New punk vinyl releases and reissues (Against Me!, Frenzal Rhomb, NOFX and more)

Hello and welcome to the latest installment of Dying Scene Record Radar! If this is your first time joining us, this is a weekly column where we cover all things punk rock vinyl. So kick off your shoes, grab a few beers, and whip out your wallets, because it’s time to browse through this week’s new releases and re-releases. Let’s go!

Swedish punk veterans Millencolin announced a new album compiling their first two demo tapes from 1993. Due out in early September, Goofy & Melack will be limited to 500 copies on black vinyl, and 240 copies on red vinyl. Pre-order through their online shop begins Thursday, August 4 at 10 a.m. EST.

Anti-Flag just announced their 13th full album. Lies they tell our children. It’s due out on January 6, 2023 and you can pre-order it now here. The record will feature guest appearances from members of Rise Against, Bad Religion and many other bands. The cover art is avant-garde bullshit, which is cool if you’re into that sort of thing. Check out the music video for the first single below.

Asbestos Records put down the venerable Against Me!’s 2007 New wave LP for the first time in six years. This one is limited to 1,000 copies on black/yellow split vinyl. Head to the label online shop to get yours.

To profit from Frontman Tim Barry has announced a new solo album titled spring hill. It’s set to be released on August 12, and it looks like the LP will be available to order on the same day. The “red cloud” variant pictured will only be available at a show he plays in Richmond, Va. on Friday, August 5 (more on that here).

Fat Wreck Chords Repressed Frenzal Rhomb’s Incredible Smoko at the pet food factory. Grease doesn’t usually reveal its colored variants, but my super official sources tell me that’s what this pressing looks like. Take your copy here.

UK melodic punks Darko just announced a new EP titled sparkled. It’s due out on October 21 and you can pre-order it here. The first single “Cruel to Be” is really good; Check out the music video below!

Zia Records has a new exclusive variant of NOFX’s Punk in Drublic, limited to 500 copies on colored vinyl “Transparent Beer With Red Splatter”. You understand here.

New group alert! Bracket’s Angelo Celli has a new project called guilty party and their first 7″ impostor syndrome comes out next month. Check out “Circling the Truth” below, and go here to get your pre-order. If you like Bracket, you’ll like this.

The Homeless Gospel Choir 2020 album This land is your dump has just been suppressed. There are two new variants, each limited to 250 copies. Go here to enter this.

Now that all the cool stuff has been covered, here’s what I listened to… Saving money by not buying every new release gave me a chance to dig up some stuff I haven’t played in a while. moment. The first of this week was Much The Same’s Dropouts never win, a highly underrated punk skate record that will celebrate its 20th anniversary next year. MxPx The moment that always passes from last year’s box set also got some playing time. I also revisited one of my favorite Murderburgers records The 12 Habits of Highly Defective Peopleand the fantastic Civil War Rust debut LP pleasure and loneliness.

That’s it, friends! Thanks, as always, for logging into the Dying Scene Check-In Radar. If there’s anything we missed (most likely), or if you want to let everyone know about a new/upcoming vinyl release you’re excited about, message us on Facebook or Instagram, and we’ll let you know. ‘ll examine. Enjoy your weekend, don’t waste too much money on spinning records. See you next week !

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Jack L. Goldstein