The Interrupters Announce UK Tour

Fresh off their appearance at Slam Dunk Festival 2019, Ska Punks The Interrupters are set for a UK tour at the beginning of 2020.

Check out the dates.

January 2020

27th – Cardiff Tramshed

28th – Birmingham O2 Institute

29th – Liverpool O2 Academy

31st – Glasgow SWG3

February 2020

1st – Leeds O2 Academy

2nd – Manchester O2 Ritz

4th – Bristol O2 Academy

5th- Nottingham Rock City

7th – London O2 Forum Kentish Town


Bring Me The Horizon Record New Spotify Session, Including New Cover

Bring Me The Horizon have spent some of their time in New York over at Spotify Studios earlier this year and have a brand new live recorded session to share with everyone!

The two-track live EP is an Acoustic version of ‘Mother Tongue’ and a cover of ‘Drone Bomb Me’ by Anohni.

Check out the tracks below.

With Confidence & Roam Announce Co-Headline Tour

It’s Pop-Punk heaven in September!

Roam and With Confidence have announced they’re hitting the road together for a massive co-headline tour which will see the bands embark on an eight-day tour of the UK.

And the best news, the openers are still to be announced!

So, there’s more to be seen of what this tour will be!

Here are the dates.

September 2019

20th – Southampton 1865

21st – London O2 Islington Academy

22nd – Bristol Thekla

23rd – Birmingham Institute 2

25th – Glasgow Classic Grand

26th – Manchester Academy 3

27th – Nottingham Rescue Rooms

28th – Leeds Key Club



Bury Tomorrow To Play ‘Black Flame’ In Full On Upcoming Tour

This is going to be huge!

After a year since Bury Tomorrow released their game-changing record ‘Black Flame’, they’ve announced they’re going to be honouring the record by playing it in full on their upcoming UK tour.

Dani Winter-Bates (Vocals) has said:

“We are absolutely stoked to announce that we will be playing Black Flame in full on our tour at the end of the year. As this is the end of the Black Flame cycle we wanted to give fans a special chance to see and hear the album as it was written and intended. We hope everyone is excited as we are! Long live Black Flame.”

Here are the tour dates.

December 2019

13th – Portsmouth Pyramids Centre

14th – Nottingham Rock City

15th – Cardiff Y Plas

17th – Newcastle Riverside

18th – Glasgow SGW3

20th – Manchester Academy

21st – London Roundhouse

Silverstein Sign With UNFD, Release Single With Caleb Shomo (Beartooth)

New signings and this is a big one!

Silverstein have announced that they have signed to the Australian Label, UNFD. But wait! There’s more….

They’ve also released a brand new single which features Beartooth frontman Caleb Shomo.

But this isn’t the first time both bands have worked together as previously the two bands formed to create Silvertooth!

Shane Todd (Vocals) has said:

“[‘Burn It Down’] picks up right where Dead Reflection left off… It has the catchiness and riffiness of that album, but production-wise and vocally we took another progressive step in a direction we feel great about. It hits hard and tells a story but gets you straight to the point. It’s not messing around – direct and in your face.

“Once the bridge section music was completed, we could imagine Caleb’s voice working so perfectly over it – so we sent it to him and said ‘do your thing’. He sent it back and I just about fell over when I heard it.”

Check out ‘Burn It Down’ below.

Thursday Announce UK reunion Shows

Thursday fans rejoice!

Since the band announced their reunion way back in 2016, UK fans have been eagerly awaiting the announcement they’d be coming back over to play a few shows and this is one or two dates fans will not want to miss.

The band have confirmed they’ll be playing 2001’s ‘Full Collapse’ in full and 2003’s ‘War All The Time’ on separate nights.

Check out all the show details below.


December 2019

1st – London Electric Ballroom (performing ‘Full Collapse’)
2nd – London Electric Ballroom (performing ‘War All The Time’)

Korn Announce New Record, ‘The Nothing’, Release New Track

Korn are alive and kicking with a brand new record. This is the follow up to 2016’s ‘The Serenity Of Suffering’ and their 13th Studio Record is titled as ‘The Nothing’ and will be released on Roadrunner Records on September 13th.

Check out the details below.


1. The End Begins
2. Cold
3. You’ll Never Find Me
4. The Darkness Is Revealing
5. Idiosyncrasy
6. The Seduction Of Indulgence
7. Finally Free
8. Can You Hear Me
9. The Ringmaster
10. Gravity Of Discomfort
11. H@rd3r
12. This Loss
13. Surrender To Failure

Check out the first track from the record, ‘You’ll Never Find Me’ (Track 3) below.


Pre-orders are available via the following link.

Sick Joy Release New Track, ‘Shoot Your Lover’

Sick Joy are back in business!

The band have released their first new track since their signing with SO Recordings and follows on from their recent single, ‘Heaven’ and their debut EP, ‘Amateurs’

Mykl (Vocals) has said on the track.

“Sometimes the things you think you love aren’t very good for you at all, they can be the things that are killing you.”

Check out ‘Shoot Your Lover’ below.

Grayscale Are Teasing…. Something

Things are moving in the Grayscale camp.

Recently, the band wiped all of their social media accounts as well as blacking out their profile pictures.

After this, they posted a 56-second teaser video which is just full of lovely establishing shots.

Could a new music video be on the horizon? We already know the band are gearing up for a new record cycle after the band released the single, ‘Painkiller Weather’ last month which you can watch below. But hopefully, we’ll get an answer pretty soon to just what is going on with this video.

Woes Release Title Track From Upcoming Record

Ahead of their upcoming release, ‘Awful Truth’ which will be released this coming Friday, the Scottish Pop-Punkers Woes have released the title track from the record!

Frontman DJ has said:

“It tells the story of leaving a relationship that has been good in the past, but isn’t any more… The cathartic feeling of knowing that you’ve moved on, and you don’t want to go back. You’re over it, it’s in the past, you’re done. We’ve always been really interested, lyrically, in those kind of ‘two sides of the same coin’ kind of stories.”

Check it out below. Warning though, it’s a banger.