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Sorority Noise – You’re Not As _______ As You Think
Knuckle Puck – Calendar Days / Indecisive
The Obsessives – The Obsessives
Coast To Coast – The Length of a Smile
The Other Stars – We Were Kids (Acoustic)
The Charm The Fury – The Sick, Dumb & Happy
Righteous Vendetta – Cursed
blink-182 – Parking Lot
Linkin Park – Battle Symphony
The Flatliners – Infinite Wisdom
Amy Lee – Speak To Me
Catch Fire – Thin Ice
Create To Inspire – Adjust
Blood Command – Quitters Don’t Smoke
Ohhms – The Magician
Capture – Lost Control
Rosen Bridge – Dreamcatcher
Womps – Darling
Little Star – Calming Ritual #1
No Vacation – Mind Fields
Valerian Swing – Four Horses
We Ride – What You Are (feat. JJ Peters of Deez Nuts)
Varvara – Weatherman
The Nyx – Fire Breathing Lady
The Afterimage – Pursue
Lost Your Name – Behind Me
Andy James – Never Back Down
Kniefy – Tanlines
Ex People – Over
Mastodon – Show Yourself
Weezer – Feels Like Summer
Four Year Strong – Men Are From Mars
Ocean Grove – Thunderdome (feat. Running Touch)
Acceptance – Fire And Rain
Oathbreaker – Rheia: The Visual Story
Employed To Serve – I Spend My Days (Wishing Them Away)
As Lions – One By One
Casey – Little Bird
Inklings – Let It Out
Loathe – It’s Yours
Wage War – Stitch
Tigress – Give Me a Chance
Witterquick – Hiding Place
Nightlife – Salt & Acid
Fit For An Autopsy – Black Mammoth
Borders – Comatosed
IDestroy – Annie
Sleeptalking – Professional Dreamer
Faintest Idea – Ouroboros
Isotopes – Legend Of George Brett
…And The Hangnails – Don’t Waste My Time
Secret Space – Safety Not Guaranteed
Nine Shrines – King Of Mercy
The Amazons – Black Magic
Parting Gift – Be Still
American Standards – Writers Block Party
Molehill – Hearts on Fire
The Voynich Code – Delusion ft. Jake Luhrs
Metallica will bring their ‘WorldWired Tour’ to the UK in October. Support comes Kvelertak.
22 The O2, London
24 The O2, London
26 SSE Hydro, Glasgow
28 Arena, Manchester
30 Genting Arena, Birmingham
Weezer will embark on a UK tour in late October.
23 O2 Academy, Leeds
24 O2 Academy, Glasgow
25 O2 Apollo, Manchester
27 O2 Academy, Birmingham
28 SSE Arena, Wembley, London
Bowling For Soup frontman Jaret Reddick has announced his solo first UK tour. ‘Heartache & Hilarity’ will consist of a mixture of songs, comedy, anecdotes and questions, as Reddick discusses his 20+ years with Bowling For Soup along with his various other endeavours.
Thursday 14th Key Club, Leeds
Friday 15th Concorde 2, Brighton
Saturday 16th Thekla, Bristol
Sunday 17th Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
Monday 18th Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton
Tuesday 19th Riverside, Newcastle
Wednesday 20th Gorilla, Manchester
Thursday 21st Islington Assembly Hall, London
Canadian singer/songwriter SayWeCanFly has announced a UK tour for this May.
1st Satan’s Hollow, Manchester
2nd G2, Glasgow
3rd O2 Academy III, Birmingham
4th Exchange, Bristol
5th Boston Music Room, London
Youth Killed It will support the release of ‘Modern Bollotics’ with a UK tour. Support comes from Tirade.
13 Hanger Farm Arts Centre, Southampton
14 Satans Hollow, Manchester
15 The Packhorse, Leeds
16 The Shed, Leicester
17 Epic Studios, Norwich
18 Subside, Birmingham
In The News
blink-182 will release a deluxe edition version of ‘California’ on May 19th. It will included 11 new songs and an acoustic version of ‘Bored to Death’.
2. Bored to Death
3. She’s Out of Her Mind
4. Los Angeles
6. Built This Pool
7. No Future
8. Home is Such a Lonely Place
9. Kings of the Weekend
10. Teenage Satellites
11. Left Alone
12. Rabbit Hole
13. San Diego
14. The Only Thing That Matters
16. Brohemian Rhapsody
Deluxe Edition tracks:
1. Parking Lot
3. Good Old Days
4. Don’t Mean Anything
5. Hey I’m Sorry
6. Last Train Home
9. Long Lost Feeling
10. Bottom of the Ocean
11. Can’t Get You More Pregnant
12. Bored to Death (Acoustic)
On June 2nd, Flogging Molly will release ‘Life Is Good’, their first studio album in six years via Spinefarm Records/Vanguard Records.
BabyMetal will release a new live DVD/Blu-Ray, ‘Live At Tokyo Dome’, April 12th.
Incubus have revealed the track listing for their new album – ‘8’. It’s set for release on April 21st through Island Records.
01. No Fun
02. Nimble Bastard
03. State Of The Art
07. When I Became A Man
08. Familiar Faces
09. Love In A Time Of Surveilance
10. Make No Sound In The Digital Forest
11. Throw Out The Map
Milk Teeth have finished recording their second album.
Australian metalcore group Capture The Crown have become Capture.
Melodic hardcore band Create To Inspire have announced their debut album will be called ‘Sickness’. It is due for release on 26th May via Basick Records.
The Amazons will release their self-titled debut album on June 2nd on Fiction Records.
1. Stay With Me
2. Burn My Eyes
3. In My Mind
4. Junk Food Forever
6. Black Magic
8. Little Something
9. Holy Roller
10. Something in the Water
North Wales metalcore quintet Rosen Bridge have revealed details of their forthcoming sophomore EP. ‘Dreamcatcher’ contains four tracks and will be released on May 12th.
2. Hold On
3. Never Grow
4. Brand New
Michigan-based emo band Charmer have joined No Sleep Records. The label has digitally re-released the bands first two EP’s, ‘Best Worst Birthday Ever’ and ‘Whateverville’ today. They are currently recording a full-length with Modern Baseball’s Jake Ewald, which is due for release later this year.
UK rockers Skarlett Riot have joined Swedish label Despotz Records. A new single entitled ‘Feel’, is due out April 21st.
Lincoln tech-metallers Borders have announced they will release a new EP called ‘Diagnosed’ on April 21st. It will be the band’s first EP with new vocalist Jordan “JJ” Olifent.
Emery have launched an Indiegogo campaign for their seventh album.
Belgium emo quartet Major have announced they will release a new EP, ‘With So Much Open Space’, on April 24th through Beth Shalom Records.
1. Recognise Me
2. Go Long, Kid
3. Nothing Will
4. Between Violet Street and Where You Live Now
Toronto’s Sam Coffey & The Iron Lungs have joined Burger Records and Dine Alone Records for the release of their forthcoming self-titled LP. It’s due for release on July 28th.
01. Talk 2 Her
06. I: Ragnarock
07. II: Teenage Release
08. III: PhD
09. You Don’t Have To Be Nice
Ohio quartet Nine Shrines have confirmed details of their debut EP. ‘Misery’ will be released through Mascot Records digitally on 7th April and physically on 21st April.
2. King Of Mercy
Trophy Wives have changed their name to MAKEOUT.
London stoner sludge four-piece Ex People have joined New Heavy Sounds. Their debut album, ‘Bird’, is due for release on May 19th.
Berlin-based electronic-rock duo Bullet Height have announced the release of their debut album. ‘No Atonement’ will be released on 19th May via Superball Music / Sony Music.
American Opera, the brainchild of NYC singer-songwriter John Bee, has signed with Spartan Records and will be releasing the debut album ‘Small Victories’ this spring.
Metal instrumentalists Andy James will release a solo record, ‘Exodus’, on 5 May via Urban Yeti Records.
Eleven new names have been added to this year’s Slam Dunk Festival; Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, Crossfaith, Waterparks, With Confidence, Milk Teeth, Decade, Counterfeit., Black Foxxes, Fort Hope, Puppy and SHVPES.
World Wrestling Entertainment’s NXT will be returning to the Download Festival in June.
Stage times for next month’s Ritual Festival 2017 have been announced. It takes place on Saturday 8th April 2017 at Canal Mills, Leeds. It will be preceded by an official pre-show on the Friday in Leeds at Belgrave Music Hall featuring Akercoke, Fen, The Infernal Sea and Sathamel.
Ihsahn – 9.30pm
All Pigs Must Die – 8pm
Anaal Nathrakh – 6.40pm
Bossk – 5.30pm
Unfathomable Ruination – 4.30pm
Serpent Venom – 3.30pm
Conjurer – 2.30pm
Misery Index – 8.40pm
Canvas – 7.30pm
The Afternoon Gentlemen – 6.10pm
Crepitation – 5pm
Corrupt Moral Altar – 4pm
Kurokuma – 3pm
Groak – 2pm