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Hilarious Video: Henry Rollins breaks down Dr. Suess’s ‘Oh, The Places You Will Go’

Black Flag and punk rock legend Henry Rollins has done a deep deconstruction of Dr. Suess’s Oh the Places You’ll Go!, diving into its twisted tale of American economics and class. By the five minute mark I knew this was going to be priceless, and by the ten minute mark I was in stitches. You’ve got to love Rollins for his wit and intelligence.

Check the video out below.



Kevin Seconds streaming new solo song “Please Write A Song Of Hope”

Kevin Seconds of 7Seconds fame is streaming a new song called “Please Write A Song Of Hope.”

You can give it a listen below.

Kevin’s latest solo album Off Stockton came out on February 18th through Rise Records. 7Seconds’ new album Leave a Light On was released on May 27th through Rise Records.



Chad Bandit releases music video for “Missing Muse”

Acoustic-punk solo artist Chad Bandit has release a video for his song “Missing Muse.” The song is the first single off Bandit’s upcoming album, Black Heart and you can watch the video below.

Bandit will release Black Heart on July 14, 2016. It will be the follow up to his debut, The Morning After, which was released in March 2015.



Mikey Erg streams new album ‘Tentative Decisions’

Mikey Erg is streaming his upcoming solo album Tentative Decisions in full. You can give it a listen below.

Tentative Decisions will be released on June 24, 2016 through Don Giovanni Records.



Brandon Reilly (The Movielife) streams new song “That’s So Millennial”

Brandon Reilly, the guitarist of The Movielife and frontman of Nightmare of You, has released a solo track called “That’s So Millennial,” which you can listen to right here.

Brandon Reilly is currently on tour with Vinnie Caruana (also of the Movielife).  You can check out those tour dates below.



Stream new album “ScreamerSongwriter” from folk-punk artist Stoj Snak

Today we’re proud to bring you an exclusive stream of Aalborg based acoustic-punk Stöj Snak‘s ucpcoming album ScreamerSongwriter. This is his first full-length album and serves as a follow-up to his EP Happitalism released in February.

Stream it below.

For those of you not in the know, Stöj Snak is the solo project of Niels H. Sörensen of the melodic hardcore band Mighty Midgets.

ScreamerSongwriter is due out June 9th. Pre-order it here.



Vinnie Caruana releases music video for “We Don’t Have To Die Alone”

Vinnie Caruana, frontman of The Movelife and I Am the Avalanche, has released a music video for his new song “We Don’t Have To Die Alone” and you can check it out below.

The tune will appear on his upcoming debut solo album “Survivor’s Guilt” due out May 27th on Equal Vision Records.



Stadium Way (acoustic Noi!se side project) release music video for “Shadows”

Stadium Way, an acoustic side project from Noi!se vocalist Matt Henson and Noi!se drummer Kenny Dirkes, have just dropped a music video for a fantastic song called “Shadows” and you can check it out below.

“Shadows”, featuring organs from Interrupters’ Kevin Bivona, will appear on the duo’s upcoming 4 song 7″ slated for release soon via Pirates Press/ Randale Records.



Scorpios (Joey Cape, Jon Snodgrass & Brian Wahlstrom) recording new album

According to Lagwagon frontman Joey Cape, Scorpios (his side-project with Jon Snodgrass and Brian Wahlstrom) has a new album in the works. All we know about the record right now is they began recording it on May 15th, but we’ll keep you posted as more details surface.

This will be the band’s first album without Tony Sly, who passed away in 2012. Their debut album was released in 2011.



Mikey Erg streams new song “Apart Time”

Mikey Erg is streaming another new song from his upcoming solo album Tentative Decisions. You can give “Apart Time” a listen below.

Tentative Decisions is set to release on July 24th through Don Giovanni Records. Check out the previously unveiled “Comme Si About Me” here.



DS Interview: Louise Distras on the eve of her first headline US tour

UK-based folk-punk singer/songwriter, and Dying Scene favorite, Louise Distras is headed out on her first string of headline shows in the US in the very near future…as in, she plays her first such gig today in Los Angeles. We caught up with Distras for an impromptu interview late last night and spun it around for publication this morning in preparation for tonight’s show. Check out our conversation below; never quite done one like this before, but we think it came out pretty entertaining!

Distras is still touring in support of her debut full length album, Dreams From The Factory Floor, which came out in the US via Pirates Press just about a year ago. You can check out her tour dates below as well, just underneath our Q&A!



DS Exclusive Stream: Andrew Cream – ‘Violent Minds’

Leeds based folk-punk Andrew Cream is getting ready to release his anticipated debut album Self-Portrait on the 8th of June through his own label ‘Scene Better Days‘ and in support of this is releasing a new single ‘Violent Minds’.

To support his new album, Cream will also be hitting the road in support of Self-Portrait. 

You can hear an exclusive stream of Violent Minds, and check out the tour dates and locations below. You can pre-order Self-Portrait here.



DS Exclusive: Brogues stream debut full length, “Heart + Song”

Dying Scene is stoked to be premiering a cool new release for you. It’s from Brogues, which started as a solo project for Shawn Gardiner, formerly of Morning Glory. Brogues’ debut album, “Heart + Song,” will be released due out tomorrow (May 20th) through Paper + Plastick Records. Here’s what Gardiner says about the album:

“‘Heart and Song’ has a theme that definitely dictates the order of the songs.  It’s all of the ups and downs emotionally that I’ve dealt with within a span of a year.  This began as a solo/songwriting project with no real genre which is why I coined it ‘Loner’s Rock’ - the collection of unique songs and melodies felt internally when you’re alone that have no barrier or limit on emotion or style.”

Stream “Heart + Song” in its entirety below!



Fat Wreck Chords to release unplugged comp “Mild In The Streets”

This is pretty cool. Fat Wreck Chords are going to be putting out an “unplugged” compilation featuring a bunch of Fat bands (or their front men and women) doing stripped down versions of old classics and a few newbies. Here’s the announcement directly from Fat:

We have a new FAT comp! Mild in the Streets: Fat Music Unplugged will be released on July 1st. This is a collection of songs from punk bands and singers who trade in their blaring amps and distortion pedals for acoustic guitars and minimalist arrangements. Jammed with 16 soulful songs, including 5 previously unreleased, this comp is a great listen front to back, and just what we need to get the day rolling. Capped by a bonus track of a full symphony recording of NOFX’s “The Decline,” this new comp is a unique must-have. And a big thanks to all the Fat Record Store fans who appear on the cover! Find your face and tell your friends, you’re on the cover of a FAT record!

Check out the full track list and place a pre-order right here.



Vinnie Caruana announces West Coast tour

Vinnie Caruana has announced West Coast tour dates in support of his upcoming debut solo full length, “Survivor’s Guilt.” Check out the full rundown, including previously announced East Coast tour dates with fellow Movielifer Brandon Reilly, below.

“Survivor’s Guilt” is due out May 27th on Equal Vision Records. You can check out the first three singles from the album right here.