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Man Overboard release free sampler for upcoming tour w/ A Loss For Words & more

New Jersey pop-punk act Man Overboard have released a free sampler for their upcoming November tour dates with A Loss For Words, Northbound, and Watermedown.

Visit the band’s webstore to download the sampler, and find more info on the tour below.

Man Overboard’s latest album Heavy Love was released on June 30th through Rise Records. It was the band’s fourth full-length release, serving as a follow-up to 2013′s Heart Attack.

Fat Wreck to re-release No Use For A Name’s ‘All the Best Songs’

The fine folk over at Fat Wreck Chords have announced that they will be re-releasing No Use for a Name‘s 2007 compilation album All the Best Songs with an updated track list to include songs from NUFAN’s final album. Here’s a direct quote from the label:

“[...]of course, the band came to an end after the tragic passing of their singer and songwriter, Tony Sly, but not before releasing what would be their final album, the resurgent and critically acclaimed The Feel Good Record of the Year. So in order to fully encapsulate the band’s career on FAT, All the Best Songs has been thoughtfully updated to include tracks from that 2008 album.”

The updated edition of All the Best Songs will be released on December 11, 2015. You can find the track list (and order information once it’s available) here.

Millencolin’s Nikola Sarcevic performs three songs for Punks In Vegas

Millencolin are the latest, and probably greatest, band to sit down for a stripped down session with the good folks at Punks In Vegas.

The band’s bassist/lead vocalist Nikola Sarcevic performed the set solo, and played “Chameleon” fro their latest album, True Brew, as well as throwing in a cover of Bob Dylan’s “The Man In Me” and the classic Millencolin track “Bullion.” Check out the videos below.

True Brew, as you’re no doubt aware, was released back in April via Epitaph Records, and was their first album since 2008.

EP Review: Science Club – “Ska”

Earlier this year Science Club released Day Job, their debut full length about being an adult without any clear sense of the definition of the word. It was a fun, albeit kind of sad, album, with plenty of catchy songs about growing up. Flash-forward seven months: Science Club has now released a follow up to the album in the form of Ska, a four song EP that, despite its name, contains exactly zero traces of ska music.

Not a whole lot has changed here since their last release. Science Club continues to deliver two minute pop jams full of hooks and snappy one-liners. “I subscribe to a theory of strings; one simple snag can unravel fucking everything” from opening track “The Lord Will Have His Terrible Vengeance” in particular shines bright, although “Keep eating youth, see how far it can get you” (taken from “Punk Rock Is None of My Business”) is a close second.

If the EP’s Bandcamp page didn’t state otherwise, it would be easy to believe that Ska was compiled of songs leftover from the Day Job recording sessions. Science Club are still carving out their niche, but these songs also show that they are also starting to fit nicely into said niche. With only four songs Ska isn’t the perfect listen, but it does make for a nice companion piece to Day Job, which makes Ska pretty good in its own right.

3.5 / 5

Listen to Ska below, or download and name your price here.

Introducing New Pop-Punk Act: Backpacks (new song premiere)

Listen up you fans of gritty pop-punk, I’ve got a fantastic new band for you to check out! Michigan’s Backpack may have formed last year but based on their song writing and the quality of their musicianship you could easily mistake them for scene veterans. The foursome will be releasing their new “Still Alive” EP November 6th through Save Your Generation Records and today we’re proud to bring you a stream of “Bloom”, a new track from the pending release.

Of the track, guitarist/singer Yong Los says, “I spend so much time worrying about where I want to be and how to get there that I forget to appreciate all the great things happening around me. “Bloom” is me trying to express my fears of the future while simultaneously reminding myself to embrace the present.”

Give “Bloom” a listen below!

Seaway streams new track “Growing Stale”

Canadian pop-punks Seaway are streaming their new song “Growing Stale”, check it out below!

The song is featured on their upcoming album “Color Blind” which is set to drop October 23rd via Pure Noise Records and if you just can’t wait, you uppity pop-punks you, you can pre-order it here!

Dying Scene recently caught up with Seaway drummer Ken Taylor to discuss the band’s ongoing theft-related issues. In case you missed it previously, you can check it out here.

To support the release, the band is going on one hell of a tour. Between October 14th and November 21st, there are only seven days they are not playing. Check out the dates here.

The Red Owls streaming entire new album “Do You Feel Any Better?”

Pop-punk band The Red Owls (featuring ex and current members of Nightmares for a Week and The Ataris) are getting ready to release their newest EP “Do You Feel Any Better?” in physical format later this month.

This past Friday, the band released the album in digital format, and today, the band has made the album available to stream in its entirety.

Have a listen below.

Light Years releases new music video for “Living In Hell” off new album “I’ll See You When I See You”

Ohio pop-punk act Light Years have announced that their second album will be titled “I”ll See You When I See You”. Produced by Will Yip, the new album will be released on November 13, 2015 through Rude Records.

The band has also made a new video for their song, “Living In Hell”, available for curious eyes. Check it out below.

The new album can pre-ordered here in physical and digital formats. All pre-orders come with an instant MP3 download of “Let You Down”. Light Years’ latest EP “Temporary” was released in September 2014 via Animal Style Records.

One Days Notice (pop punk) stream new song “All That I Know”

Cleveland pop punk act One Days Notice are streaming a new song called “All That I Know,” which you can listen to below.

“All That I Know” comes from the bands’ upcoming sophomore album Blackout, which will be released later this fall.  Their debut album was When Dinosaurs Get Drunk, which was released in 2013.

Trophy Lungs debut music video – “Bathroom Graffiti”

Boston pop-punk trio Trophy Lungs have a brand new music video out for their song, “Bathroom Graffiti”, and you can watch it below.

The track is off the band’s upcoming debut album, Day Jobs. The album is due out October 16th via Antique Records. Grab a copy right here.



Daylight (pop punk) announce UK tour, stream new album – ‘One More Fight’

Barcelona pop-punk group Daylight are headed to the UK for a tour in support of their upcoming new album. Check out the dates/locations below.

The new album, titled One More Fight, is due out October 23rd. You can stream the whole thing below, and watch a music video for the song “Kickbacks” below that.

One More Fight serves as a followup to Daylight’s 2012 release, My Seventeen.





The Wonder Years and Motion City Soundtrack announce limited 7″ tour split

Philidelphia pop-punks The Wonder Years have just announced a new 7″ split with Motion City Soundtrack, to commemorate their upcoming joint tour. For the two split, the two bands essentially traded track titles off their then-upcoming albums (“No Closer To Heaven” and “Panic Stations”, respectively) and gave each-other the tasks of writing new lyrics and melodies to match up. The only problem, is that a limited number of these splits will be pressed, and they’ll be given out on a first come first serve basis to people who purchased the VIP tour passes. Still, if that still sounds interesting, and you were already planning on checking them out anyway, you can check out the tour dates below.

The Ativans release music video for “Jimmy’s Lunchbox”

Calgary punk act The Ativans have released a music video for their song “Jimmy’s Lunchbox” and you can check it out below.  The video is an 8-bit inspired piece directed by Aaron Romero.  ”Jimmy’s Lunchbox” is a track off the band’s latest release Landlocked via Transistor 66 Records.

The Dumbheads announce new EP “Here We Come Again,” stream new song “Lost In Your Games”

Russian punks The Dumbheads have released a track off of their upcoming EP Here We Come Again.  It’s called “Lost In Your Game” and you can check it out below.

The release date of the EP has yet to be announced, but keep an eye out if you’re loving the song and we’ll keep you updated.

Triple Sundae stream “Combust” from upcoming EP “Flaked Out”

London/Kent punks Triple Sundae are now streaming “Combust,” a song from their EP Flaked Out, which comes out on October 10th.  You can check it out below, and if you like it make sure to keep an eye on the band’s bandcamp page so you can pick up the EP!