Folk revivalists The Lumineers, Irish heroes The Coronas, and American hip hop super group Run The Jewls are among the final acts to be confirmed for this years' Longitude Festival. Taking place between 15 - 17 July ad Marley Park, Dublin, a total of 45 new names join headliners Kendrick Lamar, Major Lazer and The National at the annual happening.
Heavy metal queen Doro has announced full details of her celebratory 'Strong And Proud - 30 Years Of Rock And Metal' package. Due for release through Nuclear Blast Records on 24th June 2016, the career-spanning live set will be available in a multitude of formats.
The hard rockin' Daughtry are just one month away from hitting the U.K. on their 'It's Not Over... The Hits So Far' tour. To celebrate, we're giving away a copy of the American band's new CD, plus a poster signed by the man himself, Chris Daughtry.
Europe Under Attack as Destruction, Flotsam & Jetsam, Enforcer and Nervosa Join Forces for Mega Tour.
Destruction will join forces with US-based thrash metal monsters Flotsam & Jetsam, Swedish metal maniacs Enforcer and Brazil's Nervosa for what will be the heaviest tour of 2016. The band have also revealed details of their forthcoming release 'Under Attack'.
Tonight's (Friday 29th April) Dublin show by Jeff Lynn's ELO, due to take place at the 3Arena, has been postponed. The performance will now take on Saturday 7th May.
This years' Download Festival just got bigger, as twelve more acts have been added to the bill. Taking place between 10 - 12 June, Juliette and the Licks, Raging Speedhorn, The Amorettes and more join the Midlands' metal event along with previously announced headliners Rammstein,Black Sabbath and Iron Maiden.
Horror Metallers Bloody Hammers have announced details of their new album 'Lovely Sort Of Death'. The duo, who released one of 2014's finest underground releases in 'Under Satan's Sun' will unleash the new set on 5th August 2016 via Napalm Records.
Americana blues band, JD & The Straight Shot, have announced details of new single ‘Better Find A Church’. Taken from latest album, 'Ballyhoo!', the single comes as dates in both the U.K. and Ireland are confirmed.
The Strypes have added a Dublin date. Following a previous sold out shows at the fair city's Olympia Theatre and Academy venues less than six months ago, the Cavan four-piece will play return to the Olympia on 8th December 2016.
In This Moment have been forced to cancel their pending European tour, due to an unspecified injury sustained by lead guitarist Chris Howorth. In a statement, the band have said that the guitarist, though currently being treated, will be unable to perform for the foreseeable future.