A Week In Punk: Last Week’s Top Stories Recapped (4/21/13)

As shameful as it is some of you readers don’t actually check Dying Scene every hour of every day.  For you slackers we’ve put together a list of last week’s biggest stories to help you stay in the loop and maintain your punk cred.  You’re welcome.

1. Victory Records called foul on Streetlight Manifesto’s Toh Kay this week when they had his own video taken down from YouTube. We need to move past this, you guys.

2. Laura Jane Grace wrote a song for OG punk rock queen, Joan Jett called “Soulmates To Strangers.” Watch them play it together; if you listen closely, you can hear me swooning.

3. Stevo has finally left Sum 41 for undisclosed reasons. Maybe he’s marrying some dude in Nickelback.

4. Connor interviewed Jay and Brian from Bad Religion. Cue the shitstorm!

5. Your Demise has met their…demise. The band announced their breakup.

6. We streamed Implants’ hot new track, “Blinded.” Dig it.

7. Kendal Fortston of Glitter Dick released a statement regarding his disappearance. One more time, that’s Kendal Fortston of GLITTER DICK.

8. AFI are making a comeback. We think.

9. NOFX will tour Europe this summer.

10. Chuck Ragan talked to us. Look at all of these popular friends we have. You jealous?

Those were just some of the most read stories from last week, but there were plenty more little gems covered.  Let us know what what you loved, what you hated and what your personal favorite story was in the comments. If you just can’t get enough of us, follow Dying Scene on Twitter, kick it with us on Facebook and join the Dying Scene mailing list.


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