Feeder will be heading on tour to support new album Torpedo (March 18, Big Teeth Music).
Grant Nicholas said: “We are really looking forward to going out on the road again and playing the new album material. This will be the heaviest Feeder set we’ve played in a while so can’t wait. We may revisit some heavier old school Feeder classics also and touch on some Renegades and All Bright electric stuff.”
23 Bexhill, De La Warr Pavilion
24 Oxford, Academy
26 Southampton, Guildhall
27 Bristol, Academy
29 Manchester, Academy
30 Glasgow, Barrowlands
02 Newcastle, University
03 Nottingham, Rock City
05 Birmingham, Institute
06 London, Brixton Academy
Cherym will be heading out on the road in October and will be joined by ARXX and Brand New Friend.
The band said: “It is with deep sadness we announce our best pals in cheerbleederz have had to pull out of our joint headline tour in October. We love them so fffff’in much and this won’t be the last time our lil faces will be on a poster together!!”
“Thankfully, it is our absolute PLEASURE to announce that ARXX and Brand New Friend will be stepping in to ROCK all over the UK with us come OCTOBER!!!! We are absolutely stoked for this and can’t wait to have them onboard for what will be our DEBUT tour over in the mainland.”
06th Oct – Paper Dress Vintage, London *
07th Oct – The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham *
08th Oct – The Forum Basement, Tunbridge Wells *
09th Oct – Twisterella, Middelsborough
10th Oct – Green Door Store, Brighton ^
11th Oct – The Boiler Room, Guilford ^
12th Oct – The Talleyrand, Manchester ^
13th Oct – Le Pub, Newport
14th Oct – Heartbreakers, Southampton
15th Oct – Exchange, Bristol ^
16th Oct – Sneaky Petes, Edinburgh ^
17th Oct – The Hug and Pint, Glasgow ^
* w/ Brand New Friend
^ w/ Arxx
The Sisters of Mercy
The Sisters of Mercy will be performing three shows in London next month!
The shows will all be played at Camden Roundhouse and will see Jesus Jones, A.A. Williams and I Like Trains share support duties.
Friday 10th September 2021
With support from Jesus Jones
Saturday 11th September 2021
With support from A.A. Williams
Sunday 12th September 2021
With support from I Like Trains
The Raven Age
The Raven Age will head out on their ‘No Man’s Land’ tour in December.
9th – KK’s Steelmill, Wolverhampton
10th – Rebellion, Manchester
11th – Key Club, Leeds
12th – Attic, Glasgow
13th – Cluny, Newscastle
15th – Exchange, Bristol
16th – Green Door Store, Brighton
17th – Powerhaus, London
Blood Youth/Cane Hill
Blood Youth will be touring the UK next year with Cane Hill. The two bands will embark on a joint headline tour.
They will be supported by Diamond Construct.
“We’re fucking stoked to be able to bring Cane Hill over from the US, such an awesome and unique band that we’ve been following for a while now, so getting to put this tour together with them is next level.” says Chris. “
We’re also bringing Diamond Construct along for the ride too all the way from Australia, who are also a crazy awesome band we’ve had our eyes on. Feels good to bring bands over internationally to actually put together a great and one of a time line up for this tour, especially how a lot of similar bands will rarely get the chance to tour over here outside of festival circuits. So this is definitely one to remember and one not to miss.”
21.02.22 Glasgow, G2
22.02.22 Manchester, Rebellion
23.02.22 Leeds, The Key Club
24.02.22 London, The Underworld
25.02.22 Southampton, The Joiners
26.02.22 Bristol, The Exchange
27.02.22 Birmingham, Mama Roux’s
Esprit D-Air will be performing at the O2 Academy, Islington on February 20.
Knocked Loose & Terror
Knocked Loose and Terror will be going out on a joint headline UK and European tour in February.
3rd February Essigfabrik Köln Germany
4th February Garage Saarbrücken Germany
5th February Bibelot Dordrecht Netherlands
6th February Gibus Paris France
7th February Electric Ballroom London
8th February Y Plas Cardiff
9th February Corporation Sheffield
10th February Queen Margaret Union Glasgow
11th February KK Steelmill Wolverhampton
12th February Becketts Leeds
13th February Engine Rooms Southampton
14th February Muziekodroom Hasselt Belgium
15th February Gruenspan Hamburg Germany
16th February Felsenkeller Leipzig Germany
17th February Proxima Warsaw Poland
18th February Astra Berlin Germany
19th February Stattbahnhof Schweinfurt Germany
20th February Lucerna Music Bar Prague Czech Rep
21st February Hol Krakow Poland
22nd February Arena Vienna Austria
23rd February Bloom Milan (Mezzago) Italy
24th February Fri-Son Fribourg Switzerland
25th February Club Vaudeville Lindau Germany
26th February Schlachthof Wiesbaden Germany
27th February Backstage Werk Munich Germany
Arch Enemy‘s co-headline tour with Behemoth has been moved to autumn 2022. They will be supported by Carcass and Unto Others.
They will now start their tour in the UK on September 29, 2022.
September 29 UK – Glasgow, O2 Academy Glasgow
September 30 UK – Manchester, O2 Apollo
October 1 UK – Birmingham, O2 Academy Birmingham
October 2 UK – London, O2 Academy Brixton
Peaness will be main support for Maximo Park‘s sold out tour in October.
02.10.21 – Newcastle – Boilershop
03.10.21 – Birmingham – The Mill
05.10.21 – Sheffield – Leadmill
06.10.21 – London – EartH (Theatre)
07.10.21 – Bristol – Trinity
09.10.21 – London – EartH (Theatre)
10.10.21 – Manchester – o2 Ritz
11.10.21 – Glasgow – St Luke’s
Myles Kennedy will be returning to the UK in December!
Myles said: “I’ve spent the last year dreaming of the day I would have the opportunity to return to the UK. That dream is soon to be a reality. I hope you can join the band and I as we return this December to play songs from ‘The Ides Of March’ and more. We’ll be making up for lost time by making this tour a very special one. Hope to see you there!”
Architects have rescheduled their UK arena tour to May.
2nd May 20221 Leeds, First Direct Arena
3rd May 2022 Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
5th May 2022 Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
6th May London, Alexandra Palace
8th May 2022 Glasgow, The SSE Hydro
Erra will tour the UK for the first time! They will be joined by Dayseeker, Brand of Sacrifice and Hollow Front.
Guitarist Jesse Cash said: “Our first-ever EU / UK headliner! By this point, it will have been a year since we put out our self-titled record, and over two years since touring overseas. My how we have missed you Planet Earth.”
Feb 16 – London, The Dome
Feb 17 – Manchester, Rebellion
Feb 18 – Glasgow, G2
Feb 19 – Leeds, Key Club
Feb 20 – Birmingham, Mama Rouxs
Feb 21 – Bristol, The Fleece