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DS Exclusive: The Ray Gradys Premiere New EP “Told You So!”

Philadelphia based punks, The Ray Gradys (feat. Mr. Early Gates of Morning Glory fame) have a new EP coming out on March 3rd (preorders up at Bandcamp) and the trio sent over an advance copy to stream exclusively for Dying Scene readers! If you’re into good ole fashioned anti-authoritarian punk rock, you’re definitely going to wanna spin this one a few times. The tracks from the album will also be released as a split 7″ with fellow philly phenoms Seeing Snakes so keep an ear to the ground for that one! Now…git to gittin’! Stream the three song EP below!



The Palatines (punk) premiere “Take The Reigns” off upcoming album “Death From Below”

Texas pop-punk trio The Palatines are a band you’re going to want to check out if you like the sound of 90s era Face To Face with a healthy sprinkling of Teenage Bottlerocket-esque pop. Next week they’ll be releasing their debut full-length “Death From Below” and to give you a taste of what’s to come we’re proud to premiere a new track from the album for you.

Grab your headphones, turn up the volume, and stream “Take The Reigns” below.

Pre-order “Death From Below” on the group’s bandcamp.



DS Exclusive: The Kreutzer Sonata Premieres “Old Glory” From Upcoming LP

Up and coming skacore act The Kreutzer Sonata has a new album coming out on Wednesday via Don’t Panic Records & Distro and the Chicago based quartet wanted DS readers to get an exclusive first listen to the final single before it hits the streets! To celebrate the release of the fifteen track LP, The Gutters of Paradise the boys will be hosting a record release party sometime later in March, (follow them on Facebook for more details) so go out to support your local scene if you live in there in The Windy City. That’s it! Get to streaming the final single “Old Glory”, below!



DS Exclusive: The Scutches Premiere Video for “Worth Enough” From Upcoming Album Negatory

 

Veteran pop punkers, The Scutches are ringing in the Spring with a brand new album and to celebrate the impending release, the Long Island lads have made a music video for the first single “Worth Enough”. The album, titled Negatory, will mark the quartet’s eighth studio release, not counting various splits and singles and will be distributed with the help of Oregon punk label Something To Do Records (preorders coming soon). While you wait, stream the brand new video, exclusively here at Dying Scene, below



DS Exclusive: At Face Value Premieres Video for “Cinderella” From Upcoming EP

Baltimore, Maryland’s At Face Value (formally just Face Value) has a new album coming out later this Spring and to get you hooked, they sent over the debut music video from the upcoming EP Ivy & Echo. When we asked the lads about the video for the song, bassist Grayson Ross told us “’Cinderella’ was our first jab at writing a lighthearted party song. We came to a consensus that most of our songs are pretty sad or angry, so we wanted to mix it up. In the past, any attempt at writing a ‘merry’ song, seemed so cheese-ball. So, I started with the line ‘Tonight I’ll be, out back kicking it with old friends, listening to every song you can’t stand’. From there it formed into this loose story about getting over a negative situation through friendship. The name ‘Cinderella’ is an inside joke because I kept confusing our interim song title, ‘Skippity-BAM-BAM’ with ‘Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo’, which is how we got to ‘Cinderella’. We wanted a sort of Cinderella story with the video. We had a parkour gym location with Walmart animal mask, and just combined these in a cauldron with a hint of “The Wiggles” and what came out was this crazy, wonky, fast video.” Check it out below!



DS Exclusive: Sports Reference (Pop Punk) Premieres Video for “Doctor Everest” From New Album

Gainesville pop punks Sports Reference just released a new three track EP entitled Somewhere Else via Canadian DIY label Emocat Records and they sent the debut music video from the album over to stream exclusively for DS readers! When asked about the video for the single “Doctor Everest”, the fantastic Floridians told us “It was made with the mindset of light-heartedly showing how much fun is had at shows. We decided to make it a little far-fetched, involve a lot of our friends and our favorite Gainesville venue (The Hardback Cafe), and just have a good time.”. Head over to the label’s website and snag a copy of the new EP, then go wait patiently by your mailbox until it arrives. Before you do though, stream the video (and check out tour details), below!



DS Exclusive: Dani Llamas Premieres Debut Single “Never Panic” From Upcoming LP

Spanish songwriter Dani Llamas, will release his third solo album Dead Labor on February 14th. The LP, previously released for free to subscribers of Joey Cape’s One Week Records last year, will be formally released by both OWR as well as French based indie label Kicking Records (preorders up on both Kicking Records’ and OWR’s websites). When asked about his involvement with the album, Old Man Caper said “Occasionally I am handed a record that strikes me immediately but, it takes another listen or two before I fully absorb it. Some of these records become records I love and revisit throughout my life. I hear something special right away but, after I get to know it better, there is a deeper connection to the songs and the album as a whole. Many of these albums have a great influence on even my own music. This was and is the case with Dani Llamas’ album Dead Labor”. Stream the debut single, “Never Panic” (and peep the tour information) below!



DS Exclusive: Actionmen (Italy) Premiere New Single “Lion” From Upcoming Split With Dead Neck

Ravenna, Italy’s Actionmen have announced a new split album titled Defections which will also feature UK punks Dead Neck. When we asked the trio about the new track they told us, “It’s about (frontman/guitarist) Matteo. When he’s high, he feels himself like a lion, the symbol in the animal kingdom of majesty and beauty. He feels so good looking and sexy, and when he gets out, he feels himself observed by everybody. In the song (and in reality) he asks himself if people stare at him because he’s high or because he’s gorgeous, somewhere between reality and dream, expectations and fears ‘I’m doomed to be gorgeous’… Is it a stoned guy’s delirium or a stoned guy taking conscience?” Holy shit! We gotta get to Italy to party with these fuckers because they sound nuts! Hear what all the fuss is about, below!



DS Exclusive: Dead Neck (UK) Premieres New Single “Die Tryin” From Upcoming Split With ActionMen

UK punks Dead Neck have announced a new split called Defections which will also feature Italian punks ActionMen. Although a release date has yet to be determined, the lads wanted DS readers get an early taste, so they sent over the debut single “Die Tryin'”. When we asked the lads about the track, they told us “We wrote this song a couple of years ago. It’s been in our set for a while and it’s good to get it out. It’s called ‘Die Tryin” because it’s about making the most out of what’s at our disposal, mutual aid and focusing my life on something other than trying to be rich. We’re currently on our way to start a tour of Japan with the world’s prettiest punk band ActionMen and are cacking our pants with excitement.” So, if you’re in the path of said tour (and don’t mind the smell of soiled pants) head on out and support the scene. Until then, stream the debut single, below, and avoid the odor all together!



DS Exclusive: The Kreutzer Sonata Premieres Video for “Schlitz Faced” From Upcoming Album

Chicago based hardcore act The Kreutzer Sonata is returning with their second studio album this coming Valentine’s Day. The fifteen track full length, titled The Gutters of Paradise (extra points awarded for the D.I. reference, lads!) will be released on cassette as well as vinyl in collaboration with Collision Course Records, No Time Records and Don’t Panic Records & Distro (preordering is available now, but will ship early March). No need to wait to start thrashing though! In anticipation of the the LP’s release, the quartet sent over the debut music video for the single “Schlitz Faced” exclusively for DS readers! So, g’wan and watch it ’til you’re little heart is content, below.


DS Exclusive: Future Idiots (Pop Punk) Debut Cover of Nickleback’s “Hero” to Celebrate 15 Year Anniversary of “Spider-Man”

If your spider senses are tingling, it’s probably because fun loving Swedish pop punk quartet Future Idiots have released an fantastic cover of Nickleback’s “Hero” which was the theme song for the 2002 movie Spider-Man.   When we asked guitarist, Marius Paxcow about the single, he told us “There’s no better way to celebrate the 15 year anniversary of the first (and best) Spider Man movie than by doing a Pop Punk cover a Nickelback song.” We’re a little more partial to the real first Spider-Man movie, Viva Spider-Man ourselves but we’ll let you slide since you were brave enough to cover a Nickleback song in this day and age. The track also features fellow countryman Simon Gustafsson of Moment 22 fame and is leaps and bounds better than the original because…of course it is. Check it out below, true believers! Excelsior!



DS Exclusive: Narcos Family Band (Garage Punk) Premiered New EP “Pink Blues”

Philadelphia’s Narcos Family Band is the heaviest band you’ve never heard of. The abrasive seven-piece employs element s of punk, metal, hard rock, and garage to make for one of the most noticeable sounds of the new year. But why should I tell you about it when they can put it so much better Themselves:

“Narcos Family Band is the Philly Rock n Roll cult you’re already a part of. Rot-gut, dope-smoked, gutter-fuzzed Punk that makes people want to root through the trash in search of treasures unknown to humankind. Welcome to the Family.”

Their ridiculously heavy 4-song E.P. Pink Blues will be available for purchase and download on Dec. 31 but can be streamed right now exclusively at Dyingscene. And just click here here to get a pre-order of the limited edition pink and blue cassettes.



DS Exclusive: Zombies No Premieres New Album

Album Cover – Divided We Fall – Zombies No

Fighting out of Paris by way of Venezuela, this political punk act has been playing their brash brand of politically charged punk rock since 2010. Over the seven year span, the quartet has released two studio albums with a third due out in late January via Umlaut Records. To get you stoked for the impending release of the LP,  the boys sent us an advance copy to stream for DS readers! If melodic hardcore laced with some classic skate punk riffage is your thang, you’re really gonna dig this one! Stream all eight tracks from the upcoming album Divided We Fall exclusively here at Dying Scene below!



DS Exclusive: Lineout Premieres Music Video For “Marcallo is Shit!”

Robecchetto con Induno skate punks LineOut released their third studio album Blast In Turbigo earlier this year and then went right back to work playing shows and recording videos. Now’s the part where we’d normally write a pithy factoid about the quartet but their Facebook page is in Italian and we’re not about to have FB Translate make us look any more foolish than we already do. So, we can really only tell you that the lads are kicking off a short Eastern European tour to round out the year and that they just released a music video for the track “Marcallo is Shit!” from the newest LP. Now, here’s the real cool part. Since you’re a DS reader, you get exclusive access to the premiere! Stream it a hundred…nay, a thousand times (and check out the tour dates) below!



DS Exclusive: The Clickbaits Release Video for Debut Single From Upcoming EP Fake News

We’re always stoked to premiere new music videos but we’re even stoked-er when the premiere is from a brand new band! Such is the case with today’s world premiere, which is brought to you by NYC based newcomers, The Clickbaits! The trio, which is fronted by Early Gates of Morning Glory fame, have only recently started playing so we really only know two things about them. 1) They have a pretty dope three track EP called Fake News due out on 12/29 (preorder on Bandcamp) and 2) We got our hands on the music video for “Bye Bye O’Reilly”, the debut single from the impending freshman album. Is there anything else you really need to know though!?? The answer is no. Now, getcho premiere on, below!