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The Muffs announce first album in five years, “No Holiday”

Southern California icons The Muffs have announced their new album, the first in five years, titled No Holiday. Out on October 18th, the album will feature 18 songs, written between 1991 and 2017. That’s a long time to wait to record something!

Drummer Roy McDonald adds, “I think No Holiday is the most unique album we’ve ever made — 18 songs that run the spectrum from full-blown productions to intimate home recordings. This was a labor of love for us and I think that comes out in the record. We wanted to create something lasting and special. I, for one, couldn’t be happier with the results.”

You can watch a trailer for the album below.



Shoplifters (Serbia, pop-punk) stream track ahead of new LP

Serbian gruff pop punks Shoplifters are to release their new album Secret Free World via White Russian Records on August 16th.

Pre-orders are up on Bandcamp now, with advance track “Everybody’s Nobody’s Fool” available for streaming. Have a listen below.



Screw Houston stream new single “Midway”

Dutch melodic punks Screw Houston are streaming their new single, “Midway,” which was released on June 13th via White Russian Records.

You can give it a listen below.

Screw Houston last released the single “Hospital Beds” in November 2018.



March (Punk Rock, NL) streaming new single “Nothing Ever Really Dies”; Announce tour dates

Straight from the Netherlands, March are currently streaming “Nothing Ever Really Dies” off their upcoming and much-anticipated second album to be released on White Russian Records.

The band says of the single, “‘Nothing Ever Really Dies’ is another taste of what is yet to come from March”s second full length album. The new song maintains bands trademark punk ‘n roll sound and is packed with gut punching drums, guitars and vocals, combined with nihilist lyrics about ghosts of the past, present and future. A rock and roll lullaby that might haunt or comfort you in a world where everything ends but everything lingers.”

Check out the single and their tour dates, including festivals, below.



DS Exclusive: Holly Would Surrender premiere new EP, “Wish You Were Bread”

German pop punk band Holly Would Surrender are “flipping the bird to conformity”. They’ve announced they are releasing a new EP via White Russian Records on May 26, titled Wish You Were Bread, and what do you know? Dying Scene has got it a few days early. The inspiration for this record came out of a unique place for the band. Lead singer Ole says, “We wanted to try something new this time. We were in a situation, where we on one hand, [we] had to stop as band or on the other hand, work on new material, and besides that, find new members to join.

In this process we decided to work with friends in other bands on our material to get a new focus and expand our sound and music. Every song got a name on it you probably know. Oshie Bichar (Beartooth, City Lights), Callum Amies (the bottom line), Andy Vossenberg (the 101s) and Chris Piquette (Trophy Wives) We really love how the EP turned out. It’s something new but it’s still us. The mixing part took place in the Wachusett studios by Michael Harmon, who we met on tour with Four Year Strong. The mastering was made by Jay Mass (Defeater, State Champs and many more..) We hope you like it as much as we do and will enjoy it!”

Holly Would Surrender is hitting the road for a few dates with Reel Big Fish this summer, so be sure and add them to your radar so you don’t miss out.  You can stream Wish You Were Bread below



Stream the new single from Smash The Statues, “Forvm” (punk)

Dutch political punk act Smash The Statues have just released “Forvm,” the second single from the album of the same title, out May 17th on White Russian Records.

The song is a punk anthem as well as a warning about oppression in society and lack of resistance to it – and you can listen to it below.



Stream the new song “What We Do Now” by Holly Would Surrender (pop-punk)

The Netherlands’ Holly Would Surrender are previewing and streaming a single off their upcoming album, WIsh You Were Bread (out May 24th on White Russian Records).

Check out “What We Do Now” below for some pop-punk goodness.



Ravenna release video for “My Hero”

Dutch Melodic pop punks Ravenna have released a new video for “My Hero”, a track off their 2018 album Hearts Under Fire, out on White Russian Records.

Have a watch – and read about the story behind the track – below.



Weak (punk, Spain) announce debut album “The Wheel”

Spanish punk act Weak have announced their debut album, The Wheel, which is set to be released in early April via White Russian Records.

To give you an idea of what to expect from the album the band is streaming “The Wheel” and “Parachutes.”  You can give those songs a listen below, and pre-order the album here.



St. Plaster (Skate Punk, Holland) Announce Self-Titled Album, Stream Teaser Tracks

Dutch skate punk unit St. Plaster have announced the release of their debut album. The self-titled effort will drop on April 25.

To get you in the mood for the record’s release, the band have been good enough to allow fans to stream a couple of the tracks from the album. You can check out “Run to Your Shelters” and “You’re Making it Worse” below.

The physical release will apparently be limited to just one pressing of 100 copies. You can pre-order St. Plaster by St. Plaster, which will be released by White Russian Recordshere.



March (Punk Rock, NL) release new single “Fear of Roses”

Punk rock four piece from Breda, Netherlands March have released a new single on White Russian Records. “Fear of Roses” is the first new material since 2016’s Stay Put.

Have a watch of the video (and check out upcoming tour dates) below.



St. Plaster (Skate Punk, NL) stream debut track “Run To Your Shelters”

Formed by Adrian Delange of Call It Off and Tim van Doorn of Big Dog Recordings, St Plaster have released their debut song “Run To Your Shelters”. The track is taken from their self-titled debut, which will be released later this year.

The band are planning on some 2019 live dates, including Bearded Punk Fest 3 and Brakrock Ecofest. You can listen to the track using the player below.



Screw Houston release new track “Hospital Beds”

Dutch melodic punks Screw Houston have released a new single. “Hospital Beds” is out on White Russian Records and will be on their upcoming, as-yet-untitled album. The band will celebrate ten years together with the release.

Have a watch of the lyric video that accompanies the single below.



DS Exclusive: I Against I (Punk-O-Rama) stream new album, “Small Waves”

I love this job. Doing write-ups for hard-working bands is an incredibly satisfying thing. The amount of unheard of, yet absolutely fantastic bands out there is truly unfathomable… but you’re a punk rocker, so surely you can already understand the importance of these bands, the music they make, and the amount of positivity that punk rock has contributed to each one of our lives. (Think you’re pretty up-to-date on all your scene-head knowledge? Why not take a look through our Dying Scene band profiles and see for yourself?)

(Unfathomable…)

That being said, it’s always a thrill when something really cool and genuine comes traipsing through the door… a figurative door, I mean. (And figurative traipsing.) Actually word came to me via e-mail that legendary Dutch punk band I Against I, notorious for their two-album stint with Epitaph, and inclusion on Epitaph compilations Punk-O-Rama Vol. 3, and Punk-O-Rama Vol. 5, is releasing a new album, their first in 13 years.

Small Waves is set to drop on Friday, October 5, 2018 on White Russian Records, (Tasty!) and if you can’t get excited about the first ever European band to sign with Epitaph (Did I not mention that already?) coming out of retirement to put out some new tunes and get back out on the road, then, as we say in my hometown, Dallas, TX, “Partner, I don’t know what’s wrong with you.”

I’m going to go ahead and compare this album to the latest Descendents release, where these guys are older and wiser, but still ready to fuckin’ party! “Of course, our lives are totally different now from when we just started,” illuminates bass player Bob Hoorweg. “Back then we were kids. Now we have kids of our own, and jobs, and mortgages… and station wagons.” Singer/guitarist, Ronald van Maren adds, “Because our lives have changed so much, we now feel the need to play music as an outlet more than ever before.”

The band’s drummer Jasper Blazer (who has the coolest name ever, BTW) goes on, “That’s why we now play with an intensity that wasn’t always there in the past, but what’s really priceless is the fact that after all these years we are still the best of friends. Still searching for that perfect song. That’s worth more to us than any of our past achievements,” and it’s statements like that that really make this band appeal to me. ”We feel that our best work is yet to come, otherwise we would never have climbed on stage again. We’re really excited to play our new songs live,” and Dying Scene has them early, of course. Stream the new album, Small Waves, below.



I Against I Stream Single “Never Been So Sure” From Forthcoming Album “Small Waves”

Dutch melodic punks I Against I are allowing fans to stream another single from their forthcoming album, Small Waves. The track is titled “Never Been So Sure” and is the second single from the band’s first full-length record in 13 years. You can stream it below.

Small Waves is due out on October 5, 2018 on White Russian Records.