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DS Exclusive: The Ray Gradys Premiere New EP “Told You So!”

Philadelphia based punks, The Ray Gradys (feat. Mr. Early Gates of Morning Glory fame) have a new EP coming out on March 3rd (preorders up at Bandcamp) and the trio sent over an advance copy to stream exclusively for Dying Scene readers! If you’re into good ole fashioned anti-authoritarian punk rock, you’re definitely going to wanna spin this one a few times. The tracks from the album will also be released as a split 7″ with fellow philly phenoms Seeing Snakes so keep an ear to the ground for that one! Now…git to gittin’! Stream the three song EP below!



Fast Response stream new track “Man I’m Pissed”

Croation skate punks Fast Response are now streaming their new track, “Man I’m Pissed.”

The last news from these guys was a music video for their song “Homeless By Choice”.

Check out the new digs below!



Wiretap Records stream charity compilation to benefit ACLU

Wiretap Records are now streaming their new charity compilation to benefit the American Civil Liberties Union. The thirty three track piece will be donating 100% of the proceeds to the ACLU, so throw them some bucks and download it if you dig it!

You can stream the compilation below.

 

 

 

 



The Palatines (punk) premiere “Take The Reigns” off upcoming album “Death From Below”

Texas pop-punk trio The Palatines are a band you’re going to want to check out if you like the sound of 90s era Face To Face with a healthy sprinkling of Teenage Bottlerocket-esque pop. Next week they’ll be releasing their debut full-length “Death From Below” and to give you a taste of what’s to come we’re proud to premiere a new track from the album for you.

Grab your headphones, turn up the volume, and stream “Take The Reigns” below.

Pre-order “Death From Below” on the group’s bandcamp.



The Winter Passing (indie punk) release new video for “Like Flowers Ache For Spring”

Indie punks The Winter Passing have just released their new video for “Like Flowers Ache For Spring.” The five piece boasts the track off of their new EP, Double Exposure (6131 Records and Big Scary Monsters).

According to one of their vocalists’ Rob, Like Flowers Ache For Spring is a reflection of torment from the struggles of real life essentially. Throughout ‘Double Exposure’ we documented mental health issues. It’s mainly focused towards people of authority in every day life such as bosses in work places and those who think they’re better than you. It documents a bundle of emotion and the expression of wanting to be alone from human contact. We wanted the visuals to be an as cathartic experience as the song itself.”

Watch the new video below.



Vampirates Announce Tour to Celebrate Fifteen Year Anniversary

Reno, Nevada punks, Vampirates are celebrating their 15th anniversary next month and will be commemorating this monumental milestone by hitting the road on a short West Coast Tour! Because, of course they are! Check out the dates and stops below. Then, get out to support your scene and buy the lads a beer for their years of dedication (or if ya wanna honor the achievement properly, buy them some crystal…not meth, ya wankers). Congrats, boys! Here’s to 15 more!

Fifteen Year Anniversary Tour

3/9/2018 – Oakland, CA – Independent Brewing Co. w/ Boss’ Daughter

3/10/2018 – Santa Cruz, CA – Poet and Patriot – Santa Cruz Music Festival w/ Boss’ Daughter and The Randy Savages

3/11/2018 – Reno NV, – Jub Jub’s Thirst Parlor w/ Elephant Rifle



The Low Anthem (folk) streaming new song “Give My Body Back”

Rhode Island folksters The Low Anthem are streaming the song “Give My Body Back” off their upcoming LP “The Salt Doll Went To Measure The Depth Of The Sea”. The new album is set to be released on February 23rd on Joyful Noise Recordings.

Check out the new song below.

In support of the upcoming album the band has announced a run of North American tour dates,  you can find the full list of dates below the new tune.  If your a fan of Beans on Toast or Tim Barry you’ll probably enjoy the mellow sounds of The Low Anthem.



TSOL to release “Live at The Observatory”

California punk veterans TSOL are to release “Live at The Observatory” via Hardline Entertainment on June 22nd. Recorded live at The Observatory in Santa Ana, CA on Jan 5th 2018, the album features all tracks from the bands 1981 S/T EP and “Dance With Me” releases. Various vinyl pre-order packages are up for pre-order now.

You can watch a short teaser for the album below.



Satanic Surfers stream new track “The Usurper”

Swedish skate punk veterans Satanic Surfers are to release “Back From Hell”, their first album since 2005’s “Taste The Poison”, on April 13th. Ahead of the release, they’re streaming album opener “The Usurper”, along with offering physical pre-orders on Bandcamp. 

Have a listen to the (really rather good) track below.



Jeff Rosenstock Releases Video for “Melba”

 

Jeff Rosenstock released his latest album “Post-“ last month. He’s now made a video for “Melba” from that record. You can watch it below.

He also has a run of winter and spring dates book. Check them out below too.



GBH to Tour North America Around Punk Rock Bowling Appearance

British veterans of street punk, GBH, have announced a run of North American tour dates surrounding their appearance at Punk Rock Bowling in Las Vegas. The US dates will begin in late May and finish up on June 23. You can check out the full list below. It includes a few UK and European shows too.

GBH’s latest record was their first in seven years. Titled Momentum it was released via Hellcat Records.



Fans Petition Jawbreaker For a New Album

Inspired by the recent reunion shows, Jawbreaker fans are appealing to the band to write and record a new record by way of petition. It reads:

“The 90’s punk music scene wasn’t just all about bands like Green Day, The Offspring or even Blink-182. There was this band called Jawbreaker who released four amazing albums that remain a major influence on pop punk, emo and similar genres in general, including their last one from 1995 “Dear You”. The band went their separate ways in 1996, but have been back together since 2017.

Given how many years it’s been since the last Jawbreaker album was released, many fans would love to hear a new album. Our patience is running out, especially after too many years of waiting for a reunion, and Blake Schwarzenbach saying in the summer of 2017 that Jawbreaker has been trying to write what may be a new album. Let’s get this petition out there and shared to as many Jawbreaker fans as possible to let the band know that we want to hear at least one new song.”

If you’re behind the motion, head over to the petition page and add your name.



Bad Religion tease new album

It’s been five years since Bad Religion last released any new material, but a tweet from frontman Greg Graffin suggests that he and guitarist Brett Gurewitz are in the studio working on songs for the band’s next record. The tweet simply says, “New songs in the pipeline….”

The new Bad Religion album will be their full-length studio album since 2013’s True North as well as their first with Mike Dimkich (replacing Greg Hetson) on guitar and Jamie Miller (replacing Brooks Wackerman) on drums. The band last released the EP Christmas Songs, which also came out in 2013.

When the record will be released is unknown, but we’ll keep you updated as details arise.



German skate punks Straightline announce Australian tour with Blind Man Death Stare

Straightline is striking out next month on their first ever Australian tour. They’ll be joined by Melbourne’s Blind Man Death Stare and a slew of supporting acts.

You can get tickets at Blind Man Death Stare’s website, and find the tour dates below.



Britain’s Vile Assembly premiere video for “Division of Labor”

British punks Vile Assembly have premiered a new video for their track “Division of Labor.” The band has a classic 70s punk sound and goes back to the roots, singing about anarchy and corporate greed.

Check out the video for “Division of Labor” below!