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Knuckle Puck begin recording debut full-length

Posted by Screeching Bottlerocket on Thursday, February 26, 2015 at 2:01 PM (PST)

Chicago pop-punk act Knuckle Puck have returned to ABG Recording Studios to begin tracking their first full-length album, posting the above image on their Instagram page.

We’ll be sure to keep you posted as more details on the album, which will be the bands first release with Rise Records, come to light. Their latest EP While I Stay Secluded was released in October of 2014.

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Pouzza Fest reveals full 2015 lineup

Posted by Screeching Bottlerocket on Thursday, February 26, 2015 at 12:35 PM (PST)

At long last the full lineup for the 2015 edition of Montreal, Quebec’s most beloved punk festival Pouzza Fest has been revealed! Bands playing the fest’s 5th installment include 88 Fingers Louie, The Bruce Lee Band, Teenage Bottlerocket, The Dwarves, The Muffs, DeeCracks, and many, many others.

Check out a poster with all of the bands listed below, and head over here to grab tickets for the festival which will take place on the 15th, 16th, and 17th of May.

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Teenage Bottlerocket and PEARS announce short US tour

Posted by Bizarro Dustin on Thursday, February 26, 2015 at 9:30 AM (PST)

Teenage Bottlerocket and PEARS have announced some shows together around the United States this spring. You can check out the dates and locations below.

Teenage Bottlerocket will release their  upcoming album Tales From Wyoming on March 31, 2015 on Rise Records, while PEARS self-released their debut album Go To Prison on June 24, 2014.

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Watch: Dave Hause on “Last Call with Carson Daly”

Posted by jaystone on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 at 5:02 PM (PST)

Photo credit: Jen Maler Photography

If you can remember as far back as a week ago, you’ll recall us keeping you posted that in addition to playing the SideOneDummy Storytellers show in LA last night, Dave Hause was slated to appear on “Last Call With Carson Daly.” Forgot? Couldn’t stay up that late? DVR was already recording “Vanderpump Rules” and “Cougar Town” reruns? You’re in luck; check out the whole appearance below. I’ve gotta say, I think it’s cool that it wasn’t just Dave performing on a soundstage (though that would have been the best episode of “Last Call…” ever too).

Dave Hause is in Los Angeles working on the follow-up to his sophomore solo album, “Devour,” released back in 2013 on Rise Records.

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Inspired by the overwhelming success of their recent “Triple Crown” shows in Los Angeles, So Cal punk legends Face To Face have added a handful of other dates around the country!

If you’re not familiar, the “Triple Crown” shows feature Trever Keith and the gang playing each of their first three albums (1992′s Don’t Turn Away, 1994′s Big Choice and 1996′s self-titled album) in their entirety over the course of three nights in the same venue. The new dates featre stops in Chicago, Denver, Dallas and New York City. Head below for the full rundown.

Face To Face released their last album, Three Chords and a Half Truth, back in 2013 on Rise Records. They’re said to be returning to the studio next months to get cracking on a follow-up. We’ll keep you posted.

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Pop-punks Man Overboard are streaming their cover of New Jersey based band Senses Fail‘s “Cute When You Scream”. The song will appear on an upcoming split 7-inch slated for release on Rise Records and Pure Noise Records on March 3rd (pre-order here).

Check out the track along with “Real Talk” and “One Fixed Point” from the EP below.

Both bands will begin touring with Bayside this March, and you can view those dates under the tracklist for the album below as well.

The latest release from Man Overboard was their acoustic EP, Passing Ends, via the band’s own Lost Tape Collective. Senses Fail released their fifth album, Renacer, in March 2013 via Staple Records. They’ve recently signed to Pure Noise and have just finished recording their sixth album which is due out this summer.

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Wyoming pop-punk veterans Teenage Bottlerocket have just premiered a music video for a new tune called “Haunted House” and you can check it out below.

The song will appear on the band’s upcoming album Tales From Wyoming which will be released March 31st 2015 on Rise Records.

Tales From Wyoming serves as a follow up to Teenage Bottlerocket’s last full-length album Freak Out!, which was released in 2012 on Fat Wreck Chords.

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Album Review: Make Do And Mend – “Don’t Be Long”

Posted by writeofpassage on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 at 10:25 AM (PST)

It’s taken three years but finally, Make Do And Mend plaster us with Don’t Be Long – an album that feels like an organic and melodic composition for a band that wants to move on from the rugged, throaty outlook of the past, but without discarding what made them who they are today. It’s a great middle ground in fact, as it’s aggressive, catchy at parts but still rough enough to roll with everything else in the MDAM catalog.

End Measured Mile is the litmus test when it comes to this band. You stack up to it or you don’t. Thankfully, they’ve never withered away from it. Don’t Be Long is much more toned down yet still right up their post-hardcore alley. This album’s reminiscent actually of what Touche Amore did with a more mainstream and accessible series of anthems in 2013′s Is Survived By. Cutting solos, jaded distortions on the pedals and crisp, cracking kitwork open up the title track to signal MDAM’s intent. James Carrol’s vocals are steady with emotion throughout yet still hoarse and longing to reach. His passion never wavers and it’s another great display from him.

They lower the tempo on “Sin Amor” and “Sin Miedo” to bring out a much bigger storytelling tapestry and it’s in these tracks, we see how best they shape things. It’s a welcomed shift and a great change of pace. Much more radio-friendly but still primed for underground moshing sessions. As the acoustic “I Don’t Wonder At All” unwinds the closing segments of the album, it’s very apparent that MDAM are all about progression and evolution. Sonically, they’ve outdone themselves without trying too hard. Their musicianship continues to be telling and as far as Don’t Be Long goes, it’s definitely one that takes the best of both worlds – the old and the new – and melds them quite well. The wait was no doubt, worth it.

3.5/5 Stars

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Of Mice & Men streaming new album ‘Restoring Force: Full Circle’

Posted by Midwest Punk on Tuesday, February 24, 2015 at 7:10 AM (PST)

SoCal screamo band Of Mice & Men are now streaming their “new” album, Restoring Force: Full Circle, in its entirety. Listen below.

The album is out today (Tuesday, February 24th) on Rise Records. It’s a deluxe version (four new bonus tracks) of the album, Restoring Force, which came out back on January 28th. You can still order both versions right here.

Of Mice & Men are currently on tour in Australia, with Atreyu and The Devil Wears Prada. Next month, they’ll head to Europe for a tour with The Amity Affliction and Volumes, wrapping up in the UK in April. After THAT, they’ll head out on a full US tour with Crown The Empire and Volumes, along with some festival dates, kicking off April 25th in Florida. See all those dates/locations below the music.

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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 courtesy of Wyoming’s Teenage Bottlerocket, covering The Dead Milkmen‘s “Dean’s Dream”. The original version of the song appeared on The Dead Milkmen’s debut album Big Lizard in My Backyard in 1985, while Teenage Bottlerocket’s cover appeared on the band’s split EP with Broadway Calls in 2008.
You can listen to both the original and the cover of “Dean’s Dream” below.

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Rarity sign to Rise Records, debut video for “Anne Hathaway”

Posted by jaystone on Wednesday, February 18, 2015 at 5:44 PM (PST)

Toronto-based five-piece Rarity are the latest band to sign to the ever-expanding Rise Records roster. In addition, the band and their new label home have teamed up to unveil Rarity’s video for the track “Anne Hathaway.” Check it out below and let us know what you think.

“Anne Hathaway” appears on Rarity’s debut EP, which is streamable here in its entirety (as well as being available for vinyl pre-order).

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Photo credit: Jen Maler Photography

After a bit of a quiet spell, we’ve got a handful of Dave Hause news stories all wrapped up with a nice little bow tonight.

First and foremost, Dave will be appearing next Tuesday (2/24/15) as part of SideOneDummy Records Storytellers series. The theme for the night, fittingly perhaps, is break-up stories, and also features stand up from former SNLer Brooks Whelan, SideOneDummy grand pooba Joe Sib and more. If you want in to the limited space available, email S1DSTORYTELLERS@GMAIL.COM for info.

Next up comes word that Hause will be appearing on “Last Call with Carson Daly,” which is still on TV. It’s the one after “Late Night With Seth Meyers.” Anyway, check your local listings, but it should air late next Tuesday night (technically about 1:30AM on Wednesday morning).

And, saving the best for last….Dave announced a short run of tour dates that’ll kick off March 18th in Fort Collins, Colorado, (alongside the inimitable Jon Snodgrass) and winding down ten days later in the quaint Western Massachusetts hamlet of Northampton. Check out the full rundown below.

Hause’s last album, Devour, was released on Rise Records in October 2013, and was the favorite album of the year for a couple of your friendly neighborhood Dying Scene old-timers, myself included.

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Make Do And Mend stream new album “Don’t Be Long”

Posted by Johnny X on Monday, February 16, 2015 at 11:27 AM (PST)

Make Do And Mend are streaming their upcoming album, Don’t Be Long in its entirety right here.

Don’t Be Long is slated for release on February 24th through the band’s own imprint, Stay Close Records, which is in partnership with Rise Records.

Make Do And Mend’s last album Everything You Ever Loved was released in 2012 through Rise Records. They have since released a split 7-inch with The Flatliners.

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Dance Gavin Dance stream new song “On the Run”

Posted by ChrisDude on Thursday, February 12, 2015 at 8:24 PM (PST)

Sacremento based screamo group Dance Gavin Dance are streaming their new song ”On the Run”, taken from their upcoming album Instant Gratification. You can listen to ”On the Run” below.

Instant Gratification is due for release on April 14th, 2015 via Rise Records, and will serve as the follow-up to 2013′s Acceptance Speech.

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Pop-punk/post-hardcore act Hidden In Plain View recently signed to Rise Records, and are preparing to release their newest 7″ “Animal” on April 14th.

The band has just made a new track from the album available to stream. It is entitled “Hunting the Hunter” and you can check it out below.

Hidden in Plain View last released “Resolution” in 2007 on Drive-Thru Records.

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