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Music Video: Youth Decay – “The Party’s Over”

Vancouver punk act Youth Decay (ft. members of Comeback Kid, Living With Lions, Daggermouth, and more) have premiered a music video for their song “The Party’s Over”. You can check it out below.

“The Party’s Over” is the title track from Youth Decay’s debut album, which was released today on New Damage Records.



Youth Decay streams new album, “The Party’s Over”

You may have already read our review of Youth Decay‘s debut album, The Party’s Over, and now you have a chance to stream the album in its entirety right here.

The album is due out next Friday, November 6th, on New Damage Records.



Album Review: Youth Decay – “The Party’s Over”

Youth Decay is a newly formed punk rock band from Canada, consisting of Stu Ross (Comeback Kid, ex-Living With Lions, ex-Misery Signals and Lowtalker), Benjamin Gibbs (The Grave Life), Dana Edwards (Carpenter), Loren Legare (Living With Lions) and Stu Mckillop (ex-Daggermouth, Aspirations). If you love bands like Brutal Youth and After The Fall, then this brand of melodic, aggressive punk is perfect for kicking your teeth in. There’s a raw barrage of emotion that feels like crawling out a tunnel and basking in the sun for the first time in months.

Rasping guitars and driving percussion form the basis of how Youth Decay take throaty vocals and harshly drape them on a mix of melodic punk and hardcore. “Landslide” and “Balance” are perfect examples of this. Dynamic and singalong anthems surely meant to start pit-fires, which comes as no surprise given the experience of each member in the punk community. It’s awesome how poppy they make the songs too, despite the fury of almost all tracks on tap. “Hysteria” is another example of this as the record opens with a 1-2-3 punch that’s to die for.

Then there’s the more hardcore punk aspect of things in “Slow Clap” and”Put It Off” to highlight just how versatile the band is and how much they can pull from the individual essence of each member. “Living In My Head” is a slower burn (like a more punk Restorations) to keep flipping the script on one of the most relentless listens this year. The collection of songs here never lets up and each jam feels so fleshed out and well-drawn as the title track scrapes at you with a PUP/Gaslight Anthem flavor. This is one of the most diverse and hard-hitting records I’ve heard in years. A contender for record of the year. Perfection. There’s so much to take in and it’s worth it.

5 / 5 Stars



Youth Decay (ft. members of Comeback Kid, Living With Lions, Daggermouth, and more) streaming new song “Hysteria”

Vancouver punk act Youth Decay (ft. members of Comeback Kid, Living With Lions, Daggermouth, and more) are streaming a new song titled “Hysteria,” which will be appearing on their upcoming album The Party’s Over.

You can give the track a listen below.

The Party’s Over is set to release on November 6th through New Damage Records. It will be the band’s first full-length album, serving as a follow-up to their 2014.



Youth Decay stream new song “Landslide” from upcoming album “The Party’s Over”

Vancouver punk act Youth Decay (ft. members of Comeback Kid, Living With Lions, Daggermouth, and more) are streaming a new song titled “Landslide,” which will be appearing on their upcoming album The Party’s Over.

You can give the track a listen below.

The Party’s Over is set to release on November 6th through New Damage Records. It will be the band’s first full-length album, serving as a follow-up to their 2014 debut EP Older Fatter Drunker.



Youth Decay streaming new song “Balance” off upcoming full-length album

Vancouver punk act Youth Decay have announced that their debut LP is due out in the fall through New Damage Records. They are streaming a new song “Balance” off the album below.

The band includes a number of hardcore vets including Stuart Ross (Comeback Kid, ex-Living with Lions, ex-Misery Signals, Lowtalker), Benjamin Gibbs (The Grave Life), Dana Edwards (Carpenter), Loren Legare (Living with Lions) and Stu Mckillop (ex-Daggermouth, Aspirations.)

It follows up the band’s debut EP, Older Fatter Drunker, which came out on New Damage in the fall of 2014.