A lot happens in our scene each week. In an attempt to capture what you might've missed, we gather up noteworthy moments and package them in one convenient post every weekend. Check out this week's roundup below!

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1. Taco Bell is showing California punk rockers SWMRS, whose debut album was ranked one of our best from 2016, some love in their new commercial. Check it out below!

The band’s song “Figuring It Out” plays in the background, and it’s only fitting since SWMRS are currently one of Taco Bell’s Feed The Beat artists. The Feed The Beat list also includes the likes Beach Weather, Speak Low If You Speak Love, Waterparks and more.

2. The Killers announced a vinyl reissue of their 2004 debut album Hot Fuss, set for a Jan. 13 release.

The LP is being released on standard weight vinyl and as a limited-edition white vinyl pressing.

3. Palisades announced that they’ll be heading on tour with Lacey Sturm, Stitched Up Heart and Letters From The Fire next spring. Check out the full list of cities and dates below!

Tour dates:
Jan. 20: Margate, FL
Jan. 21: Orlando, FL
Jan. 22: Atlanta, GA
Jan. 24: Houston, TX
Jan. 26: Austin, TX
Jan 27: San Antonio, TX
Jan. 28: Dallas, TX
Jan. 30: Knoxville, TN
Jan. 31: Columbus, OH
Feb. 1: Flint, MI
Feb. 3: Lancaster, PA
Feb. 4: Asbury Park, NJ
Feb. 6: New York, NY
Feb. 7: Cleveland, OH
Feb. 10: Sturtevant, WI
Feb. 11: Minneapolis, MN
Feb. 12: Crest Hill, IL
Feb. 14: Pittsburgh, PA

4. Danny Worsnop announced new tour dates in support of his upcoming solo album, The Long Road Home.

Check out the dates of the two intimate performances below, and preorder his debut solo album The Long Road Home, which is set to be released Feb. 17 via Earache, here.

Tour dates:
12 – LEEDS Crash Records
15 – KINGSTON Banquet Records

5. So What?! Music Festival announced that the Story So Far, Knuckle Puck, Can’t Swim, Capstan, Sleep On It and more will be headed to the Texas festival come March.

The festival already announced Forever The Sickest Kids, Mayday Parade, Every Time I Die, Dance Gavin Dance, We The Kings, Attila, Emmure, After The Burial and more for the festival, which is scheduled to take place March 24 through March 26.

6. Warped Tour was ranked No. 1 for voter registration for 2016 tours.

The 2016 Warped Tour beat out Dave Matthews Band, Phish, and Dr. Dog among others.