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New Song: Death By Stereo – “5th of July” off upcoming album “Black Sheep of the American Dream”

Death By Stereo have just posted a new song called “5th of July.”

You can check it out here.

Black Sheep of the American Dream comes out on April 24th through Viking Funeral Records. It’s their first studio album since 2009′s Death Is My Only Friend.



Live Video: Death By Stereo – “Sing Along With The Patriotic Punks”

Death By Stereo have just posted a live video performance of their song “Sing Along With The Patriotic Punks” from their St. Patrick’s Day show at the Slidebar in Fullterton.  Check it out right here.

The song appears on the band’s 1999 album “If Looks Could Kill I’d Watch You Die”.  Death By Stereo‘s new album “Black Sheep of the American Dream” will be released April 24th via Viking Funeral Records.



Death By Stereo to play European shows in August

Even though they wrapped up a tour with Agnostic Front earlier this month, Death By Stereo have announced a series of European dates that are set to kick off in August, just about four months after they release their anticipated new album Black Sheep of the American Dream. All the dates can be found here.

Black Sheep of the American Dream comes out on April 24th through Viking Funeral Records. It’s their first studio album since 2009’s Death Is My Only Friend.



Death by Stereo stream new song “WTF is Going On Around Here”

Hardcore group Death by Stereo have premiered the first song from their upcoming album. Check out the tuneage here!
“Black Sheep of the American Dream” hits stores April 24th through Viking Funeral Records.



Death By Stereo detail upcoming album “Black Sheep Of The American Dream”

Death By Stereo have announced that their upcoming album, “Black Sheep Of The American Dream,” will be released on April 24th, 2012 though Viking Funeral Records.

You can check out the cover art and tracklist for the album here.

“Black Sheep of the American Dream” will be the follow-up to  “Death Is My Only Friend,” which was released back in 2009 on Serjical Strike Records.



Death By Stereo sign to Viking Funeral Records, announce name for new album

Death By Stereo have confirmed via Facebook that they are now signed to Viking Funeral Records, a label owned by Pennywise guitarist Fletcher Dragge. They have also announced that Black Sheep of the American Dream will be the name of their anticipated new record. No release date has been set, but we shall keep you posted.

Black Sheep of the American Dream will be the follow-up to Death Is My Only Friend, which was released back in 2009 on Serjical Strike Records. The band recently posted a rough demo of a new song entitled “WTF Is Going On Around Here?”, which will likely be on the record.



Death By Stereo mixing new album, working on artwork

Death By Stereo have announced in a post on twitter that they have finished tracking their new album and are about to begin mixing. They also announced that they are working on the artwork for the album and “off to shoot some photos”. This all we know, but, as usual, stay tuned for updates as official details surface.

Scheduled for an early 2012 release, the new album will be the follow-up to 2009’s Death Is My Only Friend. The band recently posted a rough demo of a new song entitled “WTF Is Going On Around Here?”, which will likely be on the record.



Death By Stereo post demo of new song “WTF is Going On Around Here?” off forthcoming album

Death By Stereo have posted a rough demo of a new song entitled “WTF is Going On Around Here?”

You can give it a listen right here.

The song will appear on their upcoming album. Death By Stereo’s last album, “Death Is My Only Friend”, was released in 2009 on Serjical Strike & I Scream Records.



Death By Stereo to debut new song tomorrow

Death By Stereo have announced on their Facebook page that they are going to debut a song that could be from their upcoming album tomorrow. The band wrote, “On Tuesday we will be releasing a tease of a new song! Spread the word! Either hit the “Share” link under this post or tag us and tell your friends! Type the “@” symbol and our name! Spread the word! DEATH FOR LIFE!”. In another post, the band announced that they will debut another new song during their show next Thursday (November 3rd) at the Viper Room in Los Angeles.

The new album will be the follow-up to 2009’s Death Is My Only Friend. As previously reported, D.B.S. are going to be embarking on a European tour with Agnostic Front.



Death By Stereo to tour Europe with Agnostic Front

Death By Stereo have been tapped as the supporting act for Agnostic Front‘s upcoming European tour, which kicks off in February of next year. You can check out the dates here.

There had been reports of a new album dropping this year, but we still haven’t heard an official release date or any more details. Stay tuned for updates, as official details surface. The record will be their first since 2009’s Death Is My Only Friend.



My Chemical Romance anounce Death By Stereo’s Jarrod Alexander as new drummer for current tour

My Chemical Romance have announced Death By Stereo‘s Jarrod Alexander as their drummer after Mike Pedicone was kicked out after allegedly stealing from the band after a recent performance in Auburn.

It is not official that Alexander will be the permanent replacement, but he will at least finish out the Honda Civic Tour co-headlining tour with Blink 182 that goes through the beginning of next month.

MCR’s latest album “Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys” was released last November on Reprise Records.



Death By Stereo head to studio; announce HUGE European tour

SoCal punk act Death By Stereo has just announced that they will be heading to Europe for a 17 country/ 29 city tour at the end of June. Beforehand, the band has stated they will hitting up the recording studio to begin work on their sixth full-length album.

Head here for all the tour dates.

Death By Stereo’s last album, Death Is My Only Friend, was released in 2009 on Serjical Strike & I Scream Records.



Death By Stereo perform acousic version of “Sing for You”

Death By Stereo have posted a video of their acoustic performance of “I Sing for You.”  Check it out here.

The original version of the song appears on their latest album “Death Is My Only Friend” which came out July 7th, 2009 on Serjical Strike Records.

The band is currently writing new songs. No word yet on when they will be released but we’ll keep you posted.



Why did they choose the name Death By Stereo?

Ever wonder where some bands come up with their band names? Well, we do, and we’re sick of sitting around scratching our heads about it. We’re hitting the streets (aka. “Internet”) to find the origins behind some of the more bizarre, intriguing or just plain random band names in the scene. Every Wednesday we’ll be pulling the curtain back on a different band and this week it’s Orange county hardcore kings Death By Stereo.

According to legend (aka: the internet), the band’s name was inspired by the 80’s cult classic vampire movie The Lost Boys. During a scene in the movie a vampire is electrocuted by a stereo after which point Corey Haim’s character utters the line “Death by Stereo!” The clip from the movie can be viewed here.

Check out last week’s Band Name Origin story: Operation Ivy



Persistence Tour lineup and dates announced in Europe

persistance-tourThe lineup and dates have been announced for the Persistence Tour in Europe. Ignite will be headlining and playing with Biohazard, Agnostic Front, Death by Stereo, Walls of Jericho, Evergreen Terrace, and No Turning Back.

You can head over to the Dying Scene Shows page for more details.