Laurence Archer's resurrected Grand Slam have signed to the Marshall Records imprint. Grand Slam, who disbanded following the death of leader Phil Lynott in 1986, will follow the signing with an album release in October 2019.
Sacred Reich have dropped a brand new track, 'Manifest Reality', along with an accompanying music video. The track, which can be viewed below, is the second single to land from Sacred Reich's first new album in 23 years 'Awakening.'
Electric Picnic has added Johnny Marr, Richard Ashcroft, Richie Hawtin, and a host of others to its' 2019 line-up. The latest additions join The Strokes, Florence And The Machine, Hozier, The 1975, and more in Stradbally, Co. Laois from 30th August - 1st September, for Ireland's largest music and arts gathering.
Gibson Guitars has announced their intentions for their new global headquarters to be located at Cummins Station, a historic property in the heart of downtown Nashville, Tennessee. The move follows an ambitious relaunch, which kicked off with the star -studded NAMM JAM bash in Anaheim earlier this year.
Bringing together members of Arcturus, Mayhem, Thorns, & 1349 for a masterwork of eerie black metal, Mortem have returned. Back with new set 'Ravnsvart', the long-awaited debut studio album from the newly reformed Norwegian legends will be released via Peaceville on 27th September 2019.
The ‘Banquet at Electric Picnic’ is set to once again tantalise taste buds at this year’s festival, as Derry Clarke and Mark Moriarty announce an exclusive partnership to serve a fine dining banquet at the three-day event. The Banquet is the latest attraction to join The Strokes, Florence And The Machine, Hozier, The 1975, and more in Stradbally, Co. Laois from 30th August - 1st September, for Ireland's largest music and arts gathering.
Ghost have announced their winter Arena tour, which includes a stop off in Dublin, as well as multiple UK dates. Kicking off in Nottingham on 16th November, the band will be joined by guests All them Witches, and Tribulation.
Liam Gallagher has announced a European tour around the release of new album 'Why Me? Why Not.' Due for release on 20th September 2019, the set will be supported by a full UK and Ireland run that includes a stop off at Dublin's 3 Arena on 24th November.
Fancy getting on stage with some of the 1980s' biggest and brightest stars? You might just get your chance, as Rewind South has launched its' own talent search. Turning the spotlight with Rewind’s Got Talent, the lucky winner will join Michael Bolton, The Four Tops, Belinda Carlisle and more, for the event at Henley-on-Thames from Fri 16th - Sun 18th Aug 2019.
Rammstein have announced details of their 2020 tour, including a date at Belfast's Boucher Road Playing Fields. The Germanic metallers will arrive in Northern Ireland on 17th June, in the middle of their European trek.