Taking The Pit stage by storm at Reading and Leeds festival this year with their secret set under the pseudonym ‘The Prettyboys’, Don Broco are ready to continue the party at Alexandra Palace where they’ll be rocking out on the 11th November. After the success of their last album ‘Automatic’ in 2015, the band are back with new singles ‘Pretty’ and ‘Technology’ – two upbeat, tongue-in-cheek anthems that will get the whole of Ally Pally off their feet. So come and join one of the hottest bands on the rock scene right now and buy your ticket for Alexandra Palace today!
Having headlined the Monster Energy stage at Slamdunk festival and The Pit stage at Reading and Leeds this year, Neck Deep have only gone from strength to strength this year with their new album ‘The Peace and the Panic’ reaching number one in the UK Rock and Independent album charts. With an APMA for ‘Best Live Band’ under their belts, it would be unthinkable to miss out on Neck Deep’s huge upcoming tour as they take their new album across the UK to put on some unmissable shows. Supporting the band are pop-punkers Woes and As It Is – who both have great, new music to share; followed up by Real Friends who are ready to join the party! To ensure you don’t miss out and have the opportunity to indulge your ears in one of the most important pop-punk albums performed live, buy a ticket now!
Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes
On the back of a mammoth festival, European and American tour, Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes have announced a huge UK tour to finish off the party in style. Scoring an accolade of high-praising reviews – including four out of five stars from NME, Frank Carter’s new album ‘Modern Ruin’ is a complex mix of profound lyrics, strong vocals and an overall distinctly impressive sound of raw emotion and a politically-charged intensity. Joining Frank on this tour are the incredibly talented Basement who make the perfect warm-up for Frank with their newly re-mastered record ‘Promise Everything’; delivering a nostalgic ’90s rock. For an incredible night of live music from one of the UK’s best upcoming bands, make sure you don’t miss your chance to see Frank Carter on his upcoming tour and buy your tickets now!
Rocking the crowd on The Avalanche stage at this year’s Download Festival and supporting Neck Deep on their first ever US tour in 2014, Knuckle Puck are taking over with a whole host of UK tour dates to round-off their gigantic, worldwide tour. Their biggest tour yet comes with the celebration of their latest singles ‘Gone’, ‘Indecisive’ and ‘Calendar Days’ which are due to commence their upcoming second album, ‘Shapeshifter’. Named as ‘…a very real contender for one of the best pop-punk albums of the year’ on Cultured Vultures, Knuckle Puck’s latest album comes with great certainty for some more top-quality pop-punk. Introducing Knuckle Puck are the math-rock trio Tiny Moving Parts whose unique blend of rock and screamo is one to watch before the main event. Also joining them are Have Mercy; who’ve not long released their latest album ‘Make The Best Of It’, and Movements; whose new EP ‘Outgrown Things’ is available to listen to now. To catch Knuckle Puck, and their supports, performing their highly anticipated second album on their December tour, buy your tickets now to avoid disappointment!
Known for their distinct sound of progressive metal and powerhouse alt-rock that doesn’t play by the rules, Mastodon are back with their latest album ‘Emperor of Sand’ and ready to tour the UK. Rated four out of five stars on NME, ‘Emperor of Sand’ is an all-encompassing album of contemporary rock and profound lyrics that impressively dares to show emotion through the platform of metal. Using the imagery of sand as a metaphor for terminal illness, Mastodon hold no boundaries with their most personal album yet; channelling trauma into one stand-out record. Joining Mastodon are Red Fang and Russian Circles, whose similarly punchy, grunge sounds are the ideal introduction to Mastodon. If you’d like to see Mastodon perform not only this touching album but all of their previous classics, then buy your tickets today!
Their highest chart-topping record yet with a number one spot on the UK’s Independent album charts, Deaf Havana’s ‘All These Countless Nights’ is their most diverse album yet with a mix of slow-burning hits to heavier anthems. After a five year hiatus from recording music, the band are back with a massive UK tour – ready to celebrate the release of this new record. Featuring some brutally honest yet sophisticated sounds of contemporary rock – as heard particularly on ‘Pretty Low’, this time around the band are unafraid to come undone whilst maintaining their characteristically punchy Deaf Havana sound. Supporting Deaf Havana, are Black Foxxes and Decade. With Black Foxxes’ ’90s influences of indie and grunge, and Decade’s youthfully pop-punk elements, both are essential viewing before Deaf Havana’s big show. Come and join Deaf Havana on their upcoming UK tour as they revel in their return to the UK’s rock scene and rejoice their latest album – buy your tickets now!
With an impressive back catalogue that spans over two decades – including a Platinum album and a number one single in the USA, Mr Big have returned with new album ‘Defying Gravity’. Hailed for its return to their early ‘90s roots where classical rock and grunge collided, ‘Defying Gravity’ embodies Mr.Big’s signature sound of bluesy riffs, nostalgic lyrics and full-blown guitar shredding for an all-round stand-out record. After three years since their eighth record, this brand-new album also comes complete with a UK tour in which Mr.Big will be scaling the country to celebrate their comeback and new album. Introducing their big come-back tour are the glam-punk, gold album award-winners Faster Pussycat and bluesy-rock band The Answer; two diverse, yet talented acts to get you on your feet in preparation for Mr.Big. Buy your tickets now to avoid missing out on this huge revival tour!
Hell is for Heroes
Praised as ‘Album of the Year’ by Rock Sound Magazine, Hell is for Heroes are celebrating the 15th anniversary of debut album ‘The Neon Handshake’ with a special anniversary UK tour in February 2018. Their first shows since their sold-out run with ‘Hundred Reasons’ in 2012, Hell is for Heroes are back to perform their most successful album, who brought you hits such as ‘You Can Move Mountains’ and ‘You Drove Me To It’ alongside their original line-up. Kicking off this nostalgic night is alt-rockers A whose top-ten single ‘Nothing’ went silver in 2002 and Vex Red, whose fusion of electronica and hard rock was also a 2002 hit.Take a trip down memory lane and celebrate the anniversary of Hell is for Heroes’ iconic album by buying your tickets now.
With only one show yet to sell-out, the legendary Marilyn Manson is taking the UK by storm this Winter. With a Kerrang Lifetime Achievement Award under his belt, Manson’s last album ‘The Pale Emperor’ saw an overwhelming accolade for it’s return to the original sound of Manson’s darker themes – as heard in his earlier work. Sometimes bluesy in it’s tone, this latest record with catchy riffs and sophisticated song writing comes as the perfect addition to Manson’s already impressive back-catalogue. To catch Marilyn Manson on his final, and only available, London date in which he will be performing his classic hits and progressive new ones, buy your tickets now to avoid disappointment!
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