Manchester, UK punks Clayface are gearing up to release their debut LP Ailments through Punk Rock Radar, Cat’s Claw Records, White Russian Records, and a bunch of other awesome labels. Check out the music video for the lead single “Big Things Happen At Greenfield Skatepark” below. The record will be available to pre-order here, starting March 10th.
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Dayton, Ohio’s Houseghost made waves in 2020 when Rad Girlfriend Records released their self-titled debut LP at the height of the pandemic. On their new album Another Realm, the band fronted by the brother-sister duo of Nick and Kayla Hamby delivers more lo-fi pop-punk with thematic horror punk lyrics. They call it “spooky punk”, and I think that’s a fitting description.
The whole record is great (it probably would have been on my “Best of 2022” list if I hadn’t already made it lol). If I had to choose a few standout songs, I’d go with “Heart Up”, “Pretty Red”, “Nameless”, and the Lillingtons-esque “Night in the Woods”.
If these guys aren’t already on your radar, I highly recommend giving Another Realm a listen below. And if you’d like to support Houseghost, you can do so by grabbing a digital copy of the album here (I’d recommend picking it up on vinyl, but it’s sold out!).
When The Walls Fell is a transatlantic punk band that blends in-your-face street punk with upbeat, melodic pop-punk and ripping guitar leads. And while that may sound like it shouldn’t work, it most certainly does. The project is the brainchild of two primary members; Queens, New York’s Jim Rundle records guitar, bass, and drums while Poole, England’s Ross Sutcliffe takes the lead on vocals.
My friends at Punk Rock Radar recently turned me on to these guys and their killer new album Build Back Better. Listen for yourself below and head over to Bandcamp and kick a few bucks their way for the digital download. Don’t forget to tell ’em your friends at Dying Scene sent ya!
A few days ago, I presented our Facebook followers with a simple task: Recommend some awesome bands to be featured on the next entry in Dying Scene’s Ten Underrated Bands You Should Be Listening To column. You guys came through big time, and now I have something like 200 fucking bands to sift through! What have I gotten myself into?! ?
Anyway, one of the bands that immediately grabbed my attention was Bear Away. Recommended by a reader named Kevin from Las Vegas, these guys have totally flown under my radar for the entirety of the three years they’ve been around. I took Kevin’s advice and checked out their brand new album A Drastic Tale of Western Living and I really liked what I heard! Don’t just take my word for it, listen for yourself below.
Haling from Scarborough, UK, the four piece Bear Away has a kinda fuzzy, melodic sound with a bit of a Midwest punk feel. A Drastic Tale… is a very solid debut effort that will serve as a great introduction to new listeners (like me!). No matter what corner of the world you’re in, you can probably grab a copy of this record. Brassneck and Engineer Records released it in the UK, with the following labels handling international distribution: Sell the Heart Records in North America, Shield Recordings in Europe, and Waterslide Records in Japan. So if you like what you hear, hit up one of those awesome labels! And tell ’em your friends at Dying Scene sent ya ?
Here in America we’re still recovering from Thanksgiving and the food comas that ensued. Meanwhile across the pond, London punks Old Chase are releasing a new single. Here at Dying Scene, we’re all about bringing the punk to the people, so we’re stoked to premiere the band’s brand new music video for “Superman Diazepam”. Check it out below!
This track is taken from the band’s upcoming Showtime Split LP with their countrymen The Upshot. The record is coming soon via Cat’s Claw Records (UK), Punk Rock Radar (US), and Fast Decade Records (EU). Stay tuned for more details.
With just a week to go before the release of Brighton, UK skate punks Making Friends‘ highly anticipated debut album Fine Dying, Dying Scene is stoked to bring you their newest single “Millionaires”. It’s a no nonsense minute and 30 second banger; check out the music video!
Fine Dining is due out next Friday, November 3rd, and it’s being co-released by a bunch of awesome labels all over the world. Here are all the places you can pre-order the record:
The possibilities are truly endless, folks!
Dutch melodic punks Toska Fall are gearing up to release their new EP A Little Advice this Saturday, March 18th on White Russian Records, Cat’s Claw Records and Punk Rock Radar. But you don’t have to wait another second to listen to this six-song ripper, because your buddies at Dying Scene (hey, that’s us!) are bringing you this exclusive premiere of the EP. Go ahead and check it out below!
My fellow collector nerds will be pleased to know that A Little Advice is getting released on colored vinyl. The red LP is limited to 100 copies and includes the band’s last EP It Falls Apart on the B-Side, so you’re basically getting a full-length album. Very cool! Grab the record here (EU), here (UK), or here (US). Or if you’re a 21st century digital boy, hit up Bandcamp and toss ’em a few bucks for that download.
Weekend Cigarettes are a four-piece melodic punk band hailing from Alessandria, Italy. Their latest album The Chosen One was released earlier this year through Rocketman Records in Italy and Punk Rock Radar here in the states. We’re stoked to premiere the band’s brand new music video for “Over the Lies”, one of many standout tracks on the album.
Hot on the heels of their debut single “Detoxstaycation“, Dying Scene is stoked to bring you the exclusive premiere of British punks The Upshot‘s new track “Haven Road”. Here’s what the band had to say about their song, which you can check out below:
“Haven Road is a personal recollection of stories from the house Matt lived in for 3 years. It was where bands formed, bands on tour stayed and where Matt & Marc’s band rehearsed. It was where memories were made and “friends became lovers”. It was where parties bore all manner of stories, some of which are told in this song.”