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Derek Grant and Dan Cribb announce split 7-inch; stream new songs

Alkaline Trio‘s Derek Grant and The Isolated‘s Dan Cribb are teaming up together for an acoustic split 7-inch. The EP will feature three new songs by each artist, and will be available on December 11, 2015 through Pee Records. You can pre-order the release here.

The artists are each streaming a new song from the split. You can listen to “Love Because” and “This Is Closure” by Grant and Cribb, respectively, below



DS Exclusive: Dan Cribb (The Isolated) & Yotam Ben Horin (Useless ID) stream split EP

Useless ID‘s Yotam Ben Horin and The Isolated‘s Dan Cribb will be releasing a releasing a split acoustic EP together on August 28th but you don’t have to wait until then to hear it. Today we’re happy to bring you an exclusive stream of the entire release and you can listen to that bad boy below!

The split contains six songs (two new songs and a cover from each artist) and is being released through Pee Records.



Yotam Ben Horin (Useless ID) and Dan Cribb (The Isolated) announce split EP; stream new songs

Useless ID‘s Yotam Ben Horin and The Isolated‘s Dan Cribb have announced that they will be releasing a split acoustic EP together. The release will contain six songs, with two new songs and a cover from each. For Cribb’s half of the record, ex-The Swellers frontman Nick Diener provides additional instrumentation.

Both artists are also streaming a new song each. You can hear Yotam Ben Horin’s “The Other Side of the Country” and Dan Cribb’s “I Need You to Be Me” below.

The EP will be released on August 28, 2015 through Pee Records. You can pre-order it now here.



Album Review: The Decline – “Resister”

The Decline have been through some things lately. Earlier this year the band introduced new guitarist/vocalist Ben Elliot and bassist Ray Chiu just months after the departures of Dan Cribb and Nathan Cooper. A lineup change can sometimes have a drastic effect on a band, but on Resister, The Decline’s third studio album and first with their new members, the band proves that they’re still worth your time.

The album kicks off with the fittingly titled “New Again,” and in just under two minutes cast any doubts regarding the chemistry of the new members aside: It’s fast, catchy, and sets the mood for the rest of the album, which stays consistent throughout. The band still allows pop culture to permeate their music, from the Chasing Amy and The Empire Strikes Back sound clips in “I Don’t Believe” and “Start Again” (another appropriately titled track) respectively, to the title of “The Blurst of Times” and it creates a sense of familiarity for newcomers and old fans alike.

In fact, the album does such a good job at keeping The Decline on the same path that it doesn’t do much to expand their sound. Sure, there’s the barbershop quartet intro to “Wrecking Ball”, but despite its title Resister does very little to go against the grain. But since this is the studio debut of not one, but two, new members, maybe it’s for the best that The Decline sticks to what they know for now.

The Decline’s primary goal with Resister is to prove that the band can still churn out the same melodic tunes just as well as before, and on that end it’s incredibly successful. It’s catchy enough to stand with the best of their back catalogue, and even at 15 songs it doesn’t overstay its welcome. Don’t fight it, give Resister a chance.

3.5 / 5 – Listen below.

RIYL: Teenage Bottlerocket, Local Resident Failure, Implants



The Decline announce European summer tour

Australian skate punks The Decline have announced a month-long European tour they will be embarking on in two weeks. All of the dates and locations can be found below.

The band will be touring in support of their new album Resistor, which was released on June 12th through Pee Records, Bird Attack Records, Cargo Records, and Bells On Records.



Kye Smith posts 5 minute drum chronology of Pennywise′s discography

Local Resident Failure / Hack The Mainframe drummer Kye Smith is back with another one of his infamous five minute drum chronologies, this time playing tunes from Pennywise.

You can watch it below.

Smith’s other works include complete drum chronologies of NOFX, Frenzal RhombStrung Out, and Rise Against‘s extensive discographies. All of that and more can be found on his Youtube channel. Local Resident Failure‘s newest album  “This Here’s The Hard Part” came out March 15, 2015 through Pee Records.



Music Video: Dan Cribb & The Isolated – “Let’s Move to New York”

Dan Cribb & The Isolated, the solo project gone full band project from former frontman for Australian punk group, The Decline, has premiered a music video for their “Let’s Move to New York”. You can watch the video below.

“Let’s Move to New York” is taken from Dan Cribb & The Isolated’s latest album As We Drift Apart, which was released last month via Pee Records.



The Decline streaming new album “Resistor”

Australian skate punk act The Decline are streaming their new album “Resistor” full.

You can check it out here.

The album will be released on June 12th through  Pee Records (Australia), Bird Attack Records (USA), Cargo Records (Europe/UK), and Bells On Records (Japan). You can preorder it from Pee Records here.



Anchor (Swedish hardcore) announce May European tour dates

Swedish hardcore act Anchor have announced a series of tour dates to round out the month and you can check those out, as well as a stream of their latest album “Distance & Devotion” below.

“Distance and Devotion” was released today April 6th 2015. Anchor last released “Recovery” in 2011.



Dan Cribb & The Isolated (ex-The Decline) streaming new album “As We Drift Apart”

Dan Cribb & The Isolated, the solo project gone full band project from former frontman for Australian punk group, The Decline, is streaming their debut album As We Drift Apart in its entirety.

You can give it a listen here.

The album is due out this Friday through Pee Records.



Dan Cribb & The Isolated stream “Let’s Move to New York” off new album “As We Drift Apart”

Dan Cribb & The Isolated, the solo project gone full band project from former frontman for Australian punk group, The Decline, is streaming a new single titled “Let’s move to New York” (feat. Darren Cordeux from Kisschasy). Check it out below.

The band’s upcoming full length, “As We Drift Apart”, which is being mixed and mastered by Mark Michalik (The Wonder Years, The Swellers) at Chicago’s Drasik Studios, will be coming out on May 15th. To support the release, they have announced an Australian tour. You can check out the dates for the here



Full Album Stream: Anchor – “Distance & Devotion”

Swedish hardcore act Anchor are currently streaming their latest album “Distance & Devotion.” Check it out in its entirety below.

“Distance and Devotion” was released today April 6th 2015. Anchor last released “Recovery” in 2011.



Hightime stream new album

Aussie punks Hightime released their new album, Mother Crab, today via Pee Records, and you can stream it below.

Mother Crab is the band’s first release in 4 years, following up 2011’s Ishi Prende.  Hightime will be touring Australia in support of the release.



The Decline stream new single; announce Australian tour

Australian skate punk act The Decline have released a brand new single titled “Giving Up Is a Gateway Drug.” The track is the studio debut of The Decline’s new members, Ben Elliott on guitar and vocals, and Ray Chiu on bass, following the departure of former members Dan Cribb and Nathan Cooper.

The band has also announced a short Australian tour. You can check out the stream of “Giving Up Is a Gateway Drug,” as well as the tour dates and locations below.

Details of the band’s new album will be released in the coming months.



Local Resident Failure (skate punk) stream new album “This Here’s The Hard Part” in its entirety

After months of waiting, Australian skate punk heavyweights Local Resident Failure have finally made their new album This Here’s The Hard Part available for streaming! You can listen to all 14 tracks below.

This Here’s The Hard Part is set to be released on March 13th through Pee Records (AUS), Oxford Records (US), and Disconnect Disconnect Records (UK/EU). It will serve as a follow-up to their 2012 full-length A Breath Of Stale Air.