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Bad Luck announce fall US tour

Daytona Beach-based punks Bad Luck have just announced a string of tour dates through October and November in the United States. You can see when the group is coming to your neck of the woods on the flyer above.

Bad Luck will be supported on the tour by Florida’s Old Again (full-tour support) and Cincinnati pop-punk act Let It Happen (thru October 30th).

The band’s latest release was actually a re-release of their album Cold Bones, which was launched in July via Tragic Hero Records.



Music Video: Bad Luck – “Cold Bones”

Daytona Beach-based punks Bad Luck have released a music video for the title track off their debut album “Cold Bones” and you can check it out below.

“Cold Bones” was re-released on July 15, 2014 via Tragic Hero Records.



Illuminate Me provides track-by-track commentary of ‘I Have Become a Corpse’

Florida metalcore band Illuminate Me recently released their debut album, I Have Become A Corpse. In case any of you were hoping to gain some insight to what the band was thinking about when they wrote each track, have no fear! Illuminate Me vocalist Christopher Murray has given a track-by-track explanation to AbsolutePunk, which you can read right here.

Illuminate Me released I Have Become a Corpse on July 15, 2014 through Tragic Hero Records.



Illuminate Me streaming debut album “I Have Become a Corpse” in entirety

Florida metalcore band Illuminate Me has just released their debut album “I Have Become A Corpse”, today, through Tragic Hero Records.

The band has made the entire album available to stream, which you can check out below.

“I Have Become a Corpse” features cameos from Garret Rapp (The Color Morale), Jerry Roush (Glass Cloud), and Landon Tewers (The Plot in You).



Full Album Stream: Bad Luck – “Cold Bones”

Daytona Beach-based punks Bad Luck have released a stream of the upcoming re-release of the band’s debut album Cold Bones. You can give it a listen below.

The re-release of Cold Bones will come out on July 15, 2014 via Tragic Hero Records.



Bad Luck announce summer US tour

Daytona Beach-based punks Bad Luck have announced a summer tour to support the re-release of their debut album, Cold Bones. You can check out the dates below.

Bad Luck will be re-releasing Cold Bones on July 15, 2014 via Tragic Hero Records.



Illuminate Me release lyric video for “Voodoo Blues” off debut album “I Have Become A Corpse”

Florida metalcore band Illuminate Me have released a new lyric video for their song “Voodoo Blues”, featuring Garret Rapp (The Color Morale). Have a little gander below.

The track is slated to appear on the band’s debut album I Have Become a Corpse, which is set to be released on July 15th through Tragic Hero Records.



The Dead Rabbitts debut new song “Bats in the Belfry”

Phoenix, Arizona’s The Dead Rabbitts (featuring Craig Mabbitt of Escape the Fate) have released another new song off of their upcoming album. Check out “Bats in the Belfry” below.

The band is set to release their debut album, Shapeshifter, on July 1st through Tragic Hero Records. You can preorder the album here.



New Video: Illuminate Me (Florida metalcore) – “Apples and Whoranges”

Florida metalcore band Illuminate Me have premiered a brand-new video from their debut album. The song is called “Apples and Whoranges,” and you can check it out below.

“Apples and Whoranges” is slated to appear on Illuminate Me’s debut album, I Have Become a Corpse, which is set to be released on July 15th via Tragic Hero Records.



Bad Luck streaming new song “Graphic Novels” off upcoming album “Cold Bones”

Daytona Beach-based punks Bad Luck are streaming a new song entitled “Graphic Novels,” off their upcoming album, “Cold Bones.”

You can give it a listen below.

The album is due out on July 15, 2014 through Tragic Hero Records,



Illuminate Me (metalcore) announce southeast tour dates

Florida metalcore band Illuminate Me have announced a short run of tour dates that will take them through the southeast next month.

Check out the full list of dates and locations below.

The bands debut album, I Have Become a Corpse, is set to be released this summer via Tragic Hero Records.



The Dead Rabbitts (featuring Craig Mabbitt of Escape the Fate) debut new song

Introducing a new band to DyingScene – Phoenix, Arizona’s The Dead Rabbitts (featuring Craig Mabbitt of Escape the Fate) are set to release their debut album, Shapeshifter, on July 1st through Tragic Hero Records.

You can check out a new song, “My Only Regret,” below and preorder the album here.



Illuminate Me (Florida metalcore) signs to Tragic Hero; releases music video and debut album

Florida metalcore band Illuminate Me has just announced their signing to the Tragic Hero Records family.

The band made the announcement about an hour ago, and has stated plans to release their upcoming debut album, “I Have Become a Corpse”, through Tragic Hero sometime this summer.

Here’s what lead singer Chris Murray had to say about the signing,

Words cannot express how excited we are to be joining the Tragic Hero Family today…Tragic is a label that we have all looked up to for such a long time and we are humbled by the fact that they have invited us to be a part of what they have started. We are very grateful for the opportunity to make our impact on the music scene with such a great partner!

To celebrate this momentous event, the band has released their first music video for a song from the new work. The track is entitled “Apples to Whoranges” and you can watch the video below.

You can check out album artwork at left, and be sure to keep checking back as updates become available.



New music: letlive. ft. Dan Campbell (The Wonder Years) – “The Dope Beat”

letlive. are streaming a new song from their Renditions Sessions, this one featuring Wonder Years front man, Dan Campbell on “The Dope Beat.

You can listen to the track below.

“The Blackest Beautiful” was released July 9th via Epitaph Records.



Brighter Than a Thousand Suns announce new EP and premiere song

Connecticut-based hardcore band Brighter Than a Thousand Suns will release their new EP, Flux, on May 6th. This release promises to dive deeper into the band’s personal experiences while maintaining their melody-driven sound.

“On this release, we really wanted to do something risky and allow ourselves the vulnerability that comes along with putting all of who we are out on the table,” says guitarist Randy Roswell. “Lyrically, we shared a lot more of our personal struggles and musically we did away with a lot of self-censorship. Writing and recording this EP was a very liberating adventure that led to a lot of self-discovery.”

If you want a preview of their new effort, you can check out their new song “Fearless” here.