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The Get Up Kids, Senses Fail, Joyce Manor & more to play Index Festival 2014

The lineup for the 3rd edition of Dallas, Texas’ Index Festival has been announced, and it features the likes of The Get Up Kids, Senses Fail, Joyce Manor, Kaiser Chiefs, and a bunch of other bands.

More info on the festival, which will be taking place in Deep Ellum from September 26-28, can be found over here.



HORSE the band announce East Coast and mid-west U.S. tour

HORSE the band will embark on a U.S. tour next month, which includes mostly stops in the East Coast and mid-west. All the dates can be found below.

HORSE the band released their last album Desperate Living in 2009 on Vagrant Records. The band had since been on hiatus from touring and recording.



Live Video: Dustin Kensrue (Thrice) covers Lorde’s song “Buzzcut Season”

Dustin Kensrue, formerly of Thrice, performed a cover of Lorde’s song “Buzzcut Season.”

You can watch it below.

Thrice released their latest studio record, “Major/Minor” September of 2011 on Vagrant Records, before doing a farewell tour and going on indefinite hiatus.



The Get Up Kids talk of a new album

The Get Up Kids have announced in a recent interview with Under The Gun that they may be releasing an album in the near(ish) future.

You can check out the statement below.

The band last released There Are Rules back in 2011.



George Pettit (ex-Alexisonfire) forms new band Dead Tired

According to a recent post on his Twitter page, former Alexisonfire singer George Pettit has formed a new band called Dead Tired.

Details are very slim right now but we’ll keep you posted as more information on the band surfaces.

Alexisonfire’s last album was 2009’s Old Crows/Young Cardinals. The band officially called it a day in 2011, releasing a full discography box-set in late 2013.



Two Tongues begin demoing tracks for new album

Say Anything frontman Max Bemis announced that his side project Two Tongues is one step closer to putting out a new album, posting the following on Twitter:

“Just recorded the first demo for our platonichomoeroticore band Two Tongues LP 2.”

Whatever that means.  We’ll keep you posted as more details on the album, which will serve as a follow-up to their 2009 self-titled debut, come to light.



Thrice likely to record new music and tour

Thrice frontman Dustin Kensrue mentioned in a Reddit AMA that the band is likely to record new music and tour:

Q: Dustin, I just wanted to say that Thrice is one of my favorite bands of all time and your music never gets old no matter how often I listen because each album is so unique. How likely is it that you’ll work on new music or tour again with Thrice? And which of your songs are your favorites/mean the most to you? A: Tour of some kind: very very likely. Recording of some kind: I hope so and suspect yes.

Thrice released their latest studio record, “Major/Minor” September of 2011 on Vagrant Records, before doing a farewell tour and going on indefinite hiatus.



Alexisonfire release mini-documentary

Defunct Canadian screamo act Alexisonfire has released a four-part mini-documentary series outlining the band’s whole career.

You can watch the entire thing below.

Alexisonfire’s last album was 2009′s Old Crows/Young Cardinals. The band officially called it a day in 2011, although they released a comprehensive boxset containing every single one of their releases on Christmas 2013. 



Max Bemis finished writing his half of Two Tongues’ upcoming record

According to a recent post on his Twitter page, Say Anything frontman Max Bemis has finished writing his portion of songs for Two Tongues‘ upcoming record:

“Just finished writing my “half” of the next Tongues record. Now just need @ChrisLaneConley to take these tunes into the dreamscape (:”

We’ll be sure to keep you in the loop as more details on the album are revealed.

In case you aren’t familiar with Two Tongues, it’s Bemis and Saves The Day frontman Chris Conley’s side-project. The group released a self-titled album in 2009 through Vagrant Records.



Random Cover Song: The Get Up Kids – “Suffragette City”

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 from 90’s indie/emo mainstays  The Get Up Kids performing “Suffragette City”, originally written and performed by famed glam rocker David Bowie. Bowie released the song on his 1972 album, Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, although it was later released as its own single in 1976 to promote the Changesonebowie compilation. The Get Up Kids released their version on the 2001 b-sides and rarities collection Eudora.

You can check out both versions of the song below.



Full Album Stream: Various Artists – “A Tribute to the Get Up Kids”

Earlier this week, Pacific Ridge Records released the newest addition to their tribute album series: A Tribue to The Get Up Kids. The album features 18 modern artists (including The SwellersWe Still DreamForever Came CallingPunchline and many more) paying tribute to the influential indie-emo act, and now you can listen to the whole thing.

The stream is available below. If you like it, it can be purchased from the Pacific Ridge Bandcamp page



Vagrant Records announce Typhoon Haiyan fundraiser auction (Get Up Kids, Alkaline Trio and more)

The Philippines is quite obviously still reeling from Typhoon Haiyan. To date, 4,000 people have been reported dead, several thousand more have been reported missing, and a total of 4,000,000 people have been displaced.

In an effort to help raise funds for those in need, Vagrant Records has launched an auction of a bunch of limited test presses from its vinyl catalog. Included are releases from Alkaline Trio (“Good Morning”), Thrice (Guitar Center 7″), The Get Up Kids (“On A Wire” and “Eudora”) and more. Click here to check it out.

All proceeds will be donated to the American Red Cross.



Pacific Ridge Records detail upcoming Get Up Kids tribute (feat. The Swellers, We Still Dream & more)

Pacific Ridge Records, the same people who brought us well-received tributes to Alkaline Trio, Blink 182, and The Movielife, have revealed the cover art (pictured above) and tracklisting for their upcoming Get Up Kids tribute album, set to be released on December 10th!

The tracklisting for the 18-track tribute, featuring The Swellers, We Still Dream, Forever Came Calling, and more, can be found below. Pre-orders can be made here.

We’ll keep you posted as more details surrounding “A Tribute to The Get Up Kids” come to light. For now, head on over to the Pacific Ridge bandcamp site to see what those previous tributes are all about!



New Song: Dustin Kensrue – “Suffering Servants”

Dustin Kensrue, formerly of Thrice, has released a new song titled “Suffering Servants”. The song comes off of Kensrue’s upcoming album, The Water and the Blood.

You can listen to it here.

Kensrue will be releasing The Water and The Blood on October 1.



Lyric Video: Dustin Kensrue – “Rejoice”

Dustin Kensrue, formerly of Thrice, has released a lyric video for his song “Rejoice.”

Click here to watch.

“Rejoice” will be featured on Kensrue’s upcoming solo release, The Water and The Blood, due out October 1st.