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Brand New – I Am A Nightmare
Architects – Downfall
Hesitation Wounds – Bleach
Beartooth – Hated
In Dynamics – Existence Precedes Essence
Band of Skulls – Bodies
Seep Away – Snakes
SHVPES – God Warrior
Austeros – Shit Sticks
Witterquick – Rise
CLIQUE – Mutual
Citizen Zero – Go (Let Me Save You)
Bodyheat – Hold On
Harker – 100x (Tegan and Sara cover)
Jaded – Valerian
Atiptoe – Oh, The Cleverness Of Me!
Monster Treasure – Fall
The Holiday – All I See
Safe Side – In My Place
Firesuite – Harbour
Andrew Cream – Violent Minds
Thrice – Black Honey
Real Friends – Mokena
Dashboard Confessional – May
Black Foxxes – I’m Not Well
Trash Boat – How Selfish I Seem
Gojira – Silvera
Vanna – Pretty Grim
Turnover – Humming
The Amity Affliction – I Bring The Weather With Me
Woahnows – Mess
Capsize – XX (Sew My Eyes)
The Gospel Youth – Hurricane
Thin Lips – I Wonder
Moments Till Fall – Against The Current
From Indian Lakes – The Bad Parts
Mother Feather – Mirror
Veridian – One Day
Happyness – SB’s Truck
The Mirror Trap – Piranhas
Wilson – Windows Down
Gone Is Gone – Violescent
100 Years – All Grey
Museum Mouth – I Scream At You When You’re Not In The Room
Marianas Trench – This Means War
PH-ARM – Faster
Rival Karma – Living Dreams
Rebuilder – Le Grande Fromage
Face The Ocean – Chase The Sun
Architects will follow up the release of ‘All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us’ next Friday with a UK headline tour.
Fri 11 O2 Institute, Birmingham
Sat 12 Academy, Manchester
Sun 13 O2 ABC, Glasgow
Tue 15 Rock City, Nottingham
Thu 17 O2 Academy, Bristol
Fri 18 O2 Academy Brixton, London
Coheed and Cambria will play three Reading and Leeds Festival warm-up shows alongside La Dispute and mewithoutYou.
Mon 22 O2 ABC, Glasgow
Tue 23 O2 Ritz, Manchester
Wed 24 O2 Forum Kentish Town, London
A Day To Remember will play a one-off UK show alongside Asking Alexandria on June 9th at London’s Troxy.
The Menzingers will return to the UK for four dates in October. They will be joined by Roger Harvey as support.
12 Scala, London
13 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
14 Teviot Underground, Edinburgh
15 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
The Black Queen have announced a short run of UK shows.
26th The Jazz Cafe, London
27th Thekla, Bristol
28th Deaf Institute, Manchester
The release of In Dynamics debut album, ‘Everything I See,’ will be preceded by a UK tour. Support comes from Huw Eddy & The Carnival, Good Friend and Imbium.
27 Patterns, Brighton
28 The Black Heart, London
29 The Louisiana, Bristol
30 The Mash House, Edinburgh
01 The Key Club, Leeds
02 Jumpin’ Jack’s, Newcastle
Hellions will support Of Mice & Men at their Slam Dunk shows in London and Kingston.
Deez Nuts will return to the UK in August as part of their Summer European tour.
14 The Fighting Cocks, Kingston upon Thames
15 Underground, Plymouth
16 The Anvil, Bournemouth
Yashin and Vampires Everywhere! have revealed details of a co-headline tour entitled ‘The Renegades Tour’ for this Autumn. Support comes from Firstborn.
27 Esquires, Bedford
28 Crauford Arms, Milton Keynes
13 Talking Heads, Southampton
14 The Courtyard, Birmingham
15 Waterfront, Norwich
18 Zephyr Lounge, Leamington Spa
19 Sub 89, Reading
20 The Venue, Derby
21 The Hub, Plymouth
23 Underworld, London
24 The Globe, Cardiff
25 The Fleece, Bristol
26 Fibbers, York
27 Live Rooms, Chester
30 Think Tank, Newcastle
31 Ironworks, Inverness
UK Tech-Metal Fest has announced a series of warm-up all dayers, serving as a great taster for the main event which takes place 7 – 10 July at the Newark Showground.
Saturday 11 June – Glasgow – Audio (Doors 3pm):
Humanity’s Last Breath
The Colour Line
Saturday 18 June – London – Scream Lounge, Croydon (Doors: 1pm):
Humanity’s Last Breath
A Night In The Abyss
The Parallax Method
Sunday 3 July – Manchester – Aatma (Doors 3pm):
City of Ashes and Miss Vincent will be touring together next month.
15 The Joiners, Southampton
16 The Black Heart, London
17 The Scene, Swansea
18 Satan’s Hollow, Manchester
19 B2, Norwich
20 The Boileroom, Guildford
Manchester natives Iodine Sky have announced several UK shows.
20th Manchester, Academy 3 – album launch show
17th The Deaf Institute, Manchester
18th The Krazyhouse, Liverpool
19th Music Lounge, Stockton on Tees
23rd The Workshop, London
8th The Box, Glasgow
10th Rebellion Bar, Manchester
2nd Snooty Fox Live Club, Wakefield
9th The Cavendish, London
3rd Rebellion, Manchester
In The News
The Amity Affliction will return with ‘This Could Be Heartbreak’ on August 12th via Roadrunner Records.
1. I Bring The Weather With Me
2. This Could Be Heartbreak
4. Tearing Me Apart
6. All Fucked Up
7. Fight My Regret
8. Some Friends
10. Note To Self
11. Blood In My Mouth
Black Foxxes will release their debut album, I’m Not Well’ on August 19th through Search and Destroy Records.
Chicago post-metal/rock trio Russian Circles have confirmed their sixth album will be titled ‘Guidance’. It will be released on August 5th via Sargent House.
Sussex alt-rock trio In Dynamics have announced their debut album, ‘Everything I See,’ will be released on July 18th.
Boston post-hardcore band Vanna have announced new album ‘All Hell’. It’s set for release on 8th July via Pure Noise Records.
1. Paranoia Euphoria
2. Pretty Grim
3. Circle The Flame
5. Leather Feather
6. Wounded Young
7. Reaping A Whirlwind
8. Candle Limbs
10. Lead Balloon
Senses Fail frontman Buddy Nielsen has revealed that he and members of Finch have formed a new band – Speak The Truth.
Southern California-based post-hardcore outfit Capsize will release ‘A Reintroduction: The Essence of All That Surrounds Me’ on July 22nd through Equal Vision Records/Rude Records.
1. XX (Sew My Eyes)
2. I Think It’s Best We Don’t Talk Anymore
3. Tear Me Apart
4. Favorite Secret
5. One Day I Won’t Be So Easy to Forget
6. Safe Place
7. Split My Soul
8. Over You
9. You Got the Wrong Idea
10. The Same Pain
US Progressive/Alternative outfit Dream The Electric Sleep have signed to Mutiny Records and will be releasing their new album, ‘Beneath The Dark Wide Sky,’ on 22nd July.
Emerging Eastbourne pop-rock quartet The Holiday have revealed details of their debut EP. ‘The Good Life’ is set for release on July 29th.
1. The Good Life
2. All I See
3. Listen To Me
5. I Try
6. Inside My Head
7. Headlights (Feat. Tiffany Robinson)
Essex pop punks Safe Side will release their sophomore EP, ‘Blossom,’ on July 15th.
2. In My Place
Young Guns, Black Peaks, Arcane Roots, Adelphia, FOES, Autumn Ruin, Boston Manor, New Device and Fahran are the latest additions to Fort Fest. It takes places in Bedfordshire on September 2nd to 4th.
Black Peaks, Shields, Tigress, Continents, Isaac, Hello Tomorrow, High Tides, You Want Fox, Beyond Grace, Nasty High, Vetches and more have been added to the Nottingham leg of Macmillan Fest 2016.
First wave of artists for Riot Fest & Rodeo (Sept. 2-4, Denver, CO) and Riot Fest & Carnival (Sept, 16-18, Chicago, IL) have been revealed.
Some of the highlights in each market include:
Riot Fest & Rodeo (Denver): The Original Misfits, Ween, Death Cab For Cutie, Jane’s Addiction (performing ‘Ritual De Lo Habitual’), Sleater-Kinney, NAS, Deftones, Descendents, Wolf Parade, Yo La Tengo, Flatbush Zombies, Fitz and the Tantrums, Meat Puppets, The Dandy Warhols, Motion City Soundtrack and more.
Riot Fest & Rodeo (Chicago): The Original Misfits, Morrissey, Ween, Death Cab For Cutie, Social Distortion (performing ‘White Light, White Heat, White Trash’), Rob Zombie (performing White Zombie’s ‘Astro-Creep: 2000’), Brand New, NAS, Deftones, The Specials, Jimmy Eat World, Refused, Death Grips, Bob Mould, The Hives, Descendents and more.