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The Peawees Release Video for “Walking Through My Hell”

Italian soul-punk rock’n’rollers The Peawees have announced that they will be releasing a new album, “Moving Target”, this fall via Wild Honey Records/Rum Bar Records. 

If you’re into eclectic Elvis Presley inspired garage-rock with a vintage vibe, you’ll want to check out the video below for the album’s first single, “Walking Through My Hell.”

This will be The Peawees’ first album since the release of Leave It Behind, released via Wild Honey Records in 2011.



Introducing Punk N Roll Act: The Peawees (FFO Elvis Presley + Punk)

I was a total music nerd when I was a kid. I listened to absolutely nothing except golden oldies and Weird Al until I was in high school. I stumbled onto punk rock when I was 15 and considered myself musically “cool” but now that I think about it, starting a punk music blog is pretty much the pinnacle of fanboy geekdom – so, still a music nerd it seems. But I digress. I was telling you about golden oldies. I never lost my love for the rock ‘n roll of the 60s, which is why Italy’s The Peawees are striking such a chord with me. These guys channel the greats like Elvis, Chuck Berry or Buddy Holly but do it with decidedly punk rock rock flare. They’re not “new”, they’ve been kicking around the punk scene since 1995 but they’re new to Dying Scene and on September 14th they’re dropping their new album “Moving Target” via Rum Bar Records. Put your dancing shoes on and give a couple of the tunes a listen here.



Candy Ambulance (ffo: The Breeders) debut video for “Spray”

STOP THE PRESS!! … O.k., here we go again… NYC grunge-punk trio Candy Ambulance has a steamy new video streaming for the hit title-track off their new EP “Spray”. That’s steamy as in clean, you jock!  Although, this one is designed with the idea of making all of you Dying Scene viewers itch a little.

In their own words, “We wanted to remind the slackers lying on the couch, masturbating to infomercials that they aren’t weird.” Well, hey! That’s you, fella! So take a load off and enjoy (like, seriously, in a non-creepy way) this sexy, sweaty, smokey, stress-y, rubber dish-glove wearing, vinyl spinning ode to great 90’s grunge-punk.

The quirky video for “Spray” was produced by Chromoscope Pictures highlighting  “the lyric’s reflection of raw and unbridled mania and boredom” in a perceptible homage to 90’s cinematography and is available for streaming on the boob-tube along with the band’s upcoming tour dates below. Cheers!



Quarter Tank (Crossover, Canada) Stream Latest Album “Igniter”

Quarter Tank draw on a large range of influences from across numerous hard ‘n’ heavy genres to craft their sound. Throughout their latest release there are strong hints of heavy metal, punk rock, and hard rock. It’s titled Igniter and you can stream it below.

The previous release from Quarter Tank was their 2015 effort We Brought The Fire.



DS Exclusive: Lone Wolf stream “Lone Wolf” LP

Today, on the Dying Scene docket, a debut smasher from Dutch indie punks Lone Wolf.

We hope you like dancing, because these garage rockers will help give your ‘favorite pair of romping boots’ a new meaning. Invoking the charming lyricism of Merel Shaap and 70’s-era style riffage with a party-punk feel, Lone Wolf LP brings us back to the indie/garage rock scene of the early 2000’s. This self-titled inaugural release from the Rotterdam natives is being brought to us by Bearded Punk Records and Stardumb Records on September 8, 2018, and Dying Scene is happy as a clam in a conch shell to have the exclusive-stream for all you undead scensters a few daze early. Pre-orders are available NOW for both CD and LP pressings with a white and blue marble version from The Machine Shop in the U.S.A., and a white and pink variant courtesy of Bearded Punk Records. (Visit these locations for your appropriate merch fix: Stardumb, Bearded Punk, The Machine Shop)

Lone Wolf has quite a few shows coming up in the Netherlands, Belgium, and Germany so be sure and check them out if they make their way to your hometown. Stream Lone Wolf below and don’t forget to “get-get along, if you wanna… Do you wanna?”



New Music: Dan Webb and the Spiders to release new compilation, “Now It Can Be Told – Volume Two”

One of my personal favorite local bands, Dan Webb and the Spiders, is releasing a new compilation this week!

It’s entitled Now It Can Be Told – Volume Two, and is an obvious follow-up to their similarly-named 2014 compilation. This particular release features seventeen tracks — eight previously unreleased — all recorded between 2015 and 2017 by what was the band’s tightest lineup to date (Webb on vocals and guitar, Chris Amaral on guitar, Stephen Benson on drums and Sean McAllister on bass). The release is due out tomorrow (September 4th) on Gunner Records USA, and you can pre-order yours right here.

While you’re at it, check out the band’s video for the Now It Can Be Told – Volume Two track “Klausi” below!



Capital Youth (Indie Punk, Switzerland) Stream Single “Holiday in the Sun”

The Swiss indie rockers of Capital Youth have just put out a track titled “Holiday in the Sun” as a single. Better still, they’re allowing you good folk to stream it for free. Roosevelt Records will be handling the release’s administrative needs for the band.

The tune is the latest from the band since their 2017 debut EP, Lemonade.

You can listen to “Holiday in the Sun” below.



Duck & Cover (pop-punk) streaming new album “Rob Them Blind”

Massachusetts pop-punks Duck & Cover are streaming their new album Rob Them Blind. The album features eight catchy tunes, Dead To Rights was my favorite track on the new album. The heavy guitar riffs combined with the Weezeresque delivery of the vocals make for a very 90’s pop-punk sound.

Check out the new album below.

This is the first new music from Duck & Cover since the 2016 release of Stuck In Decline. If you’re a fan of Screeching Weasel or The Riptides you will enjoy these guys.



New Music: The Radiator Rattlers debut video for title track from upcoming album, “Hold On”

Happy Sunday, boys and girls!

Jonesing for some new music to round out your weekend? We’ve got something pretty cool for you, especially if you dig your rock-and-roll with generous helpings of hot rods, washboards, and a lap steel-wielding pirate! While you were sleeping last night, Haverhill, Massachusetts-based cow-punks The Radiator Rattlers dropped a brand new video for all the world to see. It’s for the title track to their upcoming full-length, Hold On, and you can feast your eyes on it below!

Hold On is due out September 28th on Spiral Records. It’ll be available in CD, vinyl, and digital formats, so stay tuned for pre-order information. It marks the band’s first full-length since their self-titled debut, which hit the streets back in 2015.



The Mellowdicks (Garage Punk, Mexico) Stream Single “Well Intended, Useless Member”

Mexican garage punks The Mellowdicks have just released their latest single. It’s called “Well Intended, Useless Member” and is sure to excite those who love thrashy, punk ‘n’ roll kind of stuff with a hardcore edge. The Mellowdicks have also been kind enough to let you lot stream it for free! You can check it out below.

The previous release from The Mellowdicks was their 2016 EP Better Outside. 



New Music: Beach Goons (San Diego garage punk) stream “Hunny Bunnies” from upcoming album, hoodratscumbags

Happy Monday, boys and girls!

If you’re not familiar with Beach Goons, now might be a good time to start paying attention. Centered around frontman Pablo Cervantez, the band are a garage punk/surf bunk hybrid from Logan Heights, the epicenter of Mexican and Chicano culture in San Diego.

Beach Goons’ new album, hoodratscumbags, is due out August 24th on GRNDVW Records. To whet your appetite, they’ve premiered the new track “Hunny Bunnies.” Check it out below!

Like what you hear? Pre-order hoodratscumbags in physical or digital formats today!



The Cheap Cassettes stream new song “Kiss The Ass Of My Heart”

Seattle garage punks The Cheap Cassettes are streaming their new song “Kiss The Ass Of My Heart,” which is the title track from their upcoming EP that is set to be released on July 13th via Rum Bar Records and Cassettes On Records.

You can give it a listen below.

The Cheap Cassettes last released Hieroglyphics In Lipstick​/​Worse N’ Better in 2017, also through Rum Bar Records and Cassettes On Records.



Proud Parents (Garage Punk) stream new songs “Hypnotoad” and “Flavordust”

Wisconsin garage punks Proud Parents are streaming two songs from their upcoming self-titled album that is set to be released on June 22nd via Dirtnap Records.

Check out “Hypnotoad” and “Flavordust” below.

Proud Parents last released Sharon Is Karen in December 2015.



The Heck (Garage Punk, Holland) Stream EP “For Cryin’ Out Loud/Panic Attack”

Dutch garage punk three-piece The Heck are allowing fans to stream their latest material. The EP features just two tracks and is named after each.

You can listen to For Cryin’ Out Loud/ Panic Attack below. It’s the first new music from the band since their 2017 effort Waiting in Line/Why?!



The Snarks (garage punk) stream new EP “Sleeping with The Snarks”

Indiana garage punks The Snarks are now streaming their new EP “Sleeping with The Snarks.”

The EP follows up their last EP, “Dickin’ Around with The Snarks” that was released November 2017.

Check out the new track.