My Chemical Romance Postpones All Touring Dates To 2022

Unsurprising news news time as My Chemical Romance have announced their reunion tour has been put back a year to 2022.

The New Jersey emo heroes’ long-awaited return to the road has officially been pushed back to 2022, with a statement reading: ​

“My Chemical Romance is postponing our 2021 touring plans until 2022. We are deeply sad, but those emotions are only a fraction of the depth of feeling we have all experienced watching the suffering and loss of the past year. We just want to be as sure as we can be that everyone is safe. 

“Refunds will be offered to anyone who wants them. We are sorry if this is disappointing, and we really can’t wait to see you in 2022. All tickets will be honored for the new dates. If you are unable to attend, refunds are available at your point of purchase. Refunds are available for a limited time, details on refund windows and rescheduled tour dates can be found here.

“For festivals or events where the new 2022 date has yet to be announced, event organizers will be in touch directly. If you have any questions, please reach out to your point of purchase.”

Here are the UK dates.

May 2022

17th – St. Austell, UK @ Eden Sessions
19th – Milton Keynes, UK @ Stadium MK
21th – Milton Keynes, UK @ Stadium MK 
22th – Milton Keynes, UK @ Stadium MK
24th – Dublin, IE @ Royal Hospital Kilmainham

Evanescence & Within Temptation Postpone UK Tour To 2022

Originally due to take place in 2020, Evanescence and Within Temptation​’s Worlds Collide tour has once again been postponed.

Pushed back to 2022, the two bands co-headlining run of the EU and the UK will now be touring March and April 2022, with Evanescence stating, 

​“Well guys, we have to push this back one more time. We hate to make you wait longer but we are absolutely determined to make this tour we’ve all been looking forward to happening, so check out the new dates. We will be counting the days till we finally get to celebrate all this new music together. 

“In the meantime, stay safe, stay sane, and keep your headbanging to The Bitter Truth! You will have no excuse not to know every word by next spring! We love you!”

Within Temptation add: ​“This is definitely not what we’ve wished for, but reality tells us otherwise: we have to postpone the Worlds Collide tour. Although we can’t make the current situation better than it is, we hope to put a big smile on your faces again soon, because… We haven’t been sitting still and we have a lot of cool stuff coming up for you! Until then, stay safe. And you know what? Third time’s a charm, so see you in March or April 2022!”

Here are the dates.

April 2022

1st –  Germany, Hamburg, Barclaycard Arena
4th – First Direct Arena, Leeds
5th – The O2, London
7th – The SSE Hydro Arena, Glasgow
8th – Birmingham Arena, Birmingham

Ghost Road Festival Announces Lineup

Live music is coming back! We’ve got everything crossed but we have one festival you are going to want to be at this year!

Commencing in November (6th-7th 2021) Ghost Road Fest is a multi city two fay festival with a mission to offer opportunity for the UK’s most exciting up and coming bands, provide mentoring programmes and paid work experience for young people who are interested in a career within the music industry.

The festivals ethos strongly supports inclusivity, creativity, gender equality and opportunities for the young.

The festival will have proportional representation with a hope to stimulate the underground music scene post Covid-19. The two shows will help smaller bands gain a further reach with their music, with a chance to play to a larger and difference audience outside of their hometown, along with national and regional DJ’s performing at the events opening doors for networking for artists, interns and audience members alike.

Ghost Road Fest supports not only up and coming artists but the creatives within the industry to. By offering a mentoring programme and paid work experience, it opens opportunity to young people (aged 18-25) to work within a live music environment at a festival’s inagural year.

This sounds absolutely amazing not just for the music scene but for the creatives as well. It’s all about providing a safe space for music to return to and the inclusivity is definitely fantastic to see!

The plan for the festival is for it to grow every year with the first year offering a mentoring programme and further development for a number of young people who are wanting pursue a career within the music industry and

Here’s the lineup for Ghost Road Fest

6th November 2021 – Kolis, London

The Virginmarys

Riskee And The Ridicule

The Pearl Hearts


Salvation Jayne


Sadness & Complete Disappointment

Charlie Ashcroft

Kelly Chard

7th November 2021 – Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds

Bang Bang Romeo


Salvation Jayne



Sadness & Complete Disappointment

Shell Zenner

Christian Carlisle

Tickets are available via the following link.

And via the following link you’ll find a Spotify playlist of the bands currently announced.

Check out the festivals



Boston Manor Announce Rescheduled Dates For Their Welcome Back To The Neighbourhood Tour

Boston Manor have announced their rescheduled dates for their Welcome Back To The Neighbourhood Tour.

The band – who’ve not long released their new album ‘Glue’ – will hit the road from 20th November for nights in Newcastle, Manchester, Glasgow, Leeds, Southampton, Birmingham, London – at Electric Brixton – and Bristol.

“The Welcome Back To The Neighbourhood tour will be taking place across the U.K. this November! Big rooms, even bigger tunes!” the band explain. “All original tickets remain valid! Supports to be announced at a later date.”

Here are the dates.

November 2021

20th – St Doms, Newcastle

21st – Academy 2, Manchester

22nd – The Garage, Glasgow

23rd – Stylus, Leeds

25th – Engine Rooms, Southampton

27th – O2 Institute 2, Birmingham

28th -Electric Brixton, London

29th – SWX, Bristol

Slaves (US) Announce UK Tour For October 2021

US quintet Slaves have announced a UK tour ahead in addition to their EU headlining run this October in promotion of their latest full length record, ‘To Better Days’.

Acres and Siamese will act as their support on the run of shows.

Check out the touring dates for the UK below.

October 2021

26th – Mama Roux’s, Birmingham

27th – The Underworld, London

28th – Cathouse, Glasgow

29th – Rebellion, Manchester

30th – The Key Club, Leeds

31st – The Exchange, Birstol

1st November 2021 – The Joiners, Southampton

Tickets are on sale now and are available to be purchased via

Karnivool Confirm UK Dates For September / October 2021

Aussie Rockers Karnivool have announced UK dates as part of their headlining run across Europe.

This is expected to be in supportof their yet to be announced fourth record, which is the follow up to their 2013 effort, ‘Asymmetry’. More details will be confirmed as they develop.

Check out the tour dates below.



25th – Institute, Birmingham

26th – Stylus, Leeds

27th – Garage, Glasgow

29th – Academy 2, Manchester

30th – Forum, London


1st – Swx, Bristol

Tickets are available to purchase now from the bands website.

Venom Prison Announce UK Tour For January 2021

Death Metal favourites in the UK have announced the details of a UK Tour for January 2021.

Support will come in the form of Creeping Death and Leeched on the run of shows which will remain subject to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

On the tour, the band have said:

“As the COVID-19 situation took hold throughout the world this year, it has given us some time away to produce, write, and take part in new outlets such as live streaming. Whilst we have enjoyed these new experiences, our hearts will always be with performing live. It is what we do and nothing can ever change that. We are pleased to announce the following tour as a restart to our touring life with Creeping Death and Leeched. Whilst every endeavour will be made to conduct the tour safely, it will only be taking place if circumstances allow for a safe scenario for everyone.

I hope you’re like us and would like something positive to look forward to so we will hopefully see you out on the road in a new world. The grind must not stop.”

Here are the dates.

January 2021

22nd – Castle & Falcon, Birmingham

23rd – Key Club, Leeds

24th – G2, Glasgow

25th – Rebellion, Manchester

26th – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

27th – The Fleece, Bristol

29th – The Underworld, London

Bury Tomorrow & August Burns Red Detail UK Tour For November 2021

Two Metalcore heavyweights, Bury TOmorrow and August Burns Red have announced the details of an upcoming UK tour for November 2021.

Miss May I and Thornhill will be the support bands on the tour.

Here are the tour dates.

November 2021

12th – Chalk, Birghton

13th – O2 Guildhall, Southampton

14th – Northumbria University, Newcastle

15th – SWG3, Glasgow

17th – Beckett SU, Leeds

19th – O2 Ritz, Manchester

20th – Institute, Birmingham

21st – O2 Academy, Bristol

22nd – UEA, Norwich

24th – Electric Ballroom, London

25th – Electric, London

Tickets are on sale from Friday 18th September 2020 at 9AM BST.

Wage War Cancel UK/EU Tour

Another tour bites the dust.

Tours and festivals are continuing to be cancelled left, right and centre due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and Wage War are the latest band to be doing so.

The band confirmed the cancellation of the tour on their social media channels, issuing a statement and their intent to reschedule the postponed dates.

“As you may have seen, our scheduled European festivals are getting cancelled due to COVID-19. Because of this and the uncertainty with when this pandemic will subside and when touring will be safe again, we will be postponing the dates and are doing our best to reschedule them. If you have already purchased a ticket, please hold on to them if you can, as they will still be valid for the rescheduled dates. We hate that we have to do this and hope to have news and be back playing shows with you as soon as possible. Stay safe.”

As mentioned, ticket holders are encouraged to keep their tickets which will be honoured at the TBC rescheduled dates.

More details will be confirmed as they’re announced.

Creeper Reschedule Release Date Of Upcoming Record, ‘Sex Death And The Infinite Void’

Creeper’s upcoming release in the form of their new record, ‘Sex, Death And The Infinite Void’ was set to be released later this month on May 22nd 2020 via Roadrunner records.

Due to unfortunate circumstances, the record has been rescheduled back to July 31st 2020.

You can read the full message below:

“Good afternoon everybody. Today we must announce the rescheduling of our new record ‘Sex, Death And The Infinite Void’ to July 31st.

We are aware that this may come as a disappointment to some of you, but please believe we have done this for good reason in these unprecedented times.

So many of the exciting events we had planned around this record have had to be re-imagined and re-thought out, we are adjusting to this new environment much like everyone else.

The positives in doing so are vast, you will be receiving more music videos, more online interactivity and storytelling, and you will receive an exclusive new song if you have pre-ordered the album from our official store or if you pre-order from our official store by Monday May 11. This song will be emailed to you directly and will not be available anywhere else.

The song is called ‘Damned And Doomed’, it is a B-side from the new record which would not have originally been released prior to the album.

We are very proud of this song and are very excited to share it with our biggest fans.”

The band are set to hit the road in the UK on a rescheduled tour with Holding Absence and Wargasm.

Here are the dates.

August 2020

19th – Birmingham O2 Institute

20th – Brighton Concorde 2

21ast – London Brixton Electric

22nd – Manchester Academy 2

24th – Glasgow St. Lukes

25th – Leeds The Wardrobe