Guns 'N' Roses are set to kick off the European leg of their 'Not In This Lifetime' tour on Saturday (27th May 2017), with a historic return to Slane in Co. Meath 25 years after first appearing there. In the run up to the event, Garda have issued an update to keep concert goers safe while seeing the most dangerous band in the world.
Kiss have cancelled their show at Manchester's Arena, following the tragic events that unfolded at the venue last week. The US band had been due to perform at the arena on Tuesday 30th May 2017. All other European shows remain unaffected.
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Amplified, the UK's hottest new outdoor festival has added Phil Campbell And The Bastard Sons to its 2017 line up. Taking place in Quarrydowns, Gloucestershire form 21 - 23 July, Amplified is set to feature Puddle Of Mudd, Diamond Head, The Amorettes and a host of other acts.
Swedish classic rock heroes Europe are set to release a new live set. Celebrating the 30th anniversary of their 'The Final Countdown' album, the disc was recorded at The Roundhouse in London in November 2016.
Stone Sour have announced a run of dates across the UK for November and December 2017. The tour comes as the band prepare the release of long awaited sixth studio album, 'Hydrograd', which is due on 30th June via Roadrunner Records.
Fresh from entering the UK Rock Charts at No 1 and UK Album Chart at No 22 with new album 'Inglorious II', UK classic rockers Inglorious have announced a UK and Ireland tour. Hitting home shores throughout September and October 2017, the dates come on top of already announced continent shows.
Former shock rockers W.A.S.P. have released a trailer for the forthcoming 25th anniversary edition of their seminal 'The Crimson Idol' album. Originally released back in 1992, the disc marked a distinct departure for the band, with only main man Blackie Lawless surviving from its previous guise.
The Cranberries made a triumphant return to Belfast on Wednesday night (17th May), for their first gig in the city in fourteen years. Playing to a sold out Waterfront Hall, the Limerick band led by singer Dolores O'Riordan said that they were glad to be "back on home turf".
Bloodstock Open Air have added a further ten bands to the 2017 line-up. The latest additions join headliners Amon Amarth, Megadeth and Ghost at the the three day event which is taking place at Catton Park, Derbyshire from 10 - 13 August.
Euro thrash metal pioneers Kreator are set to have their first four albums reissued by BMG recordings. Concentrating on the formative years of the influential Germans' career, new editions of 'Endless Pain', 'Pleasure To Kill', 'Terrible Certainty' and 'Extreme Aggression' will be released on 9th June 2017.