The Darkness have announced they are set to play their forthcoming jaw-dropping quasi-sci-fi concept album Easter Is Cancelled in full, alongside a set of their very greatest hits, on their upcoming headline tour.
With less than a month until the release of their sixth studio album Welcome Home, due September 27th via Eleven Seven Music, HELLYEAH have unleashed ‘Black Flag Army,’ the fifth and final offering ahead of the album release.
British glam rock maestros The Struts will start their UK headline tour a month from today, kicking off their run of swaggering exuberance with a show at Manchester’s Academy on the 11th October, before a string of seven further dates including London’s O2 Forum Kentish Town.
A genuine rock star since birth, Michael Monroe innately knows exactly how to sing, swagger and walk the most glamorous and colourful of walks. One Man Gang, the former Hanoi Rocks man’s brand new offering on Silver Lining Music, is all about the fun of Friday nights, seven days a week, letting your hair down (or up!) for a dirty, dangerous, damn good time, and embracing a total escape into the rock ‘n’ roll dream.
‘Propaganda’ is Vile Assembly at their most vitriolic, attacking a political system that protects the elite whilst providing an illusion of democratic choice. A system that relies upon a comatose population enthralled by the latest iPhone and mesmerised by the latest episode of Love Island.
Brit-rock darlings, Skunk Anansie finished the Bank holiday with a bang with an absolute belter of a show at the Brighton Dome. Late support was provided by the rather excellent, Nova Twins a last-minute replacement to the advertised Queen Zee.
Sheffield punk rock band BlackWaters announce new single Long Way To The Sun to be released on Friday 23 August following the success of their last single I'm Not Your Man that came out earlier this year. The track is produced by Olly Burden and Carl Barat (The Libertines) and released by Ja’rred Up Records . Long Way To The Sun positions BlackWaters in chart anthem territory with a promise of salivating releases ahead.
Tonight's 'Rotten Foxes' show will be their final show at the Brighton Pipeline, a wonderful but tiny little venue hidden at the end of Little East Street. Only the early birds have any chance of catching the show as space is limited to around 50 heads at a push and a squeeze.