Pvris’ Lynn Gunn Reflects On ‘Anyone Else’ Track

Lynn Gunn of Pvris has been reflecting on her feelings toward one of her bands tracks on their album which has dropped today!

Check out her full post on her thoughts for ‘Anyone Else’.

 

 

 

 

And if you haven’t seen the video for Anyone Else, here’s the video!

 

 

Plus if you want to check out Pvris’s new record, ‘All We Know Of HEaven, All We Need Of Hell’, here’s a link to the full record:

 

And lastly, don’t forget they’re off out on tour in November in support of the album. Here are the dates:

November

22nd – Bristol Academy

23rd – Birmingham Academy

27th – Glasgow Academy

28th – Manchester Apollo

30th – London Brixton Academy

Miss May I Robbed

Not again! Another incredibly hard working band has had their gear stolen!

The band are currently on tour in Europe and are now trying to raise funds so they can continue the tour!.

Here’s a full statement from the band.

 

“As 2017 comes to a close, we are quickly approaching 10 years as a band. As a thank you to everyone for being there for us all these years we wanted to launch a very special line of merchandise items. We were waiting to launch these items closer to our anniversary, however due to recent events, we’re now finding ourselves about to celebrate 10 years with one of the worst things that has happened to our band in its career. On Sunday night while on tour in Milan Italy, 4 of us were awake, in the bus, in broad daylight when our trailer and its entire contents were stolen in less than 60 seconds. We were as careful as possible to avoid anything like this happening but in a matter of seconds practically everything we had with us was gone. We contacted the police but with incidents like this on the rise we were given very little hope of the trailer being recovered.

For the first time in our lives we found ourselves unsure of how to carry on as a band. We could have given up but we chose to continue our European tour, to play shows on borrowed gear doing everything in our power to play the best Miss May I shows for you guys. We are completing this Europe run by any means necessary but are at a loss for what to do when we return home. The loss of our personal gear as well as the expense of replacement costs on rented gear is financially devastating. We’re asking everyone that has been with us all these years to help us keep going by being part of this pledge campaign. All profits from these items will go towards our expenses from this loss. We were avoiding having to ask for help like this but with our insurance coverage not fully extending overseas our options are limited. Each purchase made will include a signed unique postcard from us as a small token of our thanks to you for contributing.”

Here’s the link for the band’s Pledge.

 

Architects Announce Huge London Gig

Architects have announced their huge new tour!

The band has announced dates across the EU as well as one huge show at Alexandra Palace on February 2nd 2018.

And they’ve announced support acts as well! While She Sleeps and Counterparts are set to join them.

Tickets go on sale August 31st.

Here are all the dates.

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Thirty Seconds To Mars Are Streaming A Show Next Week

Do you want to stream a Thirty Seconds TO MArs show but not leave the house?

Well, you’re in luck because the band are set to perform a special 360-degree show in Berlin on September 2nd and will be streamed on he MagentaMusik 360 website.

Hopefully, we’ll get the live taste of their latest single; Walk On Water, which you can view below.

Good Charlotte Announce Tour Support

Good Charlotte has announced their support bands for their upcoming UK tour!

Joining them on their six-day trek are:

Against The Current

Milk Teeth

Nothing, Nowhere

Here are the dates:

November

27th – Southampton Guildhall
28th – Nottingham Rock City
30th – Glasgow Barrowland

December

1st – Birmingham Academy
2nd – Manchester Academy
3rd – London Brixton Academy

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SAINTE To Support Against The Current In London

Everyone remember how Sainte had their first shows in Manchester & London the other week?

Well, they’re back in London for one night only!!! Supporting Against The Current!

That’s more Pop-Rock goodness for everyone in attendance!

Linkin Park Comment On Their Future As A Band

Linkin Park have now spoken publicly about their future as a group after the passing of their frontman Chester Bennington.

They released a message, revealing a public event in LA is being planned to honour their late bandmate’s memory.

Here’s the full message.