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New, Noteworthy, & Free: Brooklyn emo-pop-punks Cold Wrecks’ new album “This Could Be Okay”

Price is no indication of quality, certainly not in the music industry, and definitely not in punk rock. “This Could Be Okay,” the new album from New York-based emo pop punk four-piece Cold Wrecks, is proof positive of that. Four tracks into this release I knew I’d be giving them my money despite the “pay what you want” price tag.

I highly recommend giving this album a listen below. I admit I’m only halfway through it as I write this post but I’ll go out on a limb and say my favorite track is “The Season.” Wow.



New & Noteworthy: Stream Snacks? / Audio Visceral split EP (punk rock)

The new split between Ontario based punk acts Snacks? and Audio Visceral may not break new ground in terms of genre defining styles but you wouldn’t be reading Dying Scene if you didn’t love punk rock just the way it is. What I can tell you is that the four songs on this release (2 from each band) will remind you exactly why you love it so much. The more melodic and polished songs from Snacks? are instantly catchy and they compliment the grittier Audio Visceral half well, making every track a standout track on this release. I highly recommend you give it a listen below.



Glory Hole (Switzerland) stream new album “Don’t Rip”

Swiss punk act Glory Hole are streaming their new album, Don’t Rip, which was originally released in April 2018, and just put out again via PCT Musiqe.

You can give it a listen below, and if you like what you hear, you can get the whole thing as a pay what you want download.

Glory Hole last released The Way Out in 2012.



The Abolitionist (punk, Portland) stream new album “A New Militance”

Portland, OR punk act The Abolitionist are streaming their new album, A New Militance, which was released on January 7th via 1859 Records.

You can give it a listen below.  If you like what you hear, the band is offering the album as a pay what you want download.

The Abolitionist last released The Instant in May 2018.



Melodic Punk Style Streams 27 Track Compilation, Feat. Chaser, I Against I, and Satanic Surfers

Like just about everyone else, the good folks over at Melodic Punk Style love a good compilation. Their latest, Sound of Us, Volume 7 features a massive 27 tracks of skate punk and melodic hardcore. Amongst those featured on the collection are metal-edged UK shredders Fair Do’s; Slovenia’s finest, The Mor(r)ons; and California speed merchants, Chaser.

Check out Sound of Us, Volume 7 below.



Uncle Djuzeppe & The Mob Release New Single “Drama Queen” for Free Download

New York City multicultural ska punks Uncle Djuzeppe & The Mob have released a new single entitled “Drama Queen” on their Bandcamp. The track is slated to be followed by a music video in the coming months. For now though, you can download the track for free via Bandcamp.

“Drama Queen” is the first release by Uncle Djuzeppe & The Mob since their last EP “The Mob Rule” which came out in 2018. You can listen to “Drama Queen” below.



Panhandler (emo/pop-punk) stream new album “Wherever That Is”

Swedish emo/pop-punk act Panhandler are streaming their new album, Wherever That Is, which was released on December 8th via Trash Crusader Records (Europe) and Whisk and Key Records, (Australia).

You can give it a listen below, and if you like what you hear, the band is offering the whole thing as a pay what you want download.

Panhandler last released There Goes The Neighborhood in July 2016.



Listen: Talk Show Host / Chump / Bias (pop/skate-punk) stream 3 way split

PCT Musique is proud to present the 4th volume of its Canada-Europe split series featuring Toronto pop-punkers Talk Show Host, recent DS band spotlight Belgium’s Chump and France’s BIAS. A great intro to all three bands if you’re unfamiliar with them. 

The split is available for download as a “name-your-price” on Bandcamp and you can stream it below.



Aanthems stream new track “Pure Fire”

Aanthems are now streaming their new track “Pure Fire.”

The track is expected to make an appearance on Rocket From Russia’s Punkcouver Volume 2 Compilation. 

Check out the new track below!



Shrug Dealer (NY Skate Punk) Release New EP for Name-Your-Price

NY Punks Shrug Dealer just released their debut EP for name-your-price on bandcamp. It’s around 12 minutes long, and has been likened to Lagwagon, Satanic Surfers, and Propagandhi.

If you’re looking for a new high-energy punk band, you can listen to their self-titled debut below.



The Gullibles release new EP “Do You Like Heavy Metal?” for name-your-price

Georgia’s own The Gullibles have released a new EP, Do You Like Heavy Metal, for name-your-price at bandcamp. Their song “Gay Parade” was covered by Teenage Bottlerocket in last year’s Stealing the Covers.

You can stream the EP below, and buy it at bandcamp.



The Murderburgers stream new EP “Shitty People and Toothache”

Scottish punks The Murderburgers are now streaming their brand spankin’ new EP (by brand new we really mean it was released last week) “Shitty People and Toothache.”

The four song EP was released by Brassneck Records in the UK and Asian Man in the US. You can also buy the vinyls from each label in orange and green from each label respectively.

Check out the new digs below!



Suburban Samurai (Punk, VT) stream new EP “Short But Not Short Enough”

Burlington, VT punk act Suburban Samurai are streaming their new EP Short But Not Short Enough, which was released on June 6th.

You can give it a listen below, and if you like what you hear, the band is offering the whole thing as a pay what you want download.

Suburban Samurai last released Six Month Winter in January 2017.



Pet Symmetry release new EP “Reflection”

Chicago songsmiths Pet Symmetry are streaming their new EP, Reflection, which was released on May 25th, 2018 and includes something I’m sure was a long time coming; a cover of The Ramones’ “Pet Cemetery”.

You can give the EP a listen below.

Pet Symmetry last released Vision in May 2017.



Sally Draper (punk, New Jersey) stream new album “How Is That Fair?”

New Jersey punk band Sally Draper are streaming their new album, How Is That Fair?

You can give it a listen below, and if you like what you hear, the band is offering the whole thing as a pay what you want download.

How Is That Fair? was released on May 18th.  It follows their 2017 album Does Too.