The band’s new album Hot Shame came out on August 28th through Asian Man Records.
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Thursday, October 8, 2015 at 3:29 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
Thursday, October 8, 2015 at 1:00 PM (PST) by Bizarro Dustin
Monday, August 31, 2015 at 11:50 AM (PST) by Bobby Pickles
This week on Dying Scene Radio, Bob Noxious and Bobby Pickles are finally back after nearly a month long hiatus! There’s been a mini format change, plus new episodes are posting each and every Monday morning. Get yourself a recap of last week’s new music and headlines, brought to you by the Bobs. On this week’s episode, Bobby talks about his travels to Floriduhh where he gets too drunk to record a DSR podcast episode with Bob in-person. Bobby asks Bob if he’s ever seen the iconic 80’s punk movie, Dudes (1987), directed by Penelope Spheeris; Bob mentions that he and the acclaimed Decline of Western Civilization director are Facebook friends. Bobby asks Bob if he ever likes bands’ Facebook pages, prior to listening to any of their music, simply based on their ridiculous name. Bob thinks new NOFX music is not newsworthy because they’re always dropping new music. Bobby informs Bob that Fat Wreck Chords has only existed for 24 years and nobody checked to verify dates – everyone just bought the 25 year anniversary marketing ploy. Bobby gives 45 Adapters frontman Pickabar a FAT ENZO BB Allin t-shirt at the 2015 Long Island Punk Rock BBQ. Bill stevenson declares Propagandhi the best band ever. Bob declares that Fletcher Dragge is a name nazi. Bobby interviews Fraser Murderburger about doing a pre-order in lieu of a crowdfunding campaign, recording with Masked Intruder, Matt Allison (Atlas Studios), and having a million different drummers involved with The Murderburgers’ line-up during the band’s existence. Bobby says Bob should go join The Murderburgers too – since his band, PigPen, dawns masks just like the Masked Intruder fellas. Bob says he won’t be wearing a mask in his next band because it’s too hot. Bob talks about attending Underoath’s high school in Tampa, FL. Bobby accuses Bob of “lazy thievery” – not wanting to steal the new Epitaph sampler via one-track on youtube. Bob “drops the mic” on Bobby, then reads two weird definitions of the newly accepted pop culture phrase; the alternative definition of which brings this week’s episode rating from R to X for vulgarity. Bobby declares, “Darkbuster must be a great name to hear uttered in the Boston accent!” Then, Bob attempts a Boston accent but sounds more like Vinnie Barbarino from Welcome Back, Kotter. While discussing Iron Reagan’s (Bobby mispronounces name) new craft beer flavor by Stragtimes Brewery, Bob tells Bobby the tale of PigPen’s Stale Ale and Swine Wine. Bob realizes that he could never go solo because he would have to rival the Bobnoxious band of Canada. Bob wonder why contests are so difficult these days, referencing New Found Glory’s music video contest, Bob says to win you have to be multi-talented. DSR could be the official podcast of FEST 14 in Gainesville – so stay tuned for that. Bob discusses his “hipster neighborhood” and having not mowed his lawn since finding out his house is to be sold. Sparklefight in the news, so Bobby reaches out to Mike Beer about a commercial they made in jest nearly 4 years ago – there’s a Facebook protest group calling for the boycott of Connie’s Ric Rac because they say the video (which is pure schtick) supports rape culture. Mike argues their side of the story, explaining why they won’t take down the video – it’s the principality of the situation. New one-man band, Distorted Signals, lives in a van down by the river, and they/he/she also records their/his/her records in said van, as well. Episode 27’s recurring themes: name nazis and bad words, which start with the letter “C”.
THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST
Blowfuse – Radioland
The Prosecution – Sofa Spuds
45 Adapters – Patriots Not Fools
Propagandhi – I Am A Rifle
Dead Ahead – Cold Truth
Dead Rejects – Spill Your Guts
Darkbuster – Many Moons
D.O.A. – Punk Rock Hero
Joey Cape – This Life Is Strange
Greg Graffin – Faith Alone
Distorted Signals – Less Than Nothing
Hear all the incessant blathering, plus this week’s new music and headlines, below.
Wednesday, August 26, 2015 at 5:17 PM (PST) by jaystone
Two for the price of one from the Wild Moth camp tonight!
First up, the Bay Area progressive punks are streaming their upcoming full length, “Inhibitor,” in its entirety. You can check it out here. Lest you forgot, “Inhibitor” is due out Friday via Iron Pier.
Next up, the band announced a month of US tour dates that’ll keep them on the road from Halloween in Salt Lake City through November 27th in San Diego. Check out the full rundown below!
Monday, August 24, 2015 at 11:49 AM (PST) by Lauren Mills
Philadelphia indie rock act Dogs On Acid (ft. members of Snowing and Algernon Cadwallader) are streaming their new self-titled album in full.
You can check it out here.
The album is due out August 28th through Jade Tree Records.
Monday, August 24, 2015 at 11:10 AM (PST) by Lauren Mills
Scottish pop-punk favorites The Murderburgers have launched a pre-order for yet-to-be-titled new album. The album is due out spring of 2016 through Asian Man Records / Round Dog Records, The album is fully written and demoed. For the recording The Murderburgers will feature Fraser, members of Masked Intruder and Zack of of Dear Landlord. Rather than launch a Kickstarter to fund the recording of the album and touring, the band have a launched a pre-oder for the record in hopes of securing some cash. You can read what singer Fraser had to say about the pre-order below.
Pre-orders are available via Bandcamp here.
We’ll be sure to keep you posted as more details on The Murderburgers’ new album come to light. The band’s last full-length These Are Only Problems was released in 2013 through Asian Man Records, and they have since put out a 60-song compilation titled Old Bullshit, Rare Bullshit, Previously Unreleased Bullshit & Live Bullshit.
Wednesday, August 12, 2015 at 2:17 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
During their show at the Northpark Theater in San Diego a few nights ago, The Queers had to literally kick (or I guess you could say shove) their bassist Dangerous Dave off stage after he went on what seemed to be a drunken rampage aimed at destroying the band’s drum kit.
Someone was nice enough to post a video, so you can check that out below (the action starts around the 5:07 mark).
Frontman Joe Queer was quick to dispel any rumors of Dave and The Queers parting ways, posting the following on the band’s Facebook yesterday:
Hey, everyone fucks up. Dangerous Dave will ride again. He just needs a little timeout haha! He apologized so we’re just going to move on. We’re not pulling a Screeching Weasel at SXSW thing where everyone threw Ben under the bus – even a lot of his so-called friends. Friends fuck up and you don’t always agree with what they say or do but they’re still your friends. At least in my book.
The Queers just wrapped up a summer tour with Screeching Weasel and the Mr. T Experience, and they will be announcing another round of shows sometime soon. The band recently released a fully re-recorded version of 2000’s Beyond the Valley… and they plan to do the same with 1998’s Punk Rock Confidential.
Austrian pop-punks The Mugwumps released a new album called Can’t Be the One last week, and you can stream the whole thing below. If you like what you hear, you can get your hands on a vinyl hardcopy here.
The band’s most recent release was 2014’s Mutation in the Family.
Thursday, August 6, 2015 at 9:30 AM (PST) by Bizarro Dustin
For the past few years, documentarian Sara Crow has been hard at work putting together a feature on Long Island DIY punk band Bomb the Music Industry!. Titled Never Get Tired: The Bomb the Music Industry! Story, the documentary will finally see the light of day on August 30, 2015 at the SVA Theater in New York, NY. You can watch the trailer for the film below, and buy your tickets to the screening here.
Friday, July 31, 2015 at 10:10 AM (PST) by villagebrown
Bay Area progressive punks Wild Moth have partnered with Brooklyn based indie label Iron Pier to host and release their entire musical catalogue for free streaming and download on Bandcamp. This includes the group’s Asian Man Records full-length Over, Again, Wild Moth/Creative Adults split, their single Mirrors (released on Iron Pier), and their early releases Morning Glow and Wild Moth. This offer will only be available for the next two weeks so head over to the group’s Bandcamp and check out all that they have to offer.
Wild Moth’s sophomore album Inhibitor will be released August 28th via Iron Pier.
Thursday, July 30, 2015 at 12:47 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
Oakland rockers The Atom Age have released a music video for new song titled “Wasteoid,” starring someone I can only assume is a random Elvis impersonator they picked up off the street. Check it out below.
Thursday, July 23, 2015 at 9:00 AM (PST) by Bizarro Dustin
“Operation #2” comes off of Dog Party’s latest album, Vol. 4, which was released on June 16, 2015 through Asian Man Records.
Tuesday, July 14, 2015 at 11:38 AM (PST) by The Torchbearer
Give it a listen here.
Party Adjacent is set to be released on July 17th through Asian Man Records and will serve as a follow-up to the band’s 2011 debut Hurricane Season.
Thursday, July 9, 2015 at 4:09 PM (PST) by Drea
Bay Area progressive punks Wild Moth have premiered “Buried”, the second single off their forthcoming album, Inhibitor.
You can give it a listen over at Brooklyn Vegan.
Inhibitor will be released August 28th via Iron Pie.
Thursday, July 2, 2015 at 3:45 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
They have now made good on half of that promise, as a completely re-recorded Beyond The Valley… has gone up for streaming and can be heard below (unless you don’t have Spotify). LP’s are also available to pre-order on the band’s webstore.
We’ll keep you posted as more details on the Punk Rock Confidential re-recording come to light. For the time being, head over here to see if The Queers are stopping near you on their summer tour with Screeching Weasel and Mr. T Experience.