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Don Broco announce 2019 arena tour

Next year Brit-rockers Don Broco will be embarking on a UK arena tour including their biggest headline show yet at Wembley Arena. This is following on from the band’s latest album Technology and to help put the cherry on top Don Broco will be joined by Neck Deep and Issues just to help give that pop-punk and metalcore vibe. Technology was ...

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Byline Festival announces Badly Drawn Boy, Pussy Riot, The Vapors, and more

Badly Drawn Boy is back and will be headlining at the Byline Festival during the weekend of August 24th-27th.  The English indie singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist will be performing music from across his eclectic career in the intimate setting of the Media Circus tent. This highly anticipated return on his comeback tour will be welcomed by the Byline crowd, who’re ready ...

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Former Ozzy guitarist, Bernie Torme, announces ‘Final Fling’ tour

“(Bernie) did me a great favour. If it wasn’t for him I wouldn’t be doing it now. I’d have given up” – Ozzy Osbourne. What a career Bernie Torme has had. Playing for Ozzy Osbourne, Gillan, Dee Snider, Atomic Rooster, and many more. Now the legendary guitarist is drawing a line under this career for his ‘Final Fling’ tour. See dates ...

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Download 2018: 9 Bands you need to check out on Zippo Encore stage.

The Zippo Encore stage, or the ‘second stage’ as some may refer to it as, is probably the unsung hero of Download. It’s had some of the best bands of all time healdine on it. Last year had Slayer, Rob Zombie, and Sum 41 – plus the likes of Opeth and Devin Townsend on the undercard. That’s a festival in ...

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Puppy announce Summer 2018 UK Tour

London indie-metal trio Puppy announced on June 1st their first UK headline tour will take place in early August with support from hardcore five-piece Grove Street Families. The band, who’ve been making waves throughout the rock and metal underground across the UK and Europe, had this to say in light of the announcement: “This is our first proper headline run, ...

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Keith Emerson & Robert Berry Collaboration Comes to Light

Prior to his untimely untimely death keyboard legend Keith Emerson was collaborating on a new album with singer and multi-instrumentalist Robert Berry. Several months after his passing Berry decided to go ahead and make the album they should have recorded together. The result is 3.2  with The Rules Have Changed out on 10th August through Frontiers Music s.r.l. Emerson and Berry ...

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Bad Flowers & Federal Charm Co-headline Planet Rock Tour

Midlands based hard rock band, The Bad Flowers and Stockport-based blues rockers Federal Charm will co-headline a Planet Rock Presents UK tour this September. Tickets go on sale today at 9am from Planet Rock and both The Bad Flowers and Federal Charm’s own websites. The Bad Flowers feature Tom Leighton (vocals, guitar), Dale Bollard Tonks (bass) and Karl Selickis (drums). They were named as one of Planet Rock Radio’s “Ones To Watch” with heavy radio airplay ...

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Bottom Release Mini-album Epidemo

Polish grindcore/death metal pioneers Bottom have released a brand new mini-album, entitled Epidemo, through Deformeathing Production that is available both on CD and digitally.  Epidemo follows on from the well-received Psychofilia full album and includes six brand new tracks, a lock-up cover and one re-recorded song from the band’s 2003 demo, ‘Hateful Music Terrorism’. Around for over 20 years, Bottom work as a ...

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Good Charlotte release video ‘Actual Pain’

Having just played a great show at Slam Dunk this past weekend, Good Charlotte seem to be back on top form. The band have just released new video ‘Actual Pain’ which showcases a modern touch on a classic emo band, and this one is certainly emotional! The new album is said to talk about “themes of trauma, pain, and loneliness”. ...

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Iconic Canadian 80s band Glass Tiger Make UK Return 

Canadian rock band Glass Tiger, best known for their 1986 UK Top 40 hit single ‘Don’t Forget Me (When I’m Gone)’ and 1991’s ‘My Town’ featuring Rod Stewart, return to the UK for the first time in 27 years to play two rare concerts. The band last came to the UK when they supported Roxette on their 1991 nationwide UK tour. Glass Tiger will play the University ...

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