(FFO: Converge,Trash Talk) Toronto based hardcore act Hellbent has just released a new penguin-filled music video for the song “King” off their recently released 7″, Dead Off The Floor, available here from Pink Lemonade Records (North America) and Angry and Hungry Records. (Europe) Stream “King” and check out Hellbent’s upcoming tour dates below. Also, for fans of Pup – included is a bonus video which earned Hellbent a finalist position in the recent “Free at Last” Cover Contest. Enjoy!
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Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 11:07 PM (PST) by Dolly Llama
Dallas punks, Bullet Machine just released a high-octane new music video for their single, “Death Race 2000” off the album Knuckle Supper, which was released earlier this year. Stream the video for “Death Race 2000” below.
Photo credit: Jason Day
Thursday, July 4, 2019 at 12:00 PM (PST) by Dolly Llama
Here’s some brand spankin’ new tunage out of the UK from pop/skatepunk trio, Project Revise. The boys have been pumping out these videos for awhile now, covering every track off their last EP, Songs That Sound Like Songs (2017), and now moving on to work on their next scheduled EP which is already under way. So, here’s yet ANOTHER Dying Scene premiere for a finely executed music video from our friends at Project Revise. This one if called “Just a Story” and it’s streaming at you live from the comfort of your own living room below.
If you’re in the area, be sure and check them out opening for The Bottom Line at The Sunflower Lounge in Birmingham, UK on July 9.
Monday, June 3, 2019 at 12:00 PM (PST) by Dolly Llama
“Stand up and fight. Let’s take our war into these streets tonight.”
Lee Resistant and The Lost are a London punk outfit fresh off the release of their debut EP, Thirteen Years Gone By…
Of that, I’ve taken the liberty of swiping a little history on the band for reference, “Lee Resistant is the former frontman of acclaimed British punk band Fletcher, signed to Deck Cheese Records in the UK and Pyropit Records in Japan, and it is this pedigree that the Thirteen Years Gone By… EP tips it’s hat to, with re-recorded versions of songs from Lee’s back catalog, and the cover also referencing Fletcher’s 2003 album, My Revenge.”
Lee says: “Once I decided that I wanted to end 20l8 with a full band show, it was an easy decision to add some of the old songs into the set. I still think that the Fletcher material holds up well after all this time, and I honestly thought that I would never get to play those songs in a band situation again, so it was a lot of fun to give them a new lease of life… I think [re-recording old material] is a good way to bridge the gap between the music I made in the early 2000s to the music I’m making now, almost like a reintroduction, while we work on the LRATL full-length record.”
They are debuting a concert video for track number one on that EP, “Least Resistant”, today. You can stream that music video below.
Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 8:00 AM (PST) by Dolly Llama
Italian melodic HC/skate punk band, Stanis, recently announced their debut full-length, Tales From A Modern Society, to be self-released by the band on June 20. They previously wet everyone’s beaks with the first single “Society” (listen here), and today are premiering a new video for “Ready Reply”, the second teaser single off the upcoming release. It’s directed by the band’s own bass player Claudio Stanghelleni, who has done previous video work with such notable groups as Petrol Girls, Antillectual, Such Gold, Astpai, Darko and Strike Anywhere.
Stanis relates: “Ready Reply is about the discouragement you feel when you find the right words to say or the right things to do just when everything has already gone wrong… For this reason it kind of felt right to pick it as a topic for our first video! We love this production and we are proud of it especially because we created, directed and developed [it] all together, the three of us!”
Wednesday, May 15, 2019 at 2:36 AM (PST) by Dolly Llama
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Friday, April 19, 2019 at 12:00 PM (PST) by Dolly Llama
Worchestershire punks, Project Revise are unveiling a new music video via Dying Scene today. “Time Will Carry You” is a goofball rendition of the timeless tale of man’s ambition gone mad, and playing God with punk rock forces we can’t even begin to comprehend… hell, I’m still trying to figure out what’s going on this hilarious new video. Whatever it is, we’re all pretty excited about it… like, jumping-up-and-down-and-flailing-our-hands-around excited.
Project Revise goes well with Goldfinger and New Found Glory, so long as they are “completely operational and all of [their] circuits are functioning perfectly.”
“Time Will Carry You” was originally released on their EP, Songs That Sound Like Songs, in December of 2017. Since that time, they’ve sold out of the original, put out a video for every track on the album and re-issued an extended edition. This band likes to be in front of the camera, and I’m sure there will be plenty more of this awesome wholesome goodness coming our way in the near future. So stay tuned – and don’t worry crusties, I’m not talking about your instruments.
This is a good video for pop-punk and sci-fi junkies alike. Stream “Time Will Carry You” below.
Thursday, April 18, 2019 at 4:00 PM (PST) by Dolly Llama
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.
Thursday, April 11, 2019 at 11:15 AM (PST) by Dolly Llama
Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at 1:00 PM (PST) by Dolly Llama
Fallen Monuments is a rawkin’ little San Diego punk quartet for fans of Descendents and Strung Out that’ll get you up and moving this happy Tuesday afternoon, or I ain’t the damn Dolly Llama. Gary, Todd, Brandon, and Aaron are four old-timer best buds that whether it be through excretions of hyperintensive melodic leads or the sweet Bill Stevinson-esque bass kick snap tone, apparently secrete punk rock down to their very core. They’ve been making music together since 2016, and released the band’s debut full-length, Distance and Time, in May of last year.
To follow up on that well-received album (available here) Fallen Monuments is releasing a new EP, Experiments, which is set for release on April 2, this year of our lord, and will be again made available on the (previously linked) band’s bandcamp page for digital streaming and purchase.
“It Doesn’t Mean a Thing” is the first single off the EP, as well as the only original, where just for funsies they’ve included a couple of covers: “Overkill” by Men at Work, and “Under the Milky Way” by The Church. Of “It Doesn’t Mean a Thing”, it’s a damn-good song, and has the sounding of playability where you can listen to it on repeat for a while, or at least until you’re bashing your head on the rails and begging for …Men at Work to come on(?) Can you hear the thunder? I for one can’t wait for the rest!
“It Doesn’t Mean a Thing” talks of growing old and falling folly. It almost takes a sarcastic air with the thematic cant of a more insightful Nelson Muntz. “It’s just so sad that it happened to you. It doesn’t mean a thing.”
I’ve listened to it like twenty times and all I hear is “Ha-Ha,” but you tell me.
Dark and brooding. Angry and loud. Belgium’s DEPTHS. are everything you’re looking for in a post-hardcore band, and their new EP “Until Sleep Narrows My Conscious Mind” is every bit as complicated and epic as its name implies. I must admit, I wasn’t too familiar with these guys until this very moment but as I write this on a foggy fall morning in the Southern Hemisphere they’re a very welcome new discovery. Discover them yourself below.
Monday, March 4, 2019 at 4:35 PM (PST) by Dolly Llama
Dallas, TX hardcore/skate punk band The Dolly Llamas just released their new album Double Feature with the help of surf punk legends Daikaiju at Three Links in Deep Ellum. It’s a combination of two earlier EP’s that you can stream in it’s entirety below. You may want to add this band to your radar.
Monday, March 4, 2019 at 12:00 PM (PST) by Dolly Llama
Here’s a slow jam for all you starry-eyed young scenesters. A Page Unturned are a talented trio of L.A. up-and-comers featuring Japanese implant, Yoshihiro Imae on guitar and keys, bringing some interesting Reggie and the Full Effect type melodies. He’s come together with bass player/lead vocalist Damon Porras, showcasing in harmony and disposition, and an all-out synchronous Ryan Sebold on drums providing the beat. You can catch them playing shows around southern Cali, or carrying-on their rawkin’ shade of pop punk back home to Japan. They even opened for Unwritten Law last October. (RAD!)
Today, they are self-releasing “One Light”, the band’s second single follow-up to their self-titled debut 3-track EP. (All of which are available here.) This one’s not so hectic, but I dare say the energy is still in it. Give it a listen below. I bet it’ll suck you in. Enjoy!