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Stream the new Chaser album “Sound The Sirens” (Skate-Punk, Dying Scene Records)

This is it! The moment I finally get to share with you guys the reason why I signed Southern California skate-punk act Chaser to Dying Scene Records. I’m an absolute sucker for 90’s era punk rock, and Chaser’s new album “Sound The Sirens” sits firmly between ‘94 NOFX and ‘95 No Use For A Name. If you dig double-time drums, anthemic choruses, and big, sunny SoCal “whoa-ohs” you’re going to seriously love this release.

Stream the entire album below.

“Sound The Sirens” is due out digitally through Dying Scene Records (pre-order) and physically through Effervescence Records (pre-order) on July 20th.



DS Exclusive: Amuse premiere new album, “Shortcuts”

DyingScene is absolutely jazzed to bring you the exclusive premiere of Amuse‘s new album, “Shortcuts.” The Indianapolis trio has delivered a solid tour de (that’s Europeanese for “of”) pop punk that has Mike Felumlee’s beautiful, beautiful hands all over it.

Regarding the album, the band states, “I am not going to say we broke new ground on our new album Shortcuts. What I will say is that is that we managed to make sure each track was it’s own thing. We wanted to keep it interesting and diverse. There is a hint of every era of punk rock and pop punk sprinkled through the album.”

The album’s digital release is tomorrow, July 20th on Dodgeball Records. Check out the stream below, along with a handful of summer & fall shows!



DS exclusive: Senior Discount premiere “The Best Revenge”

Senior Discount have been a staple of the RI punk scene for more than a decade now. They have played shows all over New England and have shared the stage with a veritable A-list of punk and ska bands. Which has helped them garner the attention of Paper and Plastick Records, who is releasing their newest album The Best Revenge.

The best thing about The Best Revenge is that it has a little bit of everything. Ranging from punk/pop punk gems to a heart-on-your-sleeve ballad to a jaunty cover of a classic reggae jam to a punked up cover of an 80’s classic.

Check out this stream of honest, emotional, crazy, and fun punk rock below.



Only On Weekends (pop punk) premiere lyric video for “Voices” off their upcoming album

Here at Dying Scene we are proud of what gets cooked up in our kitchen, and I would be lying if I said we weren’t equally proud of what gets stirred up elsewhere as well.

But you all know this already, and today we are thrilled to bring you this exclusive lyric video straight from our shitter to yours.

Only On Weekends (Jersey Pop Punk) is premiering their new on-the-Lou point-of-view lyric video for the song “Voices” off their new album “Another Wasted Night” which releases on August 24th. Accompanying this catchy pop punk sad song about thinking too much, and overcoming the struggles of self-doubt is a perfectly well thought-out visual spectacle, and props to the location finder! I mean, seriously though, when was the last time YOU were able to make a roll of toilet paper last that long? These boys from Jersey… I mean, Philly… have packed about as much fun as anyone cares to see in a bathroom stall on this one.

Their last release, “Light Years and Heavy Lifting” came out in 2014 and was appropriately reviewed for its clever catchiness, with its Saves The Day-esque tonalities and well produced by Fred Mascherino (Taking Back Sunday). “Another Wasted Night” follows on its heals, this time engineered by Jesse Cannon (The Menzingers, Saves The Day, The Cure), and we are starting to get the impression that Only On Weekends knows exactly what they are doing. Sounds good, guys!

Check out the upcoming tour dates and stream “Voices” below… and, uh, don’t forget to flush.

Ah, jeez… Hey, can someone pass me some tipee?… Anybody?



The All Brights (Surf Punk) Premiere Featured Stream For “Stand Up Pat L. Board” From New EP

Sometimes, ya just gotta let the basser think he’s an important member of the band. It’s not often that The All Brights true front men, Big Wave Dave and Mattsimum Waves relinquish the microphone, but for one song on the new EP The White Album, they handed vocals duties over to basssist, Pat L. Board. When we asked Mr. Board about his shining moment on the track “Stand Up Pat L Board” he told us: “This is the tale of Pat L. Board and his misadventures toward manhood. Without the Mr. Miyagi-esque help of my bandmates, Mattsimum Waves and Big Wave David, the ‘frontman’ you all know and worship today may never have been born. In this most epic of epics (2 minutes and 47 seconds), you shall hear the story of initial defeat and eventual triumph of our glorious hero of the beach: Pat L. Board. Shaka.” Give it a listen below and then let the dudes know if you think Pat should get more mic time or if he should just stick to slappin’ those four strings!



DS Exclusive: The Murderburgers premiere “Feeling Strangely Fucked”

Maybe it’s the 90°+ humidity, but I am absolutely slathered in moisture to bring you this premiere.

“Feeling Strangely Fucked” is second track off The Murderburgers‘ upcoming EP, “Shitty People and Toothache.” The four song EP is being released by Brassneck Records in the UK and Asian Man in the US and will be out July 27th.

You can buy the record in orange from Brassneck and green from Asian Man.

The first track, “Turning 29 Was a Mistake,” was premiered back in May.

Check out “Feeling Strangely Fucked” below!

The Murderburgers’ last album was 2016’s “The 12 Habits of Highly Defective People” and one of my favorites of the year. And we all know how important a large, sweaty, man’s opinions are on the internet.



DS Exclusive: Goodbye Blue Monday Premieres New EP Misery Punk Ruined My Life

This up and coming punk quartet was birthed on the banks of the River Clyde in Glasgow, Scotland. From the moment they began in 2013, the band was playing an infectious and invigorating style of melodic punk rock, influenced by the likes of Iron Chic, Dead To Me and The Menzingers, but with a characteristic Scottish cadence akin to The X-Certs or Twin Atlantic. With a depth of songwriting and maturity beyond their tender years, Goodbye Blue Monday is one of the more exciting new Scottish punk bands to emerge in recent years. Today, we’re pleased to premiere their upcoming EP Misery Punk Ruined My Life, which serves as a follow-up to 2017’s exceptional EP The Sickness, The Shame! Stream all three tremendous tracks below!



DS Premiere: Beach Rats debut “Lonely For The Night,” lead single from debut EP “Wasted Time”

It’s the first Friday of summer, and that sounds to us like the perfect time to bring you some brand new music from a brand new band…Beach Rats!

As you hopefully know by now, Beach Rats are a Jersey based all-star band that includes among its ranks the one-and-only Brian Baker (Minor Threat, Bad Religion, etc), Ari Katz from Lifetime, Pete and Bryan from Bouncing Souls and more! They’re slated to release their debut album, Wasted Time, on July 27th via Bridge Nine Records, and today we get our first taste of what’s to come. Check out the lead single, “Lonely For The Night” below and bask in the ’80’s hardcore-inspired goodness!

Pre-order options will be available right here very soon; stay tuned for more info!



DS Exclusive: Flatfoot 56 premiere new EP, “The Vancouver Sessions”

DyingScene is excited to bring you Flatfoot 56‘s new EP, “The Vancouver Sessions!”

The EP is a collection of the band’s traditionally driving, anthemic songs that have been given a melodic, even soulful, overhaul, along with a new track in the same style, “I Believe It.” The recording includes more traditional instruments such as Irish whistle, accordion, Uillleann bagpipes, and Irish bones. The result is a relaxed, but no less powerful departure from the band’s normal aggressive sound. Check it out for yourself in the stream below.

The EP will be out on Sailor’s Grave Records tomorrow, May 25th.

Flatfoot 56’s last album was 2017’s “Odd Boat.”



The Brokedowns stream “The Fort” off new album “Sick of Space”

The Brokedowns‘ new album, “Sick of Space” came out last week, and it’s fucking great (that’s as much effort for any review you’ll ever get out of me).

Tonight we’re streaming “The Fort.” Kris (guitar and vocals) says, “This song is about being 13 and getting beat up by dudes in Dio t-shirts.”

Hey man, who hasn’t been there?

Check out “The Fort” below!



DS Exclusive: Fallen Monuments premiere new song “Conflicted” from upcoming debut album

San Diego’s Fallen Monuments‘ “Conflicted” is hands-down one of my favorite songs this year. The song pairs a high-energy, straight-up punk rock sound with personal lyrics “…about a personal struggle where in the face of repeated failure, the heart refuses to give up on your dreams even though your head tells you it’s time to move on!”

“Conflicted” is off Fallen Monuments’ debut album, “Distance and Time,” which releases May 22nd digitally via bandcamp.

In proper DIY fashion, the album was written, recorded and produced by the band. The album shines as a work of catharsis, with the members of Fallen Monuments having endured tragedy, heartache, loss, and uncertainty, but coming together after nearly a decade apart to channel all their strife into a well-polished (but not over-produced), tight package of fierce guitar, driving rhythm, and powerful vocals.

Check it out for yourself in the stream of “Conflicted” below!



DS Exclusive: The Prettybads “Maybe I’m Not the One You Wanted”

This week DyingScene is excited to bring you The Prettybads‘ single, “Maybe I’m Not the One You Wanted” off their upcoming album, “Meet the Prettybads.”

The Prettybads are a female-fronted punk quartet from Houston that features punchy, high-octane songs with a mix of old- and new-school.

“Meet the Prettybads” will be out on Indie Vision Music this summer. Until then, check out the stream below!



DS Exclusive: Right On, Kid! premieres new EP, “Forever Missing Out”

DyingScene is excited to bring you Right On, Kid!‘s stream of their new EP, “Forever Missing Out!”

The Albuquerque pop-punk quintet delivers a hooky, melodic sound and vocals reminiscent of The Wonder Years.

“Forever Missing Out” will be out on Manic Kat Records tomorrow, May 11th. In the meantime, you can stream the EP below and order it from Right On, Kid!’s website.

ROK’s last release was 2017’s “Safe Haven.”



DS Exclusive: Elway’s “Inches” off their new album “For the Sake of the Bit”

We’ve got a stream of the opening track off Elway‘s new album, “For the Sake of the Bit” for you!

“Inches” is about super important people who write about music on the internet and how much their opinions matter. Tim Browne (guitar/vocals) had this to say about the song:

“‘Inches’ is dedicated to those among us whose ‘contributions’ to art or music are either unworded shit talk or obsequious brown-nosery found sandwiched between Hello Fresh and T-Mobile banner ads.  If you read enough of these vapid kissasses’ bullshit, you might find yourself thinking their opinion somehow means something.  I wrote this song to insist that, no, your shitty, disaffected review of a band you don’t like and your 25,000 word rim job of a band you do like don’t mean shit, and you create nothing but ad revenue.  All art, but especially punk and indie, belongs to those who create it and support it – not those who can’t even conjure enough creative impulse to start a lousy punk band and can only criticize and lick boots.  Fuck all y’all.”

You can check out “Inches” below, and the rest of the album on your streaming service of choice. The album will be out on vinyl and CD this Friday. Now if you’ll excuse me, I have important things to say on the internet about music, and people are dying to hear them. ELWAY I LOVE YOU YOU ARE THE GREATEST PLEASE LOOK AT ME!



DS Exclusive: The Hempsteadys (Punk/Reggae) Premiere First Single From Upcoming LP, Seance! Seance

The P-Funk of Street Punk is back! New London, Connecticut’s premiere ska/funk act, The Hempsteadys are about to release their sophomore LP Seance! Seance! and they want your help! In true DIY fashion, the eleven man troupe (if we’re counting drummer, Matt Covey as a man) has started a Kickstarter campaign to get the album released to the masses on good ole vinyl. We’re considering taking out a loan for a house in Southeastern Connecticut just so we can pledge $100 to have Chef Jon Logan come cook us some ramen! If you can’t afford a mortgage, or the $100 for that matter, head over and check out the other less ridiculous options they have for donating to the cause. These are extremely hardworking guys, making incredibly important music and you’re lucky enough to have a chance to be a part of it! You won’t regret it. Trust us, this one has Album of the Year contender written all over it. To prove our point, we’re premiering the smooth af, debut single “Classic Cars”. Check it out below!

The Hempstedays last released the 2015 fantastic rock ska-pera El Amor de los Muertos.