Named after a YMCA summer camp in their hometown of Fenton, Michigan, Copneconic plays a unique brand of garage punk which teeters on the line of mainstream grunge (if that’s still a thing). Their newest album, Generation Parasite (due out digitally on July 28th via Save Your Generation Records) doubles down on this signature slacker rock/power-pop sound with slicker production and well placed, whale sized hooks. Nick Diener of The Swellers (and proprietor of Oneder Studios where the LP was recorded) lent his ear and years of experience to help carve out this head hobbing, stoner approved rock record. So, roll a doobie, head down to your bedroom in your parent’s basement and stream the debut single “Trash” exclusively here at Dying Scene, below!
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