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DS Exclusive: Crossed Keys (ex-members of Kid Dynamite, Good Riddance) premieres “Saviors” EP

Loud, fast, riff driven rock and roll is coming at you in the form of Crossed Keys new Saviors EP releasing October 4 on Hell Minded Records. Of course, we’ve got it at Dying Scene a full day early. Stream Crossed Keys – Saviors below.

Crossed Keys is a powerhouse five-piece comprised of Philadelphia scene veterans, and each member has a slew of parenthetical defunct bands following his name in the press kit. As well to boast, Kid Dynamite founding member and drummer for Good Riddance during the early-2000s era, Dave Wagunshutz is beating the skins. Far from being lost on the rest of us, that dedication to punk craft and expertise is brilliantly cultivated in the seven tracks that make up the Saviors EP where: “These walls are closing in, like virtue mixed with sin. I swear one day this shit is gonna kill me.”

From the band:

From the wistfulness of ‘Times of Grace’ recalling shared times in basements and firehalls to the frustration of inaction voiced in the title track, ‘Saviors’ is seven tales of gratefulness for all of those moments and people in our lives that led us to this point.

Previously, Crossed Keys has provided tri-state support for some rad ass bands such as H2O, Dave Hause & The Mermaid, The Lillingtons, Good Riddance, Shades Apart, and Strike Anywhere. With the release of Saviors which easily arraigns familiar personage amongst the all-time great albums that sometimes nag at us like unexpected creepers, I’d say the tri-state area is due to round up some support of their own, vis-a-vis. You know, A Flight and A Crash was like that – where I didn’t realize it was my favorite album until after I’d listened to it once a week for at least a couple of years or so.  Pre-orders for Saviors are available here, with blue swirl or black vinyl options and a record release pressing exclusively available at the release show Oct. 12 at Creep Records Store in Philadelphia. Cassettes are being released as well, with an added live-set bonus on side B.

Enjoy the premiere – and be sure and check if Crossed Keys will be swinging through your town sometime soon!



Stream the new Good Riddance album, “Thoughts and Prayers”

Good Riddance‘s Thoughts and Prayers was just released on Fat Wreck Chords, and you can check it out below.  The band will be touring Europe and the Unite States in support of the new album – you can find tour dates on their Bandcamp page.



Good Riddance Stream Second Single “Our Great Divide” From Forthcoming Album “Thoughts and Prayers”

Legendary punk rock force Good Riddance have released a second single from their forthcoming album Thoughts and Prayers. 

The track is called “Our Great Divide” and you can enjoy it below.

Band vocalist, Russ Rankin, had the following to say about the single:

“This is a comment about the divisive, polarized impasse humanity finds itself at, as we face incalculable challenges to our planet, and our future.” 

Thoughts and Prayers is the ninth studio album by Good Riddance and the first since the 2015 effort Peace in Our Time. It will be available on the band’s long-serving record label, Fat Wreck Chords.

 



Good Riddance release ‘Our Great Divide’ ahead of new album

Good Riddance have released another single from their upcoming album, Thoughts and Prayers. The album was produced by longtime collaborators Bill Stevenson (Descendents, Black Flag) and Jason Livermore and is out July 19th via Fat Wreck Chords.

The band have also announced some European tour dates and one in Canada, these can be found below along with the new single.



Good Riddance announce new album and release new song ‘Don’t Have Time’

It’s been four years since Good Riddance gave the world a studio album. With that in mind, their fans will be delighted to know that they have just announced that they will release a new album, Thoughts and Prayers, on July 19th via Fat Wreck Chords. Yesterday, they also released the song ‘Don’t Have Time’ from the record.

Pre-orders can for the new album can be made here and the new song can be streamed below.



Good Riddance recording new album with Bill Stevenson

It’s been four long years since Santa Cruz punk veterans Good Riddance put out their last release, Peace in Our Time, through Fat Wreck Chords. Too long if you ask me! Well according to Good Riddance drummer Sean Sellers’ Instagram account the band is actively in the studio recording their next album with (surprise!) Bill Stevenson.

Woot!

We’ll keep you posted as new tunes/info surface.



A Vulture Wake (ft. members of Good Riddance, Authority Zero, Lagwagon, ALL) stream new album “The Appropriate Level Of Outrage”

Punk supergroup A Vulture Wake are finally streaming their newest album, The Appropriate Level Of Outrage, in full. The 10-track album is a combination of sounds that each band member brings from their own bands and it is a necessary release for fans of any of their respective bands.

For those who aren’t in the loop, A Vulture Wake features Chad Price of ALL and Drag The RiverLagwagon/RKL bassist Joe Raposo, Good Riddance drummer Sean Sellers, and former Authority Zero guitarist Brandon D. Landelius.

You can stream the album below.

The Appropriate Level Of Outrage was released on January 31st through Bird Attack Records.



Good Riddance announce west coast shows

Santa Cruz punk veterans Good Riddance just added some more west coast shows to their 2018 tour schedule. This run will feature support from The Last Gang and Success.

All of the band’s upcoming tour dates can be seen below.

Good Riddance last released Peace in Our Time in 2015 through Fat Wreck Chords.



A Vulture Wake (Good Riddance, Lagwagon, etc.) stream new song “Running Back Home”

Punk supergroup A Vulture Wake are streaming another song off their highly-anticipated debut album The Appropriate Level of Outrage. The track’s called “Running Back Home”, and you can check it out below.

For those who aren’t in the loop, A Vulture Wake features Chad Price of ALL and Drag The RiverLagwagon/RKL bassist Joe Raposo, Good Riddance drummer Sean Sellers, and former Authority Zero guitarist Brandon D. Landelius.

The Appropriate Level of Outrage releases on January 31st through Bird Attack Records. The album can be pre-ordered here.



A Vulture Wake (members of Good Riddance, ALL & more) stream songs off upcoming album

Punk supergroup A Vulture Wake have premiered more songs off their upcoming debut album The Appropriate Level of Outrage. All three songs that are currently streaming can be heard below.

For those who are unfamiliar with A Vulture Wake, the band features Chad Price of ALL and Drag The River, Lagwagon/RKL bassist Joe Raposo, Good Riddance drummer Sean Sellers, and Brandon D. Landelius of The Mag Seven.

The Appropriate Level of Outrage is due out on January 31st through Bird Attack Records. Head over here to pre-order the album.



Good Riddance add US and Canada West coast 2018 tour dates

Santa Cruz punk legends Good Riddance have announced some more tour dates for 2018. The run includes 3 new dates from Las Vegas, NV to Denver, CO followed by 3 more dates in Alberta where they will be supported by A Vulture Wake.

You can check out a full list of dates and locations below.

Good Riddance released Peace in Our Time, their first album in 9 years, in April 2015 through Fat Wreck Chords.



Good Riddance, Pulley, 30footFALL & more playing 2017 Remember The Punks festival

The initial lineup for the 2017 edition of San Antonio, Texas’ Remember The Punks musical festival has been announced. Bands playing the fest include Good Riddance, Pulley, 30footFALL, JFA, Bigwig, The Unseen, and Big D and the Kids Table, among others.

The full list of bands that have been announced so far can be seen below. Tickets for the festival which takes place at Paper Tiger on October 21st are available here.



Video: Green Day does “Camptown Races” version of “Good Riddance” with Stephen Colbert

This is kinda fun. Stephen Colbert is apparently a big fan of Green Day and recently had them on The Late Show. While there he asked if they would play his favorite song, “Good Riddance”, but since that would have cost the show money they settled on “Camptown Races” (free because its part of the public domain) set to the “Good Riddance” melody. Stephen and Billie Joe tackle it duet style with help from the band members on the “do-da-day” bits. It’s actually pretty great.

Watch it below.



Coercion 96 returns after 20 year hiatus (members of Good Riddance, Fury 66 and The Lonely Kings)

Remember Coercion 96? The punk supergroup comprised of members of Good Riddance, Fury 66 and The Lonely Kings? No? Well that’s because they disbanded 20 years ago so don’t beat yourself up. Luckily for us the foursome has reformed and recently hit the studio with legendary producer/engineer Michael Rosen (Rancid, AFI, Testament, Vio-lence) to record a 4-song E.P. tentatively titled “Exit Wounds” (label TBD). Influenced by the metal likings of Black Sabbath, Metallica and Killing Joke as well as punk rock icons TSOL, Agent Orange and Bad Religion, Coercion 96 hopes to release the E.P. in the near future. For the time being check out one of the new songs, “Crime Scene” below.



Live Video: Good Riddance perform “Letters Home” in Montreal

Santa Cruz punk legends Good Riddance played a show in Montreal, Quebec back on October 1st at the Corona Theatre. The folks over at RAW CUT Media filmed part of the set, and have put it on YouTube for everyone to enjoy. Check out their performance of the track “Letters Home” below.

Good Riddance’s new album Peace In Our Time was released on April 21st of last year through Fat Wreck Chords. Our review of the record can be read here.