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The Offspring in the studio, hoping to release new music early next year

Dexter Holland recently told OC Register that The Offspring are back in the studio recording/finishing new material that could be released on an EP.

While talking about his Ph.D. in Molecular Biology, which he received last May, Dexter said, “No one calls me doctor. I was tied up with all of that for a while but we’re back in the studio. I think I want to do like an EP. It’s kind of what people are doing these days and it makes for less time in between stuff. It has been five years for us so we have a few songs together and I’m hoping to get something out by early next year.”

The Offspring’s last full-length studio album, Days Go By, was released in 2012. The band recently announced three shows at The Observatory in Santa Ana, which take place next week and see The Offspring continue celebrating the 20th anniversary of their fourth album Ixnay on the Hombre.



Zebrahead announce compilation album “The Bonus Brothers”, finishing new record

Zebrahead have announced they are going to release a compilation album on November 24th, titled The Bonus Brothers, which includes only songs previously only available in Japan. In addition to that, the band stated that they have been in the studio finishing the recording process of their next album, due for release next year, and will release recording videos with snippets of new songs in December.

You can read the band’s statement regarding The Bonus Brothers and their upcoming record here.

Zebrahead’s recent album, Walk the Plank, was released in 2015.



Top Drawer Records announce “14 Soda Punx” compilation, “Seattle Pop Punk Festival”

In 1993, Sicko front man Ean Hernandez’ label, Top Drawer Records released ’13 Soda Punx’, with Fastbacks, Sicko, Huevos Rancheros, Old Man, Model Rockets, Mr T Experience, Stand GT, The Stuppes, Young Fresh Fellows, The Primate 5, Bum, Cub, and The Smugglers.

Now 23 years later, they have announced the 2nd edition: ‘14 Soda Punx, with a mountain of Seattle based pop-punk bands such as Success, Burn Burn Burn, Ramona and more. The LP will be released and shipped following the 2 day Seattle Pop-Punk Music Festival on January 19 and 20 at the Highline in Seattle. To coincide with the release of the LP, Top Drawer Records will host a two-day music festival.

You can check out the compilation and festival information below.

You can pre-order the compilation on vinyl here.



The Damned finish recording new album

The DamnedBritish punk rock legends The Damned have finished recording their new album. The release is being produced by Tony Visconti and also features the return of bassist Paul Gray.

The band last released their latest album So, Who’s Paranoid? in 2008.



New Pennywise record coming in 2018

Great news from the Pennywise camp – frontman Jim Lindberg has confirmed a new album in 2018!

In an interview with the Punkanormal Podcast, Lindberg says the new album is finishing production and is expected to be released early in 2018. Pennywise released Yesterdays in July of 2015 on Epitaph, featuring previously unheard material written by the late Jason Thirsk.

Lindberg also updates on his side project Wraths, planning a new record and tour in 2018 as well. Check out the podcast with the interview below, starting at around 1:06. Stay tuned for more details.



The Interrupters begin recording new album

Los Angeles ska-punk band The Interrupters have announced they are currently in the studio working on a new album. The LP is being recorded with Tim Armstrong and Brett Gurewitz, and it will be the band’s third full-length release.

The Interrupters last released Say It Out Loud in 2016 through Hellcat Records.



Satanic Surfers begin recording first album in 12 years

Swedish skate punk veterans Satanic Surfers recently announced that they have begun tracking down their first studio album in 12 years. Not many details were given, but the band posted pictures from the studio on their Instagram page, with one of them reading, “New album in the making”.

Satanic Surfers released their last album Taste the Poison way back in 2005 through Bad Taste Records.



From the Tracks final album to be released on Less Talk, More Records

Defunct half Scot/half Swede punk act From the Tracks are finally releasing the album they promised when they broke up. “Get Worse” was recorded, lost in a fire, and then finally re-recorded and will be released on Less Talk, More Records on October 1st.

You can stream “Sirens” off the album over at skatepunkers.net and pre-order the album at Less Talk’s bandcamp page.



Street Dogs post dispatch from the studio

Boston’s veteran rebel rousers and venerable punk rockers, Street Dogs, have posted an update from the studio, featuring Boston rapper Slaine.


From the band’s Facebook: “Back in the studio working on our new album and we had the honor of working with our good friend Slaine

2010 saw the release of the band’s last self-titled LP on Hellcat records, with 2014 seeing a split with Noi!se through Pirates Press.

No word yet on a release date or any details for this new record, but Dying Scene will keep you all posted.



CHASER announce official comeback with album and shows in the works

I don’t know about you, but I could use some good news. Oh shit, I have some! SoCal’s CHASER has officially announced a comeback. Mike tells us that they’ll be writing a new album and playing shows very soon. He went on to say,

Fans can expect upcoming shows and new material, returning to our original style of playing fast and energetic melodic punk rock. Stay tuned and please share and spread the word!!”

If you’re not familiar with their work or need a refresher, head on over to their bandcamp page and check out their material. Nothing is more than five bucks. I’m such a swell gentleman that I’m gonna drop the stream for their pay-what-you-want “Garage Years: Unreleased and Out of Print Songs” below!



Angels and Airwaves tease new record

Blink 182 alumni and UFO junkie Tom Delonge has teased some action on the Angels & Airwaves front.

In a slightly cryptic Instagram post, Delonge teased the future of the band by stating “@angelsandairwaves new album in the works….”

No details yet on a release date or any info on the new record, but another cryptic post hints at at more information to come.

The band last released The Dream Walker in 2014. Dying Scene will keep you guys posted once details arrive from the mothership. Live long and prosper.



The Wonder Years recorded upcoming acoustic EP at Ace Enders’ studio

The upcoming Wonder Years EP we told you about yesterday was recorded at Ace Enders‘ Lumberyard studio. He shared an Instagram post of the band and his team.

This record is going to be super weepy, isn’t it? If you dare tell anyone I’m into that, I’ll fight you. With knives.



Direct Hit! Hit! the studio to record

There you have it, pop-punk fans: Direct Hit! are hard at work, forging a whole new slew of face melting and head banging tunes for you.

From the band’s Facebook:
TIMECOP D. WALKOWIAK IN THE STUDIO TODAY DEMOING 5 OF 16 NEW SONGS FOR OUR NEXT LP. ASK IF WE SLEEP. WE DONT, SUCK IT.”

The band last released Wasted Mind last June through Fat Wreck Chords.

More information as it becomes available, as it is a breaking story. Suck it.



Western Settings begin working on new album “Another Year”

San Diego punks Western Settings have announced they are currently demoing music for a new album titled Another Year. The record is being produced by Dead To Me‘s Tyson “Chicken” Anncharico, who handled production duties on the band’s Old Pain EP.

Another Year is slated to release sometime next spring. We’ll keep you posted as more details are revealed on the follow-up to 2015’s Yes It Is. For the time being, the band will be touring the US with Swingin’ Utters – see if they’re coming to your town below.



Video: Jeff Rosenstock does acoustic video for new song “Melba”

While jamming at an acoustic session for Exclaim, Jeff Rosenstock gave us a new song, “Melba.” No word yet on whether or not this song will appear on a proper release but you can check out the video below

Rosenstock’s latest album Worry was released in 2016 through SideOneDummy. He also released a split, with Skasucks, last month.