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Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong to appear in episode of Comedy Central’s “Drunk History”

I know, right?!

Billie Joe Armstrong will be portraying Charlie Chaplin in an episode of “Drunk History” on Wednesday, October 4th at 10:30 pm E.T. The episode is entitled “Legends”.

To be honest, I think he looks a lot like him, but tell us what you think!

Green Day is dropping a new album this October called “Revolution Radio” through Reprise Records.

If you haven’t done it yet, check out some of the songs off of the new record. You can watch the music  video for “Bang, Bang” here, listen to the title track “Revolution Radio” here, and listen to their third song off the album “Still Breathing” here.

“Revolution Radio” will be their first record in 4 years, serving as a follow-up to 2012′s “¡Uno! ¡Dos! ¡Tré!” trilogy.



Unwritten Law (punk, San Diego) hit the road with Pennywise

San Diego’s Unwritten Law will be on a tour of the US with Pennywise this autumn. You can check out the full list of dates below.

Unwritten Law’s latest release was an acoustic collection of tracks, aptly titled “Acoustic”, released via Cyber Tracks in spring 2016.



The Smugglers reuniting for Lookouting at 924 Gilman

Grant Lawrence of Vancouver’s The Smugglers has announced that his band will play their first show in over 12 years at an event scheduled for the historic 924 Gilman venue called “The Lookouting.”

The Berkley, CA show will feature a number of veteran acts from the now-defunct Lookout Records family performing between January 6th and 8th of 2017.

Click below for more information on what the band has been up to since they hung up the cleats.



Riot Fest announces first ever live broadcast from upcoming Chicago dates

Riot Fest organizers have announced that the groundbreaking festival will be sending out a live broadcast to viewers from Douglas Park, the site of the Chicago edition of the festival, Riot Fest & Carnival.

In cahoots with the digital television network UphoricTV, the maiden broadcast is scheduled for 3pm (CST) on September 16th and will continue until September 18th, broadcasting select performances throughout the remainder of the weekend-long festival.

Viewers can watch the select performances via UphoricTV after subscribing to the UbhoricTV Youtube channel here.

In addition to the live performance broadcasts, UphoricTV has partnered with FLOOD Magazine to produce original content, interviews, behind the scenes reports, and more throughout the entire weekend. Exclusive video content can also been seen through UphoricTV’s Facebook and Instagram pages, as well as available as VOD after the festival via UphoricTV’s original video series “Artist Acess” on Verizon’s Go90 and YouTube.

The Riot Fest live broadcast schedule with participating artists will be announced via UphoricTV’s social media accounts on Thursday September 15, with updates throughout the weekend. This broadcast is in partnership with Chicago-based Cobra Productions and the producers of Riot Fest.



May Bee Massive (festival, France) announces lineup for 2017

Europe’s newest punk-rock gathering has started to take shape and is looking like an absolute banger already. May Bee Massive is scheduled to take place on 26th – 29th May, 2017, in Fomperron, France. The festival is the brainchild of Rich Parker and will feature a wide variety of European talent across the weekend. You only need to speak to Rich about May Bee Massive and punk-rock in general for a few minutes to understand his vision and commitment to the event. The aim is to showcase the best in up-and-coming European punk-rock in a safe, eco-friendly space, with a clear emphasis on sustainability and community.

When asked about who was welcome to join the May Bee Massive, Rich simply had the following to say:

NO DICKHEADS!!

Dying Scene will have an exclusive interview with Rich, the man-with-the-plan, in the coming months but for now check out the lineup below or follow the festival on Facebook for up-to-date details.

 



Thrice Live on BBC Radio 1 Rock Show

Thrice recently performed four tracks live in session for the BBC at their weekly Rock Show on Radio 1. The band played ‘Hurricane’, ‘Stay With Me’, ‘Black Honey’ and ‘The Long Defeat’ in the legendary Maida Vale studios.

You can enjoy their renditions below.



Choking Victim Announce Reunion Show In New York City

Choking Victim will be reuniting for one show at the Warsaw in Brooklyn, New York on October 30, 2016. It is not exactly clear which line up it will be, but as of right now it looks like Scott Sturgeon and Alec Ballie will be involved.

The band released their only full-length “No Gods/No Mangers” in 1999 via Hellcat Records.

Check out more information about the show below.

 

 



Choking Victim announce reunion show

Brooklyn concert promoters Scenic have announced Choking Victim will be reuniting for a show at the Warsaw in Brooklyn, New York, on October 30th.

The lineup for this show will reportedly consist of frontman Scott “Stza” Sturgeon, bassist Alec Baillie, and drummer Skwert. They will be play Crack Rock Steady, Squatta’s Paradise, and No Gods, No Managers in their entirety.

For more info on the show, head over here. Tickets go on sale this Friday, September 9th on Ticketfly.



Manchester Punk Festival 2017 (UK) Announce First Bands

Manchester Punk Festival returns for its third installment next April and the lineup for the event is already starting to look pretty tasty. The festival has grown from strength to strength since its inception in 2014 and this year’s event looks to continue the trend. Bands announced so far include Paint It Black, The Toasters, Larrakia and Edward in Venice.

Manchester Punk Festival is the product of three of the cities best punk-rock promoters coming together to create a massive urban music festival that sprawls across multiple venues. Anarchistic Undertones, Moving North and TNS Records work tirelessly to make the event special and as such Manchester Punk Festival should be on every British and European punk-rockers to-do list for 2017.

If you’re planning on kicking next year’s festival season off in style, then check out the festival website for tickets and follow the event on social media for all the latest news.



Bad Religion to play “Ye Scallyway!” (San Diego)

Bad Religion have announced that they will join NOFX, Against Me!, Goldfinger and Reel Big Fish at the new punk-rock and beer festival “Ye Scallywag”.

The festival is sponsored by local-to-San Diego radio station 91X and will feature over one hundred craft breweries and artisan wineries.

 



Frenzal Rhomb announce tour supports for autumn Australian shows

Aussie punk-rock legends Frenzal Rhomb have announced which bands will take to the stage with them this September and October. Unfortunately, the band’s tour will only see them playing shows in their home country but if you’re lucky enough to live down-under, or are visiting in early autumn, you can take a look at the dates and newly announced support slots below.

 



NOFX to release “NOFX: The Hepatitis Bathtub and Other Stories” audiobook

California punk legends NOFX have announced that they will be releasing an audiobook version of their recent biography, NOFX: The Hepatitis Bathtub and Other Stories. The audiobook will see each member read their individual sections and will also feature Tommy Chong (Cheech & Chong) and Jello Biafra, who will read the parts of former members.

The audiobook is scheduled for release on August 30th. You can listen to a small clip of Tommy Chong’s excerpt, where he reads ex-guitar player David Casilas’ first hand experiences with the band. Check it out here. Pre-orders are also being taken here.

The band is also getting ready to release First Ditch Effort – their first full-length release in 4 years. It will serve as a follow-up to 2012′s Self Entitled.



Philly’s Posers drop new EP – full stream

The long awaited follow up to the Posers debut EP has finally been released last night. I asked the band for a quote on their thoughts about this latest installment, and they told me they wanted it to speak for itself. On the other hand, here at DS we can’t shut up about it. The record is jarring and intricate. Noisey and clean. Malicious, sometimes primitive, and risky.

Listen to Posers Too in full after the cut.



Box Car Racer to reunite for new album?

In a recent interviewBlink-182 drummer Travis Barker talked about the possibility of reuniting with Angels & Airwaves frontman and former Blink bandmate Tom DeLonge for another Box Car Racer album. He states:

“You know, it’s been mentioned [laughs]. That’d be cool, but it’s hard because the last one caused so many problems with Blink. It was weird because at the time I was listening to Stanford Prison Experiment, Pitchfork, Quicksand, Fugazi, all these bands, and Tom [DeLonge] was like, “What the fuck is Quicksand?” He heard it and fell in love and really dived right into that whole post-hardcore genre.

We started writing and had no idea what it was going to be for. I think we were both under the impression in the beginning that it was going to be a Blink album. Then it was like, no let’s do this cool little side project, but we won’t put an album out. Then the label heard it and wanted to put it out. Then there wasn’t going to be a tour, but they were like ah, you can do this tour. It just spiraled out of control. . . But I don’t know. [Mark's] not in the band, so would it cause a lot of problems? Would it not? I have no idea. It’s something I can’t even wrap my head around just because I’m so proud of this album that we’re currently supporting. But I love Box Car. It was a cool album and cool sound.”

Box Car Racer’s only release, a self-titled album, came out in 2002 before they disbanding a year later.



SKiTTiSH iTZ Stream New Album “BACK TO REALiTY”

Idaho Skate punkers SKiTTiSH iTZ are streaming their new album BACK TO REALiTY. Check it out below.

BACK TO REALiTY is the band’s final album and was released on July 22, 2016 via Hidden Home Records.