Hard Charger, a hardcore punk band out on New Brunswick, Canada, just premiered their new video, “Shit City Nowhere Blues” on the heels of their latest album, Vol.4: Take The Guff and Suffer. The album was released on May 3 via Wasted Time Records,D7i Records, PRC Music, Doomsday Machine, and Emergency Records. The band is gearing up to hit the road down the east coast (US) and then throughout Canada. Check out those dates and stream the new video for “Shit City Nowhere Blues” below.
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Saturday, May 18, 2019 at 12:07 PM (PST) by forrestcook
Stray From The Path have announced that they are to release a live album this Friday (17th May). The album, titled Smash ‘Em Up: Live In Europe 2019, is out on UNFD and was recorded in various cities on the band’s recent tour supporting While She Sleeps.
Wednesday, May 8, 2019 at 2:12 AM (PST) by Rachael Clifford
Cleveland Ohio’s Harvey Pekar have signed to Steadfast Records and will be releasing Paris Green on May 17th. The band describes the seven-song album as “thoughtfully brutal”. They will be touring this summer in support of the album.
Check out “Drag Hesitations” below for a taste of their unique hardcore sound.
Tuesday, May 7, 2019 at 4:55 AM (PST) by Tom Aylott
Thrice and Refused have announced a UK and EU co-headline tour. The UK dates come with Gouge Away opening up, with support TBA for the EU run.
Check out the full dates below:
26 BIRMINGHAM O2 Academy
27 GLASGOW Barrowlands
29 BRISTOL O2 Academy
30 LONDON Brixton O2 Academy
31 MANCHESTER Academy
01 NOTTINGHAM Rock City
03 AMSTERDAM Melkweg
04 COLOGNE Carlswerk
05 HAMBURG Grosse Freiheit
07 BRUSSELS Ancienne Belgique
08 PARIS Elysee Montmartre
10 MILEN Alcatraz
11 MUNICH Tonhalle
12 BERLIN Huxley’s
Sunday, May 5, 2019 at 1:34 PM (PST) by Johnny X
Here’s something to smash some furniture and cry to. Belgian hardcore act Sundays have recently released a new EP titled “Free At Loss” and it makes me want to rage at the world, break down and weep, and throw a chair through my upstairs window all at the same time. And for some reason that’s a good thing. Join me with the simple click of the “play” button below.
Monday, April 29, 2019 at 9:48 AM (PST) by rick delaney
Chicago’s Don’t Panic Records & Distro has announced We Don’t Work May 1st: A Compilation to Benefit the Strike Fund of Greater Chicago IWW. The collection of music features a total of 25 bands, each contributing one track and, as the title suggests, the proceeds from its release will go towards the Chicago chapter of International Workers of the World .
As you might expect, the theme is heavily political. There are tracks from La Armada, Underwire, Indisposed, as well as a host of others, and we’re pleased to hear a fair bit of sonic filth from the likes of Payasa on there too.
You can stream a few of the tracks below ahead of the compilation’s general release on May 1.
Italian melodic hardcore quintet Edward in Venice have released their new EP, Empathy. The EP is their first new material since 2015’s Howler and features recent single “Hide Tide”.
Guildford, UK hardcore exports Polar have just released their fourth album, Nova, via Arising Empire. Now the band have released a video for “Devil” from the record.
The band tour Europe next month to promote the album. Watch the video and check out the dates below.
Sunday, April 21, 2019 at 2:38 AM (PST) by Shane Dover
Knocked Loose, the Kentucky based hardcore outfit, come screaming out the gates once more with a new 3 track EP; Mistakes Like Fractures. Heavy, dark, and embodying all the best of beatdown hardcore, these 8 and a half minutes are well worth your time.
The title track, which opens this short 3 song package, is this dark powerhouse of a hardcore track. From the chorus screaming out “Mistakes like fractures,” to an ominous breakdown in “I followed the rabbit, I found my fucking ending,” the track is put together so well. Transitioning from this track into the next, ‘Slings and Arrows,’ their sound attacks from all sides. In the modern era of hardcore, it can seem difficult for a band to find a sound both unique and yet still very much rooted in the genre, but Knocked Loose emanate this angry, loud, and emotional presence that really does stand out.
Ending off this short piece is what I’d consider the shiniest of the 3 diamonds gathered here. ‘All My Friends’ is a fun track to listen to, but doesn’t let go of that darkness, and the breakdown could be one of the best I’ve heard in quite a while. Evoking thoughts of Code Orange with the alarm-like shrill guitar breaking in at times, this track especially is sign of great things to come for one of the premiere modern hardcore bands. Knocked Loose kick some teeth in with this EP, and I can’t wait to see what the next album has in store for us.
Thursday, April 18, 2019 at 4:00 PM (PST) by forrestcook
New San Diego hardcore punk band The Undertaking! are premiering their debut EP, Scavengers, a day in advance for all you saavy young Dying Scene readers out there. It’s five-songs of adrenaline fueled, guitar heavy punk rock and roll mayhem clocking in at just under twenty minutes, inspired by time spent away from the stage and that unsettling craving feeling that calls us all back home to hardcore and punk rock music.
Scavengers is being self-released, with the aid of Sassafras Management, on April 19th and will be made “officially” available for purchase and streaming at all the regular spots then. It goes well with Dillinger Escape Plan and Boy Sets Fire. Check out the jams below, and don’t sleep on these happy-go-angsty music-loving punx.
All artwork for the album was handled by renowned artist, Dave Quiggle, (Disney, Adventure Time, Star Trek, Foo Fighters) and production credit goes to Daniel Bourget.
Monday, April 15, 2019 at 7:27 AM (PST) by Mike Scott
California hardcore act Nails are to release a new single via Nuclear Blast Records. “I Don’t Want To Know You” is available on 7″ and pre-orders are up now. Order it (and check out upcoming tour dates) here.
Have a watch of the video below.
Sunday, April 14, 2019 at 6:05 AM (PST) by Johnny X
I’m not sure if it’s the vocals reminiscent of the original singer from UK punk act Drones, or very early days Davey Havok, but something about the new EP from Milwaukee hardcore act Mud Dog is really grabbing my attention. It might be the gang vocals on title track “Strike Back” or the change ups with secondary singers on a few of the songs. Or all of the above. The point is “Strike Back” is worth a listen for any hardcore punk fans, all the more so since it’s up for free download on bandcamp.