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Static Radio NJ streaming first new release in 6 years “Resentiments”

Static Radio NJNew Brunswick punks Static Radio NJ released a new EP called Resentiments on August 18th digitally and will release it this October on vinyl through Black Numbers.

You can stream it below.

Their last album “We Are All Beasts” was released in 2011 via Kiss Of Death Records.

Hot Knife stream new track “My Fangs”

Brooklyn-based pop-punks Hot Knife (featuring members of Static Radio NJ, Spanish Gamble, and Candy Hearts) have streamed new track “My Fangs”. The song is the title track from their upcoming EP, which is out September 8th via Black Numbers.

The EP is up for pre-order now – whilst the track is streaming over on Punk Rock Theory.

Brackish stream new EP “Coming Down”

Philadelphia’s Brackish have made their new EP Coming Down available to stream. You can give the three-song release a listen below.

Coming Down was released today through Black Numbers. Buy a digital copy on bandcamp, or head over here to grab the flexi 7″.

Sleep In (NJ pop-punk) streaming new EP “Tension & Release”

Sleep In have made their new EP available to stream a few days ahead of its June 23rd release. You can check it out over at PunkNews.

The EP is the band’s debut release on Black Numbers. They’ll be touring through July with Fossil Youth. You can find the dates below.

Scary Stories (hardcore) stream new EP “Rope”

New Jersey hardcore act Scary Stories are streaming their new EP, Rope, in its entirety.

You can check it out below.

Rope was released on June 16th via Black Numbers.

Graduation Speech (Kevin Day of Aspiga) streams debut track “Waiting”

Graduation Speech is the new solo project from Kevin Day, the vocalist/guitarist of Paper + Plastick‘s Aspiga. He has announced the release of his debut EP, “Quiet & Calm”, a six song affair which is available for pre-order now.

His debut track, “Waiting”, taken from the EP, is streaming now. You can listen to the song over at The Key.

Music Video: Deforesters – “Municipal Geography Lesson”

Toronto punks Deforesters have released a video for their song “Municipal Geography Lesson.”

You can check it out below.

“Municipal Geography Lesson” comes from the bands upcoming debut album Leonard, which is set to be released on February 25th through Black Numbers Records. It will serve as a follow-up to their 2016 self-titled EP.

Pass Away debut new track, “Totally Fucked”

Just in time for the pending Presidential inauguration, Brooklyn-based punks Pass Away have released a new song appropriately titled “Totally Fucked.” You can stream it below.

Totally fucked is a standalone release for now. Pass Away’s last formal release was last year’s “Sink Your Hooks In” EP.

Great Lakes, Fucko and more to play Planned Parenthood benefit in Bosotn

It’s no secret that the incoming Presidential administration spells more than just impending doom for a great number of  individuals, groups, and organizations across all walks of life. We’re only a little more than a week removed from the disastrous election results, and already a great number of punk bands and scene promoters have sprung into action to help raise funds and awareness in support of some of the causes that many of us hold near and dear to our hearts. As we here at Dying Scene get word of some of these benefits taking place in our respective communities, we’ll pass the message along!

Planned Parenthood, for example, is one organization that’s come into the Trump Administration’s crosshairs, what with his repeated statements about completely defunding the nonprofit reproductive health organization. Boston punks Great Lakes USA (pictured above) are teaming up with fellow Boston punks Fucko, one-man Brooklyn-based “campfire soul” act Yoni Gordon and somewhat difficult-to-label Planet of Adventure for a Planned Parenthood benefit show that’ll take place at Great Scott in Boston’s Allston neighborhood. Details of the show can be found here, and if you can’t make it out but you still want to help, you can donate to Planned Parenthood at this location!

Lilac Daze stream new self-titled album

Frederick, Maryland-based post-alternative shoegaze punks Lilac Daze are streaming their new self-titled album in its entirety.

Check it out below.

Lilac Daze was released on October 14th via Black Numbers.

Hot Knife premieres second song off upcoming two-track EP – “Distant Son / Skillets”

Brooklyn-based punk band Hot Knife consisting of members of Static Radio NJ, Spanish Gamble, and Candy Hearts has just released a new track entitled “Skillets”.

The song will appear on the band’s upcoming two-track EP, which is set to be released October 21st through Black Numbers. Have a listen here.

Additionally, you can listen to the other track, “Distant Son”, here.

Physical copies of the release will be available at Hot Knife’s show with Make War and The Decline at Brooklyn’s Gold Sound on October 21st and you can pre-order it online here.

Hot Knife (Brooklyn punk) joins Black Numbers, premieres new song “Distant Son”

Black Numbers has signed new Brooklyn-based punk band Hot Knife consisting of members of Static Radio NJ, Spanish Gamble, and Candy Hearts. The label will release the band’s debut 7-inch flexi-disc on October 21st and you can stream one of the songs, “Distant Son,” right here.

Physical copies of the release will be available at Hot Knife’s show with Make War and The Decline at Brooklyn’s Gold Sound on October 21st and you can pre-order it online here.

Puddle Splasher (emo) stream new song “Summer High” off upcoming album “Separate States”

New Jersey emo band Puddle Splasher are streaming a brand new song called “Summer High.” This is the second single that the group has released from their upcoming album Separate States. You can check it out below along with the previously released single “No Leaves.”

The band will also be heading out on tour in support of the new album. All dates and locations can be found below.

Separate States is scheduled for release on July 8th, 2016 and will serve as a follow-up to their 2015 EP Missed Connection. 

Album Review: Deforesters – “Deforesters”

Shortly after signing with independent punk label Black Numbers Records, this four piece from Toronto, Ontario released a surprise, self titled EP. The four track album, which is a follow up to their extremely well received 2013 debut EP Bones, clocks in at just over twelve minutes. Not that their first album didn’t have high production value, but this new one has a more precise, and focused manner to it than their prior offering. No surprise that it was recorded and mixed by Drive Studios’ Steve Rizum who has also worked with the likes of  The Flatliners, Dillinger Four and The Penske File, among others. The quality of the production isn’t the only thing that stands out on this sophomore release, however. The thoughtfulness of the lyrics and messages and the articulation in which they are conveyed are what hooked me. It’s deliberate and crystal clear, something akin to punk legends Face to Face in regards to the songwriting and similar to Off With Their Heads in it’s packaging and delivery. It’s tangible, energetic, blue collar music. Sure, it’s catchy and appealing to the masses, but it’s also grittier and more mature than typical pop punk. Since we’ve got all these labels laying around, Easycore would probably be the best classifier, although they categorize themselves as Douchecore. This same lighthearted, self deprecating humor is reinforced on their Facebook page which is pretty good for a laugh. All in all, this album is adroit, with each track expertly ordered to maximize continuity and flow. It has more of a wisdom and depth to it than some others in the overpopulated and extremely broad category of pop punk and that trait is exactly what makes these guys stand out from the rest of the crowd.

Stream the entire EP and check out the track breakdown below! If it elates your ears, both of their albums are available for Name Your Price, show them some support!

4/5 Stars

IYL: Face to Face; Off With Their Heads, Wolvesx4


Typesetter announce tour dates to/from Pouzza Fest

Chicago punks Typesetter announced a two week run of tour dates that revolve around their appearance at Montreal’s Pouzza Fest. Check out the full string of dates below.

Typesetter released their debut album, Wild’s End, on October 14, 2014 through Black Numbers.