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Grimetime premiere music video for “Verse / Chorus / Fuck you” (ffo: Descendents)

California based punk rockers, Grimetime, have just released a new video for “Verse / Chorus / Fuck You” off their debut album, I Think We Could Do Better, which was self released by the band in October of last year. Oh wait, what? It’s a premiere!? You can check that out here, first, then… below



The Murderburgers stream “Pick A Knife, Any Knife” ahead of new album “What A Mess”

Scottish punks The Murderburgers are streaming new track “Pick A Knife, Any Knife”, ahead of the release of their upcoming full length, What A Mess, out on Brassneck Records and Asian Man March 15th.

Have a listen below. The album is the follow up to recent EP Shitty People And Toothache.



Short/Fast/Loud: Dollar Signs – “This Will Haunt Me”

Here at Dying Scene, we’ve been talking a lot behind the scenes about how to maximize our content—not only covering more, but covering better. We’ll be making some changes to our output in the coming months, and the end goal will be to provide our writers with more opportunities to write in-depth reviews, editorials, and interviews. Part of this is adapting our review format—there is simply too much out there to cover and full-length reviews just aren’t time effective. That doesn’t mean we’re getting rid of longform reviews (we’d rather die), only that when we do them, we’ll be investing more in them and treating them as we would a feature. For the rest, we want to cover the multitude of bands that are working hard out there but might get squashed under the great wheel of the album submissions game. Short-form reviews—as short and loud as punk itself—will be a way for us to cover more while still providing honest, dependable feedback. Let us know what you think of the new format, we plan to roll out capsule reviews as they accumulate from here on out.

Dollar Signs have been flying under the radar for a couple years now, poised for something bigger. This Will Haunt Me may very well be that something bigger. The Charlotte quintet pride themselves on their tongue-in-cheek sad sack anthems that straddle the lines of hardcore, pop punk, and folk punk. They drive forward with a garagey energy that brings to mind the likes of Jeff Rosenstock (who singer Erik Button is a vocal dead ringer for), while being self-deprecating, young, and painfully open. This Will Haunt Me continues the grand tradition of punk rock as talk therapy, and Dollar Signs work through their shit with talent to spare.

Check out: “Cryhard,” “Tears/ Beer/ Fears”



Introducing Chicago Pop-Punk Act: Tougher Than You Thought

I’m going to admit it, I miss Myspace. A whacky time for youthful exploration of the important stuff; cool bands, HTML code, and those weird bulletins that would kill you if you didn’t re-post them in 30 minutes. Listening to Tougher Than You Thought, feels a lot like this. They sprinkle in a little twenty-something heartache with a sound all their own. Their debut EP Check, Please has had me in my feels since the first time I heard it.

Their song “Open Book “ is the culmination of dope guitar riffs, catchy drumbeats, and lyrics that I would have probably used for a picture caption or two. Not to mention, the band members themselves have an extremely awesome back-story, according to their facebook “2 members of the band have parents who won the immigration lottery (1 in 900,000 odds) in their home countries”. This band is dynamic and worth a listen, check them out below. &Hearts;



Millencolin release new album “SOS”

Legendary skate punkers Millencolin have released their new album. SOS is out now on Epitaph and is the follow up to 2015’s True Brew. Various physical options are up for purchase now.

Have a listen to the album – and see upcoming US and Canadian dates – below.



Beach Slang Stream Video for “I Hate Alternative Rock”, Announce UK/EU Tour Dates With Jawbreaker

Philadelphia’s Beach Slang are streaming a music video for a single from their forthcoming EP. The recently released cover of Bob Mould’s “I Hate Alternative Rock” is the track chosen for visualisation treatment. It will feature on MPLS, which is due to come out on March 15 via Quiet Panic.

Whilst you wait for the full EP, why not check out the video for “I Hate Alternative Rock” below.

The previous release from Beach Slang was the 2018 effort, Everything Matters But No One Is Listening [Quiet Slang].

In addition to the new music video, Beach Slang will also be hitting the road with Jawbreaker for a short run of dates around the UK and Europe. You can find details of the shows below too.



The Tenth (Bubblegum Punk) Releases Debut LP, Dunes

Los Angeles based bubblegum punk quartet The Tenth hit the scene last Summer with their debut EP Boys We Don’t Know. Now, just a short six months later, the young ladies have returned with their first foray into full lengths! The thirteen track LP, Dunes hits shelves today (you can pick up a digital copy over on their Bandcamp page or stream on Spotify) and picks up where the EP ends. Keep an eye on the band’s Youtube page as well, because they premiere the music video for the track, “I Saw A Ghost”! If guitarist/vocalist Harley Quinn Smith looks familiar to you, it’s probably because the she is the offspring of world famous Indie film maker, Kevin Smith. In addition to her music endeavors, the nineteen year old has also made appearances in films, such as 2016 Sundance Film Festival favorite Yoga Hosers (also starring Johnny Depp, Natasha Lyonne and Justin Long), Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (at the age of 1), Jersey GirlClerks IITusk and her newest film All These Small Moments. 



Dial Drive (Punk, FL) release “Friday Nightmare” from forthcoming album

Orlando, Florida’s Dial Drive have released “Friday Nightmare” from their forthcoming full length “Wasted Time”. The album is set to be released on March 8th through A Jam Records and features 10 new songs produced, recorded, and mixed by Brooks Daniel Paschal. Check out “Friday Nightmare” using the player below.



Only on Weekends (pop-punk) premiere music video for “Always Greener”

Dying Scene has been stocking up on “whoa’s” to bring you Only on Weekends‘ new music video, “Always Greener”, a song about the woes of having a love life while playing in a rock and roll band. Noted for their cleverly entertaining videos, this one tells the age-old disaster story of what it’s like to date a musician.

Directed by Tim Matthews, “Always Greener” is an inward reflection about self-centeredness and neglecting those we cherish, and imparts a lesson to the wise of the value of communication. It’s a funny video, with a plot borrowed from every sitcom ever-made, (Boy Meets World and The Flinstones to name a few) portraying the juggling act of divided attention, which nearly always terminates poorly in assured self-sabotaging obsolescence.

This four-piece pop punk ensemble from Philly (by way of New Jersey) has been running their GMC Vandura up and down the east coast for the past several years and recently released a new full-length album, Another Wasted Night, which was recorded and produced by Jesse Cannon. (The Menzingers, Saves the Day, The Misfits) It is available for streaming and purchase here. Check out the video to “Always Greener” below.



QWAM stream new single “Mall”

Brooklyn based dance punks QWAM are streaming their new single “Mall,” which was released on January 21st.

You can give it a listen below.

QWAM last released their EP Feed Me in January 2018.



Three Cheers Too Late (pop-punk, NJ) release music video for “Kicked In”

New Jersey pop-punk act Three Cheers Too Late have released a music video for their song “Kicked In.”

You can check out the video below.

“Kicked In” comes from the bands’ debut EP, Don’t Expect Me, which was released on January 25th.



Sunday Morning (pop-punk) stream new EP “In All Honesty”

Connecticut pop-punks Sunday Morning are streaming their new EP, In All Honesty, which was released on October 19th, 2018.

You can give it a listen below.

Sunday Morning last released Ailment in March 2018.



Versus You (pop-punk, Luxembourg) stream new single “Fall Apart”

Luxembourg pop punkers Versus You are streaming their newest single “Fall Apart,” which comes from their upcoming album, Worn And Loved, that is set to be released on March 15th.

You can give it a listen below.

Versus You last released Times Of War/Let’s Make Love in August 2018.



Calling All Captains (pop punk, Edmonton) release music video for “Chasing Ghosts”

Edmonton pop punk act Calling All Captains have released a music video for their song “Chasing Ghosts,” which comes from their upcoming EP, Nothing Grows Here, that is set to be released on February 8th via Equal Vision Records.

You can check out the video below, along with the bands’ upcoming tour dates.

Calling All Captains last released Nerve in February 2017.



South Berkeley (pop-punk) releases video for new single “Glass N Sparks”

French pop-punks South Berkeley have released a new video for the first single “Glass N Sparks” off their upcoming album Too Slow, which will be released later this year on Krod Records. The video features a lot of graffiti, a lovers quarrel and some booze in a forest (what’s more punk than booze in the woods?).

Check out the new video below.

This is the first new music from South Berkeley since they released the single “Tiny Rascals” which will also appear on the forthcoming album, back in 2017.