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NOi!SE working on new album

Tacoma, WA streetpunks NOi!SE have posted a video update of them working on a new album.

You can watch it here.

“The Real Enemy” the band’s first full-length came out October 21, 2016 through Pirates Press Records.



Thia Means War (oi punk) release new video for “Sailing Anarchy”

European punk outfit This Means War has released a new video for their song “Sailing Anarchy”.

The song comes off the band’s new self titled album, you can check out the video below.

The new album is the first from the band, and doesn’t disappoint. If your into Booze and Glory or Cock Sparrer you’ll dig these guys without a doubt.



Street Dogs post dispatch from the studio

Boston’s veteran rebel rousers and venerable punk rockers, Street Dogs, have posted an update from the studio, featuring Boston rapper Slaine.


From the band’s Facebook: “Back in the studio working on our new album and we had the honor of working with our good friend Slaine

2010 saw the release of the band’s last self-titled LP on Hellcat records, with 2014 seeing a split with Noi!se through Pirates Press.

No word yet on a release date or any details for this new record, but Dying Scene will keep you all posted.



The Generators stream new single “Street Justice”

Los Angeles punk-rockers, The Generators, are back with new music!

The band is dropping a new 7″ titled Street Justice on July 28th, through Pirates Press Records. The track is cut from an upcoming full length to be released later this year but you can jam it below.

The band has released 10 full length records, and 6 EP’s since forming in 1997, and have toured with heavyweights like Dead Kennedys, Bad Religion, and Rancid.

Dying Scene will keep you guys posted as new info comes out on the upcoming release.



Bum City Saints (punk) to release new split album with Topnovil (punk)

San Franciscans Bum City Saints are set to release a new split album with Topnovil. The album is due out July 28th via Pirates Press Records and Contra Records.

Pirate Press Records has released a teaser video, you can find below.

For Bum City Saints the split serves as a quick follow up to their self titled album released in June. As for Topnovil, the split will be the latest release since 2015’s “Blast the Stereo”.



Street Dogs sign with Century Media Records, added to Warped Tour

Working class Boston punk band Street Dogs  have signed a major record deal with Century Media Records, and have joined onto several Warped Tour Dates. They also are headed to Europe this summer! Make sure to check out the dates and what Street Dogs bassist Johnny Rioux has to say about the signing below!

Street Dogs have released five full-length albums and several EP’s, including their most recent 7″, “Crooked Drunken Sons”, in 2013 via Pirates Press Records. While there isn’t any specifics, new music from the Street Dogs is likely in the works: at least we assume it is!  We’ll keep you posted as more details surface.



Louise Distras asks fans for their cash for new record

Louise Distras is doing a Kickstarter campaign for her latest record. Supposedly a DIY release, the vocalist is in need of £11,000 to aid its production. Fans will get assorted gifts for their pledges of support. All the details of the campaign can be found here.

Louise Distras last release was the 2013 effort Dreams From the Factory Floor.

 



Louise Distras streaming new single “Outside of You”

English solo act Louise Distras (melodic-punk) is streaming her new single “Outside of You”. The song comes off the yet to be named album which serves as a follow up to 2013’s release of the highly acclaimed “Dreams from the Factory Floor”.

Check out the song below along with her upcoming summer tour dates across England.



Cock Sparrer stream new song “Every Step of the Way” from upcoming album “Forever”

UK punk legends Cock Sparrer have premiered another song from their upcoming album Forever. The track’s titled “Every Step of the Way”, and you can give it a listen below.

Set to release on April 21st through Pirates Press Records, Forever will be the band’s first album since 2007’s Here We StandPre-orders are available on the label’s webstore.



Suede Razors premiere new song “Keep On Rockin'”

Bay Area rock n’ rollers Suede Razors have released “Keep On Rockin'” off of their upcoming mini-album, out April 22nd on Randale Records in Europe and Pirates Press Records here in the States. You can listen to the track here.

Suede Razors were last heard on their “Passion On The Pitch” 7-inch, released in 2015. If you’re in the Bay Area and want to catch these lads live with Cock Sparrer, you can purchase tickets here.

 



Cock Sparrer release video for new track “One By One” from upcoming album “Forever!”

Legendary UK punk band Cock Sparrer have released a brand new video for their new song “One By One.” You can check it out below. This is the first track released from their upcoming LP “Forever!”, which will be available April 21st through Pirate Press Records. The record will be available tomorrow, April 11th, for pre-sale from Pirate Press’ webstore.

“Forever!” marks Cock Sparrer’s first record in nearly a decade. You can catch Cock Sparrer at this years Punk Rock Bowling and Music Festival. Details can be found here.



New Music: Cock Sparrer post teaser for upcoming album, “Forever”

Legendary Oi! punk pioneer Cock Sparrer snuck up on us this week with some news on a brand new album!

It’s called Forever, and it’ll mark not only their first release on Pirates Press Records, but their first studio full length in a decade. What’s more? We’re not going to have to wait very long to get it in our collective hands. Pre-orders for Forever launch next Tuesday (April 11th), and the album itself is due out April 21st digitally and April 24th in physical formats.

Want a taste of what’s to come from the British legends? Head below for a quick teaser, and stay tuned for pre-order info.

Cock Sparrer’s last release was 2007’s Here We Stand, which was released on Captain Oi! Records.



Suede Razors release video for new track “Bovver Girl”

Bay Area punks Suede Razors have released a video for new song “Bovver Girl”. The song is from the band’s upcoming, 6-song EP “Razor Stomp”, out 22nd April on Pirates Press Records (USA) and Randale Records (EUR). Limited digipack CD from Rebellion Records.

You can watch the video below.



Music Video: Bum City Saints – “Our Hearts Beat As One”

San Francisco punks Bum City Saints have released a video for their song “Our Hearts Beat As One.”

You can check it out below.

“Our Heats Beat As One” comes from the bands latest self-titled album, which was released on June 3rd, 2016 via Pirates Press Records.



DS Photo Galley: Street Dogs’ 11th Annual Wreck The Halls w/The New Darkbuster and Jesse Ahern

Much like their punk rock big brothers, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, working class Boston punk band Street Dogs have carried on the tradition of playing annual hometown holiday shows. The 2016 installment of Christmastime Street Dogs gigs, dubbed Wreck The Halls, featured the band playing four consecutive nights at the same venue (Boston’s Brighton Music Hall) for the first time ever. Only the opening acts varied from night to night (Matt Charette and the Truer Sound on night one, The All Out on night two, Jesse Ahern and the Roots Rock Rebel Revue on the penultimate night, and Ascend/Descend for the finale). In another unique twist, all four shows were billed as co-headlining affairs with the newly retooled classic Boston punk band Darkbuster playing full sets before Street Dogs closed each night. And if you’re more than a little familiar with both bands, you’re no doubt aware that this meant Street Dogs guitarist Lenny Lashley and drummer Pete Sosa pulled double-duty, assuming their respective roles as frontman and drummer for The New Darkbuster each night as well.

 

Headlining four shows in the same venue over four consecutive nights may have its benefits in terms of gear set-up/breakdown, etc., but is no doubt arduous for more than a few reasons, particularly when it comes to generating unique setlists that don’t let up in intensity level while giving each night’s respective crowds the feeling that they witnessed something unique. Yours truly was present and accounted for at night three, which featured the Street Dogs set kicked off in traditional “Irish punk” fashion by a pretty rousing and well-received performance by a step dancing troupe from a local dance studio. (Editor’s note: there was a noted connection between the step dancers and founding Street Dog frontman Mike McColgan, but yours truly missed that part.)

Street Dogs proceeded to dive head-first into a headline set that did a pretty decent job of mixing songs from across their catalog. It’s been noted on this site in the past that the more recent additions to the band (Lashley and Matt Pruitt on guitar, Sosa on drums) have reinvigorated the longtime core of McColgan and bassist Johnny Rioux, who had rather famously announced what turned out to be an abridged hiatus a few years ago before announcing the new lineup. Now in their third decades in the punk world (and halfway through their second decade as bandmates), McColgan and Rioux rarely stayed in the same place for very long, jumping around the stage and playing to the crowd with the energy of a band half their ages, yet with the sort of professional stage presence that comes only with having reached ‘crafty veteran’ status.

Pruitt and Lashley ably man their respective sides of the stage, the former doing so with more forceful energy than I’ve seen him play with as a member of Street Dogs at any point. There’s a bit of what seems to be a natural yet unspoken, or even unacknowledged, chemistry between the two guitarists, as they play most parts in lock-tight connection without much in the way of demonstrable interaction at any point in the set. Perhaps that’s all by design, as it gives McColgan and Rioux a chance to roam around the crowded stage that also contained the aforementioned Charette on mandolin and Rioux and McColgan’s FM359 collaborator Hugh Morrison (from deep in the heart of Texas) on accordion on this particular night.

What wasn’t included in the set at least on this night (and, according to reports, on any of the four nights) was brand-new material from the album the band recently finished recording. It’ll mark their first full-length in almost seven years by the time it’s released (and obviously their first full-length with 60% of the present lineup), and given that the material is essentially completed, teasing an obviously accepting hometown crowd with a song or two would have probably made an already vocal and rowdy crowd elevate even more. But perhaps that’s biased, fanboy wishful thinking on my part.

It’s probably no secret to readers of this site (or at least those of you that are still with me through this post) that I’m a rather large fan of Darkbuster in the recent and prior incarnations and am a card-carrying #teamlenny member (some of you will get that). And yes, I get the whole history of the band and where they fit in the Boston punk lexicon and the level of abject chaos that made Darkbuster fahkin’ Dahkbustah, kehd. So as such, it’s virtually impossible to place the new incarnation of the band in the proper context. That said, I acknowledge being among the ranks that in many ways finds “The New” Darkbuster equally to if not more enjoyable than the historical lineups. Sure Lashley is not only the only original member but the only one who can be considered a member of the Boston punk history books (Sosa and guitarist Halston Luna hail from Texas, bass player Ruben Lipkind calls Buffalo, NY, home), but what this lineup lacks in chaotic energy it makes up for in…well…professionalism and genuinely enjoyable fun. It’s genuinely fun to see Lashley doing well and having fun diving back in to the Darkbuster catalog. The set on this night all but avoided most of the band’s most recent release (last year’s No Revolution, though there’s a story there too…), pulling heavily from the more “classic” albums, 1999’s 22 Songs You’ll Never Want To Hear Again and 2005’s A Weakness For Spirits, much to the delight of the sold-out crowd, who were so revved up that they took to singing along to songs that weren’t even being played yet (a not-uncommon event at local Darkbuster shows). Yahtzee!

As stated above, Jesse Ahern and the Roots Rock Rebel Revue provided opening duties on this night. For the uninitiated, Ahern has been performing as a solo folk/punk/Americana troubadour since early this decade and has more recently been playing with the support of a full five-piece backing band. The parallels between street punk and true American folk have been explained other places by people well smarter than this writer, so Ahern’s Springsteenian roots rock sound not only sounds right at home in a punk rock club but was particularly well received by a blue collar, working class, pro-union crowd.

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