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Music Video: SHADOWS – “Into The Line”

Japanese post-hardcore band SHADOWS have premiered a music video for their new track “Into The Line.” You can check it out below.

“Into The Line” is taken from the band’s recently released debut album “Illuminate,” which was released today on April 26 via Maximum-10 Records. The band is set to tour across Japan in support of their debut album, beginning on May 11, you can find tour dates and locations below the video.



Petrol Girls (punk, UK) stream video for “Touch Me Again”

The UK’s Petrol Girls are streaming a video for their track “Touch Me Again”. The tune appears on the band’s latest album, Talk Of Violence, released in November, 2017. 

You can check out the video below. Enjoy.



Isis release “Live VII 02​.​25​.​10”

The now defunct Bostonian noise merchants Isis have released “Live VII 02​.​25​.​10”. The 9 track, full-live-set album was recorded on the band’s last Australian Tour in 2010. The full length is out now on Ipecac Recordings.

You can have a listen below.



No Omega stream new album “Culture”

Swedish hardcore exports No Omega are streaming new album “Culture” ahead of the release on May 5th. The 12 song affair is out on Dog Knights Productions and Evil Greed, with vinyl and CD versions up for pre-order now on Bandcamp.

You can listen to the album below.



Everyday Sidekicks release music video for “Bury Your Friends”

UK post-hardcore band Everyday Sidekicks have released a music video for “Bury Your Friends”, which appears on their new EP Hope. Check it out below.

Hope came out on March 31st. The 5-song EP is available to stream on Bandcamp.



DS Exclusive: Technicians Premiere “Funk/Spring” Off of Upcoming Debut LP “Now That We’re Home”

Forming near the end of the Bush era, Washington, DC’s politically charged melodic hardcore act Technicians have never been afraid of voicing their anger towards the administration with their passionate anti-war stance often a theme in their writing. Now, it seems they have a new target in our Nation’s Capitol to direct their frustrations at and their debut LP, Now That We’re Home (due out April 14th) is the culmination of that ire. Fully recorded in 2015, the quartet was  unhappy with the result and decided to start from scratch, re-recorded it themselves. In addition to the incredible cover art, the album features well written, topical songs, shredding guitars and unique, gut rumbling bass riffs. Stream it, exclusively here at Dying Scene, below!

FFO: Tool; Fugazi; At The Drive-In



Valley (post-hardcore) streams new album “Dark Tears // Bright Smiles”

For fans of earthly tones and dimensional hardcore ambience, the release of “Dark Tears// Bright Smiles” from Brussels, Belgium’s own, Valley brings a new twist to atmospheric riffs and wonderfully tormented vocals that are remarkably transportational. The 8 song EP speaks to a level of emotionality through not only vocals but also the riffs, drum lines, and bass tracks which combine in each song to travel in a world away from any other; focusing on a stream of consciousness-like consistency to bring the listener to their own state of being.

Stream “Dark Tears// Bright Smiles” below!



At The Drive In release video for new track “Hostage Stamps”

At The Drive In have released a video for new track “Hostage Stamps”. The song is from their first new album in 17 years, “in•ter a•li•a”, out on May 5th. The album is out on Rise Records; it is the first since “Relationship of Command” in 2000.

You can watch the video below.



Music Video: Goddamnit – “A Steady Diet of Sugar”

Philly punks Goddamnit have released a music video for their song “A Steady Diet of Sugar”, which you can check out below.

“A Steady Diet of Sugar” is taken from Goddamnit’s recent album I’m Not Okay, I’ll Never Be the Same, which was released earlier this month (March 3rd) via Jump Start Records.



No Omega stream new song “Safe” from upcoming album “CULTURE”

Stockholm, Sweden-based post hardcore outfit No Omega are currently streaming a new track titled “Safe” via their Bandcamp page. You can listen below.

The track comes from the band’s upcoming album, titled “CULTURE.” The album is set to be released through Dog Knights Productions, and pre-orders will be available on Thursday.



Everyday Sidekicks (UK Post-Hardcore) stream new EP “Hope”

Bristol UK post-hardcore act Everyday Sidekicks are streaming their upcoming EP Hope in its entirety.

You can give it a listen below.

Hope is set to be released on March 31st, 2017.



Music Video: Goddamnit – “Letterbox”

Philly punks Goddamnit have released a music video for their song “Letterbox”, which you can check out below.

“Letterbox” is taken from Goddamnit’s recent album I’m Not Okay, I’ll Never Be the Same, which was released last week (March 3rd) via Jump Start Records.



Music Video: SHADOWS (Post-Hardcore) – “Chain Reaction”

Japanese post-hardcore band SHADOWS have premiered a music video for their new track “Chain Reaction.” You can check it out below.

“Chain Reaction” comes from the band’s upcoming single release, bundled with another new track titled “All I Want.” The single was released today, the 8th of March, and will be followed by the band’s first full length album on April 26 via Maximum-10 Records. You can find more information on the single and album releases below the video.



Full Album Stream: Goddamnit – “I’ll Never Be Okay, I’ll Never Be The Same”

A couple of days in front of the release of their upcoming full-length, “I’m Not Okay, I’ll Never Be The Same,” Philly punks Goddamnit are streaming that very album in its entirety. Check it out here, kids!

“I’m Not Okay, I’ll Never Be The Same” is due out this Friday (March 3rd) on Jump Start Records, and serves as the follow-up to their 2014 debut full-length, “How To Take The Burn.”



At the Drive In announce new album, stream new song

Post-hardcore veterans At The Drive In have announced that they will release their first new album in 17 years, in•ter a•li•a, on May 5th.  In the meantime, you can preview the track “Incurably Innocent” in a lyric video below.

The highly-anticipated album will be released on Rise Records, and it will be the first since Relationship of Command came out back in 2000.