Posts Tagged ‘Boston Manor’

NEWS: Enter Shikari to headline at 2000 Trees Festival 2018!

Having only announced the first wave of bands earlier this week, including ever-favourites At The Drive-In as the first confirmed main stage headliner, the organisers behind 2000 Trees Festival have today given away the next wave of bands.

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NEWS: You Me At Six and 60+ more bands join Download Festival 2018!

2018’s edition of Download Festival was already shaping up to be a good one when we entered the year. Set to be headlined by Avenged Sevenfold, Guns N’ Roses, and Ozzy Osbourne, it was never going to be anything less than absolutely huge.

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NEWS: Lower Than Atlantis name support for April/May 2018 UK tour!

After already confirming a massive 21-date headline tour across the UK next year which will take up the better part of April and May, Lower Than Atlantis have now confirmed the support acts that will be joining them for the run, which is expected to be one of the band’s last stints in support of their latest record, ‘Safe In Sound’.

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NEWS: Boston Manor to release new music on Sunday!

Blackpool pop-punks Boston Manor have been pretty busy since the release of their debut album ‘Be Nothing’ back in 2016, with numerous tours across the UK, US and elsewhere.

Despite the busy schedule, the band have been writing new music and will be premiering their new single ‘Drowned In Gold’ on the Radio One Rock Show on Sunday December 3rd.

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NEWS: The Amity Affliction to headline Kerrang! Tour 2017!

It may have missed its usual stint at the start of the year, but the annual Kerrang! Tour is indeed coming back for 2017, this time running through December, and headlining the tour line-up will be Australian post-hardcore outfit The Amity Affliction.

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VIDEO: Boston Manor – Cu

Abandoning the typical route for a music video and instead opting for a more acid trip-like option, Blackpool’s Boston Manor have debuted their video visual accompaniment for ‘Cu’, which comes from the band’s debut full-length album, ‘Be Nothing.’.

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LIVE: Slam Dunk Festival @ Birmingham (27/05/2017)

Date: May 27th 2017
Venue: NEC, Birmingham
Website: www.slamdunkmusic.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/slamdunkltd
Twitter: www.twitter.com/slamdunkmsuic

Another May Bank Holiday weekend means another Slam Dunk Festival, and now with over ten years in the game under their belt, it’s safe to say they’ve got this pretty much locked down now, securing Enter Shikari as their main stage headliners whilst they celebrate the tenth anniversary of their debut full-length album, ‘Take To The Skies’.

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NEWS: Punk Goes Pop, Vol. 7 confirmed, out July 14th 2017!

Keeping their almost annual tradition going, Fearless Records have now confirmed details of their next instalment in the Punk Goes… covers compilation series. The forthcoming addition, ‘Punk Goes Pop, Vol. 7’ is set for release on July 14th 2017.

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NEWS: Frank Iero, Deaf Havana, and more join Slam Dunk Festival 2017!

The day that the 2017 edition of Slam Dunk Festival is upon us draws ever closer, and with that the organisers have now announced a further wave of bands that will be composing this year’s line-up, which include what will be We Are The Ocean‘s final ever shows before parting ways.

The latest names to join the May Bank Holiday festivities include Frank Iero & The Patience, Deaf Havana, Boston Manor, Madina Lake, and more.

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LIVE: Moose Blood @ Academy 2, Manchester (08/10/2016)

Date: October 8th 2016
Venue: Academy 2, Manchester
Support: Luca Brasi / Boston Manor / Turnover
Website: www.mooseblooduk.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/mooseblood
Twitter: www.twitter.com/mooseblooduk

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It’s crazy when you sit and think about what the past few years have been like for Canterbury’s Moose Blood. Only two years into their career, the band managed to released their debut album ‘I’ll Keep You In Mind, From Time To Time’, and started to get heralded as the UK’s answer to the likes of Brand New and Taking Back Sunday. Now another record in and their biggest UK tour to date completely selling out, this is only the beginning.

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