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Friends With The Enemy debut new song “Left Behind”

Aussie punk band Friends With The Enemy are streaming a new song titled “Left Behind” and you can check it out right here!

This song is off of an upcoming new album, set to be released in early 2015. The band released their EP New World Disorder in 2010.

 



DS Photo Gallery: Stolen Bikes Ride Faster, Easy Company, Army of Champions @ Basement 243, Brisbane, Australia (05/12/11)

Last month we sent our favourite photographer, Stephen Goodwin, along to the Stolen Bikes Ride Faster comeback (and probably last ever) show at Brisbane’s Basement 243.  Along for the ride were Sydney locals (and personal favourites), Easy Company and a band that just gets better every time they play, Army of Champions.  Check out the photos here.

Photo credit: Stephen Goodwin



Friends With The Enemy are busting out some Pennywise covers then hitting the road

Our good friends in Friends With The Enemy are brewing something special for their hometown compadres, playing a one-off set of Pennywise covers tonight at X&Y Bar in Brisbane (Australia).  Think all your old favourite’s, “Same Old Story & Society” with a Friends With The Enemy twist.  Check out the details here.  The band have been in lockdown lately writing the follow-up to “New World Disorder” so expect more news from these guys in the coming months.

The band will also hit the road in a couple of weeks with Pour Habit & Smoke or Fire playing the Sydney, Newcastle, Gold Coast and Brisbane dates of the tour.  Get all the info, including tickets, here.

JEA!



Ringpull streaming new tracks, “Happy Ramp (2011)” & “Not Going Back” from new album “Old Stories”

Ringpull have posted “Happy Ramp (2011)” and “Not Going Back” from their new album “Old Stories” and you can listen to it here.  The band released the album on the 1oth of September through Your Daughters Records.  The skateboard lovin’ Ringpull play pop-punk of the old school variety, the kind of pop-punk that is cool.

Funnily enough, Ringpull’s last album was also titled “Happy Ramp” and was released back in 2008.



Ringpull post artwork and track list for upcoming album “Old Stories”

Brisbane based punkers Ringpull have posted the artwork and track list for their new album, “Old Stories.”  The artwork you can see in the picture to the story or click here for the full size.  The band, being the champions they are, have also given Dying Scene the exclusive details of the albums track listing.  In true punk rock style, the album clocks in at 8 songs, see below for all the track names.  “Old Stories”  will be available from the 12th September 2011 through Your Daughters Records.

Track list:
1.  Little Piece Of Me, There
2.  Happy Ramp (2011)
3.  Cool By Association
4.  Not Going Back
5.  Livin’ The Dream
6.  On My Own…….
7.  Saturday
8.  One by One



Wiseheimer post new track “Purge” for a limited time only

The folks at Your Daughters Records have posted the track “Purge” from the new Wiseheimer EP for a limited time only.  Get onto it and get onto it quick.  You can check the track out here.  JEA!

No more information has been released on the forthcoming EP but it feels like a lifetime since Wiseheimer released any new material.  In fact, it was way back in 2009 when the band released “Industrial Retribution.”  Stay tuned for more information as it comes to hand.



DS Photo Gallery: Spoonfest 2011 @ The Step Inn, Brisbane, Australia (21/05/2011)

Winter chills didn’t stop 12 bands and hundreds of punters converging on Spoonfest to enjoy a mixed line-up of a little punk, a little hardcore and some balls to the wall rock.  Luca Brasi really stepped up to the plate, Local Resident Failure reminded Brisbane of just how awesome they are and shoe bongs were rife.  Without future adieu welcome to the first ever Dying Scene photo gallery provided by the extremely talented Stephen Goodwin  of Spoonfest 2011.  To view the gallery click here.

[DS Note] Mad props go to Anamari Goicoechea from AMG Entertainment, Chris Hunter from Give The Kids What They Want plus Denis Hogan and Ben Trotter from Your Daughters Records for organising and executing a great night.  Double thanks go to Stephen Goodwin for lending his talent and providing amazing photos of the evening.  Finally, a triple thanks goes to everyone who walked through the door, had a beer and made it such an awesome night for punk-mothertrucking-rock.  THANKS!

Photo credit:  Stephen Goodwin



Dying Scene Presents: Spoonfest 2011 interview recap

Spoonfest is only of hours away but over the past two weeks we’ve talked to a stack of the bands on the line-up and reckon that we’ve gotten to know them pretty well.  So before we put on our black Cons and drinking pants and head to the show lets relive the magic that was our Spoonfest 2011 interview series.

Every band we’re amazing and came to the party, streaming a track off their most recent release; Friends With The Enemy even gave us their whole EP, “New World Disorder,” for streaming.  Check out the full list of interviews here.



DS Exclusive Track-by-Track plus full EP stream: Friends With The Enemy – “New World Disorder”

Last year when we checked in with Friends With The Enemy the band were pushing along at a rapid pace having just finished a US tour.  Since then they won an opening slot on the Soundwave Festival in Brisbane and have generally been kicking ass all over the place.  This time around we’d thought we’d try something a little different and singer, Chelsie jumped on board to give Dying Scene a track-by-track breakdown of their 2010 release, “New World Disorder.”  You can stream the EP in it’s entirety as you find out exactly what each song was written about, straight from the band itself.  Check it out here.

The band will be playing Spoonfest this weekend at The Step Inn in Brisbane.  Make sure you pick yourself up a ticket here.



DS Exclusive Interview: Dementia 13, stream “Sans Regrets”

Dementia 13 have a reputation for being wildly offensive and crude but it’s their wild onstage antics and blistering live show that they are respected for.  A band that puts the oldest punks in their place aside, they are also one of the hardest working and gigging bands in the Brisbane punk scene with a show every other week.  The band are set to hit the stage at Spoonfest on May 21 with some other talented punk rockers but we asked them a few questions first in our quest to get to know them better.

Bassist, Dan gave up the answers and some secrets about the band.  We talked about their song writing which as it turns out is done by a machine, the perks and challenges of being in Dementia 13 and their most recent release “In One Year and Out The Other.”  You can also stream “Sans Regrets”  from the EP while you read the interview.  Check it all out here.



Chopfest III: A Punk Rock Reunion announces full line-up

The third installment of Chopfest will hit Hermann’s Bar in Sydney on June 4th this year and it boasts some pretty great current Australian bands along with bands of yesteryear.  The full line-up includes:

My Name Is John

Ball Point

Lost In Line

Chris Duke & The Royals

Friends With The Enemy

Lamexcuse

Easy Company (My new favourite Australian punk band)

Cohen Heart & The Hotsteppers

Kernundrum

Pre-sale tickets are a measley $15 and you can pick them up here.  Head on over to the Chopdog Promotions website for full details.  If you can get to the show on June 4 it’s highly advised because that line-up is a doozy.



Dying Scene Presents: The Nation Blue added to Spoonfest 2011

Well, shit!  We’re totally chuffed to announce that Australian legends, The Nation Blue will be head-lining Spoonfest 2011.  The band will join the likes of the The Quickening, Local Resident Failure, Headaches and Friends With The Enemy and a bunch of other awesome bands for one massive night of Australian punk-rock.  Have a look at the full line-up here.

The show will take place on the 21st of May at The Step Inn in Brisbane, Australia.  For those of you who can’t make it, we’ll be there and we’ll be reporting back.  Get excited!



Dying Scene Presents: Spoonfest 2011 (Brisbane, Australia)

Here at Dying Scene we’re all about getting out and supporting the local music scene which means we are totally stoked to announce that we’re in cahoots with AMG Entertainment and Your Daughters Records to bring Spoonfest 2011 to life.  Well they did all the hard work, we’re just along for the ride which is totally punk if you ask us!  The cream of Brisbane and Australia’s punk rock crop will converge on the Step Inn in Brisbane, Australia, on the 21st of May 2011 for one night of outrageously good music, abhorrent behaviour and best of all, pub priced beers.  Check out a full size poster here.

Now in its 3rd year, Spoonfest has, and continues to, feature some of the countries most talented punk rock musicians.  The line-up for 2011 includes:

The Quickening

Local Resident Failure (NSW)

Headaches

Army Of Champions

Friends With The Enemy (GC)

Luca Brasi (TAS)

Dementia 13

The Blasted Heath

Ringpull

The Flangapanis

Sunsets

That’s a pretty sweet deal right right there!  In our eternal punk rock quest we’ll be bringing you all the updates on the show, interviews with the bands plus some other punk delights.  We know a lot of you won’t be able to get to the show but fear not!  We’ve got your back with full coverage of the event including event reviews and hell, we’re even going to throw in a photo gallery  of the night to peak your jealousy.

Stay tuned to DS for all your Spoonfest needs.



Local Resident Failure post video for “Human Rights…And Wrongs”

Newcastle skate punks, Local Resident Failure, have posted their new video for “Human Rights…And Wrongs”.  You can watch it here.  The song is take from the 2010 EP, “Crack Is The New Black”.

The band is expected to release their debut album in early 2011.  Stay tuned!

If you haven’t already got them, the band have an EP and a live album available for free download on their MySpace Page.



Label Spotlight: DS catches up with DIY punk label Your Daughters Records

A great man* once said that if you want a scene you should make it yourself.  Your Daughters Records is a small, independent, punk record label from Brisbane, Australia that has been taking that advise to heart, helping to build the local punk scene one quality punk-rock release at a time.  Dying Scene took some time out with label co-owner Ben Trotter to have chat about the ins and outs of running an independent record label.

Check out the full interview here.