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UK Round-Up 02/07/2010
07/02/10 at 01:11 PM by Andy Biddulph
Funeral For A Friend's forthcoming EP will be titled 'The Young and Defenceless'. The tracklisting for the 4-track EP can be seen here and both physical and digital copies can be purchased on the band's Pledge Music page.

We Are The Ocean have announced who will be supporting them on their upcoming UK tour. Brides and Chickenhawk will tour from 30th September - 12th October and The Ghost Of A Thousand and Our Last Night will support the band from the 30th October until October the 24th.

'Good Advice', a new Slaves To Gravity song, is available for free download on the band's website.

Kids In Glass Houses have added another date to their November tour. The band will now play the Leeds Metropolitan University in addition to all other dates. Tickets for all shows can be purchased here.

Alkaline Trio have announced that they will play two warm-up shows before their appearances at the Reading and Leeds Festivals. They will appear the the Relentless Garage in London on August the 25th and at the Cardiff Millenium Music Hall on the 26th. Tickets for the dates can be purchased here and here.

The Delays, Japanese Voyeurs, East Strike West, Redwood, 33Revolutions and This Vintage Fall have all been added to the lineup for this year's Guilfest.

Click here to hear The Gaslight Anthem in session with BBC Radio 1's Zane Lowe. The band's upcoming UK tour dates are listed in the 'Tours' section.

Tired Pony, featuring members of Snow Patrol, REM and The Minus 5, have announced that their debut album 'The Place We Ran From' will be released on the 12th of July. The album can be pre-ordered from here and all songs can be heard on the band's YouTube page.

An old Blitz Kids demo entitled 'Misfits' can be heard on the band's Facebook page, where another song - 'Raise Your Glass' - can be downloaded for free.

Everyone who has purchased a ticket for the Hevy Festival will be entered into five weekly competitions to win goodie bags from Big Deal Clothing. More informatiion can be found here.

Screaming Maldini have added five new songs to their Myspace page.

A signed [dweeb] guitar is up for grabs in a 'biggest group hug' competition. Details of how to enter are available on the band's Facebook page.

The Gaslight Anthem
21st London Hammersmith Apollo
22nd Southampton Guildhall
23rd Bristol O2 Academy
24th Wolverhampton Civic Hall
16th Nottingham Rock City
17th Leeds O2 Academy
18th Newcastle O2 Academy
19th Edinburgh Picture House
20th Manchester Apollo
21st Dublin Olympia
22nd Belfast Mandela Hall

Alkaline Trio
25th London Relentless Garage
26th Cardiff Millenium Music Hall

18th Newcastle O2 Academy 2
19th Glasgow Oran Mor
20th Aberdeen Cafe Drummonds
23rd Leeds Cockpit
24th Liverpool O2 Academy 2
25th Cambridge ARU
26th Nottingham Rescue Rooms
28th Birmingham O2 Academy 2
29th Cardiff Millenium Music Hall
30th Stoke Sugarmill
1st London Koko
2nd Oxford Academy 2
4th Bristol Fleece
5th Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms
6th Brighton Concorde 2
15th Manchester Academy 2

Kids In Glass Houses (extra date)
20th Leeds Met University

Dinosaur Pile-Up
14th Manchester Ruby Lounge
15th Nottingham Bodega Social Club
16th Bristol Cooler
17th London KCLSU
19th Exeter Timepiece
20th Birmingham Hare & Hound
21st Liverpool Masque
22nd Edinburgh Electric Circus
23rd Glasgow King Tut's
24th Leeds Cockpit
26th Wrexham Central Station
27th Stoke Sugarmill
28th Brighton Coalition
29th Cambridge Haymakers
30th Sheffield Plug
1st Crewe The Box
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Uk Round-Up 26/06/2010
06/26/10 at 04:28 AM by Andy Biddulph
Good Charlotte, Converge, Tiger Please, Out Of Sight, Earthtone 9, Straight Lines, Little London, Chrome Hoof and Kylesa have all been added to the lineup for the Sonisphere Festival at the end of July.

Architects have finished recording their as yet untitled new album with Steve Evetts. The record is due for release later this year and their recently announced UK tour dates are listed in 'Tours'.

Young Guns will play a matinee show on the 18th of July at the Kingston Hippodrome to celebrate the release of their debut album 'All Our Kings Are Dead' (out 12th of July). Support for the gig will come in the form of Deaf Havana and Stars of the Search Party and tickets are priced at 7 for entry and 8 for entry and the CD. A number of other pre-order packages are listed here.

A number of photos and videos from this weekend's Glastonbury Festival are available on the BBC's Glastonbury page, including archived footage of performances from the past 40 years of the festival.
Thom Yorke and Johnny Greenwood of Radiohead performed a surprise set at the festival, playing a short set on the Park Stage on Friday night.

The Gaslight Anthem's 'American Slang' has debuted at number 18 in the UK album chart.

Funeral For A Friend are selling 25 gold discs of 'Casually Dressed and Deep In Conversation' on their Pledge Music page. Buyers will also recieve a digital copy of the band's forthcoming EP. Young Guns and The Automatic will support the band for their two Cardiff and London shows at the end of July.

Blitz Kids will play the BBC Introducing Stage at T in the Parkin July. The band have also announced a one-off show at London's Camden Barfly on the 7th of July. Tickets are priced at 5 and can be purchased here. Their new video for 'Maybe We'll Die, Maybe We Won't' can be seen here.

Charlie Simpson (Fightstar) is set to begin recording his debut solo EP. This EP can be pre-ordered alongside signed merchandise and exclusive webcam streams from his Pledge Music page.

Out of Sight are to play an acoustic instore session at Kingston Banquet Records on the 6th of July. The band's new album can now be pre-ordered with an exclusive t-shirt from the Slam Dunk Store.

A behind the scenes video of Kids In Glass Houses shooting their recent video for 'Undercover Lover' can be seen here.

Asking Alexandria's London show on the 10th of December has been upgraded to the Islington O2 Academy. All original tickets are still valid.

1st Birmingham O2 Academy 2
2nd Manchester Club Academy
3rd Glasgow Garage
4th Newcastle O2 Academy
6th Nottingham Rescue Rooms
7th Norwich Waterfront
8th London Koko
9th Bristol Anson Rooms

Dillinger Escape Plan (support: Rolo Tomassi)
27th Southampton University
28th Birmingham Academy 2
29th Glasgow Garage
30th Manchester Club Academy
1st Nottingham Rescue Rooms
2nd Bristol Academy
3rd Norwich Waterfront
4th Brighton Concorde
5th London Electric Ballroom
6th Leeds University

6th Dublin O2

Kids In Glass Houses
11th Norwich UEA
12th Southampton Guildhall
14th Cardiff University Great Hall
15th Bristol Academy
17th Glasgow ABC
18th Birmingham Academy
19th Manchester Academy
21st Newcastle Academy
23rd Sheffield Academy
24th London Shepherd's Bush Empire

Blitz Kids
7th London Camden Barfly

Young Guns (support: Deaf Havana & Stars of the Search Party)
18th Kingston Hippodrome (matinee)
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UK Round-Up 19/06/2010
06/19/10 at 04:25 AM by Andy Biddulph
Reading and Leeds Festivals
The lineup for the Festival Republic stage at August's Reading and Leeds Festivals has been announced. Ash, British Sea Power and Marina and the Diamonds are to headline. Below is the full lineup.

Reading - Friday 27th August / Leeds - Sunday 29th August

Marina and the Diamonds
The Sunshine Underground
Blood Red Shoes
Adam Green
Avi Buffalo
Egyptian Hip Hop
Pulled Apart By Horses
Summer Camp
Funeral Party
The Cheek

Reading - Saturday 28th August / Leeds - Friday 27th August

Atari Teenage Riot
The Black Angels
Fight Like Apes
Darwin Deez
Chapel Club
Alberta Cross
I Blame Coco
Freelance Whales
The Crookes

Reading - Sunday 29th August / Leeds - Saturday 28th August

British Sea Power
One Night Only
Minus The Bear
Tame Impala
The Like
Free Energy
Fool's Gold
General Fiasco
Sound of Guns
Foxy Shazam

Elsewhere at Reading and Leeds, Miike Snow have cancelled their appearance on the NME/Radio 1 stage. The Joy Formidable are to take their place at both festivals.

Pendulum have announced a warm-up show for the festivals at the Cambridge Corn Exchange on the 26th of August. Tickets are priced at 22.50 and available to purchase here.

Deaf Havana are to play two Slam Dunk-sponsored club nights this week in Leeds and London. The band will be supported by Goodbye For Now and Dead Message at the Leeds Cockpit date on the 22nd and Save Your Breath and Our Time Down Here at the Camden Purple Turtle on the 25th before DJs play from 11pm-3am.
Age restrictions apply for both dates and are available along with tickets here (Leeds) and here (London).

Them Crooked Vultures are to play a one-off show on the 5th of July at the London Brixton Academy to help fund Eagles of Death Metal bassist Brian O'Connor's cancer treatment. Tickets are available here.

MiMi Soya's new 'I Can't Stand Pop Bands' EP is available now from itunes and the LAB Records Store, where a number of bundles including singles and signed EPs are available.
UK fans can also text 'MiMiSoya' to 60444 and recieve the band's 'Doctor! Doctor!' single for only 50p.

Francesqa's new single 'Ghosts' is now available to purchase on itunes. Their forthcoming EP 'We Lived' is scheduled for release on the 19th of July and can be pre-ordered here. The band are currently on a 12-date tour of the UK with Tiger Please and The Broadcast.

The UK leg of Ozzfest will be held at the London O2 Arena on the 18th of September. The lineup will span two stages and includes Ozzy Ozbourne, Korn, Murderdolls and Skindred. Many more acts are to be announced over the coming months.

Yound Guns' next single will be 'Crystal Clear'. The song will be released on the 26th of July, two weeks after the release of their debut album 'All Our Kings Are Dead'.

A number of live photos from last weekend's Download Festival can be viewed here.

Devil Sold His Soul's new single 'Callous Heart' is now available to download from itunes and 7digital. A promo video for the song can be seen here.

Kids in Glass Houses' 'Undercover Lover' featuring Frankie Sandford of The Saturdays is now available on itunes.

Tickets for the upcoming Sonisphere Festival can now be purchased from a range of shops across England, Scotland and Wales. A list of participating stores is available here.

Them Crooked Vultures
5th London Brixton O2 Academy

30 Seconds To Mars (support: Enter Shikari)
29th Brighton Centre
30th London O2 Arena
1st Birmingham NIA
3rd Aberdeen AECC
4th Manchester Central

21st Southampton Joiners
22nd Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach
23rd London Borderline (Sold Out)
25th Manchester Roadhouse
27th Glasgow King Tut's
28th Leeds Cockpit
29th Newcastle Academy 2

Frank Turner
1st Aberdeen Lemon Tree
2nd Glasgow ABC
3rd Preston 53 Degrees
4th Sheffield Plug
5th Oxford Regal
6th Cambridge Corn Exchange
7th Southampton Guildhall
8th Exeter Lemon Grove
10th Leicester Academy
11th Liverpool Academy
12th London Brixton O2 Academy

26th Cambridge Corn Exchange

Cancer Bats
26th Morecambe Carleton
27th Folkestone Quarterhouse
28th Tunbridge Wells Forum
29th London Electric Ballroom
30th Nottingham Rescue Rooms
31st Leeds Cockpit
1st Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach
2nd Coventry Kasbash
3rd Dublin Academy 2
4th Belfast Limelight
5th Stoke Sugarmill
6th Abderdeen Drummonds
7th Newcastle Academy 2

2nd London Brixton Academy
3rd Prestatyn Hard Rock Hell
4th Glasgow Barrowlands
5th Belfast Ulster Hall
7th Dublin Olympia
9th Manchester Academy
10th Birmingham Academy

Linkin Park
4th Manchester MEN Arena
9th Birmingham LG Arena
10th London O2 Arena

The Drums
24th London HMV Forum
26th Bristol Anson Rooms
27th Birmingham HMV Institute
3rd Newcastle Northumbria University
4th Leeds Met University
5th Nottingham Rock City
6th Manchester Academy 2
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UK Round-Up 11/06/2010
06/11/10 at 10:31 AM by Andy Biddulph
Download Festival
A video tribute to Ronnie James Dio, Paul Gray, Stuart Cable, Pete Steele, Jimmy 'The Rev' Sullivan, Mike Alexander and Maurice Jones is to be screened before AC/DC's set on the Friday of the festival. An additional video tribute to Paul Gray will be shown between Deftones and Rage Against The Machine on Saturday night.

This weekend's Download Festival will not be streamed online. However, both day and weekend tickets for the festival are still available here. If you can't make it, news, reviews, photos, interviews and podcasts will be available on the Download website and the official Download festival twitter.

The BBC Radio 1 will also present a series of programmes from the festival featuring live sessions and interviews. These shows can be heard on this page.

The BBC Radio 1 Rock Show's Daniel P. Carter has put together a mix of Donington acts over the last 30 years. The 20 minute track can be downloaded here.

Ex-Stereophonics drummer Stuart Cable was found dead at his home earlier this week. Police stated that there are 'no suspicious circumstances' surrounding his death. The drummer was due to play the Download Festival with his new band Killing For Company this weekend and the aforementioned video tribute will feature the Welsh drummer.

Corey Taylor will play a solo set at the forthcoming Sonisphere Festival. Other acts to join headliners Rammstein and Iron Maiden include Gary Numan, Six Hour Sundown, Don Bronco, General Fiasco, Endless Dark, Japanese Voyeurs, Allies, RSJ, Tom Hollister Trio, Outcry Collective, Voodoo Six, Sacred Mother Tongue, Slam Cartel, Gu Medecine, Turbo Wolf and Phillip Sayce.

A number of podcasts from the Slam Dunk Festival can be seen here. Amongst the podcasts are video interviews with The Blackout, Against Me!, Young Guns, Kill Casino, New Found Glory, Four Year Strong, Rolo Tomassi, We Are The Ocean, Francesqa, Devil Sold His Soul, My Passion, Skindred and Alkaline Trio.

A documentary following Blur throughout their reunion last summer has been shown on BBC Four. The programme is entitled 'No Distance Left To Run' and is available on the BBC iPlayer until Friday.

Twin Atlantic are to support both The Gaslight Anthem and Blink-182 on their summer UK and Ireland tours. Dates are available on the band's Myspace.

MiMi Soya's new EP 'I Can't Stand Pop Bands' is set for release on the 14th of June. Physical copies of the release are available here and here.

A free download of The Drums' 'It Will All End In Tears' is avaliable here.

Footage of main stage performances from the Rockness Festival, including Plan B, Doves, Twin Atlantic and The Strokes will be available on the BBC's Rockness page throughout the weekend.

Gorillaz are running a competition to win VIP tickets for the Glastonbury Festival this summer. See this page for details on how to enter.

A number of interviews with Kids In Glass Houses' Aled Phillips are available here, here and here.

Mystery Jets are to play a Myspace Secret Show at a Leeds venue on the 22nd of June.

This Will Destroy You
14th Norwich Arts Centre
15th Glasgow Stereo
16th Manchester Moho
17th London Garage

Less Than Jake
4th Oxford O2 Academy
5th Norwich UEA
6th Birmingham O2 Academy
7th Leeds O2 Academy
8th London HMV Forum
9th Cardiff Millenium Music Hall
10th Bristol O2 Academy
12th Portsmouth Pyramids
13th Nottingham Rock City
14th Peterborough Cresset
16th Manchester Academy
17th Newcastle O2 Academy
18th Edinburgh Picture House

Lostprophets (support: Attack! Attack!)
25th London Shepherd's Bush Empire

Madina Lake
2nd Cardiff Barfly
3rd Kingston New Slang
4th London Camden Barfly
5th York Duchess
6th Poole Chords

Framing Hanley
15th Clwb Ifor Bach
16th Birmingham O2 Academy
18th Leeds Cockpit
20th Glasgow Garage
21st Manchester Academy 3
23rd London Underworld

16th Liverpool Academy
17th Leamington Spa Assembly Rooms
18th Nottingham Rock City
20th London Forum
21st Norwich Waterfront
22nd Cambridge Junction
24th Oxford Academy
25th Bournemouth Academy
26th Bristol Academy
27th Leeds Academy
29th Sheffield Academy 2
30th Glasgow ABC
1st Newcastle Academy
3rd Manchester Academy 2
4th Birmingham HMV Institute

The Parlotones
25th London O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire
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UK Round-Up 04/06/2010
06/04/10 at 08:22 AM by Andy Biddulph
The organisers of the Slam Dunk Festival have sent out a lengthy statement apologising for and explaining the problems experienced at the Hatfield date. The email was sent to everyone on the Slam Dunk mailing list, but can be read in full at punktastic.com.

Wolfmother have cancelled their upcoming European tour, including their appearance at the Download Festival next week. Killswitch Engage will fill in their slot at the festival.

Enter Shikari will play mid-August shows in Preston and Bath to warm up for the Reading and Leeds festivals. Dates can be seen here. Tickets are priced at 10 for the next 10 days and can be purchased here.

A Young Guns tour video can be seen here. The band will also support Funeral For A Friend at their two July dates, meaning that some original tour dates have been rescheduled.

A new Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly. song can be downloaded free from his website. He on tour throughout the summer and dates can be seen on his Myspace.

Rage Against The Machine's free show at Finsbury Park, London will take place on Sunday the 6th. Support for the event will come from Gallows, Roots Manuva and Gogol Bordello.

earthtone9 have reformed and are giving away a 'Best Of' compilation on their website. A limited edition digipack of the collection is also available to pre-order at the same site for 5.99.

Francesqa's video for their new single 'Ghosts' can be seen here. The song will be released on the 14th of June on itunes.

K'naan, the artist behind this year's official World Cup anthem, will play a one-off London show on the 6th of September. Tickets are available here.

Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 show this week featured a live session from We Are Scientists. UK users can listen to the show in full here.

The Charlatans' eleventh album 'Who We Touch' is scheduled for UK release on the 6th of September. New single 'Love Is Ending' will be released on the 19th of July and the first radio airplay of the song can be heard on Steve Lamacq's BBC 6 Music show from the 4th of June.
The band have also announced an October tour, where they will be joined by Happy Mondays' Shaun Ryder. Dates are in the 'Tours' section.

24th Nottingham Rock City
25th Newcastle O2 Academy
26th Birmingham O2 Academy
27th Edinburgh Corn Exchange
29th Dublin Olympia
3rd Manchester Apollo
4th Liverpool University
6th London Brixton Academy
7th London Brixton Academy

Enter Shikari
18th Preston 53 Degrees
19th Bath Pavillion

23rd London Borderline

Bury Tomorrow (support: Burn The Fleet)
23rd Yeovil Orange Box
24th Southampton Joiners Arms
26th Cardiff Barfly
27th Northampton Roadmender
28th Birmingham Academy 3
29th Manchester Roadhouse
30th Glasgow Ivory Blacks
1st Newcastle O2 Academy
2nd Stoke Sugarmill
3rd London Camden Barfly

Joshua Radin
15th Glasgow ABC
17th Manchester Academy
18th Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall
19th London Roundhouse

Manic Street Preachers (support: British Sea Power)
29th Glasgow Academy
30th Aberdeen Music Hall
2nd Edinburgh Corn Exchange
3rd Carlisle Sands Centre
5th Hull City Hall
6th Sheffield Academy
8th Liverpool University
9th Blackburn King George's Hall
11th Leeds Academy
12th Derby Assembly Rooms
14th Manchester Apollo
16th Lincoln Engine Shed
17th Norwich UEA
19th Southampton Guildhall
20th Southend Cliffs Pavillion
22nd Bournemouth Academy
23rd Newport Centre
25th Bristol Colston Hall
26th Birmingham Academy
28th London Brixton Academy
29th London Brixton Academy
31st Leicester De Montford Hall
1st Cambridge Corn Exchange

DevilDriver & 36 Crazyfists (co-headline)
5th Newcastle O2 Academy
6th Leeds O2 Academy
7th Glasgow The Arches
8th Nottingham Rock City
9th Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall
10th Bournemouth O2 Academy
12th Bristol O2 Academy
13th London HMV Forum
14th Manchester Academy

Good Charlotte
27th London Koko

The Charlatans (support: Shaun Ryder)
7th Newcastle O2 Academy
8th Edinburgh HMV Picture House
9th Dundee Fat Sam's Live
11th Liverpool O2 Academy
12th Nottingham Rock City
14th Leeds O2 Academy
15th Sheffield O2 Academy
16th Manchester Apollo
18th Oxford O2 Academy
19th Bristol O2 Academy
21st Norwich UEA
22nd London Brixton O2 Academy
23rd Birmingham O2 Academy

13th London King's College SU
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UK Round-Up 28/05/2010
05/28/10 at 02:06 PM by Andy Biddulph
Reading & Leeds News

The lineup for the Lock Up Stage at this year's Reading and Leeds festivals was announced on the BBC Radio 1 Mike Davies Punk Show on Tuesday. Headliners Bad Religion (Leeds Friday, Reading Saturday) and Alkaline Trio (Reading Friday, Leeds Sunday) will be joined by;
Friday - The Get Up Kids, Cancer Bats, Zebrahead, Crime In Stereo, RX Bandits, The Rats, Trash Talk, Paint It Black, Off With Their Heads, Moral Dilemma.
Sunday - Sick Of It All, Against Me!, Hatebreed, Streetlight Manifesto, Strike Anywhere, This Is Hell, Static Thought, Civet, The Skints, Crazy Arm, Blood Or Whiskey.

Friday - Sick Of It All, Against Me!, Hatebreed, Streetlight Manifesto, Strike Anywhere, This Is Hell, Static Thought, Civet, The Skints, Crazy Arm, Blood Or Whiskey.
Saturday - The Get Up Kids, Cancer Bats, Zebrahead, Crime In Stereo, RX Bandits, The Rats, Trash Talk, Paint It Black, Off With Their Heads, Moral Dilemma.

Amongst other acts to join the lineup for the festivals are: The King Blues, Kids In Glass Houses, Hadouken!, Band Of Skulls, 3OH!3, Rolo Tomassi, Everything Everything, Lights, Goldheart Assembly, Mike Snow, Los Campesinos!, Local Natives, Roots Manuva and Chiddy Bang. The dance stage will also host DJ sets from Rusko, Sub Focus and L'Amour La Morgue (Lostprophets' Ian Watkins).


A new London date has been added to Paramore's November UK tour after the first show sold out within hours of going on sale. The new date will be at the London O2 Arena on the 15th of November. Tickets can be purchased here.

The Radio 1 Big Weekend took place in Bangor last weekend. Videos and photos of sets from 30 Seconds To Mars, Biffy Clyro, Bombay Bicycle Club, Hadouken!, Kids In Glass Houses, Lostprophets, Paramore, Pendulum, Plan B, Stornoway, Sub Focus and You Me At Six can be seen on these pages.

Pendulum played a Myspace Secret Show on the 25th. Photos and video highlights will be available here in the coming days.

Charlie Simpson of Fightstar has set up a Pledgemusic page where fans can buy anything from private shows, studio mics, signed mini albums and artwork in order to fund the recording of his debut solo effort.

A video interview with Bring Me The Horizon and a live session from Hello Hello can be seen here.

Taylor Hawkins & The Coattail Riders, My Passion, Trigger The Bloodshed, Devil Sold His Soul, Anathema, Sondura, Jett Black, The Dirty Feel, Ginger (The Wildhearts), Ricky Warwick, Starseed, Danny Vaughn (Tyketto), Everything Burns, Enemo-J and The More I See have all been added to the Download Festival in June. The editors of Classic Rock and Metal Hammer magazines will also compete in a DJ stand-off during the event.

Attack! Attack!'s new single 'Not Afraid' was released on Monday. Details of how to purchase the track via text can be seen here.

Day tickets for Sonisphere are now available. Saturday and Sunday tickets cost 65, whereas Friday tickets are being sold for 40.

[dweeb]'s forthcoming single ''It's OK' can be pre-ordered by texting 'Dweeb' to 81088. The song will cost 1 plus the cost of a standard text message and will be available to download on the 12th of July.

Twenty Twenty are planning 4 in-store signings alongside the release of their upcoming live album. The signings will take place at HMVs in Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester and Chelmsford.


Click here to buy extra tickets for Muse's UK shows in September. The support bands for these stadium shows are as follows;
4th September - Manchester Lancashire C.C.
Band Of Skulls
Pulled Apart By Horses

10th September - London Wembley Stadium
Lily Allen
The Big Pink
White Rabbits

11th September - London Wembley Stadium
Biffy Clyro
White Lies
I Am Arrows


10th Liverpool Echo Arena
11th Sheffield Arena
13th London O2 Arena (Sold Out)
15th London O2 Arena
16th Birmingham LG Arena
18th Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
20th Aberdeen AECC

Circa Survive
12th Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach
13th Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms
14th London Camden Underworld
16th Manchester Academy 3
17th Birmingham Academy 2
18th Glasgow King Tut's

One Night Only
12th London Bush Hall
13th Manchester Deaf Institute
14th Glasgow King Tut's
16th Birmingham Academy 3

Bring Me The Horizon
6th Birmingham NIA
8th Manchester MEN
9th Glasgow SECC
11th Cardiff CIA
12th London Wembley Arena

Attack! Attack! (UK)
8th Cork Cypress Avenue (Early Show)
9th Dublin Academy 2
10th Belfast Auntie Annie's (Matinee Show)
13th Norwich Arts Centre
14th Nottingham Rock City Basement
15th Stoke Sugarmill
16th Manchester Sound Control
17th Leeds Cockpit 2
19th Inverness Ironworks
20th Glasgow King Tut's
21st Manchester Academy 2
22nd Liverpool Masque Loft
23rd Leicester Academy 3
25th Birmingham Academy 2
26th Oxford Academy 2
27th Bristol Thekla
28th Exeter Cavern Club
29th Yeovil Orange Box
31st Gloucester Guildhall
2nd Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms
3rd Brighton Audio
4th Southend-on-Sea Chinnerys
5th London Underworld
7th Cardiff Solus

The Dead Weather
27th Glasgow ABC
28th London Roundhouse

2nd Birmingham Library
3rd Bristol Anson Rooms
4th Oxford Brookes University SU
9th Liverpool O2 Academy
10th Manchester Club Academy
11th Leeds Cockpit
13th Southampton University
14th Cambridge Junction
15th Norwich Waterfront
17th London Shepherd's Bush Empire

The Black Keys
28th Glasgow Academy
30th Newcastle Academy
31st Leeds Academy
2nd Brixton Academy
3rd Norwich UEA
4th Nottingham Rock City
6th Liverpool Academy
7th Bournemouth Academy
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UK Round-Up 22/05/2010
05/22/10 at 02:31 AM by Andy Biddulph
Funeral For A Friend guitarist Darran Smith will play his last two shows with the band in Cardiff and London in July. Their first studio album; 'Casually Dressed & Deep In Conversation' will be played in its entirety at the two dates. Tickets are available here.

The lineup for the Imperial Never Say Die Tour has been announced. Headliners Bleeding Through will be joined by Parkway Drive, Comeback Kid, Emmure, War From A Harlot's Mouth, Your Demise and We Came As Romans.

Muse's new single 'Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever)' is avaliable here. A behind-the-scenes look at the making of the video can be seen here in the UK or here in the US.

Click here to hear You Me At Six play an acoustic version of their new single 'Liquid Confidence' and cover Ellie Goulding's 'Starry Eyed' in the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge. The band have also added new London, Manchester, Wolverhampton and Edinburgh dates to their upcoming tour. Tickets can be purchased here.

The King Blues' new single 'Headbutt' can be purchased for 50p on 7digital, or as part of a four-track 2.49 package including two remixes.

The lineup for Lock Up Stage at this year's Reading & Leeds Festivals will be announced on the Mike Davies Punk Show from 2am on Tuesday the 25th May.

Francesqua have been chosen by Tom DeLonge to open the Kerrang! Introducing Stage at the Slam Dunk series of festivals next weekend. The Oxford band currently have two songs available for free download at MusicGlue and are on tour throughout the summer. Dates can be found on their Myspace.

The Dead Weather's new album 'Sea Of Cowards' has debuted at number 32 in the UK Album Chart.

Skindred, Blitz Kids, 65daysofstatic, The Casino Brawl, Slaves To Gravity, Lower Than Atlantis, The Boys With X-Ray Eyes, Black Spiders, Cars On Fire, Sylosis, Fastway, Throats, March Of The Raptors, The Xcerts, Audrey Horne, After The Ordeal, Fei Comodo and Little Fish have all been added to the lineup for this summer's Sonisphere Festival.

Airbourne are to support Aerosmith at the London O2 Arena on the 15th of June.

Funeral For A Friend
22nd Cardiff University
23rd London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire

27th Stoke-On-Trent Hope Centre
10th Gloucester Pig Inn The City
12th Edinburgh Frenzy Festival
13th Ballymena Fuel Festival
19th Falmouth Ikon
3rd Belfast Summer Madness
9th Upminster Solid Festival
10th Bidford-Upon-Avon Sanctuary
31st Newcastle Basement Coffee House
7th Bradford Rocknations
10th Wadebridge Creation Festival
12th Shepton Mallet Soul Survivor
14th Norwich Newday
19th Shepton Mallet Soul Survivor
25th Shepton Mallet Momentum Acoustic Cafe

You Me At Six (extra dates)
4th Edinburgh Corn Exchange
7th Wolverhampton Civic Hall
13th Manchester Apollo
15th London Hammersmith Apollo

Imperial Never Say Die Tour
31st Birmingham O2 Academy
1st Newcastle O2 Academy
2nd Glasgow ABC
3rd London Forum
4th Portsmouth Pyramids
5th Manchester Academy

21st Leeds Met University
22nd Glasgow ABC
24th Manchester Academy 2
25th Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall
27th Bristol O2 Academy
28th London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
30th Oxford O2 Academy
31st Southampton University

The Plight
30th Sheffield Forum (Free Gig)
1st Birmingham Flapper
2nd Plymouth White Rabbit (Free Gig)
3rd High Wycombe Nags Head
4th Bath Green Tavern
6th London Old Blue Last (Free Gig)
7th Guilford Boiler Rooms
8th Norwich Marquee
9th Milton Keynes Crauford Arms (Free Gig)
10th Leeds Well (Free Gig)
11th Edinburgh Bannermans
12th Glasgow Captain's Rest
13th Aberdeen Tunnels
14th Middlesborough Bad Medecine Rock Club
15th Liverpool Masque
16th Manchester Roadhouse
17th Newcastle Head of Steam
20th York Fibbers
21st Cardiff Barfly
22nd Bristol Croft
23rd Tunbridge Wells Forum
24th Hull East Riding Bike Show, Dene Park Sport Club
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UK Round-Up 14/05/2010
05/14/10 at 10:33 AM by Andy Biddulph
As seen on the main site, Fightstar vocalist Charlie Simpson has released a free demo of his solo song 'Thorns' here. The ex-Busted man looks set to play a series of solo shows later this year.

Deaf Havana vocalist Ryan Mellor has left the band due to familiy circumstances. The band are to carry on as a four piece and a video where the band discuss his departure can be seen here.

fun.'s London O2 Academy date has been rescheduled for the 26th May. Original tickets are still valid. Click here to see the band perform an acoustic version of 'The Gambler' in the UK.

Gallows, Gogol Bordello and Roots Manuva are to support Rage Against The Machine at their free show at London's Finsbury Park on the 6th June.

The lead single for 'Eclipse', the third Twilight movie, will be Muse's 'Neutron Star Collision'. A short video clip of the song can be seen here.

Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke and Metronomy are amongst 9 acts added to the lineup for this year's Big Chill Festival in Herefordshire.

Satellites' new EP 'Shorelines' is featured in this week's Free Music Friday and is available here.

Ticketholders for this year's Sonisphere Festival are eligible for a two week trial of we7. Details will be sent out via email soon.

[dweeb]'s new album 'Feels Like Dynamite' is now available. A series of album launch shows are listed on their Myspace.

Kids In Glass Houses' new single 'Undercover Lover' will be released on the 13th June. The video, featuring Frankie Sandford of The Saturdays, can be seen here. The band have also been confirmed as main support for some of Stereophonics' UK tour dates.

Joey Belladonna's return to Anthrax means that he will play this summer's Sonisphere Festival with the band.

Out Of Sight's new album 'Where Do We Go From Here' is available to pre-order here. The album is set for release on the 5th July.

The diaries of Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love are on show as part of the Ctrl.Alt.Shift. Dear Diary exhibition in London. Ticket details for the event are available here.

There will be an acoustic stage at this year's Slam Dunk festivals at Leeds University and the University of Hertfordshire. Bands include; Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly (Leeds only), Lost On Campus, Sam Little, and Lightyear vocalist Chas Palmer-Williams. A special guest will play the Hatfield show.

Joan Jett And The Blackhearts and Frank Turner will support Green Day at their Lancashire Cricket Club and Wembley Stadium shows in June.

Kids In Glass Houses (supporting Stereophonics)
30th Aberdeen AECC
1st Bournemouth IC
2nd Brighton Centre
5th Cardiff City Stadium

13th Download Festival
27th Glastonbury Festival
29th Dublin Vicar Street
30th Belfast Mandela Hall
1st Edinburgh Picture House
3rd Manchester Academy
4th London Wireless Festival

My Passion
1st Cork Cyprus Avenue
2nd Dublin Academy 2
3rd Belfast Auntie Annie's (Matinee Show)
9th Brighton Concorde 2
10th Southampton Joiners
11th Yeovil Orange Box
12th Plymouth White Rabbit
14th Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach
15th Bristol Academy 2
16th Birmingham Academy 3
17th Manchester Roadhouse
19th Leeds Cockpit 2
20th Newcastle Academy 2
21st Glasgow King Tut's
22nd Inverness Ironworks
23rd Barrow In Furness Canteen
25th Lancaster Library
26th Liverpool Academy 2
27th Nottingham Rock City
28th Milton Keynes Crauford Arms
29th Norwich Arts Centre
31st London Underworld

Framing Hanley
16th Birmingham Academy 2
18th Leeds Cockpit
20th Glasgow King Tut's
21st Manchester Roadhouse
23rd London Barfly
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UK Round-Up 07/05/2010
05/07/10 at 08:30 AM by Andy Biddulph
Funeral For A Friend have announced that their fans can help fund the recording of their latest EP by buying items ranging from signed CDs from entry to any FFAF show this year. An 8 digital download of the EP can also be purchased. The band have already reached their target but more can be pledged at http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/funeralforafriend.

Due to phenomenal demand, You Me At Six have added another Manchester Apollo date on the 13th of December. Tickets are available here.

Fucked Up, My Passion, The Wonderstuff, And So I Watch You From Afar and Babylon Circus have been added to the 'ROCKSOUND Rock Cave' stage at July's Guilfest.

Gallows will support Cypress Hill at the Brixton Academy on June 15th. Tickets are on sale here.

This year's Redfest will be headlined by Enter Shikari and Hadouken. The Surrey festival will also feature Twin Atlantic, LightsGoBlue and 6 Day Riot.

INME, Deaf Havana, cKy, Sabaton, Ghost Of A Thousand, Me Vs Hero, Bury Tomorrow, The World On Fire, Failsafe, Firebug, All Forgotten, The Bendal Interlude, Bow And Arrow, Chickenhawk, Rinoa, While She Sleeps, Tek One and Kellermensch have all been added to this summer's Sonisphere line-up.

Blitz Kids' 'An Ink Blot In A Blood Clot' and 'The Comedian' are up for free download here.

Rolo Tomassi, The Plight, Switchfoot, Your Demise, The Virginmarys, Kadawatha, Sonic Syndicate, Jim Jones Revue, 3 Inches Of Blood, Urban Voodoo Machine and TAB The Band have all been added to this year's Download Festival lineup, while Napalm Death will fill in for The Used, who cancelled their European Tour last week.

Bullet For My Valentine's 'Fever' has debuted at number 5 in the UK Album Chart. The band embark on an American tour from the 7th of May.

Out Of Sight have signed to Slam Dunk Records. Their new album 'Where Do We Go From Here' is set for release on the 5th June and a free download of 'No Time Like The Present' will be available here from Monday.

Limp Bizkit will play a warm-up show for Reading and Leeds by playing the Olympia Theatre in Dublin on the 24th August. Tickets can be purchased here.

Kele (of Bloc Party)
2nd Oxford O2 Academy
6th London Village Underground
12th Bristol Thekla
14th Birmingham O2 Academy
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UK Round-Up 30/04/2010
04/30/10 at 03:52 AM by Andy Biddulph
In case you missed it, Bullet For My Valentine's Myspace Secret Show in London is available to stream in its entirety here.

Darran Smith is to leave Funeral For A Friend. His last show will be at Sonisphere this summer. Current bassist Gavin Burrough is now the band's second guitarist and four-stringer Richard Boucher has been drafted into the band on a permanent basis. Read more about the changes here.

'Watercolour', the new Pendulum single, will be available in the UK fron the 2nd May.

Comeback Kid, Madina Lake, Deaf Havana, The King Blues, Danananakroyd, Twin Atlantic, Hexes, Me Vs Hero, Blitz Kids, Pulled Apart By Horses, Breaking The Day, Turbowolf and TRC have all been added to August's Hevy festival in Kent.

Kids In Glass Houses have filmed a video for 'Undercover Lover' with British girl group The Saturdays. Here is a photo of the set.

A handwritten John Lennon lyric sheet for The Beatles' 'A Day In The Life' is expected to make 460,000 ($700,000) when it goes up for auction in June.

Deftones are set to play an intimate gig at the ULU, London on May 12th. The show sold out in minutes.

The lineup for Radio 1's Big Weekend from the 22nd-23rd May has been announced, and features Paramore, Lostprophets, Biffy Clyro, 30 Seconds To Mars, Pendulum, Kids In Glass Houses, Hadouken, You Me At Six, Plan B and MGMT. UK residents can apply for free tickets here until Monday 3rd of May.

Owl City's May 9th show from London's Shepherd's Bush Empire will stream live here.

Follow Kerrang! Magazine on MFLOW and recieve five free downloads; Cancer Bats' 'Sabotage', Fightstar's 'Colours Bleed To Red', Funeral For A Friend's 'To Die Like Mouchette', Rise To Remain's 'Bridges Will Burn' and 'Violence and Pictures' by In Case Of Fire.

The Used have cancelled their forthcoming UK tour.

This year's GhostFest will take place at Leeds University's SU from June 26th-27th. The festival will be headlined by Gallows and also feature Devil Sold His Soul, KnuckleDust, The Seventh Cross, Lower Than Atlantis, More Than Life, The Eyes of A Traitor, TRC, Bleed From Within and Throats. Tickets can be purchased here.

The Blackout
20th Preston 53 Degrees
24th Salisbury City Hall (with Young Guns, Bury Tomorrow, Canterbury and ISpyStrangers)

You Me At Six
5th Edinburgh Corn Exchange
6th Wolverhampton Civic Hall
9th Bournemouth BIC
10th Doncaster Dome
12th Manchester Apollo
16th London Hammersmith Apollo

Biffy Clyro
29th Hull Arena
30th Nottingham Trent FM Arena
3rd Manchester GMEX

Bad Religion
6th Birmingham O2 Academy 2
7th Bristol O2 Academy
23rd London O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire
24th Manchester Academy 2

We Are Scientists
24th Sheffield Leadmill
25th Oxford O2 Academy

Asking Alexandria
8th Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms
9th Bristol O2 Academy
10th London Camden Underworld
11th Birmingham O2 Academy 3
12th Nottingham Rescue Rooms
13th Manchester Academy 3
16th Newcastle O2 Academy 2
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UK Round-Up 22/04/2010
04/22/10 at 11:33 AM by Andy Biddulph
As seen on the main site, the brilliant new Blur song; 'Fool's Day' is available for free download here.

A Day To Remember, Thrice, Motion City Soundtrack, Young Guns, Serj Tankian and New Young Pony Club are among 14 bands to be added to this summer's Reading and Leeds festivals.

Bullet For My Valentine's new album 'The Fever' is set for physical and digital release on Monday 26th, with the entire album currently being streamed on the band's Myspace, where details of their imminent US tour are also available. UK residents will recieve an MP3 of 'The Last Fight' if they pre-order the album from here.

'Your Future Our Clutter', The Fall's 29th studio album, is to be released on Monday 26th April.

Lostprophets, Pendulum, The Blackout, We Are Scientists, Teenage Fanclub, We Are The Ocean and Pulled Apart By Horses are part of the massive lineup for this year's Camden Crawl. The event takes place on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd of May, and tickets are still available here.

Ten Second Epic's debut album; 'Hometown' will be released on June 24th by Atticus Black Music.

The new Plan B album; 'The Defamation of Strickland Banks' has debuted at number 1 in the UK album chart, while Coheed and Cambria's 'Year Of The Black Rainbow' is at number 35.

65daysofstatic's 'We Were Exploding Anyway' is available in the UK from Monday 26th April.

The NME Radar Tour, featuring Hurts, Everything Everything and Darwin Dees, will run from April 26th - May 12th. Tickets are available here.

The Slam Dunk South Pre-Party, featuring Fireworks, The Wonder Years and This Time Next Year will take place on the 28th May at the London Camden Purple Turtle. Tickets are available here.

Slam Dunk Vs Shakedown will take place at the Liverpool O2 Academy on the 31st May, the day after the Leeds leg of the festival. The lineup features Fireworks, Every Avenue, Out of Sight, Me Vs Hero, This Time Next Year and Fine Young Firecrackers. Tickets can be purchased here.

Young Guns, Glamour Of The Kill and Panic Cell have been added to the lineup for this year's Download Festival.

Ten Second Epic (with The Blitz Kids & Cars On Fire)
2nd Exeter Cavern
4th Manchester Roadhouse
5th Nottingham Rock City Basement
6th Southampton Joiners
7th Lancaster The Park
8th Birmingham Academy 3
9th Liverpool Academy 2
10th Glasgow ABC 2
12th Crewe The Box
13th Sheffield Academy 2
14th Newcastle Academy 2
15th London Islington Academy 2

Band Of Horses (with Darker My Love)
7th Cambridge The Junction
8th Manchester The Ritz
9th London Roadhouse
11th Oxford O2 Academy
14th Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall

18th London Shepherds Bush Empire

21st Liverpool Sound City
22nd Glasgow Stag and Dagger
23rd Leeds Cockpit 2
24th Brighton Prince Albert
25th London King's College
27th Kingston New Slang

A Wilhelm Scream
19th Bridgend Hobos
20th Southampton Joiners
21st Kingston Peel

The Get Up Kids
23rd London Camden Underworld
24th London Camden Underworld
25th Birmingham Academy 2
28th Glasgow Cathouse
29th Leeds Cockpit
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Uk Round-Up 15/04/10
04/15/10 at 10:29 AM by Andy Biddulph
Lostprophets have released their latest single 'For He's A Jolly Good Felon' in an itunes bundle alongside an acoustic version of 'Dirty Little Heart'.

Canterbury's new single 'Gloria' is up for free download here, along with their debut album 'Thank You'.

Glassjaw have been announced as headliners of the Hevy Festival, Kent, which will also feature Gallows, The Subways, Fucked Up, Rolo Tomassi, Young Guns and Lower Than Atlantis.

Kids In Glass Houses are to feature in a series of instore signing sessions sponsored by Macbeth, the dates of which can be found here.

A reissue of The Kissaway Trail's eponymous debut is set for a UK release on the 19th April.

New tickets are available for Green Day's Wembley Stadium date on the 19th June.

The new-look NME magazine was launched on the 5th April, featuring 10 special edition covers inlcuding Foals and Biffy Clyro.

The new Young Guns single 'Sons of Apathy' is now available on the itunes store.

You can vote for a band to play the Kerrang! Introducing stage at this year's Slam Dunk Festival by emailing competitions@slamdunkmusic.com and putting your chosen band as the subject title. The winning band will be decided by a judging panel involving Tom DeLonge.

Hit The Lights, Futures, Deaf Havana, Me Vs. Hero, Kill Casino, This Time Next Year and Skindred have all been added to this year's Slam Dunk Festival, which will also include DJ sets from Sean Smith (The Blackout), L'amour la Morgue (Lostprophets' Ian Watkins) and Millionaires.

Dallas Green's City and Colour is to play a second show at London's HMV Forum in the 14th June after the first show sold out in hours. Tickets are available here.

Sick Of It All's new CD/DVD release 'Based On A True Story' is released in the UK on the 19th April.

30 new bands have been announced for this year's Download Festival, including Cancer Bats, The Used, Zebrahead, Atreyu, Tiger Please, Straight Lines and As I Lay Dying. A full line-up can be found here.

Bullet For My Valentine will play a Myspace Secret Show in London on the 26th April. The video for new single 'Your Betrayal' can also be seen here.

Tegan and Sara have announced a one-off show at the Roundhouse in London on the 24th June. Tickets are available here.

Crime In Stereo
31st Manchester Night and Day
1st Birmingham Flapper
2nd London Barfly

Teenage Fanclub
27th Manchester Academy 2
6th Bristol 02 Academy
7th Birmingham 02 Academy
8th London 02 Shepherds Bush Empire

Bring Me The Horizon
21st Oxford Academy 2
22nd Norwich Waterfront
23rd Birmingham Academy 2
24th Glasgow Garage
25th Leeds Cockpit
27th Manchester Club Academy
28th Colchester Arts Centre
29th Brighton Concorde 2
30th Exeter Lemon Grove
1st London Garage

Tegan and Sara
24th London Roundhouse

Rolo Tomassi
16th Tunbridge Wells The Forum
17th Bournmouth Champions (co-headline with Trash Talk)
28th London Underworld

25th London Kingston College Students' Union

Alkaline Trio
21st Birmingham 02 Academy
23rd Manchester Academy
24th Glasgow 02 ABC
25th Newcastle 02 Academy
26th Bristol 02 Academy
28th Portsmouth Pyramid Centre
1st London Roadhouse
2nd Nottingham Rock City

City and Colour
14th London HMV Forum

Young Guns
28th Manchester Roadhouse
30th Nottingham Rock City
1st Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach
2nd Yeovil Orange Box
4th Bristol 02 Academy
5th Birmingham Flapper
6th London Camden Barfly
8th Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms
15th Brighton Komedia
16th London Relentless Garage
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UK Round-Up 08/04/2010
04/08/10 at 07:27 AM by Andy Biddulph

The Sweller's 'Ups and Downsizing' is set for UK release on the 12th of April.

Kids In Glass Houses' sophomore album 'Dirt' has debuted at number 27 in the UK album chart.

To celebrate the impending release of 'Bears, Mayors, Scraps and Bones' (12th April), Cancer Bats will play a 2PM instore show at the Fighting Cocks, Kingston on 17th April in addition to their sold out 4pm show.

Young Guns have announced that their self-released debut album will be entitled 'All Our Kings Are Dead', and will play a one-off show at London's Relentless Garage on July 16th.

Flood of Red bassist Jim McGowan will leave the band after their Glasgow show at the Classic Grand on the 25th April.

Bullet For My Valentine's forthcoming album 'Fever' is available for pre-order on both CD and Vinyl here.

UK residents can listen to radio sessions from 30 Seconds To Mars here and Kids In Glass Houses here.

Dallas Green has announced that City and Colour will play the London Forum on the 25th June. Tickets go on sale April 9th and are available from here and here.

The lineup for the Relentless NASS Festival has been announced, and features Bowling For Soup, The Ghost of A Thousand, Hadouken and Young Guns. The full lineup can be found here.

Pendulum, Therapy? and Sick Of It All are amongst 12 bands that have been added to the Sonisphere Festival in Knebworth.

Delta Fiasco, Lights, You Say Party, We Say Die, This Town Needs Guns and I am Austin will play the Korova as part of Liverpool Sound City on the 19th May. In case you missed it on the main site, Tim and Sam's Tim and Sam Band with Tim and Same will support British Sea Power on the same day as part of the same event at the Masque Theatre.

Young Guns, Your Demise, Crime In Stereo, The Wonder Years, Sonic Boom Six, Blackhole, Azriel and Random Hand have all been added to the Slam Dunk Festival.


Blink 182
16th - Aberdeen Exhibition Centre
17th - Glasgow SECC
31st - Dublin 02

The King Blues
11th - Norwich Waterfront
12th - Manchester Academy 2
25th - Birmingham 02 Academy 2
27th - London 02 Shepherds Bush Empire

Four Year Strong
1st - Wolverhampton Slade Rooms
2nd - Liverpool Academy 2
3rd - London Islington Academy

Every Time I Die
20th - Norwich Waterfront
21st - Colchester Arts Centre
22nd - Plymouth White Rabbit
23rd - Manchester Moho Live
24th - Sheffield Corporation
25th - London Islington Academy

13th - Bridgewater British Legion
14th - Cardiff Club Ifor Bach
15th - Pontypridd Clwb Y Bont
16th - Ebbw Vale EV
17th - Newport TJ's
24th - Milton Keynes Crauford Arms
26th - Norwich Marquee
28th - Reading Venus
30th - Kingston College, London

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