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The Scandals stream new song “Lucky 7’s”

The Scandals have released their new single “Lucky 7’s” which you can stream here for your enjoyment. The single will be featured on a new flexi single via Panic State Records.

This is the newest release of The Scandals since their split release with Jaguar Shark back in 2015.



Full EP Stream: Sean Carney (The Scandals) – “Structure Sounds”

Photo credit – Jay Stone for Dying Scene

Brand new EP stream for your earholes this Hump Day evening. It’s for “Structure Sounds,” the latest release from Sean Carney, perhaps best known as bass player from New Jersey punk band The Scandals. Check out the EP right here. If you like what you hear, you can pre-order “Structure Sounds” in digital and cassette formats right here.

The Scandals just wrapped up a brief run in support of The Falcon; check out Dying Scene’s pictures of Sean and the fellas from night number one right here.

 



The Scandals finish recording new EP

New Jersey street punks The Scandals have finished recording their upcoming EP.

The Scandals last released their “Trenchknife” EP in 2012 on Death To False Hope



The Scandals recording new music with Brian Fallon (The Gaslight Anthem)

New Jersey street punks The Scandals announced they’re recording a new EP with Brian Fallon of The Gaslight Anthem. Fans will remember that in 2013 The Scandals’ frontman Jared Hart and Brian Fallon got together to release an acoustic split.

Both bands will be touring together in February 2015. Check out the dates below.

The Scandals last released their “Trenchknife” EP in 2012 on Death To False Hope Records. The Gaslight Anthem last released Get Hurt, which came out on Island Records in August 2014.



The Scandals announce European tour dates

New Jersey street punk band The Scandals will be hopping across the pond this spring for a European tour. Check out the dates below.

The band last released their “Trenchknife” EP in 2012 on Death To False Hope Records.



The Scandals release new music videos “Second Thought” and “Hungry”

New Jersey street punk band The Scandals have posted some more live music videos. Check out “Second Thought” and “Hungry” below.

The band last released their “Trenchknife” EP in 2012 on Death To False Hope Records.



Video: The Scandals frontman Jared Hart plays acoustic version of “Allnighters”

Earlier this year, Jared Hart from New Jersey punk band The Scandals released an acoustic split with The Gaslight Anthem‘s Brian Fallon. More recently, Mr. Hart stopped by Bouncing Souls guitarist Pete Steeinkopf’s Little Eden recording studio in Asbury Park to record a stripped-down acoustic session for the Red Bull Music Channel (full performance premiering tomorrow, Dec. 6th).

Here’s what he had to say about the experience:

“Recording at Little Eden was sort of unreal. It’s a place that houses a band that, growing up, was so important and influential to us. Then we had the chance to run the same lines and the same amps as the Bouncing Souls. You really can’t help feeling overly creative in that space – it just overflows.

With Brian and Pete, they both get it. They understand and get it in the same way that we do, with what’s going on within the realm of our genre today. They are in it for the long haul, and to share a mutual respect for the work that they do, as well as what we do, is something I value greatly.”

You can watch a video of Jared performing an acoustic rendition of The Scandals’ song “Allnighters” at Pete’s studio below.

The original, full-band version of the track appeared on The Scandals’ “Trenchknife” EP, which was released (for free download) in 2012 on Death To False Hope Records.



EP Review: The Architects – “Border Wars (Episode 1)”

If I could only use a single word to describe the music on The ArchitectsBorder Wars (Episode 1), (the first installment of a planned five part series), it would be “swagger”.

I don’t mean it in the same sense that the kids do these days when they say “swag” and then instagram a mirror shot of themselves in a brand new baseball cap. No, I mean it in the same sense that one would mean when discussing Mick Jagger, or possibly even Paul Westerberg. The Architects have no shame in flaunting their dirty rock and roll influences all over Border Wars, and they make it work from them. From the chorus of EP opener “Peter Fonda” to the lead guitar of closing track “The Shivers”, Border Wars is rock and roll stripped down to its purest elements. It’s hard to believe that the three key members of the Architects were once known as the ska-punk band The Gadjits.

Musically, Border Wars is pretty tight, and there are only six songs so it never outstays its welcome. There are a couple of lyrical stumbles (the “get money, get paid” line from “I Chose Wrong” in particular is kind of silly), but the band boasts these lyrics with such confidence that it’s easy to overlook and just have fun with it. That said, the music makes up only half of Border Wars. The other half of the release takes the form of a comic book, also titled Border Wars, and it’s much less exciting than the music.

The artwork has a dirty feel to it much like the songs, but that’s pretty much where the similarities stop. Maybe it’s just because the full story isn’t presented in Border Wars (Episode 1) (and I’m completely willing to give it the benefit of the doubt), but everything is muddy- there’s plenty of action (an execution, a young lady gets hit by a car, the town Sheriff slits another woman’s throat), but there’s not enough exposition. There’s no real reason yet to care about why these things are happening. Not to mention that the events of the story don’t ever seem to correspond with the lyrics of the songs- which begs the question: How is this even a concept album?

It’s entirely possible that as Border Wars progresses everything will fall into place. The lyrics and music will be reflected within the characters and their decisions, and that in the end it will become a very engrossing story on the same level as Tommy, Purple Rain, or (to use a more contemporary example), American Idiot. But for now trying to understand how the music and the comic work together is confusing, coming off more similarly to the stories of The Amory Wars or 21st Century Breakdown. There’s still hope that the remaining four volumes remedy this problem. Even if they don’t, at least the music is good.

You can stream Border Wars (Episode 1) in its entirety right here.

Music: 4/5
Comic: 2/5
Overall: 3/5

RIYL: The Replacements, AM Taxi, The Rolling Stones



The Architects stream Episode One of “Border Wars”

Kansas City punk group The Architects have released their combination comic book and album “Border Wars”. You can stream the Episode One here.

“Border Wars” was released today, July 16.



The Architects release “video teaser” for new album

Kansas City punk group The Architects have put together a trailer of sorts for their new album, “Border Wars.” Check out the trailer here.

“Border Wars” is due out Spring this year.



Full Album Stream: Low Road (hardcore) – “Tails From The Gutter”

New Jersey hardcore act Low Road have recently released their new album “Tails From The Gutter” through Skeleton Crew Records and today we’re stoked to bring you a stream of the entire thing.

Crank it up and blast it here.



The Architects to release “Live in Los Angeles” album mixed by Ray Toro of My Chemical Romance

Kansas City punk act The Architects have just announced that they will be releasing a live album titled simply “Live in Los Angeles” sometime soon on Skeleton Crew Records.

The album was recorded on The World Contamination Tour and is being mixed by Ray Toro of My Chemical Romance who also supplies some of the guitar work.

More details coming soon.



10 Songs That Made Me Fall In Love With Punk – Jared Hart (The Scandals)

We recently caught up with New Jersey street punkers, The Scandals vocalist / guitarist Jared Hart to get his take on the songs that got him in to punk rock.  Check it out here.



Dang Records posts free compilation (Random Orbits, The Scandals, DC Fallout)

Dang!Records has posted a free download of a new compilation entitled “We Made This Compilation.” The compilation features songs by Random Orbits, Perdition, Stabbed In Back, DC Fallout, The Scandals, Allout Helter, Samuel Caldwell’s Revenge, Why I Hate and The Pajammas.

You can grab it it here.



The Scandals ready to record next album

New Jersey street punkers, The Scandals will head into the studio February 19th in Asbury Park, NJ to begin recording their next album. The band will be working and recording with Pete Steinkopf of the Bouncing Souls.

The Scandal’s last album “The Sound Of Your Stereo,” was released in June on Skelaton Crew Records.