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Kickstand Records release “Compilation Vol 1.”

Phoenix, AZ label Kickstand Records has just released a new 59 track compilation called Compilation Vol. 1, and are offering the whole thing as a pay what you want download.

The compilation features tracks from From Six Till Eight, Loser Points, Chimp Change, and many more.

You can give the whole thing a listen below.



FREE Download: Melodic Punk Style’s “Sound Of Us. Volume II” (Chimp Change, Skumdum, Local Resident Failure, and more)

Polish music blog Melodic Punk Style has just released a second free compilation. The comp, titled Sound of Us. Volume II, includes 27 tracks by 27 different bands. Among the bands included on this volume are Skumdum, Local Resident Failure, G.A.S. Drummers, Twelve2Go, and DyingScene Records‘ very own Chimp Change! Of course, there are still 22 other bands also represented in this collection.

You can check out Sound of Us, Vol. II below. And if you like it, download it for free!

Sound of Us, Vol. II follows Melodic Punk Style’s first compilation, Sound of Us, Volume One, which was released on January 1st, 2013.



Chimp Change (melodic punk) stream new album “Type Zero Civilization”

Alberta, Canada’s melodic punk act Chimp Change are streaming their entire new album “Type Zero Civilization” right here.

The album was released today on none other than the mighty Dying Scene Records.

For those not yet familiar with the band, Chimp Change plays a high-octane brand of pop-infused skate punk that harkens back to vintage Strung Out, Jim Cherry era Pulley and Cock Rock-style Diesel Boy.  But don’t take my word for it.  Just listen to the album!



Chimp Change (skate punk) premiere “Cellar Door” off upcoming album

If you haven’t listened to Alberta, Canada’s melodic punk act Chimp Change yet now is the time to check them out.  Dying Scene Records (that’s us!) will be releasing their sophomore album, “Type Zero Civilization” on June 18th and to give you a taste of what’s to come you we’re premiering the tune “Cellar Door” for your listening entertainment.

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For those not yet familiar with the band, Chimp Change plays a high-octane brand of pop-infused skate punk that harkens back to vintage Strung Out, Jim Cherry era Pulley and Cock Rock-style Diesel Boy.

You can stream four more songs from “Type Zero Civilization” (“Temporary”, “No Tomorrow”, “Cynic” and “July 12″) right here and if you dig ‘em pre-order the album on the Dying Scene Record’s bandcamp.



Chimp Change (Dying Scene Records) premiere “Cynic” off upcoming album

Alberta, Canada’s melodic punk act Chimp Change will be releasing their sophomore album, “Type Zero Civilization”, with Dying Scene Records on June 18th and to get you fired up we’re premiering a brand spanking new tune from the record.  Give “Cynic” a listen right here.

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For those not yet familiar with the band, Chimp Change plays a high-octane brand of pop-infused skate punk that harkens back to vintage Strung Out, Jim Cherry era Pulley and Cock Rock-style Diesel Boy.

You can stream three more songs from “Type Zero Civilization” (“Temporary”, “No Tomorrow” and “July 12″) right here and if you dig ‘em pre-order the album on the Dying Scene Record’s bandcamp.



Dying Scene Records signs melodic punk act Chimp Change

That’s right, we decided we needed another cold hard mil in the bank so we added Alberta, Canada’s Chimp Change to the growing Dying Scene Records roster!  We’re beyond stoked to announce that the melodic punk act will be releasing their sophomore album, “Type Zero Civilization”, with us on June 18th.

For those not yet familiar with the band, Chimp Change plays a high-octane brand of pop-infused skate punk that harkens back to vintage Strung Out, Jim Cherry era Pulley and Cock Rock-style Diesel Boy. Everything about this four piece’s sound is full throttle. Dueling guitar leads and chunky power chords, rock-steady drums and thundering basslines keep the pedal pinned to the floor, providing the perfect backdrop for the dueling vocalists (think Mark and Tom of “Cheshire Cat” era Blink 182) to tell their booze-filled tales of frustration, isolation, and living like there’s no tomorrow.

(How was that for a nice publicity blurb, eh?!)

Don’t take our word for it, though.  Go stream three songs from “Type Zero Civilization” (“Temporary”, “No Tomorrow” and “July 12”) right here and if you dig ’em pre-order the album on the Dying Scene Record’s bandcamp.



Chimp Change (melodic punk) stream “Temporary” and “July 12” from upcoming album “Type Zero Civilization”

Canadian punk rockers Chimp Change are streaming two more songs from their upcoming album “Type Zero Civilization”.  You can listen to “Temporary” and “July 12” right here.

“Type Zero Civilization” is due June 18th but you can pre-order it now.



Chimp Change (skate punk) stream new song “No Tomorrow” off upcoming album

Canadian punk rockers Chimp Change are streaming a brand new song called “No Tomorrow” and you can give it a listen right here.

The song will appear on the band’s upcoming album “Type Zero Civilization”, though no details around the released have been announced.  We’ll keep you posted.



Chimp Change streaming live demo songs

Canadian punk rockers Chimp Change decided to stream some live demo songs. They said:

We decided to record a new song live at our jam space in early August… we never really liked the quality of the recording so never bothered to show anyone. Since we haven’t released anything in forever we (ozone) decided to throw it online. 

You can listen to the songs here.



Band Spotlight: Chimp Change

“The kids. They don’t want to rock. They don’t want to roll. They just want to cry.” It’s what a little band called Chimp Change from Red Deer, Canada thinks about the scene. Other thoughts about the state of the world’s affairs comes across in furious three-chord punk rock reminiscent of the days of punk gone by. There are plenty of catchy hooks, gang vocals and more whoa’s than you can poke a stick at. If you can listen to their debut “Bruises” without busting out a “whoa”or an “oh” then book yourself into the doctors because there is probably something wrong with you. Check them out here.