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Free Music: Unemployed 7″ (split with Moonraker, Not Half Bad, Thirty Helens, The Filthy Radicals)

The fine folks at Synicalist Records are giving you the chance to get your grubby little hands on some free music, with the new Unemployed 7″. Listen and/or download the release for free/name your price below.

The split features tracks from Texas punks Not Half Bad, Santa Clarita punk act Moonraker, Thirty Helens, and The Filthy Radicals.

If physical copies are more your thing, you can order the split on vinyl right here.



Unknown Records release four way split with Big Brother, Adelleda, The Worst, and The Filthy Radicals

Unknown Records recently released a four way split featuring two songs from each of four bands including Big Brother, Adelleda, The Worst and The Filthy Radicals.

Give it a listen below.

The album is called Partners In Crime and was released on August 2nd. 2016.



The Filthy Radicals stream new album “Cloak And Stagger”

Toronto’s reggae-infused ska core unit, The Filthy Radicals, are now streaming their newly released album Cloak And Stagger in its entirety. You can check it out below and get it on Bandcamp.

Cloak and Stagger is the follow-up to the group’s 2013 4-song 7″ Life or Debt. 



The Filthy Radicals (ska-core) stream new song “Barfly” off upcoming album “Cloak and Stagger”

Toronto ska-core band The Filthy Radicals are streaming a brand new track called “Barfly.” It is the 3rd track on their upcoming album Cloak and Stagger and is the second song that the band will stream, with one coming every Friday until the release on June 11th, 2016. This is dirty, classic ska-core in the simplest terms. You can listen to it for yourself below.

Cloak and Stagger will serve as a follow-up to the group’s 2013 4-song 7″ Life or Debt. 



December’s Hidden Gems of Bandcamp: Part II

The Rotten Blue Menace

As promised, we’re back with our second installment of December’s Hidden Gems of Bandcamp! Our website combers have been duly punished for bringing back such expensive offerings for our first list. As penance, they were sent back to scour the site again for more wallet friendly selections. Needless to say, they weren’t too pleased with having to do additional work this close to the holidays and that frustration shows a little in their choices (Good! Use your aggressive feelings, boy. Let the hate flow through you!). This bonus list is probably the hardest, dirtiest, punk-est, grittiest list so far. Pretty much exactly what we wanted to round out our inaugural year of Hidden Gems! So….guess the joke’s on them!

From all of us here at Dying Scene, we hope you have a very Merry Christmas/Happy Hanukkah/Jubilant Kwanzaa/Fantastic Festivus/Brilliant Boxing Day and safe and Happy New Year. Thanks for reading and we can’t wait to see you in the pit in 2016! Enjoy our bonus edition of December’s Hidden Gems of Bandcamp below!



Free Song Download: The Filthy Radicals (punk) – “Life Or Debt”

Ontario skacore act The Filhty Radicals have just released a brand new song for free download.  It’s called “Life Or Debt” and doesn’t have much evidence of ska but it’s certainly punk rock.  You can stream or download it here.

The song will appear on a 7-inch of the same name featuring 4 new songs due out May 8th.