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Broke (Punk) Premieres New EP “Getting By”

The last time we checked in with this phenomenal five piece from Detroit Rock City, we were lauding their sophomore EP, Left Over in May’s edition of Hidden Gems of Bandcamp. Well, Broke is back again with yet another stellar EP and they wanted to let our readers get the first listen to it! Stream the six track EP, Getting By in it’s entirety below and if you like what you hear, head over to Bandcamp and give it a download!



Dreams Of Vertigo (pop-punk) premiere new song “Facade” (ft. Tony Lovato of Mest)

On October 14th Southern California-based, pop-punk band Dreams of Vertigo will be releasing their new album “Reject University, Part 2: From Six 2 Midnight”.  To give you a taste of what’s to come we’re proud to bring you a premiere a new single “Facade”, featuring none other than Tony Lovato of Mest, and you can blast it below.

In the spring of 2015, Dreams Of Vertigo set forth to write their new EP “Reject University Part Two”. Wanting to work with someone who was arguably their biggest musical influences Doug (vocals/guitar) decided to approach Tony Lovato from Mest.”It was incredibly scary for me because Mest is one of my favorite bands of all time, so being able approach Tony was hard”. What Doug found out was Tony was super down to earth. “He was really excited to lay down the vocals,” says Doug of Tony. “To be able to talk to Tony about the song and to be able to hear his vocals on a song I wrote is something I can’t even put into words.”

“Reject University, Part 2: From Six 2 Midnight” is a follow up to “Reject University Part One: Freshman 15”.



The Cryptkeeper Five (punk ‘n roll) premiere “1,000 Keys” off upcoming album “Stronghold”

This Winter Trenton, NJ punk act The Cryptkeeper Five will be unleashing their new full-length “Stronghold” upon the world and to give you a taste of what’s to come we’ve got “1,000 Keys”, the album’s first single, streaming below for your listening pleasure.

If you’re unfamiliar with East Cost foursome, think somewhere between The Ramones, Roy Orbison, Rocket From The Crypt, and The Gaslight Anthem. Or just listen to the track and draw your own conclusions!



Distral (your new favorite melodic hardcore band) premieres “Narrow Nation” off upcoming EP “Strike”

If you’re at all a fan of melodic hardcore then I’ve got a “new” band for you to check out right this very instant. Finland’s Distral take the melodic hardcore intensity of bands like Raised Fist and Comeback Kid but cranked up about 5 notches on the speed scale. Think the musical equivalent of a 5 hour energy drink with a red bull chaser and on September 7th  they unleash their new EP “Strike” upon the masses. It’s an absolute banger of an EP and we’re stoked to bring you a stream of its first track. Crank up your speakers, prepare to destroy all the furniture in your living room, and blast “Narrow Nation” below while you check out the band’s upcoming tour dates.

“Strike” is the band’s first release since 2013’s “Prospective Outcome“. Pre-order it here.



DS Exclusive: Danvers premiere new song off upcoming LP “Jazz Standards”

Remember when we covered Pittsburgh pop-punk prodigies and overall solid dudes Danvers in our Hidden Gems feature about a year ago? No? Well, after discovering them and their impeccable EP Gallant, Side C, we said this of them: “They still need some work, but not all gems come polished and ready to be affixed in a fine, golden setting. Some require a little bit of work and those are our favorite gems. The ones that you grow with and invest in. Luckily, these boys appear to have that blue collar work ethic that you would expect from some Steel City kids.”

Now, we’re not saying we were right, but the boys sent us a new track off of their upcoming, fourteen song album Jazz Standards, and holy shit…we were right! Just as we thought, these boys have put it the work and have made magnificent strides since the last time we heard them.

Don’t believe us? Gold Star for you! Always question what you’re told! Luckily, you don’t have to take our word for it. You can listen to it for yourself exclusively here at DyingScene!  Stream “Save the War Stories, Hot Shot” below and then head over to Bandcamp to pre-order the album today. The album is set for digital release on August 15th and vinyl later on in October.



DS Exclusive: The Windermeres stream new song “Libertarian Value System”

Today, we have a special treat for you. We’re premiering a brand new track from Denver punks The Windermeres titled “Libertarian Value System” (ft. Ross Hostage of Allout Helter).

You can check it out the video and a message from their singer Chris Windermere below.

The band’s upcoming album Continental Divide releases on August 12th via FtLP Records. It will be their second full-length, serving as a follow-up to 2014′s Anthem Of The Recession Generation. Pre-order the LP here.



Friends With The Enemy (female fronted skate-punk) stream new album “Declassified”

Heyo! Listen up you melodic skate punk fans! Female fronted Aussie punk act Friends With The Enemy are on the cusp of releasing a brand new full-length titled “Declassified” through the folks at Felony Records and we’re here to bring you the first taste of what you’re in store for. Think 90’s Fat Wreck era skate punk fronted by an Australian Haley Williams… or just turn up the volume and stream the album below!

“Declassified” is due out July 29th and is the band’s first release since their 2010 EP New World Disorder.



DS Exclusive Stream: Modern Color – “Chromesthesia”

California melodic hardcore band Modern Color is getting ready to release their fantastic new album Chromesthesia on July 29th through Open Door Records.

Dying Scene is proud to be exclusively streaming the record, and you can check it out below!

Modern Color released a music video for the song “Shade” off of Chromesthesia last month. You can watch that here.



DS Album Premiere: The Split Seconds (70’s influenced punk) stream self-titled album

DC-based pop-punk band The Split Seconds drop their new, self-titled album, on July 8 and from the sound of it you’d have no idea the band has only been playing together for a year.

Founded by former Coastals and Boardroom Heroes guitarist Drew Champion in 2015, The Split Seconds are rounded out by Sean Peterson (drums/vocals), Alex Massi (guitar/vocals) and Tristan Sahwell (bass). The foursome bring a “revival of 1970s era punk” and much like the sound of their influences, the band’s name is a reference to the stripped down, fast-paced stylings of their idols, such as The Buzzcocks, The Clash, Generation X and The Damned.

The Split Seconds will be celebrating the album’s release on July 7 at the Black Cat but until then we invite you to stream it until you’re heart’s content below.



Coral Springs (female fronted pop-punk) premiere new single “History / Anxiety”

On July 9th Umlaut Records will be releasing a single containing two brand new songs from Dutch pop-punk act Coral Springs. Lucky for you, you don’t have to wait until then to give both tracks a listen. Check out “History” and “Anxiety” in all their catchy, female fronted, pop-punk glory below.

The single marks the band’s first new music since 2014’s “Find Happiness Here” EP. Pre-order “History/Anxiety” here.



Mace Ballard (pop-punk) premieres “Aurora” off upcoming EP “Lanterns”

Listen up pop-punk fans, we’ve got a tasty treat for your eardrums in the form of a brand new track off Pittsburgh punk act Mace Ballard‘s upcoming EP Lanterns.  I implore you to give “Aurora” a listen below but don’t let the catchiness of the tune full you, this song deals with a very real and very dark piece of our recent history. A piece that is tragically repeating itself with alarming frequency.

Vocalist Chris Daley comments on the song’s subject matter:

“This song was started during the Aurora, Colorado theater shootings. Some of the imagery and lines are very literal from the new stories “part of the show” referencing how at first, theatergoers thought the shooting was just sound effects, for example. There are many more references. When we were about to finalize the structure of this song, then the Newtown shootings happened. I thought about rewriting it. But it turns out, everything still applied. The repetitive nature of the gun-fueled tragedies is a sad song on repeat, tolerated by many. It’s essentially a challenge to the listener to think/speak/act differently the next time something like this happens, until enough progress is made that there won’t be a next time. “

Lanterns will be released on July 15, 2016 through A-F Records. You can pre-order the EP here.



DS Exclusive: Cold Wrecks stream new song “Suburbs” off upcoming album ‘Breaking’

Today we’re excited to bring you an exclusive stream of “Suburbs,” the brand new single by Brooklyn’s Cold Wrecks. The song will be on the band’s new album, Breaking, and you can listen to it below.

Produced and engineered by Jesse Cannon and Mike Oettinger, Breaking will be released on July 11, 2016 and you can pre-order the album here. You can listen to “Drawbridge,” the band’s first single here.

Cold Wrecks (as Eli Whitney & the Sound Machine) last released Tiny Refuge in October 2015. The band plans on re-releasing the EP under their new name in the future.



Dead Rejects (skacore) premiere new song “Burning Bridges” off upcoming split with Positive Junk

Today we’re stoked to bring you the premiere of a brand new skacore jam from New Jersey’s Dead Rejects. The song is titled “Burning Bridges” and it will appear on an upcoming split with UK based ska punks Positive Junk. Give it a listen below!

The split should be released in the next few weeks and will contain 10 new tracks (5 from each band).



Stream new album “ScreamerSongwriter” from folk-punk artist Stoj Snak

Today we’re proud to bring you an exclusive stream of Aalborg based acoustic-punk Stöj Snak‘s ucpcoming album ScreamerSongwriter. This is his first full-length album and serves as a follow-up to his EP Happitalism released in February.

Stream it below.

For those of you not in the know, Stöj Snak is the solo project of Niels H. Sörensen of the melodic hardcore band Mighty Midgets.

ScreamerSongwriter is due out June 9th. Pre-order it here.



Eat Defeat (melodic punk) stream new EP “Time & Tide”

UK melodic punk band Eat Defeat will be releasing their brand new  EP Time & Tide on June 11th through Umlaut Records and today we’re stoked to bring you a stream of the entire thing.

Eat Defeat are 4 guys from Leeds, UK, blending a shared love of pop music, fast skate punk and upbeat melodic punk to create high energy songs that will get stuck in your head for weeks. Formed in late 2010, the band has spent the past 5 years playing their brand of melodic punk up and down the UK and across mainland Europe.

See what the hype is all about by streaming “Time & Tide” below.