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Linkin Park – One More Light (Steve Aoki Chester Forever remix)
Asking Alexandria – Where Did It Go?
The Used – Rise Up Lights
Lonely The Brave – Dust & Bones (Redux)
Brian Fallon – Forget Me No
Hit The Lights – Believe in Me
Story of the Year – Bang Bang
Like Moths To Flames – From The Dust Returned
Northlane – Solar (Acoustic)
Big Spring – Coming Down
MassMatiks – Help Me
Ho99o9 (Horror) – Neighborhood Watch
Jesse Leach – Salad Days (Minor Threat cover)
Winds of Plague – From Failure, Comes Clarity
The Relentless – Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black)
Sinsaenum – Dead Souls (Frédéric Duquesne remix)
Mansions – Brain Fog
Ghost Atlas – Mirror Room
Lightscape – By Design
Epona – Muted
Wild Cat Strike – Horses
ZoZo – A Bitter Gourd
Intervals – Touch And Go
Galactic Cowboys – Zombies
Nomasta – This Trail Got The Best Of Us
Trivium – Thrown Into The Fire
Royal Blood – How Did We Get So Dark?
Evanescence – Imperfection
Manchester Orchestra – The Moth
Turnover – Super Natural
Feed The Rhino – Heedless
Puppy – Demons
Turbowolf – The Free Life
itoldyouiwouldeatyou – Mourn
The Struts – One Night Only
Courage My Love – Walls
Anavae – All Or Nothing
Of Allies – Collapse
sittingthesummerout – To Those Concerned
Pkew Pkew Pkew – Hangin’ Out
Father Mountain – Hallelujah
Bat Boy – Pinata Break
HiGH – Scotfree
Earth Caller – Fall ft. Sophie Jest
Silent Descent – Vortex (feat. Björn ‘Speed’ Strid of Soilwork)
Die Trying – No Shame
Cadence Calling – The Accounts of Evil
ASHES – Newborn Soul
Revealer – Nothing; No One
Osaka Punch – How We Operate
Meliorist – My Reflection
The Emergency Please – Remember You
Sonder – Make Up Your Mind
Jamie Lenman has announced a full UK headline in support of his new album – ‘Devolver’. Support comes from Gender Roles and Loa Loa.
1st O2 Academy 2, Newcastle
2nd Stereo, Glasgow
3rd Academy 3, Manchester
9th O2 Islington Academy, London
10th The Haunt, Brighton
11th The Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
16th The Hub, Plymouth
17th The Fleece, Bristol
18th The Globe, Cardiff
23rd Chinnerys, Southend
24th The Waterfront, Norwich
25th O2 Institue 3, Birmigham
Skindred will head out on the ‘Start the Machine’ UK tour in April. They’ll be joined by CKY.
Thu 19th UEA, Norwich
Fri 20th 02 Guildhall, Southampton
Sat 21st Rock City, Nottingham
Sun 22nd Academy, Manchester
Tue 24th 02 ABC, Glasgow
Wed 25th 02 Academy, Bristol
Fri 27th 02 Academy, Leeds
Sat 28th 02 Academy, Brixton, London
Sun 29th 02 Institute, Birmingam
While She Sleeps will follow up their show supporting Architects at Alexandra Palace with a short run of headline shows.
05 o2 Academy, Bristol
06 o2 Institute, Birmingham
08 o2 ABC, Glasgow
10 o2 Ritz, Manchester
Glam metallers Steel Panther will return to the UK in the new year. They’ll be joined by Inglorious (excluding Belfast), and Wayward Sons.
19 Limelight, Belfast
20 O2 Academy, Glasgow
24 O2 Apollo, Manchester
26 Hammersmith Apollo, London
Brian Fallon will embark on a UK tour early next year. He’ll be backed by a new band called The Howling Weather, with support coming from Dave Hause.
20 O2 Institute, Birmingham
21 O2 Ritz, Manchester
22 O2 Abc, Glasgow
23 Koko, London
24 Rock City, Nottingham
25 Sxw, Bristol
08 Boiler Shop, Newcastle-upon-tyne
09 Beckett University, Leeds
Marmozets were forced to cancel the remaining dates of their current UK tour after vocalist Becca MacIntyre developed bronchitis and a respiratory infection. The shows have already been rescheduled to recommence next week.
1st Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
2nd Arts Centre, Norwich
6th The Fleece, Bristol
7th The Old Fire Station, Bournemouth
9th The Garage, London
Feed The Rhino will support the release of their new album, ‘The Silence’, with a UK tour.
Tue 20 The Exchange, Bristol
Wed 21 The Cavern, Exeter
Thu 22 The Joiners, Southampton
Fri 23 The Underworld, London
Sat 24 Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
Tue 27 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
Wed 28 Think Tank, Newcastle
Thu 1 G2, Glasgow
Fri 2 Rebellion, Manchester
Sat 3 The Flapper, Birmingham
Thu 15 Hammerfest, North Wales
Following on from their recent tour supporting Frank Iero and the Patience, Paceshifters will return to the UK early next year for a headline run.
14 The Horn, St Albans
15 Sound, Liverpool
16 The Garage Attic Bar, Glasgow
17 Think Tank Underground, Newcastle
18 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
20 The Bodega Social Club, Nottingham
21 Camden Assembly, London
22 Forum, Tunbridge Wells
23 Sticky Mikes, Brighton
As Lions have announced the nine winning bands of their ‘Nine Lives’ competition who will open for them and main support Greyhaven on their UK tour next month.
14 Firebug, Leicester (with My Legacy)
15 Waterfront, Norwich (with Lightscape)
16 Old Blue Last, London (with Defences)
18 Hobos, Bridgend (with Winchester)
19 Jumpin’ Jacks, Newcastle (with October Ends)
20 Garage Attic, Glasgow (with We Came From Wolves)
22 Sugarmill, Stoke (with Construct)
23 Rebellion, Manchester (with As Sirens Fall)
24 Key Club, Leeds (with The King Is Dead)
Satyricon have announced shows in the UK and Ireland as part of their European tour.
Fri 9th Classic Grand, Glasgow
Sat 10th The Tivoli 9, Dublin
Sun 11th O2 Academy 2, Birmingham
Despised Icon will play three UK shows alongside Malevolence, Archspire, and Vulvodynia in February.
11 The Dome, London
12 Mama Roux’s, Birmingham
13 Gorilla, Manchester
Chicago’s Meat Wave will be back in the UK in February.
05 The Forum, Tunbridge Wells
06 The Louisiana, London
07 Gullivers, Manchester
08 Talking Heads, Southampton
09 The Lexington, London
Bristol’s Area 11 will be celebrating the festive season with a headline show at London’s Boston Music Room on 12th December. Support will come from Anavae.
Dave McPherson of InMe will support Phoenix Calling on their UK tour next month.
18 Met Lounge, Peterborough*
19 Portland Arms, Cambridge
20 The Witchwood, Manchester
21 Audio, Glasgow
22 MK11, Milton Keynes
23 Asylum, Chelmsford
26 Waterfront Studio, Norwich
28 Black Heart (Camden), London
01 O2 Academy 3, Birmingham
*No Dave McPherson
Kent emo rockers Drawstring have announced that they will be going on a UK tour with Redwood and Watching Tides.
11 Tbc, Canterbury
12 The Hope And Ruin, Brighton w/ Rough Sex
13 House Show, Southampton^ w/ Lighten Up Laura
14 Jt Soar, Nottingham w/ Kermes
15 Cavern, Exeter w/ Chiyoda Ku
16 The Nest, Bath w/ Gyno
17 The Falcon Tap, York w/ Peach
18 Bald Cactus All-dayer, Wharf Chambers, Leeds
19 Cafe Kino, Bristol w/ Kind Eyes
^ Message bands for details
French metalcore outfit Out Of My Eyes has announced a short UK tour that will take place in late January.
23 The Alma Inn, Bolton
24 The Black Swan, Bradford
25 229 The Venue, London
26 Cobblestones, Bridgwater,/p>
In The News
Asking Alexandria’s self-titled album will be released on December 15th on Sumerian Records.
1. Alone in a Room
2. Into The Fire
3. Hopelessly Hopeful
4. Where Did It Go?
5. Rise Up
6. When the Lights Come on
7. Under Denver
10. I Am One
12. Room 138
Neck Deep, PVRIS, Architects, Marmozets, Enter Shikari and Arcane Roots will play BBC Radio 1 Rocks’ show this Tuesday (October 31st) at the BBC’s Maida Vale Studios in London.
Music For Nations have announced they have signed Bury Tomorrow and blanket.
Brian Fallon has announced he will release his second solo record, ‘Sleepwalkers’, on February 9th on Virgin EMI Records.
VIMIC, the band founded by Slipknot co-founder Joey Jordison, has signed a global deal with Universal Music Enterprises (UMe) and T-Boy Records. Their debut album, ‘Open Your Omen’, is expected to arrive in early 2018.
Metal legends Judas Priest’s next album will be called ‘Firepower’.
Feed the Rhino have announced fourth album. ‘The Silence’ will be released on February 16th, 2018 via Century Media Records.
Story of the Year have announced ‘Wolves’, their first album in seven years, will be released on December 8th.
2. How Can We Go On
3. Bang Bang
5. I Swear I’m Okay
7. Can Anybody Hear Me?
8. A Part of Me
9. Give Up My Heart
10 The Eternal Battle For Mike Cronin’s Soul (To Be Alive Again)
11. My Home
12. Goodnight, My Love
13. Like Ghosts
14 Praying for Rain
Indie-pop duo, Chapel have announced that they will release new EP. ‘Sunday Brunch.’ will be released on the 17th November via Rise Records.
1. Cindy White
2. Caught Up
3. We’ve Got Soul
4. Miss Monogamy
5. Don’t You Love Me
6. See You Again
7. Fool’s Gold
Houston-based progressive metal outfit, Oceans of Slumber, have announced they will release a new full-length album, ‘The Banished Heart’, on March 2nd on Century Media Records.
Australian metal/hardcore quintet Earth Caller have joined Entertainment One / Lifeblood, Inc. They will release a new record, ‘Crystal Death’, on January 18th.
1. Pipe Dreams
3. No Forgiveness
5. Dying Beside You
6. Never In Never Around
7. A Ghost
8. Fall ft. Sophie Jest
10. May 16
11. Hold On ft. Taylar Paige
Phil Campbell And The Bastard Sons have detailed their first full-length. ‘The Age Of Absurdity’ will be released on January 26th via Nuclear Blast.
2. Freak Show
3. Skin And Bones
4. Gypsy Kiss
5. Welcome To Hell
6. Dark Days
7. Dropping The Needle
8. Step Into The Fire
9. Get On Your Knees
10. High Rule
11. Into The Dark
12. Silver Machine (HAWKWIND cover feat. Dave Brock of HAWKWIND)*
*only to be included in the first pressing of the CD version of the album
Oriental metal pioneers, Orphaned Land, will release their new studio album ‘Unsung Prophets & Dead Messiahs’ on January 26th, 2018 via Century Media Records.
1. The Cave
2. We Do Not Resist
3. In Propaganda
4. All Knowing Eye
6. Chains Fall To Gravity
7. Like Orpheus
8. Poets Of Prophetic Messianism
9. Left Behind
10. My Brother’s Keeper
11. Take My Hand
12. Only The Dead Have Seen The End Of War
13. The Manifest – Epilogue
Kent indie/emo outfit Epona have signed to Tunbridge Wells-based, Unlabel Records for their new EP. ‘Rewind For a Face’ is set for release on 24th November.
Progressive instrumentalists Aaron Marshall has announced the release of his third Intervals full-length record. ‘The Way Forward’ will be released on December 1st.
1. Touch and Go
2. Impulsively Responsible
3. A Different Light
4. By Far and Away
6. Rubicon Artist
7. The Waterfront
8. Leave No Stone
Dartford metallers Silent Descent have shared details of their new album. ‘Turn To Grey’ will be released on November 30th.
1. X (51.362820, 0.213735)
2. Turn To Grey
3. Vortex (feat. Bjorn ‘Speed’ Strid of Soilwork)
4. Rob Rodda
5. Sticky Fingers
8. Under The Eagle
9. Paths Winding
10. Hurt Like You’ve Never Been Loved
11. Back To Where I Belong
12. Break The Skies
Pennsylvania-based rockers Crobot have announced their new rhythm section. It sees drummer Dan Ryan and bassist James Alexander Lascu joining the band.
Black Moth will have their third studio album, ‘Anatomical Venus’ issued via Candlelight Records on January 26th 2018, the result of an alliance between Candlelight and New Heavy Sounds.
Band of Skulls, Frank Turner and False Heads have been announced this year’s edition of A Peaceful Noise. It will be held at ULU Live in London on 25th November in aid of the Nick Alexander Memorial Trust and Josh Homme’s Sweet Stuff Foundation.