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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.

Music Video: The Red Owls – “Party Lines”

Pop-punk ground The Red Owls (featuring ex and current members of Nightmares for a Week and The Ataris) have premiered a music video for their song ”Party Lines”. You can watch the video below.

“Party Lines” is taken from The Red Owls’ upcoming EP Do You Feel Any Better?, which will be released digitally this Friday (October 2nd) and physically on October 30th. You can pre-order your copy here.

Free Download: Blacklist Royals – ‘Dead Time Vol. 1: Songs of The Cure’

Blacklist Royals are giving away free download of their Cure cover EP, Dead Time Vol. 1: Songs of The Cure. You can listen to a stream of the EP below, or download the tracks directly from the band’s SoundCloud page.

Dead Time Vol. 1: Songs of The Cure was released on September 21, 2015. The band’s last release of original material, Die Young With Me, was released on June 10, 2014 through Krian Music Group.

The Slackers stream new 7″ flexi

The Slackers‘ new 7″, part of the Rare Breed Recording Company flexi series, is now streaming in its entirety. You can pre-order it now and give it a listen below!

The 7″ will officially drop in late September via Paper + Plastick Records.

Blacklist Royals stream cover of The Cure’s “Pictures of You”

Nashville based rock band Blacklist Royals are streaming their cover of The Cure’s “Pictures of You”, give it a listen here. This is the second cover in a series of three to be released as an EP titled “Dead Time Vol. 1: Songs of The Cure”, which will be available as a free download in the coming weeks.

They have also announced a US tour; check out the dates below.

We will keep you posted on the EP release, but if you haven’t heard their cover of “Plainsong” yet, you can listen to it here.

Gameday Regulars announce east coast shows

Bronx-based punk act Gameday Regulars have announced east coast tour dates.

You can check out tour dates and locations below.

The Gameday Regulars released their 7-inch split with UK punks Guerrilla Monsoon through Paper + Plastick Records.

Video: Blacklist Royals cover The Cure’s “Plainsong”

Nashville’s Blacklist Royals recently released a cover of The Cure’s “Plainsong,” and they subsequently released a video that you can watch below.

This tune will be one of three on an upcoming EP called Dead Time Volume One: Songs of The Cure.  The EP, which will be released as a free download, also includes “A Forest” and “Pictures of You.”  We’ll let you know when it’s released.

Riverboat Gamblers announce west coast tour dates

Texas punks Riverboat Gamblers have announced west coast tour dates.

You check them out below.

Riverboat Gamblers released their latest album “The Wolf You Feed” in 2012 through Volcom Entertainment.

The Attack stream new song “Four of a Kind”

Orlando punks The Attack are streaming a new song titled “Four of a Kind” in anticipation of their summer shows with Face To Face, Less Than Jake, and Voodoo Glow Skulls. You can give the track a listen and find details on the shows below.

“Four of a Kind” is taken from the band’s upcoming album On Condition, which was produced by Bouncing Souls guitarist Pete Steinkopf and is set to release later this year on Paper + Plastick.

Aspiga announce west coast tour dates with Know Your Saints

New Jersey indie-punk band Aspiga have announced August west coast tour dates with Know Your Saints.

You can check out the tour dates and locations below.

Aspiga’s album What Happened to You?, was released in November 2014 via Paper + Plastick Records.

Escapist Records will re-release Reverse the Curse’s debut album

Escapist Records announced today that they will be re-releasing the debut album from Ohio indie rockers Reverse the Curse on July 13th.  If you don’t remember it, Reverse the Curse released Hither & Yon back in 2011.  Can’t wait to get your hands on a hard copy?  You can buy the digital version here.

Reverse the Curse will play a 10-year anniversary show on August 14th at The Foundry in Lakewood, Ohio.  They will be supported by Light Years , Foxfires, and My Mouth is the Speaker.

Obi Fernandez (Westbound Train) covers Descendents’ “Get the Time”

Westbound Train vocalist/trombonist/songwriter Obi Fernandez is streaming a reggae cover of the Descendents tune “Get the Time.” You can give it a listen via New Noise here.

Fernandez recorded his cover for an upcoming 7-inch single to be released by his new ska/reggae/soul record label, Rare Breed Recording Company.

Aspiga release “Fortunes” music video

New Jersey indie-punk band Aspiga released a music video for their song “Fortunes,” which you can watch here.

“Fortunes” appears on Aspiga’s album What Happened to You?, which was released in November 2014 via Paper + Plastick Records.

Class of 86 release head scratching music video for “Phase Change”

I’ll be the first to admit I have no idea what the end of this music video means but I was intrigued for the entire thing. It comes from The Minneapolis punk Class of 86 for their tune “Phase Change” and if you dig shredding, technical skate punk you’re gonna dig the tune. Check out the video below.

“Phase Change” appears on the band’s most recent release Future On Fire which came out in 2014 through Paper + Plastick Records.

Random Cover Song: The Ataris – “I Remember You” (Skid Row)

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.

Tonight’s cover comes from The Ataris and their cover of one of Skid Row’s famous hits ”I Remember You”. The original version of the song first appeared on the Skid Row’s self-titled debut album from 1989, and The Ataris’ version is taken from the 2000 tribute album Punk Goes Metal.

You can listen to both versions of the song below.