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Thrice signs to Epitaph, releases video for new song “The Grey”, announces tour

Legendary post-hardcore band Thrice has just signed with Epitaph Records.

“We grew up listening to and being inspired by Epitaph bands, and have always admired and respected the label’s independent spirit and ethics,” they said. “To finally be a part of the family there is an absolute honor, and we couldn’t be more excited about our future with them.”

They have also released a lyric-video for their new track “The Grey” and announced a co-headlining tour with The Bronx and label-mates Teenage Wrist. Tickets are on sale now at Sound Rink.

Check out the video and tour dates below.



Social Distortion to begin pre-production of new album around January

In a recent interview with Edmonton Journal, Social Distortion frontman Mike Ness offered an update on the band’s long-awaited new album. When the interviewer assumed that touring through the summer and into the fall means that new music isn’t expected too soon, Mike said:

“Yeah, it’s tough. I’ve put a few new songs in the set just to let people know that we’re not sitting on our asses at home. It gets people talking, which is nice. But yeah, once we stop touring in November, we’ll be ready. I’m thinking that by January we’ll be pre-production, but I don’t want to rush something out just to get it out.”

Ness also stated, “I don’t want to rush something just to get it out for a Thanksgiving release. It’s not like Epitaph is on me to get a new record out, though I imagine they’d be happy with a new Social D album.”

We’ll keep you posted once we get more details on the new Social D record, which will be the band’s one since 2011’s Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes.



The Menzingers release new single, “Toy Soldier”

Last week The Menzingers released a new single, “Toy Soldier.” It’s the band’s first release since last year’s “After the Party.”

Check out “Toy Soldier” below!



Refused stream new EP “Servants of Death”

Swedish hardcore punk icons Refused are streaming their new EP, Servants of Death, which was originally released as a Record Store Day exclusive.

You can check out the EP, which features 4 live tracks from The Shape of Punk To Come and 2 studio tracks from Freedom, below.

Refused last released Freedom in 2015 via Epitaph Records.



The Menzingers announce August shows with Iron Chic, Rozwell Kid, and Ramona

The Menzingers have announced some East Coast August tour dates with Iron Chic, Rozwell Kid, and Ramona.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

The Menzingers latest album After the Party was released in 2017 through Epitaph Records.



Social Distortion detail Fall tour

Social Distortion have announced a lengthy Fall tour. Running from September 11th until October 14th, the band are taking in a lot of the US and Canada. Full details of all dates are up on the band’s website, with tickets for all shows available now.

The tour may well coincide with the release of a new album which has been promised. It due out late this year on Epitaph Records



The Sidekicks (pop-punk) announce tour in support of “Happiness Hour” LP

Cleveland Ohio pop-punk band The Sidekicks are gearing up to hit the road this summer in support of their latest Epitaph Records release Happiness Hours.

See the tour dates below.

Happiness Hours was released May 18 and is the follow-up to their 2015 album Runners In The Nerved World.



Culture Abuse announce new album, release music video

SF punks Culture Abuse have announced that they will be releasing their new album Bay Dream on June 15th via Epitaph Records.

The band has also released a video for their first single from the new album, “Bee Kind To The Bugs.”  You can check out the video below.

Culture Abuse released their debut album Peach on April 8th, 2016 through 6131 Records.



Off With Their Heads perform “Nightlife” at Live From the Rock Room

Off With Their Heads visited Live! from The Rock Room recently and performed a few songs. One of those was “Nightlife”. This track comes from their most recent studio album Home, which was released in 2013 via Epitaph Records.

Watch the video below.



Manchester Punk Festival 2018: Some Words and Pictures

Dying Scene were lucky enough to be invited to Manchester Punk Festival this year. You can read all about it below.

If you’re interested in attending the event next year, get your tickets sorted fast! It will definitely be another sell out.



Music Video: Frank Turner – “Little Changes”

Folk veteran Frank Turner recently released a new music video for his song, “Little Changes.” The track is one off of his most recent album, Be More Kind, which was released on May 4th, 2018.

You can check the video out below.



Bad Religion Announce Re-Release of “No Substance”

Punk veterans Bad Religion have announced that they plan to release their classic 1998 album No Substance again this year. The completely remastered record will be out on June 15. You can pre-order it now from Kings Road Merch in both Europe and the US.

Bad Religion’s previous original release was their 2013 effort True North. However, the band are currently working on new material.

 



It’s official: Bad Religion are recording new album!

Following up on today’s report that Bad Religion guitarist Brett Gurewitz was teasing something, a picture from the studio posted by guitarist Brian Baker on his Instagram page confirms that they are actually recording their long-awaited new album.

We’ll keep you posted once we get more details on the new Bad Religion record, which is rumored to be released this summer in conjunction with their European tour that season. Their last studio album to date, True North, was released in 2013.



It looks Bad Religion are recording a new album

A cryptic post on Brett Gurewitz’s Instagram page has suggested that Bad Religion are in the studio recording their long-awaited new album. The post shows a picture from the studio and simply says, “Today’s office”. This follows up last February’s news where the iconic California punk band revealed that new songs were in the pipeline.

We’ll keep you posted once we get more details on the new Bad Religion record, which is rumored to be released this summer in conjunction with their European tour that season. Their last studio album to date, True North, was released in 2013.



Stream the new Pennywise album “Never Gonna Die”

It’s getting late down here in Africa but I’m a little disappointed my team of DSers missed this story earlier so sometimes you just gotta take matters into your own hands… If you haven’t heard it yet, I invite any of you punks who at one point in your lives enjoyed Pennywise to check out “Never Gonna Die” below. It’s the first album with original vocalist Jim Lindberg back on vocal duty in over a decade and it does not disappoint.