PROMPTS Release Visualiser For ‘Locust’

Are you in need of some new music? Then you have to check out the latest singles from PROMPTS.

Recently the band have released singles ‘Locust’ and ‘Let The Rain Wash Over’ on various music services which are bonus track to the physical version of their record, ‘Fracture’.

Check out ‘the singles for ‘Locust’ and ‘Let The Rain Wash Over’ below.

In addition to this release, the band will be playing alongside Stray From The Path in May of this year.

Check out the touring dates below.

May 2023

May 12th(Fri) Akabane Reny Alpha, Tokyo
May 13th(Sat) Shibuya Cyclone, Tokyo

Tarah Who? To Tour With Wednesday 13 Next Month

Tarah Who? has announced she is to open for Wednesday 13 for their upcoming UK tour next month.

Tarah says: “We are super excited to get back on the road! Our tour with Life of Agony, Prong, and Madball was such a blast that we are really looking forward to meeting new people, and getting to know the crew, the bands, their fans, and everything! This is going to be really fun. I am looking forward to everyone’s show, especially Sick’n Beautiful and her pyro-show! It’s also exciting to have another band on the bill with a frontwoman. So yeah, we are pretty stoked! 

We changed our set list a bit, so we can fit better with the other bands, for those who have seen us on this past tour, you are going to see a few changes. We learned so much that we are excited to get back on the road and apply all those little things we discovered. It is going to be nice to go back to some venues like The Dome, Rescue Rooms or the Craufurd Arms, where we had a lot of fun, and to discover new venues and cities! Overall, we are super excited for the fish and chips. Bring it on UK!”

Check out the tour poster and touring dates below.










Aussie Alt-Punks Dust Announce Debut EP ‘et cetera etc’

Fast-rising Australian alt-punk outfit dust have announced their debut EP et cetera, etc out March 29 via Kanine Records, with the drop of their latest single ‘Ward 52’.  

Speaking to the single, vocalist Justin Teale shares, “I wrote the lyrics to Ward 52 over 6 months while washing dishes at my parent’s café. Processing a year of health complications, I tried to encapsulate different stages and experiences during my treatment and the idea of mortality and sickness. It was my first time detailing a personal experience through lyrics, I had the melody and a rough structure floating in my head whilst working and would think about encounters and situations and make lyrics in my head.” 

Check out the single, ‘Ward 52’ below.

dust are set to tour the UK this April supporting Hockey Dad. Have a look at where they’ll be playing below.

17 Apr – Craufurd Arms – Milton Keynes
18 Apr – Sunflower Lounge – Birmingham
19 Apr – Yellow Arch – Sheffield
20 Apr – Cluny 2 – Newcastle
21 Apr – King Tuts – Glasgow
22 Apr – Band On The Wall  – Manchester
24 Apr – Bodega – Nottingham
25 Apr – Voodoo Daddy’s – Norwich
26 Apr – Joiners – Southampton
27 Apr – The Fleece – Bristol
28 Apr – Lafayette – London

Rude Records Announce Three Date UK Tour Featuring Delaire The Liar, Modern Error & Oakman

Rude Records artists are going on a three date UK tour featuring Delaire The Liar, Modern Error and Oakman

This spring, Rude Records are going on tour in the UK! In what is set to be a year of firsts, the Milan-based independent label have announced Rude Records Presents: The Getaway Tour. Featuring the visceral Delaire The Liar, enthralling Modern Error and French-based rockers Oakman, the three-date tour will kick off in April.

Tickets will go on sale Friday 10th February.

On the announcement for the tour, A&R and General Manager, Federico Croci says:

“We’re really excited about Rude Records Presents: The Getaway tour taking place in the UK in April. It goes without saying, live shows are vital to artists, especially in their development, and we’re pleased to give our brilliant artists: Delaire The Liar, Modern Error and Oakman, the opportunity to play in these cities before the summer. There’s no doubt it’s going to be a great run of shows, these artists are outstanding in their live performances and we can’t wait to see them on stage”.

Check out the tour dates below.

April 2023

Wednesday 26th April – London, Boston Music Room

Thursday 27th April – Manchester, Satans Hollow

Friday 28th April – Glasgow, The Garage Attic 

Fall Out Boy Announce So Much For Dust UK Shows

Fall Out Boy have announced a new headlining tour of the UK to take place later this year.

The Grammy nominated rock favourites announced that their eighth studio album So Much (For) Stardust will be released March 24th 2023 on Fueled By Ramen/Elektra. The album marks the band’s first new album in more than five years. In July 2021, Fall Out Boy embarked on THE HELLA MEGA TOUR in the US alongside Green Day & Weezer, playing live in front of over 1 million fans on a sold-out global stadium tour and marking the first time the three bands had headed out on the road together.

PVRIS & Nothing, Nowhere will be the supports on the touring dates.

Check out the touring dates below.

October 2023

27th – First Direct Arena, Leeds

28th – OVO Hydro, Glasgow

29th – AO Arena, Manchester

31st – Utility Arena, Birmingham

November 2023

The O2, London


Fans who pre-order the new album from their webstore will get exclusive pre-sale access to UK and Europe tour tickets. This pre-sale will open Wednesday February 8th at 4pm GMT / 5pm CET and close on Tuesday February 14th at 2pm GMT / 3pm CET. General tickets will be available for purchase from 10am local time on Friday February 17th

Loveless Announce UK/EU Touring Dates

Off the back of playing their biggest headline show to date at London’s Islington Academy last week, Loveless have now announced the dates of their upcoming World Tour!

The band will be making their way across North America as well as the UK and Europe throughout 2023 making their way across British shores in September and October of this year.

Check out all the dates below.


16 – PARIS Trabendo
18 – AMSTERDAM Melkweg Oz
20 – BERLIN Privatclub
21 – HAMBURG Reeperbahn
25 – CARDIFF Globe
26 – LONDON Electric Ballroom
29 – BIRMINGHAM Institute 2
30 – MANCHESTER Academy 3


01 – GLASGOW King Tut’s
03 – DUBLIN Academy Green Room

Chuggaboom Announce FREE ENTRY UK Tour For March 2023

They say that “nothing in life is free” – well that’s where they’re wrong. Fresh from their sold-out album release show and latest album Death Pledge, Chuggaboom are tearing up the rule book as they announce The Death Pledge: Something For Nothing Free Entry Tour for March. They will be joined by their friends in Immense on this upcoming 10-date tour. 

Explaining their idea behind the tour, Chuggaboom explain: The cost of living is rising for all of us and by working in partnership with some of the UK’s most generous venues, everybody is invited to the “Something for Nothing” tour. This tour is built on the ethos of giving something back to the fans, allowing everyone the opportunity to witness “The Greatest Metalcore Band on Earth” perform some of their greatest hits FOR FREE.

The “Something for Nothing” tour is a commitment from us to the fans and the wider scene to acknowledge the importance of live music, while showcasing the joy it can bring at a time of such hardship.“

Check out the touring dates below.

March 2023 

10th Dumfries, The Venue

11th Hull, Dive HU5

12th Swindon, The Victoria

13th Plymouth, The Junction

14th Swansea, Hangar 18

15th Bristol, The Gryphon

16th Birmingham, Subside

17th Milton Keynes, MK11

18th London, The Black Heart 

19th Nottingham, Tap N Tumbler

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

10 – GLASGOW Garage
11 – LONDON Shepherd’s Bush
12 – BIRMINGHAM Institute

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.

Babymetal To Support Sabaton On UK Tour

Right off of announcing their new album ‘THE OTHER ONE’ last week, BABYMETAL have announced when they are coming back to the UK!

The band will support Sabaton on their arena tour in 2023, alongside the legendary LORDI.

Pär Sundström (Bass) had this to say:

“We are extremely happy to welcome BABYMETAL to our already much-anticipated tour in Europe 2023. The energy and power of this band will for sure make each night something special.”

And Joakim Brodén (Vocals) added this:

“If there ever was a band that would break all the rules, it’s BABYMETAL with the power and precision to deliver a full on heavy metal show! It’s not our first rodeo together, expect nothing but excellence from BABYMETAL!”.

Check out the touring dates below.

APRIL 2023

14 – LEEDS First Direct Arena
15 – LONDON OVO Arena Wembley
16 – CARDIFF Motorpoint Arena
18 – GLASGOW OVO Hydro

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:


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


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