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Wonk Unit release music video for new single “Je M’appelle Alex”

The lads in UK punk act Wonk Unit have released a music video for “Je M’appelle Alex”, the first single to be taken from the upcoming “Mr Splashy” album due for release in early 2016 on TNSrecords. The track will be released on 6th May to coincide with a 2 night residency of The Scala with their touring companions and close friends SLAVES.  Check out the video below.

The band’s latest album “Nervous Racehorse” was released in early 2014.



World War IX (punk) release music video for “Exhibit AA” off upcoming EP “If One Of These Bottles Should Fall”

NYC punk band World War IX will be releasing a brand new EP/comic book titled “If One Of These Bottles Should Fall” on May 12th and to get you fired up they’ve released a music video for “Exhibit AA”, one of the tunes.  You can check it out along with the band’s upcoming tour dates below.



Podcast: Dying Scene Radio ep. #13 (The Regressives)

This week on Dying Scene Radio, Bob and Bobby speak with Joe Piglet – frontman for New York City punk act, The Regressives. After two years in the making, the group has just released their self-titled debut record – which The Bobs give two grubby little thumbs up. Bobby and Joe discover that they used to live in the same neighborhood on Staten Island, which Bobby deems a cesspool. Not to be outdone, Bob admits to living in an “Historic District” of Tampa, surrounded by low-income housing and plush, manicured lawns.

The Bobs discuss their very first quarterly review, which just so happens to land appropriately on lucky episode number thirteen. After a well-deserved tongue lashing by Dying Scene Chief Editor, Johnny X, the pair devise some ways of making the show more entertaining and professional, and boost job confidence. Bob, the consummate sycophant, adapts quickly to the recent revamp of the Dying Scene website, and proclaims his admiration for all the changes.

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THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST
Millencolin – Egocentric Man
The Sound Collapse – Bad Night For Bingo
Clipwing – Watch Me For The Changes
The Briggs – Seriously, How Old Are You
Red City Radio – Rest Easy
The Regressives – Interview Pt 1
The Regressives – Lt. Pigott (We Salute You)
The Nailheads – Guinea Pig
Agnostic Front – A Wise Man
Tom DeLonge – Circle-Jerk Pit
Avenues – Creeper
Legendary Divorce – Easy



Wisdom In Chains (hardcore) stream new song “Violent Americans”

Pennsylvania hardcore band Wisdom In Chains have premiered a new song titled “Violent Americans” off their forthcoming new album The God Rhythm and you can give it a listen below.

“The God Rythm” is slated for release June 30 through Fast Break! Records.



Banner Pilot release music video for “Dead Tracks”

Minneapolis punks Banner Pilot have released a music video for their song “Dead Tracks,” taken from 2014′s Souvenir. You can check the video out below.

Souvenir was released last April through Fat Wreck Chords. Banner Pilot’s currently touring Europe, and they have been working on a follow-up to the album for a few months now.



Jack Grisham (TSOL) and Susan Dynner (Punk’s Not Dead) start film Kickstarter

Jack Grisham from California punk band T.S.O.L. and Susan Dynner from Punk’s Not Dead have teamed up to make a short film based on the song “Code Blue” from T.S.O.L.’s album Dance With Me. The film is being funded on Kickstarter, and the band has some awesome ideas to give back to those who donate, which you can do here.



Great Lakes USA stream new song “Shaking Hands”

Boston-area punk band Great Lakes USA are streaming their new song “Shaking Hands” off of their upcoming album “Stumblin’ Distance” which is set to drop June 1st. Check it out below.

“Stumbling Distance” will be put out through Coffeebreath And Heartache (they will be handling vinyl) & Black Numbers (CD & Digital).

The band’s latest album “Live Fast, Die Whenever” was released on November 6,  2012 through Black Numbers.



Damn Broads release new video for “Nature of the Game”

The female-lead punk band from Connecticut Damn Broads have released a new music video for their song “Nature of the Game” and you can check it out below.

The video is a BlankTV world premiere and comes off of their most recent album “Guilty As Charged”.



Swingin Utters parts ways with drummer Greg McEntee

California punk stalwarts Swingin’ Utters have announced that their drummer, Greg McEntee will be parting ways with the band.

Greg has released the following statement:

Since forming the Swingin’ Utters with friends in the 80’s, I’ve spent most of my life playin’ in the band. So with a heavy heart I announce that I’m leaving. It’s been an incredible journey. I’ve traveled and played music around the world with friends. I’ve met, played with and became friends with some of my most admired musicians. As a kid, music helped me to survive and it was always my dream to tour the world. I appreciate the life I was given and was able to share it with the Utters. To my friends Johnny Bonnel and Darius Koski, words fail me. We three have been to hell and back. We remained the core of the Utters and are survivors. To Jack Dalrymple, Miles Peck, all Utters past and present, the decades of fans’ support, Mike, Erin, all at Fat Wreck Chords, Stormy and Leave Home Booking, I thank you fer all you’ve done and I got nothin’ but love fer y’all. Wherever my musical journey takes me next I hope to see y’all and continue our friendships. Peace & love.

Swingin’ Utters last released Fistful of Hollow in 2014 through Fat Wreck Chords. The album served as a follow-up to 2013′s Poorly Formed.



Gutless streams demo EP, premieres video for “Paraphernalia”

Gainesville, Florida’s Gutless are streaming their demo EP, and have premiered the video for their song “Paraphernalia”.

You can check out both below.

The band is slated to record an EP this summer.



DS Photo Gallery: Chapter Eleven Records takes over Catalyst (Custom Fit, Rile 9 Collective, Roadside Bombs, Bobby Hollywood & The Quitters) Santa Cruz

This past Friday I packed up my car early and headed down Highway 1 for a leisurely day in Santa Cruz before a rowdy night of street punk and Oi! at the Catalyst. Chapter Eleven Records was taking over the venue for the night, showcasing four bands on their roster – Bobby Hollywood & The Quitters, Rile 9 Collective, The Roadside Bombs, and Custom Fit. Living in San Francisco, it’s not that often that I take the trek down to Santa Cruz (a trip I frequented much more whilst living in San Jose), so when I got the invite, I was super excited for a day of beach, sun, booze, friends, punk, and dancing.

Bobby Hollywood & The Quitters opened the night with energy and grit right off the bat. Fast, driving guitar and snares paired with classic raspy vocals made this newcomer an instant fan. As the opener, the band didn’t get as many fans dancing as hoped, but the music definitely merits a little bouncing around. Have a listen to a couple of their songs here.

LA-based streetpunks Rile 9 Collective were next, with drummer/vocalist Frankie Loyal taking center stage. I had never seen the guys perform before, but have been a huge fan since their 2014 seven-inch “To Walk In Truth”, and was definitely excited for what was to come. Many bands don’t have a drummer as their lead singer, but Rile 9 is not just any other band – they hark back to a time when guitars rang out like sirens, snares like machine guns, and fog hung over daily struggle. For the first time in the band’s history, Frankie’s father came out to see a show, and of course what followed was the obligatory “My Father’s Son”. It’s a great song and it was nice to see old-timers checking out what the whippersnappers are doing making all that ruckus. For the last couple songs Frankie enlisted the help of Custom Fit drummer/his fiancee Ramona Montgomery to continue on percussion so he could come from behind the drums and join the audience with mic in hand. Really standout performance. You can listen to “To Walk In Truth” here.

I’ve seen The Roadside Bombs once or twice before, and it seems they get better every time. Or maybe I’m just drunker. The music is kinda rocky, but has this ’77 sound mixed with garage and a definite West Coast vibe. Vocalist Ben Coleman is all over the stage, wearing his heart on sleeve, and the ripping guitars drive the whole thing along. Throw in some gang vocals and you got yourself one hell of a show. The band last released their 2014 album “My Side of Town”, which you can listen to here.

It was like deja-vu as Custom Fit took to the stage to round out the night. It seems like just yesterday when I saw them back in February, jamming alongside Suede Razors and Workin’ Stiffs. I really enjoy seeing this band live, and while they may not dance around and get as crazy as other bands out there, the music does enough to lift fans and newcomers alike off their feet. They’re always on point and vocalist Sabi Kendrick represents that classic, somewhat rare, female Oi! sound. You can have a listen to one of my favorite songs, “Combat” here, which it seems they never end a show without playing. I am not complaining in the slightest. The band is getting ready to release a split with longtime friends Custom Fit, so be keep checking back for updates as they become available.

Big thanks to Ian, Ben, and all of Chapter Eleven for a great night with amazing people.

Have a look at all of the photos from the night’s sets below.



Choke Up announce summer tour dates with Ma Jolie

Boston punks Choke Up have announced they will be touring the east coast and Midwest with Philadelphia’s Ma Jolie this summer. All of the dates and locations can be found below.

Choke Up’s new album Bad Coffee, Bad Habits was released in February through Black Numbers. Ma Jolie last released Polars in 2013 through Lame-O Records.



Tenement announce double album; stream new song

Wisconsin punk act Tenement have announced that they will be releasing a double album, Predatory Headlights, this year. The 25-track, 80 minute album will be released on June 2, 2015 through Don Giovanni Records, and you can get your first taste of the album, via the album’s first single “Dull Joy,” below.

Tenement released a compilation album, Bruised Music Volume One on March 10, 2015, as a joint release between Grave Mistake Records and Toxic Pop Records.



Castoff stream new EP

San Diego skate punks Castoff  have released a stream of their upcoming EP, Lines and Passages. You can check it out here.

Castoff will release Lines and Passages on April 28, 2015 via Bandcamp as a pay-what-you-want download. Physical versions will be handled jointly by Morning Wood Records and Bird Attack Records.



…And Out Come The New Designs!

BEHOLD!  A new DS design!  With BLACK TEXT ON A WHITE BACKGROUND!  Yes, there are a couple dozen little things we need to clean up and fix still (our next coding session is in 2 weeks) but we wanna know what you think so far.

How do you like the new design? (vote and leave more feedback in the comments!)

  • It's f'ing bad ass!
  • It's better than the old version but still sorta sucks.
  • I liked the old version better.

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