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The Menzingers debut new video for ‘After The Party’

Absolute lookers The Menzingers premiered a new video for their song ‘After The Party’. It’s of course the title track from the bands’ latest album (which we absolutely loved). Head down below to watch the video.

The Menzingers are currently on tour in the States in support of After the Party, with Jeff Rosenstock and Rozwell Kid. They’ll be heading out to Europe and UK with The Flatliners and The Dirty Nil later this spring.



Fat Wreck Chords and Dine Alone team up to release The Dirty Nil’s “Minimum R+B”

Didn’t see this one coming, that’s for sure!

Canadian punk rock trio The Dirty Nil have announced plans for a new release, “Minimum R&B.” It’s comprised of eleven tracks from the band’s back catalog, including one song that’s heretofore never been released. In a cool twist, the album is being released by the mighty Fat Wreck Chords in the States, with The Dirty Nil’s label, Dine Alone Records, taking care of the worldwide release. It’s due out April 28th; pre-orders will be available soon, so stay tuned.

Head below to check out the tracklisting for “Minimum R&B,” plus the full rundown of The Dirty Nil’s upcoming Canadian and European tour dates, alongside bands like The Menzingers, The Flatliners, and Billy Talent.

The Dirty Nil released their debut full length, “Higher Power,” through Dine Alone last year, and released a 7-inch (“Cinnamon”/”Guided By Vices”) on Fat back in 2014!



Episode 55 – Such Gold, The Dirty Nil, Djordje Stijepovic/Tiger Army | Dying Scene Radio

This week on Dying Scene RadioElena Venetia joins Bobby Pickles and cohort, Piazza, Live In-Studio at the FAT ENZO factory in West Palm Beach, Florida. BAND SPOTLIGHTS Include two interviews by Elena Venetia from Riot Fest Chicago, one with Canadian rock n’ rollers, The Dirty Nil, and the other with world renowned slap bassist Djordje Stijepovic (Tiger Army), and AnarchoPunk interviews New York melodic hardcore band, Such Cold, in Lancaster (again), California.

THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST
PUP – Sleep in the Heat
Rancid – Silence Is the Only Rule
Pulley – Different
SWMRS – Palm Trees
Interview w/ Such Gold
Such Gold – Frying in the Mix
Descendents – On Paper
Jonesy – (I Just Wanna) Cum On Your Face
Green Day – Still Breathing
Death By Stereo – I Think About Killing You Everyday
Anti-Flag – Without End
Pseudo – Slump (Rink-a-Dink)
F.O.D. – American
The Menzingers – Bad Catholics
Fights and Fires – Take A Swing At The World
Shore Leave – Redneck Rodeo
Interview w/ The Dirty Nil
The Dirty Nil – Bury Me at the Rodeo
The Attack – Betting Man
Nothington – Cobblestones
Direct Hit! – Villain Alcoholic
Good Friend – Young Blood
Our Darkest Days (feat. Denis Buckley/88 Fingers Louie) – Time Has Come
Altitude – Clincher
Chesty Malone and the Slice ‘Em Ups – I Look Like Hell
The Decline – Can’t Have Both
Not Tonight And The Headaches – She’s With You
Greg Graffin – Lincoln’s Funeral Train
Interview w/ Djordje Stijepovic
Tiger Army – In The Morning Light
NGHTCRWLRS – Coffee and Weed
Brutal Youth – Hostile Work Environment
Raincheck – Overflow

Listen to all the latest music and headlines below.



The Dirty Nil release “Friends in the Sky” music video

The Dirty Nil have released a music video for their song “Friends in the Sky,” and you can check it out below.

The track is taken from the band’s debut full-length Higher Power, which released on February 26th, 2016 through Dine Alone Records.



New Video: The Dirty Nil – “Zombie Eyed”

The Dirty Nil have unveiled a pretty awesome new video for the track “Zombie Eyed.” The clip starts off with a rather startling bang, and takes a few more startling (and kinda awesomely gross) turns. Check it out below.

“Zombie Eyed” appears on the band’s full length Higher Power, which was released February 26th, 2016 via Dine Alone Records.



Album Review: The Dirty Nil – “Higher Power”

The Dirty Nil may or may not play punk– it’s the slugline of a pedantic argument that obfuscates the fact that punk fans of any ilk will probably like them either way. Calling your band punk, in a world where pure rock ‘n roll and garage rock are inimitably more marketable is a faux pas of colossal variety. The Dirty Nil might not have the same set of influences, and they may not care to be a part of the community, but from whatever roads they took to get there, they ended up in the same place. Their music is punctuated with loud and heavy guitars, vocals shouted at the edge of hoarseness, with enough melody to stick in your head after the two-and-a-half-minutes are up. Whatever they want to call themselves, their music is punk rock by the books.

They’ve released an EP on Fat, and now are making their full-length debut with Higher Power, a title that combined with the band’s overt rock worship, can be taken as a sort reverential testament to the place of powerful, raucous music in one’s life. It’s laid out in the first track “No Weaknesses” both musically and lyrically. Thick chords give way to hints of twang, all fronted by plaintive yell-singing that calls back, in the absolute best way, to the 70’s hey-day of punk rock, where bands from all over the world thrashed chords and attacked the mic with whatever they had in their voice box.

Grunge rears its head on the second track, “Zombie Eyed.” It’s mid-tempo and heavy, like Nirvana and Dinosaur Jr., paired with a whimsical riff that makes the whole thing feel self aware. That’s a line thatHigher Power skips across, over, and under through its duration– the question of authenticity and earnestness painted in a blue cloud as vivid as its album art. At times, the music seems to be a treatise on commenting and incorporating as much of rock music history into a single conclusive sound as possible. “Lowlives” and “Fugue State” cover hardcore in this respect, and does so with respectful vigor. For a band that doesn’t want to sully their name with punk, they play it with remarkable reverence.

There’s nothing wrong with the way the Dirty Nil choose to market themselves. They play powerful rock music and for most anyone who cares for such a thing over scene politics, that’ll be more than enough. Higher Power is an album held together by the notion that music can be a universal unifier– the end result being a curated mixtape of sonic aggression.

4/5



Music Video: The Dirty Nil – “Wrestle Yü To Hüsker Dü”

The Dirty Nil have released a video for their song “Wrestle Yü To Hüsker Dü.” Guitarist / vocalist Luke Bentham says of the video:

“12 broken video cameras + illegal smoke bombs in confined spaces = The Dirty Nil live experience, captured for you in glorious VHS format,”

You can watch the video below.

The song appeared on the band’s debut full length Higher Power, which was released on February 26th, 2016 via Dine Alone Records.



The Dirty Nil perform “Zombie Eyed” for Little Elephant

The Dirty Nil have released a video of them playing their new single “Zombie Eyed” which was recorded live at the Little Elephant in Toledo, Ohio. You can watch the video below.

“Zombie Eyed” will appear on the band’s upcoming full length Higher Power, which is set to be released February 26th, 2016 via Dine Alone Records.

The Dirty Nil released “Cinnamon b/w Guided by Vices” on Fat Wreck Chords in August 2014.



The Dirty Nil release live video for cover of Fugazi’s “Provisional”

Canadian punk rock trio The Dirty Nil have released a video of their cover version of Fugazi‘s “Provisional”, which was recorded live at the Little Elephant in Toledo, Ohio. You can watch the video below.

The original version of “Provisional” is taken from Fugazi’s classic 1989 EP Margin Walker, while The Dirty Nil’s version is taken from their 7″ No Weaknesses, which released last October.

The band will release their new album Higher Power next month on Dine Alone Records.



Restorations announce tour with Creepoid and The Dirty Nil

Philadelphia rockers Restorations have announced an upcoming US tour with support from Creepoid and The Dirty Nil.

Check out all the dates and locations below.

Restorations last released LP3 in 2014 on SideOneDummy Records.  Creepoid last released Cemetery Highrise Slum on June 23, 2015 via Collect Records.  The Dirty Nil last released a 2-song 7″ in August of 2014 through Fat Wreck Chords.



The Dirty Nil stream new track “Zombie Eyed”

Canadian punk rock trio The Dirty Nil are streaming the song “Zombie eyed” off of their upcoming full length “Higher Power”, you can stream the track below.

The song drips with their punk energy mixed with their 90’s alternative sensibilities. “Higher Power” is set to be released February 26th, 2015 via Dine Alone Records.

The Dirty Nil released “Cinnamon b/w Guided by Vices” on Fat Wreck Chords in August 2014



Music Video: The Dirty Nil – “No Weaknesses”

Canadian rock and rollers The Dirty Nil have released a new video for their song “No Weaknesses,” and you can check it out here.

“No Weaknesses” comes from the band’s upcoming debut full length Higher Power, which is set to be released on February 26h via Dine Alone Records. The band last released a 2-song 7″ in August of 2014 through Fat Wreck Chords.



The Dirty Nil stream cover of Fugazi’s “Provisional”

Canadian rock and rollers The Dirty Nil are now streaming their cover of Fugazi’s song “Provisional” (originally released in 1989). The cover is part of a previously announced 7″ called No Weakness that they just released digitally via Dine Alone Records. The release also includes the title track “No Weakness”. You can take a listen to both songs below and can also pre-order the physical copy here.

The band is planning to release their first full-length in early 2016 through Dine Alone. They last released a 2-song 7″ in August of 2014 through Fat Wreck Chords.



The Dirty Nil release new track “No Weaknesses”

Canadian rockers The Dirty Nil are giving fans a preview of their new 7″ with the release of the track “No Weaknesses,” and you can check it out here.  The song will be featured on the A-side of the 7″, and you’ll be able to find a cover of Fugazi’s “Provisional” on the B-side.

The LP is coming out on November 6th, and the band has plans to release an album shortly thereafter.  Both will be released via Dine Alone Records.



Meat Wave streams new song, “Cosmic Zoo”

Chicago rockers Meat Wave are now streaming “Cosmic Zoo,” and you can check it out below.  The song appears on the band’s new album, Delusion Moon, which comes out September 18th.

Meat Wave will be playing Riot Fest in Chicago, and then they head out for a U.S. and U.K. tour with Canada’s The Dirty Nil.  You can find all of the dates below.