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Indie Vision Music release new compilation “Family & Friends Sampler 1”

Indie Vision Music has released a 24 song compilation on CD and as a download on Bandcamp. The comp features bands including Craig’s Brother, Light The Way, Dogwood, Fire The Sun, Must Build Jacuzzi, Delta Fleet, Young Poet, Mainframe, At The Wayside, American Arson, Blank Pages, Pleading Guilty, Mainsail, Voyagers, 2Minute Minor, TAKE, Longing to Be Found, I Still Dream, Eaves, and Hostile Array.

Physical orders are available via the album Bandcamp. You can stream the whole thing below.



The Amsterdam Red Light District release new video “Carry On”

French melodic hardcore exports The Amsterdam Red Light District have released a video for new track “Carry On”. The track has been premiered ahead of new album “Sapere Aude”, which is out on March 2nd via Red Light Records.

You can watch the video below, along with reading a statement about the track from the band and seeing their upcoming European dates.



Suicidal Tendencies detail new EP “Get Your Fight On”

California crossover thrash/hardcore punk legends Suicidal Tendencies have detailed a new EP. “Get Your Fight On” is out on March 9th and is a ten song affair that is released to coincide with the band’s Australian/New Zealand tour. Pre-Orders go up on the band’s website this Friday (19th January).

Full details on the EP – and tour dates – are below.



#Goals release video for “Squishy Anthem”

Los Angeles punk supergroup #Goalswho feature ex-members of Bad Religion (Greg Hetson) and Circle Jerks (Lucky Lehrer, Earl Liberty), have released a video for “Squishy Anthem”, taken from the band’s debut EP, which was released last month.

You can watch the video below.



Templeton Pek stream new track “The Awakening”

 

Birmingham, England punks Templeton Pek have premiered another track from their upcoming album “Watching the World Come Undone”. You can watch a lyric video for “The Awakening” below.

“Watching the World Come Undone” is out February 23rd through Drakker Entertainment. Head over here to pre-order the album.



A Vulture Wake (members of Good Riddance, ALL & more) stream songs off upcoming album

Punk supergroup A Vulture Wake have premiered more songs off their upcoming debut album The Appropriate Level of Outrage. All three songs that are currently streaming can be heard below.

For those who are unfamiliar with A Vulture Wake, the band features Chad Price of ALL and Drag The River, Lagwagon/RKL bassist Joe Raposo, Good Riddance drummer Sean Sellers, and Brandon D. Landelius of The Mag Seven.

The Appropriate Level of Outrage is due out on January 31st through Bird Attack Records. Head over here to pre-order the album.



The Dwarves stream new song “Devil’s Level”

Punk legends The Dwarves are streaming another song off their upcoming album Take Back the Night. The song’s called “Devil’s Level”, and you can check it out below.

Take Back the Night is due out on February 9th through Burger Records.



The Distillers announce Texas reunion show

The Distillers recently revealed they would be reuniting after more than a decade apart at Shaky Knees Festival in Atlanta, Georgia on May 4th-6th.

They have now announced an earlier reunion show, taking place on April 29th in El Paso, Texas.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on The Distillers’ plans for 2018 are revealed.



Jawbreaker announce shows in California and New York

Punk legends Jawbreaker have announced a string of US reunion shows. The band will be getting together for four shows in California (two in SoCal and two in NorCal) as well as two dates in NYC. The dates will take place over the course of January, February, and March. They will be joined by comedy acts Clare O’Kane, Emily Flake, and Kate Willett as well as bands like The Smokers, Composite, The Neutrals, Post Life, and Waxahatchee.

You can check out a full list of dates and locations below and see a detailed outline of the guests that will be joining them on each date.

Jawbreaker frontman Blake Schwarzenbach recently revealed that the band has been “trying to” write new music. It’s been 22 years since their last album Dear You was released.



Struggle Session (hardcore punk) release release short Morocco/Spain tour documentary

Beijing fun hardcore punk band Struggle Session recently embarked on a tour of Morocco and Spain, which they documented and logged. The final result of their epic journey is a 20-minute long documentary of the tour, which includes clips of shows, dialogue from the band members, and a peak in to the punk rock scenes around the world.

After an onslaught of great scenery, amazing hospitality, sick bands, amazing local scenes, hidden gems, and festivals, Struggle Session had no choice but to share this tour doc with the hope of promoting the scenes that exist and encouraging bands to get themselves over to these countries to get involved with the rad communities that exist there. 

The band summed up their tour nicely:

Morocco is rad… go there.

It really looks like that is true based on what we see in the clips, so if you need the extra kick to go visit or maybe tour with your own band, check this video out and see what lies in store for you just across the pond. You can check the video out below.

Struggle Session’s last release was a split LP in June 2017 with Guangzhou’s own hardcore rippers DieChiwawa! Die!.



On The Cinder announce “Frostbite Winter Tour” dates

Buffalo punk band On The Cinder is getting ready to head back out on the road for about the next month or so. The three-piece kick their “Frostbite Tour” off January 26th in Rochester, NY, and wrap things up February 17th in York, PA, circling through Texas, Florida, Georgia and up through New Jersey in the process. Check out the full rundown below!

On The Cinder’s last release was 2016’s The Fight Against Ourselves, which was released Between the Days Records. 



OC45 announces winter tour dates

Boston punks OC45 have announced their 2018 “Get the Fuck Out of Winter Tour,” which will take them out of the snow-ravaged Northeast, through the South and West.  You can find all of the dates below, but check out their official site for updates.

OC45’s latest album, Happy Accidents, was released in 2017.



Bad Religion announce 30th anniversary “Suffer” show

Bad Religion have announced plans to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the release of their iconic 1988 album Suffer.

So far, only one 30th anniversary show has been confirmed. The band will play the album in its entirety during their performance at the Spanish festival Tsunami Xixón this summer.

We’ll keep you posted as more shows, or a tour, in celebration of Suffer come to light.

Bad Religion were recently featured on the 7″ split Dean Lane Hardcore Three Way Split, which includes two live songs recorded on their 2010 30th anniversary tour. The band has been promising a new album, which is tentatively due for release this year, and will be their first since 2013’s True North.



10 Punk Songs To Jumpstart Your Week (curated by DS founder Dave Buck)

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 we’re kicking things off with Dying Scene founder and head honcho Dave Buck.

Discover some great new tunes, and find out what makes him tick by streaming Dave’s personal picks below.



Breaklights release music video for “Runaways”

Austin Texas Pop-punks Breaklights have released a video for their song “Runaways.”

You can check it out below.

“Runaways” comes from the bands’ upcoming EP, Don’t Try So Hard, which is set to be released on January 19th via Wiretap Records.