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Stream new Koffin Kats song “Choke” off upcoming album “Our Way Or The Highway”

Here’s a pretty awesome track by a cool new-ish band: Detroit rockabilly-punks Koffin Kats are streaming a new song called “Choke” off of their upcoming Sailor’s Grave Records debut “Our Way Or The Highway.” Give it a listen right here.

“Our Way Or The Highway” will be released on January 24th and is the band’s follow-up to their 2009 record “Forever For Hire,” released on Stomp Records.

The band is currently in the midst of a nationwide tour. You can view the remaining dates here.



Koffin Kats stream new song off of their upcoming album ” Our Way and The Highway”

Detriot psychobilly trio Koffin Kats are streaming a new song from their upcoming album ” Our Way and The Highway.”It’s called ” For the Good Times” and you can check out the stream here.

“Our Way and The Highway” is set for release January 24, 2012, on Sailor’s Grave Records.



The Ducky Boys detail upcoming album “Chasing The Ghost,” post three new songs

Boston punk act, The Ducky Boys, have announced that their upcoming album “Chasing The Ghost” will be released on January 17th.

You can stream three new songs “”New Chapter,” “You Sing The Chorus” and “Medicine” right here.

You can check the cover art and tracklist for the album here. The band’s last album was “The War Back Home”, released in 2006 on Sailor’s Grave Records.



Full Album Stream: Burning Streets – “Sit Still”

Apparently today’s the day for album streams! Give this album a listen. Boston punks Burning Streets are streaming their new album “Sit Still” in its entirety here.

You can give it a listen here.

The album was released recently through Sailor’s Grave / Thorp Records.



The Business announce U.S. and World Tour

UK’s The Business have announced that they will be kicking off a World Tour, beginning in the U.S..  To find out if the band will be coming to a venue near you, check here.

The band most recently released, “Doing the Business”, on Sailor’s Grave Records.

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The Ducky Boys title new album “Chasing The Ghost”

The Ducky Boys from Boston have announced “Chasing The Ghost” as the title of their upcoming record.  This will be the band’s first album in five years.

No release date is set as the band is still recording, but singer Mark Lind said they are “working angles to get this done earlier than planned so we can get it out ASAP.  Five years is long enough to wait”.  We here at Dying Scene will keep you up to date as things progress.

The Ducky Boys‘ last album was “The War Back Home”, released in 2006 on Sailor’s Grave Records.



Mark Lind playing acoustic renditions of new Ducky Boys music

Mark Lind , singer and guitarist of Boston punk rockers The Ducky Boys, has posted a few videos showcasing acoustic renditions of new songs for the band’s upcoming record.  Check out the video for “Taunton” and head over to his Youtube channel for more new music.

Mark Lind has been a prolific member of the Boston area punk scene, playing with Dirty Water, Saints & Sinners, and The Unloved as well as The Ducky Boys on and off since 1995.  He has also released a pair of solo albums.

The most recent recorded material from Mark Lind was “Homeward Bound” by Mark Lind and the Unloved, released November 17th, 2009 on State Line Records.  The Ducky Boys‘ last record was “The War Back Home”, released May 2nd, 2006 on Sailor’s Grave Records.



The Ducky Boys reunite, working on new album

Boston Street punk act The Ducky Boys, who called it quits in 2007, have reunited and are planning on recording a new album. The band had this to say:

We plan to head into the studio next month to record the first Ducky Boys material in five years. These songs will be the first recorded as a four-piece, reuniting the band with former guitarist James Lynch. This has been a long time coming; James was set to play on the follow-up to Dark Days which never materialized when the band originally parted ways. He and Doug also grew up playing together in the Westies – often on the same bill as Mark and Jay’s original Ducky Boys lineup – but were never able to release an album with that band.

We’ve got some demos recorded. We’ve got a good amount of work left to do. We’re excited about this lineup – we think it’s the strongest we have to offer, cherrypicking through the history of the group. We’ve never been a band to put an album out just to do it. This isn’t our job, and we’ve never let it be a chore. Like we said, it’s been five years – I guess we’ve got something to say about ’em.

The Ducky Boys last released “The War Back Home” in 2006 on Sailors Grave Records.



Music Video: Burning Streets – “You’re Alive Today”

Boston punks Burning Streets have released a brand new music video for their song “You’re Alive Today.” The track comes from their Sailor’s Grave Records debut “It Is In Black And White.” If you enjoy PBR, punk anthems, and guys in banana hammocks, I suggest you check it out. Watch it here.

Burning Streets is expected to be hitting the studio soon for their follow up to “It Is Black And White.” We’ll have more details on that as they come.



Burning Streets to record new album

In a recent update Boston punk act Burning Streets have announced that they will be hitting the studio soon to record a new album.

“We will be hitting the studio in a few weeks to begin working on our follow up record! We’re all really excited to get the new music out there for everyone to hear so keep an eye out for updates over the next few months to see where we stand on that!”

The band’s previous release was 2009’s debut “Is It In Black And White” on Sailors Grave Records.



The Business and Hollowpoints announce West Coast tour

English hooligan godfathers, The Business, are busy as usual with their relentless touring escapades. This time, Micky and the boys will be hitting the west coast of the U.S with their good mates, the blokes from The Hollowpoints. Check out the dates and locations here.

The Business will be supporting their most recent release, “Doing the Business”, while The Hollowpoints will be supporting their most recent, “Old Haunts On The Horizon”, bot released last May on Sailor’s Grave Records.



Music Video: Angel City Outcasts – “Doghouse Blues”

L.A. Punk N’ Rollers Angel City Outcasts have premiered the music video for their song Doghouse Blues. Check out the music video here.

The song appears on their latest self-titled album on Sailor Grave Records.



Tour: The Business invade Canada/US with new dates

British Oi! hooligans The Business have announced a batch of upcoming Canadian and West Coast US tour dates. You can check them out by clicking here.

The band released Doing the Business, their Sailor’s Grave Records debut, this past May.



Dying Scene Interview: The Hollowpoints

Seattle is best known for coffee, rain, and flannel. But their newest export is punk rockers The Hollowpoints. The guys were on tour with The Business last month and I had a chance to catch up with them to get the dirt on the Seattle scene, roadside attractions, and their new album, Old Haunts On The Horizon – check it out here!

Thanks to Andy and Big Duane at Sailor’s Grave Records for hooking this up, and to Will, Matty, Benny, and Dan for seriously the most fun I’ve ever had doing an interview. Get back to DC soon, guys!

Oh, and there are some pictures from the show here, by yours truly – check em out!



Music Video: Angel City Outcasts – “5 Guns West”

L.A. Punk N’ Rollers Angel City Outcasts have premiered the music video for their song, 5 Guns West. The song appears on their latest self-titled album on Sailor Grave Records. Check out the music video here.