Never Shout Never will issue their new album ‘Time Travel’, his first that was created with a full band which is completed by Caleb Denison (guitar/drums/percussion/vocals), Taylor MacFee (bass/vocal) and Hayden Kaiser (guitar/percussion/vocals). When speaking of the new sound on the album, Christofer explains “I wanted to make this album more of a little concept…I just wanted it to be different than anything that we’ve done; I wanted it to be a little more trippy. I’ve always thought that it would be awesome to travel through time.”
Set for a full release on December 12th, ‘Time Travel’ will initially only be available to order as an exclusive European album edition from UK Undercurrent Store in two bundles on September 26th:
Bundle 1: Combines an instant gratification digital download of the ‘Time Travel’ album, three tracks that will only be available on this release, an exclusive limited edition custom design t-shirt and a ticket for Never Shout Never’s newly confirmed tour. Fans who wear the t-shirt to the gig will also be able to collect a free, personally signed Valentine’s card from the merch desk. Also included is the ‘Time Travel’ music video and an exclusive interview in which the band discuss all of the songs that features on the album. This package costs £19.99 plus the ticket price (the package with a London ticket, for example would be £33.99).
Bundle 2: As above, but without the t-shirt. Priced at £7.99 plus the ticket price (London being £21.99).
20.01 – Academy, Birmingham
21.01- QMU, Glasgow
22.01 – Academy, Manchester
23.01 – Limelight, Belfast
24.01 – Academy, Dublin
25.01 – Metropolitan Uni, Leeds
27.01 – Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London
Tickets are on sale from 30th September from the usual outlets priced at £14 (except Belfast which is £10, and Dublin which is €13.65) + booking fees
Blink are back in the ‘hood! one of the most iconic and influential bands from the past 20 years have finally released their 6th long awaited studio album, Neighborhoods. Our newest contributor Miss Tash Pretty, took an in-depth look at the most anticipated new music to come out of Cali in a long, long time.
Punk rock fans get ready for one of the best nights of your life! February 2012 will find us with yet an another incredible Kerrang Tour thanks to sponsors Relentless. This year the headliners will come in the form of Sum-41 and New Found Glory, with support from Letlive and While She Sleeps.
05.02 – Academy, Dublin
07.02 – Guildhall, Southampton
08.02 – UEA, Norwich
10.02 – Academy, Bristol
11.02 – Great Hall @ Uni, Cardiff
12.02 – Academy, Newcastle
13.02 – ABC, Glasgow
15.02 – Academy, Manchester
16.02 – Academy, Birmingham
17.02 – Roundhouse, London
Tickets are priced at £20+ booking fees. Pre-sale tickets are available from 29th September via aloud.com with general release from 9am on 30th September from the usual outlets.
New gallery of photos of The Subways from their incredible show at Óran Mór in Glasgow here
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We’ve got a review up of the newest single Loverboy from Surrey quintet You Me At Six. The single is out on 25th September and you can preorder it from itunes now and get the b-side track Moon Child too!
Their third album ‘Sinners Never Sleep’ will be released on October 3rd and followed by a small UK tour.
Panic! at the Disco have just announced that they will be touring the UK early next year!
25.01 – Academy, Newcastle
26.01 – Academy, Leeds
27.01 – Apollo, Manchester
28.01 – Barrowlands, Glasgow
29.01 – Academy, Birmingham
31.01 – Academy, Bristol
01.02 – Guildhall, Southampton
02.02 – Brixton, London
Michigan punk heroes, The Swellers have announced the release of their much-anticipated new album. “Good For Me”, which follows the band’s 2009 label debut “Ups And Downsizing”, is set for release in the UK on 21 November. In support of this they have announced a new UK tour:
29.11 – Rock City Basement, Nottingham
30.11 – Cockpit, Leeds
01.12 – King Tuts, Glasgow
02.12 – Academy2, Newcastle
03.12 – Corporation, Sheffield
04.12 – Academy3, Manchester
05.12 – Academy3, Birmingham
06.12 – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
07.12 – Borderline, London
17.12 – Peel, Kingston
As they take the UK storm alongside Young Guns, we sat down with Every Avenue frontman Dave Strauchman to talk tour and doing drugs in church…Read More…
For a relatively unknown band (at least here on these fair isles), Aussie mob Dangerous! have an above-respectable crowd at the Manchester Academy this evening. Not that it would matter to them, of course, because this band seem to have the air that they would play to arenas in the same chaotic and frantic manner that they would in a sweaty dive bar. Read more…