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Monday, January 15, 2018 at 1:00 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
Sunday, January 7, 2018 at 1:00 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
If your spider senses are tingling, it’s probably because fun loving Swedish pop punk quartet Future Idiots have released an fantastic cover of Nickleback’s “Hero” which was the theme song for the 2002 movie Spider-Man. When we asked guitarist, Marius Paxcow about the single, he told us “There’s no better way to celebrate the 15 year anniversary of the first (and best) Spider Man movie than by doing a Pop Punk cover a Nickelback song.” We’re a little more partial to the real first Spider-Man movie, Viva Spider-Man ourselves but we’ll let you slide since you were brave enough to cover a Nickleback song in this day and age. The track also features fellow countryman Simon Gustafsson of Moment 22 fame and is leaps and bounds better than the original because…of course it is. Check it out below, true believers! Excelsior!
Wednesday, December 27, 2017 at 1:00 PM (PST) by Jeff Schaer - Moses
Philadelphia’s Narcos Family Band is the heaviest band you’ve never heard of. The abrasive seven-piece employs element s of punk, metal, hard rock, and garage to make for one of the most noticeable sounds of the new year. But why should I tell you about it when they can put it so much better Themselves:
“Narcos Family Band is the Philly Rock n Roll cult you’re already a part of. Rot-gut, dope-smoked, gutter-fuzzed Punk that makes people want to root through the trash in search of treasures unknown to humankind. Welcome to the Family.”
Their ridiculously heavy 4-song E.P. Pink Blues will be available for purchase and download on Dec. 31 but can be streamed right now exclusively at Dyingscene. And just click here here to get a pre-order of the limited edition pink and blue cassettes.
Friday, December 22, 2017 at 1:00 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
Fighting out of Paris by way of Venezuela, this political punk act has been playing their brash brand of politically charged punk rock since 2010. Over the seven year span, the quartet has released two studio albums with a third due out in late January via Umlaut Records. To get you stoked for the impending release of the LP, the boys sent us an advance copy to stream for DS readers! If melodic hardcore laced with some classic skate punk riffage is your thang, you’re really gonna dig this one! Stream all eight tracks from the upcoming album Divided We Fall exclusively here at Dying Scene below!
Thursday, December 21, 2017 at 8:00 AM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
Robecchetto con Induno skate punks LineOut released their third studio album Blast In Turbigo earlier this year and then went right back to work playing shows and recording videos. Now’s the part where we’d normally write a pithy factoid about the quartet but their Facebook page is in Italian and we’re not about to have FB Translate make us look any more foolish than we already do. So, we can really only tell you that the lads are kicking off a short Eastern European tour to round out the year and that they just released a music video for the track “Marcallo is Shit!” from the newest LP. Now, here’s the real cool part. Since you’re a DS reader, you get exclusive access to the premiere! Stream it a hundred…nay, a thousand times (and check out the tour dates) below!
Tuesday, December 19, 2017 at 12:00 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
We’re always stoked to premiere new music videos but we’re even stoked-er when the premiere is from a brand new band! Such is the case with today’s world premiere, which is brought to you by NYC based newcomers, The Clickbaits! The trio, which is fronted by Early Gates of Morning Glory fame, have only recently started playing so we really only know two things about them. 1) They have a pretty dope three track EP called Fake News due out on 12/29 (preorder on Bandcamp) and 2) We got our hands on the music video for “Bye Bye O’Reilly”, the debut single from the impending freshman album. Is there anything else you really need to know though!?? The answer is no. Now, getcho premiere on, below!
Friday, December 8, 2017 at 11:30 AM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
Melodic punks, Turnspit have released the first single off of their freshman full-length LP Desire Paths (due out February 16 on Dodgeball Records) and the Chicago based quartet sent it over, exclusively for DS readers to stream! The premiere track, “Walk Away” puts Turnspit’s defining features on display: dual vocals, catchy hooks and anthemic choruses. When we asked lead vocalist Gillian McGhee about the single, she told us that it was the last song the band wrote together before starting the recording process, explaining: “We needed to write one more song before heading into the studio, and I remembered this chord progression I had written about a year earlier. It always stuck with me, but I never developed it on my own. When I showed it to the rest of the band and we started working on it, we knew we had a banger on our hands.” Banger, indeed! Get to streaming, below!
Friday, December 1, 2017 at 12:00 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
While French punk act Guerilla Poubelle may not be a familiar name in the American scene, the trio has been playing together since 2003 and have a massive following throughout Europe and abroad. But, that’s all fixin’ to change now that the Parisian punks have signed with heavyweight label Red Scare Industries for the release their brand new album La Nausee. To better acquaint you with the venerable vets, they sent us a single from the thirteen track LP! And, since we don’t understand a lick of French, we asked lead man, Till Lemoine to tell us about it so us English-speaking folks know what the shit’s about: “’En Marche’ is the name of French president Emmanuel Marcon’s new movement. It translates to both ‘walking’ and ‘working’, implying that we must walk toward our radiant future through work and accumulation of wealth. Macron’s neo-liberal vision of progress includes less rights for the workers, downsizing public services and cutting corporate taxes.” Well, we all have our presidential problems now, don’t we lads…. Now, that you know what it’s all about, stream it, exclusively here at Dying Scene, below! Prendre plaisir!!
Thursday, November 30, 2017 at 12:00 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
Since their inception in 2015, San Diego pop punks Hard To Hit have been making a name for themselves with a high octane, pop punk sound, bringing West Coast noise and hard hitting lyricism to the genre. Now, the quintet is back with their sophomore EP and our lucky readers get to be the first to hear it, in it’s entirety before it releases tomorrow! When we asked the guys about the five track album they said: “It’s about self-improvement and perseverance. It’s understanding that life isn’t figured out all at once, but with each small step forward. It’s gaining awareness of toxic relationships and harmful behaviors, and finding something positive to focus on to get through even the toughest times. These are songs we’re really proud of and love playing.” So, git to listenin’! Stream the world premiere of Better Than I’ve Ever Been, exclusively here at DS, below!
*The band’s last album was their 2015 self titled EP
Wednesday, November 29, 2017 at 12:30 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
Christmas sucks! You know it and LA based punk outfit Total Massacre knows it, too. To properly convey their ire for the Yuletide Holiday, the quartet (which consists of former members of Punk is Dead, Henchmen 21, and The Scuffs) are releasing their own version of that most pointless of holiday traditions: the novelty Christmas Song! And since the season is all about giving, the boys sent us the corrupt carol to stream exclusively for our readers! But wait…there’s more! In anticipation of their upcoming LP, they also sent along a bonus, teaser track from the freshman, self-titled album a whole week before the single is available to “the normies”. Get stoked…and then go and burn down a strip mall (ed: you can’t encourage readers to incite violence, regardless of how much you hate the holidays)! Stream both brutal tracks, exclusively here at Dying Scene, below!
Monday, November 27, 2017 at 1:00 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
In 1993, Sicko front man Ean Hernandez’ label, Top Drawer Records released the compilation album 13 Soda Punx, with contributions from Sicko, Old Man, Model Rockets, Mr T Experience, Fastbacks, Stand GT, The Stuppes, Young Fresh Fellows, and The Primate 5, and many, many more. Now, twenty-three years later, the label has announced a second edition: 14 Soda Punx, featuring pop-punk bands from The Emerald City, the likes of which include Success, Ramona, and Burn Burn Burn among others. To coincide with the release of the fourteen track LP (pre-order on vinyl here), Top Drawer Records will also be hosting the Seattle Pop-Punk Music Festival on January 19th and 20th at The Highline on Broadway (lineups below). Until then tough, we got our grubby hands on an advanced copy of the comp and we’re gonna stream it for ya! Get hyped! Listen to the album in it’s entirety, exclusively here at Dying Scene below!
Tuesday, November 21, 2017 at 6:00 AM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
Since forming in 2006, Italian punks Thanx 4 All The Shoes have released two fantastic full length albums. Combining elements of melodic hardcore, skatepunk and thrash metal and adding evocative, socially aware lyrics, the quartet has rapidly gained a strong European following. Now, just three years after their last release, the lads are back with their third full length LP, Another Ride! Once again, the boys are have brought a great mix of tightly composed, technical riffs, catchy melodies and of course, speed!!! The ten track album will be released on CD, digital and vinyl on November 25th, (pre-orders are already up (BeNeLux, UK) and you better hurry, because the vinyl is limited to only 100 copies) and will be distributed in cooperation with White Russian Records, Disconnect/Disconnect, and No Reason Records (Italy). No need for you to wait though! DS readers can stream it, in its entirety, below! Prego!
*The band’s last release was the 2014 LP, This World Is Not Yours.
Friday, November 17, 2017 at 10:27 AM (PST) by rick delaney
The Affect Heuristic might be an unfamiliar name as of yet in European punk rock circles but this Belgian/Scottish five-piece are already working hard to change that. They’ve followed up this week’s debut single release with a second track for you lovely folk. We’ve been given an exclusive listen before they throw it up on their Bandcamp page later today. We figured it’d be rude to keep it to ourselves.
Below, for your listening pleasure is The Affect Heuristic with “Tightrope”. We’re thinking it’ll please all fans of Buckfast, french fries with mayo, and that plonker who had it in for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Enjoy!
Friday, November 10, 2017 at 12:00 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
If you think you know Chris Fox’s music, you don’t know shit! The hardest working man in punk rock is back with a brand new solo album featuring classic songs, with some new flavor of ’em! The debut, self titled LP will be released on Tuesday (11/14) via Reno based DIY label Voted Best Records and is made up of thirteen previously released songs all of which have been totally rerecorded and given a full accompaniment. This ‘upgrade’ creates a whole new feel from the simpler, acoustic versions while still keeping the trademark ‘Chris Fox’ sound. Lucky for you, we got our hands on an advance copy and like to share with our friends! Stream the world premiere of the revamped version of “Stupid Chords, Stupid Words, Stupid Song” exclusively here at Dying Scene, below!
*Mr. Fox is also working on a special EP entitled Portly Formed which will be comprised of nothing but his favorite thing, Fat Wreck Chords covers!! Follow the label’s Facebook page for more information on a release date.
Thursday, November 9, 2017 at 7:00 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
Melbourne based pop punk quartet SNDWNR are releasing their second new single of 2017 this coming Friday (11/10) before heading out on a tour across their homeland. Even better news? The boys sent it over to stream, exclusively for DS readers a day early (unless you’re in Australia, then who knows, it could be Monday there. all we know id that Aussies live in the future)! The track, “Social Haunts” was created under the guidance of fellow countryman, Mike Deslandes (High Tension, The Nation Blue) and is a perfectly self reflective slice of power pop. Check it out (along with tour dates) below!
*SNDWNR’s last release was their sophomore EP Never Forever in 2016