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We Found A Map (Skate Punk) stream new Lyric Video, “Animality”

So Cal skate punks, We Found A Map are headed back …To the Haunted Arcade with the release of their newest lyric video for the single “Animality”. Stream “Animality” below. Enjoy!



Wolfrik (ffo: A Wilhelm Scream, Converge) break down lyrics to “Skeleton City” EP to celebrate vinyl reissue

Alberta thrasher punks, Wolfrik, have an eclectic sound, to say the least when describing their music. For starters, lead singer Dylan Toews’ archetypal bellows – at times, redolent of Scott Sturgeon (Leftover Crack, Chocking Victim) – swim anxiously through some seriously ripping melodic metal solos, and dreamy face-melters to almost give the impression that this could be what crack rock sounds like if it didn’t pawn all their guitars. Dual harmonies provided by Kevin Perry and Mark Seifiddine, and a fast-as-fuck rhythm section in Luca Properzi (carpel tunnel) and Nathan Troock (involuntary muscle spasms) bring together the weird, disquieted melodic thrash-punk anomaly that is Wolfrik, and their album, Skeleton City which somehow emerges the disparate haze, as a seamless and functioning… fucking really good debut EP.

Skeleton City was originally self-released by Wolfrik last Spring on CD and digital formats. It has since been picked up for a vinyl reissue by Thousand Island Records (North America) and Lockjaw Records (Europe), with the vinyl release set for March 1, 2019. You can order those at each respective link provided above.

Wolfrik has a 16-date European tour lined-up in support of the Skeleton City. Check out those dates as well as the neurotically perturbed lyrics, with a breakdown of their meaning from vocalist, Dylan Toews, below. Enjoy!



The Abolitionist (punk, Portland) stream new album “A New Militance”

Portland, OR punk act The Abolitionist are streaming their new album, A New Militance, which was released on January 7th via 1859 Records.

You can give it a listen below.  If you like what you hear, the band is offering the album as a pay what you want download.

The Abolitionist last released The Instant in May 2018.



Nowhere Fast releases new lyric video, announce tour

Soulful punk act, Nowhere Fast has launched a new lyric video for their single “Anoesis” off their new album “Aeonian”. That album is available for streaming and purchase here. They have also announced a short tour of sorts to promote the new album. Check those dates and stream the new video below.

“The search for euphoria is always behind a lonesome mind.”



Steady Hands premiere new video for “Indifferent Belushi”

Former Modern Baseball member Sean Huber’s new brain child Steady Hands have just released a new music video via AltPress for their track “Indifferent Belushi.” The track comes off of their most recently released album, Truth In Comedy, which was released on October 19th via Lame-O Records.

Check out the new video below!



Brendan Kelly (Lawrence Arms, Falcon) and the Wandering Birds release lyric video for “Black Cat Boy”

Brendan Kelly’s project ‘Brendan Kelly and the Wandering Birds‘ have released a lyric video for the song ‘Black Cat Boy’.

Give it a listen below.

The first release from the band since 2012 was released on October 26 via Red Scare.



The Spoilers (punk) premiere lyric video for new song “Target Practice”

Today we’re pleased to bring you a lyric video premiere for “Target Practice”, a brand new ditty off the new album from UK punk act Spoilers. Crank up the volume and sing along to “Target Practice” below.

“Roundabouts”, the aforementioned new album, was released September 27th via Boss Tuneage/Brassneck (UK), SBAM (Europe), Little Rocket (USA/Canada) and Waterslide (Japan). 



Only On Weekends (pop punk) premiere lyric video for “Voices” off their upcoming album

Here at Dying Scene we are proud of what gets cooked up in our kitchen, and I would be lying if I said we weren’t equally proud of what gets stirred up elsewhere as well.

But you all know this already, and today we are thrilled to bring you this exclusive lyric video straight from our shitter to yours.

Only On Weekends (Jersey Pop Punk) is premiering their new on-the-Lou point-of-view lyric video for the song “Voices” off their new album “Another Wasted Night” which releases on August 24th. Accompanying this catchy pop punk sad song about thinking too much, and overcoming the struggles of self-doubt is a perfectly well thought-out visual spectacle, and props to the location finder! I mean, seriously though, when was the last time YOU were able to make a roll of toilet paper last that long? These boys from Jersey… I mean, Philly… have packed about as much fun as anyone cares to see in a bathroom stall on this one.

Their last release, “Light Years and Heavy Lifting” came out in 2014 and was appropriately reviewed for its clever catchiness, with its Saves The Day-esque tonalities and well produced by Fred Mascherino (Taking Back Sunday). “Another Wasted Night” follows on its heals, this time engineered by Jesse Cannon (The Menzingers, Saves The Day, The Cure), and we are starting to get the impression that Only On Weekends knows exactly what they are doing. Sounds good, guys!

Check out the upcoming tour dates and stream “Voices” below… and, uh, don’t forget to flush.

Ah, jeez… Hey, can someone pass me some tipee?… Anybody?



Chaser (Dying Scene Records) streams the best new punk song you’ll hear this month

Southern California skate-punk act Chaser have premiered a lyric video for a brand new track off their upcoming release on Dying Scene Records. “Let It Die” is the first Chaser track to feature dueling lead vocals between singer Mike LeDonne and bassist Jesse Stopnitzky, and man does it work! Head over to NewNoiseMagazine to hear the track.

“Let It Die” will appear on the band’s upcoming album “Sound The Sirens” due out digitally through Dying Scene Records (pre-order) and physically through Effervescence Records (pre-order) on July 20th.



Chaser (DS Records) premiere lyric video for “The Show” off upcoming album “Sound The Sirens”

Southern California skate-punk act Chaser have premiered a lyric video for a brand new track off their upcoming release on Dying Scene Records. “The Show” is their homage to the annual tradition of punk rock festival pilgrimage. Doesn’t matter if your festival of choice is PRB, Fest, Punk In Drublic, or Punk Rock Holiday, you’re going to relate to this song. The band had this to say about the inspiration behind the tune:

“The Show” pays tribute to some of our favorite moments growing up. The sun is shining, the music is blasting and we’re shoulder to shoulder with thousands of people singing along. Warped Tour started it all for us, and luckily, the rise of these modern day festivals has filled the void. We’re all grown up now, and expected to take it easy, but you can’t take the punk rock out of the boy. So you’ll still find us crowd surfing, pitting, stage diving, and singing every word. “And we will stay forever this way!”

Sing along to “The Show” over at punknews.

The track will appear on Chaser’s upcoming album “Sound The Sirens” due out digitally through Dying Scene Records (pre-order) and physically through Effervescence Records (pre-order) on July 20th.



Blacklist Royals premiere lyric video for “Evelyn”

Today we’re happy to premiere the newest lyric video from Nashville punk ‘n rollers Blacklist Royals. It’s for their new track “Evelyn” off their new album Model Citizen released through Paper + Plastick Records. 

Check it out here.



Harbour Sharks (hardcore) release lyric video for “Don’t Say Revenge”

British hard rockers Harbour Sharks have released a lyric video for their song “Don’t Say Revenge”. The song comes off the band’s upcoming album “A History of Violence”.

You can check out the video here.

The debut album for the Kingston natives is scheduled to be released October 27th. If you’re a fan of A Day to Remember or Stone Sour you’ll enjoy these guys. 



Ten Cents Short (easycore) release lyric video for new song “Beggars”

Massachusetts easycore/pop-punk quartet Ten Cents Short will be releasing their sophomore EP Major Steps, Minor Setbacks later this summer, but today, the band has shared a lyric video for the first single “Beggars.” Check it out below.

“The first half of the song basically portrays a confident and sarcastic mindset of convincing yourself that you don’t need someone and life will be fine without them,” says drummer Jonathan Costa. “But as as the song progresses, you start to realize more and more that you really miss that person and you’re having trouble moving on without them. The process of getting on with your life isn’t as easy as you expected.”

Ten Cents Short was able to recruit Four Year Strong’s Alan Day to produce and co-write the track after what many young bands would consider a dream senario at Warped Tour in 2014. “The band and I were there passing out demo CDs and flyers with our info on them throughout the day,” says Costa. “We decided to go to the Four Year Strong meet and greet and gave Alan our CD and just asked if they could take the time to listen to it and that we’d really appreciate it. We took a picture and went on with our day. A couple months went by, and Alan ended up leaving us a message in our Facebook inbox asking if we’d be interested in recording with him up in Western MA. The rest is history. Four Year Strong has inspired a lot of the songs we’ve written in the past so this was a huge opportunity for us to get to work one on one with him and his engineer Mike Harmon.”

The lyric video for “Beggars” was created by Zack Williams of ZW Multimedia and pre-orders for Major Steps, Minor Setbacks will be available soon. The remaining four songs on the forthcoming EP were co-written, engineered, mixed, and mastered by Chris Piquette at No Boundaries Studios.



Energy drop lyric video for new song ‘Witching Hour’

Boston based alternative/punk group Energy recently released a brand new song called ‘Witching Hour’. The band will be on tour with Creeper and Puppy in the UK next month.

You can find the lyric video and full tour dates below.



Coast To Coast (pop-punk) release lyric video for new song “Heredity”

Birmingham punk band Coast to Coast have released a lyric video for their brand new song “Heredity,” and you can watch it below.

Commenting on their new single ‘Heredity’ vocalist Keiran Hyland explained:

“These lyrics were probably the most emotional and honest I have ever written, listening back to recordings always leaves me with a lump in my throat, however, I am super excited to play this one live and transfer those emotions into a live performance. The song is based on my relationship with my dad and links in with some of the other tracks on the EP. I never had a bad relationship with him but I often feel like I didn’t appreciate him enough or spend as much time as I should have with him. The lyrics explain how it is important to spend valuable time with your loved ones and not take them for granted, I didn’t realise how selfish I had been until I moved back in with my dad when I had nowhere else to go. A personal favourite lyric is “I look more like you every day” which is a reference to how many people have told me I look and act like my dad more and more recently, that’s not a bad thing, I’m very proud of that”.

“Heredity” will appear on the band’s upcoming EP, The Length of a Smile, which is due for release on March 24th on Fox Records, and will serve as the follow-up to the EP Dwell, which was released last April.