Category: tour dates

Kiefer Sutherland has today announced that he will be returning to the UK early in 2020 for a string of UK dates (full dates below). Sutherlands second album, the 10-song ‘Reckless & Me’, arrived earlier this year on a wave of praise and a deluxe edition of the album is available now via BMG. ‘Reckless & Me Special Edition’ includes the original album along with a bonus disc featuring Sutherland’s full concert in Berlin. Recorded on March 1, 2019 at SchwuZ in Berlin, Germany, the live disc captures an energetic and dynamically-tight set from Kiefer and his band.

‘Reckless & Me’ delivers Sutherland’s Americana and country rock-infused songwriting style and highlights his gift of soulful storytelling. On the bonus disc, ‘Live In Berlin’, Sutherland gets to dive deeper into storytelling and reveals some personal anecdotes behind the songs.  

“We’ve played so many shows over the past five years, to have one of them recorded so that fans who couldn’t make a show because we didn’t play in their particular town or city, is very special to me. I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we enjoyed playing it”.

‘Reckless & Me’ holds beautifully arranged ballads and authentic country rockers such as the album’s lead single, ‘Open Road’, ‘This Is How It’s Done’ and ‘Something You Love’ – all delivered with Sutherland’s distinctive, whiskey-soaked and gravel-laced voice. Produced by Jude Cole, ‘Reckless & Me’ marks the follow up to Sutherland’s critically acclaimed debut album, ‘Down In A Hole’ (2016).

UK Tour Dates 2019:

Monday 19th October – Hull, Asylum

Sunday 20th October – Manchester, O2 Ritz

Monday 21st October – Birmingham, O2 Institute

Tuesday 22nd October- London, O2 Shepherds Bush Empire

UK Tour Dates 2020:

Wednesday 19th February – Ipswich, Corn Exchange

Friday 21st February – Brighton, The Haunt

Saturday 22nd February – Blackburn, King George’s Hall

Sunday 23rd February – Nottingham, Rock City

Tuesday 25th February – Sheffield, Leadmill

Wednesday 26th February – Cambridge, Junction

Thursday 27th February – Liverpool, O2 Academy

Saturday 29th February – Dublin, Academy

Sunday 1st March – Leeds, Stylus

Monday 2nd March – Oxford, O2 Academy

Tickets can be bought at: https://kiefersutherland.net/tickets

Status Quo reveal 2020 UK tour dates! Tickets will be on sale from 10am Friday 20 September 2019…

Liverpool-based black metal trio, DAWN RAY’D, have announced details of their new album, titled Behold Sedition Plainsong, as well as confirming a run of UK shows in support of the release. Behold Sedition Plainsong will be released on October 25 via Prosthetic Records.

Tour dates

23 October – The Black Heart – London
24 October  – Venue TBC – Sheffield
25 October  – Stuck On A Name – Nottingham
26 October  – Rough Trade – Nottingham  *Free In Store*
27 October  – The Pipeline – Brighton
31 October – Mother’s Ruin – Bristol
01 November – Henry’s Cellar Bar – Edinburgh
2 November – Damnation Festival – Leeds

Dates with False:
7 November – Alte Meierei, Kiel, DE
8 November – Ungdomshuset, Copenhagen, DE
9 November – Mörtelwerk, Leipzig, DE
10 November – TBA, Prague, CZ
11 November – Zukunft am Ostkreuz, Berlin, DE
12 November – Music City, Antwerp, BE
13 November – De Onderbroek, Nijmegen, NL
14 November – PMK, Innsbruck, AT
15 November – Venster 99, Vienna, AT
16 November – Aurora, Budapest, HU
17 November – AKC Attack, Zagreb, CR
18 November – Sub, Graz, AT
19 November – Kochareal, Zurich, CH
20 November – TBA, Clermond Ferrand, FR
21 November – Espace B, Paris, FR
22 November – Jugend Kultur Cafe, Troisdorf, DE

British singer-songwriter Katie
Kittermaster is set to tour with Boyzlife throughout September ahead of the
release of her new EP ‘Coming Home At Dawn’ on November 1st.

When discussing the EP,
Katie had this to say:

“My debut EP ‘Coming Home
at Dawn’ is something that I have been working on over the summer. Having
recently left school and completed my A Levels, my time for recording has been
limited until now. As well as some new material, two of my very early tracks
have been fully produced and included in this body of work. The songs are all
written from my personal experiences (although I don’t only write sad songs). I
worked on this EP with two separate production teams and look forward to
collaborating further in the future. I love to write music and hope that I
continue to get opportunities to perform live and record”

She also had this to say in
relation to touring with the band:

“I am really looking
forward to the tour with Boyzlife; no doubt I will learn a lot from their
experiences on the road. I am their sole support act and will perform a 30 min
set before they step on stage. I am led to believe that the ‘boys’ are great
fun. My true passion is live performance and I hope the audience enjoy my
honest storytelling style of songwriting.”

Katie is set to appear with
the band at the following dates:

September 5th – The Venue –
Derby

September 6th – Tyne Theatre
& Opera House – Newcastle Upon Tyne

September 7th – The Welly –
Hull

September 8th – The Club
Academy – Manchester

September 12th – The Gaiety
Theatre – Isle Of Man

September 14th – The
William Aston Hall – Wrexham

September 15th – The
Foundary – Sheffield

September 17th – The
Waterfront – Norwich

September 19th – Komedia –
Bath

September 20th – O2 Academy
– Oxford

September 22nd – Lemon
Grove – Exeter

Photo credit: Laure Gilardhucci

COILGUNS have announced their third full-length album, Watchwinders, as well as accompanying tour dates through Europe in support of the release. Watchwinders will be released via Hummus Records (founded by guitarist Jona Nido) on October 25.

Of the album title, the band says: “Watchwinders are among the most paradoxal objects humans have ever created. They are designed for rich people to store their expensive watches while not using them. Their purpose is to maintain the so-called self-winding mechanism that’s inside the watches. They’re a clear demonstration of how we keep dreaming of perpetual motion though we’re perfectly aware that it cannot be achieved. We humans are now realizing the limits of the closed system we live in. Still we seek an eternal source of growth. And we as a band are still chasing a punk ideal of self-sufficiency, though we obviously depend on fuel, vinyl and clicks.”

Full tour dates:
08.11 – Paris (F) @ Espace b
09.11 – Sheffield (UK) @ Record Junkee
10.11 – Leeds (UK) @ Temple of Boom    
11.11 – London (UK) @ The Macbeth Of Hoxton    
12.11 – Glasgow (UK) @ Broadcast
13.11 – Manchester (UK) @ Satan’s Hollow
14.11 – Northampton (UK) @ TBA
15.11 – Utrecht (NL) @ TBA          
17.11 – Gdansk (PL) @ Ziemia
18.11 – Warsaw (PL) @ Poglos
19.11 – Krakow (PL) @ Warsztat
20.11 – Wroclaw (PL) @ DK Luksus
21.11 – Berlin (D) @ Zukunft am Ostkreuz
22.11 – Stuttgart (D) @ Ju-Ha West
23.11 – Fribourg (CH) @ Hummus Fest / Fri-Son
24.11 – Lyon (F) @ La Marquise
26.11 – Clermont-Ferrand (F) @ Raymond Bar
27.11 – Angers (F) @ Jokers Pub
28.11 – Oss (NL) @ Lollipop
29.11 – Fontaine l’Evêque (B) @ MCP Apache
30.11 – Liège (B) @ La Zone

LEPROUS return with their sixth and most ambitious studio album to date entitled “Pitfalls”, set for release on October 25th, 2019 worldwide via InsideOutMusic.

LEPROUS vocalist and keyboardist Einar Solberg comments on the upcoming album: “We’re incredibly proud to announce "Pitfalls”! It’s the album no-one is expecting from Leprous. When you think you know where it’s headed, you’ll realize that you’re wrong. It’s not only by far the biggest production and musical departure we’ve done, but the also most personal and honest. The album has been written through one of my toughest years, where I struggled with depression and anxiety. No filters, no metaphors, just the truth. They say that writing music is therapeutic. but I would say that it’s an understatement. For me “Pitfalls” is the result of 1,5 years of learning how to get through the dark tunnel. The music has been my torch.“

LEPROUS with The Ocean & Port Noir:

01 November Esch (Luxembourg) – Rockhal

02 November Zwolle (The Netherlands) – Hedon

03 November Leiden (The Netherlands) – Gebr. De Nobel

04 November Berlin (Germany) – Kesselhaus

05 November Köln (Germany) – Kantine

06 November Frankfurt (Germany) – Batschkapp

07 November Antwerp (Belgium) – Zappa

08 November London (UK) – ULU

09 November Manchester (UK) – Academy 2

11 November Zurich (Switzerland) – Plaza

12 November Paris (France) – Cabaret Sauvage

13 November Lyon (France) – CCO

14 November Biarritz (France) – Atabal

15 November Madrid (Spain) – Shoko

16 November Barcelona (Spain) – Apolo

18 November Parma (Italy) – Campus Music Industry

19 November Munich (Germany) – Freiheiz

20 November Vienna (Austria) – Szene

21 November Prague (Czech Republic) – Palac Akropolis

22 November Dresden (Germany) – Beatpol

23 November Wroclaw (Poland) – Pralnia

24 November Hamburg (Germany) – Uebel & Gefahrlich

25 November Copenhagen (Denmark) – Lille Vega

26 November Gothenburg (Sweden) – Pustervik

27 November Stockholm (Sweden) – Fryshuset Klubben

LA hardcore juggernauts TERROR announce a tour throughout Europe in fall of 2019 with special guests CRO MAGS JM, LIONS LAW, and JESUS PIECE

01.11.    D             Leipzig – Conne Island
02.11.    NL          Eindhoven – The Sound Of Revolution*
03.11.    UK          London – The Underworld Camden*
04.11.    UK          Leeds – Brudenell Social Club
05.11.    B             Antwerp – Kavka Zappa
06.11.    D             Hamburg – Knust
07.11.    D             Berlin – SO36
08.11.    D             Cham – L.A.
09.11.    F             Paris – Hardcore Fest
10.11.    CH          Zurich – Plaza Klub
11.11.    A             Vienna – Arena
12.11.    H             Budapest – Dürer Kert
13.11.    D             Schweinfurt – Stattbahnhof
14.11.    D             Münster – Sputnikhalle
15.11.    D             Karlsruhe – Weiße Rose
16.11.    D             Kassel – Scream Festival
17.11.    D             Cologne – Gebäude 9
*no LION’S LAW

Tickets are on sale now.

After 5 years on hiatus, WOLVES LIKE US will be releasing their 4th album titled Brittle Bones on October 25th via Pelagic Records. To support the release, the Norwegian four-piece will embark on a European tour in December with PLANES MISTAKEN FOR STARS, whose vocalist Gared O’Donnell is also making a guest appearance on the Wolves’ upcoming album.

UK tour dates w/ Planes Mistaken For Stars
1st December, Manchester – Soup Kitchen

2nd December – Bristol – The Exchange

3rd December – Birmingham – The Flapper

4th  December – Nottingham – Rescue Rooms

5th December – Glasgow – G2

6th December – London – The Lounge

One of Scotland’s most exciting metal prospects GODEATER have announced their debut full-length, the aptly-titled All Flesh Is Grass, due 27th September.

The technical death metal outfit have also streamed their new single, ‘Silent Spring’.

Dates:

16.08 Liverpool EBGBs
17.08 Milton Keynes Craufurd Arms
18.08 Stoke Underground

14.10 London New Cross Inn
15.10 Birmingham Wagon & Horses
16.10 Manchester Star & Garter
17.10 Dundee Beat Generator
18.10 Glasgow Classic Grand
19.10 Bradford Nightrain
20.10 Bournemouth The Anvil
21.10 Brighton The Pipeline

Pharmakon announces new album Devour for 30th August release via Sacred Bones – listen to new track


Artist Statement: “Devour” uses self-cannibalization as allegory for the self-destructive nature of humans; on cellular, individual, societal and species-wide scales. In our cells, our minds, our politics and our species, humans are self-destructing. But this behavior does not happen in a vacuum. It is an instinctive inward response to a world of increasing outward violence, greed, and oppression. Turning these wounds toward ourselves can be seen as an attempt at “balancing feedback”, within a never-ending positive feedback loop of cause and effect. With this view, the blame is placed not within the individual, but with the world they must contend with, and a society that is designed to fail them – to keep them gnashing and wailing, inflicted with an all-devouring hunger that inevitably turns in on the self. Those that pit them against each other grin from the sidelines, bellies full. Those who see beyond the veil need to obscure the horrid sight by any means necessary, but respite is always brief- nothing can dampen the glare from behind the veil. This album is dedicated to all who were lost to their own demise, all who have been institutionalized; whether in prison, psychiatric facilities, or drug rehabilitation. It is for all those ostracized by and isolated from a totality which chews them up alive in a self-cannibalizing caste system. Here, where martyrs, slaves, and pharmakos are not eradicated, but simply called by another name. “ABOUT THE SHALLOWNESS OF SANITY”… To be well adjusted in this system is to be oblivious and unfeeling. This is for the rest of us, who understand that chaos, madness, pain and even self-destruction are natural and inevitable responses to an unjust and disgusting world of our own making.

CULTDREAMS release new single  Not My Generation

LOATHE to tour with Stray From The Path and The Devil Wears Prada

Liverpool based experimental metal five piece, LOATHE, are pleased to announce that they will be playing as guests to Stray From The Path, alongside The Devil Wears Prada and Gideon, for an extensive tour this December. The run is set to consist of six UK show dates, followed by fifteen dates across mainland Europe.

Tickets are on sale now!

STRAY FROM THE PATH
THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA
LOATHE
GIDEON
02.12. UK Birmingham – Asylum
03.12. UK Bristol – Thekla
04.12. UK Glasgow – G2
05.12. UK Manchester – Rebellion
06.12. UK London – Islington Academy
07.12. UK Southampton – The Loft
08.12. FR Paris – La Marquinerie
09.12. FR Lyon – Ninkasi Kao
10.12. CH Zurich – Dynamo
11.12. NL Eindhoven – Dynamo
12.12. BE Antwerp – Zappa
13.12. DE Cologne – Club Volta
14.12. DE Herford – Krampus Festival
15.12. DE Karlsruhe – Knockdown Festival
16.12. DE Munich – Backstage
17.12. HU Budapest – Dürer Kert
18.12. AT Vienna – Flex
19.12. DE Nuremberg – Z-Bau
20.12. DE Leipzig – Conne Island
21.12. CZ Prague – Meet Factory
22.12. DE Hamburg – Logo