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Fake News (punk) stream new album “EWWWW!”

Gold Coast punks Fake News are streaming their new album, EWWWW!, which was released on August 8th.

You can give it a listen below.

Fake News last released No Walls in January 2018.



Modern Guns (melodic hardcore) streaming new song “Whispered”

Indonesian melodic punks Modern Guns are streaming their new song “Whispered” (Featuring Hun). No word on whether this might be part of a bigger project or an album.

You can check out Modern guns new song below.

This is the first new music from the Indonesian punks since 2016’s The Place Where I Left You. If you’re a fan of Matchbook Romance or 88 Fingers Louie, the guitar riffs are very metal heavy while the lyrics carry the melodic feeling of a Matchbook Romance tune, so if you like either of those guys you’ll enjoy these guys too.



CF98 (Melodic Hardcore, Poland) Re-Release Early Track “B-Eye”

Long-serving Polish melodic hardcore act CF98 have re-released a track from the very start of their career. “B-Eye” was first penned by the five-piece in 2005, however the new version sees the band deliver the tune with a greater sense of urgency. According to the band’s Facebook page, CF98 “ made it as it should sound from the beginning.”

You can listen to the revamped version of “B-Eye” below. Also, if you happen to be at the legendary Punk Rock Holiday festival in Slovenia this week, head over to the American Socks Acoustic Stage to see two fifths of CF98 perform on Tuesday at 18:40.



DS Exclusive: Fair Do’s (Melodic Hardcore, UK) Debut Full-Length “Leopards”

The long awaited debut album from the Manchester-based shred factory that is Fair Do’s comes out on Lockjaw Records tomorrow. However, the band have given DyingScene an exclusive stream of it before it drops.

Leopards will be available on both CD and a brilliantly garish magenta/yellow splatter vinyl. You an order both from Lockjaw Records at this link.

Vocalist and guitarist of Fair Do’s, Danny Cummings, had the following to say about the record:

“We spent a lot of time on demoing and pre-production for this album, we wanted to have everything nailed down before we went into the studio… Essentially, we spent two years writing, 18 months recording, and six months organising the release – with some touring in between.”

Leopards was produced, engineered, and mixed by Dave Boothroyd at Reel Recording Studio in York. Mastering duties were taken care of by Daryl Phenneger of Jacksonville Beach, Florida. Danny commented on the recording process:

“We’ve worked with Dave in the past and he is an absolute master of his art. He knew exactly what we wanted and exactly how to deliver it. We couldn’t be happier! If you’re recording an album and want it clean, loud, crisp and popping, then talk to these guys.”

The album itself is a less-than-subtle fusion of melodic hardcore and metal, which showcases some of the best musicianship in punk rock today. If you’re a fan of fast, shouty noise with pointy metallic edges, Leopards is going to be right up your street.

Check it out before anyone else below!



Winning Streak stream new album “Whichever Path You Take”

Texas melodic punks Winning Streak are now streaming their new album “Whichever Path You Take.” This album is the debut release from these guys since their conception in 2016. Featuring guest appearances by Mike Herrera, Dave Nassie (NUFAN), Eddie Haddad (Eddie Money) and Gunner McGrath (former Much the Same), “Whichever Path You Take” is packing quite a punch. 

Check it out below!



Fake News (punk) stream new song “Lead Balloon”

Gold Coast punks Fake News are streaming their new song “Lead Balloon,” which comes from their upcoming album, EWWWW!, that is set to be released on August 8th.

You can give the song a listen below.

Fake News last released No Walls in January 2018.



Dwellings (melodic) streaming new album “Lavender Town”

Modesto melodic punks Dwellings are streaming their new album Lavender Town. The album was released June 29th through Tragic Hero Records, I was particularly fond of the track “Color of the Cat Tree”.

Give the album a listen below.

This is the début album for the California punks. If you’re a fan of The Weakerthans or Matchbook Romance these guys combine The Weakerthans ability to tell a great story, with the heavy melodic sound of early 2000’s Matchbook Romance.



Winning Streak (melodic) streaming second single off upcoming album “Whichever Path You Take” featuring Mike Herrera (MXPX)

Texas punks Winning Streak are streaming the second single and title track off of their upcoming album Whichever Path You Take. The song features MXPX frontman Mike Herrera and does not disappoint, without a doubt this is one of my most anticipated albums of the summer from a band you may not know. Featuring guest appearances by the aforementioned Mike Herrera, as well as Dave Nassie (NUFAN), Eddie Haddad (Eddie Money) and Gunner McGrath (former Much the Same) this album promises to be full of gems.

Check out the new single below.



The Pariah (melodic) release new video for single “Silent Birds”

German melodic punks The Pariah have released a video for their new single “Silent Birds”. The video features a seemingly depressed fellow wearing a very Charlie Brownesque shirt crushing a table full of snacks, a few bong rips, smoking a few darts and  cheeseburger. Sadly it appears as though our hero succumbs to overeating and his general malaise, which is sad because you can’t help but pull for a guy who may or may not have stolen Chucks only other shirt.

Check out the video below.

This is the first new music from The Pariah since their 2016 début Divided By Choice. These guys remind me of 88 Fingers Louie or Belvedere so if you enjoy either of those bands you’ll no doubt enjoy these guys. 



Winning Streak (melodic) streaming new track “The Black Behind the Stars”

Texas melodic punks Winning streak are streaming the track “The Black Behind the Stars” off of the upcoming album Whichever Path You Take. The track features Gunnar McGrath of Much the Same.

Check out the track below.

This is shaping up to be a pretty stellar record with tracks featuring Mike Herrera (MXPX), Dave Nassie (NUFAN) and Eddie Haddad (Eddie Money) keep your eyes peeled when it’s released July 8th.



Modern Life Is War detail “Tribulation Worksongs” single series

Modern Life Is War have announced an ongoing singles series called “Tribulation Worksongs”, with Volume 1 out now. It features two tracks, “Feels Like End Times” and “Lonesome Valley Ammunitions”, with a video up now for the first track, which you can watch below.

You can buy the 7″ from Deathwish Inc now.



Layman’s Term (Melodic Hardcore, UK) Stream Latest EP “An Invite to the End”

UK-based melodic hardcore act Layman’s Terms are allowing you lot to stream their latest EP. It’s called An Invite to the End and has been released by Dirty Sushi Records.

The record features six tracks of technical melodic hardcore the likes of which will surely delight fans of Strung Out, Propagandhi, or Frenzal Rhomb. Check it out below.



Triples Alley (melodic punk) stream new track “Got To Go”

East Bay melodic punks Triples Alley are streaming their new song “Got To Go.” 

This is the first release since their last track of “90s” that was released in December 2017.

Check out the new song below.

 

 

 

 



Bussieres (Melodic) streaming new album “Sunny Side Up”

Maple syrup loving Montreal based Bussieres are streaming their latest offering Sunny Side Up. Released May 15th via Thousand Island Records, I figure it must be the cold winters and lack of summer that makes our Canadian punk so good.

Do your ears a favor and check this beauty below.

This is the first new release for Bussieres since 2016’s Orange Glow. If you’re a fan of Propagandhi these guys share the same heavy sound.



Bussieres (melodic punks) release video for “Prestige Worldwide”

Montreal melodic punks Bussieres have just released a new video for their track, Prestige Worldwide.”

The track comes off of their new album Sunny Side Up which is set for physical release on May 15th from Thousand Islands Records.

Check out the new video below.