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Episode 52 | Dying Scene Radio – Feat. The Rotten Blue Menace

This week on Dying Scene RadioBobby Pickles is joined by a crew of misfits spanning the continental United States: AnarchoPunk (from his lair somewhere in Los Angeles County), Chris Fox (from his comfortable bed in Reno, Nevada), Elena Venetia and former NYHC tattooist, Baz (from Baz’s NYC tattoo shop, Clash City Tattoo), and finally, Piazza “the punching bag” (from a chair nestled adjacent to Bobby at FAT ENZO T-Shirts).

BAND SPOTLIGHT: AnarchoPunk interviews Denver skacore act The Rotten Blue Menace from his “shit-mobile” in the parking lot of The Britisher in Lancaster, CA on Aug. 5th 2016.

Plus, new music world premier by Entropy NY, and asinine commentary by Sunny on the Causeway.

Entropy NY – Game Over Man, Game Over
METALLICA – Hardwired
Distral – Narrow Nation
Serpentine Dominion – The Vengeance in Me
Suicidal Tendencies – Clap Like Ozzy
Green Day – Bang Bang
Adversity – Living Now
Burn It Up – Affluenza
The Menzingers – Lookers
Sunny on the Causeway – You’re My Number One (Lindsay Lohan)
Atterkop – Picket Fence
Bad Words – Darkness
Another Astronaut – Relapse
AnarchoPunk Interview w/ The Rotten Blue Menace 
The Rotten Blue Menace – Pussy on the Chainwax
Campaign – Back In The Hole
Jimmy Eat World – Get Right
Turbulent Hearts – Crazy Girl
Kamikaze Girls – Ladyfuzz
The Painted Dogs – Vibrator
Neverlearn – Start Tomorrow
Two Houses – My Back is Broken
Against Me! – Crash
Direct Hit! – Promised Land

Hear all the incessant blathering, latest headlines and music BELOW!

DS Photo Gallery and Show Review: Slurred Speech; Rotten Blue Menace; Beer Run – The Britisher, Lancaster, CA (8/5/2016)

Rotten Blue Menace

Seated in the heart of the Antelope Valley about 50 miles north of Los Angeles, is the sleepy, high desert town of Lancaster, California. It’s not known for much these days although there used to be a nice little scene up there years ago. That’s why I was surprised when I heard that Denver skacore act, The Rotten Blue Menace had booked a show up there at The Britisher as part of their Summer Tour. With the draw of the big city only an hour away, it’s good to see smaller, satellite areas getting some attention. Perhaps it’s a sign of a rejuvenation of the SoCal scene or maybe it is just an attempt. Regardless of the reasoning, there was no way I was missing this show which also featured some damn fine local talent in the form of skate punk threesome Slurred Speech (who have recently returned from over a decade long hiatus) and fledgling garage punk trio, Beer Run. So I laced up my shit kickers and headed north on the 14 to smash some skulls. Check out the full review and photo gallery below.

The Rotten Blue Menace announce west coast tour dates

Denver-based punk band The Rotten Blue Menace have announced some west coast tour dates coming up in a couple weeks.

Check out all the dates and locations below.

The Rotten Blue Menace last released The Great Split with The CG’s on February 26th.

Album Review: The Rotten Blue Menace – “The Great Split”

I first learned about burgeoning skacore act The Rotten Blue Menace when researching bands for our monthly Hidden Gems article. After listening to a few tracks from their last EP Hail Sayetan I knew they would be a perfect fit for the list so, we featured them back in December. Since then, they’ve become a regular on my personal playlists. It’s not that the songwriting was groundbreaking or that the music was flawlessly executed with a German engineering like precision. It was a less tangible attraction than that. I’m a believer that “punk” is an attitude more so than just a musical genre. I identify more with that trenchant, indignant attitude that has become synonymous with the scene and if it’s one thing this frenzied fivesome has plenty of, it’s that acrimonious, “Fuck You” punk demeanor. When I heard that these delinquents from Denver had contributed six new songs to The Great Split, a split album (obviously) with Nevada hardcore outfit Couch Gorilla Squad, I knew it would have to be added to my collection. The split was available separately so I only got the half featuring TRBM, but it delivers on all fronts and shows a great deal of progression from their previous albums. If you’re a fan of the genre, this up and coming act needs to be on your radar. Check out the full review and stream the EP from these skacore phenoms below!

The Rotten Blue Menace streaming split EP with The CG’s

Denver-based punk band The Rotten Blue Menace is streaming six songs from their recent split release with Las Vegas-based The CG’s.

The collaborative work is entitled “The Great Split featuring The CG’s and The Rotten Blue Menace” and was released February 26th.

You can listen to both band’s contributions below.

The Rotten Blue Menace are gearing up to release their debut studio full-length which will be released later this year.