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Tin Horn Prayer (folk punk) release new material paying homage to the passing of former members

Denver-based, folk-punks Tin Horn Prayer have reunited after a two year hiatus to release two new tracks in memory of founding member Camden Trendler and vocalist Mike Herrera. The songs feature cameo performances from friends of the band on banjo and lap steel guitar and provide an emotional and heartfelt eulogy.

The collection, entitled “Love Under Will” is free to listen to below.

Andy Thomas (Tin Horn Prayer) releases video for “Simple Solution” off solo album

Andy Thomas of Denver folk-punk act Tin Horn Prayer has released a new video, for the track “Simple Solution.”

Check it out here.

The song appears on his solo record Wicked, Dark, which came out back in February.

Tin Horn Prayer stream new song “Rosie” (feat. Chuck Ragan)

Denver folk-punk act Tin Horn Prayer are streaming a new song, “Rosie,” which features guest vocals from Hot Water Music frontman Chuck Ragan, and will be appearing on the bands upcoming album, “Grapple The Rails.”

You can check it out here.

“Grapple The Rails” is set to be released on November 6th via Paper + Plastick.

Tin Horn Prayer announce album “Grapple The Rails,” stream album version of “Call A Priest”

Denver folk-punk act Tin Horn Prayer have announced that they will be releasing their Paper + Plastick debut, titled “Grapple The Rails” on October 22.  Check out the album art at the left.  The band has also released the album version of “Call A Priest” for streaming.  To listen to the song, click here.

Tin Horn Prayer released a split with Rob Huddleston last month.

Paper + Plastick to release Jon Snodgrass EP and Tin Horn Prayer/Rob Huddleston split

On July 10th, Paper + Plastick will release a Jon Snodgrass EP as well as a Tin Horn Prayer and Rob Huddleston.

The Jon Snodgrass track is called “More Buddies” and the Tin Horn Prayer and Rob Huddleston songs are called “All’s Well That Ends” and “Angry All the Time,” respectively.

You can hear a track from each band here.

Natural Disasters / One Win Choice releasing split 7-inch

Michigan punk act Natural Disasters are teaming up with New Jersey hardcore act One Win Choice to release a split 7 inch via Bermuda Mohawk Productions.

The album will be released January 18th (artwork by Craig Horky) and according to Natural Disasters, the band is heading into the studio this month to record two new songs for the release.

New Song: “Winter in New Bedford” from Upcoming imadethismistake Album “Bow & Quiver”


Folk-punk group Imadethismistake have added Winter in New Bedford from their upcoming album Bow & Quiver to their MySpace page. They’ve already posted two other songs (Billboards and Stateside) from the album for you to preview on the same page.

Bow & Quiver (artwork shown here) comes out on May 11 through Bermuda Mohawk Productions and it’s now available for pre-order through their webstore. There are 10 tracks on the record and it will set you back $10. The boys are about to go on tour in support of the album – check out the dates on Dying Scene Shows.

Imadethismistake post two songs from thier upcoming album “Bow & Quiver”

imadethismistakeImadethismistake have posted two new songs (Stateside and Billboards) to their MySpace page.  Both tracks will appear on the band’s upcoming album Bow & Quiver, which is slated for a May Release on Bermuda Mohawk Productions.

Imadethismistake are currently on tour.  For dates and locations check out their Dying Scene Shows page.