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Knockin’ Chucks (punk) streaming new album “Can You Hear Me Knockin’?”

Texas punks Knockin’ Chucks are streaming their latest release Can You Hear Me Knockin’?. The album harkens back to the early 90’s punk sound, amazing riffs and throaty vocals, all in all a pretty solid album top to bottom.

Give the new album a listen below.

This is the first new music from Knockin’ Chucks since their 2017 release Beers, Buds, Babes. If your a fan of The Vandals or Dwarves these guys combine the catchy Vandals musical stylings while embracing the Dwarves ability to fire off scrappy in your face lyrics. 



Rise Against release “Voices Off Camera (Ghost Note Symphonies)”

Rise Against have released their reimaged version of “Voices Off Camera” (originally from their breakthrough “Revolutions Per Minute” album) as a single, ahead of their acoustic compilation album, “The Ghost Note Symphonies, Vol 1”, out on July 27th.

You can have a listen below. The track is also up now on all the usual streaming platforms.



Kyle Trocolla and The Strangers stream “THE Moon USA”

Kyle Trocolla, who is best known for his work with Two Fisted Law and for his solo folk punk album The Stranger, has now recruited members from Two Fisted Law and Zombii for an alt-country project titled Kyle Trocolla and The Strangers. They are streaming their new album THE Moon USA, a whiskey fueled heartfelt jaunt of aggressive country rock and roll.

Check out the stream below.



Real Talk (Pop Punk) Stream Video for Single “Bury Me Easy” From Forthcoming Album “Arrivals”

The pop punkers of Real Talk are allowing fans to stream a video for their latest single “Bury Me Easy”. The track itself was produced  by Seth Anderson from Always.Be.Genius. Recording Studio. Meanwhile, the visuals were created by Burke Cullinane Films.

“Bury Me Easy” is taken from an upcoming Real Talk EP titled Arrivals. It’s due for release at a currently undisclosed date later this year on Anchor Eighty Four.

You can check out “Bury Me Easy” below.



Future Corpse (Prog/Post-Hardcore, Australia) Stream new album “Culture Ruins Everything Around Me”

The best thing about writing for an online magazine like DyingScene is finding banging new music from all corners of the globe. This morning my eyes and ears have been opened to the technical progressive hardcore sounds of Melbourne’s Future Corpse – a three-piece blend of musical insanity that’s an absolute must-listen for fans of riffery, odd song structures, and creative timings.

Future Corpse have just released Culture Ruins Everything Around Me. The seven track record is the most recent from the band since their 2016 release, Another World to Consume.

Check out Culture Ruins Everything Around Me below.



Choke the Pope (Pop Punk, WA) Stream Single “Shit Luck” From Forthcoming Album “Who Cares”

Seattle pop-punk three-piece Choke the Pope are allowing fans to stream a single ahead of their forthcoming album release. The tune titled “Shit Luck” will appear on the album Who Cares.

Choke the Pope’s prior release was the 2016 effort Emotional Material.

You can check out Who Cares below.



Kill Lincoln (Ska, DC) End Hiatus With a Load of Release News

DC ska punks Kill Lincoln are back in action after a brief hiatus. They’ve just announced pre-sales for the vinyl pressing of their 2015 EP, Good Riddance to Good Advice. The release will be combined with single “Second Cities” which has a collection of live tracks on the B Side. 

The band has also announced that the pressing will be on their newly formed label Bad Time Records which will focus exclusively on ska and punk releases. 

In addition to all of the above, Kill Lincoln will be on tour this August with the New Orleans ska punk outfit Joystick, hitting the East Coast and Midwest from August 10-18.  

You can pre-order “Good Riddance to Good Advice” now here and the tour dates are below.


The Attack (Punk, FL) Stream Single “Bad Guy” and Tour the UK

Florida-based punks The Attack are streaming their new single “Bad Guy”. The tune appears on their upcoming split with UK punk band No Thrills.

The release of “Bad Guy” comes just ahead of the band’s latest visit to the UK which will see the quartet take the road with punk-rock-legends The Queers through late July and August. The run of shows will include a performance at Blackpool’s Rebellion Festival.

You can listen to “Bad Guy” below.



Brigades release new single “Sucker”

South Carolina pop-punk group Brigades have released a new single, “Sucker“. The track has been released as a single, ahead of their upcoming 6 song EP “True Blue”, which is out on July 27th. The track follows recent video “Turmoil”, which you can watch below.

The band released “Indefinite” back in 2015.



Nerdlinger (melodic punk, AU) release new album “Happy Place”

Aussie skate punk four-piece Nerdlinger have released new album “Happy Place” via Pee Records and Disconnect Disconnect Records. The album follows 2015’s “Trendsetter” EP and includes recent video “Underrated“.

You can have a listen to the album below.



Thrice announce tour dates and release date for new album “Palms”

West coast post-hardcore band Thrice has announced the release date of their new album. Palms, the follow up to the 2016 LP To Be Everywhere Is to Be Nowhere, will be released on September 14. It is the first album they will be releasing with Epitaph Records.

The band have also announced a headlining tour to support the new album. See those tour dates below.



Swingin’ Utters stream “Human Potential” off upcoming album ‘Peace and Love’

West coast punk stalwarts Swingin’ Utters have announced that they are releasing a new album titled Peace and Love on August 31 via long time home Fat Wreck Chords. To get you pumped you can check out the first single “Human Potential” below.

Peace and Love is Swingin’ Utters first release since last year’s compilation album Drowning in the Sea, Rising with the Sun and their first studio album since 2014s Fistful of Hollow.



Cope (UK hardcore) stream “Wounds”

London based hardcore punks Cope have announced a new single “Wounds”. The band last released Tooth and Nail in the fall of 2017.

Check out the stream below.



Dead Bars/Red Car Burn split announced via teaser video

Seattle’s Dead Bars and Italy’s Red Car Burns are teaming up to release a 7-inch split October 5th via No Reason Records. No Reason announced the split via a teaser video that you can see below.

Dream Gig was released by Dead Bars last March via No Idea Records while Red Car Burn’s debut self-titled full-length was released in 2015.



The Blankz premiere music video for “White Baby”

Photo courtesy of Slope Records.

Slope Records newest band, The Blankz, are letting loose their new video for their tune “White Baby” which is the first single off their debut 7”. The record hits the streets on Friday, July 13, and Slope topman, Thomas Lopez, took on several roles with the new video including director and star. Lopez appears as his band alter ego, Tommy Blank, in the 3:06 tribute to all things related to non-traditional families, new wave, and snotty punk rock.

The video is a good bit of fun and it is going to be airing on MTV’s Indie Playlist starting July 29. “White Baby” explores Lopez’s peculiar upbringing as a white child adopted by a Mexican family. Check out the video below.