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Neck Deep release video for “In Bloom”

Neck Deep have released a video for “In Bloom”, another track from their fourthcoming album, “The Peace And The Panic”out  via Hopeless Records on August 18th (this Friday). The track follows last month’s video “Motion Sickness”.

Pre-orders for the album are up now; you can watch the video below.



Neck Deep to tour US/Canada this Winter

Neck Deep, who release new album, “The Peace And The Panic” on August 18th via Hopeless Records, have announced a lengthy tour at the start of 2018 that covers the US and Canada. Tickets for the Jan/Feb tour go on sale this Friday, August 11th. For tickets, head to https://www.ndsoundcheckclub.com/.

Full details of the tour are below.



Neck Deep releases new song & music video for “Motion Sickness”

Neck Deep have released a new video for their song “Motion Sickness”, the third release off their upcoming album The Peace and the Panic which is due to release August 18th via Hopeless Records.

The band will also be appearing on several dates on the Warped Tour this year. See below to view the video and check out what dates they’ll be on the Warped Tour.



Neck Deep release two new videos, “Where Do We Go When We Go” and “Happy Judgment Day”

Neck Deep have unveiled not just one, but two new tracks. Both of which they have released videos for. The videos mark the announcement of their new album, “The Peace And The Panic”, released August 18th via Hopeless Records. The album is the follow up to 2015’s “Life’s Not Out To Get You”.

You can watch both the video for “Where Do We Go When We Go” and the one for “Happy Judgment Day” below.



Neck Deep premiere two versions of “December” ft. Chris Carrabba & Mark Hoppus

UK pop-punks Neck Deephave put out two music video/song versions of their track “December.” One is an acoustic rendition ft. Chris Carrabba (Further Seems Forever, Dashboard Confessional, etc.), and the other is a full-band version ft. Blink-182‘s Mark Hoppus.

You can check out both version of the music video and song below.

“December” is taken from Neck Deep’s latest album Life’s Not Out To Get You, which released in 2015 through Hopeless Records.



Neck Deep premiere music video for song “Serpents”

UK pop-punk group Neck Deep have released a brand new music video for their song “Serpents”. This song is the 3rd single off of their album Life’s Not Out To Get You, which was released last August. If you are ready to get haunted and see the band get possessed then check it out below. You can also catch them on tour in the US and Europe this month and into the summer.

Life’s Not Out To Get You, the band’s sophomore album, was released through Hopeless Records last August. It served as a follow-up to their 2014 record Wishful Thinking. 



Neck Deep release music video for “Kali Ma”

UK pop-punk act Neck Deep have released a new music video for their song “Kali Ma,” and you can check it out below.

The band’s latest album Life’s Not Out To Get You was released on August 14, 2015 through Hopeless Records.



Music Video: Neck Deep – “Smooth Seas Don’t Make Good Sailors”

UK pop punk act Neck Deep have released a music video for their song “Smooth Seas Don”t Make Good Sailors.”

You can check it out below.

Neck Deep last released  Life’s Not Out To Get You on August 14, 2015 through Hopeless Records.



DS Staff Picks – Meremaid’s Top Ten Albums of 2015

Hello! I’m Meredith, otherwise known as meremaid and I’m one of the newer writers on Dying Scene. This year has been a rollercoaster for me with probably some of the best and worst moments of my life and music has of course been by my side for the entire ride. When there’s nothing else that makes me feel hopeful, I have that and I am forever grateful to the bands and fans in the community that have helped me feel less alone when I’ve needed it most. I’m also so thankful that this music is something my sister and I can share. So many good memories were made this year on mini road trips and in shitty hotels to see shows. My top ten for this year is mostly pop punk, so grab a slice of pizza, get a little sad and enjoy.

You can check out my picks below.



State Champs announce alternative press tour w/ Neck Deep, Knuckle Puck, Like Pacific

Albany, NY pop rock heavyweights State Champs have announced an upcoming North American co-headlining tour with Neck Deep, presented by Alternative Press, and featuring support from Knuckle Puck and Like Pacific. The tour will start in Canada next February, before seeing the band move through the Midwest, West Coast, hooking around South, then coming up through the East Coast. Check out the full schedule below.



DS Photo Gallery & Show Review: All Time Low, Sleeping With Sirens, Neck Deep, ONE OK ROCK 11/10/2015

Ben Barlow, vocalist for Neck Deep.

Because of rush hour traffic my sister and I were almost late to the Indiana Farmers Coliseum, but we just made it, practically running in as ONE OK ROCK started their first song.  I had my camera around my neck already and I headed to the pit, and I was so thankful for the good view my press pass got me because those guys were amazing.  The Japanese four piece just recently released their first U.S. album 35xxxv, and it drew a lot of attention.  There were multiple signs meant for them in the crowd, and so many people singing along.  Admittedly I had never listened to them before that night, but I definitely have since.  Their vocalist Takahiro Moriuchi has an insane voice with great range, and the perfect mix of mostly clean (monstrous and versatile) vocals with a few uncleans thrown in there makes for a haunting sound.  Bassist Ryota Kohama rocked a five string with blinking red lights on the frets and seeing him playing through the smoke and dim lighting was enchanting.

After ONE OK ROCK cleared the stage, it was only a few minutes before Neck Deep came out.  Of the four bands playing, I have to admit I was most excited to see them.  I’d seen them during the summer at Warped Tour, but it was before Life’s Not Out to Get You had come out and I couldn’t wait to hear them play more of the album.  Their music means a lot to me because of the lyrics alone, and their style is unique in the pop punk scene.  They’re a little harder than some of the other bands in the genre, and if you listen to Crucial Dudes, you can definitely hear how they were influenced by that band.  They started with “Threat Level Midnight” and instantly got everyone in the audience caught up in their energy.  Vocalist Ben Barlow never stops moving and delivers each song with power and emotion.  Ben, bassist Fil Thorpe-Evans, guitarist Matt West, drummer Dani Washington, and stand-in guitarist Sam Bowden jump around and put so much into it that you feel bad if you’re not moving too.  The most memorable song of the night for me was definitely “Serpents” because it’s kind of a slow, deep, down tone song, but live they made it something totally different.  Dani’s drumming added an energy to it that I didn’t know it had and Ben’s head banging bumped it up to a new level.  You could tell everyone in the room was affected.

Sleeping With Sirens came on next, and I know they get a lot of flack from anyone who isn’t a teenage or young adult girl, but the truth is they’re great musicians and they know how to put on a live show.  Insult them all you want, but five successful albums and a world tour is big for a band that actually plays guitars these days.  Their set was mostly songs from their newest release Madness, but they did play a few older hits like “Fly” and “If I’m James Dean, You’re Audrey Hepburn.”  Vocalist Kellin Quinn really got to shine on the acoustic songs though.  The band played an acoustic version of “With Ears to See and Eyes to Hear,” and Kellin hit some notes that most people wouldn’t try live.  His narration between songs is a little cheesy and cringey sometimes, but he means well, and if you love the music you might find it kind of endearing.  SWS closed out their set with one of their most popular songs, “If You Can’t Hang,” and the room went crazy.  Almost everyone was singing along and there were tons of crowd surfers.  This bands been around for a few years, but they’re still as popular as ever and it’s their solid fanbase that will keep them around for more albums.

The set change between Sleeping With Sirens and All Time Low was long, but they had good music playing so it wasn’t too bad.  I’m twenty-four now and I’ve liked All Time Low since I was a freshman in high school so having the chance to photograph them five feet from the stage was a surreal experience for me.  I’ve seen them live once before, but I was standing in the back and seeing them up close was almost like seeing fictional characters come to life.  Of course there were a lot of dick jokes and “your mom” jokes between songs and they even did an impromptu (and surprisingly good) cover of Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin.’”

Alex Gaskarth and Jack Barakat take most of the attention when it comes to All Time Low.  Alex’s charisma and little bit of frontman cockiness and Jack’s goofy antics and energy on stage are what drive their show.  Drummer Rian Dawson and bassist Zack Merrick are the more quiet side of the band, but their talent is essential to All Time Low’s sound and overall draw with the audience.  The four of them have been friends since high school and you can tell.  You almost feel like you’re watching your own friends up there.  But all of that aside, the music is what we were there for and they didn’t disappoint.  They opened with “Satellite,” a song from their newest album Future Hearts and they played a majority of the rest of the tracks from it.  “Dancing With A Wolf” is one of my sister and my favorites from Future Hearts, and we didn’t think they would play it but they did.  It was great to dance and sing along to that one and to go crazy to old favorites like “Backseat Serenade” and “Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don’t).”  Alex also did an acoustic version of “Therapy,” and that emotion and serious moment was kind of cool to see in the middle of all the laughs.

The encore was “Kids In The Dark” and then “Dear Maria,” which everyone knew and as confetti and smoke sprayed out over the audience I had to smile because they’ve really made it.  So much success has come to them, and they deserve it.  They’ve grown so much, but they’re still the same.  All Time Low is one of those bands that’s kept the goofy charm they had at the beginning and they could still be your brothers or your friends playing in your garage or your basement.  Their songs perfectly capture what it’s like to be young and dumb and happy and sad and in love and heartbroken and that’s why everyone loves them.

You can check out the full photo gallery from the show below!



Creeper announce 2016 UK headlining tour

UK goth-punk act Creeper have just released a set of tour dates for early next year. The tour will see them crossing the country through the months of February, March, and April. The group will also be preforming, first with the accompaniment of acts Neck Deep, State Champs and Light Years, before preforming a series of headlining shows, then finally wrapping things up with the assistance of Neck Deep and WSTR. Check out the dates below.



DS Photo Gallery & Show Review: All Time Low, Sleeping With Sirens, Neck Deep, & ONE OK ROCK

Because of rush hour traffic my sister and I were almost late to the Indiana Farmers Coliseum, but we just made it, practically running in as ONE OK ROCK started their first song.  I had my camera around my neck already and I headed to the pit, and I was so thankful for the good view my press pass got me because those guys were amazing.  The Japanese four piece just recently released their first U.S. album 35xxxv, and it drew a lot of attention.  There were multiple signs meant for them in the crowd, and so many people singing along.  Admittedly I had never listened to them before that night, but I definitely have since.  Their vocalist Takahiro Moriuchi has an insane voice with great range, and the perfect mix of mostly clean (monstrous and versatile) vocals with a few uncleans thrown in there makes for a haunting sound.  Bassist Ryota Kohama rocked a five string with blinking red lights on the frets and seeing him playing through the smoke and dim lighting was enchanting.

After ONE OK ROCK cleared the stage, it was only a few minutes before Neck Deep came out.  Of the four bands playing, I have to admit I was most excited to see them.  I’d seen them during the summer at Warped Tour, but it was before Life’s Not Out to Get You had come out and I couldn’t wait to hear them play more of the album.  Their music means a lot to me because of the lyrics alone, and their style is unique in the pop punk scene.  They’re a little harder than some of the other bands in the genre, and if you listen to Crucial Dudes, you can definitely hear how they were influenced by that band.  They started with “Threat Level Midnight” and instantly got everyone in the audience caught up in their energy.  Vocalist Ben Barlow never stops moving and delivers each song with power and emotion.  Ben, bassist Fil Thorpe-Evans, guitarist Matt West, drummer Dani Washington, and stand-in guitarist Sam Bowden jump around and put so much into it that you feel bad if you’re not moving too.  The most memorable song of the night for me was definitely “Serpents” because it’s kind of a slow, deep, down tone song, but live they made it something totally different.  Dani’s drumming added an energy to it that I didn’t know it had and Ben’s head banging bumped it up to a new level.  You could tell everyone in the room was affected.

Sleeping With Sirens came on next, and I know they get a lot of flack from anyone who isn’t a teenage or young adult girl, but the truth is they’re great musicians and they know how to put on a live show.  Insult them all you want, but five successful albums and a world tour is big for a band that actually plays guitars these days.  Their set was mostly songs from their newest release Madness, but they did play a few older hits like “Fly” and “If I’m James Dean, You’re Audrey Hepburn.”  Vocalist Kellin Quinn really got to shine on the acoustic songs though.  The band played an acoustic version of “With Ears to See and Eyes to Hear,” and Kellin hit some notes that most people wouldn’t try live.  His narration between songs is a little cheesy and cringey sometimes, but he means well, and if you love the music you might find it kind of endearing.  SWS closed out their set with one of their most popular songs, “If You Can’t Hang,” and the room went crazy.  Almost everyone was singing along and there were tons of crowd surfers.  This bands been around for a few years, but they’re still as popular as ever and it’s their solid fanbase that will keep them around for more albums.

The set change between Sleeping With Sirens and All Time Low was long, but they had good music playing so it wasn’t too bad.  I’m twenty-four now and I’ve liked All Time Low since I was a freshman in high school so having the chance to photograph them five feet from the stage was a surreal experience for me.  I’ve seen them live once before, but I was standing in the back and seeing them up close was almost like seeing fictional characters come to life.  Of course there were a lot of dick jokes and “your mom” jokes between songs and they even did an impromptu (and surprisingly good) cover of Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin.’”

Alex Gaskarth and Jack Barakat take most of the attention when it comes to All Time Low.  Alex’s charisma and little bit of frontman cockiness and Jack’s goofy antics and energy on stage are what drive their show.  Drummer Rian Dawson and bassist Zack Merrick are the more quiet side of the band, but their talent is essential to All Time Low’s sound and overall draw with the audience.  The four of them have been friends since high school and you can tell.  You almost feel like you’re watching your own friends up there.  But all of that aside, the music is what we were there for and they didn’t disappoint.  They opened with “Satellite,” a song from their newest album Future Hearts and they played a majority of the rest of the tracks from it.  “Dancing With A Wolf” is one of my sister and my favorites from Future Hearts, and we didn’t think they would play it but they did.  It was great to dance and sing along to that one and to go crazy to old favorites like “Backseat Serenade” and “Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don’t).”  Alex also did an acoustic version of “Therapy,” and that emotion and serious moment was kind of cool to see in the middle of all the laughs.

The encore was “Kids In The Dark” and then “Dear Maria,” which everyone knew and as confetti and smoke sprayed out over the audience I had to smile because they’ve really made it.  So much success has come to them, and they deserve it.  They’ve grown so much, but they’re still the same.  All Time Low is one of those bands that’s kept the goofy charm they had at the beginning and they could still be your brothers or your friends playing in your garage or your basement.  Their songs perfectly capture what it’s like to be young and dumb and happy and sad and in love and heartbroken and that’s why everyone loves them.

You can check out the full photo gallery from the show below!



Neck Deep perform acoustic version of “Lime Street”

Apparently Renaissance Hotels has a contest going on, where bands got the chance to stay in the chain’s hotels at no cost, in exchange for making a music video. Check out Neck Deep‘s entry, an acoustic version of “Lime Street” below.

Renaissance uploaded all of the videos to a #PlayToStay playlist on its YouTube channel, and the video with the most views by November 15th is declared the winner of the contest. The winning band wins the grand prize, which includes a $10,000 Marriott gift card. Another band in the contest you might be familiar with is Beach Slang. You can watch their video here.

Neck Deep last released Life’s Not Out To Get You, in August 2015 through Hopeless Records.



Neck Deep release music video for “Gold Steps”

UK pop punk act Neck Deep have released a music video for their previously released single “Gold Steps”. You can watch it below.

“Gold Steps” will appear on Neck Deep’s upcoming album, Life’s Not Out To Get You, which will be released on August 14, 2015 through Hopeless Records.