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2 Minute Minor

2Minute Minor is a Oldschool Style American Hardcore Punk Band heavily influenced by 80s Hardcore and the Working Class Oi! sound. Mixing in a message of Positivity & Unity. We are advocates for Human Rights. Formed in Chicago IL

Alkaline Trio

Chicago’s Alkaline Trio formed in December, 1996. They’ve released nine full-length studio albums. Oh yeah! Their singer’s in Blink-182, too.

AWEFUL

Aweful brew the kind of three-chord power trio badassery of your youth, with plenty of snark and brassy vocal chops to go around.”

Bad Sons

Chicago Street Punk. “Fast. Loud”

Counterpunch

Skate/90’s melodic punk rock band from Chicago, IL. Half Blackhawks fans, half Red Wings fans. We like beer, kebabs & good tunes. Featuring ex-members of We Are the Union (Paper + Plastick Records), Voice of Addiction, & She Likes Todd. Check out our pages & follow us on twitter! Merch available online at BigCartel. Cheers!  

Criminal Kids

Chicago, IL “Punk Rock from the Southside of Chicago.”

Dan Vapid and the Cheats

Pop punk band from Chicago featuring former members of Screeching Weasel, The Riverdales, The Methadones, and more.

DS Exclusive: Counterpunch debut video for “Judgement Day”

Dying Scene is fired up to bring you the brand new video from Counterpunch! The Chicago punks put out their latest album, Rewire, last month via Thousand Islands Records and SBAM Records, and today they’ve unveiled the video for the featured track “Judgement Day.” Here’s what the band had to say about the video’s symbolism: […]

Dying Scene is fired up to bring you the brand new video from Counterpunch! The Chicago punks put out their latest album, Rewire, last month via Thousand Islands Records and SBAM Records, and today they’ve unveiled the video for the featured track “Judgement Day.” Here’s what the band had to say about the video’s symbolism:

So when I was writing this song I had sort of a comic book fantasy of what this song would look like and then what actually drove the lyrics. It was something along the lines of a god figure showing up to see what its creation has become. Disappointed, the being is trying to decide if it’s time to hit the reset button. Lyrically I wrote this song based on the observations of how folks engage on social media. Wake up, log on and start judging. What that process does to one’s self and how that same place we use to promote and explore is also being used to blame, manipulate and ostracize. The lyrics describe how that world drains on me mentally. “Defeated, beaten, broken and disturbed.” Asking myself over and over “who will save you now from yourself?” I’m trying to highlight the inner struggle to stay plugged in, or remove myself from that world altogether.

Check out the video below!

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