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Band Spotlight: Broadcast Zero

One live performance at at time in beer soaked venues across Canada, Ontario punkers Broadcast Zero are proving over and over that punk’s fighting spirit still rages on. Their songs about revolution, freedom and politics are impassioned enough to get you in the pit or singing along with your fists in the air. These guys combine gritty street punk with a rock n’ roll / Oi! edge resembling a mix of Stiff Little Fingers, The Briggs, Social Distortion and Swingin’ Utters. Wearing their hearts on their sleeves, there’s no gimmicks with Broadcast Zero, just good ole fashioned D.I.Y. punk the way it’s supposed to be. This foursome is yet another reason why the Canadian punk scene is becoming the dominant force in punk rock today. Enlighten yourself and listen the band’s music on their MySpace.

Broadcast Zero post 4 more songs from upcoming album “Some Concerns Regarding This Revolt”

Yesterday we reported that Canadian punk act Broadcast Zero posted Alien from their upcoming album Some Concerns Regarding This Revolt. Well, today the band  posted four more songs from the album titled Just Entertainment, Battle On, Something Better and The Enemy. Check them out on the band’s MySpace page.

Some Concerns Regarding This Revolt will be released September 14th on Rebel Time Records/Stumble Records. Broadcast Zero released their last full-length Yesterday, You Could Change The World in 2008 on Rebel Time Records.

Broadcast Zero detail upcoming album “Some Concerns Regarding This Revolt”, streaming new song

Canadian punk act Broadcast Zero will be releasing their new album, Some Concerns Regarding This Revolt, September 14th on Rebel Time Records/Stumble Records.  The cover art is <- yonder and the track list can be found here.  You can also stream a new track from the album titled “Alien” on Rebel Time’s MySpace page.

Broadcast Zero released their last full-length Yesterday, You Could Change The World in 2008 on Rebel Time Records.

The Rotten return from hiatus, streaming latest album “Enemy of the State”

After a bit of hiatus while drummer Ang battled breast cancer Canadian street punk vets The Rotten are back in action.

Fans can expect shows and new music to follow soon but in the meantime you can stream their latest album, Enemy of the State, in it’s entirety right here courtesy of Rebel Time Records.

The Class War Kids break up

Today is a very sad day for punk rock fans. Newfoundland street punk act The Class War Kids have decided to break up. Here’s what the band had to say about it in a recent blog post,

“Due to disagreements on the direction of the band, the band has decided to call it an end on good terms and leave a recording/touring legacy to be proud of. It was a blast. The Class War Kids. April 2008-August 2010.”

In their two years of existence the band released three albums 2008’s Strong People Need No Leader, 2009’s Reflection! Rage! Rebellion and the 2010 EP  Twinkle’s  Last Stand on Rebel Time Records.

Three former member of the Class War Kids have went on to form Brutal Youth and are giving away their latest album Spill Your Guts for free.  Check it out here.

Get two free song downloads from upcoming Brat Attack Album “B All You Can B”

Need some awesome new  songs to listen to? Rebel Time Records has you covered.  You can download a couple of tunes (Burn Baby Burn and Call To Action) from the forthcoming Brat Attack album B All You Can B.

Snag your two free song downloads here. The album contains 26 tunes in total including their 2002 release One Revolution Per Minute plus demo tracks, live tracks, unreleased tracks etc.

The album will most likely be released digitally in September with physical copies being made available when the band goes on tour.

Stream a new song off upcoming Broadcast Zero album “Some Concerns Regarding This Revolt”

Canadian punk act Broadcast Zero will be releasing their new album, Some Concerns Regarding This Revolt, soon on Rebel Time Records/Stumble Records.  No exact release date has been announced yet but you can stream a new track from the album titled Just Entertainment right here (click in the player to the right).

Broadcast Zero released their last full-length Yesterday, You Could Change The World in 2008 on Rebel Time Records.

The Rebel Spell title upcoming album “It’s A Beautiful Future”, streaming new track

Vancouver’s political punk rock act The Rebel Spell have titled their upcoming album “It’s A Beautiful Future”.  We’re not sure when it’s officially coming out but word is there is a 4 song sampler they’re handing out at shows and we’re working on getting our hands on it.  Until then we can all content ourselves with at least one new song titled Feel The Same which you can stream by going here and clicking the player on the right hand side (there’s also a review of the 4 songs from the sampler on the page).

The Rebel Spell released the EP Four Songs About Freedom on Clandestine Collective in 2007.

Broadcast Zero announce U.S. / Canada tour dates

Canadian punk band Broadcast Zero have announced their U.S. / Canada tour schedule. They will be touring the U.S and Canada through September. Check out their Dying Scene Shows page fore dates and locations.

Broadcast Zero released their last full-length Yesterday, You Could Change The World in 2008 on Rebel Time Records.

Interview: Jesse from Cambridge talks new album “This Is Not A Victory”, plays new acoustic song

Cambridge lead singer/guitarist, Jesse, made a guest appearance on the CITR @ UBC radio show “We All Fall Down” yesterday.  On it he discusses his band’s new album This Is Not A Victory, his own solo material, and a little bit of Canadian politics.  You can stream the entire show right here and if you mostly just want to hear a brand new acoustic song by Jesse jump straight to minute 40.

This Is Not A Victory was released this week on Rebel Time Records.  Stream the entire album right here.

DS Exclusive Album Stream: Cambridge – “This Is Not A Victory”

Tomorrow Vancouver BC’s Cambridge is dropping their latest political punk rock gem in the form of a brand new full-length album – This Is Not A Victory.  The release will be available via Rebel Time Records and although you can’t get your grubby little hands on it until tomorrow, you can in fact find out what the album sounds like today.  That’s because Dying Scene is stoked to be streaming the entire album for you all right here, right now.  Hey oh!

Stop reading!  Go give it a listen.

Full album stream: The Class War Kids – “Reflection! Rage! Rebellion”

Newfie punks The Class War Kids have posted their entire album, Reflection! Rage! Rebellion! for your listening pleasure on their Facebook page. Spoiler Alert:  the album is awesome!

As an added bonus, you can watch the guys perform the song One Last Struggle in a basement in Germany here.

Reflection! Rage! Rebellion! was released last year on Rebel Time Records.

A Class War Kids punk show in a bedroom. Awesome.

Now this is what I love about punk rock.  No venue?  No problem.  Check out music video for The Class War Kids song One Last Struggle, filmed in some kid’s bedroom in Germany.  They say it was one of their better attended shows.  Ha.

This song, which appears on the band’s last album Reflection! Rage! Rebellion!, is one of my favorite street punk songs of all time and if you don’t give it a listen at ear piercing volume, you’re not giving it the chance it deserves.  Audio on the video is sort quiet so crank your speakers up.

New Song: Cambridge – “Hole in The Ground” off “This is Not A Victory”

Canadian punk act Cambridge are streaming the title track off their second full length album This Is Not a Victory, the first on their new label Rebel Time Records. To listen to the song, head on over to their label’s MySpace profile.

The band’s singer had this to say about the inspiration for song,

It’s about the Tarsands and the fact that people are still arguing about whether there are environmental concerns not being addressed or the viability of continuing as it is, or any other issues put out by public relations on either side. While they debate, the workers keep working, every day gets worse and it is far beyond any sort repair. They are digging fuckin’ holes that will never be filled. Any deals were made a long time ago that make all the debating just lip service. I am taking a very cynical position. Read: Stupid to the Last Drop by William Marsden.”

This Is Not a Victory is scheduled to drop sometime this summer.

Video: The Class War Kids cover The Clash classic “White Riot”

rebeltime1Newfoundland punks The Class War Kids have posted a video of them performing the The Clash classic White Riot while on tour in Germany.  You can check out the video here.

The band released Twinkles Last Stand, a 4-song cover EP, earlier this year. It is available on a donation basis on their bandcamp page.