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Say Anything – I Don’t Think It Is
Pretend Happy – Tired Eyes
High Hopes – Sights And Sounds
Lacey – I Don’t Owe The World A Thing EP
Hey Marseilles – Hey Marseilles
Greyscale – What We’re Missing
SWMRS – Drive North
Deftones – Prayers/Triangles
Into It. Over It. – Required Reading
Clarity – Come Back To Me
Away Days – Messiah
Masts – Don’t Go Off
The Summer War – When The Moon Said Goodbye To The Sun
Violent Soho – Viceroy
Soul Structure – Cooling Board
Can’t Swim – Death Deserves A Name
yndi halda – Together Those Leaves
Against The Current – Running With The Wild Things
We The Kings – The Story Of Tonight
Brian Fallon – Smoke
Lonely The Brave – Black Mire
Someday I – Young Forever
High Hopes – Manipulator
New Keepers of the Water Towers – The Forever War
Asking Alexandria – The Black
Apherium – Embrace
KARYBDIS – Avarice
Beseech – The Shimmering
The Starting Line – Anyways
Teen Suicide – Alex
Ginger Wildheart – Don’t Lose Your Tail Girl
Black Stone Cherry – In Our Dreams
Bombus – Deadweight
Paradise Lost – Terminal
Forever Never – Living a Lie
Beach Weather – New Skin
Lucky Scars – Bandita
Simple Plan – Opinion Overload
Frank Turner – Mittens
The Ready Set – Good Enough
Svalbard – Expect Equal Respect
Modern Baseball and PUP will be touring the UK together in April. Three Man Cannon joins them as support.
22 Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton
23 Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
24 The Parish, Huddersfield
26 Stereo, Glasgow
27 Studio 2, Liverpool
28 The Venue, Derby
PUP will also play a one-off headline show at The Lexington in London on April 29th.
Jeff Rosenstock and Great Cynics will tour together next month.
16 Fighting Cocks, Kingston
17 Rough Trade, Nottingham
18 Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
19 Head Of Steam, Newcastle
20 Banshee’s Labyrinth, Edinburgh
21 Conroy’s Basement, Dundee
22 Audio, Glasgow
23 Gulliver’s, Manchester
25 Santiagos Club, Leeds
26 Empire Music Hall, Belfast
27 Whelan’s, Dublin
30 Cavern, Exeter
31 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
01 TBA, Southampton
02 Victoria, London
Crossfaith have confirmed The Qemists (22nd – 31st March), The One Hundred (all dates) and Counting Days (16th – 20th March) will be supporting them on their forthcoming UK tour.
22nd Key Club, Leeds
23rd Sub 89, Reading
24th Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton
25th O2 Academy 2, Liverpool
26th Academy 2, Manchester
28th King Tuts, Glasgow
29th Corporation, Sheffield
30th Waterfront, Norwich
31st Electric Brixton, London
Enter Shikari have announced an intimate show at Wrexham’s Central Station for Wednesday 24th February.
Counterfeit have added shows in Nottingham, Glasgow, Birmingham and Manchester to their run of UK shows in April.
18 Rock City Basement, Rock City
19 King Tuts, Glasgow
20 Deaf Institute, Manchester
21 O2 Institute, Birmingham
23 Electric Ballroom, London
Lacey will play four headline shows in June.
04 Rock City, Nottingham
05 Think Tank, Newcastle
06 Sound Control, Manchester
07 The Surya, London
Masts be playing three shows to mark the release of ‘Adversaries’ on February 19th.
16 JT Soar, Nottingham (with Deadlines)
17 The Quadrant, Brighton (with Deadlines)
19 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff – Album Release Show (with Deadlines & Esuna)
Spanish instrumental masters Toundra will be returning to the UK in May for three shows as part of a European tour.
20 Birthdays, London
21 The Institute 3, Birmingham
22 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
Brighton indie punks Harker will be heading out on a UK tour soon with Cardiff singer songwriter Jon Greenwood, AKA The Doublecross.
12 Mothers Ruin, Bristol
13 Santiagos, Leeds
14 The Alma Inn, Bolton
15 Windmill, Brixton
16 The Alexandra, Southampton
Textures will be in the UK next month playing a run of shows supporting Amorphis.
18th The Fleece, Bristol
19th Sound Control, Manchester
20th Button Factory, Dublin
22nd Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton
24th Cathouse, Glasgow
25th Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
Due to circumstances beyond their control, In This Moment have rescheduled their UK tour for May. As a result of the delay, support band The Defiled have also pushed back their headline shows.
Tue 03 Waterfont Studio, Norwich**
Wed 04 The Scene, Swansea**
Thu 05 Live Rooms, Chester**
Fri 06 Think Tank, Newcastle**
Sat 07 Corporation, Sheffield**
Sun 08 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham**
Tue 10 The Duchess, York**
Wed 11 Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes**
Thu 12 The Bullingdon, Oxford**
Wed 25 The Forum, London*
Thu 26 O2 Institute, Birmingham*
Fri 27 Academy, Manchester*
Sat 28 Academy, Glasgow*
* With IN THIS MOMENT
** Headline with support from FOREVER NEVER
In The News
Vocalist Jon Bunch passed away on Sunday, January 31 at the age of 45. He is best known for his work with Sense Field and Further Seems Forever, and more recently War Generation and Lucky Scars. A Jon Bunch Memorial Fund has been established via GoFundMe.
Bring Me The Horizon have been confirmed for BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend. The two day event will take place in Exeter on May 28th and 29th. They will be joined by headliners Coldplay alongside Craig David, Ellie Goulding and Chase & Status.
Details for the Holy Roar Records 10th Anniversary Party have been revealed and will be headlined by Rolo Tomassi. Joining them will be Hang The Bastard, Departures, Slabdragger, GIANTS, Apologies, I Have None, OHHMS, The Long Haul (one-off reunion), Employed To Serve, Svalbarduk, Up River, Body Hound, We Never Learned To Live, meek is murder, Haast’s Eagled, Eulogy, Helpless and more TBA. It will take place on Saturday May 21st at The Dome & Boston Music Room in London. Tickets are £15 and can be purchased here.
Deftones’ new album, ‘Gore,’ will be released on April 8th via Warner Bros. Records.
2. Acid Hologram
3. Doomed User
4. Geometric Headdress
5. Hearts and Wires
6. Pittura Infamante
10. Phantom Bride
Saosin announced they have reunited with original front man Anthony Green and will release a new album on Epitaph this year.
Say Anything have surprised fans with the release of a new album called ‘I Don’t Think It Is’.
Charlie Simpson has formed a new band called Once Upon a Dead Man with brothers Edd and Will and long-time friend and collaborator Simon Britcliffe. An EP titled ‘Concepts and Phenomena’ will be released on April 1st.
Frank Turner will release a new EP called ‘Mittens’ on March 4th. It will features a new mix of the song of the same name alongsing four new songs.
1. Mittens (single mix)
2. Least Of All, Young Caroline
3. Little Aphrodite
4. Cleopatra In New York
5. The Armadillo
Against the Current’s debut album, ‘In Our Bones,’’ will be released on May 20th.
The Ready Set have joined Hopeless Records. An album called ‘I Will Be Nothing Without Your Love,’ will be released on April 8th.
1. Disappearing Act
2. Being Afraid
3. Good Enough
5. I Will Be Nothing Without Your Love
6. Run With Me
7. Should We Go Downtown
9. No Love (feat. Ansley Newman)
11. Fire In The Sky
12. See You
Street punks Faintest Idea will release their third album, ‘Increasing The Minimum Rage’, via Manchester-based punk and ska label TNSrecords on 1st April.
Canadian skate punk band Belvedere will release their fifth album, ‘The Revenge of The Fifth’, on May 5th via Lockjaw Records.
Baltimore’s Teen Suicide have revealed details of a new double LP entitled ’It’s the Big Joyous Celebration, Let’s Stir the Honeypot’. It is scheduled to be released on April 1st on Run For Cover Records.
01) Living Proof
02) The Big Joyous Celebration
05) Obvious Love
06) It’s Just A Pop Song
08) Wild Thing Runs Free
09) Bright Blue Pickup Truck
10) Big Mistake
11) What You Want
13) Neighborhood Drug Dealer
14) Have A Conversation
19) The Things I Love Are Killing Me
20) Falling Out Of Love With Me
21) I Don’t Think It’s Too Late
22) Long Way Down
23) My Little World
24) The Hurricane
25) The Stomach of the Earth
26) If I Don’t See You Before You Leave
Unwritten Law have revealed details of their eighth studio album, ‘Acoustic’, due out April 1st via Cyber Tracks
1. “Celebration” (Originally “Celebration Song” Here’s to the Mourning, 2005)
2. “Nevermind” (Swan, 2011)
3. “Oblivion” (Originally “Welcome to Oblivion” The Hit List, 2007 (also on Live and Lawless, 2008))
4. “Huartbreaker” (Originally performed by John Legend and MSTRKRFT)
5. “Up All Night” (Elva, 2002)
6. “Seeing Red” (Elva, 2002)
7. “Teenage” (Originally “Teenage Suicide” Unwritten Law, 1998)
8. “Starships” (Originally”Starships and Apocalypse” Swan, 2011)
9. “Shoulda” (Originally “I Shoulda Known Better” Live and Lawless, 2008)
10. “I Like The Way” (Here’s To The Mourning, 2005)
11. “Save Me” (Originally “Save Me (Wake Up Call)” Here’s To The Mourning, 2005)
12. “Cailin” (Unwritten Law, 1998)
13. “Belongs To You”
Nottingham punks Soul Structure will release their debut album ‘True Love’, on March 18th via Barely Regal Records.
Derby four-piece The Struts will release their debut album ‘Everybody Wants’ on March 4th via Polydor/Interscope Records.
1. Roll Up
2. Could Have Been Me
3. Kiss This
4. Put Your Money On Me
5. Mary Go Round
6. Dirty Sexy Money
7. The Ol’ Switcheroo
8. She Makes Me Feel Like
9. Young Stars
10. Black Swan
11. These Times Are Changing
12. Only Just A Call Away
13. Where Did She Go
Corby sludge band Raging Speedhorn will be releasing a split EP with US Stoner rockers Monster Magnet as part of the bands’ appearance at the British Desertfest.
Nottingham based independent record store, The Music Exchange, will be closing its doors next month.
The first names for the 2000 Trees Festival have been revealed and are Refused, Twin Atlantic, While She Sleeps, Moose Blood and WSTR. Joining them will be Palm Reader, The Smith Street Band, Max Raptor, Blood Youth, Kagoule, Trash Boat, Beasts, Black Foxxes, Muncie Girls, Tigercub, Bellevue Days, and Jim Lockey.
2000 Trees Festival takes place at Upcote Farm, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire from July 7th to 9th.
12 new acts have been added to the Manchester Punk Festival. It will take place across various venues from April 21st – 24th.
Atlas Losing Grip
The Kimberly Steaks
The Lab Rats
Truck Festival has announced its first batch of bands for 2016, including this year’s headliners: Manic Street Preachers and Catfish And The Bottlemen. Other names confirmed are Everything Everything, Circa Waves, Creeper, We Are The Ocean, Gnarwolves, Pretty Vicious, Moose Blood, The Magic Gang, Formation and Hooton Tennis Club. Truck Festival is set to happen from 15th – 17th July at Hill Farm in Oxfordshire.
Upload Festival 2016 will take place on May 14th 2016 at Warehouse 23, Wakefield. Headliners come in the form of Skarlett Riot. They will be joined by Jupiter Falls, Chasing Dragons, Altered Sky, A Mouth Full of Matches, Stone Broken, Stand Alone, Orangefall, City of Ashes, Ellis Red, Closer and Hell’s Addiction.
Dinsaur Pile Up will headline the Raw Meat All-Dayer which will take place at Belgrave Music Hall & Headrow House in Leeds on March 27th. They will be joined by The Xcerts, God Damn, Get Inuit, Beasts, Vulgarians, Brawlers, Press To Meco, Treason Kings, Fizzy Blood, Chambers, Kit Trigg, Keeper and a DJ set from Pulled Apart by Horses.