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Dustin Kensrue (Thrice) announces live covers album “Thoughts That Float On A Different Blood”

Thrice frontman Dustin Kensrue has just announced that on March 18th he’ll release a live covers album titled “Thoughts That Float On A Different Blood”. You can pre-order it here.

Kensrue released his last solo album, Carry The Fire, April 21, 2015 through Staple Records and Vagrant Records.



Brian Fallon (Gaslight Anthem) streams new song “Smoke” off upcoming solo album

Brian Fallon, front man of The Gaslight Anthem (also The Horrible Crows and Molly and the Zombies) is streaming “Smoke”, a brand new song off his upcoming solo album, “Painkillers”. Check it out below.

“Painkillers” is set to drop March 11th via Island Records.

For those of you who may have missed it, Gaslight Anthem announced they were going on hiatus last July.



Tom DeLonge announces release date for new book ‘Sekret Machines: Chasing Shadows’, launches pre-order bundles

Tom DeLonge sure has bounced back from the blink-182 fallout. A few months ago he revealed that he would be co-authoring a series of books with AJ Hartley called Sekret Machines and now he’s announced that the first novel in the planned trilogy, Chasing Shadows will be released on April 5, 2016. The novel, which is allegedly based on actual events, will be released in both physical and digital formats, and be accompanied by a new Angels & Airwaves EP, also titled Chasing Shadows.

There are several pre-order bundles available at DeLonge’s website, To the Stars. You can check them out here.

DeLonge released a solo album, To the Stars… Demos, Odds, and Ends on April 20, 2015. As a member of Angels & Airwaves, he also released the …Of Nightmares EP on October 6, 2015, which is a part of a larger multi-media project that also includes (but is not limited to) Angels & Airwaves’ 2014 album, The Dream Walker, the 2014 short film, Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker, and DeLonge’s Young Adult novel, Poet Anderson: Of Nightmares.



Michale Graves announces lengthy US tour

Michale Graves, frontman for the late-90s/early-00s era Misfits, has announced a very lengthy tour in support of his latest solo effort, “When Worlds Collide.” The jaunt kicks off February 20th in Albany and circumnavigates the bulk of the United States before winding down May 7th in New Jersey. Check out the full rundown below.

“When Worlds Collide was released late last month via Hydraulic Entertainment, and was primarily a Kickstarter-funded project. It serves as follow up to 2013′s crowd-sourced “The Lost Skeleton Returns.”



Billy Liar streaming benefit split with Paper Rifles

Edinburgh, Scotland solo folk punk act Billy Liar is streaming his split with Paper Rifles  in its entirety. The split benefits Refugee Survival Trust. The RST was set up in 1996 as a reaction to the problem of refugees and asylum claimants being made destitute in Scotland. Grants made by the RST either alleviate poverty and destitution, or help refugees and asylum claimants to overcome obstacles in accessing educational and employment opportunities.

You can stream the split below.

The release is available digitally and on CD, and released via three awesome, independent Scottish labels, Make That A Take Records (Dundee), Anti-Manifesto (Edinburgh) and Struck Dum Records (Aberdeen). Billy Liar released his newest live record, Lies Lied Live on on Sept. 11 through Make-That-A-Take Records. Paper Rifles released Live at Tape Studio on Sept. 15.



Tim Armstrong to appear on The X-Files

It’s being reported that Rancid‘s Tim Armstrong will guest star on an upcoming episode of Fox’s revival series of The X-Files. According to IMDb, Armstrong will play “The Trashman” in the episode, ”Home Again,” which will air on February 8, 2016.

Armstrong has reportedly been working on a new album with Rancid. The band’s latest album was 2014′s Honor Is All We Know.

 



Jeff Rosenstock announces Australian dates for world tour

Jeff Rosenstock is headed out on a “last minute world tour” with the full band. So far, the band are only announcing a string of dates in Australia. Check out those dates below.

At least for the Australian leg of the tour, Jeff Rosenstock will be joined by Antarctigo Vespucci and Camp Cope. Tickets are on sale right now over here.

Jeff Rosenstock last released We Cool in March 2015 via Side One Dummy Records.



Chuck Ragan to release “The Flame In The Flood” soundtrack next week

If you’ve followed Chuck Ragan for any length of time, but particularly over the last year-or-so, you’re probably aware that he’s been working on the soundtrack to a video came called The Flame In The FloodHere’s proof. Anyway, at long last, the release of the soundtrack to that very game is finally immanent, as it’s due out next Thursday, February 4, 2016, via Ragan’s own Ten Four Records.

The Flame In The Flood features Ragan and his band, The Camaraderie, and was co-produced by Ragan and his bandmates in the Camaraderie, the inimitable Todd Beene. The album also features appearances by such other inimitable acts as Cory Branan, Adam Faucett, and Jon Snodgrass. Stay tuned for order information. Oh, and make sure you catch Ragan and Branan on their upcoming tour right here (we’ll see you out at a couple of those shows, no doubt).



Kyle Trocolla premieres video for “Three Chords and the Truth”

Folk-punk singer-songwriter, Kyle Trocolla, just premiered his video for “Three Chords and the Truth” on Blank TV. The song, calling to the history of punk rock, and remembering those who have passed, is the fifth track on his debut album, The Stranger, which was released on Altercation Records.

Straight from Newtown, CT, Trocolla combines country roots with punk rock lyrical content to make for a unique sound. He also plays with punk band Two Fisted Law. The video was directed by Tamboia.

You can check out the video below.



Brian Fallon releases video for song off of upcoming debut solo album

It’s been about four months now since The Gaslight Anthem announced they were going on hiatus, and already front man Brian Fallon (also from The Horrible Crows and Molly and the Zombies) has already announced a debut solo album. The album is called “Painkillers” and is set to drop in March of this year via Island Records.

He recently released a video for his song “A Wonderful Life” which comes off the new album. It is a really rad video and you can watch it as well as check out the track list, some tour dates, and another song off of the album entitled “Nobody Wins” below.  



Into It. Over It. streams new song “No EQ”

Evan Weiss, aka Into It. Over It., is streaming a new song from his upcoming album Standards. You can listen to “No EQ” and find details on Weiss’ upcoming US tour below.

Standards is set to release on March 11th through Triple Crown Records. It will be Into It. Over It.’s 3rd LP, serving as a follow-up to 2013′s Intersections.



Chris Farren covers The Supremes’ “You Can’t Hurry Love”

Chris Farren of Fake Problems, Antarctigo Vespucci, and various other bands is streaming a cover of The Supremes’ 1966 classic “You Can’t Hurry Love.” Give the track a listen below.

This cover will be appearing on the Artistic Integrity Records compilation Not the Same Old Songs: A Tribute to Motown, which releases in early 2016. Pre-orders are available here.



Tom Delonge co-authors new book series “Sekret Machines”

Well, looks like Tom Delonge of Blink 182 fame is keeping himself busy as usual. In addition to his ongoing work with solo work and Angels & Airwaves it looks like the ex Blink 182 singer is now co-authoring an entire series of books called “Sekret Machines” about, you guessed it, Tom’s favorite subject – UFOs.

Here’s the excerpt:

For those who know… that something is going on… The witnesses are legion, scattered across the world and dotted through history, people who looked up and saw something impossible lighting up the night sky. What those objects were, where they came from and who—or what—might be inside them is the subject of fierce debate and equally fierce mockery so that most who glimpsed them came to wish they hadn’t.

Most, but not everyone.

Among those who, like the toll of a bell that can’t be un-rung, know what they’ve seen, and are forever changed by it, are a soldier, a socialite, a pilot, and a prisoner. From the waning days of the 20th century’s final great war to the fraught fields of Afghanistan to the otherworldly secrets hidden amid Nevada’s dusty neverlands—the truth that is out there will propel each of them into a labyrinth of otherworldly technology and the competing aims of those who might seek to prevent—or harness—these beings of unfathomable power. Because, as it turns out, we are not the only ones who can invent and build…and destroy.

Featuring actual events and other truths drawn from sources within the military and intelligence community, Tom DeLonge and A.J. Hartley offer a tale at once terrifying, fantastical and perhaps all too real. Though it is, of course, a work of… fiction?



DS Staff Picks – Bizarro Dustin’s Top Albums of 2015

My bathroom selfie game was strong in 2015.

The end of the year is always my favorite time of year because who doesn’t love massaging their own ego while talking about their favorite records? It’s wonderful to see everyone showing off their tastes in music, often times thought of as superior, and I love every moment of it. We were told directly by Dying Scene head honcho Johnny X that we had to stick to writing a simple list of 10 albums this year, but I decided to go in a different direction because anarchy. But also because I wrote this before he gave any guidelines.

You can jump into my self-indulgence below.

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Henry Rollins and Stephen Colbert perform ‘hardcore’ version of “Carol Of The Bells”

Punk-rock, household-name Henry Rollins got thoroughly into the seasonal spirit on Wednesday night’s The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. 

The legendary frontman teamed up with the show’s host to deliver a festive cover of “Carol Of The Bells”, the pair complete with matching, personalized Christmas jumpers.

You can watch the performance below.