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NOFX, Lagwagon announced for “Fat Wrecked for 25 Years” celebration in Japan

If you’re like some of the more senior members of the Dying Scene staff, your personal foray into this crazy punk rock world overlaps completely with the existence of Fat Wreck Chords. As a result, 2015 is a pretty special year, as it marks a quarter-century since the first Fat Wreck release hit the streets!

To honor the occasion, the Fat Wreck crew will be embarking on what we think will be a series of pretty cool events. The first of those to be announced is being dubbed “Fat Wrecked For Twenty-Five Years,” and conveniently enough features the two very first bands to release albums on Fat Wreck, NOFX and Lagwagon. The gig takes place in Japan on November 23rd. No further information is available for now…but stay tuned! Meanwhile, check out the “Fat Wrecked for 25 Years” announcement video below.



Phinius Gage announce more 2015 tour dates

Last week, we told you that Brighton, England skate punk outfit Phinius Gage will be playing their first hometown show since splitting in 2008 on October 2nd.  The band has just announced that they will also be joining [spunge] and Whitmore on 4 dates leading up to the hometown show.  You can see the details below.

The band released “More Haste More Speed” in 2003, “The Feeling Something’s Wrong” in 2005, “Brighton Rock” in 2006 and “Seek Out Your Foes” in 2007, before splitting soon after. You can download all of their music for free on Bandcamp.



Doghouse (skate punk) stream new EP “Dysfunction”

Serbian skate punk act Doghouse are streaming their new EP Dysfunction in its entirety. You can listen to it below.

Dysfunction is due for release on May 8th, 2015 via Morning Wood Records.



In 2 Months (skate punk) stream new self-titled album

Winnipeg skate punks In 2 Months are streaming their self-titled album in its entirety below.  If you’re into bands like Big Wig I’d definitely give it a listen.

The EP was officially released on February 28th. Head over here if you wanna pick up a copy of the 10-song CD.



Sallys Home stream new album “Melody Station”

Brazilian skate punk act Sallys Home are streaming their new album Melody Station in its entirety. You can listen to it below.

Melody Station was released earlier this month, and serves as the follow-up to their 2013 EP Summer (s)Hit.



Anchors (skate punk) stream new song “Stay Fast”

Melbourne based punk band Anchors have seemingly out of nowhere released a brand new, kick ass song titled “Stay Fast”.  No word on whether or not this song will appear on a proper release but its a great tune and you can give it a listen below.

The band released their last album “Lost At The Bottom Of The World” in 2012.



Millencolin release second “making of” video – “The True Brew Story Part 2″

Swedish skate punk veterans Millencolin have released another video detailing the making of their new album, True Brew. Watch “The True Brew Story Part 2″ below.

The second video in the three-part series includes a listen to part of the title cut from the album.

Millencolin is set to release True Brew between April 22nd (Sweden) and April 28th (US) on Epitaph Records. You can pre-order True Brew right here.



69 Enfermos (Columbian skate punk) release first English language album

Although Columbian skate punk/melodic hardcore band 69 Enfermos has been around for 20 years, but they have always sung exclusively in Spanish.  That is about to change, however, with the release of Beyond Borders, the band’s first English-language release.

You can check out the first track, “Numbers,” below.  We’ll keep you posted on the full album release.



Phinius Gage are back (announce first show in 8 years)

Brighton, England skate punk outfit Phinius Gage split in 2008 shortly after the release of their 3rd album, “Seek Out Your Foes”. Eight years later, they are back and have just announced a hometown show to kick things off.  More shows will be announced soon but you can check out the info for the initial show in the flyer above.

The band released “More Haste More Speed” in 2003, “The Feeling Something’s Wrong” in 2005, “Brighton Rock” in 2006 and “Seek Out Your Foes” in 2007, before splitting soon after. You can download all of their music for free on Bandcamp.



Millencolin release “making of” video – “The True Brew Story Part 1″

Swedish punk stalwarts Millencolin just released part one of their three-part “making of” video series, “The True Brew Story”. Check it out below.

The first video takes fans behind the scenes, and into the studio as the band record their new album, True Brew. The video features a taste of one new song, “Perfection Is Boring”.

Millencolin will release two more videos leading up the album’s release, which (depending on where you live) comes out between April 22nd (Sweden) and April 28th (US) on Epitaph Records. You can pre-order True Brew right here.



Deelweed stream remastered demo

Defunct Swedish skate punk act Deelweed are streaming remastered versions of songs from their first demo, which was recorded around 1995 and mixed this year. You can check the demo below.

Although little is known about Deelweed, the band released at least two demos in their career, self-titled and Satan Built My Car, both released around 1995.



Watch: Full orchestra turns NOFX’s “The Decline” into a symphony

An orchestra of 50 musicians has turned NOFX‘s epic “The Decline” into a punk rock symphony in honor of the 15th anniversary of its release. A man by the name of B.A.Z (who also performs with French ska punk band P.O. Box) was in charge of the project. He wrote the orchestral arrangement and gathered the musicians “to play it live, once, and totally for free. Just for the cause.”

The fruits of his labor are quite impressive, check out the performance below.



NOFX to play four shows in Brazil in December

California punk icons NOFX will be playing four Brazilian shows in December. All of the dates and locations can be found below.

NOFX last released an album of 15 previously-unreleased and/or remixed tracks from their 2008 TV series Backstage Passport on January 13th through Fat Wreck Chords. The band’s most recent full-length studio album Self Entitled was released in 2012.



10 Punk Songs That Will Make Your Week (Curated by DS contributor mitchattitude)

Ever wonder what the folks who run Dying Scene have been listening to lately?  We’re going to pretend you said “yes” to that question and feature a curated playlist from a different DS editor each week with the intent of exposing you to some new kick-ass punk bands. This week we’re featuring Dying Scene contributor mitchattitude!

Check out 10 songs Mitch has been rocking lately down below.



Ellesmere launch merch store, giving away previously unreleased song with purchases

Vancouver skate-punk act Ellesmere have launched a new sale in their merch store to help pay for their upcoming studio time.  To help motivate you they’re offering to give away a previously unreleased song with larger purchases.  Here’s what they had to say:

“We live! And we are immensely excited to be heading into the studio this May to finally record some new tunes! In the mean time how would you like to get your ears on an unreleased b-side from the Bail City EP? We just updated our online store with all the merch we have left. If you spend $25 or more we will email you the un-released (and most likely never-to-be released) b-side from Bail City (WARNING: don’t let the kiddies listen). The more money we make the more studio time we can get to make this next release the best it can be!”

The band plans to head into the studio May 8th to record the highly anticipated follow-up to their 2013 debut EP “Bail City” which came out through our very own Dying Scene Records.  You can/should stream it here.