By Robolitious

Video Premiere: Wicked Bears (SLC Pop Punk) “2049”

Dying Scene is proud to premiere the brand new lyric video for “2049,” the first single from Wicked Bears‘ forthcoming album Tuning Out. It features flying cars, satellites, and lots of words (because it’s a lyric video). Fans of Masked Intruder, Teenage Bottlerocket and the like will eat this up. Take a look below! Tuning […]

By Robolitious

Wicked Bears to Release Full-Length Album on October 13th

Salt Lake City pop punk band Wicked Bears announced the release of their first full-length album, “Tuning Out,” on October 13th through Hidden Home Records. To celebrate, the band is doing a release show at the Beehive Social Club in SLC with fellow Hidden Home band Pop Warner and locals Cat Ghost, Formerly Known as […]

By Ben Kaye

Canadian punks Tough Age share the Origins of their new single “Me in Glue”: Stream

Photo by Colin Medley Origins is a recurring new music feature in which an artist charts the influence of their latest hit single. There comes a point where moving through life is no longer as simple as lather, rinse, repeat. Terribly powerful as it is, your mind can trap you in place, its thoughts weighing […]

By Michelle Geslani

Joyce Manor and Wavves announce North American co-headlining tour

Joyce Manor photo by Carlo Cavaluzzi / Wavves photo by Heather Kaplan Lace up those Vans ’cause two of pop punk’s premier acts are hitting the road together this fall. Today, Joyce Manor and Wavves have announced a North American co-headlining tour that’s set to run from October 20th to November 22nd. Cities such as San […]

By Michelle Geslani

Peter Dinklage was in a “sardonic” New York punk band called Whizzy

Photo via Steve Eichner/Getty Images Long before he became everyone’s favorite drunk, funniest Lannister, and trusted advisor to the Queen Daenerys Targaryen, actor Peter Dinklage was entertaining audiences as the frontman of Whizzy, a ’90s-era punk/rap/funk band from New York. Yup, Game of Thrones’ ties to the music world are actually way, way cooler than […]

By Ben Kaye

Hüsker Dü share huge Savage Young Dü box set with loads of previously unreleased material: Stream

Chicago reissue label Numero Group will give fans a comprehensive look at the early days of Hüsker Dü when they release the massive Savage Young Dü box set this November 10th. Compiled over seven years from tapes and early demos, the 69-track collection is already being streamed in full over at NPR. Available as four LPs or three […]

By Matt Melis

Album Review: Death from Above – Outrage! Is Now

If you take 10 years off between records, you might as well be starting from scratch. That was certainly the case for Death from Above 1979, whose first album (2004’s You’re a Woman, I’m a Machine) helped define the dance-punk years with its jet-powered collection of thrashable love songs. That record was rightly beloved and, […]

By Ben Kaye

Bully are “Running” from their emotions on new single: Stream

Photo by Alysse Gafkjen Bully are back with the second single off their forthcoming sophomore album, Losing. The follow-up to 2015’s Feels Like, due out October 20th (via Sub Pop), was first previewed with the manic “Feel the Same”. Today, the CoSigned Nashville act is back with another candid pop-punk examination of mental wellness called “Running”. “Overall, ‘Running’ is […]

By Ben Kaye

Rancid perform “Ghost of a Chance” on Conan: Watch

Stephen King was probably tuning into TBS last night because his favorite band Rancid were the musical guests on Conan. The ska punk legends were there to promote their latest album, Trouble Maker, with a performance of the surprisingly uplifting “Ghost of a Chance”. With Lars Frederiksen delivering a killer solo and drummer Branden Steineckert wearing a rainbow […]