All Time Low Announce Australian Tour

All Time Low have announced an Australian tour, Neck Deep and The Maine are supporting and the world is jealous! Just when people are getting over one tour heartbreak because they live in another country, another pops up and the balance is broken. Oh well, if you live in any of the tour dates on the poster below, you’re in for a treat!


Trivium Lose Band Member, Gain Another

Trivium have announced that drummer Paul Wandtke and have recruited Alex Bent for his duties.

Alex Bent is familiar to fans of Testament and Battlecross.

They will tour with their new drummer soon, as well as bands Sikth and Shvpes.

Here’s the dates:


11 – DUBLIN Academy
12 – BELFAST Limelight
14 – BIRMINGHAM Institute
15 – MANCHESTER Academy
16 – GLASGOW Barrowlands
17 – LONDON Roundhouse
18 – NOTTINGHAM Rock City

We Are The Ocean Call Are Breaking Up

Another band which fans are split by, We Are The Ocean have announced that they’re calling it a day.

They will play three farewell shows in March.

Here’s what the band posted:

“This is by far the hardest decision we have had to make, but We Are The Ocean is coming to the end,” the band say. “This is a message to say thank you for exceeding all our expectations, and clarifying that music is one of the most powerful and incredible things in this world. It’s taken us to places we had only dreamed of and given us the opportunity to meet some incredibly inspiring and hard-working people along the way.

“Starting out as local friends whose only realistic aspiration was to play the Walthamstow Standard, things picked up… and little did we know the journey we would embark on; performing hundreds of shows, travelling thousands of miles, standing before tens of thousands of beautiful faces. Seeing people who turned up early for shows, those who were buying our music, wearing t-shirts, even getting tattoos! This is something we will all remember and hold dear for the rest of our lives. For the past ten years, we have lived a glorious fantasy. But like all fantasies, it ran the risk of being infected by reality.

“And the reality is, a life in music requires sacrifice, and more so every year. As opportunities deteriorate and competition rises, there are more and more sacrifices artists have to make in pursuit of a dream. And much as these sacrifices were ones we were more than willing to make, after time they began to distort the heart and soul of the music we were creating. As painful a decision as it was to make, we feel it is more important preserve the happiness it brought us from the beginning, than taint it with an unforgiving and unpredictable future. Our hearts still stay firmly in the music we’ve written over the years, but it’s time for another journey to begin.

“As those who have seen us live will know, we never turn down the opportunity for an encore. So in true We Are The Ocean fashion we will be playing a handful of shows over the coming months, as one last chance to celebrate the past, the present and the future. If you wanna hear songs from Cutting Our Teeth, Go Now And Live, Maybe Today, Maybe Tomorrow, Ark and the Self-Titled EP (yep, your favourite MySpace profile songs) then join us for what will be an unforgettable evening.

“It is with sadness we write this but honestly, we’re excited for the future and there’s still so much we have left to give. These shows will be for you who made it all possible, the fans. From the bottom of our hearts, we love you, thank you and stay posted for more announcements.”

Here’s the tour dates:



Dan Lambton Covers Motion City Soundtrack

Real Friend’s Dan Lambton has released a cover of Motion City Soundtrack’s Together we’ll Ring In The New Year.

He released the cover to “displace… Inauguration Day anxiety” as the new president Donald Trumb became the US President.

Here’s the cover:


He also tweeted:


Real Friends are due to tour the UK in April:



Mallory Knox Release New Song.

Mallory Knox have released a new song called ‘Better Off Without You’.

Listen to it below:

They’re also touring the UK soon with Lonely The Brave and Fatherson supporting. Those dates are:


20 – BRISTOL Academy
21 – CARDIFF Tramshed
24 – BIRMINGHAM Institute
25 – SHEFFIELD Leadmill
26 – CAMBRIDGE Corn Exchange
28 – ABERDEEN Garage
29 – EDINBURGH Liquid Rooms
31 – NEWCASTLE University SU


01 – LIVERPOOL Academy
02 – PORTSMOUTH Pyramids
04 – OXFORD Academy
05 – LONDON Koko
06 – LONDON Koko

You Me At Six Announce Tour Support

You Me At Six are a band on top of the world in the UK at the moment. Thye released their newest album, they achieved a top three peak in the Offical Charts for the album, they’ve done a week of signings up and down the country in support of it and today they’ve announced their supporting bands for their headlining February tour!

The supports are: Tonight Alive and BlackFoxxes

The tour dates are:


2 Manchester Academy
3 Newcastle Academy
5 Plymouth Pavilions
6 Blackburn King George’s Hall
7 Doncaster Dome
8 Norwich UEA
10 Birmingham Academy
11 Bournemouth Solent Hall
13 Glasgow SECC
14 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
15 London Alexandra Palace



Sum 41 To Re-Release All Killer, No Filler

Sum 41 are to re-release their debut record All Killer No Filler this month.

It’ll be re-released on vinyl from Jan 27th

Here’s the link.

They also hit the Uk for a few shows next month, here’s the dates:


24 – BIRMINGHAM Academy
25 – MANCHESTER Academy
26 – LEEDS Academy
28 – GLASGOW Barrowland

02 – LONDON Brixton Academy
03 – BRISTOL Academy
04 – NOTTINGHAM Rock City
06 – SOUTHAMPTON Guildhall



Against The Current Reveal Support

Hunger have been revealed as the supporting band for the Against The Current In The Bones Part 2.

Here’s a video of their’s:

Here’s the tour dates for the UK.


08 – BRIGHTON The Haunt
09 – NORWICH Epic Studios
10 – LIVERPOOL Academy II
12 – EDINBURGH Liquid Room
13 – SHEFFIELD Leadmill
14 – CARDIFF The Globe
17 – LONDON Bush Hall