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Suicidal Tendencies to tour with Exodus, Flotsam and Jetsam and Annihilator?

According to social media, Suicidal Tendencies will team up for this year’s Headbangers Ball-sponsored tour, with support from three legendary thrash metal acts Exodus, Flotsam and Jetsam and Annihilator.

No dates have been revealed yet, but an Exodus fan Facebook page simply says, “Stay tuned…”

Suicidal Tendencies will release a new EP in March called Get Your Fight On!. It’s one of the two releases they are releasing this year. The band’s follow-up to 2016’s World Gone Mad is expected to be released this summer.



10 Punk Songs to Kickstart Your Week

Ever wonder what the folks who run Dying Scene have been listening to lately?  We’re going to pretend you said “yes” to that question and feature a curated playlist from a different DS editor each week with the intent of exposing you to some new kickass punk bands.  This week’s playlist is brought to you by staffer gunnar.

You know, Spotify makes a good discover weekly playlist, but sometimes you want something a little more targeted to what you like. If you’re reading this you probably looking forward to this playlist, so hopefully it doesn’t disappoint.  I rather dislike Monday, just as a concept, so here are a few songs to help you push through your work week: check it out below.



Terminal Mind retrospective “Recordings” released

First-wave Austin, TX punk trio Terminal Mind have released a retrospective collection. “Recordings” comprises the short lived band’s 4-song 7″, “Live At Raul’s” compilation cuts and unreleased studio and live recordings from 1979-1981.

You can order the vinyl version now – and have a listen to the whole thing below.



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.



The Nobodys show up at Mike Felumlee’s Rock Room, drink his beer and eat his chips

Or at least I like to think so. The Nobodys performed “Joe Queer Kicked Me Out” and “Beer For Breakfast” for Live From the Rock Room. Check out both songs in the video below!



Timeshares release new EP “On Life Support” for name-your-price

Timeshares have released “On Life Support,” their first record since 2015’s “Already Dead.”

The band assures us that the title of the EP is not a reflection of the band’s status, but a commentary on the straight white male world feeling fear for the first time.

Check out the EP in the stream below, and head to bandcamp to give Timeshares your money and get more details on what the songs are about.



Wasted Daze (UK) release B-sides & rarities “Spillage” for name-your-price

Wasted Daze have released a 10 track b-side & rarity collection for name-your-price via bandcamp. The collection includes tracks they’ve given away in the last few years along with some from 2004.

Despite a few break ups, drunken mishaps, and an unfortunate incident with a hammer in 2016, it appears that Krissy & Tylar are working on new material. Here’s hoping the band’s future is less chaotic; I’d love to hear new material.

Check out the stream for “Spillage” below, and be sure to throw Wasted Daze some fancy internet money for the record at bandcamp.



THICK (punk) releases video for “Girlie”

Jeff Schaer-Moses Photography
THICK at Palisades in Bushwick, Brooklyn, winter of 2016.

New York punk three-piece THICK released a brand new video on January 18th for their tune “Girlie” and it’s the group’s first new track since October of 2016. “Girlie” is a kick-ass song that uses some pretty intense vocal harmonies to sell the chorus and it translated into an even more kick-ass video complete with lighthearted shenanigans, headbanging and a group of incorrigible ladies reaping havoc all over New York City.

Check out the video below.

THICK has quite a few New York area shows coming up in the next few months, so now is the time to see them on the cheap before they start selling out venues nationwide.



Bad Religion announce remaster of “Stranger Than Fiction”

California punk icons Bad Religion have announced that they are releasing a remastered edition of one of their classic albums, Stranger Than Fiction, on March 9th via Epitaph. The CD and vinyl formats will come with a t-shirt or a hoodie, and you can pre-order the remaster right here.

Originally released in 1994 on Atlantic, Stranger Than Fiction was one of Bad Religion’s most successful records, and includes some of their well-known songs, such as “Stranger Than Fiction”, “Infected” and the re-recorded version of “21st Century (Digital Boy)”. The gold-certified album would also end up being the band’s last album with longtime guitarist Brett Gurewitz, who left Bad Religion right before the album’s release, but rejoined in 2001.

Bad Religion’s most recent studio album True North was released in 2013, and they are reportedly working on a new album to be released this year.



A Vulture Wake (Good Riddance, Lagwagon, etc.) stream new song “Running Back Home”

Punk supergroup A Vulture Wake are streaming another song off their highly-anticipated debut album The Appropriate Level of Outrage. The track’s called “Running Back Home”, and you can check it out below.

For those who aren’t in the loop, A Vulture Wake features Chad Price of ALL and Drag The RiverLagwagon/RKL bassist Joe Raposo, Good Riddance drummer Sean Sellers, and former Authority Zero guitarist Brandon D. Landelius.

The Appropriate Level of Outrage releases on January 31st through Bird Attack Records. The album can be pre-ordered here.



The Last Gang releasing debut album “Keep Them Counting” on Fat Wreck

Los Angeles’ The Last Gang have announced their debut album Keep Them Counting will be released on March 2nd through Fat Wreck Chords. You can listen to the first track “Sing for Your Supper” below, and pre-order the record here.

The band last released “Sing for Your Supper” as a 7″ single in December.



Suicidal Tendencies reveal track listing and artwork of “Get Your Fight On!”, stream new single “Nothing to Lose”

California crossover thrash/hardcore punk legends Suicidal Tendencies have revealed the track listing and artwork of their brand new EP Get Your Fight On!, which comes out on March 9th.

Along with the EP’s track listing, you can check out the band’s new single “Nothing to Lose” below. It’s also available on digital outlets, including iTunes and Amazon.

Get Your Fight On! is one of the two releases Suicidal Tendencies are releasing this year. The band’s follow-up to 2016’s World Gone Mad is expected to be released this summer.



United Defiance stream album “Safe At Home”

Concord, CA punks United Defiance are now streaming their new album “Safe at Home” through Heliarc Records.

“Safe at Home” serves as follow up to 2015’s EP, “Here’s To You” which was a hats off to Emilio Nevarez of The Lucky Eejits, who was shot and killed in earlier this month, and Nicina Desoto of Falling to Pieces, who died in a hit and run in 2010.

The full 13 tracks are available to stream below, and is available for purchase if you dig it and want to throw these guys some cash!



Bargain Socks (punk) and Bat Country (folk punk) release Split [NTR 072]

Bargain Socks and Bat Country have just released Split [NTR 072] through No Time Records. The split boasts eight tracks, split half and half, for the acts to debut their talents.

The collaboration features a folk punk crescendo of tracks from start to finish.

Check it out below!

 

 



River Jumpers release video for “Thick Blood”, announce tour

UK pop punks River Jumpers have just released a new video for their track, “Thick Blood” comprised of video clips from their shows over the course of their most recent tour.

The boys have also announced that they’ll be on tour for the month of February as well– check out the dates below!