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Double Negative (Skate-Punk) stream new single “Alien” from upcoming album “The Day The Dark Won”

UK skate-punk act Double Negative are streaming a new single from their upcoming album “The Day The Dark Won’. The track is called “Alien” and you can give it a listen below.

The album is almost complete and will be released on Felony Records.

The band’s last release was “When We’re Gone” back in August 2016.



Poison Alley (Hungarian skatepunk) stream new EP

Fans of melodic hardcore, today is your lucky day: Poison Alley, out of Hungary, have released their 3rd EP Flowers of Evil. Check out a stream here.

4 tracks of chunky, harsh Peavey 5150 thickness, with melody and heaviness to boot.

The band’s last release, Break Away, Cast Away, Fade Away was released last August. 



Introducing A Thousand Times (Brazil, skatepunk)

From the mean streets of Brazil, and seemingly from an alternate reality Tony Hawk Pro Skater soundtrack, come Brazilian skatepunks A Thousand Times. Check out a stream of their new album below.

The music is tight, aggressive and fun…with obvious nods to 90’s hardcore influences like Pennywise and Ten Foot Poll/Pulley. Standout tracks for me were “All In One” and “Stage Invaders”, songs that feel contemporary while still sounding as though they would be at home in an obscure 90’s skateboard video.

The self-titled release is the band’s first LP; with a digital EP released through the band’s Bandcamp page. Download a copy and get a t shirt featuring the absolutely bitching album art here.



DS Exclusive: Sombulance (UK Skate Punk) Premieres New EP, Lifers

After a seven year hiatus, legendary UK skate punkers, Sombulance have returned with a brand new EP! The album, entitled Lifer, is due out on August 4th via heavyweight punk label Lockjaw Records but we got our hands on it a day early and it rips! When asked about the release, founding member and guitarist, Ant Harrison explained “We’re excited and relieved to finally be releasing new music, and doing so through our friend’s label Lockjaw Records. We’ve actually been sitting on this EP for a while because it was written in the context of full length but it made sense to record our six strongest songs to release for our Punk Rock Holiday appearance.” Well lucky reader, today you’re the direct beneficiary of that decision because we’re premiering all six, strong songs exclusively here at Dying Scene! So, enough reading, get to streamin’, below!

The quartet’s last release was 2010’s debut full length, A Cynic’s Response.



Gibberish (Skate-Punk) stream two new songs “Vans and Floors” and “Apathy”

Italian/Japanese/American skate punk band Gibberish are streaming two new songs: “Vans and Floors” and “Apathy”. You can listen to them below.

The songs are from an upcoming album but as of yet there are no details on when it will be released or what the album title will be.



Sombulance stream track “Downfall” from upcoming EP

South Coast UK skate punks Sombulance are currently streaming “Downfall,” the newest track from their upcoming EP. You can listen to it below.

The EP, titled Lifer, is set to be released on August 4. Lifer is the band’s first release since their 2010 debut full length, A Cynic’s Response.



Introducing Feed The Cat (skate punk)

Skate punk lives on and strong, in France. Feed The Cat, a 4 piece rapid-fire skate punk band from Toulouse are streaming their song, “Ghosts On Our Way”, off of their record Never Press Rewind, ExceptCheck out the song below.



Sombulance (UK punk) stream new single “Lifer”

Hailing from Portsmouth, UK skate punkers Sombulance create dark, melodic punk rock anthems you can skate to, plan the downfall of the state or relax with a fine red wine and contemplate your day. Check out the stream of the title track off of their upcoming LP “Lifer” below



The Human Project release new track “What We Always Do”

UK technical melodic hardcore quartet The Human Project have released a new track on Bandcamp. “What We Always Do” came out last week – the first new track since 2013’s full length “Origins”.

You can listen to “What We Always Do” below.



Sombulance to release new EP “Lifer”

South Coast UK skate punks Sombulance return with the release of their forthcoming EP “Lifer” this Friday (Aug 4th). It’s the first new music the band has released since their 2010 debut full length, ‘A Cynic’s Response’. The EP is out on Lockjaw Records.

“We’re excited and relieved to finally be releasing new music, and doing so through our friends label Lockjaw Records” exclaimed founding member and guitarist, Ant Harrison. “We’ve actually been sitting on this EP for a while because it was written in the context of full length, but it made sense to record our six strongest songs to release for our Punk Rock Holiday appearance.”

EP details – and accompanying tour dates – below.



SLED (melodic hardcore) streaming two new songs off upcoming album “A Better You”

Florida melodic hardcore punk band SLED have released two songs off of their upcoming record, A Better You. The two songs, “Connect the Network” and “Wrong”, are part of the band’s upcoming 10-track full-length. The album will be the band’s first, despite playing tours and festivals around the world. The band has a fluctuating lineup, with the main members being Garrett Wadford (guitar), Micheal Fitzgerald (Fitzy) on Vocals, Matt Phillips (guitar), Lane Pittman (bass) and Kyle Helm (drums). Fill in members include Justin VanWestbroek of Guttermouth, Will Frazier of Whole Wheat Bread, Luis Martinez of La Armada and Simo Perini of Guttermouth/This Is A Standoff.

You can listen to the songs below.



Carrusel (skate punk) stream new EP “Posterity Now!”

San Jose, Costa Rica skate punks Carrusel are now streaming their new EP, “Posterity Now!”

According to drummer Benjamin Gerry, the EP is “a more mature EP due to it’s process which wasn’t as straightforward as the Departure Lounge. We wanted to make the riffs tighter; keeping the same line with the lyrics, but without losing the quick and aggressive style that characterizes us. The art was pretty different since we worked all together in the collage with old magazines; it was fun. It also has an emotive aspect as it came out just a year after the first EP and it motivates us to keep on making new music and have a good time.” 

The EP is a follow up to their first EP, the Departure Lounge.

Check out “Posterity Now!” below.



Sled (Formerly Pinhole Down) stream new single “Wrong” from upcoming album “A Better You”

Jacksonville skate-punks Sled are streaming a new song from their upcoming album “A Better You”. The track is called “Wrong” and you can check it out below.

The LP will be released on September 15th via Bird Attack Records and will be the band’s first full length album. You can pre-order your copy on July 28th from their bandcamp page.



360 FLIP (Skate-Punk) stream new album “Peace on Earth?”

Venice skate-punk act 360 FLIP are streaming their new album “Peace On Earth?” Check it out below.

“Peace On Earth?” was released on June 25th.



Fat Mike Presents Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival Featuring NOFX, Flogging Molly, Bad Religion

Created from the mind and liver of NOFX‘s frontman Fat Mike, the Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival will debut in the Western U.S. this fall with five special events featuring the best in punk rock music and regional craft beer.

Named for NOFX’s classic Punk In Drublic album, which has sold over one million copies, Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival launches September 16 in Tacoma, WA, with stops in Boise, ID, Concord, CA, Sacramento, CA, and Huntington Beach, CA. NOFX will co-headline each date of Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival alongside Flogging Molly in some markets and Bad Religion in others​, and every show will also feature four other​ bands. Look for full details to be announced in August at www.PunkInDrublicFest.com.

Each Punk In Drublic festival date will feature up to four hours of craft beer tastings with over 100 craft beers, including some of the West Coast’s best and local favorites. Craft beer tastings are included with admission. Festival hours will be Noon – 9:00 PM.

Fat Mike has joined forces with premier music event producer/promoter Synergy Global Entertainment and respected craft beer event production powerhouse Brew Ha Ha Productions for the festival. In addition, to celebrate Punk In Drublic, Fat Mike teamed up with craft beer pioneers Stone Brewing to brew their very own Stone & NOFX Punk in Drublic Hoppy Lager, which will be available in cans only in the festival markets. This collaboration is a huge show of support by Stone, as it marks the first time ever that Stone has worked with a musician for a can release. They’ve even included the festival tour dates on the back of each can. This is a first-of-its-kind level of commitment from a brewery partner for a festival tour.

When asked how Stone & NOFX Punk in Drublic Hoppy Lager tastes, Fat Mike says, “It’s something to wash the noise away.” However, other slogans offered by Mike that were quickly turned down by Stone included, “It’s the beer of champagnes” and finally, “They say you can’t get beer from a stone…oh shit, we just did!”

“We know we’re crazy for letting Fat Mike in our brewery, but we’re doing it anyway,” says Greg Koch, Stone Brewing co-founder. “We have a lot in common in not only refusing to follow the status quo, but actively rejecting it. I have incredible respect for what he and Fat Wreck Chords have done for the independent music scene. Craft beer is currently in a similar open-your-eyes-to-the-man’s-corporate-obfuscation battle. Is independent craft beer punk rock? Very. And even more so now with this collab. See you in the pit!”

Cameron Collins, Co-Founder & Director of Events at Brew Ha Ha Productions explains, “Craft beer and punk rock are cut from the same cloth. Small, independent, and up against some big challenges: taking on BIG BEER, and local bands determined to do it their way, despite what might make them a quick buck. Punk In Drublic throws off the mantle of the ordinary to create an event unlike any other…a perfect pairing of craft beer and punk rock!”

Catch the Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival “stumbling through a town near you”:

Saturday, September 16 – Tacoma, WA – America’s Car Museum (on sale Friday, July 28)
Sunday, September 17 – Boise, ID – Ford Idaho Center Amphitheater (on sale Friday, July 28)
Saturday, October 14 – Concord, CA – Concord Pavilion (on sale Friday, August 11)
Sunday, October 15 – Sacramento, CA – Bonney Field (on sale Friday, August 11)
Saturday, October 28 – Huntington Beach, CA – Bolsa Chica State Park (on sale Friday, September 1)

The Saturday, September 16 (Tacoma) and Sunday, September 17 (Boise) Punk In Drublic shows will feature performances from NOFX, Bad Religion, Goldfinger, Less Than Jake, Bad Cop / Bad Cop and more. Tickets for these two shows go on sale Friday, July 28 at 10:00 AM local time at www.PunkInDrublicFest.com.

General Admission and VIP tickets for the Tacoma and Boise shows are priced as follows. Ticket details for other dates will be announced in August. All tickets include craft beer tasting and access to view the music stage for attendees 21 years or older.

General Admission: starting at $39
Early Entry + VIP Lounge: $99
Early Entry + VIP Lounge + Meet & Greet: $199

VIP Tickets include access to a VIP Entry Lane and VIP Lounge, with:
– Exclusive craft beer tastings
– VIP viewing area of the stage
– Private restrooms
– VIP cash bar
– One hour early entry for craft beer tastings (for those 21+), starting at 12:00 PM