November 17, 2018:

In recognition of Halloween, Long Island’s Dino Skatepark released a music video called “Boogeyman.”

Dino skatepark band

The song is no simple tune. In fact, the punk band gets heavy in “Boogeyman,” and the song contains a mind-boggling eleven different time changes. Besides the challenging time elements, the song transforms from punk to jazz to heavy metal.

The video was filmed by local videographer Sean Johnson with a lot of input by Dino Skatepark vocalist Dylan Belpanno and drummer Joe Quinn.

Dino Skatepark is a six-piece Progressive Rock band with strong Pop-Punk and Ska-Punk roots. Dino Skatepark finds a way to blend a balance of many different styles and sounds into their music to appeal to as many listeners as possible. The band was formed in 2014 and since then has had a constant drive to produce music and perform their music live.

Dino Skatepark released their five track, debut EP, “Dino Skatepark” in the spring of 2016. One year later, they re-recorded and re-mastered those songs and then added new songs into their latest work titled, “Dino Skatepark: Take Two.”

You can find their music on sites such as iTunes, Spotify, YouTube, SoundCloud, Pandora and Bandcamp.

You can follow Dino Skatepark on Bandsintown, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to keep up with their upcoming shows. Stay tuned for more upcoming releases in 2018!

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