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Abraskadabra announce US tour dates

Brazilian ska punks Abraskadabra follow up the release of new album “Welcome”, which came out last month, with a 15 date US tour.

“We had a great time there four years ago and met one of the greatest ska icons, Brent Friedmann,” says guitarist/vocalist Buga. “He’s setting us up with awesome gigs and bands from all over the country and has become a very good friend of ours. We’re very excited to be coming back for the second time.”

You can see full details of the dates below.



The Holophonics stream new song “Ghoulish Overkill”

Denton, TX ska-punks The Holophonics are streaming their new song “Ghoulish Overkill.”

You can give it a listen below.

“Ghoulish Overkill” comes from the bands’ upcoming album, Phantom Arrival, which is set to be released on May 11th 2018.  They last released MaSKArades Vol. 12: Jimmy Eat World: Clarity.



The Resignators release music video for “Parasol”

Australian ska-punks The Resignators have released a new music video for their song “Parasol.”

You can check it out below.

“Parasol” comes from the bands’ latest album, Party Dates, which was released on September 8th, 2017.



Popes Of Chillitown announce new album “Work Hard, Play Hard, See You In The Graveyard”


London, UK ska-punks Popes Of Chillitown have announced a new 13-track third album. “Work Hard, Play Hard, See You In The Graveyard” is set for release ‪on May 4th‬. Various pre-order bundles are up now on the band’s Bandcamp, along with advance track “Get Off/Get On”, the second song on the album.

You can listen to “Get Off/Get On” below, along with seeing the artwork, track listing and upcoming tour dates.

 



Call Me Malcom (ska) announce pre orders for new album “I Was Broken When You Got Here”, release new video

Ska punks Call Me Malcom have just blessed the world and opened up the pre orders for their new album to to be released on April 6th. You can pre order the new album “I Was Broken When You Got Here” right here. The album takes a stance on mental health and depression, and their recovery.

The guys have also released a new video for “There’s No “I” in Apocolypse” which takes a Sims-like animation approach on the visual accompaniment. Check it out below!



The Aggrolites announce first album in 7 years

California reggae rockers The Aggrolites have announced in a special interview that they will be releasing their first album in 7 years in the near future. In the interview, the band says that they are producing the new record all on their own and recording in their own studio. They also mentioned that fans can expect a sound closer to their earlier releases – a style they diverted from later on in their career.

The band is just about half way finished recording the release, so stay tuned for more details as they come to light. In the meantime, check out the full interview below.

The album will serve as a follow-up to the band’s 2011 album, Rugged Road. 



The Upfux (Ska Punk, New Jersey) Stream EP “Great America”

New Jersey-based ska punk unit The Upfux are streaming their latest EP. It’s titled Great America and features four tracks with a crack rock-steady feel from the four-piece. The release is being handled by No Time Records.

You can check out Great America below.



DS Exclusive: Millie Manders streams new EP “Upside Down”

Millie Manders has been touring the UK for the last few years relentlessly, with her band (Millie Manders and the Shutup), amassing ska punk fans wherever she’s toured. The band released EP “Obsession Transgression” back in the spring last year, a four track offering that is available for free/download via Bandcamp. Now, Millie is releasing a stripped down EP, “Upside Down”, on March 23rd, showcasing tracks she performs at her solo, ukelele sets.

The EP deals with issues such as “addressing depression, loss, heartbreak, homelessness and anxiety” and Millie describes it as a “heartfelt and aggressive expression of innermost anguish, observations and pain”. Dying Scene is proud to exclusively stream the release ahead of its street date, exclusively. Ska fans the world over won’t regret having a listen. Check it out below – along with full 2018 tour dates so far…



Hub City Stompers’ Reverend T. Sinister reflects on what got him into ska, punk, and how they influenced his life

Hub City Stompers‘ vocalist Reverend T. Sinister has written up a brief reflection on his introduction to ska, punk, and underground music in general, and how he got into the NJ/NY scene. Check out the full write-up below!



Abraskadabra (Ska Punk, Brazil) stream new album “Welcome”

Brazilian ska punks Abraskadabra are streaming their new album Welcome in its entirety.

You can give it a listen below.

Welcome was released on February 20th.



“Punks in Pubs” episode 7: Liam visits the Icelandic Punk Museum, drinks a beer

In this episode, Liam meets with Svarti, curator of the Icelandic Punk Museum in Reykjavik. Svarti gives him a crash course in Icelandic punk and talks about meeting Johnny Rotten/John Lydon, Svarti’s times spent homeless, and how the museum found its home in a public toilet.

The episode is finished off with a track from Abraskadabra‘s upcoming album.

You can check out the new episode below, and get caught up at the podcast’s soundcloud.



The TiPS (punk) streaming new album “Come Closer”

German punks The TiPS are streaming their latest creation “Come Closer”. The album which came out February 2nd features a pleasant mix of ska, punk and melodic.

You can check out the album below.

This will be the fourth release for the eclectic German’s. Their most recent release “Twists ‘N’ Turns” was released in 2016. 



Hub City Stompers (ska) announce new album

New Jersey ska vets Hub City Stompers have announced a new album. “Haters Dozen” will be released April 20th via Altercation Records.

This is the first new album from Hub City Stompers since the January 2015 release of “Life After Death”.

Check out the track “Hey Ed” from “Life After Death” below.



Goldfinger release “Tijuana Sunrise” video

California ska-punk veterans Goldfinger have released a new music video for “Tijuana Sunrise”, off their latest album The Knife. Check it out below.

The Knife came out in 2017 through Rise Records. It’s their first album since 2008’s Hello Destiny.



The Planet Smashers and Mustard Plug to tour Quebec and Ontario

It’s Tuesday that means a little maple syrup for your morning eh? The Planet Smashers, Mustard Plug and K-Man & The 45’s have announced a short run of shows through Quebec and Ontario.

In case you were unaware Mustard Plug and The Planet Smashers have been running mates for a long time on the ska scene so these promise to be entertaining shows.