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Self Defense Family streaming new song – “Brittany Murphy In 8 Mile”

New York post-hardcore act Self Defense Family are now streaming a new track, “Brittany Murphy In 8 Mile,” over at BrooklynVegan. Check it out right here.

The song is off the band’s upcoming so-called “mini LP” (is that an oxymoron, or just a different way to say EP?) Colicky, which is due out September 9th on Iron Pier. You can pre-order a copy here.

Self Defense Family last released their EP, Superior, back in February.



Signals Midwest announce tour and stream new single

Signals Midwest‘s new album At This Age is coming out on September 2nd. The band recently premiered a new song titled “West Side Summer,” which you can stream here.

Today, they announced some tour dates and released another new track called “Should Have Been a Painter.” You can check both of those things out below.

Signals Midwest last released an acoustic EP titled Wherever I Might Land in July, 2014.



The Reptilian (screamo) stream new song “Old Growth”

Kalamazoo, MI progressive screamo act The Reptilian are getting ready to release their new album End Paths.

To give you an idea of what to expect, you can listen to the first song from the album, “Old Growth,” here.

End Paths is set to be released on September 16th via I.CORRUPT.RECORDS.



Joyce Manor announce US fall tour

California’s Joyce Manor have announced they will be touring the US with The Hotelier and Crying this October. Check out the tour dates below to see if there’s a show near you.

Joyce Manor’s latest album Never Hungover Again came out in 2014 on Epitaph Records.



Lemuria and Looming team up for August tour dates

Lemuria and Looming are teaming up for a handful of tour dates in the middle of next month. Check out the full week-long tour rundown below, plus a few earlier Looming-only dates for good measure.

Lemuria released their third studio album, The Distance Is So Big, all the way back in June 18, 2013 through Bridge Nine Records.



World/Inferno Friendship Society announce more US dates with Culture Shock

Brooklyn circus punks World/Inferno Friendship Society recently announced a string of shows with UK ska-punkers Culture Shock (members of Subhumans, Citizen Fish). The band has added more dates to that tour, increasing the length of the run to just over two weeks across America.

You can view the full list of dates and locations below.

The band’s latest album This Packed Funeral was released on November 11th, 2014 through Alternative Tentacles. Culture Shock’s Attention Span was released via Alternative Tentacles June 15.



New Music: Signals Midwest – “West Side Summer”

Ohio rockers Signals Midwest (one of the first bands I fell in love with way back in my tenure here at Dying Scene, for the record) have debuted a brand new track called “West Side Summer.” The track appears on the band’s upcoming album, At This Age. Check it out here.

At This Age is due out  September 2nd through Tiny Engines. It marks the band’s 4th album, serving as a follow-up to 2013′s Light On The Lake. We’ll keep you posted as more details on the record come to light.



Seahaven release new song “Find a Way”

California’s Seahaven have released a new song titled “Find A Way.”  The track will be released on the band’s upcoming album, which should be out in 2017.

Seahaven also announced that 50% of the all of the sales from the single (and  their new T-shirt) made in the first week will be donated to a nonprofit group called Equality Florida to help out with the aftermath of the recent shootings in Orlando, Florida. You can find the song below, and purchase the T-shirt here.

Seahaven last released Reverie Lagoon: Music For Escapism Only in 2014. 



Thrice announce US tour

Thrice have announced a US tour this fall. They will be touring in support of their new album, To Be Everywhere Is to Be Nowhere and you can check out the dates and locations below.

To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere was released on May 27, 2016 through Vagrant Records and is their first album since 2011′s Major/Minor.



The Used announce more 15th anniversary shows

Earlier this yearThe Used embarked on a North American tour for their fifteenth anniversary and it looks like they’re showing no signs of slowing down. The band will be heading out on a second leg of their anniversary tour, once again playing their first two albums (2002′s The Used and 2004′s In Love and Death) over the course of two nights in each city along the way.

You can check out the dates and locations they’ll be playing below.

The Used released a live, acoustic album aptly titled Live and Acoustic at The Palace on April 1, 2016.



Coheed and Cambria announce US tour with Saves the Day and Polyphia

Coheed and Cambria have announced a full US tour for fall 2016. Joining them on the road as opening support will be Saves The Day and Polyphia. You can check out the dates and locations below.

Coheed and Cambria will be touring in support of their latest album, The Color Before The Sun, which was released on October 16, 2015.



You Blew It! release Pulse shooting benefit EP

In response to Sunday’s horrific tradgedy, Florida progressive/emo/whatever band You Blew It! have just released a new EP Pulse. The EP is a collection of B-sides and other unused tracks, and all proceeds will go towards The Centre, Orlando’s largest LGBT centre, which is currently providing support to survivors of the terrible night. Check it out below, and show your support on Bandcamp.



Signals Midwest announce new album “At This Age”

Ohio rockers Signals Midwest have announced they will be releasing a new album titled At This Age on September 2nd through Tiny Engines. You can check out the album’s cover art and tracklist, as well as a teaser video, below.

At This Age will be the band’s 4th album, serving as a follow-up to 2013′s Light On The Lake. We’ll keep you posted as more details on the record come to light.



Brand New hint at dissolution of band

Although it’s hardly anything new as it’s been happening for a few months now, Brand New appears to have confirmed the rumors that they will be breaking up the band in the semi-near future. This morning the band released three new shirts on their website, with one design featuring an inverted cross made of roses with the text “Brand New 2000 – 2018.”

Of course, it could also just be a promotional stunt of some kind. They are, after all, releasing a new album this year. Anyway, you can check out the shirt design below.

Brand New recently released a new song titled “I Am a Nightmare.” They will be also hitting the road with Modest Mouse this summer. You can find the song and more tour info here.

Brand New last released Daisy in 2009 through Interscope Records/DGC.



Thrice premiere new track “Death From Above” off upcoming album “To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere”

Thrice has just premiered a new track off their upcoming album “To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere” which is coming out this week.

The song is entitled “Death From Above” and you can check it out below.

This is the third track from the upcoming work to be debuted to the world, following March’s “Blood On The Sand” and April’s “Black Honey”.

“To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere” is set to be released Marc 27th through Vagrant Records and serves as a follow up to their 2011 album “Major/Minor”.