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Sum 41 share video for new single ‘Never There’

Sum 41 have released another single from their upcoming seventh studio album, Order In Decline, out July 19 via Hopeless Records. The video for the new song has the theme of a broken home. The song is a slower, more stripped back affair compared to the other two heavier singles released so far.

Check out the video below.



Reunions stream new song “In Blackout Rooms”

San Francisco melodic punks, Reunions are streaming their new song. “In Blackout Rooms.” which comes from their upcoming debut full-length album Winter Heart, Summer Skin.

You can give the song a listen here.

Winter Heart, Summer Skin is set to be released on June 21st.  The band last released the EP Aching Waits in January 2018.



The Lucky Eejits stream new song “Champion”

Oakland’s The Lucky Eejits are streaming another new song of their upcoming album, Out Of Time, which is set to be released on July 12th via Wiretap and Bypolar.

You can listen to “Champion” below.

The Lucky Eejits last released Do It Again in September 2016.



Off With Their Heads announce new album, stream new video

Off With Their Heads have announced their new album, Be Good, which is set to be released on August 16th via Epitaph Records.

To give you an idea of what to expect from the new album, the band has released a video for the first single, “Disappear,” featuring the wonderful Kyle Kinane.  You can check it out below.

Off With Their Heads last released Home in 2013 via Epitaph.



DS Interview: John Maiello (Dead Bars) Talks ‘Regulars,’ playing with the Souls, and life after ‘Dream Gig’

“Keep on dreamin’.”

For myself and many others, the chorus has become a warcry. The punky, rock ‘n roll stalwarts have a way of getting you on their side—whether it’s through their blunt, too-real lyricism, or their bar-uniting singalongs, there’s the palpable feeling that no matter who you are, you belong at their show. This is Dead Bars—eternally scrappy, open-throated, and always rockin’—and with Regulars, they’ve kept the dream alive. 

In honor of the new album (May 3rd on A-F Records, don’t sleep on it!), I had the pleasure of exchanging emails with frontman John Maiello. We talk about the band’s journey thus far, finally getting that dream gig, and their incredible new record. 

Check out the interview below!



Good Riddance Stream Second Single “Our Great Divide” From Forthcoming Album “Thoughts and Prayers”

Legendary punk rock force Good Riddance have released a second single from their forthcoming album Thoughts and Prayers. 

The track is called “Our Great Divide” and you can enjoy it below.

Band vocalist, Russ Rankin, had the following to say about the single:

“This is a comment about the divisive, polarized impasse humanity finds itself at, as we face incalculable challenges to our planet, and our future.” 

Thoughts and Prayers is the ninth studio album by Good Riddance and the first since the 2015 effort Peace in Our Time. It will be available on the band’s long-serving record label, Fat Wreck Chords.

 



Rat Boy announce first North American tour

In support of his fresh album “Internationally Unknown,” Rat Boy (Essex, UK) has just announced his first ever headlining tour of North America. The album was published earlier this year off of Hellcat Records.

This is their debut album, and tour of the US.

Check out the dates below!



New EP from Thrice streaming now – “Palms – Deeper Wells”

The latest EP from California’s Thrice was released June 14, 2019 and features four new songs to tide fans over until the band’s next album.

The band is currently touring the US with Bring Me The Horizon – you’ll find the tour dates and links to purchase tickets here.

You can listen to all four songs below.



New single from The Menzingers, “No Penance” b/w ” Cemetery’s Garden” streaming now

Scranton, Pennsylvania’s favorite sons The Menzingers have released a new single, which features two songs – “No Penance” and “Cemetery’s Garden”. Released June 14th on Epitaph, it’s a little treat from a beloved band.

Check out the two new songs below.



DS Exclusive: Russian Girlfriends stream new single, “Pride Parade”

Albuquerque hardcore punk band, Russian Girlfriends have a new album on the way, In The Parlance of Our Times. That album can be expected to hit shelves on June 21 courtesy of A-F Records. This is Russian Girlfriends first release on A-F Records, and their first full-length since their self-released All Around debut (later repressed on Orange Whip and Gunner Records) which came out in 2015. Pre-orders for In The Parlance can be found here, and to celebrate they are rolling out gold and silver vinyl pressings in limited quantities for the first lucky custos, almost like a “new year new me” kind of thing… in the middle of summer.

Here’s an energy-laden teaser off that album for fans of Pears, Propagandhi, and a little bit of that old thyme rock and roll. The guitars get after it while lead singer Adam Hooks spreads a little positivity, “Love is love, man, let it grow,” this song is called “Pride Parade” and it’s coming at you first on the Dying Scene airwaves. Stream that track below. The record release show will take place in Albuquerque at Launchpad. So check THAT out if you’re in the area, and be sure and catch these homies at Fest this year in Gainesville, FL.



Dying Scene Radio – Episode 16

Hey there, kiddos! The boys over at Dying Scene Radio have put together another fine episode of our official podcast and we think you should listen to it…even if there is no interview this episode…..slackers! Not to worry though, dear listeners, to make up for their lack of production the lads are gonna be spinnin’ some extra tunes from new and emerging artists that you were probably too lazy to discover! They’re also going to give their shitty opinions of the most noteworthy scene news from the last few weeks that you were probably too lazy to read, so there’s that, too… All of that and more in Episode 16 of Dying Scene Radio! Check it all out, below!



Sum 41 release new single ‘Death In The Family’

Canadians Sum 41 have released another single ahead of their seventh studio album, Order In Decline, out July 19 via Hopeless Records. The video for the new song ‘Death In The Family’ sees the band switching between 1969 and 2019 in a concept video. The song is in a heavier style much like the previously released single ‘Out For Blood’. The new album, in fact, is believed to be their heaviest so far. Sum 41 last put out an album in 2016, 13 Voices, also via Hopeless.

Check out the video for ‘Death In The Family’ below. If you are interested in further details about the new album, there is also a recent interview below with Gunz Show for Alternative Press where lead singer Deryck Whibley goes into it.



Trashed Ambulance release new EP ‘Shorthanded’

Trashed Ambulance, a punk band from Alberta, Canada, have released their new EP, entitled ‘Shorthanded’. The band is newly signed to Thousand Islands Records and you can pick it up via their bandcamp. The last studio album from Trash Ambulance was ‘Blurry Thoughts’ in 2016.

You can stream the entire new EP below.



Good Riddance release ‘Our Great Divide’ ahead of new album

Good Riddance have released another single from their upcoming album, Thoughts and Prayers. The album was produced by longtime collaborators Bill Stevenson (Descendents, Black Flag) and Jason Livermore and is out July 19th via Fat Wreck Chords.

The band have also announced some European tour dates and one in Canada, these can be found below along with the new single.



Russian Girlfriends stream new song “The Day We Put The Dog Down”

Albuquerque, New Mexico punks Russian Girlfriends are streaming their new song “The Day We Put The Dog Down,” which comes from their upcoming album In The Parlance Of Our Times, that is set to be released on June 21st via A-F Records.

You can give it a listen below.

Russian Girlfriends last released a split with Redbush in September 2018.