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The Slums stream new album “Rise Up”

Montreal ska-punks The Slums are streaming their new album, Rise Up, which was released on January 21st via PCT Musique.

You can give it a listen below.  If you like what you hear, the label is offering the album as a pay what you want download.

The Slums last released Episode in 2013.



Mike Llerena & The Nerve (punk, Gainesville) release music video for “Crossfire”

Gainesville Punk Rock N’ Roll act Mike Llerena & The Nerve have released a music video for their song “Crossfire.”

You can check it out below, along with some of the bands’ upcoming tour dates.

“Crossfire” comes from the bands’ last album, Old Haunts & New Horizons, which was released on June 15th, 2018.



Reconciler (Atlanta Melodic Punk) stream new album “Set Us Free”

Atlanta melodic punk act Reconciler are streaming their new album, Set Us Free, which was released on February 1st via A-F Records.

You can give it a listen below.

Reconciler last released I. in April 2017.



The Abolitionist (punk, Portland) stream new album “A New Militance”

Portland, OR punk act The Abolitionist are streaming their new album, A New Militance, which was released on January 7th via 1859 Records.

You can give it a listen below.  If you like what you hear, the band is offering the album as a pay what you want download.

The Abolitionist last released The Instant in May 2018.



DS Exclusive: Nadir (ffo: OWTH, Jimmy Eat World) premiere “Doomed from the Start” off debut album, “Collecting Misery”

So, there’s this band I’ve gotten really into lately. They’re called Nadir and they’re from Queens, which is weird because I thought they were from wherever Off With Their Heads is from because their lead singer is in Off with Their Heads, but whatever. They’re really good, and of course, you should know I was gonna say that because I fucking love Off With Their Heads. I saw them (OWTH) at 1919 Hemphill with like two other people in the audience, and it was a straight-edge club, but nobody cared. It was a fun night.

I’ve been lucky enough to get my hands on a press copy of Nadir’s debut album, Collecting Misery, and it’s easily my first favorite thing that’s come out this year. (That I know of!)  And I’m absolutely thrilled to show it off to you! Well, the first song anyway, off their first album. So, unless you’re one of the ones in-the-know enough to have snagged the demo, then I proudly present Nadir with “Doomed From the Start”.

Collecting Misery is being self-released by Nadir, and drops Feb. 25. Stream “Doomed From the Start” below.



Burn Burn Burn (punk) streaming new single “Catharsis NOW!”

Seattle punks Burn Burn Burn are streaming the first single “Catharsis NOW!” off of their upcoming album Chosen Family. Being a huge fan of 90’s punk, this song brought me back to the glory days of Diesel Boy and NoFX, if this is a taste of what we can expect from the rest of the album we are in for a treat.

Check out the new single below.

Due out later this month, Chosen Family is the first new music from Burn Burn Burn since their 2018 release The Seoul Sessions. As mentioned above, if you enjoy Diesel Boy or NoFX these guys are for you, so check them out.



Downway (punk) streaming new single “Part of the Show”

Calgary punks Downway returned from a long hibernation in 2017 to play a few shows, they’ve started 2019 off with announcement of a new album. The first single “Part of the Show” off of their upcoming album Last Chance for More Regrets is now available to stream.  As well as the new single the band has announced a run of shows in Ontario and Quebec later on this spring with Hit the Switch.

You can check out the new song and tour dates below.

This is the first new music from the Calgary punks since their 2003 split with fellow Canadians Belvedere. if the first song off the new album is any sign of what we can expect from the rest of the album, we are all in for a treat.



PUP release video for “Kids”

PUP recently streamed “Kids” from their upcoming album Morbid Stuff, which is out on April 5th. They’ve now released a video for the track, which you can have a watch of below.

The album is the follow up to the 2016 release of The Dream is Over.



Part Time Killer release new track “Notes To Myself”

Finnish skate punks Part Time Killer have released a new track. “Notes To Myself” is out now on all the usual streaming platforms. The song will feature on an as-yet-untitled, upcoming album, out later this year.

Have a listen on Spotify now.



Tim Armstrong forms “fictional” side project punk band Landfill Crew, stream first single

It’s getting harder and harder to keep up with Rancid member side projects, particularly Tim Armstrong’s. The latest is Landfill Crew, a fictional animated punk rock band set in the 1980’s. Describing it Tim writes:

I play one of the characters named Bagga and my friend Tippa Lee plays the character Hux. Tippa Lee is one of my favorite Jamaican vocalists that has been recording reggae music in Kingston since the early 80s. J Bonner animated the videos and helped develop the characters. Hope you guys enjoy this 4 song EP as much as we do.”

The aforementioned self-titled EP is being split released via Hellcat Records and Pirates Press and you can stream the title track below.



Not On Tour to release new album “Growing Pains” on SBAM Records

Israeli melodic punk rock band Not On Tour have just announced that this Spring they’ll be releasing their 4th full-length album via SBÄM Records. “Growing Pains” will be produced by Ishay Berger of Useless ID and fans can expect it out on April 12th. 

“Growing Pains” will be the band’s first new release since 2015’s “Bad Habits.” Keep your eyes and ears peeled for new tracks hitting the web soon.



New Video: Bob Mould – “Lost Faith” from upcoming album “Sunshine Rock”

The legendary Bob Mould has got a brand-new solo album coming out in less than a week. It’s called Sunshine Rock, and it marks Mould’s thirteen studio album as a solo artist. The third sneak-peak we get from the album comes by way of a slightly long-form video for the track “Lost Faith,” which finds the songwriter a target of constant, increasing surveillance in his current home country of Germany. It’s pretty well done, if you ask us. Check it out below.

Sunshine Rock is due out February 8th on Merge Records. It marks his first release since 2016’s Patch The Sky.



Manchester Punk Festival (UK) Streams Volume Three of Pay-What-You-Want Compilation

As if the latest lineup announcement from the UK’s finest DIY punk gathering wasn’t enough to get you pumped for its fifth instalment, those fine folks from Manchester Punk Festival have put out another collection of tunes from bands performing this year. The compilation is the third for the 2019 event and the 21st for the festival overall.

Amongst those comprising the track list are Italian face melters, Actionmen; ska-swing shamans, The Mighty Bossmags; Holy Roar’s Pijn; and progressive shred mongers, Almeida (who are currently on the hunt for a permanent bass player). With 29 tunes taken from such an eclectic festival lineup, there really is something for all tastes on the latest edition of the official compilation.

The release is “pay-what-you-want” with all funds raised going towards promoting the event. You can check it out below.

Manchester Punk Festival takes place over three days in Manchester, UK, on 19-21 April 2019. All ticket information can be found at the official website



Makewar Recording New Album!

Dying Scene favorites (or favourites, depending how North and/or East of our home office you live) MakeWar are making a new album!

The New York based trio recently holed up at the Barber Shop Studio in North Jersey to get to work on a full-length follow-up to 2016’s Developing A Theory Of Integrity. They’ve posted a few photos as evidence: check ’em out here. stay tuned for more on this one as it comes down the ‘pike.

Developing A Theory Of Integrity was released on Red Scare.



Bad Luck (pop-punk) streaming new single “Wish We Still Talked” announce a few shows

Brooklyn pop-punks Bad Luck are streaming their latest single “Wish We Still Talked”. The song is a treat of sorts, to get fans ready for a short run of shows the band has planned for March.

Check out the new song and tour dates below.

This is the first new music from Bad Luck since Noise in Your Head was released back in 2015. If you’re a fan of The Menzingers or Against Me! these guys are pretty similar.