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Boilerman announce US tour

Chicago punk trio Boilerman are about to embark on a US tour.

You can check out the dates below.

The band last released a self-titled 10″ via 86′d Records.

Music video: You Big Idiot – “Don’t Die Again”

Vancouver punk act You Big Idiot have premiered the music video for their song “Don’t Die Again.”

You can check it out below.

“Don’t Die Again” appears on their latest album Happy Thoughts which was released in September.

Tenement stream new song “Hive of Hives”

Wisconsin punk act Tenement are streaming a new song titled “Hive of Hives,” taken from their upcoming double album Predatory Headlights. Give it a listen below.

Predatory Headlights is set to be released on June 2nd through Don Giovanni Records. The band last released a compilation album titled Bruised Music Volume One on March 10th.

toyGuitar release music video for “Human Hyenas”

toyGuitar have released a music video for their song “Human Hyenas,” taken from their latest album In This Mess. You can check it out and find details on the band’s upcoming tour below.

In This Mess was released on January 27th through Fat Wreck Chords.

DS Exclusive: Listen to new track from California melodic punk band Lowbrow

California melodic punks Lowbrow are gearing up to release a new album titled Insert Brain Here on June 2nd, and we’re stoked to give you all a taste of the record!

You can give a new track titled “It’s My First Day” a listen and find details on the band’s upcoming west coast tour below.

Hounds release music video for “Syncope”

Toronto hardcore punk act Hounds have released a music video for their single “Syncope” which you can watch here.

“Syncope” comes off of Hounds’ debut EP, Wild Eyes, which was released on April 21, 2015 through New Damage Records.

Lineups announced for Riot Fests in Chicago and Toronto (too many to list in a headline)

Okay, so maybe we jumped the gun on the Denver Riot Fest and Rodeo lineup earlier. Not because the post wasn’t accurate (it was), but because it wasn’t the whole story.

The preliminary lineups have ALSO been announced for the Chicago and Toronto Riot Fests, and honestly, it’s tough to pick a “best lineup.”

Dubbed the Riot Fest and Carnival, the Chicago dates feature: Rancid, Alkaline Trio, Taking Back Sunday, Thrice, Flogging Molly, Alexisonfire, The Lawrence Arms, Pennywise, The Damned, Bayside, Desaparecidos, Less Than Jake, Civ, Fishbone, Death, The Dwarves, Mustard Plug, The Ataris and more “punk” acts, alongside No Doubt, Faith No More, Modest Mouse, Snoop Dogg, Merle Haggard, Cypress Hill, and a ton more. The RF&C takes place from September 11th to the 13.

Meanwhile, the Riot Fest and Exposition takes place in Toronto September 19th and 20th and features Rancid (playing “…And Out Come The Wolves”), Alexisonfire, Motorhead, Thrice, Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls, Against Me!, Andrew WK, Bayside, Gwar and Fidlar as well as acts like Drive Like Jehu, Wu-Tang Clan, Tyler the Creator and more.

Full lineups, as well as updated ticket information, can be found here. Stay tune for the second wave of bands, which is slated to be released in a couple weeks.


Worriers stream new track “They/Them/Theirs” from upcoming album Laura Jane Grace produced album, “Imaginary Life”

Brand new music from Worriers as your Hump Day draws to a close. It’s from the band Worriers, the New York pop-punk act that features Lauren Denitzo from The Measure [SA] and Mikey Erg from every band ever. They’re streaming a new track called “They/Them/Theirs,” and you can check it out below.

“They/Them/Theirs” is slated to appear on Worriers’ upcoming album, “Imaginary Life,” which was produced by Against Me!’s Laura Jane Grace. The album is due out August 7th on Don Giovanni Records. It serves as follow-up to their 2013 album “Cruel Optimist.”

Riot Fest announces preliminary Denver lineup (Pixies, Rancid, Bosstones, Alkaline Trio and more)

The preliminary lineup for the Denver dates of the 2015 Riot Fest has been announced, and it seems to be already worth the price of admission. The event, which is being dubbed “Riot Fest And Rodeo,” will feature the likes of Rancid, Pixies, the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Alkaline Trio, Motorhead, Flogging Molly, Thrice, Iggy Pop, The Lawrence Arms, Desaparecidos, 7 Seconds, The Vandals, Less Than Jake, Andrew WK, Gwar, Teenage Bottlerocket, Pup, American Nightmare, Joyce Manor and more…and that’s just the “Dying Scene friendly” bands. Other major acts include Anthrax, Snoop Dogg, Tenacious D, Modest Mouse, Run DMC, Ice Cube, The White Buffalo, De La Soul, Eagles of Death Metal, and a crapload more. Check out the official flier below, and stay tuned for “more headliners” to be announced shortly.

Riot Fest And Rodeo takes place from August 28 to August 30.

Video: Laura Jane Grace and Atom Willard perform “Cavalier Eternal” from Punk Rock Bowling

Against Me!’s Laura Jane Grace at House of Blues – Boston. Photo credit: Jay Stone for Dying Scene

As you’re no doubt aware, either because you were there personally or because 87% of your Facebook and Instagram feeds informed you, Punk Rock Bowling took over Las Vegas last weekend. While there were many highly sought-after tickets each night, one of the most eagerly anticipated (at least for me) was Against Me!‘s Laura Jane Grace and Atom Willard opening up for Frank Turner.

The folks at Punks In Vegas were able to snag some footage of Laura and atom performing the AM! staple “Cavalier Eternal.” Check it out below.

Unless you’ve lived under a rock for a decade, you already know that “Cavalier Eternal” appears on Against Me!’s 2003 album Against Me! as the Eternal Cowboy. They’re said to be working on a follow-up to their last full-length, 2014′s Transgender Dysphoria Blues, as we speak.


Anti-Flag stream acoustic set from 11th Street Records (Punk Rock Bowling)

Iconic Pittsburg punk band Anti-Flag are streaming their acoustic set from an appearance during Punk Rock Bowling. The 40 minute video was shot at 11th Street Records, and you can view it below.

Their new album, American Spring, came out yesterday (May 26th) through Spindfarm Records. It’s the band’s first full-length release since 2012′s “The General Strike”.

10 Punk Songs to Get You Through Your Week (curated by DS writer Rob Lanterman)

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 featuring Dying Scene feature writer, Rob Lanterman.

Check out what makes him tick in his playlist below!

The Pests release music video for song “The Pain”

New Orleans-based grit punks The Pests have just released another new music video. It’s for the song “The Pain,” and you can check it out below.

“The Pain” appears on the band’s most recent album, “A Damn Fine Mixture”, which came out this past October via the band’s own label 60 Grit Records.

Dead On A Friday (melodic punk) stream new album “Thanks For Nothing”

NYC melodic punk band Dead On A Friday have officially released a full album stream of their new record entitled “Thanks for Nothing” and you can check it out below.

“Thanks For Nothing” is the bands sophomore full length album which was released May 21 , courtesy of Oakland based VLE Records.

Allout Helter stream new song “Ruins”

Denver melodic punks Allout Helter are streaming their new song ”Ruins”. You can listen to it below.

“Ruins” is the title track from Allout Hetler’s upcoming EP, which is due for release on July 3rd, and will serve as the follow-up to their 2013 debut album Sinking, We Regress.