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D-Cent Jerks release video for “The Still Frame”

Puerto Rican punk act D-Cent Jerks have released a music video for their song ”The Still Frame” and you can watch the video below.

“The Still Frame” is taken from D-Cent Jerks’ most recent album Self Awareness, which was released September 2014.



Music Video: D-Cent Jerks – “Contention”

Puerto Rican punk act D-Cent Jerks have premiered a music video for their song “Contention”. You can watch the video below.

“Contention” is taken from D-Cent Jerks’ most recent album Self Awareness, which was released last year.



D-Cent Jerks stream latest album “Self Awareness”

Seven-piece Puerto Rican punk outfit D-Cent Jerks have just released their latest album Self Awareness. You can stream it (and even snag a copy) below.

This release serves as a follow-up to their January 2014 EP Panic State.

As a point of reference, think of them as a more straight-up punk version of Voodoo Glow Skulls, complete with a three-piece horn section.



The Shell Corporation announce west coast tour dates with D-Cent Jerks

California punk act The Shell Corporation and Puerto Rico’s D-Cent Jerks will be embarking on a week’s worth of west coast tour dates early next month. More details on when and where you’ll be able to catch them can be found below.

The Shell Corporation released their sophomore album Mandrake in February through Paper + Plastick and Solidarity Recordings. D-Cent Jerks are planning on releasing a new record in August.



Music video: D-Cent Jerks – “Fear Ourselves Apart”

Seven-piece Puerto Rican punk outfit D-Cent Jerks have released a new video for their single “Fear Ourselves Apart.” Check it out here.

D-Cent Jerks’ last released a split with New York ska band A Guy Named Guy in 2012.



New Video: D-Cent Jerks – “Dead And Buried”

Seven-piece Puerto Rican punk outfit D-Cent Jerks have released a new video for the track “Dead And Buried.” Check it out here, courtesy of our friends at PunkVideosRock.com.

As a point of reference, think of them as a more straight-up punk version of Voodoo Glow Skulls, complete with a three-piece horn section. Good stuff.

D-Cent Jerks’ last album was their self-titled, self-released 2011 EP.