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Mighty Mighty Bosstones announce Eastern US tour dates with Street Dogs and The Interrupters

Good news for East Coast fans of The Mighty Mighty Bosstones! In the run up to the legendary ska-core octet’s opening slot for the Foo Fighters at Boston’s Fenway Park, they band have announced a brief run of Eastern US tour dates. If you’re in New York, Connecticut, DC or Philly, this’ll be your first chance in quite a while to see the Bosstones. Oh, and they’re bringing fellow Bostonians Street Dogs for the July 9-17th dates…AND SoCal ska punks The Interrupters have been announced as additional openers from the 11th through the 15th!

Most tickets go on sale this coming Saturday (May 2nd), except the Foo Fighters show, which sold out months ago. Head below to check out the full rundown.

The Mighty Mighty Bosstones last released The Magic of Youth in 2011 through Big Rig Records, but keep your fingers crossed for new music from the band.

New Music: Dogs On Acid cover The Who’s “The Substitute” for upcoming “Teenagers In Love” compilation

There’s a brand new compilation called “Teenagers In Love” that’s due out in the coming weeks from the kind folks at Known Pleasure Records. It features a bunch of newer bands covering a bunch of older (classic?) bands. Philadelphia indie rock act Dogs On Acid (ft. members of Snowing and Algernon Cadwallader) submitted a cover of The Who’s classic track “The Substitute,” and you can check it out here.

Dogs On Acid recently signed to Jade Tree Records, through whom they’ll release their debut full length this summer.

New Music: Slaine (Boston hip-hop) featuring Street Dogs’ Mike McColgan – “Sam Song”

Interesting new music for your Friday. It’s a little outside the scope of Dying Scene’s traditional comfort zone, and for good reason. It’s a new track called “Sam Song,” and it comes to us by way of Boston-based hip-hop artist Slaine, whom our non-rap fans might recognize from his appearances in movies like The Town and Gone Baby Gone. Anyway, the track features an appearance from none other than Street Dogs Mike McColgan. Also, yours truly is pretty sure that McColgan’s fellow Street Dog Lenny Lashley, whom you may remember from this, laid down the guitar on the track, but perhaps don’t quote me on that. Anyway, check it out below.

“Sam Song” appears on Slaine’s recent “House of Slaine” mixtape, which finds him teaming up with DJ Frank White, DJ Lethal and Danny Boy from the legendary House of Pain. Listen to, or download, the whole thing right here.

UPDATE: Street Dogs’ Mike McColgan issues statement on last night’s neo-Nazi fracas

As you’re no doubt aware (because the story damn near broke the punk rock internet earlier this evening), there was an incident at last night’s Street Dogs show at Anaheim’s House Of Blues. Long story short, a few neo-Nazi showgoers decided to disrupt the evening’s events. As you’d imagine, they were met with fierce resistance from not only the crowd but the band itself, as guitarist Lenny Lashley jumped boot-first into the crowd to help clear out the aforementioned idiots, and took a chair to the eyebrow in the process.

While messages from the band have circulated on their individual social media pages over the course of the day, the band’s frontman, Mike McColgan, issued a statement through the Street Dogs’ Facebook page to discuss the incident. Here it is in its entirety:

At this time I would like to officially address what happened in Anaheim. Last night at our show in Anaheim at the House Of Blues while we were playing our song Final Transmission for a dear departed fan and friend of ours USMC Jordan Stanton when we noticed a group of Neo nazis rough housing and intimidating our fans and throwing up sieg heil salutes in the air. Their very presence, their hateful,bigoted and ignorant ideology is odious to us and completely unacceptable. We with fans, friends and the assistance of security removed them from the crowd and in the process of mitigating them out some of us sustained superficial injuries. We can attribute those injuries only being superficial in nature to the House Of Blues and their exceptional staff, our fans and our friends. After they were removed we continued with our show and finished the show without incident. In closing we submit this no neo nazis are allowed at our shows. We have always believed in equality and that all people are created equal. We will not suffer or tolerate bigotry in any manifestation. PERIOD!!!!

Respectfully Submitted,

Mike McColgan
Street Dogs

The story we posted earlier had a video from the crowd, though it was pretty dark and you can’t see much ’til the aftermath. A second video shot and uploaded by Michael Coughlin is available below, though it seems to be shot from just a hair too far away. We can confirm that Lenny was bloodied (and finished the set in Gwar-esque fashion), but has been stitched up and is otherwise no worse for the wear. It’s been said before, but it no doubt warrants repeating; good on ya, fellas!

Street Dogs fight neo-Nazis at St. Patrick’s Day show

According to OC Weekly, fighting broke out at Boston punk band Street Dogs‘ St. Patrick’s Day show at the House of Blues in Anaheim, California, when a group of neo-Nazis “tried to instigate fights and roughhouse people of color in the pit.” Frontman Mike McColgan took notice and told the audience that anyone who discriminates against people based on the color of their skin should “get the fuck out because it’s not 1939 anymore.”

The band continued with their set, but while they were playing “Final Transmission,” things took a turn for the worse. The neo-Nazis started to march in the pit, with one of the “men” even going as far as mocking the band with the Nazi salute.

As the video below shows (from around the 4:40 mark on), Street Dogs members then hopped off the stage and began fighting the neo-Nazis, and the rest of the pit was quick to join in. Guitarist Lenny Lashley was hit in the head with a chair that was thrown from an upstairs balcony, but he luckily wasn’t hurt too badly.

And in spite of everything that happened, after the racist assholes had been removed from the venue by security, the band got back up on stage and finished the show.

New Video: Dogs On Acid – “Flushed”

Philadelphia indie rock act Dogs On Acid (ft. members of Snowing and Algernon Cadwallader) have got a brand-spankin-new video for your viewing pleasure. It’s for the track “Flushed,” and you can check it out below.

Dogs On Acid recently signed to Jade Tree Records, through whom they’ll release their debut full length this summer. “Flushed,” meanwhile, appears on the band’s self-titled seven-inch, released by Asian Man Records.

Street Dogs announce St. Patty’s Day Bash

Boston’s Street Dogs have announced their first full-band show in far too long and it’s in…Anaheim!

The five-piece will be headed West for what is being dubbed the St. Patty’s Day Bash. It takes place on March 17th (of course) at the House of Blues in Anaheim. Joining the band as openers will be The Bombpops. We’ll keep you posted on any other openers (or perhaps warm-up shows…hint, hint…) at this point, but we’ll keep you posted. In the meantime, tickets for the St. Patty’s Day Bash are available here.

Dogs On Acid sign to Jade Tree Records, plan debut full-length

Philadelphia indie rock act Dogs On Acid (ft. members of Snowing and Algernon Cadwallader) announced today that they’ve signed to Jade Tree Records. Not only that, but the band are said to be hard at work on their debut full length, which Jade Tree will release this summer. Stay tuned!

To date, Dogs On Acid have but one 7-inch to their credit, though have another one being released on Asian Man Records very soon. Pre-orders are available here.

DoGs call it quits, release split with Rushmore

Florida punk act DoGs are calling it quits! Before they go, they will be releasing a split with Rushmore, officially available tomorrow, February 10th. You can check it out below or head over to bandcamp for a “name your price” download.

The split includes the last 3 songs they recorded as a band back in September 2014.

DoGs last released a self-titled compilation in May 2014 via Doctor and Mechanic Recordings.

Dogs On Acid (indie rock) stream new song “Flushed”

Philadelphia indie rock act Dogs On Acid (ft. members of Snowing and Algernon Cadwallader) are streaming a new song titled “Flushed,” and you can give it a listen below.

The track will appear on the A-side of their upcoming 7″, which is being released on Asian Man Records very soon. Pre-orders are available here.

Wiredogs streaming upcoming EP “Kill The Artist, Hype The Trash.”

Denver punk act, Wiredogs, are streaming their new EP “Kill The Artist, Hype The Trash.” in its entirety.

You can check it out here.

The EP will be released on January 24th.

Acoustic Video: Street Dogs’ Mike McColgan, Lenny Lashley and Matt Pruitt perform for RadioBDC

Street Dogs frontman Mike McColgan and guitarists Lenny Lashley and Matt Pruitt recently sat down with Adam-12 from RadioBDC (that’s Radio Boston-dot-com for those of you who ahnt frum aroun’ heah). The trio were promoting their upcoming appearance at a local fundraiser benefiting a local high school music program on behalf of a “DCT and Okie,” few area kids who passed away all too soon a decade ago. In addition to chatting for a while, they performed acoustic renditions of classic Street Dogs songs “Free” and “Yesterday,” as well as their cover of the Steve Earle track, “Johnny Come Lately.” Check out the video below.

Street Dogs last released a 10-inch split with Noi!se in April through Pirates Press Records.

DS Photo Gallery: Pirates Press 10th Anniversary ‘Rock The Ship’ with Cock Sparrer, Bouncing Souls, Street Dogs, Bum City Saints, and more

If you build it, they will come. Such was the overwhelming mantra as I approached 17th and Wisconsin on an (relatively) early Saturday morning for Pirates Press’ 10th Anniversary ‘Rock The Ship’ party. The day had finally arrived, and I was about to see Cock Sparrer, Bouncing Souls, Street Dogs (and Lenny Lashley’s Gang of One!), Bum City Saints, Suede Razors, Bishops Green, and more sharing the same stage in the city I love and live. Leaving the venue the night before, it was difficult yet anxious to imagine what the block would be transformed into in less than six hours. As I walked to the grounds still feeling a bit haggard from a little Argy Bargy from the night, I heard Cock Sparrer’s sound check to “Riot Squad” and I thought to myself that there could hardly be a better start to a day.

At this point I could go into an in-depth show review of each of the eight bands (minus Smalltown which I missed and will forever hate myself for it), or I could just briefly talk about the day overall, and let the photos tell the story. As I turned the corner onto 16th St where the main entrance was, I was greeted by at least 100 people waiting in line to begin their Saturday in the sun. You really couldn’t ask for better weather and walking in, the block definitely had the air of a proper festival. I grabbed my breakfast beer as I took in the relative calm, anticipating the amazing day ahead.

Lenny Lashley for opener was a brilliant call, as he had just the right amount of grit and energy to enliven the wakening crowd. It’s always great to see the Boston-native belting out heartfelt lyrics as he does best. Often times when I’m behind the camera, the rest of the world is shut out which makes some of my show reviews shite, so I shall let the photos do the talking.

You can check out all photos from the day’s event below (except Cock Sparrer as they will be getting their own gallery).

Wiredogs to release “Kill The Artist Hype The Trash” this fall, post teaser video

Denver punk act, Wiredogs, have announced plans to release their new album “Kill The Artist Hype The Trash” this fall.

You can view a teaser video for the album here.

The band last released their “The Basement Tapes” EP on May 13, 2014.

Free Download: DoGs release new single “Shark Tooth”

Florida punk act DoGs have released their brand new single “Shark Tooth” today. The song is a re-recorded version of “Today I Found a Shark Tooth”, originally from DoG’s 2013 album Sports Beer.

The new single is available as a name-your-price download, and you can give it a listen below.

DoGs last released a self titled compilation on May 26, 2014 via Doctor and Mechanic Recordings.