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Wolves&Wolves&Wolves&Wolves announce European tour dates

Winston-Salem’s own Wolves&Wolves&Wolves&Wolves have announced the dates for their upcoming tour of Europe. This will be the band’s third visit across the pond.  See the tour dates below.

Their latest release was the Wiretap Records LP The Cross & the Switchblade from 2017.



Iron Chic perform “My Best Friend (Is A Nihilist)” at Little Elephant

Long Island’s Iron Chic recorded a few performances at Little Elephant in Toledo, OH. The first video to come out of those sessions is for their song “My Best Friend (Is A Nihilist).” You can check out that performance below.

The song comes from their latest LP You Can’t Stay Here, that was released in 2017 via SideOneDummy Records.



Rancid and Murphy’s Law release split

West Coast meets East Coast in a new split offered by Rancid and Murphy’s Law.  Each band has one new track on the split and you can purchase the vinyl here.  See the track listing below.

Rancid’s most recent release was the 2017 LP Trouble Maker and the last Murphy’s Law release was the 2005 LP Covered.



DS Photo Gallery: Against Me! Off With Their Heads, SPELLS, The Get Up Kids, among acts at Chicago’s Wicker Park Fest 2018

The 15th Anniversary Wicker Park Fest took place over the three blazing hot days of July 2018’s final weekend, the 27th-29th. The event is perhaps the most popular street festival in Chicago and surely the most popular on the north side of the city. Each year, it brings a wide variety of national and local musical acts to one of the city’s very diverse neighborhoods. This year the number of musical acts exceeded 40. Considering this also the neighborhood which is home to – or in close proximity to – such popular venues (and in the case of the now-closed Double Door, legendary) such as Subterranean, Hideout, the Empty Bottle, and Cobra Lounge.

SPELLS

WPF also attracts many, many dogs of all ages and breeds, mixed or otherwise. Far more than 40. Perhaps the most dog attended annual fest in the city. But as adorable as that it is, this is about the music and a photo gallery of just a few of the bands Dying Scene caught and shot. Head below to check out our shots from SPELLS, Against Me!, Off With Their Heads, The Brokedowns, The Get Up Kids, and more!



Colorsfade announce new LP “In Real Time”, stream new track “United For Our World”

Canadian skatepunks Colorsfade have just announced that they’ll be releasing a brand new LP “In Real Time” on August 30th through Thousand Islands Records. 

In celebration, the guys are streaming one of the tracks off the new LP right now. You can check out “United For Our World” below.



Aanthems stream new track “Pure Fire”

Aanthems are now streaming their new track “Pure Fire.”

The track is expected to make an appearance on Rocket From Russia’s Punkcouver Volume 2 Compilation. 

Check out the new track below!



Reliance (melodic punk) sign to Raven Faith Records

Melodic punks Reliance out of Prescott, AZ have just announced that they have signed to RavenFaith Records.

According to RavenFaith:

“Reliance is a 3-piece punk band that offers their own uplifting, fast, melodic brand of 90’s punk. Showcasing a tried-and-true rhythm section, melodic vocals, tasty riffage and razor-sharp leads.”

Congratulations guys!



Moonraker announce new album “Lanterns,” premiere music video.

Southern California’s Moonraker have announced their sophomore record Lanterns which will be released September 14 via Tiny Dragon Music. Digital and vinyl pre-orders are available here.

To coincide with this announcement they have released the video for the first single “To the Gills”.

Check out the video below.



Album Review: Former Member – “Old Youth”

There was a time where I would reject everything that I considered a side project. In my young, dumb, and narrow mind, there could only be one true outlet for an artist’s work, and whatever got passed around to the other projects were leftovers. None More Black, ironically was one of my favorite bands, and as strict minds do, I ignored my own hypocrisy by never getting into Kid Dynamite. I know longer hold those weird standards with music, thankfully—I know people can grow and change and what they want when they’re twenty isn’t going to be what they want when they’re thirty and so on and so forth. So, when I heard None More Black singer Jason Shevchuk had a new band and a new album, I didn’t balk—I just thought to myself: I wonder where Jason’s at these days.

Former Member has that same distinctive sense of melody, those same gravel-coated vocal cords. It’s stripped down and methodical; a melodic punk two-piece. Shevchuk handles guitar and vocals while producer-extraordinaire Will Yip plays drums. This is a true supergroup of punk rock talents, an intimate marriage of two people who love making music. But funny enough, the fact that this is a closed circle, with only two members, makes the band all the more respectable. This doesn’t sound like two scene vets cashing in on their respective credibility. Old Youth has enough great songs and personality to earn its renown on its own.

“Cold Open” has one of the best melodies I’ve heard in a long time, enough that it’s almost always bouncing off the insides of my skull. It’s mid-tempo, gruff, and beautiful; the sounds of punks growing up and growing into what they’ve learned along the way. In this case—songwriting. Shevchuk shows us he’s still got it, and he may not have even reached his peak yet. And there’s not just strong melodies, but there’s a lot of them. The song pushes into new territory effortlessly, with melody building on top of melody, with support and counterpoint from Shevchuk’s own guitar.

Old Youth actually has a diversity of sounds on it. “Double Scoop of Trouble (Looking for a Cone)” is a sort of bluesy hard rock song that reminds me of something straight out of the ZZ Top catalog. As the song progresses though, it takes on a more punk identity, especially with its chorus. “Root Notes” is another highlight, instantly arresting with its big catchy hook—bridging the gap between gospel and melodic punk. “What fools we are, doesn’t matter how cool we are,” is sure to be one of the most singable lines of the year.

“Goat of Dover” ends the album, at times both bouncy and melancholy. It’s a great way to sum up what we’ve seen in the past from None More Black, Kid Dynamite, and LaGrecia and now with Former Member, we see the sensibility carried into the present and hopefully the future. Old Youth is a collection of songs that prove that punk doesn’t have to burn out or fade away.

4/5



Demolition Derby Compilation streaming four new songs including new track from Scumbag Millionaire

Italian based Retro Vox Records is streaming four new songs off of their upcoming compilation album Demolition Derby. Featuring two songs each from Scumbag Millionaire, Black Gremlin and King Mastino. The compilation will be released September 20th, and can be pre-ordered on Bandcamp.

Check out the new songs below.

This album features some of the best international punk acts not in North America so do yourself a favor and give it a listen.



The Fallout (punk) streaming new EP “Raise Your Flag and Other Anthems”

Hamilton based punks The Fallout are streaming their new album Raise Your Flag and Other Anthems. The four song EP aptly named Raise Your Flag and Other Anthems is chalk full of singalongs and anthemic music that will have you chugging the maple syrup before you realize it’s 9 AM and it’s probably not wise to chug maple syrup. This beauty is to be released through Rebel Time Records.

Cap the syrup and check out the new EP below.

This is the first new music from The Fallout since 2007’s Dismantlement. If you’re a fan of Anti-Flag or The Bouncing Souls these guys combine the angst of Anti-Flag with the anthemic genius that is The Bouncing Souls, so do yourself a favor and check these guys out.



La Dispute announce tenth anniversary edition of their debut, fall tour dates

La Dispute are releasing a 10th anniversary edition of their debut Somewhere at the Bottom of the River Between Vega and Altair. Coming out on their original label, No Sleep Records, it features re-amped guitars from the original recordings, a new mix, and re-imagined artwork. Pre-orders are available here and the album will be available November 9.

They have also announced a fall tour of the US with Circa Survive that is booked to kick off in October.

Check out a video for the new version of “Castle Builders” and all their tour dates below.



Swingin’ Utters stream “Undertaker, Undertake”

West coast punk stalwarts Swingin’ Utters are to release new album, “Peace and Love“, on August 31 via long time home Fat Wreck Chords.Following first advance track “Human Potential“, the band are streaming “Undertaker, Undertake”.

You can have a listen to below – and pre-order the album from the label.



The Adolescents are streaming unreleased track “Mama Madonna & Me”

Tony from The Adolescents

The Adolescents, who released their new album, “Cropduster”, last month via Concrete Jungle Records, have teamed up with New Noise Magazine to offer unreleased album sessions recording “Mamma Madonna & Me” via flexidisc with this month’s issue.

You can have a listen to the track right here.



Suicidal Tendencies steam new track “F.U.B.A.R”

California thrash/hardcore punk legends Suicidal Tendencies will release their new album “Still Cyco Punk After All These Years” on September 7th.

The album is a re-recording of frontman Mike “Cyco Miko” Muir’s 1996 solo debut album “Lost My Brain! (Once Again)” in its entirety. “F.U.B.A.R” is track two from the album and you can have a listen to it below.