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Dying Scene Radio – Episode 5 – Band Spotlight: Decent Criminal (Bonus Interview w/ Shibby Pictures Founder, Jak Kerley)

It took longer than normal, but Episode Five of the new and improved Dying Scene Radio is finally here! Since the boys took so long to get us new shit, we made them pull double duty. So, jam those buds into your ears and check out the latest installment of DSR, featuring interviews with Northern California phenoms, Decent Criminal and Mr. Jak Kerley of Shibby Pictures at the Los Angeles screening of his newest documentary Baseball Punx. All of that plus, scene news, super rad music from emerging punk acts and as always, plenty of bullshitting (does AP call the lead singer of The Lawrence Arms, Brandon?). Git ta listenin’, below!



Great Collapse (Strike Anywhere, Rise Against, Death by Stereo) stream new album “Neither Washington Nor Moscow…Again!”

Great Collapse is streaming their new album “Neither Washington nor Moscow… Again!” in its entirety.  Give it a listen below!

The band includes members of Strike Anywhere, Rise Against, Death by Stereo, and Set Your Goals, and it definitely shows in their sound and writing.

“Neither Washington nor Moscow… Again!” was released on January 26th.



Great Collapse (Strike Anywhere, Rise Against, Death by Stereo) stream new track from upcoming album

Great Collapse is streaming a new track from their upcoming album, “Neither Washington nor Moscow… Again!”

The band includes members of Strike Anywhere, Rise Against, Death by Stereo, and Set Your Goals, and it definitely shows in their sound and writing.

You can check out the new song, “Atomic Calendar,” along with a couple others in the stream below. You can pre-order the album at bandcamp. The album will be released next Friday, January 26th.



Great Collapse stream new song “Meltdown!”

California punk supergroup Great Collapse are streaming another track off their upcoming album Neither Washington Nor Moscow… Again!. You can give “Meltdown!” a listen below.

For the uninitiated, Great Collapse is fronted by Strike Anywhere singer Thomas Barnett, and also features former members of bands such as Rise AgainstSet Your Goals, and Death By Stereo.

The band’s new album is due out on January 26th, 2018 through End Hits Records. They will be touring the UK in support of the release.



Great Collapse (Strike Anywhere, Rise Against, etc.) announce new LP, stream single

California punk supergroup Great Collapse will be releasing a new album on End Hits Records. The LP titled Neither Washington Nor Moscow… Again! is due out January 26th, 2018. Immediately following the release, the band will embark on a European tour.

Give the album’s first single “Southern Exorcism” a listen and check out the tour dates below.

For the uninitiated, Great Collapse is fronted by Strike Anywhere singer Thomas Barnett, and also features former members of bands such as Rise AgainstSet Your Goals, and Death By Stereo. Their debut album Holy War was released in 2015.



Great Collapse (members of Strike Anywhere, Rise Against) streaming new split with Threads

Great Collapse (the brainchild of Strike Anywhere singer Thomas Barnett with former members of Rise AgainstSet Your GoalsLove Equals Death, and Death By Stereo) are streaming their new split with Virgina hardcore act Threads.

You can check it out here.

The split will be released on January 29, 2016 through Broken Rim Records. Great Collapse’s newest album Holy War dropped October 2, 2015 via End Hits Records

 



DS Staff Picks – Dying Scene Founder Johnny X’s Top 10 Punk Albums of 2015

Sup punk fans. I’m Dave and I founded this here website 6 or 7 years ago. Some of you might recognize me by my pen name Johnny X. I won’t waste your time telling you about the trials and tribulations of 2015 or how much the punk scene means to me. That’s not why you’re here. You’re here because you’re curious what an a-hole like me might have selected for his Top 10 Releases of 2015. You want to know if any of my selections overlap with your own or if you’ll discover an unknown gem or two. Well, find my list below, and I encourage you to stream tracks as you go.



Great Collapse and Threads announce split 7-inch

Pretty cool split coming early next year. The split features two tracks from Great Collapse (the brainchild of Strike Anywhere singer Thomas Barnett with former members of Rise AgainstSet Your GoalsLove Equals Death, and Death By Stereo), followed by three tracks from Threads.

You can stream the first track by Great Collapse, “Criminal Class,” right here. Pre-orders for the split, which is slated for release on January 29th, are available right here.



Great Collapse stream new album “Holy War”

Great Collapse (the brainchild of Strike Anywhere singer Thomas Barnett with former members of Rise AgainstSet Your Goals, Love Equals Death, and Death By Stereo) are streaming their new album Holy War in its entirety.  You can give it a listen here.

Holy War is set to drop October 2, 2015 via End Hits Records. To support the record, Great Collapse will embark on a European tour with BoysetsfireSilversteinRefused, Rise Against, Matt Davies and Antillectual; the dates can be found here.



Great Collapse stream new song “Break In Case of Emergency”

Great Collapse (the brainchild of Strike Anywhere singer Thomas Barnett with former members of Rise AgainstSet Your Goals, Love Equals Death, and Death By Stereo) are streaming a new song titled “Break In Case of Emergency”. The song will appear on the band’s upcoming full length, Holy War, and you can listen below.

Holy War is set to drop October 2, 2015 via End Hits Records. To support the record, Great Collapse will embark on a European tour with BoysetsfireSilversteinRefused, Rise Against, Matt Davies and Antillectual; the dates can be found here.



Great Collapse (members of Strike Anywhere, Rise Against, etc.) announce debut full-length “Holy War”, stream new song

Imagine this… Comeback Kid, Rise Against, Set Your Goals, and Strike Anywhere members form a band. Now imagine that they have announced their first full length album.

If you haven’t heard of them before, be prepared to have your mind blown. Great Collapse is a punk band started by Strike Anywhere singer Thomas Barnett with members of Rise Against, Set Your Goals and Comeback Kid (WHAT?!) and I honestly don’t know how that could be any more stacked.

The band is streaming a new song titled “New Abolition” off of their upcoming debut full-length “Holy War” and you can listen to it below. The album is set to drop October 2nd and to support it, they have also announced a European tour with Boysetsfire, Silverstein, Refused, Rise Against, Matt Davies and Antillectual; the dates can also been found below.

“Holy War” is Great Collapse’s latest release since their debut EP “Elemental,” which came out in early 2014. 



Great Collapse (members of Strike Anywhere, Rise Against, etc.) stream new song “Civic Disassociation”

Great Collapse, the new punk band started by Strike Anywhere singer Thomas Barnett with members of Rise AgainstSet Your Goals and Comeback Kid, is streaming another new song off their debut EP entitled “Elemental”.

The tune is called “Civic Disassociation” and you can give it a listen below.

“Elemental” is available worldwide on Interpunk.



Great Collapse (members of Strike Anywhere, Rise Against, etc.) stream new song “Sweet Paranoia

Great Collapse, the new punk band started by Strike Anywhere singer Thomas Barnett with members of Rise Against, Set Your Goals and Comeback Kid, is streaming another new song off their debut EP entitled “Elemental”.  The tune is called “Sweet Paranoia” and you can give it a listen below.

“Elemental” is available worldwide on Interpunk.



Great Collapse (members of Strike Anywhere, Rise Against, etc.) release debut EP “Elemental” worldwide

Strike Anywhere singer Thomas Barnett recently started a new band with members of Rise Against, Set Your Goals and Comeback Kid. The band is called Great Collapse and they released their debut EP entitled “Elemental” at their first show in California.

Now that EP is available worldwide and you can purchase it on Interpunk!

If you wanna give some of the band’s music a listen before picking up a copy of “Elemental,” head over here to stream the first track off the release.



A Week In Punk: This Week’s Biggest Stories Recapped (2/23/14)

 

A WORD FROM OUR HEAD HONCHO:

Before we get started I’ll tell you that I’m listening to a melodic punk band from Belgium called Flatcat.  Until 10 minutes ago I wasn’t aware of their existence but I was sucked in by their song “Newborn Sun” and 3 songs later I’m still pretty impressed.  But I digress.  What I really want to talk about is this new punk band fronted by Thomas Barnett of Strike Anywhere and supported by members of Comeback Kid and Rise Against.  This hardcore-punk dream team is called Great Collapse and my enthusiasm for hearing Thomas behind the mic again was tempered only slightly by my concern for what this means for the future of Strike Anywhere.  Don’t worry, I’ve already shot a review request over to the band so we can get to the bottom of things ASAP.  Stay tuned, and in the meantime, give Great Collapse’s first streaming song a listen here (my 2 cents:  It’s good but maybe a little too long, and doesn’t really sound much different than Strike Anywhere – was sorta expecting something maybe a little more hardcore focused). – Johnny X

THIS WEEK’S TOP STORIES

Here’s what you missed, what you ignored and what you’re sick of reading about. 

1. The memory of Tony Sly will live on forever because Kevin J Wells is writing a book about the departed singer.

2. Strike Anywhere’s Thomas Barnett has formed a super group with members of Comeback Kid and Rise Against. But do they have capes?

3. I hope you’re ready to visit wonderful, exotic SLOVENIA. Because their Punk Rock Holiday lineup for this year is bitchin’.

4. There is a recital in the works that’s going to be a tribute to Southern California’s punk bands which actually looks super cool. See you nerds there.

5. Two former members of Pussy Riot were detained in Russia because something was apparently stolen from somewhere in their hotel. Putin, you are such a douche.

6. Emmure is getting hella sued by their former guitar player over some song called, “Bring A Gun To School.” In other news, I am suing all of them over such a stupid song title.

7. Warped Tour continues the promise of being a total suck fest. Guys, it’s not even fun after you turn, like, 19. It’s just sunburns and sweaty little weirdos with bad haircuts. We were the sweaty little weirdos once. Now we’re the jerks who stand at the back of the venue.

8. Joey Cape has given Lagwagon’s new album an expected release date of October, 2014. Which is totally around the corner.

9. Travis Barker’s eloquent and articulate (HAH!) is due out June 24. That’s rude of me. I bet he’s a smart guy. I really shouldn’t judge a book by it’s cover. (HAAAH!)

10. This year’s Musink Festival announced its lineup will include Descendents, Transplants and Gorillar Biscuits. All I care about is Descendents and that the festival is a ten minute walk from my house. Bring on the overpriced beer.

DYING SCENE EXCLUSIVE STREAMS

The Hex Bombs – Everything Earned

The Hex Bombs’ new album is scheduled to drop on April 15, but we’ve got it here first. They’ve got a Dropkick Murphys vibe and make you want to slam into each other at full speed. Everything Earned is up for pre-order now and you can check out the band on tour next month.

Guerrilla Monsoon – Guerrilla Monsoon EP

The UK act is streaming their five-song EP before it hits your mailbox on March 10. For fans of Title Fight, Joyce Manor, etc.

The Shell Corporation – “Trust Us”

“Trust Us” is off the band’s upcoming album, Mandrake, due out on vinyl April 1. Mandrake will serve as a follow-up to Time & Pressure, which was released back in 2012. The Shell Corporation will be on tour next month.

ALBUM REVIEWS

Life In Vacuum – 5

“This record hits and hits very hard so grasp its essence because there’s something unique and crafty here that plays off every fiber of you.”

The Hotelier – Home Like Noplace Is There

“What’s more fitting is that The Hotel Year, in their new name, seem more mature and wise. The music is on a sage-like level and it’s as potent as they could have dreamed of, I’m sure. There’s too much diversity here to miss. Grab it.

Modern Baseball – You’re Gonna Miss It All

“You’re Gonna Miss It All is a great album that bleeds relatability through detail and personality. Modern Baseball mine the minutiae of millennial life for their music, and in doing so they bring to light a lot of things we’d never consider, but remain enveloped in.”

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