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US Video Premiere: No Fun – “Cheesecake” from 4-way split with Such Gold, Walk The Plank and Harker

German garage/punk rock act No Fun have premiered a music video for their song ”Cheesecake.” It’s available to watch in the Western Hemisphere for the first time today, exclusively on Dying Scene. Check it out below!

“Cheesecake” appears as No Fun’s contribution to  four-way split entitled Great Thieves Escape (cover rt is above). The split also features Such Gold, Walk The Plank, and Harker. The seven-inch will be released next Friday (May 27th) via Flix Records and No Panic! Records; get your copy here.

No Fun’s last album, How I Spent My Bummer Vacation, was released on September 18th, 2015 via Concrete Jungle Records.

Elm Tree Circle to release debut EP “Drawn” on Flix Records, premiere music video for new song “Aware”

Berlin’s self-described singer/songwriter punk band Elm Tree Circle will release their debut EP “Drawn” later this month through Flix Records and to commemorate the release we’re happy to premiere a music video for one of its tracks. Its for a tune called “Aware” and you can check it out below.

Elm Tree Circle will be on tour with Brian Marquis (Equal Vision Records) in Europe and Earl Grey in Eastern Europe & Russia soon. Keep an eye out for the dates!

DS Exclusive: Get Dead premiere live music video for “Coma State”

In 2013 San Francisco punk act Get Dead went on a run of tour dates with Less Than Jake, Anti-Flag and Masked Intruder in the US and on this tour they recorded a live video for their track “Coma State”. The song hasn’t appeared on an album and the video never saw the light of today… until now! Check out the video below.

The tune is featured on a four way split 7-inch with The UprisingToyguitar, and Lost In Society called “Great Thieves Escape” and is available through True Trash and Flix Records on colored vinyl. The 7-inch can be ordered off the TrueTrash website.

Get Dead are currently in the studio with Fat Mike for their new full length which is due spring / summer 2016.

Get Dead, The Uprising, Toyguitar, and Lost In Society announce 7-inch split

True Trash and Flix Records have just announced that they will be releasing a four way split 7-inch, between Get Dead, The Uprising, Toyguitar, and Lost In Society. The split is called “Great Thieves Escape”, and will be released on colored vinyl, with artwork provided by Stefan Beham. Further details on the split can be found below.

The 7-inch can be ordered off the TrueTrash website.

Tommy Gun (punk rock) announce new album “Of Roots And Trees”, premiere new song via music video

Austrian punk act Tommy Gun have released a music video for a brand new song titled “Haste & Time” and you can check it out below.

The song will be featured on the band’s upcoming album “Of Roots And Trees”, due out in May on Flix Records.

Far From Finished streaming new EP “Let’s Be Frank”

Boston punk band Far From Finished are streaming their new EP Let’s Be Frank. Check it out here.

Let’s Be Frank is out today through Flix Records. Their last release was 2010′s Forgettable via Old Shoe Records.

Album Review: Dan Webb and the Spiders / Irish Handcuffs – Split

Dan Webb and the Spiders are a punk band from Massachusetts that evolved out of a one man band. Irish Handcuffs are a punk band from Germany that formed out of a love for Jawbreaker and (presumably) Smoke or Fire. Despite hailing from different continents, the two bands have teamed up together to display their song-writing talents in the form of a split EP. The result is a four track rush of snotty, yet melodious, punk rock.

Dan Webb and the Spiders start the split with “Quiet Houses”, showing that the band hasn’t lost its touch when it comes to their brand of garage-y punk rock. Webb’s vocals are slightly reminiscent of a young Lars Frederiksen, but don’t let that comparison pigeon-hole the band in any way as a Rancid-wannabe. “Quiet Houses” is full of aggressive musicianship, and a chorus that begs to be shouted along with. The lead guitar screeches through the song’s final moments, but it never sounds jarring. “Last Straw”, the Spiders’ other contribution to the split, is a bit of a catchier number, with less in-your-face instrumentals, and more reserved vocals. Webb’s vocals adopt more of a Shevchuk scratch to them, and it suits the song’s melodic approach, not unlike how the actual Shevchuk’s vocals suited LaGrecia. Much like its companion, “Last Straw” is full of vocal harmonies and is sure to be a fun sing-along.

Irish Handcuffs don’t miss a beat to keep the energy flow up high. The young band contributes two gruff, yet melodic punk rock tunes that pick up right where they left off with 2012’s stubbs. EP. “Derail” is upbeat, and the guitar work sounds almost like it could have been a song that got lost during the stubbs. sessions. As catchy as the chorus is though, it’s “Sunday’s Ghosts” where Irish Handcuffs really shine, with the four piece outfit really bringing their A-game to the three and a half minute track. The instruments conjure up a dark and gloomy atmosphere, and the raw emotion in the vocals delivers the band’s best studio performance to date. It’s almost bizarre to think that this is only Irish Handcuffs’ second studio release, as it plays as if the band has been around for a few years.

The best kinds of splits are the ones that showcase the talents of all the bands involved without one stealing the thunder away from the other; everyone gives it their all to show what they’re made of but holding back just enough so that the listener wants more. Dan Webb and the Spiders and Irish Handcuffs have accomplished exactly that with this split all too well, to the point that it might make you think that four songs just isn’t enough. This split acts as a very promising teaser for future releases, and cements both Dan Webb and the Spiders and Irish Handcuffs as forces to be reckoned with in the melodic punk scene.


Music Video: Cancer – “I Felt Hope”

Switzerland punks Cancer have released a music video for their song “I Felt Hope”. The song comes off of the band’s 2012 EP, The Weight of the World. The band is also on tour with Apologies, I Have None, and have some upcoming shows with The Ataris.

You can watch the video, and check out the list of dates right here.

Far From Finished to release “Let’s Be Frank” EP March 8th

German record label Flix Records has announced that they will be releasing “Let’s Be Frank,” the newest release by Boston punk band Far From Finished:

“Hey everybody! We are stoked to share the frontcover of the upcoming Far From Finished EP ‘Let’s Be Frank’. The record will be out for the band’s upcoming Euro tour. Release date: March, 8 through Flix Records (distribution: Cargo Records / Plastic Head).

A review of the EP has been translated from German on the band’s Facebook page. Their last release was 2010’s “Forgettable” via Old Shoe Records.


Mike Herrera (MxPx) selling ’63 Cadillac to fund new tour van

MxPx apparently needs a new tour van. To raise funds, Mike Herrera is selling his ’63 Cadillac and anyone can buy it! (as long as you have $8,000).

Check it out here, and become the new owner of Mike’s bad-ass Cadillac.

MxPx’s upcoming album, “Plans Within Plans,” will be released via MRI/Rock City Recording Company in the US andFlix Records in Europe.

MxPx premiere music video for “Far Away” off upcoming album “Plans Within Plans”

Bremerton, WA-based pop-punk trio MxPx released their music video for “Far Away” today on their official website. The track is the first single off their highly anticipated album “Plans Within Plans,” available April 3 via MRI/Rock City Recording Company (U.S./Canada), Europe/U.K. (Flix Records) and Australia/New Zealand (El Shaddai Records).

The single “Far Away,” which will be serviced to radio this week, is described by frontman Mike Herrera,

“As crazy as it sounds, this song is about fighting for your hopes and a better way of life. So much has happened to me over the last two years I could write a whole album about it, maybe two. But this was written as a picture of my experiences. Heavy but hopeful.”

Check out the video here.

Interview: Mike Herrera (MxPx) talks new album, 20th anniversary and balancing MxPx with Tumbledown

On April 3rd pop-punk icons MxPx will unleash upon the masses their highly anticipated new album “Plans Within Plans.”  The release marks the band’s first full-length in over 4 long years, and to give you some insight as to what to expect on the coming release you can check out this interview PunkVideosRock did with frontman Mike Herrera.  They discusses the new album, the first single, the band’s upcoming 20th anniversary, MxPx “All Stars”, and how he balances his side project Tumbledown with the demands of MxPx.

Check it out here.

“Plans Within Plans” will be released via MRI/Rock City Recording Company in the US and Flix Records in Europe.