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Singers from Bayside, Saves The Day, Thursday and more come together for Dayton, Ohio

The great city of Dayton, Ohio has been hit with back to back tragedies this year. With the unthinkable event that took place earlier this month, when an active shooter opened fire in the city’s Oregon District and killed nine people and injured dozens more. As if that wasn’t enough Dayton was also ravaged earlier this summer by fifteen tornadoes on Memorial Day.

So suffice it to say the community could use a little morale boost as well as a helping hand, and enter the great singers of Bayside, Saves The Day, Thursday and more to be a part of Dayton United: A Benefit For The Dayton Foundation. The event will take place August 28th, at the Dayton Masonic Live.

If you’re in the area be sure to head on over and support this great cause. Check out this acoustic version of Bayside’s “Sick, Sick, Sick” below to get you in the mood.



Introducing the Crapsons’ CrapFest (UK): A Punk Rock All-Dayer of “Friends, Families, and Fellow Idiots”

We’re all about promoting the little guy with a grand plan here at DyingScene and following that train of thought, we though we’d share with you an event that caught our eye recently.

The hopefully ironically-titled CrapFest launches this year in the UK city of Liverpool. The event will take place at the city’s Phase One venue on 25th August and features an eclectic stack of bands looking to leave their stain on the once acclaimed European Capital of Culture. Whereas many all-dayers these days have a clear overarching theme, CrapFest is varied to say the least.

The brainchild of featured two piece Crapsons, Mike and Andy, the event is clearly looking to bring together a host of bands that don’t generally fit into a particular genre/scene; maybe they don’t want to fit with anything. Liverpool has a long history of promoting unique and interesting music and this will be no different.

Headlined by punk rockers Healthy Junkies and featuring the always-raucous Habits, Crapsons themelves, Salt The Snail, and Mr. Ted to name a few, the all-dayer has already sold out of its lower-priced early bird tickets but there are full price ones still available. If you’re keen to get involved in this diverse cluster-fuck of a show, don’t sleep on it!

You can find all ticket and other information for CrapFest here. You can also see the full lineup on the promotional poster below, as well as some words from the team behind the event.



SBAM Festival Announces Full Lineup for Its 2019 Fall Edition

Proving that amazing festivals don’t need to wait until summer, SBÄM Fest has just announced its Fall Edition’s full 2019 lineup. The event is being held on November 1 and 2 in Wels, Austria. From the recent announcement, it looks like it’s going to be a cracker. 

Comprising the bill will be The Bouncing Souls, Raised Fist, No Fun At All, Guttermouth, Guns ‘N’ Wankers, Rentokill, Iron Chic, Death By Stereo, and a bunch more besides.

You can check out the full lineup from SBÄM Fest on the tour poster below and all ticket information is available here



69 Enfermos (Skate Punk, Brazil) Detail Summer European Tour

Brazilian skate punk act 69enfermos are hitting Europe for the second time this summer. The band will play 16 dates including festival appearances at Brakrock, Punk Rock Holiday, Paris Punk Rock Summer, Free & Easy Festival, Starák Fest and Punk Rock Schamus in Austria.

You can check out the full list of shows on the band’s tour poster below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Chris Fox (Skate Punk) Releases New Track “Photography” From Upcoming Album

Well, here’s some news that’s sure to make your Friday! Chris Fox (Boss’ Daughter, Vampirates) is releasing his second full-length album on August 2nd! Like his debut album, this newest offering (released via Voted Best Records) is titled Chris Fox and was written, produced and recorded by the man himself! It was recorded between May 2018 and May 2019 during minimal time off between tours, and in random locations across the west coast. Mr. Fox continues on his normal path of stripped down and built back up punk songs about friends, drinking, not drinking, and a slew of other relatable topics. The new eleven track LP includes the smash singles “All That I Know” “Help To Forget” and features art by the endlessly talented Joey Souza. The debut single, “Photography” was just released today on all your favorite digital music sites. But, if you wanna cram it in your ears now, (and peep the Photography Tour 2019 schedule as well as the track list) without all of the laborious clicking, head on down below!

*Side Note: Fox Land sounds AMAZING!!



Mercy Union have van broken into, gear/belongings stolen before first EU/UK tour show

I feel like we need a dedicated “stolen gear” category under which to start filing stories, because here we go again. This time, the victims are longtime friends of not just ours, but lots of people in the scene: Jersey’s Mercy Union.

Here’s how the band’s frontman Jared Hart explains what happened on the very first day of their first EU/UK tour:

We’ve been in less London for less than 24 hrs and I’m writing the same post I wrote in 2011. We decided to go to Camden to get lunch quick before loading into the first show. We parked across the street in a Morrisson’s supermarket with 24/7 cctv, backed up to a fence, and a wood divider between the cabin and gear. We were gone for about 45 minutes. When we came back someone had removed a piece of the back door and pooped the back door open. They took gear, personal belongings, and merch. If anyone can share this or keep an eye out for any of the thing in these pictures or on this list, it would be greatly appreciated. We’re going to attempt to do these shows the best we can. Thanks in advance.

-Sommatone branded telecaster- black on back, sunburst on front. Tortoise shell pickguard in gator hardcase
-1978 Fender Pbass Sunburst, pink strap in skb hard case w/stickers
-marshall jcm 900
-ampeg portaflex solid state head
-pedal board in “Grenade” rolling bag
-boss Tu-2 tuner x2
-boss Blues driver
-jhs klon klone
-ehx holy grail reverb
-empress tape delay
-waleus aetos power supply
-strymon timeline
-strymon bigsky
-solodallas storm pedal
-earthquaker speaker cranker
-peterson strobostomp
-voodoo labs pedal power 4×4
-sans amp
-2 pearl kick pedals
-telefunken m80 microphone
-senheiser 838 microphone
-samsonite rolling suitcase filled with merch (tshirts and records)

Personals
-black jansport backpack
-amazon brand rolling carry on bag
-late 2013 macbook pro 15”
-2012 macbook pro 
-sony aplha a6000
-1 US passport

The band’s first show did take place earlier tonight after the event, and they’re doing their best to piece things together going forward. If you’re interested in kicking in to the GoFundMe page that’s been started on their behalf, you can do so right here.

Mercy Union’s ripper of a debut album, The Quarry, was released late last year.

 



The Penske File get their van and all their gear stolen in Montreal

I really, really, really hate writing stories like this, and I’ve had to way too often.

The Penske File, who are incredibly nice dudes not to mention a juggernaut of a live band and whom we just saw lay waste to the Nick Alexander Stage at Frank Turner‘s Lost Evenings III last Friday, had their van stolen outside a club in Montreal yesterday. To make matters worse, all of the trio’s gear – and we do mean all of it – was inside the van when it was parked outside a club BEFORE the band’s performance at Pouzza Fest. Here’s the rundown of what was inside:

List of stolen stuff
– Gibson SG
– Fender Telecaster
– Fender Jazzbass
– Taylor Acoustic Guitar
– Vox AC30
– Fender guitar amp
– Traynor bass head 
– Custom UDrum Drum Kit
– Cymbals
– Snare
– Drum Hardware
– Guitar cables and pedal boards
– Banner
– 3 passports
– $500 USD cash
– Personal bags
– iPad

This is just about the worst case scenario for any band, let alone a band full of DIY road warriors. If you’re able to help, there’s a GoFundMe with some more information here.

The Penske File’s latest album, Salvation, was released last year on Stomp Records.

(CORRECTION: This story initially indicated that the fellas gear was stolen after their gig. This was incorrect, and the result of yours truly misreading a post on another band’s social media. This means that The Penske File had all their shit stolen BEFORE they played at Pouzza, and had to borrow all their gear and play a set under the weight of the fact that literally all of their shit got stolen. Bravo, fellas. Sorry for the error on the first draft.)



Choking Victim Adds Stacked Second Night at Market Hotel

Photo by Jeff Schaer-Moses Photography
Choking Victim at their last New York City headlining set October 30, 2016.

As if the excitement wasn’t high enough for one Choking Victim show in New York City on June 14,  Scenic Presents decided to hit the Big Apple off with another dose of Crack Rock Steady on June 15. The Friday night lineup was already completely ridiculous with the Crack Rock Steady originators being joined by The Pist, All Torn Up, Trashy, and Eve Minor.  But the Saturday night rowdy down has to be one of the best punk lineups to hit the Empire City in a decade and it’s all devoid of corporate dollars as all Scenic shows are.

For the second night of musical mayhem, Scenic went out and tapped the otherworldly entertaining World/Inferno Friendship Society, Philadelphia heavy-hitters Soul Glo, New Jersey’s wildest in Crazy & the Brains, and Wisconsin’s own folk-punks We the Heathens. Anyone of these bands as direct support for Choking Victim is already an unbelievably stacked bill, but all of them together following what is a wild lineup on the June 14th show … it’s like true love, this doesn’t happen every day.

Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door, and they will be on sale tomorrow. This one is going to sell out so get ’em early. … can you hear that? It’s the WIFS faithful chanting “Tonight, we’re gonna, fuck shit up!” before Jack and Scott lead an uproarious crowd in obliterating Bushwick’s Market Hotel.

 



Alternative Tentacles Announce Vinyl Subscription Service

California label Alternative Tentacles are celebrating their 40th Anniversary with a special vinyl subscription service, whereupon you will receive every single from the label, as they are released, all through 2019. The cost is a mere $99 plus shipping, and releases will include The Silver Machine, eX-Girl, Dead Ending, The Darts, The World/Inferno Friendship Society, Tsunami Bomb,  and more.

The nine planned releases will be sent to subscribers before they are available to the public, and are a great deal for Alternative Tentacles fans. You will also get an exclusive 9th release for subscribers only. The more people sign up for this program, the more unique and exclusive this mystery release will be.

You can sign up and start receiving the singles here.



Anti-Flag Release Short Documentary, “Power To The Peaceful”; Announce Tour

As they are about to head out on a tour of Europe, political punks Anti-Flag have released a fifteen-minute documentary titled, “Power To The Peaceful” on YouTube, exploring the band’s ways of dealing with the rise of fascism, anti-immigration policy, and a general lack of empathy in the era of Trump.

The tour dates and the documentary video can be found below.



Former Members of Dag Nasty form new group Field Day

Peter Cortner and Doug Carrion performed on Dag Nasty’s iconic recordings Wig Out at Denko’s and Field Day and played some 300 shows with the band in the late 80’s.  The guys wanted fans to be able to hear these classic songs live as much as possible, but due to scheduling and geographic conflicts, this was becoming much harder than everyone would have liked.  After a conversation with Brian Baker, it was decided that Doug and Peter would forge ahead under the name Field Day along with Mark Phillips from Down By Law.

The group has announced that they plan play a select number of East Coast and West Coast shows in late August 2019, and they will also be releasing new music in 2020.  We will be sure to keep you all updated once those dates have been announced, as well as any new music that comes from the group.



New Album/Stream: Check out Abolitionist’s “Ugly Feeling” For Free/Pay What You Want

Abolitionist, the hardcore-ish, post-ish, pop-punk-ish outfit from the city of Portland, OR, have released their new album Ugly Feeling on Bandcamp for free/pay what you want. These Northwesterners have been swinging for the fences this year, as this new album follows up their previous 2019 release A New Militance (see review here).

We have a stream below, but click here if you wanna go straight to Bandcamp and grab it for yourself. Word on the street, after a couple tour runs, Abolitionist will be going on an indefinite hiatus, so keep your eyes peeled for tour dates near your hometown.



Avail to reunite for “Over The James” 21st anniversary show in Richmond

Well holy hell, boys and girls; hell, it would seem, has frozen over…Avail are back!

In spite of years of insisting it wouldn’t happen, the ground-breaking Richmond, Virginia band are reassembling for a 21st anniversary show in honor of their 1998 album Over The James. The gig will feature the original OTJ-eralineup of Tim Barry, Joe Banks, Beau Beau, Gwomper, and Erik Larson. It marks the first Avail show in more than eleven years and that particular lineup’s first show together in what I’m pretty sure is more like 19 or 20 years. It’s all going down  Friday, July 19th at The National in their hometown of Richmond, and features support from Iron Reagan and Asylum. Tickets are on sale this coming Friday (March 29th) at 10am Eastern at this here link, so plan your sick time accordingly.

Over The James was initially released on April 7, 1998, on Lookout Records, and was later released by Jade Tree a couple years later. Avail’s final release was their 2002 Fat Wreck Chords full-length Front Porch Stories. Let’s keep our fingers crossed for more of these dates in the very, very near future. If I were a betting man…



New Band Alert!! Amyl and The Sniffers can’t be muzzled

If you aren’t listening to Amyl and The Sniffers yet, I feel sorry for you… or I envy you, because that just means you still get to discover them. Let me guide you along your punk rock journey. I will gladly be your sherpa.

Amyl and the Sniffers is a Melbourne punk-as-fuck band for fans of Dead Boys and The Stooges, with a lead singer that sounds like a much angrier Courtney Barnett. They recently graced the cover of Razorcake Magazine, and are currently rounding out a U.S. expedition before heading across the pond for an eighteen date stroll through Europe.

Their latest single, Monsoon Rock was just released on March 6 through Flightless Records (Australia), ATO Records (America) and Rough Trade Records (everywhere else), and if you don’t know, now you M*%#@’ F*$#%!^’ know!!!

Check out their bandcamp page here, and stream that shizzzzzzzzz on Spotify. Give the song “Some Mutts Can’t be Muzzled” a listen and let me know what you think.

photo by @lacay.o



Blink-182 announces details about upcoming album

Blink-182 fans rejoice? Travis Barker, drummer to the stars has announced some details about the upcoming Blink-182 album. The band worked with writing partners John Feldmann of Goldfinger and Pharrell. I know, I know, how damn punk rock does that sound?! But they have announced the new album will be released before the upcoming Warped Tour shows, and to quote Travis (can he have a single name too?) “the same vibe” as Blink-182 from 2003. While not a huge Blink-182 fan I suppose it’s always good to know they are still at it. No exact release date has been announced, but one can only hope it’s out before former band mate Tom Delonge finds those pesky aliens. 

Blink-182 last released California back in 2016. Their first new music without Delonge and their first new music with Matt Skiba of Alkaline Trio.