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Mean Motor Scooter (FFO: Night Birds, Riverboat Gamblers) release music video for “Gutterboy Blues”

Fort Worth TX garage punk band, Mean Motor Scooter has released a shaky, twangy, paranoid, reverb-tinged and vertigo-inducing music video for the song “Gutterboy Blues” out on Dreamy Life Records, directed by Ian McKenyon of Coffee Pot Films, and produced by Anthony Milton. You can stream that video below.



Rum Bar Records stream Winter 2019 sampler

Rum Bar Records are streaming their Winter 2019 sampler.  The compilation includes bands such as The Peawees, Muck and the Mires, Duck & CoverThe Cheap CassettesThe Right HereJustine and the Unclean, and many more.  You can give the whole thing a listen below.



Radkey (Punk, PO) stream new song “P.A.W.” online

Radkey are streaming a new song, “P.A.W.”, online. The song is taken from the band’s ‘waterfall’ release “No Strange Cats”, which is building up over time. Check out the track by heading to Kerrang!.



Killer Hearts (ffo: Electric Frankenstein, The Hellacoptors) stream music video for “Killed by Volume”

Texas punk and roll band, Killer Hearts have just released a rawkin’ new video for their track “Killed by Volume” off their self-titled EP. They’ve got trouble streaming for free and we are bringing it at you below. Check it out!



Radkey (Punk) stream new single “Spiders”

Missouri-based punk three-piece Radkey are allowing fans to stream their latest single “Spiders”.

You can give it a listen here.

Radkey have released multiple singles since their last full length, which was 2016’s Delicious Rock Noise.



The Exploding Hearts Documentary Trailer Released

Venerable Portland, OR garage-punk act The Exploding Hearts, who tragically lost three of it’s four members in a van accident a mere four months after their breakthrough album Guitar Romantic was released in 2003, are the subject of a new documentary that is set to be released later this year.

The filmmakers have released the first trailer, which you can check out below.

If you want to stay up to date with the film, you can check out their website here.



Van Dammes (garage punk) release video for “Risky Business”

Helsinki, Finland’s garage punk exports Van Dammes have released a video for “Risky Business”. The song is the title-track from their new, six song EP, out next month via German label Rockstar Records.

Have a watch below. EP pre-orders are up now.



Dirty Junk (Riot girl grunge punk) premiere music video for title-track, “On Yr Knees” off upcoming album, sign to Don’t Panic

Dirty Junk is a noise rock/grunge punk band out of Minneapolis that has just signed with Don’t Panic Records and Distro. They are releasing their first EP on the label, titled On Yr Knees, this coming January. It is the follow-up to their debut album, Snot, which was self-released earlier this year.

The new album is expected to show off the bands progression, albeit through chaotic walls of sound and noise-ification. It’s riot girl music, leaning on raw emotional response through personal trials and political turmoil. The label is releasing a limited, 100-cassette run of the new album on purple translucent tape on January 19, 2019. Pre-orders are available here.

Dirty Junk has released a new music video for the EP’s title-track and first single, “On Yr Knees”, depicting a young woman’s revenge fantasy of getting even, and finally taking out her frustrations and torments on her abuser… Sadly, no actual abusers were hurt in the making of this video. Stream “On Yr Knees” below



DS Photo Gallery: The Radiator Rattlers Rock Nashua’s Holiday Stroll

It’s not often that Dying Scene covers performances at local Christmas season outdoor holiday strolls. In fact, I’m pretty sure this is the only time we’ve done it. However, it’s also not often that a band as cool as The Radiator Rattlers plays a local Christmas season outdoor holiday stroll, so this past weekend, we packed up our camera bag, headed to our old hometown, and took in a pretty awesome performance to finish out the family-friendly annual event.

As you may recall from our recent sit-down with guitarist and co-frontman Frankie Piessens, The Rattlers hail from a half-hour down the road in Haverhill, Massachusetts. However, the octet’s (Piessens, Kenny Turner on washboard and vocals, Matt Pepp on banjo and vocals, Travis Boucher on mandolin and vocals, Carla Pierce on acoustic guitar, Luke Williams on Drums and Jimbo Ritchie on bass) swashbuckling pedal steel player Jonee Earthquake has been a fixture in the New Hampshire punk rock community for…well, for as long as I’ve been alive, and I’ll be forty on my next birthday. Earlier in the week, they announced a pretty huge milestone in their career that spans about a half-dozen years; they’ll be playing the big stage at next May’s Punk Rock Bowling in Las Vegas! And while you wouldn’t think of “family friendly downtown holiday stroll in southern New Hampshire” as perhaps the punk rockingest of venues, the set up was very much guerrilla-style and DIY: the street was blocked to through traffic by off-duty DPW heavy equipment, and the band performed on the in between snowbanks on a sidewalk – no stage in sight – outside a dive bar in the sub-40 degree temperatures. That’s pretty punk rock if you ask us.

Check out the rest of our full photo gallery below.

 



Crazy & The Brains stream their cover of “People Who Died” ahead of new LP

New Jersey punks Crazy And The Brains are streaming their cover of The Jim Carroll Band‘s “People Who Died”, the closing track from their upcoming album “In The Ugly”, which is out on November 23rd. Pre-orders are up now via the band’s Bandcamp

You can have a listen to the track over at Brooklyn Vegan now.



Capital Youth stream new song “City Drip”

After ‘Holiday In The Sun’ released in August via NewNoise Magazine, here is a second song from Capital Youth! These guys are now streaming “City Drip” which is coming off of their Single Series and is available from Roosevelt Records.

Check it out below!



Milk Crimes (Indie Punk, UK) Stream Latest EP “II”

Leeds-based indie rockers Milk Crimes are allowing fans to stream their entire new EP. The effort is simply titled II and features four tracks of feel good alt rock.

II is the first new music from Milk Crimes since their 2017 single “I’ll be back soon.”

You can check out II in full below.



Glass Slipper premiere self-titled debut album

The most likely question asked by Brooklyn four-piece garage rockers Glass Slipper when they finished recording their debut self-titled album was “is it nasty enough?”, and the answer is yes. The current lineup consisting of Dave Harris on guitar and vocals, Kuba Pieczarski on guitar, Myles Peterson on bass, and Greg Hanson on drums have been working together since 2016 but Glass Slipper is their first record.

The heavily distorted and lightly demented quartet recorded at Time Castle Studios in their home borough of Brooklyn and are dropping the record on the BK’s very own King Pizza Records. Follow this link to pre-order the cassette and stream the album below.



The Cryptkeeper Five (punk) sign to Say-10 Records, release new video

New Jersy punk act The Cryptkeeper Five have announced their signing with Say-10 Records.  The label will be re-releasing the bands’ last album The Stronghold on vinyl with a bonus cover of Arcade Fire’s “Wake Up.”

To celebrate the announcement, the band has also released a video for their song “1000 Keys.”  You can check that out below along with the bands’ upcoming tour dates.

The Cryptkeeper Five originally released The Stronghold in 2016.



King Pizza (garage punk) releases “Music to Make Nightmares By” Halloween Compilation

King Pizza has released another collection of songs in the latest edition of the Music To Make Something By series: Music To Make Nightmares By. It’s a doozie of spooky, scary singalongs by your favorite artists including The Royal They, Sun Voyager, The Mad Doctors, The Rizzos, Coach N Commando, and many, many, many, more. This compilation includes a total of 26 songs and it’s only $6.66 on Bandcamp. And you can feel good about it because all proceeds go to the National Alliance on Mental Illness! Check the whole thing out below.