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I don’t know if it’s kosher to post about your own compilation on DyingScene or not, but here goes. Today I’ve released a compilation entitled “Lauren’s Awesome Mix Vol. 1.” The purpose is to expose lesser known bands and donate to a good cause. All proceeds go to SPCA in Titusville, FL. The compilation features 75 songs including previously unreleased songs by The Shell Corporation, Deforesters, Sic Waiting and more. Happy Thanksgiving!

You can stream/download it below.

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Street Dogs frontman Mike McColgan and guitarists Lenny Lashley and Matt Pruitt recently sat down with Adam-12 from RadioBDC (that’s Radio Boston-dot-com for those of you who ahnt frum aroun’ heah). The trio were promoting their upcoming appearance at a local fundraiser benefiting a local high school music program on behalf of a “DCT and Okie,” few area kids who passed away all too soon a decade ago. In addition to chatting for a while, they performed acoustic renditions of classic Street Dogs songs “Free” and “Yesterday,” as well as their cover of the Steve Earle track, “Johnny Come Lately.” Check out the video below.

Street Dogs last released a 10-inch split with Noi!se in April through Pirates Press Records.

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The Raging Nathans announce tour dates for South and Midwest

Posted by GinaVenz on Wednesday, November 26, 2014 at 2:15 PM (PST)

Ohio punks The Raging Nathans are touring the South and Midwest this December, and you can check out all the dates below.  They will be playing gigs with Rational AnthemThe Ex-Boyfriends, and more.

The band released their debut full-length album, Losing It, in October, and you can read more about that here.

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Nothington begins recording new LP today

Posted by redscaretoby on Wednesday, November 26, 2014 at 9:45 AM (PST)

Looks like we can expect some new music from San Francisco punks Nothington soon.  The band will begin recording their next album today in San Francisco at Motor Studios (Dead To Me, NOFX, Propagandhi). Steve Rizun (the guy who is responsible for making The Flatliners sound EXTRA badass) is behind the knobs on this one, and they’re hoping to have it out on Red Scare by next Spring.

Nothington’s last full-length, “Borrowed Time”, was released in 2011 also on Red Scare.  We’ll keep you posted as more details are released.

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Happy Fangs to release debut full-length “Capricorn”

Posted by Jonathan Lyte on Wednesday, November 26, 2014 at 8:04 AM (PST)

San Fransisco punk/rock band Happy Fangs have announced that their debut full-length Capricorn is scheduled to release on January 27th, 2015. The group has released the first single called “Contagious” and the full track listing for the album as well as a short statement about the album, all of which you can check out below.

Capricorn serves as a follow-up to the group’s 2013 self-titled EP, their very first release as a band.

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O.C. punk rockers Apathy Cycle (ex-Intro5spect) are streaming their new EP Critical Thinking online now. Listen to the album below.

The EP includes four new songs, including a Fugazi cover (“Great Cop”), as well as featuring MC Devlin of Mad Conductor and No Cash on “GroupThink Different.”

Apathy Cycle are also about to embark the “Critical Thinking Tour,” lasting the rest of the year. Check out these dates below as well.

Critical Thinking was released today, November 25th, and serves a follow-up to last year’s Clockwork County EP.

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Swedish skate punks Atlas Losing Grip have announced that their vocalist Rodrigo Alfaro is no longer in the band, and that he was replaced by Niklas Olsson a few weeks ago. You can read a statement from the band below.

In conjunction with this news, the band has also announced their ”Currents World Tour,” where the band will be touring Europe to support their upcoming album Currents, their first album with their new singer. You can check out these tour dates, along with a preview of a new song called “Sinking Ship,” below as well.

If you want to follow Alfaro’s musical endeavors, you can check him out here.

The band’s last full-length album State of Unrest was released back in 2011 through Black Star Foundation.

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There is once again outrage, protest, and unrest in Ferguson, Missouri following the Grand Jury’s decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson, who was responsible for the fatal shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown this past August.

Anti-Flag vocalist/guitarist has released a statement in response to this decision, and has additionally teamed up with A-F Records to raise money for the Ferguson Legal Defense Fund with all of the proceeds from their most recent protest compilation, “This Concerns Everyone” going to the fund.

You can learn more about the recent events here, and have a look at Justin’s statement below.

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The Dollyrots release new song & music video – “Let’s Turkey Trot”

Posted by Midwest Punk on Tuesday, November 25, 2014 at 8:41 AM (PST)

The Dollyrots are getting in the holiday spirit ahead of Thanksgiving, with a new song and video, “Let’s Turkey Trot.” Check ‘em both out below. You can also download the track for free/pay-what-you-want.

The song is a cover of a 1963 song by Little Eva, who was also responsible for “The Loco-Motion.”

The Dollyrots last released their album Barefoot and Pregnant back in February on Arrested Youth Records.

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The three-episode finale of the AOL Originals series, True Trans With Laura Jane Grace is now streaming right here.

In episode eight, the Against Me! frontwoman explores the effects transitioning can have on relationships. Episodes nine and ten feature Grace parenting her young daughter, sharing her fear of another man eventually taking her “dad” place, and the hope for all people to be accepted, regardless of gender.

Against Me! released their latest full-length album, Transgender Dysphoria Blues, on January 21st through Total Treble Music. They are reportedly working on a new record right now, and have plans to have a live album out soon.

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Are you by any chance attending The Bouncing Souls annual Home For The Holidays shows this year? Have you ever wondered what it would be like to share the stage with one of (in this editor’s personal opinion) best punk rock bands out there? Well now you have that chance. The band just announced that they are looking for guest vocalists/guitarists/bassists and drummers to perform a song of his or her choice at each night of Home For The Holidays. The band posted the following on their facebook page stating:

And a guitar player, and a bass player, and… a drummer!
Are you up for the job?

Can anyone can do what we do? This year at HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS, we’d like to put forth the challenge to you, our friends and fans.

On Friday December 26th we will choose one vocalist to perform a song of his/her choice with the band! On Saturday December 27th we will choose one vocalist and one other person playing the instrument of their choice (guitar, bass, or drums) each to play the song of their choice. On Sunday December 28th we’ll choose one vocalist, one guitar player, one bassist, and one drummer (each playing a song of their choice with the rest of the Souls)! Anything is possible!

The entire post, as well as details on how to enter can be seen below. The Home For The Holidays series of shows will be happening December 26th-28th, 2014 at The Stone Pony in Asbury Park, NJ. The Bouncing Souls last released Comet in 2012 via Rise Records & Chunksaah Records.

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Calculator to release new EP “CALC,” premiere new song “True North”

Posted by hayley on Monday, November 24, 2014 at 1:01 PM (PST)

California hardcore act Calculator have just announced details on their upcoming EP. “CALC” will be released on December 16th via Count Your Lucky Stars and can be pre-ordered here. In the meantime, a new track “True North” can be streamed here.

Calculator last released “This Will Come To Pass” in 2013.


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7-inch Review: Shallow Cuts – “Storm Watch”

Posted by ben.king on Monday, November 24, 2014 at 11:57 AM (PST)

Shallow Cuts’ new 7-inch “Storm Watch”, (Sept. 23, 2014, No Idea Records) is a record that you don’t want to only contain four songs. The band lays their cards on the table early in the opener, “The Mission;” this band loves The Replacements, and is probably playing Fest (they are). The nation-spanning band features members of Dear Landlord, Dan Padilla, and Madison Bloodbath, so there’s no surprise there. The band features the gruff, poppy sounds from the Orgcore movement and layers in a thick serving of jangly acoustic guitar found on Replacements records. The song powers through it’s runtime and is immediately followed by “89 Suzuki,” which drops the acoustic and doubles down on the melody. This is powerful, energetic pop-punk music, which somehow manages to make itself at home in the current state of punk, while also setting itself apart from the pack. The music is tight, the tone is right, and the band is out-of-sight. I’m excited to see what’s in store from Shallow Cuts in the future.

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Chicago punk act The Brokedowns are streaming “Born On The Bayou Too”, a brand new tune off their upcoming album “Life Is A Breeze” right here.  Give it a listen and let us know what you think.

“Life Is A Breeze” will be released via Red Scare Industries on December 9th (digitally, December 2nd).  Below are a couple local shows to go with the record release.

12/20/14 – Elgin, IL @ Dutch Inn West
1/3/15 – Chicago, IL @ Township

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Versus release video for cover of No Use for a Name’s “Biggest Lie”

Posted by ChrisDude on Sunday, November 23, 2014 at 3:25 PM (PST)

International punk act Versus have posted a video for their cover version of No Use for a Name‘s “Biggest Lie”. You can check it out here.

“Biggest Lie” is taken from No Use for a Name’s final album The Feel Good Record of the Year, released in 2008 on Fat Wreck Chords.

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