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10 Punk Songs To Jumpstart Your Week (curated by DS founder Dave Buck)

Ever wonder what the folks who run Dying Scene have been listening to lately?  We’re going to pretend you said “yes” to that question and feature a curated playlist from a different DS editor each week with the intent of exposing you to some new kickass punk bands.  This week we’re kicking things off with Dying Scene founder and head honcho Dave Buck.

Discover some great new tunes, and find out what makes him tick by streaming Dave’s personal picks below.



DS Staff Picks – Dying Scene Founder Johnny X’s Top 10 Punk Albums of 2015

Sup punk fans. I’m Dave and I founded this here website 6 or 7 years ago. Some of you might recognize me by my pen name Johnny X. I won’t waste your time telling you about the trials and tribulations of 2015 or how much the punk scene means to me. That’s not why you’re here. You’re here because you’re curious what an a-hole like me might have selected for his Top 10 Releases of 2015. You want to know if any of my selections overlap with your own or if you’ll discover an unknown gem or two. Well, find my list below, and I encourage you to stream tracks as you go.



Free Skate Punk Comp: “Apologies Not Accepted” (Rebuke, Break Anchor, etc)

Brazilian webzine We Live in Hell have released another killer compilation album titled “Apologies Not Accepted” and it features a grip of great international melodic and skate punk acts.

All in all there are 30 bands from 14 countries and its a fantastic way to make at least a few great new band discoveries.  Give it a listen below and if you dig it you can download it on bandamp for free.



The 25 Best Punk Albums of 2015 (So Far)

Believe it or not, 2015 is already half over. There’s a lot to look forward to in the coming months with Frank Turner, Spraynard, and more all gearing up to put out new albums, but we at Dying Scene decided to get introspective for a moment and take a look at some of our favorite albums that were released in the last six months.

Anything released between January 1, 2015 and June 30, 2015 was up for consideration, and after several long nights of endless yelling and countless insults (okay… it was really just one long email chain), we were able to narrow it down to 25 releases. Organized by release date, you can find our collective choices for the best punk albums of 2015 so far below.



10 Punk Songs That Will Make Your Week (curated by DS founder Dave Buck)

Ever wonder what the folks who run Dying Scene have been listening to lately? We’re going to pretend you said “yes” to that question and feature a curated playlist from a different DS editor each week with the intent of exposing you to some new (sometimes old) kickass punk bands. This week we’re featuring a list hand picked by Dying Scene founder and head honcho Dave Buck.

Discover some great new tunes, and find out what makes him tick by streaming Dave’s personal picks below.



Stabbed In Back (Dying Scene Records) streams new album “Dasvidaniya”

The day is finally here!  New Mexico punk act Stabbed In Back have released their highly anticipated new full-length “Dasvidaniya” and you can stream it in all its speedy, angst filled glory below.

Fast, aggressive, and melodic, this album is a must listen for any fans of 90s influenced punk rock.  Dasvidaniya was officially released today (March 31st) via Dying Scene Records and you can purchase it right here.



Stabbed In Back (Dying Scene Records) stream “Missing Pieces” off upcoming album “Dasvidaniya”

In less than one week New Mexico punk act Stabbed In Back will be releasing their long awaited and highly anticipated debut full-length “Dasvidaniya” on our very own Dying Scene Records.  To pump you guys up for the release we’re premiering “Missing Pieces”, a new song from the album, with the fine folks at ForTheLoveOfPunk.  This 2 minute chunk of blisteringly fast punk rock intensity just might be my favorite tune on the release.  Crank up the volume, give it a listen, and let me know what you think in the comments.

Dasvidaniya will be officially released on March 31st.  You can pre-orders the album and listen to three additional tunes (“Dead Inside”, “Dasvidaniya”, and “More Songs About Drinking And Blood”) right here.



Stabbed In Back (Dying Scene Records) premiere “Dead Inside” off upcoming album “Dasvidaniya”

Today New Mexico punk act Stabbed In Back are premiering a brand new tune off their highly anticipated debut full-length Dasvidaniya. The track is titled “Dead Inside” and you can give it a listen right now over at Exclaim!

Here’s what they had to say about the song:

“The band have been playing together since 2004, and more than a decade later, they’re ready to reveal 24-minute-long record of fast, furious punk rock. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that “Dead Inside” clocks in at under three minutes, but the track proves that quantity isn’t more important than quality.

Despite the short timespan, Stabbed in Back manage to deliver breakneck drums, loud guitars and vocals that run the gamut from melodic to menacing on “Dead Inside.” The lyrical content is bit grim, with a repeated refrain of “Living is easy when you’re dead inside,” but it’s a feisty, fistpump-friendly beast of a song, nonetheless.”

Dasvidaniya is slated for release on March 31st via the worthless hacks at Dying Scene Records. Pre-orders for the album are currently available here where you can also stream two more tracks from the record (“Dasvidaniya” and “More Songs About Drinking And Blood”).



Stabbed In Back stream epic punk anthem “More Songs About Drinking And Blood” off upcoming album

Stop what you’re doing, jack in your earphones, and blast this track because I promise you one thing; “More Songs About Drinking And Blood” will be the best punk rock anthem you’ve heard this month.  Guaranteed.

The track will appear on Stabbed In Back‘s debut full-length album “Dasvidaniya”, slated for release on March 31st via the ridiculously good looking folks at Dying Scene Records.

Want more?  You can stream one more track and digitally pre-order the album now on bandcamp.



Stabbed In Back to release debut full-length “Dasvidaniya” on Dying Scene Records, stream title track

I’m not exaggerating when I say I’ve been waiting a YEAR to put this album out.  Today I am unbelievably stoked to announce that on March 31st Dying Scene Records will be releasing “Dasvidaniya”, the long awaited debut full-length from Albuquerque, New Mexico punk act Stabbed In Back.

Heavy and melodic with a touch of hard rock swagger, the release features twenty-four minutes of fist pumping punk rock anthems that are as aggressive as they are soulful. But don’t take my word for it, stream the album’s title track below and see for yourself.

Digital pre-orders are available now on the Dying Scene Records bandcamp.

“Dasvidaniya” Track Listing:

01. Why Don’t You Dance Anymore
02. Ivy League
03. Dead Inside
04. Mrdrhmmr
05. Steady As She Goes
06. Parasighting
07. Missing Pieces
08. White People Problems
09. Mortal Vessels
10. Dasvidaniya
11. More Songs About Drinking And Blood



Stabbed In Back stream split EP with Payoff

New Mexico melodic hardcore outfit Stabbed In Back are streaming their new split EP with Los Angeles based pop punkers Payoff. Check out the songs below.

The split 7″ EP was released earlier this month through Rad Girlfriend Records. Purchase it here.



Stabbed In Back streaming upcoming split with Burn Burn Burn

New Mexico melodic hardcore outfit Stabbed In Back are streaming their upcoming split with Seattle punks Burn Burn Burn in its entirety.

You can give it a listen below.

The split is due out in mid June through La Escalara Records.



Music Video: Stabbed In Back – “Memorial Day”

New Mexico melodic hardcore outfit Stabbed In Back have released a new music video for their song “Memorial Day” and you can watch it below.

Stabbed In Back recently finished recording a new full-length album to serve as a follow-up to their 2013 7-inch entitled Wait For Light, which was released through Say-10 Records. We’ll keep you posted as more details on that come to light.



The Lillingtons announce Mikey Erg as support for shows in NYC & Boston

Recently reunited Wyoming pop-punk veterans The Lillingtons have just announced Mikey Erg will be opening for them at their upcoming shows in New York City and Boston! Also providing support will be drummer Tim O’Hara’s band Stabbed In Back.

You can find details on all of the band’s upcoming shows below.

The Lillingtons recently re-released their 1996 album “Shit Out Of Luck” digitally through Red Scare Industries and put out a limited edition boxed set chronicling their full discography via Clearview Records.



Stabbed In Back announce major lineup change

The guys in New Mexico melodic hardcore band Stabbed In Back have announced they will parting ways with their bassist on good terms, and that their current guitarist will be moving over to bass and former EZ Ian (formerly of Koffin Kats) will be joining the band on 6-string:

“So it’s about time we share some exciting news with you. We recently had some line-up changes as our bass player Yuri has left SIB to pursue other interests, and we wish him the very best in his future endeavors. Seve has moved to playing bass and Ian Jarrell (formerly of The Koffin Kats) has joined SIB on guitar. Ian’s first show is March 12th in Albuquerque, at Gasworks with Iron Chic.”

Stabbed In Back recently finished recording a new full-length album to serve as a follow-up to their 2013 7-inch entitled Wait For Light, which was released through Say-10 Records. We’ll keep you posted as more details on that come to light.