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Counterfeit detail debut album “Together We Are Stronger”

London rockers Counterfeit are to release their debut album “Together We Are Stronger” on 17th March, via Xtra Mile Recordings. The band are streaming advance track “For The Thrill Of It” now, which you can listen to below, along with reading details about the album.



Deforesters stream new track “What Do You Want On Your Tombstone?” ahead of new LP

Toronto punks Deforesters will release their debut album, “Leonard”, on February 25th through Black Numbers Records. It will serve as a follow-up to their 2016 self-titled EP. They are streaming advance track “What Do You Want On Your Tombstone?” now.

You can listen to the track over at Aux and see album details below.



Crusades (punk, Canada) taking preorders for new LP “This is a sickness and sickness will end”

Canada’s Crusades are now taking preorders of their soon to be released LP entitled This Is A Sickness And Sickness Will End. The official date for the record to drop is March 7th, 2017.

Along with the preorder, the band have announced a short stint of tour dates for UK fans. You can check out the list below.

 

 

 

 

 



Morning Glory donate new track to tribute album “Long Live Revolution Rock: A Tribute to Cole Michael Plummer”

Morning Glory have responded to requests to provide a track for a tribute to a late fan. Tommy Smith of No Time Records contacted the band after he had the idea to put out a compilation of bands that meant something to his friend who passed away following a freak accident. The track that Morning Glory have provided is previously unreleased and can be enjoyed along with the rest of the release below.

This is a really sweet gesture from No Time Records so definitely show some support and pick a copy up of “Long Live Revolution Rock: A Tribute to Cole Michael Plummer”, if you like what you hear.



CJ Ramone announces new album, “American Beauty”

Former Ramones bass player CJ Ramone has announced details of his latest solo album!

Entitled American Beauty, the album will mark Ramone’s third solo full-length, following 2014’s Last Chance To Dance and 2012’s Reconquista. It’s due out on St. Patrick’s Day (March 17th, obviously), and like it’s predescessors, it’ll be released by Fat Wreck Chords. For the dozen-song album, Ramone was joined by a pretty awesome backing band consisting of Steve Soto and Dan Root of the Adolescents and Pete Sosa of Street Dogs. Also featured are reported guest appearances by Mariachi El Bronx‘s horn section and (personal favorite) Kate Eldridge of Big Eyes.

Stay tuned for more info on the album and subsequent touring cycles as it becomes available!

 



Get Dead perform “Monte Carlo,” “Shook” and “$1000 Bender” on Bridge City Sesisons

During a recent trip through the Pacific Northwest, the Bay Area’s Get Dead performed three songs for the upstart Portland-based Bridge City Sessions. Head below to check out their performances of “Monte Carlo,” “Shook” and “$1000 Bender.”

“Monte Carlo” and “Shook” appear on Get Dead’s most recent album, Honesty Lives Elsewhere, which was released last year on Fat Wreck Chords and is one of the best releases of 2016 according to a handful of your friendly neighborhood Dying Scene staffers. “$1000 Bender” appears on their pre-Fat (2010) self-titled album.



OC45 premiere new song “Titled,” announce U.S. tour dates

Boston’s OC45 is at it again.  After hearing their scorching EP Burn It in March of 2015, we’re getting geared up for a new release from them, and you should be, too.  You can check out the new song “Titled,” as well as OC45’s upcoming tour dates, below.

The song, which is borne out of the frustration and furor of the political scene of the past year, talks about not being satisfied with what we’re given, with a chorus of “Fuck that, we won’t go quietly.”

You can pick up a copy of the new album, Happy Accidents, when it’s released on January 27th, but in the meantime you can check out their back catalogue here.  OC45 tours pretty prolifically, and they put on a show that you really can’t miss.  Lucky for you, they’re playing a ton of dates throughout the U.S. (and even a few dates on Mexico!) starting next month, so go check them out.



Pegboy, Mean Jeans added to Don’t Panic festival

Another round of bands have now been added to the lineup for the inaugural Don’t Panic festival, including Chicago punks Pegboy, Portland pop punks Mean Jeans, and Chad Price (Drag The River/ALL). Check out the updated festival poster below.

The festival is set for February 17th-18th in Denver. The shows were organized locally as a not-for-profit music festival to showcase the best of Colorado’s music scene, plus some national acts. Find more information, including how to get your tickets, right here.



Anti-Flag debut new music video for “Death Of A Nation”

Anti-Flag have just released a new music video for their song, “Death Of A Nation.” Watch the video below.

Also below, read a message from the band about why they chose this song as the first release off their upcoming album, Live Volume 1. The album is due out on January 20th. Pre-order your copy here (North America, Australia, Asia), or here (UK/EU).

Anti-Flag’s latest studio album, American Spring, was released in 2015 through Spinefarm Records.



Dagger play release video for “One Mile Town”

Helsinki, Finland’s Daggerplay have released a video for their song “One Mile Town,” and you can watch it below.

The hook-laden punk & roll track will appear on Daggerplay’s upcoming release, which is yet to be named.  The album should be out in the spring of 2017, and we’ll keep you posted on that.

In addition to the Forest Hills EP that the band released in 2014, you can find their debut full-length Urban Campfire Songs here.



Daydream premieres video for “Let It Be”

Bay Area pop-punks Daydream have a new video out for the song “Let It Be,” and you can watch it below.  The video starts out with an interview with the band, before launching into the song.

“Let It Be” is the third of four songs on the band’s Promise You EP, which was released last March.



Straightline (skate-punk) will release new album on February 10th

Munich skate-punks Straightline will release their new album, called Vanishing Values, on February 10th via Bird Attack.  If you want a little preview, you can check out the new track “Not Afraid” below, and download it here.

Straightline last released the Alteration of the Rules EP in June 2014.



Music Video: Squarecrow – “Sarasota”

California punks Squarecrow has released a music video for their song “Sarasota.”

You can check it out below.

“Sarasota” comes from the bands’ latest album Rammi Jamms, which was released on May 27th on CD/digital download through La Escalera Records.



Lyric Video: Crusades – “1590 (Swiftness Never Ceasing)”

Ottawa’s Crusades have released a lyric video for their new song “1590 (Swiftness Never Ceasing)”

You can check it out here.

“1590 (Swiftness Never Ceasing)” comes from the bands upcoming album This is a Sickness and Sickness Will End, which is set to be released on March 7th jointly through the band’s own label Countless Altars (Canada/Europe) and Anxious & Angry (USA).



Lineup announced for this year’s Rocklahoma

Organizers have announced the 11th annual Rocklahoma festival, which will take place at “Catch the Fever” Festival Grounds in Pryor, Oklahoma, just outside Tulsa, on the weekend of May 26th-28th, 2017.

Nearly a hundred bands will be performing at the three-day festival, including the likes of The Offspring, Suicidal Tendencies, The Cult, Taking Back SundayPierce the Veil and Norma Jean as well as bands that we don’t cover on Dying Scene, such as Soundgarden, Def Leppard, Ratt, Buckcherry, Stone Sour and Seether. For the rest of the lineup, see the poster above or visit Rocklahoma’s official website, where you can purchase your tickets.