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Thirty Seconds To Mars – Dangerous Night
Brian Fallon – My Name Is The Night (Color Me Black)
The Dangerous Summer – Valium
Hop Along – How Simple
Camp Cope – How To Socialise & Make Friends
Cold Years – Seasons
The Damned – Standing On The Edge Of Tomorrow
Hurry – Every Little Thought
Bailer – Feel It More
Pillow Queens – Favourite
Bearfoot Beware – Point Scorer
Indoor Pets – So Soon
Everything To Nothing – Daylight
7 Minute Martians – Hold On
The Violet Kind – Speakeasy
I PROMISED ONCE – Picture Perfect
Captives – Paint It In Blue
Jonathan Davis – What It Is
Crossfaith – Wipeout
Nervus – It Follows
Fizzy Blood – ADHD
Gender Roles – About Her
Oso Oso – Reindeer Games
Great Grandpa – Teen Challenge
The Devil Wears Prada – Transit Blues
Malevolence – Self Supremacy
Conjurer – Retch
Shields – It’s Killing Me
Dead! – The Boys ✞ The Boys
Oceans of Slumber – The Banished Heart
Phoenix Calling – Lose This
Winchester – Diamond
Halcyon Hope – Marshland
Three Days Grace – The Mountain
Stone – Skeletons
Josh Todd & The Conflict – Story of My Life
Selfish Things – 1435
Temples on Mars – So in Love with Your Own Drug
Prospective – So Far Gone
Abraskadabra – The Dream
Counterpoint – Leave It All Behind
PINE – Jilt
Meltdown – Rip Out My Eyes
Sprit D’Air – Starstorm
S!ege – Tuesday Blues
Lumen – Moon Reader
Sick N’ Beautiful – Megalomaniacal
TTNG have confirmed a UK tour for this April.
23 Booking Hall, Dover
24 Borderline, London*
25 Temple Of Boom*, Leeds
26 The Classic Grand, Glasgow w/ Vasa + Adult Fun
27 The Cookie, Leicester
28 Bad Pond Festival, The Arch, Brighton
29 The Cavern, Exeter w/ Beverly Shrills
30 The Exchange, Bristol w/ Chiyoda Ku + Steve Strong
* w/ Delta Sleep
The Winter Passing, WOAHNOWS and Fresh will be heading out on a tour of the UK and Ireland next month.
23rd Old Blue Last, London
24th Chunk, Leeds
25th Sticky Mike’s, Brighton
26th Fighting Cocks, Kingston
27th Rough Trade, Nottingham*
28th Exchange, Bristol*
1st Brewery Coffee, Maynooth (acoustic)
2nd Grand Social, Dublin
3rd American Bar, Belfast
* The Winter Passing and Woahnows only.
London crossover band TRC have announced an EP release show at London’s Borderline. It will take place on Monday 19th March with ‘Lifestyle’ set to be released on March 30th.
Bellevue Days and PATRONS have announced they will be going out on a co-headline run in May.
9th Green Door Store, Brighton
10th Lending Room, Leeds
11th Castle Hotel, Manchester
12th Frog & Fiddle, Cheltenham
13th Boileroom, Guildford
In The News
Metallica will release a remastered version of ‘The $5.98 EP – Garage Days Re-Revisited’ on April 13th. It is part of their ongoing remasters series via their own Blackened Recordings label.
1. Helpless (originally released by Diamond Head)
2. The Small Hours (originally released by Holocaust)
3. The Wait (originally released by Killing Joke)
4. Crash Course in Brain Surgery (originally released by Budgie)
5. Last Caress/Green Hell (originally released by The Misfits)
Philadelphia quartet Hop Along will return with their album, ‘Bark Your Head Off, Dog’ on April 6th via Saddle Creek Records.
1. How Simple
2. Somewhere a Judge
3. How You Got Your Limp
4. Not Abel
5. The Fox in Motion
6. One That Suits Me
7. What the Writer Meant
8. Look of Love
9. Prior Things
The Color Morale have announced they are going in hiatus.
Washington indie rock band Pedro The Lion have joined Polyvinyl.
Legendary punk band, The Damned, will return with ‘Evil Spirits’, their first album in nearly ten years. It’s set to be released April 13th on Search And Destroy/Spinefarm Records.
1. Standing On The Edge Of Tomorrow
2. Devil In Disguise
3. We’re So Nice
4. Look Left
5. Evil Spirits
6. Shadow Evocation
7. Sonar Deceit
9. Daily Liar
10. I Don’t Care
Irish insturmental trio God Is An Astronaut will release their ninth album, ‘Epitaph’, through Naplam Records on April 27th.
2. Mortal Coil
3. Winter Dusk/Awakening
4. Seance Room
Long Island indie punk band, Oso Oso, have signed to Triple Crown Records. They will be reissuing last years impressive album, ‘The Yunahon Mixtape’, with new music to follow.
SECRETS have detailed their eponymous full-length which is set for release on February 23rd via Made in the Shade Records.
5. Five Years
6. Mouth Breather
7. Lost Cause
8. Last Time
9. Chemical Reaction
11. The End
12. Let Me In
Internationally acclaimed and multi-platinum certified Canadian band, Three Days Grace, will release their new album, ‘Outsider’, on 9th March via Music For Nations.
Los Angeles’ Spanish Love Songs have detailed their new album. ‘Schmaltz’ will be released on March 30th via A-F Records (US) and Uncle M Records (UK/Europe).
2. Sequels, Remakes, and Adaptions
4. Buffalo Buffalo
6. The Boy Considers His Haircut
7. El Niño Considers His Failures
8. Joana, In Five Acts
9. Beer & Nyquil (Hold It Together)
10. It’s Not Interesting
11. Aloha To No One
London modern rockers Temples on Mars have joined Primordial Records. Their self-titled EP will be released in April.
Irish queer indie quartet Pillow Queens have announced they will be releasing a new 12" EP. It’s called ‘State of The State’ and will be released through Specialist Subject on March 16th.
Rock quintet Off Road Minivan have joined Tooth & Nail Records. They will be releasing their debut EP, ‘Spiral Gaze’, on February 16th.
Toronto-based alternative rock band Selfish Things are set to release an EP called ‘Vertical Love’ on 16th March via A Wolf At Your Door Records.
Leeds DIY punk/noise-rock outfit Bearfoot Beware have revealed plans to release a new record. It’s called ‘Sea Magnolia’ and will be released on 16th March via Superstar Destroyer Records.
1. Point Scorer
2. Without a Shot Fired
3. Knots in the Rope
5. Punk is Violence
6. No Wisdom
7. Future Beaut
9. Sea Magnolia
Glasgow quartet Neshiima have announced the first of an upcoming trilogy of EP’s. ‘Purple’ will be released on March 23rd.
Spanish metalcore outfit Meltdown have joined Imminence Records. An album called ‘From This Day To The Grave’ is set to be released on March 16th.
Scottish rockers The Violet Kind prepare to push boundaries with the release of their captivating concept EP, ‘OXTR’, out on 16th March via Kindness Records.
The following 65 bands have been announced for this year’s Download Festival:
Black Stone Cherry, Shinedown, Thunder, Volbeat, You Me At Six, The Bronx, Marmozets, Jonathan Davis, The Temperance Movement, Thrice, Hatebreed, TesseracT, Baroness, Cancer Bats, L7, Dragonforce, The Struts, Monster Truck, Less Than Jake, Boston Manor, Milk Teeth, Greta Van Fleet, Whiskey Myers, Thy Art Is Murder, Cradle of Filth, Inglorious, Kreator, The Maine, Stray From The Path, Jamie Lenman, Employed To Serve, Puppy, Rolo Tomassi, Miss May I, SHVPES, Bury Tomorrow, Higher Power, Dead Cross, Stick To Your Guns, Blessthefall, The Bottom Line, Emmure, Plini, Myrkur, Knocked Loose, All Them Witches, Malevolence, Wayward Sons, Zeal & Ardor, No Hot Ashes, Gold Key, The Hyena Kill, Sun Arcana, Tigress, Death Blooms, The Faim, Turbonegro, Corrosion Of Conformity, Savage Messiah, Myke Gray, Von Hertzen Brothers, Woes, Powerflo, Sleep Token, and Koyo.
The third wave of bands for this year’s Slam Dunk Festival has been announced. It sees Twin Atlantic, The Skints, Set Your Goals, Northlane, Comeback Kid, Counterparts, Capdown, Save Ferris, Broadside and Can’t Swim joining the late May Bank Holiday event.
At The Gates have been announced as the Ronnie James Dio special guest for the Sunday at this year’s Bloodstock Open Air Festival. Other names announced this week are Exhorder, Weight of the Tide and Sangre.
Turbowolf, Spook School, Weirds, Gender Roles, Indoor Pets, Strange Bones, and Nelson Can are amongst the latest names to be announced for Leicester’s Handmade Festival. The other new additions are Drenge, The Big Moon, Spector, Girl Ray, Findlay, Thought Forms, Anteros, Easy Life, Phobophones, Black Futures, Sports Team, Babe Punch and Soft Boys & Girls Club.
With headliners coming in the form of Feeder and Ash, the Teddy Rocks Festival has added 14 more names to this year’s bill. Amongst the additions are Sonic Boom Six, Devil Sold His Soul, MC Lars, Nervus, Wallflower, Shields, The Hyena Kill and Home Wrecked.
The Cult have been announced as the first headliners for Ramblin’ Man Fair 2017. The other new additions are GUN, Chas & Dave, Me & That Man, Voyager and Goldray.
The full lineup for the second WRONG Festival have been announced. Joining the likes of headliners Future of the Left will be Gnod, Conan, Spectres, Bilge Pump, Elevant, Spqr, Thank, Death And The Penguin, Table Scraps, Irk, Gravves, Kapil Seshasayee, Ohmns, Buried Sleeper, Black Pudding, Alpha Maid, Nasty Little Lonely, Tokyo Taboo, Sons, Lucy Leave, Bisch Nadar, Salt The Snail Vs Bleach Sweets, Lonesaw, Patchwork Guilt, Psyblings, Swearwolves, and Lewis O’Neill.
WRONG Festival takes place at Liverpool Dockland on April 28th.