“The Anomie” features of the band’s recently-released album Hybrid War. The record is reportedly inspired by the rolling coup in Brazil and the rise of neofascism in the nation. It’s a blinder of a release!
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Monday, September 30, 2019 at 9:06 AM (PST) by rick delaney
Monday, March 4, 2019 at 8:54 AM (PST) by rick delaney
Progressive hardcore act Malvina have just announced that they will release their latest album Hybrid War on April 26.
Making the release possible around the world are the following record labels: Electric Funeral Records, Brazil; Ghost Factory Records & Arts, Italy; Geenger Records, Croatia; Money Fire Records, USA; Punk & Disorderly Records, Canada; Morning Wood Records, Netherlands; 5FeetUnder Records, Denmark; Razor Records, Argentina; Audioslam, Chile; Mud Cake Records, Germany; and Bomber Music, UK.
Those who can’t wait until the end of next month to check out Hybrid War are in luck. The band has been good enough to stream the title track from the effort. You can check it out below.
According to Malvina, Hybrid War is inspired by the rolling coup in Brazil and the rise of neofascism in the band’s home nation.
Brazilian progressive punk act Malvina have released a new single called “Scenario,” about all of the shady dealings going on and impacting Brazilian locals in order for the Olympics to take place in Rio this year.
You can check it out below.
Malvina last released the EP Nankeen in 2014,
Monday, January 11, 2016 at 10:54 PM (PST) by Bobby Pickles
This week on Dying Scene Radio, Bobby Pickles welcomes Chris Fox (Vampirates, Boss’ Daughter, and four other bands) “in-studio” (straight from Reno, NV via the interwebs) to guest co-host the show. Recorded on Saturday, January 9th 2016, one day prior to post-punk provocateur David Bowie losing his 18-month battle with cancer, this week’s episode should remind us why it’s so important to do what we love. This may be a punk rock podcast, but Bowie paved the way for punks like Laura Jane Grace, only, Bowie’s androgynous, don’t-give-a-fuck persona was propelled in a time when Bruce Gender wasn’t Glamour Magazine’s “Woman of Year”. Another one bites the Stardust. Our thoughts and prayers are also with Long Island musician Rob McCallister, best known as the guitarist for Iron Chic. He passed away on January 10th, as well, from undisclosed causes. He leaves behind a daughter. News of his untimely demise will most probably be overshadowed by the news of Bowie’s. Now, I’m gonna do what I love – I’m gonna podcast. And, in the words of GG – “LIVE FAST DIE!”
R.I.P. David Bowie and Rob McAllister
Hear all the incessant blathering and latest new music and headlines, below.
THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST
Vampirates – Holding on to Thought
Shocktroopers – Punk Rock Body
The Dirty Nil – Provisional (Fugazi Cover)
Tartar Control – A Whole New World
Adrift – Adeus
Malvina – Nankeen
Sarchasm – Mt. Rainier
Resolutions – Machine
Western Settings – Kicking And Screaming (Live)
Western Daughter – My Room is a Mess
Irish Handcuffs – Grindstone
World Be Free – Shake the Ghost
Mutiny Abroad – The Devil Is A Lonely Guy Named Stan
Wisdom In Chains – Violent Americans
Judiciary – Justice Decays
Still Alive – Ransom Note
The Cult – Hinterland
The Thermals – Hey You
Todd Beene – Keeping It On
David Bowie – Lazarus
Boss’ Daughter – Something About Nothing