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Dead To Me announce California mini-tour & record release show for “Moscow Penny Ante”

San Francisco punks, Dead To Me, have announced they will be heading out on a California mini-tour that ends with a record release show in celebration of the band’s most recent album, “Moscow Penny Ante.”

Check out an extremely short list of dates and locations for the mini-tour here.

“Moscow Penny Ante” was released last week via Fat Wreck Chords.

Fat Wreck offers free downloads from new Dead to Me and Banner Pilot

Fat Wreck Chords released two albums today: Dead to Me‘s “Moscow Penny Ante” and Banner Pilot‘s “Heart Beats Pacific”.    The label is now offering free downloads of a song from either band.  You can get your copy of Dead to Me’s “The Monarch Hotel” and Banner Pilot’s “The Spanish Reds” by clicking on either link.

Dead To Me filming tour documentary – “Dead To Me: Wait For It”

The folks at Blue Elephant Media are filming a tour documentary which follows San Francisco punks Dead to Me on the road from last year’s FEST in Gainesville, Florida to Phoenix.  The video will include 8 of those shows and should paint a candid picture of the band and what it’s like to be a bunch of badasses “riding around in a tin can” to “go play a punk show in another city” every night.

You can watch a preview of the coming film here.

Dead To Me released their new album “Moscow Penny Ante” this week via Fat Wreck Chords.

Cover Art Battle (October 25th): Banner Pilot, The Brains, Dead To Me, more…VOTE NOW!

Whether bizarre, beautiful, thought provoking, or hilarious, each Tuesday we will present the most interesting album covers from the albums released that week and let you readers vote on which one you think should win “Best Cover Art of the Week!”

This week (October 25th), we’ve got a handful of entries from the likes of Banner Pilot, Close Your Eyes, Dead To Me, The Brains, A Loss For Words, Aiden and Counterparts.  Check out the entries here and cast your vote.

Also, don’t forget to vote for September’s Cover Art of the Month battle, which is still raging right here (winner announced first week of November).

Start the cover art slideshow here to get a closer look at the artwork.

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Dead To Me stream entire upcoming album “Moscow Penny Ante”

One week before it’s official release, San Francisco punks Dead to Me are streaming their entire upcoming album, “Moscow Penny Ante.” Give it a listen right here.

“Moscow Penny Ante” is being released on October 25th via Fat Wreck Chords.

Stream new Dead to Me song, “Victims of No Ambition”, more CMJ appearances added

San Francisco punks Dead to Me are streaming a new track off of their impending album, “Moscow Penny Ante.” You can check out “Victims of No Ambition” here. The band has also announced that they will be a part of Fat Wreck Chord’s showcase at CMJ on October 20th, playing a free in-store show at Chrome, as well as performing later that night at Union Hall.

You can expect “Moscow Penny Ante” on October 25th via Fat Wreck Chords, and you can get your pre-order here.

Dead To Me stream new song “The World Has Gone Mad” off upcoming album “Moscow Penny Ante”

San Francisco punks Dead To Me have just premiered another song from their upcoming album “Moscow Penny Ante.”  It’s called “The World Has Gone Mad” and you can stream it right here.

“Moscow Penny Ante” is being released October 25th on Fat Wreck Chords.

If you missed it, you can also stream the song “Undertow” here.

Dead To Me’s last album was their 2009 album, “African Elephants”.

New Song: “Undertow” off Dead To Me’s upcoming album, “Moscow Penny Ante”

San Francisco punks Dead To Me are set to release their latest material, “Moscow Penny Ante”, in three weeks (October 25th) through Fat Wreck Chords.

The band has just made a new track from the album, “Undertow”, available to stream here.

Dead To Me’s last album was their 2009 album, “African Elephants”.

Fat Wreck Chords releasing Fest 10 exclusive vinyl 10’inch, “Fat Music For Fest People”

Fat Wreck Chords is dropping limited edition one-time pressings of “Fat Music For Fest People“.

This pressing is exclusive to those attending The Fest 10 this October. The record is limited to 1,000 10″s on 10 different colors. It features the 10 Fat Wreck bands playing The Fest 10.

It also features new tracks from Dead To Me and the Cobra Skulls. You can see the full track listing here.

Interview: Chicken (Dead To Me) talks new album, the band’s relationship with FAT, and more

Dead To Me frontman, Chicken, recently sat down for a quick interview where he discusses the band’s upcoming album, “Moscow Penny Ante,” along with the band’s relationship with Fat Wreck Chords, and more.

Check it out here.

“Moscow Penny Ante” will be out this October on Fat Wreck Chords.

Video: Dead To Me perform acoustic versions of “Ran That Scam” and new song “The Monarch Hotel”

Dead To Me recently teamed up with the folks at Punks in Vegas to film stripped down versions of a couple of songs before their set at the First Friday Music Festival.  You can check out acoustic versions of “Ran That Scam” and “The Monarch Hotel” right here.

“The Monarch Hotel” is a new song that will appear on Dead To Me’s long awaited upcoming album “Moscow Penny Ante” out this October 25th on Fat Wreck Chords.

Video: Dead to Me perform acoustic version of new song “The Evolution Will Be Tele-Visualized”

So if you’re as excited for the new Dead To Me album as I am, this one is for you! The San Francisco punk rockers recently performed an acoustic version of a brand new song called “The Evolution Will Be Tele-Visualized” as well as the older songs “Modern Muse”and “Arrhythmic Palpitations.”

You check the video performances here.

Dead To Me’s long awaited upcoming album “Moscow Penny Ante” will be out this October 25th on Fat Wreck Chords.

Fat Wreck Chords announces CMJ showcase

Fat Wreck Chords have just announced their CMJ showcase. The show will take place on October 2oth at Union Hall in Brooklyn, NY. The bands performing will be Dead to Me, The Flatliners, Banner Pilot, Old Man Markley, and The Arteries.

You can purchase tickets right here.

Interview: Chicken from Dead To Me talks about their new album, their line-up changes and what makes Dead To Me such a likeable band

Dead To Me‘s charismatic front man and bass player Chicken recently sat down with The Punk Site to talk about their new album “Moscow Penny Ante”, the pros and cons of having a constantly changing line up and some of the essentials for the true, Dead To Me appreciation experience. You can check out the interview here.

Dead To Me’s long awaited album “Moscow Penny Ante” will be out this October on Fat Wreck Chords.

Dead to Me details new album “Moscow Penny Ante”

Hardworking punks Dead to Me have just announced details on their upcoming album. The band will release “Moscow Penny Ante” on October 25th via Fat Wreck Chords. Here’s what bassist Chicken had to say about the album:

Our new record Moscow Penny Ante marks a new page in the story of Dead To Me, and I honestly couldn’t be more proud of it. It’s a privilege to get to make a new full length record with the new members of our band, and their addition to the song writing process has helped for sure. After spreading our wings a little bit on the last album, African Elephants, we ended up writing a much more cohesive, focused batch of songs this time around. I will always love experimenting musically with Dead To Me, and I am very proud that we remain a band that can’t be summed up or pigeon holed with a few ” they sound like…” references. However this new record marks a bit of a return sonically to the songs I was writing when I first started the band years ago. The title “Moscow Penny Ante” is a double meaning of sorts. Malcolm X used to refer to small time hustlers and criminals that were scraping out an existence in the Harlem of his early adulthood as “Penny Ante” crooks. Not really big time enough to be taken seriously by the big time gangsters and organized crime members of the era. We felt this term had a proper analogy to our place in the music “industry”. We scrape by and do what we can, but we think we run a pretty good hustle as it were. Hell, it got me all the way from the tiny dirt road I grew up on to Moscow. Who would have thought?

Check out the tracklisting and the album artwork here. The band is currently on tour with Off With Their Heads and Riverboat Gamblers. Check out the tour dates here.