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Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at 7:48 PM (PST) by Daron
Friday, February 9, 2018 at 3:32 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
San Francisco gruff punks, Nothington are taking their talents to Europe this Spring for a month long tour and we asked guitarist/vocalist Jay Northington if he had a message for you lucky Euros. “We had a good time in Europe last year, but at some point y’all ran outta Currywurst, so we decided to leave. Hopefully, you learned your lesson and stocked up for us this time. See ya in April!” There are no excuses, guys. You have been given two whole months to prepare for their arrival. Get to stuffing those sausages, now! Dates and stops, below!
Friday, January 12, 2018 at 3:10 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
The band’s latest album Report came out in 2014 through Red Scare Industries.
Wednesday, December 20, 2017 at 1:46 PM (PST) by NobodyLikesGreg
With Groezrock skipping an edition this year, a lot of Belgian punks are still on their knees thanking the music gods for Brakrock Ecofest. The cosy little happening has really earned it spot amongst Europe’s leading punk summer festivals, with a line-up that keeps getting more impressive year after year.
For the 2018 edition Brakrock has already announced The Lillingtons, Satanic Surfers, The Flatliners, The Lawrence Arms, D.R.I, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Authority Zero, The Queers, Bad Cop/Bad Cop, Venerea, This Is A Standoff, The Bombpops, Mute and Adhesive… and there’s still 12 more names to follow!
Brakrock takes place on the 3rd and 4th of August 2018 in the beautiful town of Duffel. Head down below for a nice overview of the full line-up.
Monday, December 18, 2017 at 6:02 PM (PST) by Carson Winter
When I first heard that Red Scare– perhaps the best and brightest in the world of melodic punk labelship– was signing French political punks Guerilla Poubelle, I couldn’t help but think: perfect. I was taken back to my high school days, when I, a teenaged francophile, used to listen to “Mon Rat S’appelle Judas” constantly in an attempt to immerse myself in the French language while nurturing my love of gritty, catchy punk rock. A decade later and I still don’t speak French, but I do still love punk. Seeing the name Guerilla Poubelle brings me back to the good ol’ days, and the fact that it’s attached to my favorite punk label is just icing on the cake. La Nausée is as good a reintroduction as any, and along the way manages to be, uh, very bon.
If you haven’t heard Guerilla Poubelle before, you might be surprised at how familiar the keywords happen to be. Raw, aggressive, throaty, melodic, catchy, pop punk, political. Think of all the stuff that grew out of Gainesville, the gravel inflected punk with the big choruses. Chunkier and less spritely than Against Me!, harder and less emo than Radon. As political as Propagandhi but nowhere near as musically ambitious. They sound like Dead Bars, if Dead Bars sang about existentialism and laid off the pure rock ‘n roll worship. Guerilla Poubelle is loud, fast, and philosophical.
It goes to say, this is a tough album to review. Despite my lifelong interest in the language and culture, I do not speak French in any actual productive way, so the lyrics are mostly lost on me. The bits and pieces I can understand (or glean from the titles/google translate) point to a rabble-rousing politi-punk album steeped heavily in Sartre’s existentialism. A short trek to their bandcamp page shows the band explaining (in English) the inspirations for their songs. Opening track, “Je ne possède que mon corps,” which translates to “I have only my body,” was inspired directly by a passage from Sartre’s La Nausée. Others were created in response to speeches by French president Emmanuel Macron, and others, like “Identité rigide” are more personal– but still very political– exploring the crushing weight of gender expectations. Reading through what the band has to say about their own music points to a group very aware and adept at finding their muses through current events. As a literature nerd, I find La Nausée especially interesting– to see a group name their album after a book by Sartre is weird, cool, and maybe even a little pretentious, but I can’t help but be charmed by it. Guerilla Poubelle are the bohemian artist-types that have been sadly missing from the shout-along punk world. The heady subject matter and lit pedigree make the songs feel like heavier, more intensely intimate creations.
But make no mistake, La Nausée has bangers. Yeah, it’s a smart punk album about how the world is going to shit, but it’s doing it through some straight up punk anthems. First track “Je ne possède que mon corps,” starts with nothing but some guttural vocals and a persistently strummed chord. Soon, the drum and bass come in, and then the backing vocals, and when it all comes together, it’s easy to imagine the kind of singalongs that happen on Guerilla Poubelle’s home turf. “Ceux Qui Ne Sont Rien” maintains the momentum with a big gang vocaled chorus, and “Identité rigide” brings the mosh. My favorite song on La Nausée comes late in the album, titled “Les fils et les filles des sorcières que vous n’avez pas brûlées.” An incredibly badass title, translated to: “The Sons and Daughters of the Witches You Didn’t Burn.” In the band’s own words, the song “…is a tribute to the feminists who fought for women’s rights. There is a reference to the “Manifesto of the 343 Sluts”, a statement signed in 1971 by 343 notable women admitting publicly that they had an abortion when it was still illegal in France, exposing themselves to criminal penalty of course. It was followed by a manifesto signed by doctors claiming “We want freedom of abortion. It is entirely the woman’s decision. We reject any entity that forces her to defend herself, perpetuates an atmosphere of guilt, and allows underground abortions to persist” This led to the abolition of criminal prosecution for voluntarily terminating a pregnancy.” It’s a great idea for a song, but before even knowing it’s context, I was taken away by the strength of its gang vocaled melody. Even without the translation, it sounds like a rallying cry in a world that could take a little more rallying.
If there’s one thing I love, it’s punk albums that feel conceived. There’s a lot of rock ‘n roll out there that comes together as a collection of individual songs, written to be written and nothing more. With La Nausée, there is purpose. It feeds on ideas, as well as personal experience, to create art that has been forged in the fires of political strife. When we talk about art imitating life, or life imitating art, we talk about them like they are simply mirrors of each other. As if they are two distinct elements of existence that can’t aspire to anything more than reflection. With La Nausée, I feel those mirrors melting, intertwining. It’s a punk album as concerned with ideas as Sartre or Camus– the writers who fit their philosophies onto the bones of novels, now being referenced by a punk band who fit their ideas onto the bones of an album. It’s the marriage of art and life, as well as a celebration of intertextuality. In the end, whichever La Nausée you prefer, I think we can all agree there’s only one with which we could singalong.
Wednesday, December 13, 2017 at 7:18 PM (PST) by Daron
Kelly made the announcement via his Twitter account.
Friday, December 1, 2017 at 12:00 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
While French punk act Guerilla Poubelle may not be a familiar name in the American scene, the trio has been playing together since 2003 and have a massive following throughout Europe and abroad. But, that’s all fixin’ to change now that the Parisian punks have signed with heavyweight label Red Scare Industries for the release their brand new album La Nausee. To better acquaint you with the venerable vets, they sent us a single from the thirteen track LP! And, since we don’t understand a lick of French, we asked lead man, Till Lemoine to tell us about it so us English-speaking folks know what the shit’s about: “’En Marche’ is the name of French president Emmanuel Marcon’s new movement. It translates to both ‘walking’ and ‘working’, implying that we must walk toward our radiant future through work and accumulation of wealth. Macron’s neo-liberal vision of progress includes less rights for the workers, downsizing public services and cutting corporate taxes.” Well, we all have our presidential problems now, don’t we lads…. Now, that you know what it’s all about, stream it, exclusively here at Dying Scene, below! Prendre plaisir!!
Monday, November 13, 2017 at 9:57 AM (PST) by rick delaney
To celebrate their recent signing to Red Scare Industries, French punks Guerilla Poubelle have released a single and announced an album. The single is titled “Les Fils Et Les Filles Des Sorcières” and will appear on the band’s debut release for their new label which is due on November 17. The album will be called La Nausse and will be the first full-length from Guerilla Poubelle since their 2013 effort, Amor Fati.
Fans of Guerilla Poubelle can check out a lyric video for “Les Fils Et Les Filles Des Sorcières” below.
Thursday, November 2, 2017 at 6:55 PM (PST) by liathdavis
The Copyrights have just announced a short string of shows in early December. What better way to kick off your holiday spirit.
The Chicago, IL punks have been kicking around the underground scene and are the hot tamales of the punk scene. The Copyrights released their latest album, Report, in August 2014 through Red Scare Industries.
Check out the shows below.
Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at 11:56 AM (PST) by Goldfinger
Windy City based folk-punk act Sincere Engineer has released a video for the song “Corn Dog Sonnet No. 7”.
You can see the new video below.
The song comes off the upcoming album “Rhombithian” slated to be released October 20th via Red Scare Industries. Rhombithian will be the debut album from Sincere Engineer.
Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 4:24 PM (PST) by steve_kingston
Wyoming pop-punk veterans The Lillingtons premiered their new album “Stella Sapiente” on Uproxx.com. The album is the band’s first full length release in 11 years! Back in 2001 the band broke up but came back in 2006 and released “The Too Late Show”, then all went quiet again until this year. Previous releases have been about horror B-Movies, spies and sci-fi; “Stella Sapiente” covers topics such as the Illuminati, secret societies, the occult, conspiracy theories, and astrology. Give it a listen below.
The album will be released on October 13th via Fat Wreck Chords.
Tuesday, August 8, 2017 at 5:45 PM (PST) by Operation Rescue
Belos’ Facebook shared her thoughts on joining Red Scare, and one might assume she is stoked: “I’ve been a walking billboard for Red Scare bands since I was in junior high and I’ve been a regular drunken annoyance in Toby’s life for several years now…I’m so excited and honored to contribute to something that has been an important part of my life for so long.”
Belos has been in the studio, polishing up her debut album Rhombithian with producer Matt Jordan, and will be featured at this years Fest. The album drops October 10th. Congrats!
Wednesday, July 26, 2017 at 3:56 PM (PST) by steve_kingston
Vocalist Aaron Rev commented on the tour:
“We’ve been working on the new record, and we’re stoked to get out and play some of the material off of it. What better way to do that then going down the West Coast with our buddies, The Copyrights?! We packed up our lumberjack outfits, picked up Bigfoot from the mountains, and we’re hauling him down the coast with us.”
You can find the tour dates below.
Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at 1:54 PM (PST) by NobodyLikesGreg
Catch MakeWar hitting the East Coast (/w Nothington and Joe McMahon) in a few days.