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Japanese music fest Satanic Carnival announces 2017 lineup feat. Ken Yokoyama, SHADOWS, Good4Nothing, Swanky Dank

Annual Japanese alternative music festival Satanic Carnival has announced the lineup for 2017. You can find the full lineup in the poster below.

The announcement includes Ken Yokoyama (Hi-Standard), SHADOWS, Good4Nothing, Swanky Dank, Crossfaith, Crystal Lake, ENTH, HEY-SMITH, and Maximum The Hormone. Satanic Carnival ’17 will take place over two days, June 17 and June 18, at Makuhari Messe International Exhibition Hall in Chiba. The event is presented by Pizza of Death Records.



HEY-SMITH (Japanese Ska) release music video, announce US tour w/ Authority Zero

Osaka, Japan based ska punk outfit HEY-SMITH have premiered a live music video of their track Don’t Worry My Friend. You can watch the video below.

The live show the video was filmed at was the final of their “STOP THE WAR TOUR,” which took place at Osaka’s Fumin Kyosai Super Arena. In addition to the music video, HEY-SMITH has announced a tour of the US supported by Arizona punks Authority Zero. You can find the tour dates and locations below the video.



Hardline Entertainment signs Hey Smith

Hardline Entertainment has just announced the addition of Japanese ska punks Hey Smith. No new releases or music has been announced as of yet, but we’ll keep you updated.

Hey Smith previously released “Free Your Mind” in 2011 via Paper + Plastick.



Introducing Japanese ska-punk band: Hey Smith

Here at Dying Scene, we are always trying to find new bands for you, the readers, to listen to. So today, we present you with Japanese ska-punk powerhouse, Hey Smith. These guys aren’t very new, considering they were formed back in 2006, but they just signed to Paper + Plastick and re-released their debut album, “14-Fourteen,” making the album their first actual release in the United States.

If you want to get a taste of the band’s music, they are now streaming a song, which appears on “14-Fourteen,” called “She Is A Man,” right here.

Prior to re-releasing their debut album on Paper + Plastick, the band’s last release was 2011’s “Free Your Mind.”