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Hospital Job (members of The Copyrights) perform “Damn These Vampires” on Live From The Rock Room

Illinois pop punk act Hospital Job (featuring drummer Luke McNeill of The Copyrights on guitar and vocals) recently stopped by Live From The Rock Room to perform their song “Damn These Vampires.”

You can check out that performance below.

“Damn These Vampires” comes from the bands 2016 split with The Capitalist Kids, which was released via Rad Girlfriend Records.

It’s Alive Records releases free comp ft. Plow United, Up For Nothing & more

It’s Alive Records has released a free compilation titled It’s Alive and Chill. The comp features 25 songs from bands like Plow United, Up For Nothing, Hospital Job, and The Mugwumps.

You can listen to the compilation below and download it for free on the label’s Bandcamp page.

Hospital Job (The Copyrights) stream new album ‘Never Get Cold’

Illinois pop punk act Hospital Job (featuring drummer Luke McNeill of The Copyrights on guitar and vocals) are streaming their third full length album, Never Get Cold in its entirety. You can check it out here.

Hospital Job will release Never Get Cold on October 30, 2015 though It’s Alive Records and Rad Girlfriend Records. It is the follow up to their 2014 album, The Believer.

10 Pop Punk Songs That Will Make You Have to See a Dentist (curated by DS editor Bizarro Dustin)

Ever wonder what the folks who run Dying Scene have been listening to lately?  We’re going to pretend you said “yes” to that question and feature a curated playlist from a different DS editor each week with the intent of exposing you to some new kickass punk bands.

This week’s installment comes courtesy of editor Bizarro Dustin, who happens to really like pop punk. Like, really likes it, with tons of sugary choruses and sweet lyrics. If also feel that way, you can check out 10 songs to give your figurative sweet tooth something to enjoy below.

Hospital Job (Luke of The Copyrights) stream new album “The Believer,” announce U.S. tour

Illinois pop-punk act Hospital Job (featuring Luke McNiell of The Copyrights) are streaming their upcoming album “The Believer” in its entirety and and have announced U.S. tour dates.

You can check out the record and find details on the band’s tour below below.

“The Believer” is set to be released sometime this June on Insubordination Records / It’s Alive Records.

The Copyrights touring East Coast and Midwest with Direct Hit! and Hospital Job

Illinois pop-punks The Copyrights have just announced a bunch of tour dates to follow up their co-headlining appearance at the upcoming Insubordination Fest.  They’ll be joined by Direct Hit! on some dates and Hospital Job on most dates.

Check out the routing here.

The Copyrights last released the album “North Sentinal Island” via Red Scare Records on August 9th, 2011.

Introducing Pop-Punk Act: Hospital Job (features Luke from The Copyrights)

I present to you punk fans Hospital Job.  They hail from Springfield, Illinois and are founded by Luke McNeil of The Copyrights.  Their sound is being described as pop-punk in the vein of The Copyrights but more melodic and more “all over the place, but in a good way.”  On October 23rd they will be releasing a full-length album titled “Downer, Downer, Downer” on Insubordination Records and you can get yourself a taste of it by streaming two songs off the record here.