Former Akarusa Yami vocalist Tom Brumpton has announced his latest project; “The Guiding Light”, a short film that’s been described as; “La La Land if directed by David Cronenberg”.
The road to In Cuya festival is set to begin this weekend but the question on everyone's mind is "will it be a success?' The musical event will be held at Mall A and Mall B in downtown Cleveland. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame President and CEO Gregg Barry has been using the term “experiment" for the longest and become his mantra.
Dexy’s Midnight Runners, George Michaels and Boy Georges, the casts of Hi-De-Hi, Grange Hill and Police Academy, Bananaman, Scooby Doo and ET; these were just some of the characters that came together to celebrate the 1980s, as Rewind Festival made its return to Henley-On Thames for its 10th anniversary celebrations this weekend.
The expanded line-up of Helloween, which reunited with singer Michael Kiske and guitarist Kai Hansen in 2016 has announced details of plans for a new studio album, as well as final dates for their 'Pumpkins United' world tour.
Soulfly have announced details of their forthcoming eleventh album. Titled 'Ritual' and due for release on 19th October via Nuclear Blast, the set is preceded by single Evil Empowered, available via all DSPs.
The line-up for the MindField area of this years' Electric Picnic has been revealed, with podcasters, poets and musicians all set to take to the stage. Taking place in Stradbally, Co. Laois from 30th August – 2nd September, and featuring Massive Attack, N.E.R.D. and Kendrick Lamar, Electric Picnic is Ireland’s largest music and arts festival.
Ministry powered into Belfast’s Limelight on Monday night (24th July 2018) and wreaked havoc with heavy power guitars, electronic beats and vocal riffing that raised sweltering mosh pits. Featuring iconic front man Al Jourgensen, the band’s debut gig in the city proved a highly-charged success.
Classic rock revivalists The Dead Daisies have announced details of their 'Welcome To Daisyland' U.K. winter tour. Kicking off in Liverpool on 13th November 2018, the trek takes in two dates at London's Islington Academy and features guests including Diamond Head, Tygers Of Pan Tang and more.
The Prodigy will join Kendrick Lemar and N.E.R.D as headliners for Electric Picnic 2018. The U.K. dance pioneers are among the final list of acts announced for the 2018 event that also includes Picture This and Walking On Cars. Taking place in Stradbally, Co. Laois from 30th August – 2nd September, Electric Picnic is Ireland’s largest music and arts festival.