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Dashboard Confessional release covers EP “Covered and Taped”

Dashboard Confessional have released a 4 song covers EP, titled “Covered and Taped.” The release features covers of The 1975, Julien Baker, Justin Bieber and Sorority Noise. You can listen below via spotify.

Chris Carrabba, the frontman of Dashboard Confessional who performed and recorded the covers, had this to say on the EP: I love covering great songs by great artists, these are some songs I feel very connected to right now. Enough so that I felt I had a way of making them my own in some small way.

“Covered and Taped” dropped on the 18th of January, just after their current tour of the US began. You can find Dashboard Confessional’s current tour dates and locations below the stream.



New Music: Frank Turner – “The Sand In The Gears”

New music from the great Frank Turner on the first full day of the Chester Cheeto administration. It’s an apropos rallying-cry song called “The Sand In The Gears,” and it was recorded live in concert at Turner’s show in Silver Springs, Maryland, the other night.

You can give the track a listen below.

Turner is currently in the early stages of a big North American tour that wraps up February 18th in Boston. Check out the full tour itinerary here.



New Music: Cory Branan streams new track “Imogene” from upcoming album “Adios”

Assuming we haven’t been swallowed up by the fiery hellscape of damnation by the first week of April, we’ll have a new Cory Branan album to look forward to!

It’s called Adios, and it’s billed as “Cory’s death album.” If you saw him out on the road with the likes of Chuck Ragan or Brian Fallon or Lucero last year, you got a taste of what’s to come by way of a song called “The Vow,” penned as an ode to his late father. It’s heart-breaking but razor-sharp, which is pretty much Branan’s wheelhouse.

Adios is due out April 7th on Branan’s longtime label home, Bloodshot Records. Pre-orders of the album, including limited-edition pink vinyl (which yours truly just did — apropos on a day like today) are available here. In the meantime, you can stream the album’s lead single, “Imogene,” right here, and check out Branan’s upcoming tour dates here. Stay tuned for more on Adios in the coming months.

Branan’s last album, “The No Hit Wonder,” was released back in 2014 on Bloodshot Records,



Real McKenzies premiere new song “Due West”

Celtic punk veterans The Real McKenzies have premiered a new song from their upcoming album Two Devils Will Talk.

The track is titled “Due West,” and you can give it a listen below.

Two Devils Will Talk is set to release on March 3rd through Fat Wreck Chords. Head over to the label’s webstore to pre-order the album.



Nautical Mile (pop-punk/post-hardcore) streaming new EP – ‘Playing For Keeps’


Australian pop-punk/post-hardcore group Nautical Mile are now streaming their new EP in its entirety. Listen to Playing For Keeps below.

The band last released their self-titled EP in March 2016. You can get a free/name your price download of that EP right here.



DS Debut: Feral Ponies launch new track, “Trump Palace Uber Alles”

Today might mark the beginning of the end of the United States of America as we know them, but at least we’ve got a good soundtrack in the works while we watch it all burn. In “honor” of today’s inauguration, Newark, Delaware’s Feral Ponies have unveiled a brand new track, and we’re stocked to debut it for you here at Dying Scene. It’s called “Trump Palace Uber Alles,” and as you might imagine, it’s a reworked and updated cover of the Dead Kennedys‘ classic “California Uber Alles.” Check it out below!

To mark the release, the band have also teamed up with their record label, Panic State, to release an exclusive Donald Trump “Not My President” t-shirt. The shirt features the artwork seen above, and was designed by Feral Ponies’ own bassist, Pat Higgins. You can check out the t-shirt here. Proceeds from sales of the shirt and from downloads of “Trump Palace Uber Alles” will be split between several different charitable organizations, including Planned Parenthood, the ACLU, Border Angels and the Center for Reproductive Rights.

Feral Ponies’ latest album,“Blame It On The Classics” was released December 10th on Panic State Records.



Berlin-Blackouts (punk) stream new split 7″

Berlin based punk rock band Berlin-Blackouts are streaming two new songs over on their Bandcamp page. The new tunes come as their half of a split 7″ with Gang Zero. This band knows how to create feel-good music for the realm of people who are fans of Iron Chic, Tender Defender and the like.

You can check it out below.



Fifteen Years (melodic hardcore) stream new EP “Welcome To Hell”

Bristol punk/melodic hardcore band Fifteen Years are streaming a brand new EP called Welcome To Hell. The 6-track release is hard hitting and just as classic, in terms of sound, as you would expect from a melodic hardcore group – a group that pulls it off and nails everything on the head perfectly.

You can listen to the full thing below.

Welcome To Hell follows the band’s 2016 demo, HellRide/Cross Me. 



WSTR stream new album “Red, Green or Inbetween”

UK pop-punk band WSTR are streaming their debut album in full over on YouTube. The 11-track record is scheduled for official release on January 20th through No Sleep Records. You can listen to the full thing below.



Plow United announce hiatus, release new single

Philadelphia pop-punks Plow United have announced that they will be going on another hiatus. The announcement includes the release of a new single called, Authenticity. The band reunited and released two reunion records over the last few years, but unfortunately all good things come and go.

A statement from the band reads, “Hey y’all! We are pressing the pause button again. Here’s a song from the Three sessions that explains why.”

You can check out the song below.



The Two Tens release single “Keeping Hope Alive”

Los Angeles garage punks The Two Tens have released a new single called “Keeping Hope Alive.” The two-track single comes ahead of the release of their yet-to-be-named sophomore album that they will be putting out later this year. So far, the band has placed “Keeping Hope Alive” and b-side “Bama Lama Bama Loo” up for grabs, both digitally and on a limited colour variant 7″ vinyl. You can check it all out below.

The band’s upcoming album is scheduled for release sometime this year via Man Della Records.



Serenity Now! stream new song “I’ve Seen The World And I’m Tired”

Toronto pop-punkers Serenity Now!, are streaming a brand new song called “I’ve Seen The World And I’m Tired.” The track is one off of their upcoming EP, Views From The 666, which is a two-track teaser EP to their upcoming full-length album. The band also announced that they have signed with Montreal based label, Fireworks Collective to release the album – due out this spring. You can check the new song out below.

Serenity Now! last released Facsimile in 2015.



Iron Reagan stream previously unreleased song “Take the Fall”

Virginia’s Iron Reagan are streaming a previously unreleased track titled “Take the Fall.” This song will not be included on their upcoming album Crossover Ministry, but will instead be released as part of New Noise Magazine’s flexi collection.

You can give “Take the Fall” a listen below.

Crossover Ministry is set to release on February 3rd through Relapse Records, serving as the follow-up to 2014’s The Tyranny of Will.



Modern Baseball stream new song from split with The Superweaks & Thin Lips

Philadelphia’s Modern Baseball have premiered a new song titled “This Song is Gonna Buy Brendan Lukens a New Pair of Socks.” You can give the track a listen below.

This song is taken from their split 7″ with The Superweaks and Thin LipsThe three bands will be touring Europe together later this month.



Save Ferris stream new song “New Sound”

Orange County ska-punk band Save Ferris have premiered their first new song in 15 years. The track’s titled “New Sound,” and it features guest vocals from Neville Staple of the Specials.

You can give the song a listen below.

“New Sound” is taken from Save Ferris’ upcoming EP Checkered Past, which is set to release on February 10th. The EP which was crowdfunded via PledgeMusic can be pre-ordered here.