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Much The Same working on third album

Much The Same have confirmed that they are working on their third album at the moment. The band posted on Facebook to say the following: “If you haven’t put together what Dan and Jevin are doing in LA, I guess we’d like to announce that Much the Same has finally begun recording our third record! Ironically, today is 4 years since the day we first announced we were reuniting to record new material. We’ve had quite the ride since then, but it’s all starting to come together. We’ll do our best to keep everyone updated as the recording process moves along. We are all extremely excited for everyone to hear our new songs so stay tuned for more info about an upcoming release!

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Broadway Calls (pop punk) working on first album in six years!

Broadway Calls haven’t put out an album since ‘Confort/Distraction’ in 2013. That is finally going to change as the band have announced that they are going to release new material in 2020 via Red Scare. If you enjoyed big songs like ‘Back To Oregon’ and ‘Basement Royalty’ a few years back, keep an eye out for what is to come.

Red Scare will also be making their debut self-titled album from 2007 available on digital platforms on April 5th.

The band have also announced some tour dates that can be seen below.



Ben Weinmann (The Dillinger Escape Plan) is recording with Suicidal Tendencies

It looks like Ben Weinman of The Dillinger Escape Plan is becoming a full time member of California punk rock icons Suicidal Tendencies.  After filling in on guitar at their live shows, Ben has now been recording with the band.

You can see all the details of this union, including some in studio videos, here.

Suicidal Tendencies last released Still Cyco Punk After All These Years in September 2018.



Strung Out finish new album

California punk legends Strung Out announced on their Instragram profile that they are on the last week of tracking their new album at Maple Sound Studios.

When the record will be released is unknown, but we’ll keep you posted as more details on it come to light.

Strung Out last released the acoustic EP Black Out the Sky about a year ago on Fat Wreck Chords, while their most recent full-length record Transmission.Alpha.Delta came out in 2015.



The Lawrence Arms begin working on first album in five years

It’s been five years since The Lawrence Arms released their latest album Metropole. Well, now the band is in the studio working on a new album, with eight songs written or recorded so far, including a cover song.

This is what the band wrote, separately, on their Twitter account: “8 songs for this new record. One is a cover. Chris is better than ever and beex is deeply disturbed. It’s gonna be wild.It’s not gonna be an 8 song record, dipshits. This is merely a progress report.Oh. It’s not the kinda cover you’re thinkin. You’ll never even know which one it is.”

The Lawrence Arms’ most recent release is the compilation album We Are the Champions of the World, which was released in March of last year on Fat Wreck Chords.



Frank Turner finishes new album

Frank Turner recently announced that he has finished recording his eighth studio album with producer Catherine Marks. He tweeted:

“It’s a wrap! Just finished tracking album 8 with the incredible @cjmarks. Keeping the details close to my chest for now, and we have yet to mix, but very excited to have a sprawling experimental bunch of songs in the bag. Should be out later in the year!”

The new album will be the follow-up to Be More Kind, which was released last May via Xtra Mile Recordings.



Black Flag announce UK run, working on new album

Black Flag have announced a set of autumn UK shows with support from Total Chaos.

The band are currently in the studio recording material for their upcoming eighth studio album. The last studio album they released was ‘What the….’ in 2013.

Black Flag begin their UK tour at London’s Electric Ballroom on October 7th and finish in Manchester on October 13th.

Tickets go on sale at 9am on March 6 here. Dates can be seen below.



FM359 (Mike McColgan, Rick Barton and friends) are back in the studio!

We’ve been sitting on information about this announcement for a little while now, but since it’s Facebook official, we’ll go ahead and spill a few of the beans. FM359 are back!

The band’s frontman Mike McColgan (above, right) has posted a few pictures of he and guitar player Rick Barton (above, left, most recently better known from Continental) holed up with producer Andrew Dickson (above, center) at the latter’s studio in Nashville, Tennessee, where they’re hard at work on a follow-up to their 2014 debut, Truth, Love & Liberty. Yes, that’s right, it’s somehow been more than five years since the duo teamed up with McColgan’s fellow Street Dog Johnny Rioux (who’s currently out on the road as part of another fellow Street Dog’s band, Lenny Lashley’s Gang of One) and a few friends for the release of that album, which mixed folk rock, classic rock, and very traditional (read as: Revolutionary War-era) Americana sounds for one of the most unique albums of that particular year.

A little bird told us that McColgan and Barton and their eventual filled-out lineup are hoping to put out their new album later this year, and to play a handful of shows, probably on the East Coast, when the time comes. Stay tuned, boys and girls!

Truth, Love & Liberty was released on Pirates Press Records in January 2014.

 



Noodles confirms new Offspring album is finished

The Offspring guitarist Noodles confirmed on his Instagram account that the band’s long-awaited new album is finished. He’s quoted as saying:

“The album is done. Working on getting it to the fans now. Stay tuned!”

The follow-up to 2012’s Days Go By is reportedly due for release later this year, and Noodles said a while ago that they were working on two albums, though it’s not clear if it will result in separate or double album(s).



Makewar Recording New Album!

Dying Scene favorites (or favourites, depending how North and/or East of our home office you live) MakeWar are making a new album!

The New York based trio recently holed up at the Barber Shop Studio in North Jersey to get to work on a full-length follow-up to 2016’s Developing A Theory Of Integrity. They’ve posted a few photos as evidence: check ’em out here. stay tuned for more on this one as it comes down the ‘pike.

Developing A Theory Of Integrity was released on Red Scare.



The Distillers confirm they are to enter the studio in the spring

The Distillers have confirmed that they are to record a new album in April. In a Facebook post, the band reposted an Instagram post from Brodie Dalle confirming that they are going into the studio.

The band released their first new songs in 15 years recently.



Teenage Bottlerocket recording new music

It’s official, Teenage Bottlerocket are in the studio recording new music. Here’s proof

Whatever they’re cooking up, it will be the first new music since their “Stealing The Covers” album was released in March, 2017.

We’ll keep you posted as more details are announced.



Bryan McPherson Launches Kickstarter for New Album, “Kings Corner”

Dorchester, Massachusetts, native Bryan McPherson has spent the better part of the last couple decades touring the country and producing solo music that brilliantly melds traditional folk-influenced storytelling with an aggressive, punk rock playing style and work ethic. After moving to California and touring relentlessly across the country and back over the course of the last couple of years in support of his last full-length, 2015’s stellar – and criminally underrated – Wedgewood, McPherson returned home to his native Massachusetts to woodshed material for a new album.

When he got here and saw first-hand the devastating impact that the opioid epidemic of the last several years has had on his hometown, McPherson changed his mind. He decided to go back into his own personal archive to rework old tracks that never really saw the light of day commercially. Many of the songs were written when McPherson himself was in the throes of his own issues with substance use. Now sober for years, McPherson retooled the old material, approaching it from a person with an extra decade-and-a-half of lived experience. The result is Kings Corner, named after the Dorchester street corner that McPherson and his friends used to hang out on (and, coincidentally, a solid fly ball from my own old apartment).

McPherson has launched a Kickstarter campaign to help Kings Corner see the light of day. Head here to check out the unique pledge options!

 



NOFX are recording new music and they have an Instagram post to prove it

If you’ve found yourself jonesin’ for some new NOFX jams then Fat Mike has some good news for you. He recently posted a video on Instagram of him laying down a new bass track in the studio accompanied with the following comment:

Didn’t have a lot of shows this year, so I wrote 55 NOFX songs. I just wrote number 56 tonite. Wanna hear it? It goes like this…

We’ll of course keep you posted when details start becoming official.

The new album will be the first since 2016’s First Ditch Effort, released via Fat Wreck Chords.



The Offspring back in the studio

The Offspring have been in the studio on and off for the last five years working on a new album with producer Bob Rock. This time, the band (who had just finished touring North America with 311) posted a picture from the studio via Facebook, with the caption reading, “Back to work.”

Whether or not this update means they are still working on the follow-up to 2012’s Days Go By remains to be seen. Guitarist Noodles recently stated that they might release two albums next year.