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Off With Their Heads announce tour dates

In support of their new album, due August 16th on Epitaph Records, Off With Their Heads have announced a string of tour dates with support from Single Mothers and Slingshot Dakota on different legs of the tour. You can find the list of dates below.



S. T. Manville (Solo, UK) releases new single “Make Believe”

S. T. Manville (formerly of UK math/punk bands Blakfish and Hymns) has followed up his recent album of covers with a new single of his own crafting – “Make Believe”.

The track is out now and you can check it out with his forthcoming tour dates below.



New song and video from blink-182

Blink-182 have released further material from their as yet untitled upcoming album. The new single ‘Generational Divide’ is now streaming across all the main platforms. This track has a more urgent punk rock sound, with Matt Skiba and Mark Hoppus trading vocals, and clocks in at just 49 seconds. The two songs released so far have very different sounds so the album should be an interesting listen if nothing else.

Check out the video for Generational Divide below.



New video from Lay It On The Line!

UK melodic hardcore band Lay It On The Line have released a video for ‘A Serious House on Serious Earth’. The song is the final single from their debut album, The Black Museum that was released in 2017 on Disconnect Disconnect Records. The band are currently working on their second album.

Check out the video below.



New EP from Duncan Ewart (solo project FFO Frank Turner, Billy Bragg, Dashboard Confessional)

London-based singer-songwriter Duncan Ewart is releasing his new EP on July 2nd. This will be the first time Duncan has put out solo music since the EP ‘A Better Hat’ in 2015, he has been keeping himself busy by playing in punk rock band Fintan Stack.

Check out the title song from the EP ‘Hurt Yourself and Entertain Me’ below. If you are a fan of Frank Turner, you might enjoy this.



DS Exclusive: The Kreutzer Sonata (street punk) premiere new music video, “Feasts and Famines”

The fine folks at Don’t Panic Records and Distro just hooked Dying Scene up with Chicago street punks The Kreutzer Sonata‘s sweet new video premiere for “Feasts and Famines”. Dropping bombs in my inbox to explode on all you lucky young readers is what they’re good for, and this time is no exception. “Feasts and Famines” is off The Kreutzer Sonata’s upcoming album The Rosehill Gates and is essentially a video collage of shots from the band’s recent spring tour through the United States and Canada set to a prideful ballad of generations through entropy, resolved in the weltschmerz to expropriate a legacy of glory out of the chaos of it all. Balance and Dynamism in crust punk? I can dig it.

Visually you’re swimming through dive bars and stages to congested highways and deserted fairgrounds with a stop along the way at a pretty sweet looking skatepark somewhere. If you’re in the know and wanna give your humble, handsome writer-friend some directions please feel free to do so.

The Kreutzer Sonata has been rolling around partying and cranking out tunes since 2011. The Rosehill Gatewill be their third full-length and is set to drop on June 28 with a record release show featuring The Oi! Scouts, Corrupted Youth, and Uglybones held at Chicago’s Liar’s Club to take place on July 7. Don’t Panic has teamed up with No Time Records to press 500 copies on vinyl for the occasion – 100 of which will be pinwheel pink and blue – along with a small run of cassettes as well, limited to 100 copies. Pre-orders for The Rosehill Gates are available here. Stream that new video below.



Obey the Brave stream new single “Cold Summer”

Canadian metal core outfit Obey the Brave are now streaming their new single “Cold Summer.”

The boys last released their 2017 album “Mad Season” off of Epitaph Records. Check out the new video below!



Cross Dog (Hardcore) announce new album, stream new song

Ontario based hardcore act Cross Dog have announced they will be releasing their new album, Hollow, on July 19th via Uncle D Records.

To give you a taste of what to expect from the new album, the band is streaming “Scars,” which you can check out below.

Cross Dog last released Vigilante in May 2015.



Motion City Soundtrack announce US tour dates

Motion City Soundtrack have announced some upcoming tour dates starting on New Years Eve, and running through January of 2020.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

Motion City Soundtrack’s last album Panic Stations was released in September 2015 through Epitaph Records.



PACIFIST (Post-Hardcore) stream new EP “Greyscale Dreams”

Indian post-hardcore act PACIFIST are streaming their debut EP, Greyscale Dreams, in its entirety.

You can give it a listen below.

Greyscale Dreams was released on June 16th, 2019.



Roadblock Music Festival announces lineup

Roadblock Music Festival will be taking place on July 27th at Bold Point Park in East Providence Rhode Island and will feature Bad Religion, The Menzingers, Charly Bliss, Old Firm Casuals, Cro-Mags, Rebuilder and more.

Not only can you see some awesome punk acts, but you can help a great cause as well.  A portion of all ticket sales will be donated to Whiteknact PTA Operation Playground in East Providence to build a playground for handicapped students.  You can grab your tickets here.



Neverlearn (Melodic Hardcore) stream new song “Pest Control”

Finnish melodic hardcore band Nerverlearn are streaming their new song “Pest Control,” which comes from their upcoming album, We Want More, that is set to be released later this summer via Fast Decade Records (FInland), Milestone Sound (Japan) & Punk & Disorderly Records (Canada).

You can give it a listen below.

Neverlearn last released their Start Tomorrow EP in August 2016.



The Brass Action (ska) release video for “Disposable Razors”

British Columbia ska act The Brass Action have released a stellar new video for their song “Disposable Razors” off of the band’s latest release Brouhaha. The video features a middle-age-ish man out skankin’ about the town. Literally. Awesome!

Check out the video for yourself here.

The Brass Action released Brouhaha back in April of this year. If you’re a fan of The B-Sharps or Mustard Plug, you will no doubt enjoy these guys.



New Found Glory releases video for “Cups”

Pop-punk cover aficionados New Found Glory have released a video for the Anna Kendricks hit “Cups”, and yes I can promise it gets stuck in your head just like the original. Coming off New Found Glory’s latest covers album From The Screen To Your Stereo Part 3, which was released back in May through Hopeless Records.

Check out the video below.

As much as New Found Glory takes flack for their musical stylings, no doubt we’re going to miss them when their gone, so enjoy these pop-punk covers of some real catchy-ass songs. As mentioned above, New Found Glory’s most recent release From The Screen To Your Stereo Part 3. 



Calmgrove (Pop-punk) release video for song “Give & Take”

California pop-punks Calmgrove have released a video for their song “Give & Take”. The video which is set in the woods, is a metaphorical look at the constant struggle of trying to run away from the things subconciously we want most. Alright, maybe it’s not that deep, there is however a tug-of-war between two, what can only be assumed lovers. Which leads to the breaking of a union if you will. While I may have looked a little deeper into this video for the underlying meaning than the band intended, it’s a pretty awesome song.

Check it out for yourself below.

This is the latest in a string of singles released by Calmgrove. I would suspect all these singles could potentially lead to an album in the near future.