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The Attack stream new song “Four of a Kind”

Orlando punks The Attack are streaming a new song titled “Four of a Kind” in anticipation of their summer shows with Face To Face, Less Than Jake, and Voodoo Glow Skulls. You can give the track a listen and find details on the shows below.

“Four of a Kind” is taken from the band’s upcoming album On Condition, which was produced by Bouncing Souls guitarist Pete Steinkopf and is set to release later this year on Paper + Plastick.



Face To Face announce “Triple Crown” shows in Orlando, FL

SoCal punk legends Face To Face have announced another round of shows in their ongoing “Triple Crown” series, during which they play their first 3 full-length albums in their entirety over the course of 3 nights at the same venue.

This time, they band will be heading to sunny Florida for 3 shows at The Social in Orlando on August 6th, 7th, and 8th, which will see them joined by The Attack, Teen Agers, and a few other locals. Check below for more details and ticket links.



Darkbuster announce new album “No Revolution”

After a lengthy period of inactivity, Boston punk veterans Darkbuster are back in full force, and they’re gearing up to release a new full-length album titled No Revolution!

The album will release on CD August 7th and on vinyl September 4th via Pirates Press Records, who say it’s “a record that can be loved and appreciated equally by a fourty-something who knows every single classic Darkbuster tune and has seen them a hundred times, or a fresh-cut teenager who hears them for the first time.”

Check out the full tracklist for No Revolution below, and stay tuned for more details on the follow-up to 2005′s A Weakness For Spirits.



The Atom Age release music video for new song “Wasteoid”

Oakland rockers The Atom Age have released a music video for new song titled “Wasteoid,” starring someone I can only assume is a random Elvis impersonator they picked up off the street. Check it out below.

The band’s upcoming album Hot Shame is set to release on August 28th through Asian Man Records. Head over to the label’s webstore to pick it up on your choice of wax or plastic.



Teenage Time Killers streaming “Exploder” featuring Reed Mullin

Punk/metal/alternative/rock supergroup Teenage Time Killers are streaming another new track off their upcoming debut album. Listen to “Exploder” below.

The track is “featuring” Reed Mullin, the drummer for Corrosion of Conformity. I don’t pretend to know how this whole project works, but as I understood it, Mullin was the mastermind of the whole thing, so it seems weird to me that the song is “featuring” him. I’m probably overthinking it…

Teenage Time Killers have a wide range of musical talents contributing to the project, including Corey Taylor, Jello Biafra, Matt Skiba, Brian Baker, and rock bad-ass Dave Grohl.

Their debut album, Teenage Time Killers – Greatest Hits Vol. 1 is due out tomorrow (July 31st) on Rise Records. You can order a copy (of course, with the usual Rise bundle options) right here.



New Music: The Flatliners – “Broken Men”

The Flatliners, as you’re no doubt aware, are releasing a compilation of b-sides and rarities titled Division of Spoils on August 7th through Fat Wreck Chords.

Today, we get areal taste for what’s to come. It’s a new track called “Broken Men,” and it was originally for their 2012 “Dead Language” full-length. Check it out here.

The band’s latest full-length album Dead Languagewas released in September of 2013. They have since put out two 7″s for the songs “Caskets Full” and “Resuscitation of the Year.”



Watch: toyGuitar play three stripped down songs for Punks In Vegas

If you’re like me, you’re super stoked to catch toyGuitar on the upcoming Fat Wrecked at 25 tour. To give you a stripped down taste of what’s to come, the band recently sat down with Punks In Vegas for acoustic renditions of their songs “Until I Find You,” “Is It True?” and “Human Hyenas.” Check out the videos below.

toyGuitar’s album “In This Mess” was released earlier this year on Fat Wreck Chords, and is one of the best albums of the year.



Watch: The Offspring perform “The Kids Aren’t Alright” for Guitar Center Sessions

Dexter and Noodles from The Offspring

The Offspring recently taped an episode of DirecTV’s Guitar Center Sessions, which some of us (me) unfortunately didn’t realize was a thing until right now. The episode is slated to air this coming Friday (July 31st) at 9pm, though check your local listings to confirm that. (I don’t have DirecTV, but I’m assuming those of you who do will know where to find their listings).

The band released video from that Session’s performance of their classic track “The Kids Aren’t Alright” as a way of giving you a taste of what’s to come. Check it out below.

“The Kids Aren’t Alright” appears on The Offspring’s 1998 album “Americana.” Their latest album, “Days Go By,” was released in 2012. We’re told there’s a new one in the works, but you know how that goes…



Run Forever plan self-titled full length, stream new track “Separate Bedrooms”

Pittsburgh-based indie-rock band Run Forever have announced the long-awaited, comma-free self-titled follow up to their 2012 debut, “Settling.”

The eponymous album is due out October 9th via No Sleep Records. Vinyl, digital and CD pre-orders are available here right now.

To whet your appetite, the band have debuted the brand new (is that redundant?) track “Separate Bedrooms.” Check it out here.

Run Forever were still known as Run, Forever when they released their stellar album, “Settling,” back in 2012 on Tiny Engines.



Night Birds announce upcoming full length “Mutiny at Muscle Beach” due Oct. 2nd

New Jersey punks Night Birds have revealed the title of their upcoming album. The record will be called “Mutiny at Muscle Beach,” and is set for release through Fat Wreck Chords on October 2nd of this year.

Singer Brian Gorsegner had to say about the release:

The 2+ years we worked on this album were coincidentally my most sleep deprived / over caffeinated period of life.. While that’s a combination that works like a charm in a pinch, over enough time leaves you feeling anxious, jittery, on edge, and in a general “set-to-destroy” state of being. I feel like those emotions are proudly displayed all over this record.

The group is currently streaming the track “Left In The Middle” off the upcoming album and you can check it out below.



DS Exclusive: “Fat Wrecked for 25 Years Tour” Q+A with Swingin’ Utters, The Flatliners, toyGuitar and Bad Cop / Bad Cop

Whether you’re a loyal, regular Dying Scene follower or you just check in periodically, it stands to reason that think the upcoming “Fat Wrecked For 25 Years” tour is kind of a big deal. Responses to the tour’s lineup, which includes the likes of NOFX, Strung Out, Lagwagon, Swingin’ Utters, toyGuitar, The Flatliners, Bad Cop/Bad Cop, Masked Intruder and more depending on your location, have ranged from “damn, that’s pretty solid” on one end of the spectrum to “oh my god, this should replace the Warped Tour” at the other end.

The ragtag bunch of misfits that comprise your friendly, neighborhood Dying Scene editorial staff agree with the positive vibes about the “Fat Wrecked For 25 Years” tour, and will be out in full force at various different stops on the tour. To get you warmed up, we caught up with a handful of bands that’ll be playing the duration of the tour for a little Q&A session. Check it out below, and check out the full rundown of “Fat Wrecked For 25 Years” tour dates here!



Sum 41 on their reunion with Dave “Brownsound” Baksh

Last week, we reported that Sum 41 had reunited with their original guitarist Dave “Brownsound” Baksh, who left the band in 2006. On Facebook, the band was asked if Baksh has rejoined Sum 41 on a permanent basis and will appear on their long-awaited new album. Their response was that ”all options are open right now” and “there’s no yes or no answer to that.”

Sum 41 released their last album, Screaming Bloody Murder, in 2011 through Island Records. Their last album with Baksh on guitar was 2004′s Chuck.



Interview: Introducing melodic punk act City Limits, stream “Homebodies” EP

New Brunswick, New Jersey is not an unfamiliar town to anyone in the pop punk scene. It has seen the manifestation of The Bouncing Souls, Gaslight Anthem, and The Ergs!, and has been home to the legendary Court Tavern (RIP). The suburbs may appear to be quiet, but they won’t give up spewing melodic anthems just yet.

Meet City Limits, a melodic punk act in the same vain as Dear Landlord, Off With Their Heads, and The Lawrence Arms. The quartet released their sophomore EP “Homebodies” through Death To False Hope Records today, July 28th.

You can give it a listen here.

We also caught up with vocalist/bassist Allon Levin, and guitarist Dave Lopez to discuss the difficulties of analog recording, the songwriting process, and their upcoming tour. You can read the full interview and check out their tour dates below.



Full Album Stream: Almeida – “”Social Media Circus”

South Coast, UK metal/punk act Almeida is streaming their brand new EP “Social Media Circus” in its entirety.

The album was just released this past Saturday through Lockjaw Records, and you can listen to the whole thing below.

Almeida’s latest full-length album was their 2011 “Fantastic Massacre”.



Faces Turned Ashen debut music video – “Oh How That Dead Man Danced”

Iowa punk act Faces Turned Ashen have a new music video out for their song “Oh How That Dead Man Danced.” You can watch it below.

The track is off the band’s latest album, also titled Oh How That Dead Man Danced. Faces Turned Ashen self-released the album back in April. You can grab a copy from the band on their Facebook page, or on iTunes.