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Losing Sleep – Fear Of Missing Out
It Lies Within – Paramount
Verses – Invisible Lovers
Everyone Dies In Utah – Chronophobia
IDestroy – Vanity Loves Me
Can’t Swim – Come Home
Weatherstate – Piss It All Away
Casey Bolles – Chocolate (The 1975 cover)
Black Stone Cherry – The Way Of The Future
Anthrax – Breathing Lightning
Terrible Love – Change Nothing
Rory Indiana – Leave Me
Fizzy Blood – Sweat And Sulphur
Story – Article 10
The Word Alive – Trapped
Tom Aylott – Concubines
Grayscale – August Love
Pinegrove – New Friends
Daisyhead – Never Know (demo)
Fall Out Boy – Irresistible ft. Demi Lovato
Bury Tomorrow – Last Light
Rayne – Opportunity For Progress
The Kenneths – New Bad Habit
With Confidence – We’ll Be Okay
Heartless Breakers – Liquid Confidence
InTechnicolour – Hey, Who Really Cares? (Small Pond Session)
Better Than Never – Back Of The Line, Kid
Alesana – Comedy of Errors
Make Them Suffer – Fake
Western Daughter – My Room is a Mess
coldrain – Wrong
The Rocket Summer – Same Air
Black Coast – Mercenary
World Be Free – Shake The Ghost
Crosa Rosa – Little Leper
Bring Me The Horizon have revealed details of their first UK arena tour.
31 The O2, London
01 BIC, Bournemouth
02 Capital FM Arena, Nottingham
04 Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
05 The O2, London
06 Sheffield Arena, Sheffield
08 Manchester Arena, Manchester
09 The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Technical hardcore quartet The Colour Line will be joining up with F.O.E.S. for a run of shows in late March. The tour coincides with the release of the band’s forthcoming EP, ‘The Long Awaited Seal Of Disapproval’, which is set for release on the 26th February via Basick Records.
23 Sanctuary, Basingstoke
24 Vintage, Doncaster
25 The Hut, Corby
26 Underground, Plymouth
28 Black Heart (Camden), London
29 A.A.T.M.A, Manchester
30 Baltic Social, Liverpool
31 O’Rileys, Hull
01 Nice N Sleazy, Glasgow
Bristol three-piece IDestroy will be playing several UK shows in support of their forthcoming ‘Vanity Loves Me’ EP.
31st Firebug, Leicester (supporting Courtesans)
4th The Victoria, Swindon (supporting Rain)
18th The Rainbow Venues, Birmingham
27th The Cons Club, Chippenham (2pm)
27th The Cellar, Oxford (7pm)
5th T.Chances, Tottenham, London
6th Three Bridges Cricket Club, Crawley
11th The Louisiana, Bristol (supporting The Ramonas)
6th Bannermans Bar, Edinburgh
7th O’Rileys, Hull
Ducking Punches have confirmed the following shows in support of their new ‘Fizzy Brain’ LP.
3rd The Monarch, London
7th Stag and Hounds, Bristol
8th The Joiners, Southampton
9th Portland Arms, Cambridge
11th Arts Centre, Norwich
Petrol Girls hit the road later this month.
10 Underworld, London w/ H2O
13 Cowley Club, Brighton*
14 Lady Luck, Canterbury*
15 House Show, London*
16 The Irish Centre, Basingstoke*
17 Roll for the Soul, Bristol*
18 The Full Moon, Cardiff*
19 Althorpe Studios, Leamington*
20 Retro Bar, Manchester
21 The Shed Basement, Leicester
22 Fruit, Hull
23 Wharf Chambers, Leeds
28 The Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes w/ Capdown
29 The Owl Sanctuary, Norwich w/ Capdown
* w/ Perkie
Sorority Noise will return to the UK late next month for a run of shows that includes dates alongside Modern Baseball and Old Gray.
Feb 22 Rock City Basement, Nottingham (Headline)
23 Key Club, Leeds (Headline)
24 Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton w/ Old Gray
25 Electric Ballroom, London w / Modern Baseball
26 Gorilla, Manchester w / Modern Baseball
Lucero will tour the UK next month in support of their latest album – ‘All A Man Should Do’.
Thu 4th The Cluny, Newcastle
Fri 5th Audio, Glasgow
Sat 6th Exchange, Bristol
Sun 7th Exchange, Bristol
Tues 9th Ruby Lounge, Manchester
Wed 10th Ruby Lounge, Manchester
Thu 11th Brudenell, Leeds
Fri 12th The Garage, London
Sat 13th Joiners, Southampton
Miss Vincent and Vukovi will be supporting Fearless Vampire Killers on their March UK tour.
2nd O2 Academy 2, Newcastle
3rd O2 Academy 3, Birmingham
4th Electric Circus, Edinburgh
5th Sheffield, Corporation
7th Arts Club, Liverpool
8th Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
9th Talking Heads, Southampton
10th Arts Centre, Norwich
Welsh pop punk band Junior have announced a run of shows with As The Sun Sleeps.
07 The Star, Guildford
08 The Anvil, Bournemouth
09 Corner House, Cambridge
10 Club 85, Hitchin
11 The Vic, Swindon
12 Bunker, Cardiff
In The News
Milk Teeth have announced the departure of their vocalist and guitarist Josh Bannister ahead of the release of their debut album ‘Vile Child’ this month. Billy Hutton (ex-Hindsights) will be filling in for them on their forthcoming shows.
Russian metalcore band Wildways have joined Artery Recordings. Their new album ‘Into The Wild’ will be available later this year and was produced and engineered by Cameron Mizell (Memphis May Fire, The Word Alive).
’68 have began work on their second record.
Australian four-piece With Confidence have joined Hopeless Records.
Alter Bridge have begun work on their new album with producer producer Michael ‘Elvis’ Baskette. It is expected to be released in the Autumn.
Caliban will return on March 25th with the release of their new album – ‘Gravity’ via Century Media.
2. Mein schwarzes Herz
3. Who I Am
4. Left For Dead
5. Crystal Skies
6. Walk Alone
7. The Ocean’s Heart
9. For We Are Forever
11. No Dream Without A Sacrifice
Steel Panther have shared details of ‘Live From Lexxi’s Mom’s Garage’. It is the band’s first full length film featuring a live ten song acoustic concert interspersed with comedic scenes showcasing the band’s unmatched shenanigans and debauchery. It will be released on CD and CD/DVD by Steel Panther’s label Open E Records via Kobalt Label Services, on February 26th.
Having been picked as one of our 50 bands to watch in 2016, Ducking Punches have confirmed they will be releasing their new album, ‘Fizzy Brain’, on March 4th through Xtra Mile Recordings.
It’s available for pre-order now, and early birds who pre-order the album digitally will receive two new tracks ‘Greedy Bones’ and ‘God Damn Coward’, instantly.
Singer-songwriter Casey Bolles will release a covers EP called ‘Manhattan’ on January 22nd via Pure Noise Records.
1. Chocolate (The 1975)
2. Going To Georgia (the Mountain Goats)
3. Such Great Heights (Postal Service)
GIANTS have confirmed their debut debut full length, ‘Break The Cycle’, is to be released on 1st April 2016 via Holy Roar Records.
2. I’m Not Around
3. Our Own Enemy
4. Against The Grain
6. Did It Mean So Much To You
8. Break The Cycle
10. Another Day, Another Year
11. It’s Not All Bad News
13. I’ve been low
Formed in the wake of the recently departed Goodtime Boys, Bastions and Grappler comes modern hardcore band Terrible Love. They will release their debut EP, ‘Change Nothing’, later this month via Bandcamp.
Australian sextet Make Them Suffer have signed with Rise Records, which plans to re-issue the band’s 2015 LP ‘Old Souls’ later this year. The reissue will also include bonus material consisting of their independently released 2010 EP, ‘Lord Of Woe.’
Recently launched Leeds based singles club label Come Play With Me have confirmed their second single will come from Fizzy Blood and Officers on February 19th. Pre-orders for the single as well as purchase the previous single and associated merchandise can be found here.
Sheffield pop-rock/metalcore band Story have revealed details of their sophomore EP. The self-produced ‘Hopeless But Hoping’ will be released on March 4th. With their seamless mix of pop-rock, post-hardcore and metalcore, the quintet seemingly show plenty of potential, with this second showing Story’s more focussed approach.
1. Article 10
2. Push Me Away
4. Letting Go
5. Hopeless But Hoping
6. Carry Me Home
South East London feminist post-hardcore quartet Petrol Girls have confirmed they will release their new EP, ‘Some Thing’, on February 19th through Bomber Music (UK), Panic State Records (US) and LaserLife Records (EU).
Into It. Over It. went into the studio this week to record their new album which will be called ‘Standards’. The album will be produced by John Vanderslice and will be recorded straight to tape.
Indie pop band The Rocket Summer will return on February 26th with his new album – ‘Zoetic’ (Aviate Records).
1. Cold War
2. Same Air
4. Help Me Out
5. Get Over It
6. White Fireworks
7. You Are, You Are
8. FL, CA
9. Rule of Thirds Kind of Life
11. Emergency Landings
Staffordshire quintet Black Coasts will release their new EP, ‘Crows Of The North’, on February 26th.
Finnish gothic band The 69 Eyes will release their 12th studio album, ‘Universal Monsters’ through Nuclear Blast on April 22nd.
01. Dolce Vita
02. Jet Fighter Plane
03. Blackbird Pie
04. Lady Darkness
05. Stiv & Johnny
07. Miss Pastis
09. Shallow Graves
10. Rock ‘N’ Roll Junkie
The latest names for the Manchester Punk Festival have been confirmed the next round of bands:
Canadian four-piece The Flatliners, Citizen Fish, Grand Collapse, Roughneck Riot, Down and Outs, Autonomads, Astpai, Sam Russo, Zatopeks, Captain Hotknives, Wadeye, Riggots, Paper Wings, Don Blake and The Memory.
The Manchester Punk Festival takes place 21-23 April across various venues; Sound Control, Zombie Shack, Thirsty Scholar, Zoo, and Retro Bar.
Tickets can be purchased here.