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If you like high-energy, loud punk rock, there's a good chance you'll like Well Aren't You Precious. They prefer to be called "rock 'n' roll" but I've taken it upon myself to label them "garage punk" because I think it better encompasses their overall sound. The boys from Iowa show that punk is still alive in the Midwest, and remind me a bit of fellow Midwest punks, Off With Their Heads. You can stream their entire album Awwwww on Bandcamp. There's also the option to buy it on CD/digital, so keep that in mind!
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This Week's Releases: 12/03/2013
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Candy Hearts recording new album with Chad Gilbert (New Found Glory), announce U.S. tour with We Are the in Crowd
New York pop punk group Candy Hearts have revealed they will be heading into the studio to record a new full-length with Chad Gilbert of New Found Glory sometime in the near future. They have also announced U.S. tour dates supporting We Are the in Crowd.
You can view the dates and locations below.
We’ll keep you posted as more details on the band’s upcoming album come to light. They last released a 7-inch entitled “Miles and Interstates” back in August on Bridge Nine Records.Add to My Radar
Ohio pop-punk group City Lights are streaming their upcoming sophomore album “The Way Things Should Be” in its entirety.
You can give ‘er a listen below!
“The Way Things Should Be” is set to be released on December 10th through InVogue Records. It will be the band’s first album since 2012′s “In It To Win It.”Add to My Radar
In an interview with Australia’s Music Feeds, Millencolin guitarist Mathias Färm offered an update on their long-awaited new album, which will be their first since 2008′s Machine 15. Asked about the record, Mathias replied:
“I guess we have a lot of songs already finished, demoed, and we’re ready to do something. “
Mathias also added that no studio time has been scheduled yet, stating, “Nothing is decided yet, but it’s gonna happen soon we hope, so we’re excited. It’s been a while.”
You can watch the interview below.
Millencolin last released The Melancholy Connection on May 29, 2012 via Epitaph Records.Add to My Radar
You can check it out below.
Major League released their latest album “Hard Feelings” last November through No Sleep.Add to My Radar
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 York City’s greatest: the Ramones, covering “I Don’t Want to Grow Up” originally by Americana folk/blues/everything icon Tom Waits. The original appeared on Tom Waits’ 1992 album Bone Machine, while the Ramones included their cover as the opening song on their final album ¡Adiós Amigos! in 1995.
Compare both versions for yourself below.Add to My Radar
You can see the tour dates below.
We Are the In Crowd released their debut album, Best Intentions, in 2011 on Hopeless Records. Neck Deep will be releasing their new album, Wishful Thinking, in January also on Hopeless. And Save Your Breath will be supporting their new album, There Used To Be A Place For Us, which was released this past October through Animal Style Records.Add to My Radar
New York’s Nightmares for a Week have released a music video for their song “The Destroyers”. The song comes off of the band’s sophomore album, Civilian War.
You can watch the video below.Add to My Radar
We’ll be sure to keep you posted as more details on the lineup for Warped 2014 come to light. For now, head over here to find tour dates and ticket links.Add to My Radar