Expanding up to 5 stages for its second year, Takedown Festival once again engulfs Southampton University Student Union with a who’s who of British alternative rock music, along with a few staple performers from overseas. Over 40 of the country’s best established and up-and-coming bands are looking to make it even bigger and better than last year, climaxing with The Blackout headlining the main stage this year.
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Welsh rockers The Blackout have just unveiled a new music video to accompany their brand new single, ‘Radio’. You can stream and watch it in full through the player below:
There’s nothing like a good festival and, coming into its debut year, Liverpool’s Radstock sits right on Easter bank holiday weekend, making it pretty much the first festival of the year. With a line-up consisting of simply great British acts (bar one or two exceptions), when we were invited to go we just couldn’t refuse. Here’s some photos of a bunch of bands who played throughout the day, including The Blackout, Don Broco, Yashin, Bleed From Within and more:
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With its debut year about to take play, Liverpool’s Radstock Festival is pretty much the first music festival of the year. What makes it a special one however is that almost every single band (with one or two exceptions) featured on the line-up is British, a rarity nowadays. Spread across three stages, we had to catch what could well be the beginning of a long lasting festival to come.
Tags: Bleed From Within, Blitz Kids, Bury Tomorrow, Carcer City, Decade, Demoraliser, Don Broco, Drive By Night, For Eyes, Gnarwolves, Light You Up, Marmozets, Martyr Defiled, Natives, POLAR., Radstock, Rat Attack, Sonic Boom Six, Straight Lines, Tantrum To Blind, The Blackout, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, We Are The Ocean, With One Last Breath, Yashin
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Punk rock trio Green Day have now been confirmed as the third headline act at this year’s Reading/Leeds Festival weekend, joining already announced headliners Eminem and Biffy Clyro. Along with this, a further wave of acts have also been confirmed, all of which are listed below:
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Liverpool’s newest festival, Radstock, which kicks off next month have now confirmed aftershow DJs, stage splits and sponsors for this year’s event. You can view the stage splits in the updated festival poster below, along with information regarding the aftershow:
Now on album number four, ‘Start The Party’, which hit stores less than a week ago, Welsh rockers The Blackout are a band that have constantly kept themselves in the spotlight of their fans and are now, apparently, ready to start the party. We’ll see if they can keep it coming up to the last date of their headline UK tour in Manchester.
Welsh post-hardcore outfit, The Blackout, have come a long way since their first EP back in 2006. Their latest full-length effort, ‘Start The Party’, shows a refined change in sound. Leaving their disordered sound behind for a fine-tuned, polished album, The Blackout have succeeded in creating a record that plays upon the ever so popular party theme which resonates in ways through every ‘popular’ song circulating at present.
Welsh sextet The Blackout have been forced to reschedule the Bridgend date (January 18th 2013) of their headline UK tour this month due to the current weather conditions. All dates of the tour following this rescheduled date are outlined below:
Amid the recent news of music retail chain store HMV entering administration, Welsh rockers The Blackout have been forced to rearrange the original details of their planned fan signing sessions during their headline UK tour this month.
With the release of The Blackout‘s forthcoming new record ‘Start The Party’ coming in a few short weeks (January 21st 2013), a deluxe edition featuring a bonus DVD has been confirmed. You can watch a trailer of the DVD via the embed below:
Welsh rockers The Blackout have just confirmed they will be doing a small set of HMV instore signings during their upcoming headline tour fo the UK this month. All details regarding the instore signings are detailed below: