In light of Ozzy Osbourne being back on the booze and gear, Black Sabbath’s new studio album titled ’13’ is still scheduled for release on June 10th and will still be missing the amazing Bill Ward who is not part of things.
The remaining trio will be visiting the UK this December with another drummer and have just added another London date in Birmingham today. Enjoy this new documentary of the band in the studio.
10 – O2 Arena – London, UK
12 – Odyssey Arena – Belfast, NI
14 – Motorpoint Arena – Sheffield, UK
16 – Hydro – Glasgow, UK
18 – Arena – Manchestser, UK
20 – LG Arena – Birmingham, UK
22 – LG Arena, Birmingham, UK
Wu-Tang Clan have just announced that they will be playing the O2 Brixton Academy on July 26th as a part of the 20th anniversary of their debut album Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), which is in November. Being advertised as “The World’s biggest hip-hop group celebrate their 20th anniversary”, this will be a show that you do not want to miss.
Edit: Manchester’s O2 Apollo has now been announced too on July 25th. Tickets are on sale from today, priced at £39.99 each from here.
The Melvins have announced that they will be visiting London in May to play two nights at Brixton Electric. The first night on Sunday 19th May will see the band perform ‘Lysol’ and ‘Houdini’ albums in their entirety followed by a night of ‘Bullhead’ and ‘Stoner Witch’ the following night on Monday 20 May.
Tickets go on-sale 9am on Friday 1st March and are available from livenation or ticketmaster.
The band are set to release a covers album on April 29th titled ‘Everybody Loves Sausages’ via Ipecac Recordings with sludge versions of Queen’s ‘Best Friend’, The Kinks’ ‘Attitude’ and Roxy Music’s ‘In Every Dream Home’.
Number one album rockers Biffy Clyro have been announced as headliners of Reading & Leeds this year with System Of A Down, Fall Out Boy, Foals, Jake Bugg and Bring Me The Horizon also joining the festival line up. Tickets are on sale now here.
One more headline act is yet to be revealed, who could it be? My Bloody Valentine maybe?
After speculation of a Fall Out Boy reunion, it has today been confirmed – a huge tour has been announced alongside a new single and album. The band posted this message on their website this afternoon:
“When we were kids the only thing that got us through most days was music. It’s why we started fall out boy in the first place. This isn’t a reunion because we never broke up. We needed to plug back in and make some music that matters to us. the future of fall out boy starts now. Save rock and roll…”
Their new album, ‘Save Rock And Roll’, will be released May 6th 2013. The ‘Dance, Dance’ band will be performing in London on February 25th at the Underworld, Camden.
Tour dates are below, and their new single is at the bottom! For more information visit www.falloutboy.com.
2/4 Chicago, IL @ Subterranean
2/5 New York, NY @ Studio at Webster Hall
2/7 Los Angeles, CA @ The Roxy 2/25 London, UK @ Underworld
2/27 Paris, FR @ Nouveau Casino
3/1 Berlin, DE @ Bi Nuu
3/25 Sydney, AUS @ Metro Theatre
3/27 Melbourne, AUS @ Palace Theatre
Check out Fall Out Boy’s new single, ‘My Songs Know What You Did in The Dark (Light Em Up)’
Essex ravers The Prodigy are set to take over London later this month as they raise hell for three nights at Brixton Academy. The legendary ‘Omen’ band, known for their phenomenal live performances, will be joined by acts such as Caspa, Nosia, Jaguar Skillz, South Central, and more.
The Prodigy kicked off their 2012 with a high as they were the final headline band to be announced for Download Festival 2012. The band debuted three songs for the first time on home soil. Early in the year it was announced that the follow up album to their 2009 studio album ‘Invaders Must Die’ will be titled ‘How To Steal A Jet Fighter’.
Band member Liam Howlett said: “All the dubstep stuff that’s around, we’re loving it, but that’s not our game. We won’t go near it. He continued to say: “We’ve always had respect for the masters who do their game, those boys who do that sound [dubstep], that’s what they do. We know what we do, and when any Prodigy record hits it’ll still feel fresh.”
There is currently no release date for the new album.
18 December – Brixton Academy, London
19 December – Brixton Academy, London
20 December – Brixton Academy, London
Expect strobe lighting, mind blowing bass and a load of new unheard material.
The final 45 tickets for Girl and Chocolate Skateboards’ brand new video ‘Pretty Sweet’ are now online at £6 each. Get them quick as they will go like hot cakes. Girl and Chocolate team riders Raven Tershy, Elijah Berle, Rick Howard, Cory Kennedy, Vincent Alvarez and Stevie Perez will be in attendance on the night.
The film starts at 5.45pm, hosted by Form Distribution and Crossfire. You will need to be in the venue well in advance to take your seat. You will also be asked politely to hand in your phones and any other recordable devices on entry. You will be able to retrieve these after the film.
Tickets can be bought from here. Look out for a comp to win a deluxe boxset, full set up and much more next week PLUS daily random swag on our Facebook and Twitter pages this week.
Form Distribution and Crossfire are proud to announce the much anticipated official London/UK premiere of ‘Pretty Sweet’, the new video by Girl and Chocolate Skateboards, scheduled to be screened in London on Monday November 19th.
Only 100 limited tickets for the 5.45pm public showing of Pretty Sweet at the Richmix Cinema, 35-47 Bethnal Green Rd, London, E1 6LA have been made available today for £6. Please note that these tickets are advance only and will go very quickly.
Girl and Chocolate team riders Raven Tershy, Elijah Berle, Rick Howard, Cory Kennedy, Vincent Alvarez and Stevie Perez will be in attendance on the night. Click here. to purchase your ticket.
Every Time I Die killed every show they played on Warped Tour this year, and the awesome hardcore rock’n’rollers are back over on our shores for a ridiculously small gig. The band will play Fighting Cocks, Kingston with only 120 tickets going on sale! As if that wasn’t exciting enough London boys Last Witness are supporting.
The show will take place just ahead of their Reading & Leeds Lock Up stage shows, on Thursday 23rd August. And there’s an added bonus, the guys at Banquet records have kindly allowing every gig goer FREE entry to New Slang, at the Hippodrome, after the show with ETID wristbands. You’ll get there in time to see DZ Deathrays, and after the bands there, room 2 will be playing hardcore / punk tracks till the early hours.