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Omnigone (ska-core) share video for Quentel the Cryptid cover “If You Lived Here”

Omnigone, the brand new East Bay ska-core project from Adam Davis of Link 80, just dropped a music video for their cover of “If You Lived Here” by San Francisco’s Quentel the Cryptid. The video features some of Quentel’s trademark masked characters wandering the sites of an unidentified city, backed by the energetic ska that Omnigone is quickly becoming known for. Just in time for Halloween, this is the first follow-up to No Faith (the band’s debut album on West Coast ska-punk label Bad Time Records) and their second release ever.

Check out the video for yourself below.



Omnigone (ex-Link 80) release debut album “No Faith”

Omnigone, the brand new East Bay ska-punk outfit started by Adam Davis of Link 80 and featuring members of We Are The Union, Rx Bandits, Ogikubo Station, and Skatune Network, just dropped their long-anticipated debut album No Faith via Bad Time Records. The thirteen-track release is an evolutionary chart of all of the best parts of ska music we’ve seen grow and change over the past four decades that really showcases Davis’ skill as a musician and songwriter as well as his unflinching love for the genre. No Faith is written from the perspective of someone who has been making and playing punk music for more than twenty years, so there are a lot of complicated emotions tied up in these songs, but at the end of the day Omnigone’s central themes are rooted in positivity and gratitude. Is it the ska record we deserve in 2019? Maybe not, but it’s the one we need right now.

No Faith is out now on all streaming platforms but you can still stream the full album over at Pure Grain Audio if that’s more your speed, or snag a vinyl variant through Bad Time Records.



Omnigone (Ex-Link 80) releases video for “Rewrite History”

Ska upstarts Omnigone have released a video for their song “Rewrite History”. The song comes off the band’s upcoming album No Faith, which will hit the air waves September 13th and be released through Bad Time Records. The more I hear from Omnigone the more excited I get for this release, so it should be no surprise that I thoroughly enjoy the new tune and video.

Check out the new video below.

No Faith will be the début album for Omnigone. If you’re a fan of Link 80 you will probably enjoy these guys (yeah, I know the dudes from Link 80!).



Omnigone (ex-Link 80) stream new song “Rather Be Alone”

Omnigone, the new band formed by Adam Davis of Link 80, are streaming their new song “Rather Be Alone.”  You can check it out here.

“Rather Be Alone” comes from the bands’ upcoming debut album, No Faith, which is set to be released on September 13th via Bad Time Records.



Omnigone (ex-Link 80) release track ahead of debut LP

Omnigone, the new band formed by Adam Davis of Link 80, has released a lyric video for “Horizontal Aggression”, ahead of their debut album. No Faith is out on September 13th via Bad Time Records. Pre-orders are up now.

Have a listen to the track below.



DS Exclusive: Thirsty Guys premiere new single, “Bad Chemistry”

Thirsty Guys are a brilliant young ska/punk band from New Brunswick, New Jersey featuring members The Best of The Worst, and Hub City Stompers. They’ve got a new album on the way which promises to take you “on a wild ride through the mind of vocalist / keyboard player Joe Scala, as he belts out 10 tracks about quarter life crises, scene drama, depression, and other fun topics not usually synonymous with our favorite Hawaiian shirt stained genre. The songs sway back and forth between the dance-able ska that you’d no doubt be sweating to in a New Brunswick basement, and speedy punk with traces of technical hardcore… a small tip-off that you’re listening to the same guys who’ve been pushing the boundaries of ska-core for over a decade.”

Parched hits digital shelves with vinyl ready to ship on or around August 16 courtesy of Bad Time Records, (featuring “coke bottle green”, and “oxblood in milky white” variants) as well as Choke Artist Records. (Featuring red with black splatter) Pre-orders are available here, and on Thirsty Guys Bandcamp page.

Dying Scene is happy to give these guys (and gal: guest vocalist Liz Fackleman) the premiere treatment today with their brand new happy/sad, dance-y personal crisis song “Bad Chemistry”. It’s a “beacon of our wrecklessness”, Scala sings along a surf-y skank rhythm made all-the-better by an adventure-game-esque synth-laden bridge and Fackleman’s contributions. Stream “Bad Chemistry” below.