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The Menzingers are the latest guests on Mike Herrera’s podcast

The Menzingers are the latest guests on the Mike Herrera Hour podcast. The MxPx man chats to Tom May and Joe Godino from the band on episode 220 of the show. 

You can listen to this episode – and the entire back catalogue of shows – on Mike Herrera’s website.



Spanish Love Songs announce October dates (including Fest)

Los Angeles punks Spanish Love Songs are to tour throughout October, culminating in their appearance at Fest. The band play a series of dates in the west before heading over there at the end of the month. Support for all dates is the UK’s Ducking Punches.

Full details of the tour are below.



Hightower (melodic punk, France) stream new album “Club Dragon”

Parisian melodic punks Hightower are allowing fans to stream their latest full-length release. The record is called Club Dragon and it comprises of ten tracks of high-octane punk with buckets of melody. Check it out below.

Club Dragon is the second full album from the band. Their previous was the 2014 release, Sure. Fine. Whatever.



The Hotelier announce US and European tours

Massachusetts’ The Hotelier have announced a string of US headline dates in November. The tour supports are Oso Oso and Alex Napping. Full details of the tour are below.

The band then head over to mainland Europe and the UK for a few shows – details of those gigs are below too.



Rocket From The Crypt announce UK/Ireland Tour

San Diego act, Rocket From The Crypt have announced some tour dates for the UK and Ireland, check them  out below.

While the band hasn’t produce a new album since 2002 (That album was “Live From Camp X-Ray” off Vagrant Records) they got back together in 2013.



Rarig’s Kid (punk) announce EP “Baba Yaga”

Boston punk act Rarig’s Kid have announced an EP “Baba Yaga”. You can give it a listen below.

The band had some things to say about the Trump presidency, and took to their Facebook page to express themselves:
“When we started writing songs for our follow-up (and first proper) release a year and a half ago, the world was a different place. The specter of a Trump presidency was eerily floating above our heads in the rafters of public discourse, and no one truly believed that it would descend upon us and blow up in our faces. We have an uniquely American four-year airborne toxic event that seems to be quite adept at belying the decency that (arguably) resides within us all, and is spreading across the tiny planet that we, for better or for worse, have inherited from our forebears. With all that being said, this is not an appeal to verbosity, to pretension, or to sanctimony. This is an appeal to the humanity that we all share, perhaps the one thing that cannot be disputed in the forum. Don’t simply weather the storm. Be the new day that breaks upon it.”



From The Tracks stream title track from upcoming album “Get Worse”

Defunct half Scot/half Swede skate-punk act From the Tracks have premiered the title track from their upcoming album Get Worse. You can give the song a listen below.

Get Worse is set to release on October 1st through Less Talk, More Records. The album has been in the works since the band broke up in late 2013.



CJ Ramone announces Japanese shows

Former Ramones bassist CJ Ramone will be playing a handful of shows in Japan later this fall. Check out the tour dates below to see if there’s a show near you.

CJ’s latest album American Beauty was released in March through Fat Wreck Chords.



GBH stream new song “Fifty What?”

UK punk veterans GBH have premiered another track from their upcoming album Momentum. The song’s called “Fifty What?”, and you can check it out below.

Momentum is set to release on November 17th through Hellcat Records. It will be the band’s first LP since 2010’s Perfume and Piss. Head over here to pre-order the album.



Dying Scene Radio Special Edition – It’s Not Dead Fest

In this Special Edition of the new and improved Dying Scene Radio, the boys get out of the city and head out to sweltering San Bernardino, CA for the second annual It’s Not Dead Fest. We told the new hosts that if they came back empty handed, we’d cut their funding and whaddaya know?!? It worked!  Not only did they miraculously pull off an interview with the stalwarts of ska, Buck O Nine, they also managed to somehow dupe canadian pop punk phenoms The Flatliners into talking to them! So congrats, gentlemen! For your herculean efforts your existing budget of $0 will remain in place in perpetuity. Now, get back to work! And you dear listener, enjoy the fruits of their labor! Interviews, a fantastic playlist featuring some of the many incredible acts to play the festival and much, much more, below!



Citizen premiere two more new tracks from “As You Please”

Citizen release their third album, “As You Please”, on October 6th via Run For Cover Records. Following recent video “In The Middle Of It All”, the band are streaming two more tracks, “Fever Days” and “Flowerchild”.

You can listen to the tracks below.



Save Face announce tour dates with Secret Stuff

New Jersey’s indie-punk duo Save Face has just announced a run of tour dates with Secret Stuff while they’re on their way to and from The Fest in Gainseville, FL.

The duo has also just released their EP Folly with Take This to Heart Records.

According to Tyler Povanda, “Folly is meant to personify the way in which we derive our self-worth from anything but one’s self. These songs are an examination of a breakdown in communication, both internally and externally.”  

Check out the dates below.



OC45 announces fall tour dates

Boston punk band OC45 is fresh off of some dates opening for Teenage Bottlerocket, and they are hitting the road again this fall with shows across the South and West.

You can find all of the dates and check out their latest album, Happy Accidentsbelow.



King Of Pigs stream new album “Fear Remains”

Nottingham d.i.y punks King Of Pigs are streaming their new album “Fear Remains”; and it’s bloody good. Give it a listen below.

It is the latest release since 2015’s split with Wail Of Sirens and just like all of their previous releases, provides blisteringly fast and pissed of punk. Not only do they produce good music, but they are a great bunch and one of the best bands coming out of Nottingham at moment in my opinion.

So give them a listen or head over to their bandcamp and buy the record and help keep a great band on the road.



Sonic Boom Six Announce November Tour Dates

Sonic Boom Six have announced UK tour dates for this November. The band are touring in support of their upcoming mini-album “Cardiac Address” which is due out later this month via Rebel Alliance Records. You can check out the dates below.

The band have described their upcoming album as “self-released, self-recorded, self-produced, and D.I.Y” and all of the profits made from pre-orders were used to get the band over to play Warped Tour.