Amuse (pop punk, Indiana) stream new single “Life Sucks”

Indiana pop punkers Amuse are streaming a live video of their latest single “Life Sucks”. The track has been taken from an EP to be released in 2017 of the same name and was performed on Mike Felumlee’s Live From The Rock Room show. 

Check it out below.

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Morning Glory donate new track to tribute album “Long Live Revolution Rock: A Tribute to Cole Michael Plummer”

Morning Glory have responded to requests to provide a track for a tribute to a late fan. Tommy Smith of No Time Records contacted the band after he had the idea to put out a compilation of bands that meant something to his friend who passed away following a freak accident. The track that Morning Glory have provided is previously unreleased and can be enjoyed along with the rest of the release below.

This is a really sweet gesture from No Time Records so definitely show some support and pick a copy up of “Long Live Revolution Rock: A Tribute to Cole Michael Plummer”, if you like what you hear.

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Get The Net (pop punk, New Jersey) stream single “Witch In My Basement”

New Jersey pop punkers Get The Net are allowing fans to stream their latest single “Witch In My Basement”.

You can check out their latest release below.

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Protest The Hero announce Australia and New Zealand tour dates

Some of progressive metal’s most exciting twiddlers Protest The Hero will be joining fans down-under for a group of dates this Spring. You can check out the full list of the Canadian shredders’ tour dates below or on their tour poster.

For those desperate to ensure a ticket to one of the shows, there will be an exclusive fan presale from January, 18th, 2017 at the following link. Those remaining will go up for general sale on the 20th.





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D.R.I. announce Canadian and Northwestern tour dates

Crossover icons D.R.I. have announced a tour of Canada and the West Coast, which will take place in April and May. The dates and locations are below.

D.R.I. last released the EP But Wait…There’s More! this past June through Beer City Records. The EP marks the band’s first set of new material since 1995’s Full Speed Ahead.

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Music Video: M.O.D. – “Busted Broke & American”

Crossover legends M.O.D. have released a music video for their brand new song “Busted, Broke & American”, the title track from their upcoming album, due in March via Megaforce Records. You can check it out below.

Bused, Broke & American will be M.O.D.’s first studio album since 2007’s Red, White & Screwed, and the band recently announced that it will be their final record.

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Watch: Signals Midwest perform “At This Age” for Live From At The Rock Room

Ohio’s Signals Midwest have released the third and final video from their recent Live From The Rock Room session. It’s for “At This Age,” the title track form their latest full length. Check it out below.


At This Age came out in September, 2016 through Tiny Engines. It’s the band’s fourth studio album, following 2013’s Light on the Lake.

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Four Year Strong announce “Rise Or Die Trying” 10th Anniversary Tour

In order to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the release of their sophomore album, Rise Or Die Trying, Massachusetts pop-punk band Four Year Strong have laid out a series of club shows where they’ll play the album in its entirety.

The 20-date (so far) tour has been dubbed “USA Takeover: Volume 1” and it features support from Can’t Swim, Light Years and Sleep On It. The tour kicks off March 10th in Rhode Island; head below for the full itinerary.

Rise Or Die Trying was released in 2007 on I Surrender Records. The band’s latest album was self-titled and was released last year on Pure Noise Entertainment.

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Elvis Depressedly announce West Coast tour dates

North Carolina’s Elvis Depressedly have announced a West Coast US tour run that’s slated to kick off March 16th in Los Angeles, and to finish up ten days later in Boise, Idaho. Head below to catch the full rundown. All dates include support from Erik Phillips, whom you may know better as his former stage name, Cat Be Damned.

Elvis Depressedly’s last release, Holo Pleasures / California Dreamin’,’  came out last June on Run For Cover Records.

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CJ Ramone announces new album, “American Beauty”

Former Ramones bass player CJ Ramone has announced details of his latest solo album!

Entitled American Beauty, the album will mark Ramone’s third solo full-length, following 2014’s Last Chance To Dance and 2012’s Reconquista. It’s due out on St. Patrick’s Day (March 17th, obviously), and like it’s predescessors, it’ll be released by Fat Wreck Chords. For the dozen-song album, Ramone was joined by a pretty awesome backing band consisting of Steve Soto and Dan Root of the Adolescents and Pete Sosa of Street Dogs. Also featured are reported guest appearances by Mariachi El Bronx‘s horn section and (personal favorite) Kate Eldridge of Big Eyes.

Stay tuned for more info on the album and subsequent touring cycles as it becomes available!


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Get Dead perform “Monte Carlo,” “Shook” and “$1000 Bender” on Bridge City Sesisons

During a recent trip through the Pacific Northwest, the Bay Area’s Get Dead performed three songs for the upstart Portland-based Bridge City Sessions. Head below to check out their performances of “Monte Carlo,” “Shook” and “$1000 Bender.”

“Monte Carlo” and “Shook” appear on Get Dead’s most recent album, Honesty Lives Elsewhere, which was released last year on Fat Wreck Chords and is one of the best releases of 2016 according to a handful of your friendly neighborhood Dying Scene staffers. “$1000 Bender” appears on their pre-Fat (2010) self-titled album.

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Postcards From Jane (pop punk) sign to Wilhelm Records, release music video – “Can’t Stop”

Louisiana pop-punk band Postcards From Jane recently signed to Wilhelm Records, and now they have a new music video for their song “Can’t Stop.” Watch it below.

The song is the first single off the band’s upcoming EP, which is due out in early 2017. It will be the band’s first proper EP, having been founded in 2015.

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