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Bridges to Nowhere streaming new song “Nothing” off upcoming album “Everything I Thought I Knew”

Spanish rock act Bridges to Nowhere are streaming a new song called “Nothing” off their upcoming album “Everything I Thought I Knew.”

You can stream it below.

The record is due out later this year.



Modern Baseball headed on tour with PUP and Three Man Cannon

Philadelphia four-piece Modern Baseball are going on a short romp through the UK and Germany (with a stop in Netherlands) with PUP and Three Man Cannon. Check out the April tour dates and locations, along with the lovely tour poster below.

Modern Baseball last released an EP, MOBO Presents: The Perfect Cast EP featuring Modern Baseball in October. They plan to release their third LP, Holy Ghost, sometime this year. PUP last released their self-titled debut back in 2013 (Canada) / 2014 (worldwide).



Saosin sign to Epitaph, announce very first album with Anthony Green

Southern California’s Saosin have announced that they are now signed to Epitaph Records, and released a teaser for their long-awaited new album, which can be viewed below. The new album will not only be Saosin’s first one since 2009′s In Search of Solid Ground, but it will be the band’s first album with original vocalist Anthony Green, who was in the band in 2003–2004, but just recently rejoined. About the new record, Green stated:

“Making this record was such a sentimental thing for me. You can literally hear us making amends with each other while lamenting on our experiences together. It was very healing and cathartic, and might be the heaviest thing I’ve been a part of since the first EP.”

Bassist Chris Sorenson also commented on Saosin’s decision to sign to Epitaph, “We have known Brett Gurewitz/Epitaph was interested since our second show in 2003 but the timing wasn’t right. I am stoked to see our almost 13 year courtship come full circle in 2016. We’ve been working on the idea of recording a new Saosin record with Anthony since 2010. It’s great to be back, playing gigs, and writing the music we never had the chance to write from the beginning.”



Violent Soho stream new song “Viceroy”

Australian rockers Violent Soho have premiered a new song titled “Viceroy,” which will be appearing on their upcoming album Waco.

You can give the track a listen below.

Waco is set to release on March 18th through SideOneDummy Records. Pre-orders for the album, which will be the band’s first since 2014′s Holy Ghost, are available here.



New Music: Ship Thieves (formerly Chris Wollard + The Ship Thieves) – “Undertakers”

If it’s a great secret to you that Ship Thieves (members of Hot Water Music & Samiam, previously known as Chris Wollard And The Ship Thieves) have a new album due out this week, you’re doing this whole “life” thing wrong. The band have released another track from said album, and it’s called “Undertaker,” and it’s probably my favorite track on the album. Check it out here.

The band’s third full length (or their first one, depending on how you look at it) is called “No Anchor,” and it’s due out in about 36 hours (January 29th) on No Idea Records. You can still pre-order a copy right here.



New Episode of Dying Scene Radio – Pickles speaks with John Holmstrom (founder/Punk magazine) at Howl! Arts, NYC during the zine’s 40th anniversary exhibit

On this 40th episode of Dying Scene RadioBobby Pickles speaks with John Holmstrom (founding editor/Punk magazine) at Howl! Happening: An Arturo Vega Project (located on the Lower East Side, NYC) during the 40th anniversary exhibition of his pioneering publication. Watch the full video interview HERE! Also, Elena Venetia is back after a bit of a hiatus as she joins Bobby “in-studio” to co-host this week’s show. TONE LO-KI joins the conversation, too. FUN FACT: Don’t step on PEARS or your shoes’ll turn to apple sauce!

DISCLAIMER: Dying Scene Radio is not for the overly sensitive. If you’re easily offended by political incorrectness, curse words or sarcasm, then what are you doing listening to a punk rock podcast anyway?! All of the tracks spun and headlines reported on herein are sourced from Dying Scene, but not all of the views and opinions expressed by Bobby Pickles or guests are shared by Dying Scene.

With special commentary from Pittsburgh, PA’s No Person, and Italian punks LATTE+.

Hear all the incessant blathering and latest new music and headlines, below.

THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST
Violent Femmes – Memory
No Person – The Cleavers Go Cutthroat
Safe and Sound – Dream
Silver Snakes- Glass
Weezer – King of the World
LATTE+ – It’s OK for Us
The Casualties – Chaos Sound
Ship Thieves – Born into This
Basement – Aquasun
King Prawn – Smoke That Shit
Interview w/ John Holmstrom (founder/Punk magazine)
Megadeth – Dystopia
River Oaks – Let You Down
Love Is a Fist – We Want Justice
Piffbreak Arcade – Road Rage
The Lucky Eejits- East Bay Ratz
Ignite- You Saved Me
Gameday Regulars – Pale Reflections
The Phenomenauts – I’m With Neil
Lionheart – Pain
Letdown- I’m Not Complex, I’m Just From One
Cables and Arms- Hang the Moon
FORGETABOUTIT – Compete Or Die



Lions Lions release new music video “Winter”

Post-hardcore act Lions Lions have just released a music video for their track “Winter”. Check it out below.

The track was released as a single last December.



Decent Criminal streaming new self-titled LP

Santa Rosa rockers Decent Criminal are streaming their new self-titled LP on For the Love of Punk.

Check it out here.

Decent Criminal’s self-titled LP was released Jan, 22, 2016 and is available in vinyl, digital and cassette versions here.



SideOneDummy announce sale ahead of Brian Fallon solo album release

SideOneDummy records have announced reductions on all things Brian Fallon this week with everything related to The Gaslight Anthem/The Horrible Crowes enjoying reductions. The merch sale comes just over a month before the expected release date  Fallon’s solo album “Painkillers” and is a generous way to help promote the artist.

You can check out the selection here.



The Dollyrots (pop-punk) announce online shows to coincide with new album

Female-fronted, bubble-gum punkers The Dollyrots have announced that they will be performing an online exclusive gig this coming Wednesday to help promote their new record “Mama’s Gonna Knock You Out” (due for release 01/29/16). The show will take place at 5pm Eastern time on Wednesday 27th and tickets are available from the StageIt website and are pay-what-you-feel.

It looks to be an exciting start to 2016 for The Dollyrots as along with the release and online show the band will also join pop-punk juggernauts Bowling For Soup on their February stint around the UK, dates for which can be found below.



Stream long lost Blag Dahlia (The Dwarves) “glam rock” side project release “Penetration Moon”

OK, so it took some digging to figure this all out but apparently Blag Dahlia, frontman of The Dwarves, had a “glam rock” side project 25 years ago called Penetration Moon that he also sang vocals for. The band only officially released one single back in 1991 but apparently had recorded an entire album’s worth of Blag originals and covers (GG Allin, Bo Carter and a bunch more I couldn’t place). For some unspecified reason these recordings were never officially released… until now.

Burger Records is releasing the album on vinyl and you can pick it up digitally on bandcamp. I gotta say, this album kinda rips! Stream it in full below.



Unwritten Law announce new album “Acoustic”

SoCal rockers Unwritten Law have announced that they will be releasing an acoustic album on April 1st, 2016. The album will include 2 new songs and acoustic renditions of various fan favourites. They will re-record songs from the albums Unwritten Law, Elva, Here’s To The Mourning, Swan, and, The Hit List to make up this new 13-track album. This will also include a cover of John Legend’s “Heartbreaker”. You can check out a full track-list for this upcoming release below. The band will also be embarking on a U.S tour this spring with Fenix TX, see all the dates and locations below.

Acoustic will be released through Cyber Tracks and will follow-up the band’s 2011 album Swan. 



Brian Fallon details upcoming album ‘Painkillers’, launches pre-orders and shares snippet of new song “Nobody Wins”

Brian Fallon (Who you probably know from The Gaslight AnthemThe Horrible Crowes, and/or Molly and the Zombies) has released some details regarding his upcoming solo LP, Painkillers. You can check out the album art, the track list, and a clip from a new song titled “Nobody Wins” below.

Fallon also launched pre-order bundles for Painkillers, all of which you can find here. He previously released a stream of a new song titled “A Wonderful Life,” which you can listen to here.

Painkillers will be released on March 11, 2016 through Island Records.



The Smith Street Band announce North American tour with Hard Girls

The Smith Street Band have announced that they will be heading out on a North American tour this spring, and that they’ll be bringing Hard Girls along for the entire ride. Supporting acts on the tour include Diners, Worriers, Signals Midwest, and Lee Corey Oswald on select dates.

You can check out the tour dates and locations below.

The Smith Street Band released a 7-inch titled “I Scare Myself Sometimes” on August 24, 2015 as a follow up to their 2014 debut album, Throw Me in the River. Hard Girls released their second album, A Thousand Surfaces, on June 24, 2014.



Scottish indie punks Watchfires announce charity single to benefit local flood-hit communities

Scottish indie punks Watchfires are set to release “Let the Walls Speak Our Names,” a new single through indie label Struck Dum Records with all proceeds going to The Scottish Flood Foundation to help with the ongoing fight against the flood damage that has been caused by the recent bad weather in Scotland. Ewan Donald of Watchfires said:

“As a band we have all been moved by footage of the flooding that has severely affected many parts of the country. Witnessing the destruction in areas close to our hearts spurred us into doing something to try and bring assistance to those affected by the severe weather. We want to help, even in some small way, to lessen the impact on local communities”

You can buy the single here and you can stream the main track below.