Posts Tagged ‘Dear Superstar’

NEWS: Micky Satiar (Dear Superstar) features on ITV1’s ‘Take Me Out’ tonight!

In an attempt to meet some new faces after the band’s relentless touring schedule this year, Dear Superstar frontman and hell raiser Micky Satair is set to appear on tonight’s (December 1st 2012) ‘Take Me Out’ programme on ITV1, hosted by Paddy McGuiness.

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VIDEO: Dear Superstar – Change Yesterday

Rising rockers Dear Superstar have just revealed a music video for their new single, ‘Change Yesterday’. You can watch the video in full below:

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ALBUM: Dear Superstar – Damned Religion

Release Date: February 6th, 2012
Label: Blast Records


Are you bored of bands making music about politics and the current tragic state of society? If your answer is yes you might want to check out Dear Superstar, a band who sound like they should have been born into the late eighties rock metal scene; they conjure up images of boozing, womanising and getting the fuck down. Taking the best parts of both the rock and metal genres by combining devastating riffs with brain melting solos and full on cock rock vocals, Dear Superstar are dragging leather clad hair metal by the scruff of the neck into 2012, and with interesting results.

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NEWS: Dear Superstar release new album ‘Damned Religion’ February 6th!

Manchester’s Dear Superstar are set to release their new full-length album ‘Damned Religion’ on February 6th 2012. The album artwork and tracklisting are still yet to be announced.

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NEWS: Heaven’s Basement announce Christmas shows and free song!

Heaven’s Basement have a small set of end of the year shows around Christmas, making their final stops of 2011 at Sheffield, Manchester and London. All dates and supporting bands for each show can be found below:

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NEWS: Dear Superstar to join Soil/Puddle Of Mudd UK tour!

Dear Superstar have been announced as the opening support act throughout the Soil and Puddle Of Mudd joint headline UK tour later this year. You can catch them at the following tour dates:

OCTOBER 14 – LONDON, Electric Ballroom
OCTOBER 16 – WREXHAM, Central Station
OCTOBER 18 – GLASGOW, The Garage
OCTOBER 21 – YORK, Fibbers
OCTOBER 22 – PETERBOROUGH, Club Revolution
OCTOBER 25 – SHEFFIELD, Corporation
OCTOBER 26 – CARDIFF, The Coal Exchange
OCTOBER 27 – NORWICH, Waterfront

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NEWS: Download Festival 2011 stage times announced!

With the festival only a few mere days away, Download have revealed the official stage times for this year’s event. Check them out below and see if you’ve got any major clashes to deal with:

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NEWS: Download Festival add more bands to 2011 line-up!

Download have added another huge bunch of bands to their 2011 line-up. Here are all the new additions to this year’s bill: Anti-Flag, Baptized In Blood, Belligerence, Bio Hazard, Blitz Kids, Boss Hoss, Children Of Bodom, Chthonic, CKY, Dan Reed, Deaf Havana, Dear Superstar, Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows, Dio Disciples, Envy Of The State, Heights, Houston, Illuminatus, Karma To Burn, Kellermensch, Letlive., Lower Than Atlantis, Malefice, My Darkest Days, Oaf, October File, Rock Sugar, Royal Republic, Sevendust, Silverstein, Skeletal Damage, Skindred, Starseed, Sweet Savage, T-34, The Dangerous Summer, The Dead Lay Waiting, The Morning After, The Rods, TRC, Wayne Static, Yashin, Young Guns.

For more information or to buy tickets, please head to the festival’s official website by clicking here.

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LIVE: Papa Roach @ Academy 1, Manchester (16/04/2009)

Date: April 16th, 2009
Venue: Academy 1, Manchester
Support: Dear Superstar, Filter


Ever since their huge change of sound and style from their third album ‘Getting Away With Murder’ and onwards, Papa Roach have been one band that have lost a lot of respect and admiration – mainly from their fans of the debut ‘Infest’. Still, with five studio albums under their belts and still signed to a major lable, they soldier on with a tour promoting their latest effort, ‘Metamorphosis’. But, does this mean that as their music has arguably suffered, does that mean their live performance has too?

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