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French melodic hardcore skatepunks The Fatswines have a name-your-price EP you need

Ever since I started writing for DyingScene.com, I’ve been exposed to a lot of rad European takes on the EpiFat sound. The Fatswines are the newest on my list of European bandcamp purchases.

Their latest EP, “All The Fatswines,” is name-your-price on bandcamp. It’s definitely worth a listen, and if you like it, be a champ and head to their bandcamp page and throw them some Euro funmoney. In the meantime, check out “All The Fatswines” below.

Just be nice and don’t tell them that the plural for “swine” is “swine.”



Arising From sign to Thousand Islands Records

Montreal melodic punk act Arising From have signed to Thousand Islands Records.  The band is working on new material that should hopefully see a release next year.

In the meantime, the label is streaming Arising From’s debut self-titled EP, originally released in June, and offering it as a pay what you want download.  You can check that out below.



The Barbecuties stream album “Eternal Dorkness”

German pop punks The Barbecuties are now streaming their new album, “Eternal Dorkness.”

The guys have just released the 13 track album as follow up to the release of their Christmas EP, Have a Barbecuties X-Mas! in 2015.

Check out the album below.



Hi-Standard release video for “All Generations”

Japanese punk veterans Hi-Standard have just released a new video for their track, “All Generations.” Taken from their most recent release of The Gift, the 16-song LP is the band’s first full-length album since 1999’s Making the Road.

Check out the video below!



Withered Bones stream new track “Indoctrinated”

Arizona-based, melodic hardcore act, Withered Bones are now streaming their new track, “Indoctrinated.” 

“Growing up I was taught not to question anything,” shares frontman Russell Ullrich. “I was spoon fed my grandparents beliefs on a narrow path of ideals, sheltered from external thought. I was often told, “Only God knows,” when grown-ups didn’t have answers to ease my uncertainty. As I got older and became exposed to current culture, I quickly began to resent my upbringing in the church.” 

This track belongs to their planned release of album In Search Of Self-Evidence, which is due out Dec. 8 via Blood & Ink Records.

Check out the track below!



The Slow Death stream split “I’ll Be Right Here b​/​w Factory”

Minneapolis punks, The Slow Death are now streaming two songs via Rad Girlfriend Records that didn’t make it onto the Punishers album. Punishers was released in May earlier this year.

The two songs dubbed “I’ll Be Right Here” and “Factory” are available as a limited editio vinyl as well which you can buy here.

Check out these new tracks from these guys below.



Black Numbers releasing Fest 16 sampler for name your price, you can stream it now

You know what you need? Sixteen songs from sixteen bands from Fest 2016. Sixteen.

Black Numbers is releasing their Fest 16 sampler on Friday for name-your-price on their bandcamp page. You can stream the whole thing below, right now!

Bands on the sampler include Make War, Static Radio NJ, Typesetter, and thirteen more.



Introducing Spanish Melodic Punk Band: Radio Station (Free EP Download)

Hailing from Badajoz, Spain, Radio Station is a new band with an old school sound. The five-piece plays straight-forward, rough-around-the-edges melodic punk that harkens back to the 90’s. If this sounds appealing to you, then their debut EP, appropriately titled 1st EP, is a must-listen. Head over to bandcamp to check it out and download it for free.



Knuckle Puck release video for “Gone”, share tour dates

Our pop punk buddies Knuckle Puck have just shared their video for “Gone,” which is off of their new album Shapeshifter via Rise Records.

You can check out the video here, which plays on the ever classic “Rock Show” from Blink 182 amd shows their fun in Indiana- cigars with the dads included.

The boys are also heading out on tour tomorrow, which will last for a month. You can scope out the dates below, and click here to buy tickets.



Vancouver’s AntEater have hot, fast punk for you that will make you come quickly to their bandcamp page

Finally, a punk band that loves pizza, beer, intimate massages, and dick jokes. How could have I missed such a unicorn?

Seriously though, AntEater is great. Fast, technical guitar that reminds me of A Wilhelm Scream. “Macaroni Pony” sets my jowls a-quiverin’. You can stream it below, and be sure to head to their bandcamp page to buy it for a buck. They also have “Jack’s Hill” available there for name-your-price.



Rockets Dead Glare stream acoustic EP “All That I Am”

Orange County punks Rockets Dead Glare are now streaming the entireity of their new acoustic EP via Brigantine Records. “All That I Am” follows up their previous release of their self titled record.

Rockets Dead Glare’s debut self-titled record was released in 2014 and is available through Brigantine Records.

Check out the EP below!



Cliffhanger stream EP “Old Wounds”

Chicago pop punks Cliffhanger are now streaming their new EP, “Old Wounds.” The EP follows up their 2015 EP release of “Cut the Ties.”

Check out the stream below.



Spanish pop-punks Upside Down release single from upcoming debut LP “Scars Are Forever”

Emo pop-punks Upside Down have released their newest single, “Do I Still Miss You?” The track is off their upcoming LP, “Scars are Forever,” which will be released via KROD Records on December 8th.

Check out the track below, and if you want more, head to Upside Down’s bandcamp page to pick up both their EPs for name-your-price.



Warm Needles stream “No Friends No Enemies” EP

New York punks Warm Needles are now streaming their new EP, No Friends No Enemies.

Their last release was EP, “Don’t Tell Me How To Live” released on November 28, 2016.

Check out the stream below



Red Tank! release new EP for name-your-price

Noisy garage punks Red Tank! have released their newest EP, “x” for name-your-price via bandcamp. Check out the stream below, and if you like what you hear, make sure to throw them some money at their bandcamp page.