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Yearbook – I Stop Somewhere Waiting For You
Better Than Never – Head Under Water EP
Beach Head – Take Me To Heaven EP
It’s Still Better to Give Than Receive
BSM Records – 2016 Sampler
Captain Cuts – The Life Of Emo
Super Secret Club – Nope Nope No EP
Fuchsia – Loss
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My Chemical Romance – Welcome To The Black Parade (Steve Aoki 10th Anniversary Remix)
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes – Wild Flowers
As It Is – No Way Out
The Flatliners – Hang My Head
Counterfeit – Addiction
The World is a Beautiful Place & I am No Longer Afraid to Die – Body Without Organs
Stone Sour – Zzyzx Rd (Acoustic)
T.S.O.L. – I Wanted To See You
Matt Pryor – A Small Explosion
Homebound – Distrait
Palisades – Through Hell
Tall Ships – Day By Day
Cam Boucher – Blue Christmas
Ocean Grove – These Boys Light Fires
Wild Pink – Great Apes
Advent – Weight Of The World
Rick Rude – Make Mine Tuesday
I, The Current – Dead
Ruetz – Operation In Famine
Ruetz – Liberator Denial
Carousel Kings – Here, Now, Forever
Youth In Revolt – Not Giving Up
The Velveteins – Don’t Yah Feel Better?
Kairon; IRSE! – Starik
mouse on the keys – Earache
Rayne – Subject A
Biffy Clyro – Re-arrange
Lower Than Atlantis – Had Enough
State Champs – Losing Myself
Bring Me The Horizon – Happy Song (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)
Wars – The Art Of Not Knowing
Foxing – Indica
Seán McGowan – No Show
In Dynamics – Another Minute (Live at Lapwing Studio)
Simple Plan – Perfectly Perfect
Sad Blood – Audibly Bored
Losing Sleep – Never Told You
Petal – Chandelier Thief
SPORTS – Reality TV
Cope – Seasons Ending
Best Years – Beautiful Mess
Darko – Canthus Viewpoints
Avalanche Party – Solid Gold
A Promise To Forget – Sylvia
Cortes – Facing My Fear
Bruising – I Don’t Mind
The LaFontaines – Release the Hounds
Aphyxion – Same Kind of Different
Light Up The Sky – Body Right
Betraying The Martyrs – Lost For Words
Memoreve – Alleviate
Half Hearted – Terrified
Rave the Reqviem – Synchronized Stigma
From Inside – Two Sides Of Me
OhBoy! – Dirt
Lilium – Disappear
Ex People – Without
Tardive Dyskinesia – Savior Complex
Sir Reg – End of the Line
Bare Knuckle Parade – Come Alive
Rock legends KISS will return to thhe UK as part of their European tour in May.
Sat 27th SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Sun 28th Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
Tues 30th Manchester Arena, Manchester
Wed 31st O2 Arena, London
AFI will support Deftones on their short UK run in May.
05 Alexandra Palace, London
06 O2 Apollo, Manchester
07 SECC, Glasgow
Young Guns, Hands Like Houses and Roam will support Lower Than Atlantis on their March UK tour.
Thu 09 UEA, Norwich
Fri 10 O2 Academy, Birmingham
Sat 11 Academy, Manchester
Mon 13 O2 Academy, Leeds
Tue 14 O2 Academy, Newcastle
Wed 15 ABC, Glasgow
Fri 17 O2 Academy Brixton, London
Sat 18 The Great Hall, Cardiff
You Me At Six have added shows in Manchester and Norwich to their April headline tour.
02 Academy, Manchester
03 O2 Academy, Newcastle
05 Plymouth Pavilions, Plymouth
06 King George’s Hall, Blackburn
07 The Dome, Doncaster
08 UEA, Norwich
10 O2 Academy Birmingham, Birmingham
11 Solent Hall, Bournemouth
13 Glasgow, SECC
14 Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
15 Alexandra Palace, London
Green Day will be making a trip to Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland when they play Belfast’s Ormeau Park and Dublin’s Royal Hospital Kilmainham. They will be joined by special guests Rancid.
28 Ormeau Park, Belfast
29 Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin
French metallers Gojira will return to the UK in March for a headline tour.
Sat 11th O2 Academy, Birmingham
Sun 12th O2 Forum, London
Tue 14th Academy, Manchester
Wed 15th O2 Academy, Newcastle
Thu 16th O2 Academy, Leeds
Fri 17th O2 Abc, Glasgow
Sat 18th O2 Academy, Bristol
Enter Shikari will prepare for their Slam Dunk Festival headline set with a one-off show at Glasgow’s Barrowland Ballroom on 25th May. As with the Slam Dunk sets, the night will see them perform album ‘Take To The Skies’, which soon celebrates its tenth anniversary.
Strike Anywhere have announced a run of UK shows where they will be joined Petrol Girls and Bear Trade.
21 Manchester Punk Fest
22 Exchange, Bristol
23 Underworld, London
24 Cavern, Exeter
29 Groezrock Festival, Meerhout, BE
HECK have announced a free hometown Christmas show at Rough Trade Nottingham on Saturday December 17th. Support comes from Palm Reader and Autumn Diet Plans.
Counterfeit will tour the UK in April.
18 Key Club, Leeds
19 Academy 3, Manchester
20 O2 Academy 2, Newcastle
21 Stereo, Glasgow
22 Rock City Basement, Nottingham
23 O2 Academy 3, Birmingham
25 Fleece, Bristol
26 Underworld, London
28 Joiners, Southampton
29 The Haunt, Brighton
Hellions have announced a run of UK headline shows. Support comes from Acres.
21 Sticky Mike’s, Brighton
22 Red Room, Nottingham
23 The Garage Attic, Glasgow
24 Jumpin Jacks, Newcastle
25 Key Club, Leeds
26 Joiners, Southampton
27 Underground, Plymouth
28 Fuel, Cardiff
Laura Stevenson and The Lion and the Wolf will join Kevin Devine on his early 2017 tour.
29 Thekla, Bristol
30 Bodega, Nottingham
31 Deaf Institute, Manchester
01 Stereo, Glasgow
02 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
03 The Dome, London
Greywind will celebrate the release of their debut album, ‘Afterthoughts’ on January 27th with a headline show at London’s St Pancras Old Church.
London four-piece VANT have announced a run of UK dates in support of their debut album ‘Dumb Blood’.
24 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
25 Wardrobe, Leeds
26 Oh Yeah, Belfast
27 Academy 2, Dublin
01 Gorilla, Manchester
02 Plug, Sheffield
03 O2 Institute 2, Birmingham
04 Sin City, Swansea
05 O2 Academy 2, Oxford
07 Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
08 Thekla, Bristol
09 Electric Ballroom, London
Sweden’s Royal Republic will return to the UK in the Spring for three shows.
30 The Garage, Glasgow
31 Academy 2, Manchester
01 Electric Ballroom, London
TNSrecords have announced the TNSrecords 2017 tour. The line-up consists of Wonk Unit, The Roughneck Riot, Faintest Idea and Revenge of the Psychotronic Man.
Fri 24th The Portland Arms, Cambridge
Sat 25th Camden Underworld, London
Fri 10th Think Tank, Newcastle
Sat 11th Redd Suite, Dundee
Sun 12th Bannerman’s, Edinburgh
Fri 17th The Maze, Nottingham
Sat 18th The Exchange, Bristol
In The News
Counterfeit have joined Xtra Mile Recordings.
Toronto’s The Flatliners have joined Rise Records. They’re scheduled to release a new album in the first half of 2017.
Stone Sour have announced they will celebrate the 10th anniversary of their second album, ‘Come What(ever) May’ with a deluxe edition released on 16th December via digital download, streaming and 2 x LP black & gold mixed vinyl – the album’s first ever vinyl release.
2. Come What(ever) May
3. Hell & Consequences
5. Made Of Scars
1. Your God
2. Through Glass
4. 1st Person
6. Zzyzx Rd.
1. Though Glass (Live Acoustic) *
2. Wicked Game (Live Acoustic) *
3. Wild Horses (Live Acoustic) *
4. Cardiff (Acoustic) *
5. Zzyxx Rd. (Acoustic) *
3. Freeze Dry Seal
4. The Day I Let Go
5. The Frozen
* Previously Unreleased
Influential Southern California punk rock band T.S.O.L. will return in 2017. ‘The Trigger Complex’ is the band’s 11th studio album and will be released through their new label – Rise Records.
1. Give Me More
3. Strange World
5. The Right Side
6. Why Can’t We Do It Again
7. I Wanted To See You
8. Wild Life
9. Nothing Ever Lasts
10. Going Steady
11. Still The Same
12. Don’t You Want Me
Anti Flag have announced the first of two live albums on January 20th. ‘Live Vol. 1’ will be released through Little Rocket Records and A-F Records.
1. The Press Corpse
2. You’d Do The Same
3. Fabled World
4. Born To Die
5. You Are Fired
6. Fuck The Flag
7. Broken Bones
8. Death Of A Nation
9. Their System Doesn’t Work For You
10. Drink Drank Punk
11. Tearing Everyone Down
12. Brandenburg Gate
13. Die For The Government
Halestorm will release their third covers EP, ‘ReAniMate 3: The CoVeRs eP’ on Friday January 6th.
1. Still Of The Night (Originally Performed By Whitesnake)
2. Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover (Originally Performed By Sophie B. Hawkins)
3. I Hate Myself For Loving You (Originally Performed By Joan Jett & The Blackhearts)
4. Heathens (Originally Performed By Twenty One Pilots)
5. Fell On Black Days (Originally Performed By Soundgarden)
6. Ride The Lightning (Originally Performed By Metallica)
Matt Pryor (of The Get Up Kids) will release ‘Memento Mori’, his fifth solo full-length album, on February 17 via Equal Vision Records/Rory Records.
2. A Small Explosion
4. I Won’t Be Afraid
6. Where Is Juan Carlos?
7. When We Go Wrong
9. Is This Home?
Nashville, TN indie emo quintet Free Throw have signed to Triple Crown Records.
Wild Pink have announced their debut self-titled LP will be released through Tiny Engines on February 10th.
1. How Do You Know If God Takes You Back?
2. Great Apes
3. Broke On
4. Playing Through A Dip Related Injury
5. Battle Of Bedford Falls
6. Wizard Of Loneliness
7. Albert Ross
8. Nothing To Show
9. Wanting Things Makes You Shittier
10. I Used To Be Small
11. They Hate Our Freedom
Scylla Records have released a new charity Christmas compilation titled ‘It’s Still Better to Give Than Receive’. It features 14 brand new Christmas tracks from the the pop punk/alternative scene, with all profit from the compilation going to the Great Ormond Street Hospital and Children’s Charity. You can find the compilation here.
1. Former Tides – Just for Now (Originally by Imogen Heap)
2. Retro Youth – ChristIsItThatTimeAgainMas
3. High Tides – Last Christmas (Originally by Wham!)
4. Skyway Avenue – Don’t Let Me Go
5. You Know The Drill – Decemberism (Originally by Man Overboard)
6. Luke Rainsford – Lonely this Christmas (Originally by Mud)
7. EVERYONE & ANYONE – Stay Another Day (Originally by East 17)
8. Who Saves The Hero? – I Won’t Be Home for Christmas (Originally by Blink-182)
9. Evertim – Across the Miles
10. Northern Nightlights – A Northern Nightlights Christmas
11. Penelope Tree – It’s Christmas (Don’t Sweat the Small Things)
12. Anna’s Anchor – Driving Home for Christmas (Originally by Chris Rea)
13. Brave Vultures – It’s Christmas (Don’t You Know)
14. Adeem the Artist – Christmas in the City
Knoxville alt-metal/grunge group 10 Years have joined Mascot Label Group.
French extreme metallers Betraying The Martyrs have confirmed their third album, ‘The Resilient’, will be released January 27th via Sumerian Records.
1. Lost For Words
2. Take Me Back
3. The Great Disillusion
4. Dying To Live
5. The Resilient
7. Won’t Back Down
9. Behind The Glass
10. Waste My Time
12. Wide Awake
Southampton’s melodic metalcore band Our Hollow, Our Home have revealed details of their debut album. ‘Hartsick’ is scheduled for release on March 3rd.
1. The Sea Will Sleep…
3. Throne To The Wolves
4. Worms Wood
6. Feast For The Crows
8. The Wild Will Wait…
9. Pride: Lieoness
10. Pride: Of Might And Mane
11. Web Weaver
12. The Forest Will Fall…
13. Fox Blood
Amsterdam based metalband The Charm The Fury have joined Nuclear Blast. Their second album is due for release in 2017.
Holy Roar Records have signed New Zealand/British metallic hardcore duo RUETZ. Their debut EP, ‘Melanoma’, will be digitally available on the 16th December, with a vinyl release due for next year.
Up-and-coming Birmingham rockers A Promise To Forget will release their debut album, ‘Dying To Live’, on Friday 3rd February 2017.
North Carolina’s Advent will return after six years with a new 12", ‘Pain & Suffering’, on Janaury 27th on Bridge Nine.
Sam Skinner of Pinegrove has joined Soft Speak Records roster for the release of his solo debut album. ‘Danny Through Junior’ will be released on January 13th.
7. Letter 2
Over 20 bands have been added to next year’s Download Festival with the likes of Alter Bridge, Mastodon, Sum 41, Good Charlotte, Pierce The Veil, Coheed and Cambria and Opeth being just some of the names announced.
The other names are:
The Dead Daisies
Four Year Strong
Crown The Empire
The One Hundred
The first names for Reading and Leeds Festival have been announced with Muse being confirmed as the first headliners. Some of the other names announced are At The Drive In, Architects, While She Sleeps and Against The Current.
Thy Art Is Murder, Miss May I, Being As An Ocean and In Hearts Wake have been announced for Impericon Festival. It’ll take place at Manchester Academy on April 17th.