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Less Than Jake – Sound The Alarm EP
Sinai Vessel – Brokenlegged
Gender Roles – Planet X-Ray EP
Boris The Blade – Warpath
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Mastodon – Sultan’s Curse
Frank Turner – The Sand In The Gears
Lonely The Brave – Collider
Decade – Brand New Again
Motionless In White – Eternally Yours
Pallbearer – Thorns
Chelsea Grin – American Dream
The Dead Rabbits – Dead Again
The King Blues – Heart Of A Lion
Matt Pryor and Dan Andriano – Cecelia (Simon & Garfunkel cover)
Blood Command – Cult Drugs
Darko – Set In Our Ways
Freeze the Atlantic – The People Are Revolting
Danko Jones – My Little RnR
Where Fires Are – I’ve Got The Time
Slow Death Lights – City Of Lights
Morta Skuld – Breathe In The Black
A Festival, A Parade – People Person
Touché Amoré – Benediction
Mallory Knox – Better Off Without You
While She Sleeps – You Are We
Mayday Parade – Black Cat
Opeth – Era
Senses Fail – Jets To Peru
Bayside – Mary
The Bouncing Souls – Battleground
Palisades – Fall
Waterparks – Royal
Pulled Apart By Horses – Hotel Motivation
The Lion and the Wolf – Walk On The Moon
Acceptance – Haunted
Casey – Darling
Vukovi – La Di Da
Vola – Emily
Our Last Night – Black Beatles (Rae Sremmurd cover)
God Damn – It Bites
The Hyena Kill – Tongue Tied
Sworn To Oath – Loyalty
Arch Enemy – War Eternal (Live at Wacken 2016)
HELLYEAH – Love Falls
Museum Mouth – Riff From My Head
InVisions – Turn Up
Piano Wire – Weird Heroes
Dude Trips – Glory Days
Retro Youth – The Lost And Found
Figures – Filter
Calling Apollo – The Wars
Ayreon – The Day That The World Breaks Down – The Source
Earthside – A Dream In Static feat. Daniel Tompkins
Osiah – The Harvesting
The Ultraviolet – All I Need Is To Be Needed
Standing Like Statues – Daytime TV
Tengger Cavalry – Du Hast (Rammstein Cover)
Message To The Masses – Time to Dance (Panic! at the Disco cover)
Avalon Landing – Only Kids
Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls have been announced as support for blink-182’s UK arena tour.
Mon 3rd Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Tue 4th Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
Wed 5th First Direct Arena, Leeds
Fri 7th Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
Sun 9th Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
Tue 11th The Sse Hydro, Glasgow
Fri 14th Arena, Manchester
Sat 15th Echo Arena, Liverpool
Mon 17th Int Center, Bournemouth
Wed 19th The 02, London
Thu 20th The 02, London
Having sold out one night at London’s Eventim Apollo on June 14th, Evanescence have added a second date on June 13th.
Devil Sold His Soul will mark the 10th anniversary ‘A Fragile Hope’, with four UK shows in April. The shows will see the band perform the album in full with former vocalist Ed Gibbs and current vocalist Paul Green.
14 O2 ABC 2, Glasgow
15 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
21 Thekla, Bristol
29 Boston Music Room, London
Goldfinger will play a one-off headline show at the 100 Club in London on 31st May.
Press To Meco have announced a short UK tour where they will be playing their debut album ‘Good Intent’, in full.
Sat 4th The Packhorse, Leeds
Sun 5th Audio, Glasgow
Mon 6th The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
Tues 7th Black Heart, London (w/ Massmatiks and Bellevue Days)
Darko have announced they will support the release of their new album ‘Bonsai Mammoth’ with a run of UK shows.
03 The Star, Guildford
17 The Birdcage, Portsmouth
18 Retro Bar, Manchester
14 New Cross Inn (Dugstock), London
16 The Tub, Hastings
Elvis Depressedly will return to the UK in April as part of a European run.
23 The Joker, Brighton
24 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
25 The Star and Garter, Manchester
26 Kamio, London
Slaves (US) have announced they will be touring the UK in March.
23 Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton
24 O2 Islington Academy, London
25 Thekla, Bristol
27 The Rainbow Complex, Birmingham
28 Rock City, Nottingham
29 King Tuts, Glasgow
30 Sound Control, Manchester
Vukovi will support the release of their self-titled debut album on March 10th with a headline tour.
10 King Tut’s, Glasgow
11 Key Club, Leeds
13 Sound Control, Manchester
14 The Louisiana, Bristol
16 Boston Music Room, London
18 Rock City Basement, Nottingham
19 Tunnels, Aberdeen
Freeze the Atlantic will support the release of ‘The People Are Revolting’ with a headline run, which will include support from The Decoy.
12 The Flapper, Birmingham
13 Nice N’ Sleazy, Glasgow
14 Bodega, Nottingham
15 The Borderline, London
16 The Louisiana, Bristol
Swedish dark progressive rock/metal band Katatonia have announced they will tour the UK & Ireland in May.
7th Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
8th Marble Factory, Bristol
9th Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton
10th Engine Rooms, Southampton
11th Sound Control, Manchester
12th Garage, Glasgow
13th Limelight 2, Belfast
14th Academy, Dublin
In The News
Mastodon’s eighth album will be titled ‘Emperor Of Sand’, and will be released on March 31st via Reprise Records.
1. Sultan’s Curse
2. Show Yourself
3. Precious Stones
5. Roots Remain
6. Word To The Wise
7. Ancient Kingdom
10. Scorpion Breath
11. Jaguar God
Brendan Lukens of Modern Baseball will not be joining the band on their forthcoming UK/EU tour.
Lonely The Brave will release the ‘Diamond Days’ EP on March 17th. It will include the track of the same name, a new song called ‘Collider’ and a cover of ‘The Rat’ by The Walkmen.
Mayday Parade have announced a 10-year anniversary reissue of their debut album ‘A Lesson In Romantics’. It’s set for release on March 17th.
Freeze the Atlantic have revealed details of their new album. ‘The People Are Revolting’ is the band’s third album and is set for release on April 14th via Alcopop Records.
01. El Nitro
02. Annotate My Fate
03. The People Are Revolting
04. Altogether Not Together
05. Captain Buzzkill
08. The Floor is Made of Lava
10. Gunnar Hansen
11. No Goodbyes
The King Blues’ new album ,‘The Gospel Truth’ will be released by Cooking Vinyl on April 14th.
Royal Thunder have announced their new album will be called ‘WICK’, and is set for release via Spinefarm Records on April 7th.
1. Burning Tree
2. April Showers
4. We Slipped
5. The Sinking Chair
11. The Well
12. We Never Fell Asleep
German post-metal band Hyenas have detailed their debut album. ‘Deadweights’ will be released through Pelagic Records on March 10th.
2. Crooked Tongue
8. Smooth Talkers
10. Live // Live
Emerging Aussie alt-rockers Figures have detailed their self-titled digital debut EP, which is set for release on 24th February.
Indie-pop trio Peaness have joined Alcopop Records for the release of their new EP – ‘Are You Sure?’ It’s due to be released later this year with details to follow soon.
Maryland-based rock outfit Lionize have signed to The End Records for the 2017 release of their upcoming, as-yet-untitled, studio album.
The second round of acts for this year’s Reading and Leeds Festival has been announced. It includes KoRn, Jimmy Eat World and The Amity Affliction joining the bill. Other names announced are Kasabian, Two Door Cinema Club, Flume, Fatboy Slim, Circa Waves, Rat Boy and Wiley.
Late last year, Frank Turner and OneFest announced ‘Lost Evenings’, a four-day festival taking place on 12th-15th May at London’s iconic music venue, The Roundhouse. The special guests for each night have been announced. The night one sees Brian Fallon and The Crowes supporting, with Seth Lakeman, Frightened Rabbit’s Scott Hutchinson and Skinny Lister supporting on nights two, three and four respectively.
Fri 12th: ‘Last Minutes & Lost Evenings’ (Greatest Hits set (1 of 2)) with Brian Fallon and The Crowes in support
Sat 13th: ‘Sleep Is For The Week’ (10th Anniversary performance) with Seth Lakeman in support
Sun 14th: ‘Sensible Sundays’ (solo acoustic night with Frank Turner) with Scott Hutchinson from Frightened Rabbit in support
Mon 15th: Huw Stephens ‘Label of Love’ Night featuring Xtra Mile Recordings and Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls performing the Greatest Hits (part 2) with Skinny Lister in support
The second set of band’s for Leicester’s Handmade Festival have been announced:
Cabbage, Superfood, Demob Happy, God Damn, Kagoule, Gallops, Ash Mammal, Kermes, God Damn, Dead!, Fizzy Blood, Shame, Fish, Van Zeller, Happyness, Life, Willie J Healy, Charlotte Carpenter, Magique, Arcades, Get Inuit, Meatwave, Youth Man, Ohboy!, Happy Accidents, Yr Poetry, Waking Aida, Orchards, Dark Dark Horse, Soeur and The Lids.
Handmade Festival 2017 takes place on 29th & 30th April 2017 at the O2 Academy Leicester and Attenborough Arts Centre. Weekend tickets only £40 for adults, £30 for students and £20 for under 16s. Further details can be found here.
SATURDAY 1 APRIL
Behemoth (UK/EIRE Exclusive)
SUNDAY 2 APRIL
Battle of the Bands winner