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The Victim Party streaming new song – “An Evening With Colin”

Toronto punks The Victim Party are streaming a song off their new album. List to “An Evening With Colin” below.

The band’s latest album, Getting To Know The Victim Party, is available over on their Bandcamp page. You can also spend a few more bucks and get a graphic novel to go along with the album, if you’re into that sort of thing.

The album, which was funded by a successful Indiegogo campaign, is a sort of concept album, with most of the songs being about the band members.



The Victim Party post teaser for new album “Getting To Know The Victim Party”

Toronto punk rockers The Victim Party have posted a teaser video for their upcoming album “Getting To Know The Victim Party,” which is set to be released on May 2nd.

Check it out below.

The Victim Party’s last full-length release was the well received “The Worst Party On Earth” LP on Black Pint Records.



The Victim Party launch campaign to fund new album “Getting To Know The Victim Party”

Toronto punk rockers The Victim Party have launched an indiegogo campaign to fund the production of a new album”Getting To Know The Victim Party” which aims to be a quasi themed album about the band members themselves.  There’s a graphic novel involved with “anthropomorphic” characters representing different band members or something to that effect.  The band describes it better than I can in the video below.

The Victim Party’s last full-length release was the well received “The Worst Party On Earth” LP on Black Pint Records.



The Victim Party stream new 7-inch “Hard Drugs and Soft Drinks”

Toronto punk rockers The Victim Party are streaming their new 7-inch “Hard Drugs and Soft Drinks,” which came out on Tuesday via Safe Haven Records, in its entirety.

If you’re a fan of midwestern punk, such as Banner Pilot, we highly recommend you click here and check it out.

The Victim Party’s last release was the well received “The Worst Party On Earth” LP on Black Pint Records.



Junior Battles release two song EP in anticipation for FEST

Junior Battles have released a two song EP entitled “Wow, That’s Really Cool” as a surprise and in anticipation for their performance at Fest 11.

You can pick it up for $1.50 at eh Paper + Plastick webstore.

The EP is also in anticipation for the bands full length which is due out next year.



Random Cover Song: Junior Battles covers Green Day’s “FOD” and “All By Myself”

Cover songs are like a box of chocolates; you never know what you’re going to get. We here at Dying Scene love hearing punk bands do their own take on other band’s songs. Sometimes they pull off amazing interpretations of old classics, sometimes they’re not much more than humble tributes to a fellow artist, and other times they’re just downright laughable renditions of otherwise great songs. Good or bad. Intriguing or mundane. We’ll let you be the judge.

Today’s cover song comes from Canadian pop punk group Junior Battles, tackling the songs “FOD (Fuck Off and Die)” and “All By Myself” by Green Day. Junior Battles originally covered the songs for the Our Favorite Songs compilation put out by the Juicebox Recording Co. “FOD” is the final track listed on Green Day’s seminal 1994 album Dookie, while “All By Myself” is the hidden track on Dookie, originally sung by Green Day drummer Tré Cool.

You can check out both versions of the song here.



Junior Battles giving away free download of “Idle Ages” for the next 48 hours

Toronto pop-punks Junior Battles are getting ready for their September tour dates as support for Less Than Jake. To get fans excited, they are giving away a free download of their full-length album Idle Ages here. For a list of tour dates click here.

The band will be heading into the studio this Thursday, for the first time since releasing Idle Ages. Junior Battles will be recording two new songs for a tape they will have on tour with them for The Fest this October in Gainesville, Fla. The two songs also may be featured on the next Junior Battles full-length as well.



Junior Battles stream “Living In The Future Of Feelings / No Pain” off upcoming album “Idle Ages”

Toronto punk act Junior Battles are streaming “Living In The Future Of Feelings / No Pain,” a new song of their forthcoming Paper + Plastick Records debut “Idle Ages” and you can check it out right here.

“Idle Ages” will hit stores June 28th.



Music Video: Junior Battles – “Basements”

Toronto punk band Junior Battles have premiered the music video for the title track off their latest release, “Basements,” and you can check it out right here.

The EP was originally released last Spring.

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Kiss of Death has released Junior Battles/ O Pioneers! free download of new 7″ split

Kiss of Death Records has released a free download of the new Junior Battles/ O Pioneers! 7″ split.  The album is available by clicking here.

Both bands released a new song on the split, That’s My Blood, which can also be heard on O Pioneers MySpace page and Passing Out, on Junior Battles’ MySpace.