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Fucked Up release new track “House Of Keys”

 

Fucked Up are streaming another new track, “House Of Keys”, taken from their upcoming album, Dose Your Dreams, out October 8th via Merge Records/Arts & Crafts. 

You can have a listen below. Dose Your Dreams is the bands’ first full length since 2014’s Glass Boys.



Fucked Up release music video for “Normal People”

Canadian harcore act Fucked Up have released a new video for their song “Normal People,” which comes from their upcoming album, Dose Your Dreams, that is set to be released on October 8th via Merge Records/Arts & Crafts. 

You can check it out below.

Dose Your Dreams is the bands’ first full length since 2014’s Glass Boys.



New Music: Viva Death (Face To Face’s Scott Shiflett) debuts “Ready To Go” from upcoming album, “Illuminate”

We’ve been waiting on this one for a looooong time, and all of a sudden, it’s here!

But first, a history lesson. Viva Death started as a baritone-guitar driven project spearheaded by Face To Face’s Scott Shiflett and Trever Keith. The lineup on the band’s first few albums (2002’s Viva Death and 2006’s One Percent Panic) was filled out by Shiflett’s younger brother, Chris, the omnipresent Josh Freese on drums and producer extraordinaire Chad Blinman (Face To Face, Saves The Day, The Get Up Kids and more). 2010 brought the project’s third release, Curse The Darkness, but also had turned into a labor-of-love project between Blinman and the elder Shiflett, who played virtually all of the instruments on that go-’round.

In the years since Curse The Darkness, Face To Face has obviously become much busier again and Shiflett and Blinman live on opposite coasts, so Viva Death took a back seat. They came together a while back to record a brand new album, and the fruits of their labor are finally upon us. The new album is called Illuminate, and it is due for release on October 26th. Pre-orders are available at all the normal outlets here, and you can check out the album opener “Ready To Go” below!



Thrice release lyric video for new track “Only Us”

Thrice are to release “Palms”, the follow up to the 2016 LP “To Be Everywhere Is to Be Nowhere”, on September 14th via Epitaph Records. Ahead of the album, the band have released a lyric video for the synth based single “Only Us”. You can have a watch below.

Various pre-order packages for the album are up now.



Pardans (Jazz-Punk) stream new single “Burning House Bedding”

Pardans, a jazz-punk band from Copenhagen, Denmark, are streaming “Burning House Bedding” off their upcoming album Spit and Image. It is due out October 5 via Tambourhinoceros.

If you like your jazz spiked with a furious energy be sure to check out the song below.



Restorations stream new song “Nonbeliever”

Philly punk band Restorations are streaming their new song, “Nonbeliever,” which comes from their upcoming album LP5000 that is scheduled for a September 28 release via Tiny Engines.

You can give it a listen below.

Restorations last released LP3 in 2014.



Lower Automation (Experimental Punk) stream new EP “Shoebox Companion”

Chicago experimental punk act Lower Automation are streaming their new EP, Shoebox Companion, which was released on July 27th.

You can give it a listen below.

Lower Automation last released The Pulpit Tumble in August 2017.



Fucked Up release video for new track “Raise Your Voice Joyce” ahead of album


Canadian harcore act Fucked Up are to release a new album, “Dose Your Dreams”, on October 8th via Merge Records/Arts & Crafts. To mark the announcement, the band have released a video for track two of the album, “Raise Your Voice Joyce”. Full album details and pre-orders are up on Bandcamp. The record is the first full length since 2014’s “Glass Boys”.

You can watch the video below.



Joyce Manor release video for “Million Dollars to Kill Me” ahead of new album

Joyce Manor have announced a new album Million Dollars to Kill Me which is set to be released September 21. They have released a lyric video for the title track “Million Dollars to Kill Me” which showcases their understated but poignant lyrical style.

They have also announced a slew of North American tour dates.

Check out the video and the tour dates 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.



Restorations stream new track “The Red Door” off of upcoming album “LP5000”

Philly punks Restoration are now streaming their new track, “The Red Door” which comes off of their new album LP5000 via Tiny Engines. This is the band’s first full-length release since 2014.

Check out the new track below!



Slumb Party stream “Happy Now” via Drunken Sailor Records

Nottingham UK’s Slumb Party are streaming their new album Happy Now via Drunken Sailor Records. This album is a genre-bender as it’s equal parts post punk, soul punk, no wave, garage punk, and skronk.

Check it out, in all of it’s discordant glory, below.

 



Thrice signs to Epitaph, releases video for new song “The Grey”, announces tour

Legendary post-hardcore band Thrice has just signed with Epitaph Records.

“We grew up listening to and being inspired by Epitaph bands, and have always admired and respected the label’s independent spirit and ethics,” they said. “To finally be a part of the family there is an absolute honor, and we couldn’t be more excited about our future with them.”

They have also released a lyric-video for their new track “The Grey” and announced a co-headlining tour with The Bronx and label-mates Teenage Wrist. Tickets are on sale now at Sound Rink.

Check out the video and tour dates below.



Fucked Up announce release of limited edition 7″, stream new cover of “High Rise”

Canadian harcore act Fucked Up have announced that they’ll be releasing a new limited edition 7″ on Tankcrimes. There are only 500 copies available for sale which you can pre order here. The 7″ features a cover of “High Rise” by the Trainspotters and their track “Tower on Time.” The vinyl will officially be available June 15th, so make sure to grab a copy before they run out!

Fucked Up are also streaming their cover of the 80s classic track, which you can check out below.

 



Self Defense Family announce new LP “Have You Considered Punk Music”

Run For Cover Records have announced that they’ve signed Self Defense Family. The band will release their debut LP for the label, “Have You Considered Punk Music”, on June 29th. Pre-orders are up now. The band will tour the US in June.

Full details of the tour are below, as is a video for the title track of the album, which the band have released to mark the announcement.