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The Scandals stream new version of “Sirens”

New Jersey punks The Scandals have released a new recording of their song “Sirens” which, according to the following quote from frontman Jared Hart, is about riots in Philadelphia following the Phillies’ 2008 World Series victory over my Tampa Bay Rays :(…

“This version of ‘Sirens’ is a new take on an older song. It’s a song that has been in the set since 2010 but I never thought the recording of it did the song justice. It’s about a long night spent in Philadelphia after the Phillies won the World Series. The city was turned upside down and I have pictures of some of the craziest things I’ve ever seen. Throw in some riot police and burning cars and you get a night that was memorable enough to put into song.”

The track is taken from the band’s upcoming split with Plow United, which is set to be released on July 7th via Artistic Integrity Records. You can give it a listen below.



Assassinate The Scientist (Gainesville pop-punk) stream new 4-song EP

Gainesville’s Assassinate The Scientist have released a new EP titled Let’s Talk About Getting Fired, and I’ve gotta say, it’s pretty god damn good! Give it a listen below if you’re into upbeat, rough-around-the-edges pop-punk with gritty vocals and heavily distorted guitars.



The Queers stream completely re-recorded version of “Beyond The Valley…”

Last August, The Queers announced they would be re-recording Beyond The Valley… and Punk Rock Confidential because there was “no other way to re-release the albums they put out on Hopeless Records.”

They have now made good on half of that promise, as a completely re-recorded Beyond The Valley… has gone up for streaming and can be heard below (unless you don’t have Spotify). LP’s are also available to pre-order on the band’s webstore.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on the Punk Rock Confidential re-recording come to light. For the time being, head over here to see if The Queers are stopping near you on their summer tour with Screeching Weasel and Mr. T Experience.



Killing Kuddles stream new album “Sinking Ship”

Georgia folk-punks Killing Kuddles are back with a new EP titled Sinking Ship, which has a more much more rock ‘n’ roll-heavy feel than their previous work.

Give it a listen below, and head over to All Looks No Hooks Records’ webstore if you wanna buy the EP.



Stiletto Bomb stream two songs from upcoming EP “In The Dark”

Massachusetts punk act Stiletto Bomb (ft. J Prozac of The Prozacs) have announced they will be releasing their debut EP In The Dark on July 13th through Mooster Records.

You can listen to two tracks from the EP below, and pre-order it on the label’s webstore.



Safe To Say sign to SideOneDummy, stream new track from upcoming EP

Toronto’s Safe To Say have signed to SideOneDummy Records with plans to release a new EP titled Hiding Games on July 31st. A new track titled “Summer Sickness” can be heard here.

The band will embark on a North American tour in support of the album’s release this summer. All of the dates and locations can be found below.



Random Cover Song: The Queers – “Unsatisfied” (The Replacements)

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 song comes from The Queers and their rendition of “Unsatisfied,” written by The Replacements. The original version appeared on The Replacements iconic 1984 album, Let It Be, while The Queers recorded their version for the 2006 compilation album, We’ll Inherit the Earth: A Tribute to The Replacements.

You can listen to both versions of “Unsatisfied” below.



Enabler stream title track to upcoming album

Ohio-based hardcore/metal outfit Enabler are streaming the title track to their new album, Fail to Feel Safe. You can give it a listen here.

Enabler will release Fail to Feel Safe on August 7, 2015 through Century Media. You can pre-order it here. The band last released La Fin Absolue Du Monde in May 2014 through Creator Destructor Records.



Everything Went Black stream ‘Night Terrors’ EP

St. Louis hardcore band Everything Went Black are streaming their new EP, Night Terrors, in full. You can check it out below.

Night Terrors was released on June 30, 2015 through Hrtwrk Collective. 



Treason This (pop-punk) offer new single “Moviegoers Dilemma” as free download

Wisconson pop punk act Treason This just released their debut EP Always Perfect and to commemorate the release they’re giving away a free download of the release’s first single “Moviegoers Dilemma.”

Stream and download it for free below.



Sledding With Tigers announce “Space Jam” themed album, stream track “Take It From Me, Michael Jordan”

California folk-punk group Sledding With Tigers are very excited to announce their “Space Jam” themed album, “Come On And Slam” will officially be released July 28, 2015 via Antique Records and is available for pre-order here.

Sledding With Tigers mastermind Dan Faughdner had this to say:

“Halfway through this process, I think I really started to regret ever telling anyone that I would write an entire concept album about Space Jam, but now, I’m actually pretty stoked on it. I think I might be the only person self-centered enough to take the plot of a 90s children’s movie, and end up writing a bunch of songs that are secretly about myself. I really hope people like it, but the most important part is that my friends and I had a ton of fun making it.”

You can stream the first single “Take It From Me, Michael Jordan” here.



Red City Radio strip down “In The Meantime…” and “Electricity” for Punks In Vegas

Oklahoma City punks Red City Radio sat down this week with Punks In Vegas to film acoustic versions of their tracks “In The Meantime…” and “Electricity.” Check out the videos below.

Both songs are off the group’s self-titled full length, which was released April 21, 2015 through Staple Records.



The Doped Up Dollies release first ever single “Make Your Own Sunshine”

Big D & The Kids Table backup vocalists have taken to the front of the stage as The Doped Up Dollies and are excited to share their first single with you! Check out “Make Your Own Sunshine,” off the group’s upcoming debut album “The New Way Out” below.

We will keep you posted as pre-orders and an official release date for the album become available!



Dan Andriano In The Emergency Room stream new song “Wait”

Alkaline Trio bassist/vocalist Dan Andriano’s side-project Dan Andriano In The Emergency Room are streaming another new track from their upcoming sophomore album “Party Adjacent”.

The track is entitled “Wait” and you can give it a listen here.

Additionally, Dan Andriano In The Emergency Room will be embarking on a Summer US tour next month, with support from Spraynard and High Dive along the way. You can see tour dates and locations below.

“Party Adjacent” is set to be released on July 17th through Asian Man Records and will serve as a follow-up to the band’s 2011 debut “Hurricane Season”.



Knuckle Puck stream new song “True Contrite”

Chicago pop-punk act Knuckle Puck are streaming a new song off their upcoming album Copacetic.

The song is called “True Contrite,” and you can give it a listen here.

Copacetic is set to be released on July 31st through Rise Records. Head over here to get your pre-orders in.