Fresh from blowing everyone away at Download Marilyn Manson has announced a handful of UK dates for us all to enjoy this November in support of his latest album His latest album The Pale Emperor.
Thursday 19th November 2015 London, Eventim Apollo UK
Saturday 21st November 2015 Wolverhampton, Civic UK
Sunday 22nd November 2015 Glasgow, O2 Academy UK
Monday 23rd November 2015 Manchester, O2 Apollo UK
DeafByDawns’ favourite rockers CLUTCH have announced six more UK dates in November and December, in addition to their Irish shows revealed earlier this year.
They are set to bring their new opus ’Psychic Warfare’ their 11th album, to life. The album will be released by Weathermaker this September.
Dates line up as follows:
Fri 20th Nov – DUBLIN Olympia
Sat 21st Nov – BELFAST Limelight
Mon 23rd Nov – GLASGOW O2 Academy
Tue 24th Nov – NOTTINGHAM Rock City
Wed 25th Nov – BRISTOL O2 Academy
Thu 10th Dec – MANCHESTER Ritz
Fri 11th Dec – WOLVERHAMPTON Wulfrun Hall
Sat 12th Dec – LONDON Shepherds Bush Empire
Ticket presales for all other shows kick off from 10am Monday 15th June via O2, 10am Tuesday 16th June via Live Nation, and will be on general sale from 10am Wednesday 17th June, priced £18 regionally / £19 London (+booking fees). Support is yet to be announced.
Saturday saw three absolute killer bands together on the same bill. Alien Ant Farm, P.O.D. and Hoobastank. On paper it sounded incredible – and it more than lived up to the billing.
It almost went tits up though with Alien Ant Farm getting stuck in Cardiff and looking like they wouldn’t make the show. They ended up headlining with a short but chaotic set that left everyone with a smile. Before them P.O.D. had played a brutal set. Is there a better ‘let’s all go mental’ song than Here Comes the Boom??? You’d be hard pushed to find one I think. Hoobstank were impressive too, and Doug Robb hasn’t aged at all.
Why aren’t there more killer line-ups like this one?
Check out the pics from the night after the jump:
One of the best British bands of all-time The Wildhearts are playing one of their best albums P.H.U.Q in it’s entirety – and we might have just soiled ourselves!
Tickets go on sale this Friday here
We’re a bit excited about this.
FNM have announced dates in Glasgow and London after their Saturday night slot at Download. Pre-sale tickets are available from Wednesday with general on-sale on Friday. We will see you down the front.