If you like your full album shows, then you should be fully prepared for what is coming in July/August. August Burns Red are going to be playing their much loved album ‘Messengers‘ in full to commemorate the 10 year anniversary!
You can check out the album in full as well as the dates below!
28th London Camden Underworld, UK
29th Bristol The Fleece, UK
30th Manchester Sound Control, UK
01st Cologne Underground, Germany
03rd Copenhagen Pumpehuset, Denmark
04th Oslo John Dee, Norway
05th Stockholm Fryshuset, Sweden
07th Helsinki Tavastia, Finland
16th Budapest Durer Kert, Hungary
20th Stuttgart Universum, Germany
22nd Dornbirn Conrad Sohn, Austria
23rd Aschaffenburg Coas Saal, Germany
24th Amsterdam Melkweg, Holland
With their new album titled ‘Write In‘ being released on April 7th, the band have released some more details about said record. Featuring a tracklist that is 10 songs long as well as a few UK dates to sink your teeth into, this record should be a great listen to fans of indie and alternative.
You can check out their latest song/video for ‘Falling Down‘ below, as well as their tracklist/tour dates!
Write In track listing:
1 – Falling Down
2 – The Reel Starts Again [Man As Ostrich]
3 – Anytime
4 – Through Windows
5 – Uptrend / Style Raids
6 – Bigger Glass Less Full
7 – Victor Lazarro’s Heart
8 – Anna, Lisa Calls
9 – The C Is A B A G
10 – Tunnel Vision On Your Part
April 2017 UK / Ireland headline tour dates:
18 The Hope & Ruin, Brighton, UK
19 The Louisiana, Bristol, UK
20 Buyer’s Club, Liverpool, UK
21 Whelan’s, Dublin, Ireland
22 The Hug & Pint, Glasgow, UK
24 Think Tank, Newcastle, UK
25 Gullivers, Manchester, UK
26 Hare & Hounds, Birmingham, UK
28 The Dome, Tufnell Park, London, UK
If you like your strong sludge metal/stoner metal, then you will be feeling this new tour that has been dropped by Crowbar. Going all around the UK and Ireland bringing their craft, it will definitely be something for everyone to enjoy.
You can check out the dates below and listen to them below!
The supports for the upcoming Real Friends UK/EU tour do not disappoint. Doing just the UK dates are Can’t Swim who will be bringing their strong tracks from their latest EP release, as well as opening the entire tour will be Microwave who will bring you something a little bit different.
You can check out both bands below to get your fix!
With the instrumental progressive rock/metal sound, its easy to get lost into what is being played right in front of you. Now you can do just that with the upcoming Plini tour which will feature Disperse and David Maxim Micic. You can check out his playing styles below as well as what dates he will be hitting up.
Wed 15 Mar • Cardiff, UK • The Globe
Thu 16 Mar • Manchester, UK • Satans Hollow
Fri 17 Mar • Birmingham, UK • O2 Institute 3
Sat 18 Mar • Glasgow, UK • Audio
Sun 19 Mar • London, UK • Borderline
Tue 21 Mar • Haarlem, Netherlands • Patronaat
Wed 22 Mar • Hamburg, Germany • Hafenklang
Thu 23 Mar • Berlin, Germany • Musik & Frieden
Fri 24 Mar • Prague, Czech Republic • Rock Cafe
Sat 25 Mar • Bratislava, Slovakia • Randal
Mon 27 Mar • Budapest, Hungary • A38
Tue 28 Mar • Vienna, Austria • The Chelsea
Wed 29 Mar • Munich, Germany • Backstage Club
Thu 30 Mar • Cologne, Germany • Underground
Fri 31 Mar • Aarau, Switzerland • Kiff
Sat 1 Apr • Calenzona, Italy • Cycle
Sun 2 Apr • Brescia, Italy • Colony
Tue 4 Apr • Lyon, France • Warm Audio
Wed 5 Apr • Barcelona, Spain • Razzmatazz3
Thu 6 Apr • Madrid, Spain • Lemon Club
Fri 7 Apr • Toulouse, France • Connexion Café
Sat 8 Apr • Paris, France • Backstage By The Mill
Bring that thrash to a new level! Havok will be releasing a new album this year titled ‘Conformicide‘ which will be the follow up to their 2013 release of ‘Unnatural Selection‘. Hopefully full of thrash and powerful riffs, they will not only be bringing this but a UK/EU tour featuring Warbringer!
You can check out the dates below as well as what you might expect from their new album below.
01.04.2017 Edingburgh (UK) – Heavy Scotland Festival * (*Havok only!)
02.04.2017 Manchester (UK) – Rebellion
03.04.2017 Birmingham (UK) – Mama Roux’s
04.04.2017 London (UK) – Underworld
05.04.2017 Hasselt (Belgium) – Muziekodroom
06.04.2017 Tilburg (The Netherlands) – 013
07.04.2017 Hamburg (Germany) – Logo
08.04.2017 Aarhus (Denmark) – Royal Metal Festival
09.04.2017 Gothenburg (Sweden) – Sticky Fingers
11.04.2017 Helsinki (Finland) – Tavastia
13.04.2017 Stockholm (Sweden) – Fryshuset Klubben
14.04.2017 Copenhagen (Denmark) – Pumpehuset
15.04.2017 Berlin (Germany) – Cassiopeia
16.04.2017 Markneukirchen (Germany) – Framus & Warwick Concert Hall
17.04.2017 München (Germany) – Feierwerk
19.04.2017 Vienna (Austria) – Arena
20.04.2017 Ljubljana (Slovenia) – Orto Bar
21.04.2017 Brescia (Italy) – Circolo Colony
22.04.2017 Pratteln (Switzerland) – Z7
23.04.2017 Saarbrücken (Germany) – Garage
24.04.2017 Nantes (France) – Ferrailleur
26.04.2017 Madrid (Spain) – Caracol
27.04.2017 Barcelona (Spain) – Salamandra 1
28.04.2017 Puget (France) – Le Rats
29.04.2017 Paris (France) – Petit Bain
30.04.2017 Essen (Germany) – Turock
Theres a new signing to the alternative label Rise Records family by the name of The Gospel Youth! Bringing a blend of post hardcore and pop punk with a few shades of alternative rock, This band will hopefully be making waves with their new material this year and with a label like Rise backing them, it won’t be hard not to.
They will also be on tour with Seaway in a few weeks, to which you can see the dates below.
Jan 25 The Fleece Bristol, United Kingdom
Jan 26 The Key Club Leeds, United Kingdom
Jan 27 Stereo Glasgow, United Kingdom
Jan 29 O2 Academy 2 Newcastle Newcastle, United Kingdom
Feb 01 Epic Studios Norwich, United Kingdom
Feb 02 O2 Academy3 Birmingham, United Kingdom
Feb 03 The Underworld Camden London, United Kingdom
If you like your alternative rock/pop punk, then you will definitely enjoy the fact that rising stars Altered Sky will be doing a small tour this March in the UK. Support comes from Autumn Ruin and Witterquick.
You can check out the dates below as well as listen to headliners!
If you were upset that Dream Theater hadn’t dropped any UK dates with their European tour, well now you are in luck with the latest addition of dates! With 5 stops in the UK celebrating the 25th anniversary of their ‘Images And Words‘ album, it’ll surely be a show to remember.
You can check out their dates below as well as one of their singles ‘Pull Me Under‘ from the album.
U.K. dates run as follows:
Tue 18th Apr – BIRMINGHAM Symphony Hall
Wed 19th Apr – MANCHESTER O2 Apollo
Thu 20th Apr – GLASGOW Royal Concert Hall
Sat 22nd Apr – CARDIFF Motorpoint Arena
Sun 23rd Apr – LONDON Eventim Apollo
Bringing a strong melodic hardcore element back to the UK and Europe, Hundredth will be bringing their craft back in March/April with a vengeance to show off something powerful. Supports come in the name of UK act Landscapes and rising stars in post hardcore/metalcore Silent Planet. You can check out the headliner below as well as all the dates!