Sevendust Drummer Hospitalized, Band Drops off of UK Tour

Sad news as Sevendust drummer Morgan Rose has been hospitalized. The band has announced on social media that as a result they are dropping off their upcoming UK tour with Alter Bridge that takes place starting next week. Sevendust recently finishex tracking their new album, due later in 2020 via Rise Records Continue reading

Palaye Royale Books Tour of the UK For Early 2020

Rising Rock stars Palaye Royale will return to the UK in early 2020 with a five-date headline run that includes London’s famous O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire. The band is having a huge 2019, opening for Enter Shikari, performing at Donington’s legendary Download festival, appearing this weekend at Reading & Leeds fests this weekend. All dates go on sale next week at the links below. Continue reading

Bad Wolves Singer Tommy Vext Hospitalized In The UK

Bad Wolves are currently on their first tour of Europe, opening for rockers Three Days Grace. Sadly things are not going according to plan as Frontman Tommy Vext has been hospitalized in Nottingham UK for the last two days with “a severe viral bronchial infection.” The band is waiting to hear if the have to cancel any dates. We wish Tommy a speedy recovery. Continue reading

Ulcerate Confirm UK Tour with Bell Witch

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New Zealand’s Ulcerate, purveyors of scintillating technical Death Metal, have confirmed they will be returning to the UK in October, this time to perform a full tour in support of their highly rated release, Vermis (Relapse)

Speaking exclusively to Ghost Cult, drummer and founding member Jamie Saint Merat had the following to say:
 “After being unable to logistically make the UK a part of our 2014 European tour, it’s going to be great to return to the region for a full run.  And having Bell Witch along for the ride is going to be pure and absolute audio decimation…”

Support comes from highly rated doom sludge overlords Bell Witch

Oct 08: Nambucca- London, UK
Oct 09: Green Door Store-  Brighton, UK
Oct 10: Temple of Boom-  Leeds, UK
Oct 11: Chameleon Arts Cade-  Nottingham, UK
Oct 12: Asylum 2- Birmingham, UK
Oct 13: Star and Garter- Manchester, UK
Oct 14: Bannermans-  Edinburgh, UK
Oct 15: Audio- Glasgow, UK
Oct 16: Northumberland Arms-  Newcastle, UK
Oct 17: The Anvil- Bournemouth, UK
Oct 18: The Exchange- Bristol, UK

Will Haven, Raging Speedhorn & Palm Reader UK Tour

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Sacramento noise-merchants Will Haven bring their cascading, lurching live deep aural battery to the UK in May ahead of their impending Artery Records release Open The Mind To Discomfort 

Main support comes from Corby’s greatest, Raging Speedhorn.

Opening act on the tour is Palm Reader, who will release their second opus of skull-splitting post-hardcore, Besides The Ones We Love via In At The Deep End on 6th April.

Ahead of the tour, Palm Reader have premiered a new track ‘By The Ground, We’re Defined’

Tour dates:

May 24: Sound Control – Manchester

May 25: Duchess – York

May 26: ABC 2 – Glasgow

May 27: Academy 2 – Newcastle

May 28: Rock City (Basement) – Nottingham

Oblivionized announce February UK tour

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Up and coming UK grind trio Oblivionized are hitting the boards to promote their upcoming new album Life Is A Struggle, Give Up which is due for release via fledgling label Secret Law Records in March of this year by taking the fight to the UK gig scene in February.

Bringing the chaos with them are French quartet Plebeian Grandstand, whose latest slab of atmospheric metal Lowgazers is out now on Throatruiner.

Catch the pair at the following venues near you.

7-8/02/15 – Lisbon (Portugal) – RCA Club (Burning Light Festival)

14/02/15 – Plymouth – Underground 

15/02/15 – Bristol – Exchange (Rad Not Sad Fest) 

16/02/15 – Canterbury – The Lady Luck Bar

17/02/15 – Leeds – Santiagos Bar

18/02/15 – Hull – O’Rileys

19/02/15 – Chester – The Compass

20/02/15 – Nottingham – Stuck On A Name Studios

21/02/15 – Brighton – The Green Door Store and Fitzherberts (two separate shows)

 

 

 

Steve Tovey