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Iron Chic and Toys That Kill release two singles from split EP

Iron Chic of Long Island has teamed up with Toys That Kill of San Pedro to release a split EP via Recess Records.

You can preview the album by checking out “The Old Man of Crete” by Iron Chic and “The Cut Up Boy” by Toys That Kill below. Then head over here to pre-order the entire EP.

The last release from Toys That Kill was their 2016 music video for “Four String”, from their 2016 album “Sentimental Ward” via Recess Records. Iron Chic’s most recent release was their 2017 LP “You Can’t Stay Here”, released via SideOneDummyRecords.



Sweatshop Boys (garage punk) release new album “Two Men”

Israel-based punk band Sweatshop Boys are streaming their newest record, Two Men., released via Recess Records. The band defines their new album as “existentialist day dream for all those who stare at the abyss and spit right into it.” If that’s your thing, you can stream the new album right here.

Two Men is the first release from Sweatshop Boys since their 2016 single “Vertigo.”



Future Virgins stream new album “Doomsday Raga”

Chattanooga punks Future Virgins are streaming their upcoming brand new album “Doomsday Raga” in its entirety below.

The album was released February 16th via Recess Records.



Future Virgins (punk) streaming two new songs “Ex-Pats” and “Piss Ant Saga”

Chattanooga punks Future Virgins are streaming the songs “Piss Ant Saga” and “Ex-Pats” off their upcoming album “Doomsday Raga”. The full album is set to be released February 16th via Recess Records.

You can check out the song below.

This will be the second full length for Future Virgins, the first being 2014’s “Late Republic”. 



Screeching Weasel to release documentary called, “My Right: The Screeching Weasel Story”

Pop-punk veterans Screeching Weasel have announced that they will finally be creating a documentary outlining the band/member history. The highly anticipated film, which will be called, My Right: The Screeching Weasel Story, has been in production since last year and will feature anyone who has had any hand in creating or pushing the legendary group forward. The news of the film comes from the band’s page, where Ben Weasel mentioned that they were not initially planning to announce the film, but details about it got leaked.

A statement from the official documentary page reads as follows:

Thanks for friending us, gang. The director is working on a teaser video which will be posted here in about a week. We’ll also keep updating you as we film. We weren’t ready to announce this project yet but apparently the news leaked this morning so we’re scrambling to get together some info and updates for you. Needless to say, we’re contacting everybody from the band’s history, doing tons of on-the-road filming and interviews, and digging around for old recordings, footage and photos, so if you have any archival stuff on the band you’d be willing to share for the film, DM us!

Stay tuned on further announcements regarding this film, but for now you can check out the band’s announcement video below.



Pale Angels stream new album “Daydreaming Blues”

Transatlantic punk rockers Pale Angels are currently streaming their new album, “Daydreaming Blues,” through the Recess Records Bandcamp page. You can give it a listen below.

“Daydreaming Blues,” the band’s third album, released on November 25th through Specialist Subject and Recess Records. It follows their last release, 2015′s “Imaginary People.”



Toys That Kill release video for “Four String”

San Pedro punks Toys That Kill have released a video for their song “Four String,” and you can check it out below.  The song appears on the band’s latest release, Sentimental Ward, which came out on July 1st through front-man Todd C.’s label Recess Records.

Toys That Kill released their last album, Fambly 42, in May 2012, also through Recess.



Toys That Kill release music video for “S.D.R.T.T.Go!”

San Pedro’s Toys That Kill have released a music video for “S.D.R.T.T.Go!,” which is taken from their latest album Sentimental Ward. You can check it out below.

Sentimental Ward came out on July 1st through Recess Records.



Colombia Stages to premiere Screeching Weasel rock opera “Baby Fat Act 1”

Colombia Stages and La MaMa present to you the world premiere of the upcoming Screeching Weasel rock opera titled Baby Fat Act 1. The production company will take the music of Chicago’s own Screeching Weasel and turn it into a stage production with a full ensemble and cast. The show will take place at the Ellen Stewart Theatre in NYC from July 21st-23rd.

In May 2015, Screeching Weasel released Baby Fat Act 1, a rock opera of sorts, that was picked up by director Michael Scholar soon after its release. He quickly envisioned characters, plot, and stage performances to go with the band’s new musical direction. Ben Weasel comments:

“If I were British I’d be chuffed; a Californian, stoked; Audrey Hepburn, delighted! After thirty years of composing music and lyrics for rock albums, I can’t wait to take on the challenge of writing for the theatre. Michael’s track record in combining rock and theatre has gained my trust and confidence in his ability to bring Baby Fat to vivid life on the stage.”

To keep up to date with tickets and other information you can visit La MaMa’s website.

Baby Fat Act I was released in May 2015 and is the first of the two part rock opera to be released by the band. the 27-track album was funded entirely through crowdfunding campaigns and Recess Records, who also helped with the finances. Part two is set for release sometime in 2017.

 



Toys That Kill stream “Four String” and “Ready To Kill” off upcoming album “Sentimental Ward”

San Pedro punk act Toys That Kill are streaming two brand new tracks off their upcoming album “Sentimental Ward” due out July 1st through front-man Todd C.’s label Recess Records. Check out “Four String” and “Ready To Kill” below.

Toys That Kill released their last album, Fambly 42, in May 2012 also through Recess.



Israeli punks Sweatshop Boys release new song: “Vertigo”

Israel-based punk band Sweatshop Boys have released their new song “Vertigo”.

The band reports that they are on the verge of recording a new record this summer, though no further details have been released in regards to a specific release date.

Last year saw the release of their EP “Always Polite, Never Happy”, and now with a full record on the horizon, you can hear a little taste of the new stuff with “Vertigo” below.

 



Toys That Kill detail upcoming album ‘Sentimental Ward’

San Pedro punk act Toys That Kill have revealed some details surrounding their upcoming album. Titled Sentimental Ward, the album will be released on July 1, 2016 through front-man Todd C.’s label Recess Records, and will feature sixteen tracks. You can check out the track list and pre-order the album right here.

Toys That Kill released their last album, Fambly 42, in May 2012 also through Recess.



Screeching Weasel announce 30th anniversary shows

2016 marks the 30th anniversary of Screeching Weasel, and to celebrate the band will be playing a string of shows in California, Italy, New York, and Pennsylvania. In addition to featuring the likes of BIGWIG, The Queers, The Dickies, and Satanic Surfers, some of these shows will see the band playing My Brain Hurts in its entirety.

Check out the info on the currently announced shows below, and stay tuned as more details become available.

Screeching Weasel’s latest album – part one of a two-part rock opera titled Baby Fat – was released in May of 2015 through Recess Records.



Pickles spins favorite 2015 music by bands/guests featured on Dying Scene Radio, Sour Shoes (from the Howard Stern Show) calls TONE LO-KI, and Nick Ameen guest co-hosts

This week on Dying Scene RadioBobby Pickles welcomes lifelong friend and musical prodigy Nick Ameen “in-studio” to help usher in 2016 (the Year of the Monkey). TONE LO-KI joins the conversation, welcoming his lifelong friend and musical prodigy, Sour Shoes (from the Howard Stern Show). Bobby recaps the major headlines of 2015 and spins his favorite music by bands/guests featured this past year on the podcast.

R.I.P. Lemmy 1945-2015

Hear all the incessant blathering and latest music and headlines, below.

THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST
Motörhead – Victory of Die
Teenage Bottlerocket – Nothing Else Matters (When I’m With You)
Nick Ameen – Spike The Punch
Entropy NY – So It Goes
Out Of Order – No Cares
¡LA VASA! – Mama Tried
Tartar Control – My God’s Cock
PEARS – Snowflake
The Regressives – Problems
Screeching Weasel – Things Aren’t So Bad After All
Bad Cop / Bad Cop – Nightmare
The Decline – I Don’t Believe
Chaos Delivery Machine – God Of Prey
Svetlanas – Crimea River
Templeton Pek – Broken Lines
Black Cat Attack – Conquer Destroy Exterminate!
Millencolin – Believe In John
Frank Turner – Silent Key
Thee Money $hot – Lady Killer
Sic Waiting – Maps
Laura Jane Grace (feat. Miley Cyrus) – True Trans Soul Rebel



Free Music: Recess Records – ‘Boycott Comp #1 (Toilets)’

California independent pop-punk label Recess Records is kicking off a new comp series, called Boycott Comp. You can listen to and download for free/name your price the first release in the series, Boycott Toilets, below.

The label is planning to release 10 of these samplers, with tracks from its recent releases. Toilets includes songs from The Underground Railroad To Candyland, Screeching Weasel, Wet Nurse, Birthday Suits, and Pale Angels.