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Music Video: These Fast Times – “Jealousy”

Montreal pop-punkers These Fast Times have a new video for their song “Jealousy.” This track is one off of their first self-titled EP, which will soon see a follow-up next winter in 2017. You can check the video out below.

The band is currently getting ready to record new material for a new release pending. We will keep you updated on these up and coming rockers.

Despite Everything (punk) stream new EP “Trails”

Greek punk rockers Despite Everything are streaming a brand new EP titled, Trails. The 6-track release is melodic, gritty, fast, and heavy in every aspect and will hit close to home FFO Off With Their Heads as well as a slew of Fat Wreck Chords bands. You can listen to the full thing below. You can also pre-order a physical copy here.

Trails is set to officially drop on November 18th, 2016 and serves as a follow-up to the band’s 2013 full-length, The Dawn Chorus. 

Off With Their Heads stream new acoustic album “Won’t Be Missed”

Off With Their Heads have made their highly anticipated acoustic album Won’t Be Missed available to stream. Head over here to give the record a listen.

Frontman Ryan Young had this to say about the album:

“I went up to Minneapolis to record a couple songs to see how they would turn out acoustic. A few longtime friends told me that just my voice and an acoustic would be good. I always scoffed at the idea because I don’t consider myself talented enough to do that. I also happen to love being out of my comfort zone. I hit up friend and longtime OWTH collaborator Dan Jensen to work with me on recording a few. After we heard the new version of “Old Man”, we both decided that it actually captured something kind of cool. I called up OWTH guitarist Nice John and told him I wanted to make an actual record this way. Not new songs, but just different takes on old ones. We picked a few out and started working on it. It’s one of those things that happened without a real agenda. We played one show for OWTH drummer Ryan Fisher’s debut of his poutine company. We learned that doing this is much harder than doing a full band. So basically, challenge accepted! This record was made entirely by myself, John, Dan and our Minneapolis friend Joe. When we recorded the vocals for this record, it all came flooding back to me. I got in the same mental space as I was when the lyrics were written. It’s definitely quite authentic as far as the emotion of the songs!”

The band will be embarking on an acoustic tour in support of this new release next week. You can find all the dates and locations for that below.

Won’t Be Missed is set to release on October 25th. It will be Off With Their Heads’ first venture into the acoustic world. The band’s latest studio album Home was released in 2013 through Epitaph Records.

The Damned announce 40th anniversary UK tour

British punk rock legends The Damned have announced a big UK tour in celebration of their 40th anniversary. The tour will see the band go from Leamington to Margate followed by a few dates in Spain to end the tour altogether. Tickets are available now and can be purchased here. You can view a full list of dates and locations below.

The Damned released their last studio album So, Who’s Paranoid? back in 2008 on English Channel Records. We’ll keep you posted as more info becomes available on their next LP.

The Decline release new music video – “I Don’t Believe”

Australian skate punks The Decline have a new music video out for their track, “I Don’t Believe.” See if you can pick out the guest stars (or just read the video description) when you watch the video below.

The song is off the band’s latest full-length album, Resister, which they released in June of 2015 via Pee Records. (AUS), Bird Attack (USA) and Bells On Records (Japan).

The Decline are currently on tour in the US with Brooklyn folk-punk group MakeWar. Check out the dates/locations here.

October’s Hidden Gems of Bandcamp


Oh Yea!!! It’s October!! Why all of the excitement? Well, October = Halloween and Halloween = office costume contest!! While we normally don’t get too excited about such a childish and menial event, rumor has it that Phyllis over in Accounting was so amped about the Misfits reunion a few months back that she has been working on a Glenn Danzig costume (ed: Oh god…is that what the fishnet tank top is for? Has HR been alerted?). Needless to say, there’s considerably more excitement around DyingScene HQ this year! If envisioning questionably attired, 62 year old accountants isn’t enough to get you stoked, it’s also time for this month’s installment of Hidden Gems of Bandcamp! This month, we’ve uncovered five fantastic bands that we’re betting aren’t on your radar yet. Check ‘em out below!

DS Exclusive Premiere: Fat Heaven – “In My Head” From Debut LP, “Tough Luck”

Sometimes, the daily task of checking our inbox becomes mundane, arduous even. But not today! Today, Brooklyn skate punk act, Fat Heaven sent us a track to premiere off of their upcoming, debut LP, Tough Luck which comes out later this year via Mirror Universe Tapes. Just as we’ve come to expect from this tremendously talented trio, the single “In My Head” is upbeat and catchy as hell. Stream it below! DO IT!





Spanish Love Songs release free b-sides & demos compilation “Little Giants”

Los Angeles’ Spanish Love Songs have released a compilation of b-sides and demos titled Little Giants. You can give it a listen below, and download it for free on their Bandcamp page.

The band’s debut album Giant Sings The Blues was released in 2015 through Wiretap Records.

ALL announce “Pummel” vinyl reissue

ALL have announced a vinyl reissue of their 1995 album Pummel, which has been out of print for 20 years. The remastered LP releases on April 7, 2017 through Porterhouse Records.

You can pre-order the vinyl reissue of Pummel here, and listen to the album below.

ALL said they were working on a new full-length in 2015, but so far nothing has come of that. The band’s latest record Problematic was released way back in 2000 on Epitaph.

Problem Daughter (Dying Scene Records) premiere music video for “Alda, Small Things”

Salt Lake City pop-punk outfit Problem Daughter have just premiered a whacky new music video with the good folks at It’s for their track “Alda, Small Things”, a song as entertainingly quirky as it is poppy, and you can check it out below.

The track is the album opener on Problem Daughter’s latest album “Fits of Disorganized Boredom” released in February through Dying Scene Records. If you haven’t heard them yet think The Lawrence Arms meets Banner Pilot meets Morning Glory. We’re betting it will end up in a lot of Top 10 albums this year but don’t take our word for it, stream the entire album on bandcamp and find out what all the hype is about.

Dead To Me streaming new EP “I Wanna Die In Los Angeles” in its entirety

San Francisco punks Dead To Me have made their new EP I Wanna Die In Los Angeles available to stream. You can listen to the full 3-song release below.

The EP releases on October 21st through Fat Wreck Chords, serving as a follow-up to 2011′s Moscow Penny Ante. The band plans to record a new full-length this December.

Nothington announce 2017 European tour

San Francisco punk band Nothington have announced a European tour in celebration of their 10th anniversary. The tour kicks off next February in Amsterdam, and will run through March.

Check out the tour dates below to see if there’s a show near you.

Nothington recently returned from a brief hiatus. They released their latest album Borrowed Time in 2011 through Red Scare Industries, and announced plans for a new record in 2015.

DS Exclusive Stream: The Attack (Punk) Premieres Single,”Call to Arms” From Upcoming Album “On Condition”

Orlando punk quartet, The Attack has a new LP coming out on November 11th via gold standard record label Paper + Plastick. Patience has never been our strong suit, so we’re just gonna go ahead and premiere the single, “Call to Arms” a few weeks early if no one objects!

If you’ve yet to be introduced to this phenomenal foursome, imagine Pennywise and Bouncing Souls being put into a blender and left on frappé for an hour. Who wouldn’t like that? Lend it your ears, below!

The Attack last released Of Nostalgia and Rebellion in 2013.

The Nation Blue stream 2 new albums, “Black” and “Blue”

Australian punk legends The Nation Blue are now streaming 2 new albums in their entirety via the Poison City Records Bandcamp page. You can give them a listen below.

Both albums, titled “Black” and “Blue” respectively, were released on the 14th of October, 2016. These two albums are the first release for The Nation Blue since their 2009 album, “Rising Waters.”

Trophy Eyes announce Australia tour for new album “Chemical Miracle”

Newcastle, Australia punk act Trophy Eyes have announced that their tour for their new album will be coming back to Australia. The Australian leg of the tour begins 2nd February, and ends 18th February. You can find tour dates and locations below.

The tour is in support of their latest album, titled “Chemical Miracle,” which was released October 14th, 2016 via Hopeless Records.