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Music Video: The Red Owls – “Party Lines”

Pop-punk ground The Red Owls (featuring ex and current members of Nightmares for a Week and The Ataris) have premiered a music video for their song “Party Lines”. You can watch the video below.

“Party Lines” is taken from The Red Owls’ upcoming EP Do You Feel Any Better?, which will be released digitally this Friday (October 2nd) and physically on October 30th. You can pre-order your copy here.

Album Review: Nightmares for a Week / Banquets – “Split”

Usually, there’s an undersell when it comes to splits these days. Two tracks at most per band. But this split is one to savor. Five tracks each and what you get is a brilliant account of why Nightmares for a Week and Banquets are two bands that are vastly underrated. NFAW impose themselves as the next Gaslight Anthem while Banquets take the melodic-punk genre and own it. With these ten tracks, there’s more than enough to hold over until their next full-lengths.

NFAW play off the melodic-alternative vibe as usual and do establish their quintessential post-rock ambiance. Their non-complex yet catchy arrangements nod to Restorations’ LP2 while keeping the signature that Civilian War painted last year. “Canadian Tuxedo” is their emblematic hook-filled show-pony which mixes up well alongside tracks like the folky, acoustic “Dead Will Stay”. They all reassure that NFAW stick to basics while showcasing their diversity.

Banquets however has a more direct, in-your-face approach with their melodic punk pulling no punches. Their faster-paced medleys balance the record out nicely adding a strong punk-depth to things, much akin to last year’s self-titled full-length. “The Engineer” stretches out Travis Omilian’s vocals and as usual, he delivers nothing but gold. His powerful voice backed by crisp, tight-knit drums and a sprawl of anthemic riffs and hooks build their arsenal perfectly. “Come Home Ragged” is no doubt the most prominent tune on offer from them as it’s full of energy and snark. It’s another example why they shouldn’t be ignored.

Overall, both bands step up to the plate and knock it out the park. There’s quantity yes, but so much quality also. For all rock fans, take this in and chalk one more down in the win column. Look for both bands to be making bigger strides in 2014. If this record is an indicator or a litmus test, it gauges them pretty well.

5 /5 Stars

Nightmares For A Week and Banquets stream split LP

New York’s Nightmares For A Week and New Jersey’s Banquets are streaming their brand new split LP. The ten track album features five new songs from each band, and you can check it out below.

The split album was released on March 18th through Black Numbers. It is the follow up to both Banquets’ 2013 self-titled album and Nightmares for a Week’s Civilian War.

Nightmares for a Week and Banquets release songs off of new LP

Pop-punks Nightmares for a Week joined forces with Banquets to release a 4-track split LP, and you can preview one song from each band by clicking here.  Both bands also released their own LPs in 2013, and they are both heading out (separately) on tour this spring.  You can check the dates below.

Banquets and Nightmares for a Week releasing split; stream new song each

New Jersey’s Banquets and New York’s Nightmares For A Week are teaming up together for a split LP. The split will feature a total of ten songs, five from each band, and will be released on March 18 through Black Numbers. Additionally, both bands are streaming one new song from the split right now.

You can check out both Banquets’ “My Moped Year” and Nightmare for a Week’s “Dead Will Stay” here. Pre-orders for the split can be found here.

Banquets last released their self-titled album in May 2013, via Black Numbers, while Nightmares for a Week released Civilian War in March 2013 through Suburban Home Records.

Music Video: Nightmares for a Week – “The Destroyers”

New York’s Nightmares for a Week have released a music video for their song “The Destroyers”. The song comes off of the band’s sophomore album, Civilian War.

You can watch the video below.

Civilian War was released in March 2013 as a joint venture through Suburban Home Records and Broken English Records.

Banquets announce North American summer tour w/ Nightmares For A Week

New Jersey punks Banquets have announced they will be hitting the road for a summer tour of North America, with Nightmares For A Week joining them on about half of the dates.

Click here for a full list of dates and locations on the tour.

Banquets last released their self-titled album on May 7, 2013, via Black Numbers, while Nightmares For A Week’s last release “Civilian War” came out on March 26th through Suburban Home Records.

Full Album Stream: Nightmares for a Week – “Civilian War”

New York’s Nightmares for a Week isn’t set to release their sophomore album, Civilian War, until next week on March 26, but for those of you who just can’t wait to hear the whole thing, don’t worry: the band is streaming the whole album right over here.

Civilian War will be available on CD and vinyl through Suburban Home Records, and digitally through Broken English Records.

Nightmares for a Week streams two songs from upcoming “Civilian War”

Nightmares for a Week, the pop punk sensation from upstate New York, have just released two songs from their upcoming release “Civilian War.”  Listen here.  The first track, “The Destroyers”, well…destroys.  “Bloodshot Monday” has that little bit of angst that made Taking Back Sunday so awesome.  Dare you to disagree.

“Civilian War” is set to drop March 26th on CD and vinyl through Suburban Home Records.  However, like true technology pioneers, the band is also releasing the album digitally through Broken English Records the same day.  Yus.


Nightmares For A Week to release new album “Civilian War”

Upstate, NY pop-punk act, Nightmares For A Week,  have announced that they will release their second full-length album, “Civilian War” will be released digitally via Broken English Records and physically on vinyl and CD through Suburban Home Records. Pre-orders will not be available for the record. You can order the record on its release date of March 26, 2013.

The band last released a split with Nightmare Of You in October via Paper + Plastick Records and is available on 7″ vinyl in two Halloween-themed variations – black/orange swirl and glow-in-the-dark. It can be purchased in the Paper + Plastick webstore.

Random Cover Song: Nightmares for a Week will “Still Be Around” (to cover Uncle Tupelo)

Cover songs are like a box of chocolates; you never know what you’re going to get. We here at Dying Scene love hearing punk bands do their own take on other band’s songs. Sometimes they pull off amazing interpretations of old classics, sometimes they’re not much more than humble tributes to a fellow artist, and other times they’re just downright laughable renditions of otherwise great songs. Good or bad. Intriguing or mundane. We’ll let you be the judge.

Today’s cover comes from New York band Nightmares for a Week, who covered “Still Be Around”. The song was originally recorded by alt-country band Uncle Tupleo, whose members have famously gone on to form Wilco. Nightmares for a Week recorded their cover for a split with Banquets that never surfaced, while the original song appears on the 1991 album, Still Be Gone.

You can listen to and compare both versions of the song right here.

Nightmares For A Week to record 2nd full length

New York pop punk band Nightmares For A Week are preparing to enter the studio on December 19th to record their 2nd full length album. Check back as more details about the new release emerge.

The band last released a split with Nightmare Of You in October via Paper + Plastick Records and is available on 7″ vinyl in two Halloween-themed variations – black/orange swirl and glow-in-the-dark. It can be purchased in the Paper + Plastick webstore.

Nightmare Of You and Nightmares For A Week stream upcoming split

You can stream the Nightmare of You and Nightmares For A Week split “Nightmares Split” right here.

The album was released today via Paper + Plastick Records and is available on 7″ vinyl in two Halloween-themed variations – black/orange swirl and glow-in-the-dark. It can be purchased in the Paper + Plastick webstore.

Nightmare of You and Nightmares for a Week stream songs from split – Pre orders

Nightmare of You and Nightmares For A Week are putting out a split together and they are each streaming a song from that split now. You can check it out here.

The songs come from a split EP that the two bands will be putting out together via Paper + Plastick Records. Dubbed the “Nightmares” split, the release will be available digitally on Halloween. Preorders are available now here for both digital and 7″ vinyl.

Interview: Nightmares For A Week talk new releases, signing to P+P and working with Shai Hulud

Upstate, NY pop-punk act Nightmares For A Week sat down with Dying Scene at Keegan Ale’s in Kingston, NY during a hometown show to discuss an upcoming full-length and split 7″, signing to Paper + Plastick Records, working with Shai Hulud and more.

Check it out here.