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The Brass Action (ska-punk) release new single “Moonlite”

Posted by Johnny X on Saturday, January 24, 2015 at 2:59 PM (PST)

Somehow this one flew under our radar when it was released in November, but Vancouver ska band The Brass Action have released a new single titled “Moonlite.”  You can stream the song below and if you dig it you can download it for free on bandcamp.

The band last released a full-length titled “Making Waves” in 2013.

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English two-tone pioneers The Specials have announced they will be reissuing their first three full-length albums 1979′s Specials, 1980′s More Specials, and 1984′s In The Studio. Each release has been curated by founding member Jerry Dammers, and will feature b-sides, non-album singles, and other rare tracks.

All three reissues will be released on March 30th through 2 Tone Records and Warner Records. The band hasn’t stated whether they will be reissuing any of their later albums, but we’ll keep you posted as more details come to light.

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The Toasters add west coast shows with Mustard Plug to US tour

Posted by Screeching Bottlerocket on Thursday, January 22, 2015 at 1:40 PM (PST)

NYC’s 2-tone touring machines The Toasters have added a few west coast shows with Mustard Plug to their current US tour, which will be stopping at Denver, Colorado’s Marquis Theatre tonight. Check out all the dates and locations below.

The Toasters released a new 7-inch titled House of Soul in 2014 through Megalith Records, and it’s available to stream/purchase on their website. Mustard Plug’s latest album Can’t Contain It was released last January through No Idea Records.

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Random Cover Song: Catch-22 – “American Pie” (Don Mclean)

Posted by Bizarro Dustin on Thursday, January 22, 2015 at 11:45 AM (PST)

Cover songs are like a box of chocolates; you never know what you’re going to get. We here at Dying Scene love hearing punk bands do their own take on other band’s songs. Sometimes they pull off amazing interpretations of old classics, sometimes they’re not much more than humble tributes to a fellow artist, and other times they’re just downright laughable renditions of otherwise great songs. Good or bad. Intriguing or mundane. We’ll let you be the judge.

Today’s cover comes from New Jersey ska punks Catch-22 and their cover of Don Mclean’s “American Pie”… or more accurately, their cover of the chorus of “American Pie”. The original version appeared on Mclean’s 1971 album American Pie and is 8 and a half minutes long, while the Catch-22 version appears on their 1999 EP Washed Up!  (and again on its expanded 2001 release as Washed Up and Through the Ringer, and is just the song’s chorus several times over for 2 minutes.

You can listen to both versions of “American Pie” below.

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Less Than Jake stream new song “Late Night Petroleum”

Posted by Shawn-Ray Dalinsky on Tuesday, January 20, 2015 at 3:43 PM (PST)

Less Than Jake are currently streaming the b-side to their American Idle single, “Late Night Petroleum.” Check out the song below.

“American Idle” originally appeared on the band’s latest full-length album, See the Light, released through Fat Wreck Chords in 2013. The 7″ single itself was relased today, January 20th, also through Fat Wreck Chords.

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Imagine if Anti-Flag had a horn section and incorporated a little more upstroking in their guitar work.  That’s what German skacore act The Prosecution sound like.  On February 27th they’ll be releasing their third album “Words With Destiny” via Long Beach Records and to get you fired up you can check out a music video for the track “A New Sensation” below.  It features Chris#2 from Anti-Flag and is well worth a watch/listen.

The Prosecution released their last album “At The Edge Of The Day” in 2013.

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Survay Says! and Carousel Kings announce US tour

Posted by Ramones999138 on Friday, January 16, 2015 at 8:00 AM (PST)

New Jersey Ska-punk act Survay Says! and Lancaster pop-punk band Carousel Kings have announced that they will be hitting the road with Everybody Run and Freshman 15 for a U.S. winter tour.

You can check out the tour dates and locations below.

Survay Says! last released Observations Of The Human Condition, which came out last year via Asbestos Records.

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Kill Lincoln announces US spring tour

Posted by Bizarro Dustin on Thursday, January 15, 2015 at 9:30 AM (PST)

Washington, DC ska-punks Kill Lincoln will be heading out on the road this spring. On select dates, the band will be playing with  Survay Says! You can check out dates and locations below.

Kill Lincoln last released That’s Cool… In a Totally Negative and Destructive Way on June 4, 2013 through Jump Start Records.

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Brand new video from Japanese ska-punk legends (?) Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra. It’s for a track called “Wake Up,” and it also features Japanese rock band Asian Kung-Fu Generation. Check it out below.

“Wake Up” appears on “Ska Me Forever,” which marks Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra’s 19th album. It’s due out on vinyl and digital download on February 10th. Vinyl pre-orders are available here. The band will be partaking in a worldwide 25th anniversary tour later this year. Stay tuned for details.

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Behind Deadlines (ska-punk) release cover video of Fastball’s “The Way”

Posted by vdubowner on Wednesday, January 14, 2015 at 7:33 AM (PST)

Philly ska-punks Behind Deadlines have released in the form of a pretty rad music video, their rendition of “The Way” a song originally from Fastball.

You can check it out below along with some upcoming tour dates.

The band’s debut EP “Good Bye Drake City” was released last November. It is available for “name your price” download on Bandcamp.

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Georgian ska-punk act The Taj Motel Trio are a new discovery for me and considering how damn good they are I’m a little shocked I hadn’t come across them before.  Think early Streetlight Manifesto or Catch 22.  Anyway, they came to my attention because they’re releasing a new 7-inch on January 14th titled “4 songs, 7 Inches” which consists of 3 original tracks and one cover of NOFX’s “All Outta Angst”. Do yourself a favor and check out the album’s first track “Burn It Down!” below.

You can pre-order “4 Songs, 7 Inches” on The Taj Motel Trio’s website.

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If our post on Buffalo’s ska-punk act Seven Thirty Seven earlier today piqued your interest, you can find out a little more about them in the video below.  In the video, you’ll see live performances and a casual interview with the band, thanks to the Cocktails with Bands project.

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Introducing Ska-Punk Act: Seven Thirty Seven (EP stream)

Posted by Johnny X on Friday, January 9, 2015 at 9:31 AM (PST)

Hey ska-punk fans, here’s a new band for you to check out.  Buffalo, New York’s Seven Thirty Seven formed in February 2014 over their mutual love for Mike Park and ska-punk music.  Less than a year later they put out their debut EP “A Little Bit Of Impatience”, a fantastic little gem of a release worth checking out for any fan of ska infused punk rock.  Give the EP a listen below and thank us later.

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Voodoo Glow Skulls announce Japanese tour

Posted by Drea on Thursday, January 8, 2015 at 5:30 PM (PST)

SoCal ska-core veterans Voodoo Glow Skulls have announce a tour through Japan.

You can check out the dates below.

The band’s latest full-length, Break The Spell was released in 2012 on Smelvis Records, and they’re supposedly working on a new album to be released through  California Street Music.

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Kemuri to release new album through Asian Man Records

Posted by bob9746 on Thursday, January 8, 2015 at 1:11 PM (PST)

Asian Man Records owner Mike Park has announced the label will be releasing a new album from Japanese ska-punk veterans Kemuri this April!

The album is titled Mirai wa Akarui, and the first track they’ve made available for streaming originally appeared on the band’s 2007 full-length Blastin’. That, combined with the fact that the band’s latest album Rampant was released just a few months ago, leads me to believe this will be a compilation of songs from albums that didn’t receive US distribution. But don’t quote me on that.

Anyway, if you haven’t heard the song already, give “Hazuki no Umi” a listen below. And if you haven’t heard Kemuri before, be sure to pick up the new released when it goes up for pre-order!

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