014 masterpiece “Sea Of Trees” and if previous efforts are anything to go by, it will not disappoint. The new track should drop on May 10th but if you can’t wait that long you can enjoy some of the finest facial hair in fast-punk goofing around at their Facebook page. Enjoy.