Polyphia Announces UK Tour

Polyphia have announced a UK Tour for May 2023.

They will be bringing their new album ‘Remember That You Will Die’ with them, playing the tracks this side of the world for the very first time. 

Check out the touring dates below.

MAY 2023

09 – BRISTOL SWX
10 – GLASGOW Garage
11 – LONDON Shepherd’s Bush
12 – BIRMINGHAM Institute
13 – MANCHESTER Ritz

The bands upcoming record, ‘Remember That You Will Die’ is set to drop on October 28th 2022 via Rise Records. Pre-orders are available via the following link.

Holding Absence Announce Intimate UK Tour

Holding Absence have announced the dates of a UK tour for some smaller venues.

The band will be playing a string of shows in intimate venues up and down the country, in towns and cities that usually get passed by. 

And if that wasn’t enough, they will be supported by Void Of Vision

Vocalist Lucas Woodland had this to say about it:

“Our band’s roots were initially planted by playing in grassroots venues far and wide across the UK, and as we reach the end of our TGMOML cycle, we thought now was a better time than ever to go back to some of those venues, towns and cities!

After a long 2022 of touring the world, the “Live & In Monochrome” tour is our way of being able to play some older songs to our oldest fans (or newer fans that missed us back at the start), before making a head-start on LP3.

We can’t wait!”

Here are the touring dates:

JANUARY 2023

18 – EXETER Phoenix
19 – OXFORD Academy2
20 – LEICESTER Academy2
21 – NOTTINGHAM Rescue Rooms
22 – LINCOLN The Drill
24 – SUNDERLAND Independent
25 – EDINBURGH Mash House
26 – HULL Welly 2
27 – CARLISLE Brickyard
28 – LIVERPOOL Academy2
30 – STOKE Sugarmill
31 – BRISTOL Fleece

FEBRUARY2023

01 – PORTSMOUTH Wedgwood Rooms
02 – COLCHESTER Arts Centre
04 – RAMSGATE Music Hall
05 – MILTON KEYNESS Crauford Arms

Hot Milk Announces Largest Ever UK Headlining Shows

Hot Milk have announced that they are going to be playing their biggest-ever headline shows in the UK early next year. 

Support coming from As December Falls, Jools and Clarence.

The band had this to say about it:

“ENGLANDS SCREAMING will be our biggest headline shows to date. As the country screams under the misery of the current times we need to come together and defend individuality more than ever. With these shows it’s time to let go together and celebrate the first three Hot Milk EP’s, these shows represent a bookend to the three EPs that started this band as we move towards the long awaited debut album. Expect a fuckin show.”

Here are the dates:

February 2023

02 – London Koko
03 – MANCHESTER Ritz

Muse Announce UK Tour For 2023

Muse are gearing up to release their new album ‘Will Of The People’ with the announcement of a UK headline tour. 

And they are going to be playing some insanely massive shows!

The band will be joined by Royal Blood at all shows except Glasgow. 

Check out the dates below

MAY 2023

27 – PLYMOUTH Home Park

JUNE 2023

20 – HUDDERSFIELD John Smith’s Stadium
23 – GLASGOW Bellahouston Park
25 – MILTON KEYNES The National Bowl

Being As An Ocean Announce UK Touring Dates For ‘Dear G-D…’ Ten Year Anniversary Tour

Being As An Ocean have revealed that they are bringing their ‘Dear G-d’ ten-year anniversary celebrations to the UK and Europe later this year. 

And they will be bringing along some special guests. 

Acres & Hail The Sun will be the support on the UK touring dates.

Check out the touring dates below.

DECEMBER 2022
06 – CARDIFF Clwb Ifor Bach
07 – GLASGOW Cathouse
08 – BIRMINGHAM Mama Roux
09 – LEEDS Key Club
10 – LONDON Underwolrd
11 – MANCHESTER Club Academy

Bad Omens Announce UK Tour For 2023

Bad Omens have announced that they are going to be heading over to the UK and for some huge dates!

It follows on from the release of their latest album ‘THE DEATH OF PEACE OF MIND’, which dropped back in February via Sumerian. 

Check out the touring dates below.

FEBRUARY 2023
23 – SOUTHAMPTON Joiners
24 – BRISTOL Exchange
25 – LEEDS Key Club
27 – GLASGOW Cathouse
28 – MANCHESTER Rebellion

MARCH 2023

01 – BIRMINGHAM Asylum
02 – NOTTINGHAM Rescue Rooms
03 – LONDON Dome

Roam Announce They’re Breaking Up, Final Tour Coming In September

Okay so two things,

  1. Roam ARE BREAKING UP!
  2. They’ve announced their final headlining tour for September 2022.

The Pop-Punk quintet have announced they’re calling it a day after a decade together releasing three EP’s as well as three records.

The band have released the following statement:

“We want to keep this short because these things can easily get emotional, and we have nothing but love for the last 10 years.

We started ROAM at 18, and never imagined it would take us to the places it took us, or we’d meet the people we met. Thank you for being by our side through all our successes and multiple failures.

We’re now in a place where creatively & in life, we’re ready to move on to something new. For some of us, that might be new musical projects, for others, it’s just having the time to be home & grow outside of music.

Finals shows are booked and will be announced shortly. We wouldn’t have changed a thing. Thank you for giving us an unbelievable early 20s.

Alex, Alex, Matt, Sam & Miles

ROAM 2012 – Forever”

At least we’ve still got the tour to look forward to.

Speaking of which, here’s the final touring dates.

SEPTEMBER 2022

03 – COLOGNE Luxor
04 – EINDHOVEN Dynamo
05 – ANTWERP Kavka VZW
07 – BIRMINGHAM Mama Roux’s
08 – MANCHESTER Rebellion
10 – LONDON The Dome

Our Hollow, Our Home Announce UK Headlining Tour

UK Metalcore favourites Our Hollow, Our Home have announced a Autumn UK tour for 2022.

Fresh from supporting A Day To Remember on select dates in Europe and Scotland, Our Hollow, Our Home will play five shows on their UK headline tour for October 2022.  These shows are in addition to the rescheduled EU tour from 2021.  The dates are as follows:

October 

4th France Paris @ Le Klub

5th Switzerland Aarau @ KiFF

6th France Lyon @ Rock N Eat

7th Germany Karlsruhe @ Die Stadtmitte

8th Austria Vorchdorf @ Kitzmantelfabrik (Metalnight Outbreak Fest)

9th Austria Vienna @ Viper Room

10th Germany Munich @ Backstage

11th Germany Nuremberg @ Z-Bau

13th Czech Republic Prague @ Rock Cafe

14th Germany Essen @ Weststadthalle (Crowdsalat Festival) *

15th Germany Hamburg @ Indra

16th Germany Leipzig @ Naumanns

17th Germany Berlin @ Badehaus

18th Germany Frankfurt @ Das Bett

20th Germany Trier @ Mergener Hof

21st Belgium Antwerp @ JH Kaddish

22nd Germany Cologne @ Club Volta

23rd The Netherlands Den Bosch @ Willem Twee

25th UK Birmingham @ Space54

26th UK Bristol @ The Exchange

27th UK Manchester @ Rebellion

28th UK Nottingham @ Rock City Beta

29th UK London @ The Underworld

Vukovi Announce Headlining UK Tour

Scottish 2 piece VUKOVI have todayannounced their biggest headline tour for UK and Europe for this October. The band also recently announced details on their new album NULA, which is out the 7th October via LAB Records.

Speaking about the tour Janine said ‘Equally excited, proud and apprehensive having our biggest headline tour to date go on sale during such economically hard times but we believe in our music, our message and our fans. It is going to be an unforgettable experience’

Pre-orders for the upcoming record, ‘NULA’ can be Mae via the following link.

Check out the touring dates below.

12th – LEEDS/STYLUS
13th – MANCHESTER/ ACADEMY 3
14th – LONDON/GARAGE
16th -BRIGHTON/CHALK
17th – BRISTOL/FLEECE
19th -BIRMINGHAM / 02 INSTITUTE 2
29th -NEWCASTLE / STUDENTS UNION

30th – SWG3, GLASGOW

SeeYouSpaceCowboy Announce UK Tour

Following the release of their critically acclaimed album “The Romance Of Affliction,”SeeYouSpaceCowboy prepare to embark on their first UK/EU headline tour set for June 2022. Support now comes from Graphic Nature and Cauldron. 

The band will also appear at this year’s Outbreak Festival (UK)

Speaking on the upcoming tour, vocalist Connie Sgarbossa comments: “We had so much fun this past fall on our US tour in support of The Romance Of Affliction, and we are so excited to do our first proper headline tour over in the UK and Europe.”  

Guitarist Ethan Sgarbossa adds “We’re super excited to get back overseas for the first time in a couple of years. Static Dress and Cauldron are two of our current favourite bands and we can’t wait to share the road with them.”

Check out the touring dates below.

18.06.22 UK Birmingham, The Flapper 
19.06.22 UK Leeds, Key Club 
20.06.22 UK London, New Cross Inn 
21.06.22 UK Bristol, Exchange
22.06.22 UK Glasgow, Classic Grand 

23.06.22 UK Manchester, Outbreak Festival