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Frank Iero and The Patience – Remedy
The Dillinger Escape Plan – Symptom Of Terminal Illness
Korn – A Different World Feat. Corey Taylor
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes – Lullaby
Red Fang – Not For You
VASA – Burst
DANGERS – The Bend in the Break
Guttermouth – New Car Smell
Sunndrug – Shining
I Prevail – Come And Get It
As Lions – Aftermath
We Came As Romans – Wasted Age
Sights & Sounds – Within My Reach
Rootwork – Trust
All The Best Tapes – Perfect Hibernation
Noyo Mathis – False Positives
Trade Wind – Grey Light
Pærish – Undone
Saviour – The Quiet Calm
Crippled Black Phoenix – Winning A Losing Battle
Metallica – Moth Into Flame
Sum 41 – God Save Us All (Death To POP)
Descendents – Shameless Halo
Jimmy Eat World – Get Right (Acoustic)
coldrain – Born to Bleed
The Devil Wears Prada – To The Key Of Evergreen
Memphis May Fire – This Light I Hold feat. Jacoby Shaddix
Kvelertak – Svartmesse
Anti-Flag – To Hell With Boredom
Faith No More – Cone Of Shame
Boston Manor – Lead Feet
Trophy Eyes – Breathe You In
Hands Like Houses – Perspectives
Skinny Lister – Devil In Me
The Lion & The Wolf – The Pinching Point
Eat Me – Liar
Enemies – itsallwaves
Quiet Lions – All That I Had
MONO – Requiem For Hell
All Hail The Yeti – Mr. Murder feat. Brock Lindow
Napoleon – Stargazer (Acoustic)
The Pretty Reckless – Take Me Down
PWR BTTM – I Wanna Boi
Tacocat – The Internet
Smother – Pansy
Hurry – Casual Feelings
BarCreeps – Calico
Skyharbor – Chemical Hands
Eight Days – Unclear
Swing Top – Passerby
RavenEye – Madeline
Antillectual – Europe, This Is Your Final Countdown – feat. Thomas Barnett
Old Wives – The Grown Up / The Fuck Up
Sumo Cyco – Anti-Anthem
The Wonder Years will be returning to the UK and Ireland in early 2017. They will be joined by PUP and Tiny Moving Parts.
28 Workmans Club, Dublin
29 Empire, Belfast
31 Uni Stylus, Leeds
01 KOKO, London
Fri 03 O2 Institute, Birmingham
Sat 04 QMU, Glasgow
Sun 05 O2 Ritz, Manchester
Scottish post-rockers VASA will be going out on a short UK run later this month.
19th Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds
20th Chameleon Arts Cafe, Nottingham
21st Birthdays, London
29th Audio, Glasgow
Due to ongoing medical treatment with vocalist Mark Holley, Black Foxxes have postponed shows in Leeds, Liverpool, Newcastle, and Glasgow. The band plan to reschedule the shows for the new year.
01 Southsea Festival
08 Neighbourhood Festival, Manchester
15 Sound And Vision Festival, Norwich
23 Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
26 Joiners, Southampton
28 Boston Music Rooms, London
29 Cavern, Exeter
30 Exchange, Bristol
FALLS and We Are Carnivores will be going out on a co-headline tour in November.
15th The Head Of Steam, Newcastle
16th Buskers, Dundee
17th Shadow Sound, Glasgow
18th Monty’s Bar, Dunfermline
19th Percy’s, Whitchurch
25th The Frog, Worksop
27th Ryan’s Bar, Derby
South West post-hardcore quartet LastOneOut will support the release of their new mini-album, ‘This Was Never My Story, It’s Yours’, with a UK headline tour.
03 The Junction, Plymouth
04 Golden Lion Tap, Barnstaple
06 The Scene, Swansea
10 Livewire Youth Music, Saltash
11 Studio Bar, Penzance
Cleveland metalcore band Affiance and Sheffield’s Shields will be supporting Ice Nine Kills on their debut UK headline tour in November.
03rd Satans Hollow, Manchester
04th Basement, Nottingham
05th The Rainbow Cellar, Birmingham
06th Thekla, Bristol
07th The Globe, Cardiff
08th Underground, Plymouth
09th Dingwalls, London
10th Joiners, Southampton
Pærish will preview their debut album, ‘Semi Finalists’ with a run of UK shows next month supporting Silversun Pickups.
06 Wardrobe, Leeds
07 Institute 2, Digbeth
08 Club Academy, Manchester
09 Electric Ballroom, London
10 Thekla, Bristol
Carcer City will follow-up the release of their ‘Infinite//Unknown’ LP, with two album shows next month.
14th The Alma, Bolton (w/ Forever Never, Empires Fade, The Dead XIII and The Summus Peak)
16th Boston Music Room, London (w/ Skywalker, Osiah, Griever, Confessions of a Traitor)
In The News
Brand New have announced they won’t be releasing a new album in 2016.
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have announced their second album will be called ‘Modern Ruin’. It will be released on 27th January via International Death Cult.
3. Snake Eyes
5. Wild Flowers
6. Acid Veins
7. God Is My Friend
10. Real Life
11. Modern Ruin
12. Neon Rust
Suicide Silence has revealed they will release a self-titled album in February 2017 through Nuclear Blast.
From Indian Lakes have detailed their new album, ‘Everything Feels Better Now’, which is released through October 14th on Triple Crown Records.
1. Happy Machines
2. The Monster
3. Blank Tapes
4. Bare It
6. Feel Love
7. American Dreams
10. Come Back
11. Lose Myself
12. Rid Of It
Greywind has pushed back the release of their debut album, ‘Afterthoughts’, to January 27th 2017. The album was due to be released on October 7th.
Deftones have teamed up with San Diego Brewery, Belching Beaver, to create a new beer called ‘Phantom Bride’.
Although Guttermouth only released their ‘Got It Made’ EP in July, they’re set to return on November 25th with the release of another EP. ‘New Car Smell’ will be released through Rude Records / Bird Attack Records.
1. Spud Like Torso
2. Soundtrack To The End Of The World
3. New Car Smell
4. Perma Walkabout
5. Mail Order Bride
6. The Human Mulligan
As Lions have revealed their debut EP, ‘Aftermath’, will be released on October 14th via Better Noise Records.
2. White Flags
4. World On Fire
Farnborough trio Rootwork has announced their new EP, ‘Some Of Us May Never Bloom’, will be released on November 18th through Ubiquity Project Records.
Dowsing has parted ways with drummer Will Lange following allegations of sexual assault.
Parisian alt-rockers Pærish have revealed their debut album, ‘Semi Finalists’, will be released on December 2nd through their own label – 14 Bowls Of Cereal.
The latest album from Brooklyn-based indie rock band Bear Hands, ‘You’ll Pay For This’, will be given a UK release on 18th November via Spensive Sounds.
Legendary punk rockers Pulley have joined LA-based label, Cyber Tracks.
Bedfordshire rockers SEASONS have announced details of their second EP. It’s called ‘What Goes Around’, and will be released on November 18th.
2. When We Were Young
3. Last Words
4. Rewind and Replay
The second set of bands for the inaugural Heavy Scotland metal festival has been announced. It sees extreme metal legends Behemoth joining Arch Enemy as headliners. It will also be Behemoth’s only UK festival appearance of 2017. Other new names announced Sweden’s Grave, Finnish hard rockers Shiraz Lane, and Edinburgh favourites Centrilia.
Behemoth (UK/EIRE Exclusive)
Heavy Scotland takes place at Edinburgh’s Corn Exchange between the 1st-2nd April 2017.