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D.O.A. announce fall tour dates!


Canada’s greatest export since thick-cut sliced ham is back: D.O.A. is hitting the road this fall! The band has announced a stretch of Canadian dates as part of their “Fight Back” tour.

The hardcore veterans last released Hard Rain Falling back in 2015 through their own Sudden Death Records, and have an untitled LP due out in June of 2018.

Here’s the confirmed dates!

Thursday September 28th – The Garage, Duncan, BC – all ages
Friday September 29th – The Waverley, Cumberland, BC
Saturday September 30th – The Wildwood, Powell River, BC
Tuesday October 10th – Beer Exchange, Windsor, ON
Wednesday October 11th – The Boathouse, Kitchener, ON
Thursday October 12th – Moustache Club, Oshawa, ON
Friday October 13th – Call the Office, London, ON
Saturday October 14th – The Horseshoe Tavern, Toronto, ON
Sunday October 15th – This Ain’t Hollywood, Hamilton, ON
Monday October 16th – The Geekery, Niagara Falls, ON
Tuesday October 17th – The Mansion, Kingston. ON
Wednesday October 18th – Le Petit Campus, Montreal QC
Thursday October 19th – Le Murdoch, Sherbrooke, QC
Friday October 20th – The 27 Club, Ottawa, ON
Saturday October 21st – L’anti Bar, Quebec, QC



Audio Visceral (Punk) stream cover of SNFU’s “Victim of the Womanizer”

Ontario punk rockers Audio Visceral are streaming a cover of the SNFU track “Victim of the Womanizer.” The track is streaming on Skull Central Recordings‘ Bandcamp, you can listen below.

The track comes from an upcoming compilation album put together by Skull Central Recordings. Audio Visceral’s latest release was their debut album, titled “Cildce Bihaver,” released in January, 2016 via Sudden Death Records.



Dayglo Abortions announce western Canadian tour dates

Canadian punk veterans Dayglo Abortions are gearing up for a tour of Western Canada this coming September. The tour is scheduled to begin on September 2nd in Nanaimo, BC, and will end on September 24th in Nelson, BC. The best part is, the band will be doing some of these dates with fellow punk rock legends, D.O.A.

The package couldn’t get any better, check out the full list of dates and locations below.

Dayglo Abortions released their most recent album, Armageddon Survival Guide, earlier this year in March – their first studio album in 12 years. D.O.A.’s latest album Hard Rain Falling was released in August of 2015 through frontman Joey Keithley’s Sudden Death Records.



Music Video: D.O.A. – “Fucked Up Donald”

Canadian punk legends D.O.A. have updated their classic song “Fucked Up Ronnie,” and have released a video of the new version, “Fucked Up Donald.”

Check it out below.

D.O.A.’s latest album Hard Rain Falling was released in August of 2015 through frontman Joey Keithley’s Sudden Death Records.



D.O.A. announce west coast tour, release music video

Canadian punk legends D.O.A. have announced they will be touring the west coast this spring. Additionally, they have released a new music video for “Not Gonna Take Your Crap No More.”

You can find more details on the tour and check out the video below.

D.O.A.’s latest album Hard Rain Falling was released in August of 2015 through frontman Joey Keithley’s Sudden Death Records.



Audio Visceral (punk) stream new album “Cildce Bihaver”

If you’re looking for some new, authentic, catchy, and energetic punk rock then let me present you with Ontario’s Audio Visceral. The band just released their debut full-length “Cildce Bihaver” (pronounced “childish behavior” by the way) through Sudden Death Records and its chock full of raw and upbeat tracks influenced by everything from surf to hardcore.

Give it a listen below and pick up a copy of the album here.



D.O.A. guitarist Brad Kent passes away

Vancouver punk rock pioneer Brad Kent has passed away from complications after a bout of pneumonia, according to several sources.

Kent started playing in the punk band Victorian Pork in the 80s, and later played with DOA and the Avengers.  You can watch a short video of Kent below, and read more about him here.

We at Dying Scene send our condolences to Brad Kent’s bandmates, friends, and family.



DOA stream new single “Punk Rock Hero”

Canadian punk legends D.O.A. have released a stream of their new single “Punk Rock Hero”, which you can listen to here.

“Punk Rock Hero” will appear on the band’s upcoming album, Hard Rain Falling, which will be released on August 28, 2015 on frontman Joey Keithley’s Sudden Death Records after a successful crowd-funding campaign. You can pre-order the album here.



D.O.A. release music video for “Pipeline Fever”

Canadian punk legends D.O.A. have unveiled a brand new music video. It’s for the track “Pipeline Fever,” and you can check it out below.

“Pipeline Fever” is the latest track released from their new album, “Hard Rain Falling,” which was released back in June on frontman Joey Keithley’s Sudden Death Records after a successful crowd-funding campaign.



D.O.A. announce US/Canada tour dates in support of “Hard Rain Falling”

Canadian punk legends D.O.A. have announced a slew of tour dates in their home country and south of the border in support of their new album, “Hard Rain Falling.” The jaunt kicks off September 16th in Guelph (which is a city in Ontario, Americans!) and wraps up  November 7th in British Columbia, with a full West Coast tour to follow. Check out the up-to-date tour itinerary below.

“Hard Rain Falling” was released back in June on frontman Joey Keithley’s Sudden Death Records after a successful crowd-funding campaign.



D.O.A. to release “Hard Rain Falling” next month

Canadian punk legends D.O.A. have announced that they will release their new album Hard Rain Falling in June through frontman Joey Keithley’s label Sudden Death Records. The will include 12 tracks, including a song in the Chinese language, and covers of The Slickers’ “Johnny Too Bad” and Johnny Cash’s “San Quentin”. The track listing can be viewed below.

Hard Rain Falling, which has been funded through Kickstarter, will be D.O.A. last full-length album We Come In Peace was released in 2012 on Sudden Death Records. Earlier this month, they streamed a new song called “The Cops Shot a Kid”.



D.O.A. stream new single “The Cops Shot a Kid”

Canadian punk legends D.O.A. are streaming their new single “The Cops Shot a Kid”, taken from their upcoming album Hard Rain Falling. You can listen to the song below.

D.O.A. has been funding Hard Rain Falling through a Kickstarter which you can find here. The band’s last full-length album We Come In Peace was released in 2012 on Sudden Death Records.



DS Photo Gallery: DOA, Ruleta Rusa, Isotope Thee Parkside SF

Jello stopped by to see ol friends DOA

It was a night of hardcore – of crust, grit, and distortion – at Thee ol Parkside this past Wednesday night. Canadian punk veterans D.O.A. were set to headline, with locals Isotope and Ruleta Rusa opening the crowd.

I feel like I have seen the guys in Isotope many times before at random local shows in the past, but I have never seen them perform. The band plays a classic style of 80s D-beat punk, mixed with modern hardcore energy. The band is fast, in your face, and sloppy (in a good way). You can listen to a sample of some of their work here.

I have seen Ruleta Rusa several times before, and whenever I see them on the bill, I know it’s going to be a gnarly show. Vocalist Jose is one of those frontmen who drive the energy of the crowd by leading by example. He’s all over the place, jumping, screaming, throwing fists, and getting as close to fans as possible. I love this kind of punk music. It’s out of control yet guided, predictable yet not, and the vocals are my favorite type of grit and grime. The band recently released their “Lathe Cut” 7″, which you can listen to here.

The time had come for the British Columbia punks DOA to regale us with good ol punk rock lullabies to round out the night. I have seen the 80s legends only once before, so I was definitely excited to see what they had to offer. DOA is in the process of releasing their newest album “Hard Rain Falling”, and of course shared some new material with fans. But it wouldn’t be a DOA show if the band didn’t sample heavily off of their legendary album “Hardcore 81”, which they did to everyone’s delight. This is truly one of those iconic, timeless, top 50 best punk albums of all time, and to see the aging Cannucks rock it like they did 30 years ago was really a treat to see.

You can have a look at all the shots from the night’s sets below.



The Nasties (old school Guelph punk) sign to Sudden Death Records, announce debut album “Discipline”

Guelph, Ontario’s The Nasties are the latest and greatest act to sign to Sudden Death Records!

If you’re not familiar, the five-piece old school punk outlet pictured above cite influences like “D.O.A., Dayglo Abortions, SNFU, Misfits, Hellacopters, Dead Kennedys, New Bomb Turks, Razor and the inimitable Motorhead.” The band released a self-titled EP last year, and have announced that Sudden Death will be home to their debut full-length, “Discipline.” the album is due out this coming fall. Stay tuned for info! In the meantime, you can stream last year’s release here.



D.O.A. begin work on new album “Hard Rain Falling”

After announcing that they were not breaking up, Canadian punk legends D.O.A. have begun work on their new album Hard Rain Falling, which will include 12 tracks and according to them, “It will contain fast, short, frantic songs that dive deep into urgent issues of out time: racism, war, gangs, oil pipelines and environmental degradation.”

D.O.A. are funding the new album through a Kickstarter which you can find here. D.O.A.’s last full-length album We Come In Peace was released in 2012 on Sudden Death Records.