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Green Day release lyric video for “Troubled Times”

Green Day have released a lyric video for “Troubled Times”. The track is from the band’s last LP “Revolution Radio”, which came out back in October on Reprise.

You can watch the video below.

Reforma Protestante (street punk, Costa Rica) release music video for “Skate and Destroy”

Costa Rican street punkers Reforma Protestante have released a music video for their track “Skate and Destroy”. It’s a rowdy, shout-a-long style affair and should excite fans of a more abrasive style of punk rock.

Check out the band’s latest offering, all the way from sunny Costa Rica below. Skate and enjoy!

Amuse (pop punk, Indiana) stream new single “Life Sucks”

Indiana pop punkers Amuse are streaming a live video of their latest single “Life Sucks”. The track has been taken from an EP to be released in 2017 of the same name and was performed on Mike Felumlee’s Live From The Rock Room show. 

Check it out below.

Music Video: M.O.D. – “Busted Broke & American”

Crossover legends M.O.D. have released a music video for their brand new song “Busted, Broke & American”, the title track from their upcoming album, due in March via Megaforce Records. You can check it out below.

Bused, Broke & American will be M.O.D.’s first studio album since 2007’s Red, White & Screwed, and the band recently announced that it will be their final record.

Watch: Signals Midwest perform “At This Age” for Live From At The Rock Room

Ohio’s Signals Midwest have released the third and final video from their recent Live From The Rock Room session. It’s for “At This Age,” the title track form their latest full length. Check it out below.


At This Age came out in September, 2016 through Tiny Engines. It’s the band’s fourth studio album, following 2013’s Light on the Lake.

Get Dead perform “Monte Carlo,” “Shook” and “$1000 Bender” on Bridge City Sesisons

During a recent trip through the Pacific Northwest, the Bay Area’s Get Dead performed three songs for the upstart Portland-based Bridge City Sessions. Head below to check out their performances of “Monte Carlo,” “Shook” and “$1000 Bender.”

“Monte Carlo” and “Shook” appear on Get Dead’s most recent album, Honesty Lives Elsewhere, which was released last year on Fat Wreck Chords and is one of the best releases of 2016 according to a handful of your friendly neighborhood Dying Scene staffers. “$1000 Bender” appears on their pre-Fat (2010) self-titled album.

Postcards From Jane (pop punk) sign to Wilhelm Records, release music video – “Can’t Stop”

Louisiana pop-punk band Postcards From Jane recently signed to Wilhelm Records, and now they have a new music video for their song “Can’t Stop.” Watch it below.

The song is the first single off the band’s upcoming EP, which is due out in early 2017. It will be the band’s first proper EP, having been founded in 2015.

Right On, Kid! (pop punk) release new music video – “Twice Told”

Albuquerque pop-punk quintet Right On, Kid! have released a new music video for their song, “Twice Told.” Check it out below.

The song is from the band’s yet-to-be-named upcoming EP, which is due out in mid-2017.

Right On, Kid! released their debut EP, On The Brighter Side Of Things, in March of 2016.

Anti-Flag debut new music video for “Death Of A Nation”

Anti-Flag have just released a new music video for their song, “Death Of A Nation.” Watch the video below.

Also below, read a message from the band about why they chose this song as the first release off their upcoming album, Live Volume 1. The album is due out on January 20th. Pre-order your copy here (North America, Australia, Asia), or here (UK/EU).

Anti-Flag’s latest studio album, American Spring, was released in 2015 through Spinefarm Records.

Iron Reagan release music video for new song “Bleed the Fifth”

Richmond’s Iron Reagan have released a music video for a brand new song titled “Bleed the Fifth,” taken from their upcoming album Crossover Ministry. You can check it out below.

Crossover Ministry is set to release on February 3rd through Relapse Records, serving as the follow-up to 2014’s The Tyranny of Will.

Signals Midwest release “Alchemy Hour” music video

Ohio’s Signals Midwest have released a music video for “Alchemy Hour,” which is taken from their latest album At This Age. Check it out below.

At This Age came out in September, 2016 through Tiny Engines. It’s the band’s fourth studio album, following 2013’s Light on the Lake.

The Superweaks release music video for new song “No Sorrow”

Philadelphia rockers The Superweaks have released a music video for a new song titled “No Sorrow.” Check it out below.

This song is taken from the band’s split with Modern Baseball and Thin Lips. The three bands will be touring Europe together later this month.

Dagger play release video for “One Mile Town”

Helsinki, Finland’s Daggerplay have released a video for their song “One Mile Town,” and you can watch it below.

The hook-laden punk & roll track will appear on Daggerplay’s upcoming release, which is yet to be named.  The album should be out in the spring of 2017, and we’ll keep you posted on that.

In addition to the Forest Hills EP that the band released in 2014, you can find their debut full-length Urban Campfire Songs here.

Daydream premieres video for “Let It Be”

Bay Area pop-punks Daydream have a new video out for the song “Let It Be,” and you can watch it below.  The video starts out with an interview with the band, before launching into the song.

“Let It Be” is the third of four songs on the band’s Promise You EP, which was released last March.

Screw Houston release video for “This Is Where We Part Ways”

Dutch hardcore band Screw Houston will release their new EP, Like Fighting Snakes, on February 10th.  The 5-song EP will be released via White Russian Records

In the meantime, you can check out a video for their new song “This Is Where We Part Ways,” below.  Screw Houston most recently released a 2-song EP called All Rise in 2016.