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Pizza Tramp release new video “CCTV”

Welsh thrash punks Pizza Tramp have released a video for “CCTV”, the opening track from last year’s LP “Blowing Chunks“, which came out on TNS Records.

The video can be streamed below.



Grail release new video “Severed Ties”

NY melodic hardcore band Grail have released a video for single “Severed Ties”. The track is from upcoming debut album “Still Alive”, out next month. The band features members of  Driver Side Impact and Dear Whoever.

You can watch the video below.



Such Gold perform for Bridge City Sessions

Such Gold are the latest artist to perform live for Bridge City Sessions. They performed “Minstrels” and “No Cab Fare”. You can watch both tracks below.



BONO! (hardcore, UK) stream video for “No Escape”

UK hardcore outfit BONO! have released a video for their forthcoming EP’s title track “No Escape”. As well as the EP, the band will be announcing tour dates in the near future and will be performing at this year’s Punk Rock Holiday.

You can check out the video for “No Escape” below.



Touche Amore (post-hardcore) stream tour mini documentary “Moments In Passing”

California post-hardcore outfit Touché Amoré are streaming a mini documentary about themselves. The film is titled Moment In Passing and documents the band’s current European tour with Angel Dust. You can enjoy the short movie in full below.

Touché Amoré’s latest release was the 2016 full-length Stage Four.



Kill The Precedent (metal) stream video for “Lesser Of Two Evils”

Kill The Precedent are streaming their new video for the track”Lesser Of Two Evils” from their soon to be released record Some Version Of The Truth. You can preorder the band’s latest full-length at their Bandcamp page.

If you can’t wait for February, 24 to hear more from Kill The Precedent then take a look and a listen to “Lesser Of Two Evils” below.



Body Count release video for “No Lives Matter”

Following last month’s video teaser, Body Count have released the full video for the excellent “No Lives Matter”. The track is from the upcoming album “Bloodlust”, due out March 31st via Century Media.

You can watch the video below.



Super American (pop-punk) premiere music video for song “Sloppy Jazz”

Buffalo pop-punk band Super American have premiered a music video for their song “Sloppy Jazz.” The song is the first one on their upcoming album, Disposable. The old fashioned clip is oddly nostalgic and the music just makes you feel good all around. If you want to feel good you can check the music video out along with a stream of the song below.

Disposable is scheduled for release on April 7th through Take This To Heart Records.



The Smith Street Band announce new album, release music video for new song – “Birthdays”

Australian folk-punk outfit The Smith Street Band have a new music video out for their new song, “Birthdays.” Watch/listen below.

The song comes from the band’s new full-length album, More Scared Of You Than You Are Of Me. That’s due out April 7th on Pool House/Remote Control Records (Aus), SideOneDummy Records (North America), Specialist Subject Records (UK), and Uncle M (EU). It’s up for pre-order now right here.

The album, produced by Jeff Rosenstock, is the band’s first full-length since their 2014 release, Throw Me In The River.



Music Video: All The Way Down – “Catherine”

Luxembourg melodic punk band All The Way Down have released a new music video for their song “Catherine.” The track is one off of their upcoming album, For The Princess, which is scheduled for release on March 4th, 2107.

You can check the clip out below.



New Video: You Blew It! – “Arrowhead”

Florida progressive/emo/whatever band You Blew It! debuted a new video today. It’s for their track “Arrowhead,” and you can check it out below.

Like what you hear? “Arrowhead” appears on You Blew It!’s critically acclaimed latest album, “Abendrot,” which was released last November through Triple Crown Records. The band are also on tour with All Get Out, and you can check out the relevant dates and locations here!



New Video: Western Settings perform “The Phenomenon” for Live From The Rock Room

SoCal punks (and Dying Scene Records alumni) Western Settings have unveiled the fourth and final installment of their recent session at Mike Femulee’s (Smoking Popes) Illinois-based Live From The Rock Room. It’s a performance of their track “The Phenomenon,” and you can check it out below.

You can catch Western Settings on the road with Problem Daughter and Caskitt if you live in most the western US over the next week-or-so. Check out dates here.

Western Settings last released an EP titled WS in April through La Escalera Records. Their debut full-length Yes It Is came out in 2015 on our very own Dying Scene Records!



The TiPS release video for “Johnny’s Song,” announce tour dates

German reggae/punk trio THE TiPS have a new video out for “Johnny’s Song,” which you can watch below.  The song appears on the band’s new album, TWISTS’N’TURNS, which was released last year on Long Beach Records.

In addition, U.K. fans can catch The TiPS on tour with Scottish ska-punks The Hostiles.  You can find all of the dates and places below.



Fastloud (Spain) release video for “Recall”

Spanish skate punks Fastloud have released a new music video for the song “Recall,” and you can check it out below.

Fastloud has a new EP coming out in April, and their plan is to release a video for each of the 5 songs, so check back here for more.  Their last release was the album Far from Finished, which was released in December of 2015.  You can get a copy of it from their Bandcamp page.



The Konbinis release video for “Polaroid Pictures”

While we wait for French poppy skate punk band The Konbinis‘ soon-to-be-released second album, they have tided us over with a new video for the song “Polaroid Pictures.”  You can check it out below.  

The new album, called Back to the 90s, is due out sometime in the next couple of months.  It will be the first album from The Konbinis since their 2013 release, Plastic Punks, which you can download for free/name your price at their Bandcamp page, here.