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Wolfrik sign to Lockjaw Records

Lockjaw Records have announced that they’ll be adding melodic thrash punk act Wolfrik to the family! These guys boast a super technical, and impossible to ignore sound that offers a bit more of a palatable take on thrash for those of you that are into more melody-oriented genres. Lockjaw definitely picked up some fresh talent, and we can’t wait to see what comes from them!

These guys are now streaming their debut EP “Skeleton City,” which you can listen to here.

Congratulations, Wolfrik!



Misgivings Release New Single “Call It Off”

Portsmouth, UK gruff punks Misgivings  have released a new single. “Call If Off” is the first track from their upcoming debut album, Hermitage, their first release on their new home Lockjaw Records.

The band have also released a video for the track, which you can watch below.



Fullcount (Skate Punk, Canada) Announce Full-Length “Part of the Game”

The Canadian skate punk quintet that is Fullcount have just announced a release date for their latest full-length album. Part of the Game will be ready for your listening pleasure on October 12.

According to a press release from the band’s UK distributors, Lockjaw Records, the album will comprise of 12 tracks of blisteringly fast, technical punk rock. It will also feature guest performances from the likes of Étienne Dionne (Mute), Alexis Paré (Cardinals Pride), and Émilie Plamondon (50 Shades of Punk Rock).

In addition to Lockjaw Records’s involvement, Part of the Game is being released via Thousand Islands Records and Exoshop in the US and Canada, Mud Cake Records in Europe, and Milestone Sounds in Japan.



Fullcount stream new track “The Motion”

Quebec City melodic punks Fullcount are to release new album. “Part of the Game” on October 12th. The record is out on various labels around the world (Thousand Island Records (Canada-USA), Lockjaw Records (EUR), Mudcake Records (EUR) and Milestone Sounds (Japan)). 

The band are streaming “The Motion” from the album, which you can listen to below.



DS Exclusive: Fair Do’s (Melodic Hardcore, UK) Debut Full-Length “Leopards”

The long awaited debut album from the Manchester-based shred factory that is Fair Do’s comes out on Lockjaw Records tomorrow. However, the band have given DyingScene an exclusive stream of it before it drops.

Leopards will be available on both CD and a brilliantly garish magenta/yellow splatter vinyl. You an order both from Lockjaw Records at this link.

Vocalist and guitarist of Fair Do’s, Danny Cummings, had the following to say about the record:

“We spent a lot of time on demoing and pre-production for this album, we wanted to have everything nailed down before we went into the studio… Essentially, we spent two years writing, 18 months recording, and six months organising the release – with some touring in between.”

Leopards was produced, engineered, and mixed by Dave Boothroyd at Reel Recording Studio in York. Mastering duties were taken care of by Daryl Phenneger of Jacksonville Beach, Florida. Danny commented on the recording process:

“We’ve worked with Dave in the past and he is an absolute master of his art. He knew exactly what we wanted and exactly how to deliver it. We couldn’t be happier! If you’re recording an album and want it clean, loud, crisp and popping, then talk to these guys.”

The album itself is a less-than-subtle fusion of melodic hardcore and metal, which showcases some of the best musicianship in punk rock today. If you’re a fan of fast, shouty noise with pointy metallic edges, Leopards is going to be right up your street.

Check it out before anyone else below!



Fair Do’s release for video for ‘Closing In’

UK tech skate punkers Fair Do’s release their debut album, “Leopards” via Lockjaw Records on July 27th. Ahead of the record, the band have released a video for one of the tracks from it, “Closing In”. You can have a watch below.

Various pre-order bundles are available to order from the label now.



The Burnt Tapes (melodic) release video for “Things Get Weird”

London-based melodic punks The Burnt Tapes have released a video for their song “Things Get Weird”. The song comes off the 2017 EP Alterations. The video follows the story of how things often get weird.

Go get weird yourself below.

Alterations was released in 2017 through Lockjaw Records. The band also has a few dates lined up this summer which you can check out below as well.



Fair Do’s (Melodic Hardcore, UK) Announce Release Date of “Leopards”

The hardcore noodlers of Fair Do’s have announced the release date for their long-awaited debut album. Leopards will be available via Lockjaw Records from July 27. You can pre-order it from tomorrow here.

The previous release from Fair Do’s was their 2014 EP Trying Times.

 

 



Money Left to Burn (Germany) and The Affect Heuristic (Belgium/Scotland) Release Split

One of Germany’s finest skate punk bands have united with the multi-national newcomers of The Affect Heuristic to release a split entitled Money Left to Burn vs The Affect Heuristic. The record features five tracks from each band and is available via Lockjaw Records now. If you want to try before you buy, you can listen to it all below.

Whilst this is the first release from The Affect Heuristic, Money Left to Burn‘s previous offering was a 2015 split with Rebuke.



Drones (Melodic Hardcore, UK) Stream New Album “Exiled”

The UK’s Drones are allowing fans to stream their latest album, Exhiled. The record features 11 tracks of melodic hardcore based on a young refugee’s experience travelling from a war torn nation to the UK. The label Lockjaw Records have handled the release and you can grab a copy here.

You can also listen to the whole album below.



Drones release new album “Exiled”

London, UK punks Drones release their new album “Exiled” this Friday (9th March) via Lockjaw Records. Full details of the 11 song album, along with accompanying tour dates, are below. Various pre-order options are up now on the band’s website.

The band play Manchester Punk Festival new month.



Fights And Fires release ‘Will It Be My Curse (10th Anniversary Release)’

Worcester, UK’s angular hardcore exports Fights and Fires are celebrating their 10th anniversary as a band and have re-released their 2009 EP ‘Will It Be My Curse’, with a few bonus tracks, to mark the event. The EP, which has been out of print for a long time, will be accompanied by rare tracks ‘Smoke And Mirrors’ and ‘East Coast Collective’.

You can get the nine-song release on all the usual digital platforms, including Spotify.



Drones (melodic hardcore, UK) Stream Video for “Rorschach”

The UK’s Drones are streaming a video for their track “Rorschach”. The tune is taken from their forthcoming concept album, Exiled, about the struggle of a young refugee making their way from a war torn land to the British Isles. You can preorder the record from the band themselves. Alternatively, bag a copy at Lockjaw Records and take advantage of the holiday sale they have going until December 8th.

Oh, and don’t forget to watch “Rorschach” below.



Bare Teeth (Melodic Hardcore) release video for “Tomorrow Starts Today”

French punk band Bare Teeth release the music video for “Tomorrow Starts Today” from their debut EP “First The Town, Then The World” which was put out on various labels depending on the region: Lockjaw Records (UK), Less Talk More Records (Belgium), Morningwood Records (Netherlands), Melodic Punk Style (Poland), No Reason Records (Italy), Don’t Trust The Hype (France), 59SRS (Russia), Far Channel Records (Japan), Pro Rawk Records (USA), Realize Records (South Korea) and Sirkel Pit (Switzerland).

You can check out the music video below.



DS Exclusive: Sombulance (UK Skate Punk) Premieres New EP, Lifers

After a seven year hiatus, legendary UK skate punkers, Sombulance have returned with a brand new EP! The album, entitled Lifer, is due out on August 4th via heavyweight punk label Lockjaw Records but we got our hands on it a day early and it rips! When asked about the release, founding member and guitarist, Ant Harrison explained “We’re excited and relieved to finally be releasing new music, and doing so through our friend’s label Lockjaw Records. We’ve actually been sitting on this EP for a while because it was written in the context of full length but it made sense to record our six strongest songs to release for our Punk Rock Holiday appearance.” Well lucky reader, today you’re the direct beneficiary of that decision because we’re premiering all six, strong songs exclusively here at Dying Scene! So, enough reading, get to streamin’, below!

The quartet’s last release was 2010’s debut full length, A Cynic’s Response.