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New Episode of Dying Scene Radio featuring The Decline and The Jasons

This week on Dying Scene RadioBob Noxious and Bobby Pickles say “good morning” to Pat Decline, guitarist/lead singer of the Aussie punk act, The Decline, who’s on the line from the downunder, sporting a winter beanie cap and eating a Vegemite sandwich. Pat has difficulty skirting around certain topics, as his quick witted Kiwi sarcasm becomes no match for Bobby’s powerful pseudo-intellectual questioning. The two Bobs also speak with two Jasons, when the driveling duo welcomes guitarist/lead singer Jason V and bassist Jason 3D, half of the Crystal Lake, NJ horror-pop-punk band The Jasons. They’re four mongoloid brothers who enjoy pissing people off with their immature antics and playing pure Red-Blooded American Punk Rock. They may not sound exactly how you might think they would…but we’ll let you be the judge of that. Episode 22’s recurring theme: backslashes and throat slashes.

Hear all the raucous, shameful yet lighthearted prattling below.

New Video Premiere: “Of Mice And Men” by Chaos Delivery Machine

Hermosa Beach, CA punk trio Chaos Delivery Machine (featuring members of Pennywise and 98 Mute) has premiered a new video for their track “Of Mice And Men” (eat your heart out, Steinbeck!) off their highly anticipated upcoming sophomore album BURN MOTHERFUCKER, BURN, which is set to release next Friday, July 10th via Hardline Entertainment.

Check it out below.

Music Video: No Fun – “Ode an die Freude”

German garage/punk rock act No Fun have premiered a music video for their song ”Ode an die Freude”. You can watch the video below.

“Ode an die Freude” is taken from No Fun’s upcoming album How I Spent My Bummer Vacation, which is due for release on September 18th, 2015 via Concrete Jungle Records.

Video: Lifeline Lost (melodic hardcore) premiere video for “My Demise”

Finnish melodic hardcore act Lifeline Lost have released their first music video for the song “My Demise,” and you can check it out below.

The song is off of the band’s debut album, No Room for Hate, which came out earlier this year.

The Grizzly Band announces tour with Those Crosstown Rivals

Houston’s alt-country/punk act The Grizzly Band are hitting the road with Kentucky rockers Those Crosstown Rivals for a set of 9 shows across the Midwest and East this summer.  You can find all of the dates on the flier above.

The Grizzly Band most recently released their second full-length Lost and Found last summer via Altercation Records.



Allout Helter (melodic hardcore) stream new EP “Ruins”

Denver’s melodic punk band Allout Helter have released the follow-up to their 2013 debut album, Sinking, We Regress.  The new 6-track EP called Ruins is currently only available digitally (and you can pick it up here), but the band anticipates a vinyl issue in the near future.

If you want to check out Allout Helter’s version of thrashy, technical melodic hardcore, you can stream Ruins below.

Video: ALL plays “Breakin’ Up” live at Amnesia Rockfest

Colorado punks All played this year’s Amnesia Rockfest, which took place June 18th-21st in Montebello, Canada.  In case you missed it, you can watch All play “Breakin’ Up” below.

Tough Stuff (pop punk) stream new album

Orange County’s  Tough Stuff are streaming their new album, Let’s Move, a week ahead of its release date.  You can give it a listen here.  If you dig their skate/pop-punk sound, you can pick up the album a week from today via Too Far Gone Records.

Tough Stuff’s most recent release to date was an EP called College, which came out in 2013.

Lost Swimmer stream new album, announce tour dates

Kentucky punk act Lost Swimmer is now streaming their brand new full-length album, IWTSR, and you can check it out here.  The album, which stands for “I Want to Stop Running,” will be out on July 7th via Little Heart Records.

Lost Swimmer will be touring to support the new release, and you can find those tour dates below.

Although IWTSR is Lost Swimmer’s first full-length effort, the band has released a number of EPs, the most recent being Songs About Breathingback in January 2014. You can check them out over on their bandcamp.

The Scandals stream new version of “Sirens”

New Jersey punks The Scandals have released a new recording of their song “Sirens” which, according to the following quote from frontman Jared Hart, is about riots in Philadelphia following the Phillies’ 2008 World Series victory over my Tampa Bay Rays :(…

“This version of ‘Sirens’ is a new take on an older song. It’s a song that has been in the set since 2010 but I never thought the recording of it did the song justice. It’s about a long night spent in Philadelphia after the Phillies won the World Series. The city was turned upside down and I have pictures of some of the craziest things I’ve ever seen. Throw in some riot police and burning cars and you get a night that was memorable enough to put into song.”

The track is taken from the band’s upcoming split with Plow United, which is set to be released on July 7th via Artistic Integrity Records. You can give it a listen below.

Descendents return to studio to continue recording new album

According to a recent post on guitarist Stephen Egerton’s Instagram page, the Descendents back in the studio to continue recording their long-awaited new album, which has been in the works for quite some time now.

The currently untitled record will be the band’s first full-length in over a decade, serving as a follow-up to 2004′s Cool to Be You. No further details are available, but we’ll keep you posted as more info on the album comes to light.

The Misfits announce “Static Age” full-album tour, plans to release new single

Though they may have just parted ways with longtime guitarist Dez Cadena whose shoes will now be filled by Jerry Only’s son, the Misfits are showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon.

The band which should probably at this point be called “Jerry Only and Friend/Son” has just announced tours of the UK, US, and Russia on which they will be playing 1977 Static Age in its entirety.

And in addition to touring non-stop through the summer and fall, the band will also be releasing a new single titled “Zombie Girl” later this year. Oh, and the b-side of that 7″ is a track called “Vampire Girl.” Creativity at its finest, folks.

Check out the tour dates below if you’re into that kinda thing, and stay tuned for more info on the single if you’re into that kinda thing.

The Rentiers (ft. Joel Tannenbaum of Plow United) to release new EP

Plow United bassist Joel Tannenbaum has announced his side-project The Rentiers will be releasing a new EP titled Black Metal Yoga in late summer/early fall through Baldy Longhair Records.

The band’s debut EP Here’s a List of Things That Exist saw Tannenbaum backed by Mikey Erg, Anika Pyle of Chumped, and Tyler Pursel from Gym Class Heroes, but it hasn’t been announced whether the same lineup will be appearing on this release.

We’ll keep you posted as more info on Black Metal Yoga comes to light.

Stiletto Bomb stream two songs from upcoming EP “In The Dark”

Massachusetts punk act Stiletto Bomb (ft. J Prozac of The Prozacs) have announced they will be releasing their debut EP In The Dark on July 13th through Mooster Records.

You can listen to two tracks from the EP below, and pre-order it on the label’s webstore.

Random Cover Song: The Queers – “Unsatisfied” (The Replacements)

Cover songs are like a box of chocolates; you never know what you’re going to get. We here at Dying Scene love hearing punk bands do their own take on other band’s songs. Sometimes they pull off amazing interpretations of old classics, sometimes they’re not much more than humble tributes to a fellow artist, and other times they’re just downright laughable renditions of otherwise great songs. Good or bad. Intriguing or mundane. We’ll let you be the judge.

Today’s cover song comes from The Queers and their rendition of “Unsatisfied,” written by The Replacements. The original version appeared on The Replacements iconic 1984 album, Let It Be, while The Queers recorded their version for the 2006 compilation album, We’ll Inherit the Earth: A Tribute to The Replacements.

You can listen to both versions of “Unsatisfied” below.