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Goldfinger begin working on first album in 9 years

As of late, California ska-punk veterans Goldfinger are in the studio working on their first album in years. No further more information has been revealed, but Nick Hexum from 311 revealed on Instagram that he is doing guest vocals on the new record.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on the Goldfinger record come to light. The band has not released a full-length studio album since Hello Destiny in 2008.



Teenage Bottlerocket recording new album

According to a recent post on their Instagram page, Wyoming pop-punk veterans Teenage Bottlerocket have returned to the Blasting Room and are recording a new album. All we currently know about the record is that it’s slated to release this summer through Fat Wreck Chords.

Teenage Bottlerocket last released Tales from Wyoming in 2015 on Rise Records. We’ll keep you posted as more details on the band’s new album come to light.



Encourager (pop-punk) recording new album, stream cover of Weezer’s “Punk Triangle”

Seattle punk act Encourager have just announced that they’re hard at work recording their third album. While they haven’t supplied any release details yet they have put up a stream of a cover of Weezer’s “Pink Triangle”, a song they recorded while in the studio working on said new album.

Give it a listen below.

Encourager released their last album, “I Get A Kick Out Of Jokes”, in 2014.



Exclusive: Jason Cruz spills surprising details on new Strung Out EP “Black Out The Sky”

Last week word quickly spread through the interwebs that California punk legends Strung Out had begun working on a new album titled “Black Out The Sky”. Beyond that, details were largely nonexistent, but luckily for you DS readers we were able to get the full scoop directly from singer Jason Cruz himself.

What we learned is as exciting as it is unexpected. Basically, this isn’t going to be your standard Strung Out release. For one, it’s going to be acoustic. Yeah. Second, its apparently going to be some of the band’s “darkest” work to date. Intriguing! Here’s exactly what Cruz told us:

“Strung out is currently working on a 5-7 song EP entitled “Black Out The Sky” set to release early summer 2017 on Fat Wreck Chords. BOTS will be a collection of acoustic songs written with a loose theme to match the title. To simply call it an ‘acoustic album’ would not be doing it justice and it very well may be our darkest release yet.

Never writing same record twice – yet at the same time staying true to our fans has always been our priority as a band. We do not plan on abandoning our signature sound but with the way things are now, this record may be the perfect remedy in a world where everything is turned up to eleven. We are confident fans of Strung Out will not be disappointed.”

We’ll keep you posted as progress is made on the album and with any luck we’ll convince the band to let us premiere a song early for you guys. Stay tuned!

Strung Out’s last album Transmission.Alpha.Delta was released in early 2015 on Fat Wreck Chords.



Social Distortion getting ready to hit the studio

After many years of speculation and false starts, Social Distortion frontman recently told L.A. Times that he has begun writing the band’s long-awaited new album, which will be their first since 2011’s Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes, and is looking forward to hitting the studio.

Ness didn’t reveal more information about the record, but it is likely that the band is planning to hit the studio right after their upcoming U.S. tour, which begins on the last day of this month and wrap up in April.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on the new Social D record come to light.



Jim Lindberg side-project Wraths recording new EP

According to a recent Twitter post from Bird Attack Records, Pennywise frontman Jim Lindberg’s side-project Wraths are in the studio recording a new EP. All we currently know about the release is that it’s “coming soon,” but we’ll keep you posted as more details are revealed.

Wraths released their self-titled debut album last year through Bird Attack. Dying Scene spoke with Lindberg shortly after the LP’s release, in an interview that you can check out here.



It’s official: Eighteen Visions have reformed and are working on a new album!

After reporting last night that Eighteen Visions were teasing a reunion, the legendary post-hardcore/metalcore band has officially reformed and is recording their first album in 11 years with producer Mick Kenney at The Barracks Recording Studio in Huntington Beach.

The only members confirmed to be part of the reunion are apparently frontman James Hart, guitarist/vocalist Keith Barney and drummer Trevor Friedrich. There’s no word on who will replace Mick Morris — who was the bassist for Eighteen Visions from 2001 to their breakup in 2007, and died from pre-existing heart condition in 2013 — but we’ll keep you posted as more details on the reunion come to light.

Eighteen Visions broke up in 2007, after twelve years together, spanning five albums (the last being their 2006 self-titled album).



Bad Brains to work on new music this fall

In a Q&A session following a showing of the Finding Joseph I documentary in New York earlier this week, Bad Brains frontman H.R. revealed that the band plans to get to together this fall to work on new material. Although he did not indicate if the new material will result in a new album, H.R. stated:

“Well what I’ve been talking to Doc and Darryl about was if they’d like to come together in the fall.”

The members of Bad Brains recently hinted that their next album, titled Mind Power, will be their last. We’ll keep you posted as more details on the follow-up to 2012’s Into the Future come to light.



Satanic Surfers recording new music

According to a recent post on their Facebook page, Swedish skate punk veterans Satanic Surfers are currently in the studio recording new music. The band did not specify whether they are working on a full-length album, but we’ll keep you posted as more details are revealed.

Satanic Surfers released their last album Taste the Poison way back in 2005 through Bad Taste Records. They will be touring Latin America in February.



Hot Water Music will release new album, first in 5 years

About six months ago, we reported on the rumblings of new material from Hot Water Music, and now it looks like it’s official!  Chuck Ragan recently told The Punk Site that the band is officially in the studio, working on new music for a 2017 release.  This will be the band’s first album since Exister came out five years ago.

Ragan had this to say about the new music:  “Energy is high, vibes are good so to say the least, we’re stoked to have this new record underway. We owe everything to our loved ones for standing by us all these years of us continuing this path. Without their support, we would’ve run out of fuel quite some time ago. Our fans have been a constant inspiration as well. A beautiful community of music lovers that share the same vision and ethics that this band was born into and continues to share through songs. Thank you for all the years of support and always going above and beyond the call whenever it came to making it to our shows to sing your hearts out. Our gratitude is much more than what I could ever put into words. We’ll be trucking along in the studio and looking forward to getting everyone some new music soon.”

Needless to say, we’ll keep you posted as more information about the new album comes out.



Anti-Flag talks about the possibility of a 2017 album release

Fans of Anti-Flag may have something to get excited about in 2017.  Although there’s no official word yet, Anti-Flag’s recent interview with Billboard magazine hints at a new, “angry” record that could come out sometime this year.

Guitarist/vocalist Justin Sane had this to say:  “Ultimately I just want to make the best record we can,” he says. “I think that for as much as the politics about all this are going to matter, writing the best songs we can and playing music is something that helps me keep my sanity — even when we’re doing songs that are political in nature and about difficult problems. So we want the music to be good, not just angry.” He’s hoping for a fall release, but Sane also doesn’t want to rush into topical commentary without giving issues some time to develop.”

Anti-Flag’s last studio album was 2015’s Cease Fires.



Stream Beartooth’s BBC radio session

Beartooth performed four songs for the BBC at the legendary Maida Vale studios. All four tracks are from their newest album, “Aggressive” – “Hated,” “Sick Of Me,” “Aggressive” and “Rock Is Dead.”

You can listen to the live session over on the BBC website now.



The Lillingtons recording new music

According to a recent Facebook post from Red Scare Industries, Wyoming pop-punk veterans The Lillingtons are in the studio recording new music. They did not specify whether the band’s working on a full-length or an EP, but we’ll keep you posted as more details are revealed.

After reuniting for Riot Fest in 2013, The Lillingtons have continued to sporadically play reunion shows. Since releasing their last album The Too Late Show in 2006, the only new music they have put out was a song called “Pyramids” on Red Scare’s 10th anniversary compilation.



The Melvins in the studio

Although it’s only been six months since The Melvins released their last record Basses Loaded, the band shared an image from the studio on their Facebook page, with the caption simply saying “In the studio.” It is not known if it is another album or a different release, but we’ll keep you posted as more details come to light.

Released last June via Ipepac Recordings, Basses Loaded was the second Melvins album to be released this year. Last April, they released the collaboration album with Mike Kunka (godheadSilo, Enemymine), Three Men and a Baby, which was recorded way back in 1999.



The Dopamines finish recording new album

According to a post on their Facebook page, Cincinnati’s Dopamines have finished recording a new full-length album. All we know right now is the LP will be titled Tales of Interest, but we’ll keep you posted as more details are revealed.

This will be the Dopamines’ fourth studio album. It will serve as the follow-up to Vices, which was released in 2012 through It’s Alive Records.