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Live Video: DC Fallout cover “No Brakes” by The Offspring

LA punk band, DC Fallout, recently performed a cover of The Offspring‘s “No Brakes.”

You can watch the performance here.

DC Fallout’s newest EP, “Serf’s Up,” was released on June 28th 2011 via Felony Records.



Phasers On Kill (pop punk) announce West Coast dates w/ DC Fallout, Civil War Rust, more

Tacoma pop punk outfit Phasers On Kill have just released a run of West Coast tour dates. They’ll be playing with the likes of DC Fallout, Civil War Rust, Point Of View, and more. Check out all the dates and locations here.

The band last released their EP “Write Home” in late 2012. Stream it here.



Punk Rock Picnic gets cancelled, bands plan new event “Melodicus Maximus”

This year’s Punk Rock Picnic has unfortunately been cancelled. The event was scheduled to take place place in Long Beach on April 13th to 14th. As a result of this some of the bands that were supposed to play the event have scheduled a new event called “Melodicus Maximus” (A Day of Melodic Punk). “Melodicus Maximus” is set to take place on April 13th at Malone’s Bar and Grill in Santa Ana, CA.

It will feature DC Fallout, Implants, The Shell Corporation, Uncommonmenfrommars, Margate, CPA, Strike Twelve, Lowbrow, Sic Waiting, News From The Front and more.

You check out the event info here.



Dang Records posts free compilation (Random Orbits, The Scandals, DC Fallout)

Dang!Records has posted a free download of a new compilation entitled “We Made This Compilation.” The compilation features songs by Random Orbits, Perdition, Stabbed In Back, DC Fallout, The Scandals, Allout Helter, Samuel Caldwell’s Revenge, Why I Hate and The Pajammas.

You can grab it it here.



Watch a full live set by DC Fallout

Felony Records has posted a full set by DC Fallout. The footage is from Chaser‘s final show which was also DCFO’s bassist Earl’s last show with the band.

You can check it out here.

DC Fallout’s last appeared on a split with Samuel Caldwell’s Revenge, Allout Helter and Perdition entitled “DIY Til Death.” It was released on on February 17th via Dang!Records. The band is currently touring the U.S. You can check out the dates and locations here.



DC Fallout announce U.S. tour dates

Los Angeles based melodic punk act, DC Fallout, have announced U.S. tour dates.

You can check out the dates and locations here.

DC Fallout’s last appeared on a split with Samuel Caldwell’s Revenge, Allout Helter and Perdition entitled “DIY Til Death.” It was released on on February 17th via Dang!Records.



Bassist Earl Carrasco (DC Fallout) quits the band

Los Angeles based melodic punk act, DC Fallout, have announced that their bassist Earl Carrasco has quit the band.

Check out what they had to say here.

DC Fallout’s last appeared on a split with Samuel Caldwell’s Revenge, Allout Helter and Perdition entitled “DIY Til Death.” It was released on on February 17th via Dang!Records.



Brain Storm Zine releases 26-track “Give Back – Volume One” sampler (Gunner’s Daughter, DC Fallout, Elway, more)

Oregon-based print ‘zine Brain Storm is set to release its second volume, and they’re putting out a 26-track sampler to go along with it. Titled “Give Back – Volume One,” the sampler features tracks from the likes of DC Fallout, Elway, Gunner’s Daughter, The Shell Corporation, The Mighty Fine, Crusades and more.

To make matters better, the compilation (which is being put out by 1859Records) serves to benefit the Chintimini Wildlife Center in Oregon. To peruse the whole tracklist, click here. If you want to stream the compilation (or buy/download the digital version), head right here.

Brain Storm’s first issue published in November 2011. Check them out here.



Free Compilation: Give Back Vol 1 – A Benefit for Chintimini Wildlife Center

Lots of great bands have contributed tracks to the “Give Back Vol 1 – A Benefit for Chintimini Wildlife Center” compilation.  The Shell Corporation, French Exit, DC Fallout, Counterpunch, Gunner’s Daughter to name just a few.

100% of this digital compilation’s proceeds benefit The Chintimini Wildlife Center (CWC) in Corvallis, OR. CWC cares for approximately 700 animals a year, at an average cost of $100 per animal. They are dependent on donations and receive no funds from federal, state, county or city agencies. Please consider making a donation! Every dollar helps. Thank you.

You can stream the comp and donate to the cause here.



New Song: Samuel Caldwell’s Revenge – “To Be Determined” off upcoming 4 way split “DIY ’til Death Vol. 1″

Texas punk band Samuel Caldwell’s Revenge are now streaming a brand new song entitled “To Be Determined.”

You can give it a listen here.

The song will appear on their 4 way split with Allout Helter, DC Fallout and Perdition which is due out on February 17th through Dang!Records. Pre-orders are available here.



New Song: DC Fallout – “Election Year” off upcoming 4 way split “DIY ’til Death Vol. 1″

In December we brought you the news that Dang!Records would be releasing a 4-way split, called “DIY ’til Death Vol. 1,” featuring new music from Samuel Caldwell’s Revenge, Allout Helter, DC Fallout and Perdition, on February 17th.

Today, the label has premiered a new song from DC Fallout, entitled “Election Year,” which will be featured on the 4-way split, and you can stream it and pre-order “DIY ’til Death” here.

DC Fallout’s newest EP, “Serf’s Up,” was released on June 28th via Felony Records.



Dang!Records announce “DIY ’til Death Vol. 1” split (DC Fallout, Perdition, Allout Helter, SCR)

The folks at Dang!Records have just announced that “DIY ’til Death Vol. 1”, a 4 way split featuring new music from Samuel Caldwell’s Revenge, Allout Helter, DC Fallout and Perdition, is currently being mastered by Jason Livermore at The Blasting Room and is slated for a February 17th release.

They will have a collection of pre-sale packages beginning next week with one being the Ultimate Dang!Package II (featuring A Screened Record Player!, 1 Vinyl copy of the split, 3 Cd’s of previous Dang!Releases, 4 Posters and a newly designed Dang!Records shirt).

Giddyup!



Margate release new studio video for “Rock n Roll Reserve”, announce record release party

While in the studio creating their newest EP, “Rock n Roll Reserve”, Margate took the time to record a promotional video of the process.  You can watch the video here.

They also announced that they will be hosting a record release party at Los Angele’s Molly Malones Friday Sept16 with DC Fallout.  If interested (and 21+), party starts at 9:30PM and cost $7 to enter.  Cover charge gets you a copy of the EP.



Dang! Records signs two new bands (DC Fallout and Allout Helter); expect new material soon

Texas D.I.Y. punk label Dang! Records have just announced the addition of two new bands to their roster.

LA-based DC Fallout has joined the family and will be heading to the Dang! Studios in early 2012 to record material for a new album.

Denver-based Allout Helter is also now part of the Dang! family. The label will be releasing the band’s upcoming two song EP, “An Hour Made for Arson”, which is due out October 15th.

Dang! Records stated plans to releasing a 4-way split featuring DC Fallout/Samuel Caldwell’s Revenge/Perdition/Allout Helter. The split will feature previously unreleased material from DC Fallout, which was recorded just last month while the band was in Texas.



Cover Art Tuesday: Taking Back Sunday, Set Your Goals, White Wives, more… get your vote on!

Remember when buying an album meant something more than adding a dozen audio files to an already endless collection of impersonal mp3s? It was a time when liner notes actually got read and there was something really special about the art that graced an album’s cover. Today, in an industry dominated by iTunes and Pandora, it seems the cover art of an album is getting a little under-appreciated. Well, we here at Dying Scene aren’t letting the art form die off so easily.

Whether bizarre, beautiful, thought provoking, or hilarious, each Tuesday we will present the most interesting album covers of the week and let you readers vote on which one you think should win “Best Cover Art of the Week!”

Check out the offerings for the week of June 28th right here and get voting!