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Toronto rockers Dead Broke are recently released a brand new EP. The 3-track release titled, Nice Words, is a blend of bands like The Bronx and Queens of the Stone Age, with live antics that kick back all the way to the classic 70s punk era.
Along with the release is a brand new music video for the first track off of the EP, “Moss Park.”
You can listen to the entire EP along with the video clip below.
Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at 10:15 PM (PST) by Operation Rescue
Boston’s veteran rebel rousers and venerable punk rockers, Street Dogs, have posted an update from the studio, featuring Boston rapper Slaine.
From the band’s Facebook: “Back in the studio working on our new album and we had the honor of working with our good friend Slaine“
No word yet on a release date or any details for this new record, but Dying Scene will keep you all posted.
Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at 8:33 PM (PST) by Daron
I don’t know about you, but I could use some good news. Oh shit, I have some! SoCal’s CHASER has officially announced a comeback. Mike tells us that they’ll be writing a new album and playing shows very soon. He went on to say,
“Fans can expect upcoming shows and new material, returning to our original style of playing fast and energetic melodic punk rock. Stay tuned and please share and spread the word!!”
If you’re not familiar with their work or need a refresher, head on over to their bandcamp page and check out their material. Nothing is more than five bucks. I’m such a swell gentleman that I’m gonna drop the stream for their pay-what-you-want “Garage Years: Unreleased and Out of Print Songs” below!
Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at 8:03 PM (PST) by Daron
Montreal’s folk-infused punks Bucky Harris have released “Ruckus” from their upcoming record “In Sheep’s Clothing.” The song is a folked-out version of the same song from their July 2016 “Three Wolves” album.
Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at 7:37 PM (PST) by Daron
Hungarian old-school pop-punks Bankrupt have released “Sid and Nancy Do NYC” and its lyric video. If you’re a fan of the Ramones, Teenage Bottlerocket, the Manges, or Sid Vicious, this is for you.
Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at 7:13 PM (PST) by Daron
Orlando’s Swift Knuckle Solution have released the title track off their upcoming EP, “With a Knife.”
Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at 6:54 PM (PST) by Daron
Chicago punks Modern Day Rippers have unleashed their new album, “Doing the Lord’s Work.” If you’re in Chicago, you can still catch their record release show at Reggie’s at 7:30.
Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at 4:54 PM (PST) by steve_kingston
New Jersey punks Night Birds have announced some East coast and Midwest shows that are scheduled for late September and October. These will be the band’s last shows of 2017 and then they will be taking their recently-announced break from touring. You can check out the tour dates below.
Night Birds last released Mutiny at Muscle Beach in 2015 via Fat Wreck Chords. You can see the list of shows below.
Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at 4:12 PM (PST) by steve_kingston
Anti-System formed in 1981 and released their debut EP “Defence Of The Realm” in 1983. The band broke up but reformed in 2014. The 5 track EP is the band’s first release since getting back together and was released via Boss Tuneage.
The band will begin touring soon, kicking off on August 26th at It’s Not Dead Fest playing alongside Rancid, Buzzcocks and OFF! You can check out the rest of the tour dates below.
Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at 9:45 AM (PST) by Shane Dover
“Invitation” is taken from the band’s recent split release with Boxer Joy. The split was released on July 21st, and you can listen to it below the video.
Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at 9:44 AM (PST) by Joe Grimm
Eventually everything comes to pass, even we as humans will reach the inevitable end and have to face our own mortality…I have often wondered if it would be better to go quickly and silently without any notice of my own end. Or if it would be better to know ahead of time and be able to get all of my affairs in order, say good bye to all my loved ones, enjoy the pleasures of my favorite meals or films one last time and I don’t know maybe have one last party before my eventual demise.
Bands for the most part break up or give up after an internal dispute over art, or money or some personality conflict. And although it may not always come as a surprise to the band members themselves it often is a surprise to the world and to the fans. Well this Saturday I was able to witness a spectacle of punk rock love and brotherhood few have ever been able to experience…After over fifteen years of cross country tours, numerous lineup changes, on stage fistfights, and hundreds of drunken booze soaked practices and shows the boys from Two Fisted Law decided to call it quits in early spring of this year. Professionals that they were they kept every date they had booked on their calendar during 2017 and added one more…The Official Final Show which could not be held in their hometown of Danbury Connecticut due to the closing of their local venues Cousin Larry’s and The Heirloom Arts Theater so was held in neighboring New Milford Connecticut at the surprisingly large and well equipped Fast Eddies Billiards.
Upon arrival I was able to catch the last few frantically fast paced songs by Danbury locals and longtime Two Fisted Law friends Social Standards. The speed and aggression of their front man made me kick myself for missing most of the set and reminded me of my own mantra about always checking out every band at a show.
Next up in the lineup was a crowd favorite The Jukebox Romantics who quickly whipped everyone into a frenzy with front man Mike Terry screaming anthemic vocals to an audience of well-versed fans who sang along to every song while shaking fists into the air while slamming into one another…between songs the band would crack jokes and trade insults while sharing Two Fisted Law stories with the audience, this performance alone was worth the hour and a half drive I had to get to New Milford for this show.
After The Jukebox Romantics left the stage Asbury Park New Jersey’s Lost In Society who have just completed a tour with Face To Face and soon leave for tour with Unwritten Law took the stage and unleashed a super tight set of fast paced pop punk songs that again had the entire place dancing and singing along song after song as front man Zach Moyle leaped all over the stage like a man possessed…It was a truly exceptional performance and I can see why these guys are so popular at the moment.
After Lost In Society had finished the feel of anticipation grew as did the crowd which pushed out of the band area of the venue and crept into the main bar and pool playing sections of the club. In attendance was a who’s who of Northeastern punk bands including members of Damn Broads, Cry Havoc, Enziguri, The Lost Riots and others I’m sorry I recognized but could not identify.
It was now about 11:45 pm Two Fisted Law took the stage and current front man Lance thanked everyone for coming out and thanked the band for having them adopt him into the family and the set began…it was tight it was loud and it was fast as they blazed through song after song Lance screaming into the microphone as if his head was about to burst right off of his neck.
In between every other song Lance or Kyle would tell a little anecdote from a past show, or share some love for someone in the room, they thanked the opening acts all of whom have shared in the long and proud history of Two Fisted Law both on and off the stage. Then maybe 25-30 minutes in Lance invited Big Jym the previous and longtime front man up on stage to do a duet, and both men laid into 3-4 songs together the crowd going completely insane then Lance left the stage and the show continued on with Big Jym singing more fan favorites, another pause and the original drummer Matt Rosenzweig, original bassist Dave Haug and original Guitarist Ricky Foster took the stage with much adulation from the crowd of longtime fans they all shared a couple of jokes and insults back and forth and then Ricky sang a never before performed on stage song from the very first inception of the band from some 15-16 years ago before they all went back into the full show with Jym on vocals and the old lineup still in place the band rocked for over two hours in total playing possibly every song off of every release they had done…and in the end every member got on stage including once short term member Mike Terry of the Jukebox Romantics. Kyle Trocolla then again gave a short thank you speech to all in attendance and explained how the song Late Nights And Bar Fights Was indeed written for, and about, every fan who ever made it to any of their shows, they all shared a shot of whiskey and saluted one another and the crowd and then they all…5 Guitarists, 2 bassists, 2 drummers on 2 drum kits, and 2 front men all playing and singing in unison belted out that song. And they tore the house down…I have seen many great shows, I have seen many touching moments on stage, and I will say that as of today this one song at this one show, with everyone onstage playing their hearts out, and managing with all the booze and emotion to be so fucking tight and deliver the wall of sound that they delivered with that many people on stage playing together was bar none one of the greatest moments in punk rock history and I only which everyone in our world was able to experience that one song…It was truly the thing legends are made of.
R.I.P. Two Fisted Law.
Check out photos from the show by Just Vibe below.
Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at 9:13 AM (PST) by Shane Dover
“In The Middle Of It All” is taken from the band’s upcoming full-length release titled As You Please. The album is set to be released on October 6th through Run For Cover Records, you can find pre-orders here.