Bring Me The Horizon Postpone Headlining Tour

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Bring Me The Horizon have announced that they have been forced to pushback their European headlining tour a full year due to the current pandemic conditions.

The trek was originally set to launch next month, but has now been postponed to February of 2023 and will feature support from A Day To Remember, Lorna Shore, and Poorstacy, according to the updated tour poster.

The original tour was also set to include Lorna Shore, but they are not included on the poster that was tweeted by Bring Me The Horizon with the postponement announcement.

They had this to say, “Unfortunately due to the ongoing covid situation across Europe, Our February EU headline tour needs to be postponed. We want to bring you the full show with no holding back – the true post human experience – but we need to do it safely.

“updates on lyon and budapest will be coming soon.” See the announced rescheduled dates below:

02/02 Hannover, Germany- Swiss Life Hall
03/02 Berlin, Germany- Max-Schemling-Halle
04/02 Frankfurt, Germany- Messehalle
06/02 Gliwice, Poland- Arena Gliwice
07/02 Prague, Czech Republic- Sportovni Hala V Holesovicich
09/02 Vienna, Austria- Stadthalle
10/02 Munich, Germany- Zenith
11/02 Milan, Italy- Mediolanium Forum
13/02 Toulouse, France- Zenith
15/02 Lisbon, Portugal- Sala Tejo
18/02 Madrid, Spain- Palacio Vistalegre
19/02 Barcelona, Spain- Sant Jordi Club
21/02 Basel, Switzerland- St. Jakobshalle
22/02 Stuttgart, Germany- Schleyer-Halle
24/02 Amsterdam, Holland- Ziggo Dome
25/02 Hamburg, Germany- Barclaycard Arena
26/02 Dusseldorf, Germany- Mitsubishi Electric Halle
28/02 Antwerp, Belgium- Lotto Arena

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Slipknot Announce North American Knotfest Roadshow Tour

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Slipknot have announced that they will be launching two legs of their Knotfest Roadshow Tour this spring and summer, visiting cities across North America.

The first leg will feature support from In This Moment and Jinjer and it set to kick off on March 16th in Fargo, ND at the FARGODOME and will conclude on April 17th in Vancouver, BC at the Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena.

Leg two will feature Cypress Hill and Ho99o9 and will launch on May 18th in University Park, PA at the Bryce Jordan Center and will wrap up on June 18th in Chula Vista, CA at the North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre.

Frontman Corey Taylor shared, “Even with everything going on in the world right now, we’re still extremely excited to come back out in the states, with 2 different, exciting packages.

“Whether it’s In This Moment and Jinjer, or Cypress and Ho99o9, we pride ourselves in bringing our fans the epicenter of our music and art. Come celebrate with us, and try to stay as safe as we will be.”

Clown added, “It feels so good to get back out on the road with our Culture. Get ready for a brand new experience. See you soon.” See the dates for both legs below:

Knotfest Roadshow 2022 Leg 1

Wed Mar 16 Fargo, ND FARGODOME
Fri Mar 18 Omaha, NE CHI Health Center
Sat Mar 19 Wichita, KS INTRUST Bank Arena
Tue Mar 22 Memphis, TN FedExForum
Wed Mar 23 Tulsa, OK BOK Center
Fri Mar 25 North Little Rock, AR Simmons Bank Arena
Sat Mar 26 Durant, OK Choctaw Grand Theater
Tue Mar 29 Birmingham, AL Legacy Arena at the BJCC
Wed Mar 30 N. Charleston, SC North Charleston Coliseum
Fri Apr 01 Greensboro, NC Greensboro Coliseum Complex
Sat Apr 02 Reading, PA Santander Arena
Mon Apr 04 Cleveland, OH Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
Wed Apr 06 Green Bay, WI Resch Center
Thu Apr 07 Peoria, IL Peoria Civic Center
Sat Apr 09 Minneapolis, MN Target Center
Mon Apr 11 Winnipeg, MB Canada Life Centre
Tue Apr 12 Regina, SK Brandt Centre
Thu Apr 14 Saskatoon, SK SaskTel Centre
Fri Apr 15 Edmonton, AB Rogers Place
Sun Apr 17 Vancouver, BC Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena

Knotfest Roadshow 2022 Leg 2

Wed May 18 University Park, PA Bryce Jordan Center
Fri May 20 Brooklyn, NY Barclays Center
Sat May 21 Providence, RI Dunkin’ Donuts Center
Sun May 22 Manchester, NH SNHU Arena
Tue May 24 Albany, NY MVP Arena
Thu May 26 Montreal, QC Bell Centre
Sat May 28 Québec, QC Videotron Centre
Sun May 29 Ottawa, ON Canadian Tire Centre
Mon May 30 Toronto, ON Budweiser Stage
Wed Jun 01 Cincinnati, OH Heritage Bank Center
Thu Jun 02 Grand Rapids, MI Van Andel Arena
Sat Jun 04 East Troy, WI Alpine Valley Music Theatre
Sun Jun 05 Moline, IL TaxSlayer Center
Tue Jun 07 Bonner Springs, KS Azura Amphitheater
Thu Jun 09 Colorado Springs, CO The Broadmoor World Arena
Sat Jun 11 Nampa, ID Ford Idaho Center
Mon Jun 13 Seattle, WA Climate Pledge Arena
Tue Jun 14 Ridgefield, WA RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater
Fri Jun 17 Las Vegas, NV MGM Garden Arena
Sat Jun 18 Chula Vista, CA North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre

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BBC News presenter Ros Atkins puts together epic drum n’ bass mix for Radio 6 Music

A BBC World News presenter has submitted a drum n’ bass mix to Radio 6 Music, for the station’s Desert Island Disco day after it was revealed that he used to be a DJ.

Ros Atkins, who’s been dubbed the BBC’s “Explainer-in-chief” thanks to his viral current affairs explainer videos, formerly put on his own nights in Brixton, London and DJ’d in as far flung places including South Africa before his career in broadcast journalism.

After reading a recent interview with Atkins by The Guardian, BBC Radio 6 Music producers got in touch with him to see if he’d like to do a drum n’ bass mix for their upcoming all-day Desert Island Disco day, which aired yesterday (January 17).


Atkins put together a playlist including ’90s tunes by DJ Hype & Ganja Max and Shimon and Andy C.

“To the 19-year-old who avidly collected all the latest mix cassettes and recorded tracks off
@BBCR1, the idea I’d do a mix on the BBC would have been incomprehensible. I’m very touched to have been asked,” Atkins wrote on Twitter.

“So here you go. My Desert Island Disco mix for @BBC6Music. Starting off back in the 90s and working my way through to right now. I hope you enjoy it – I’ve been totally taken aback by the reaction. I’m not so secretly hoping they might have me back.”


Atkins’ tracklist:

01. DJ Hype & Ganja Max (ft. MC Fats & DJ Daddy) – ‘Rinse Out’
02. Dred Bass Dead Bass ‘(Origin Unknown remix)’
03. Shimon and Andy C – ‘Night Flight (original)’
04. Cold fresh Air – ‘Higher Sense (Cyantific remix)’
05. LTJ Bukem – ‘Atlantis (DJ Marky remix)’
06. D.Kay and DJ Lee – ‘Wax’d VIP (D Kay remix)’
07. Calibre – ‘Mr Maverick’
08. Koffee – ‘Toast (Clipz bootleg)’

Monday’s special on BBC Radio 6 Music started with with Lauren Laverne (7.30am-10.30am) and ran through to Steve Lamacq (4pm-7pm), featuring an escape themed playlist or guest mix from a different artist every 30 minutes.

You can now listen back to Atkins’ mix, as well as other mixes, via BBC Sounds.

Atkins, who presents the Outside Source programme on BBC World News, has seen many of his explainer videos get extra reach when shared across social media.

Most recently, one of Atkins’ recent lowdown clips on the Downing Street parties (see above) has been watched nearly six million times on Twitter.

In other BBC news, the corporation’s director general Tim Davie has said that the government’s freezing of TV licence fees will cost the broadcaster £285million.

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PUP Have Announced The Details Of Their New Album ‘THE UNRAVELING OF PUPTHEBAND’

Oh, here we go!

PUP have announced their new album, the exceptionally titled ‘THE UNRAVELING OF PUPTHEBAND’.

It will be released on April 01 via BMG / Rise Records.

Vocalist Stefan Babcock had this to say about the record:

“The whole album process really brought us closer together, even as things unraveled. It’s hands down my favorite PUP record, and I don’t think it could’ve been made under any other circumstances.”

The artwork looks like this:

And the tracklisting like this:

01. Four Chords
02. Totally Fine
03. Robot Writes A Love Song
04. Matilda
05. Relentless
06. Four Chords Pt. II: Five Chords
07. Waiting
08. Habits
09. Cutting Off The Corners
10. Grim Reaping
11. Four Chords Pt. III: Diminishing Returns
12. PUPTHEBAND Inc. Is Filing For Bankruptcy

You can also get stuck into their new track ‘Robot Writes A Love Song’, an intricately cutesy and off-kilter rager. The sort of song that only PUP could create.

Here it is alongside its stunning video:

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You can also hear the previously released ‘Waiting’ right now as well:

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PUP announce new album ‘THE UNRAVELING OF PUPTHEBAND’, share single ‘Robot Writes A Love Song’

PUP have shared details of their fourth album, ‘THE UNRAVELING OF PUPTHEBAND’, and with it have released the single ‘Robot Writes A Love Song’.

‘THE UNRAVELING OF PUPTHEBAND’ arrives on April 1 via BMG/Rise Records and is available to pre-order here. It follows 2019’s ‘Morbid Stuff‘.

The album was recorded and mixed over the course of five weeks last summer in Grammy Award-winning producer Peter Katis’ “bat-filled mansion in Connecticut”.


According to press material, the record hears the punk band incorporate new instruments including piano, synths, horns and more for the first time while locked down to record.

Remote collaborations came from Sarah Tudzin of Illuminati Hotties, Kathryn McCaughey of NOBRO, Mel St-Pierre of Casper Skulls, and Erik Paulson of Remo Drive.

‘Robot Writes A Love Song’ was written in 15 minutes, with singer Stefan Babcock recording his vocals in the backseat of his car. It’s described as being “written from the perspective of a computer being overwhelmed unto death by actual human emotions”.

Album artwork for PUP’s ‘THE UNRAVELING OF PUPTHEBAND’. CREDIT: Jordan Speer



01. ‘Four Chords’
02. ‘Totally Fine’
03. ‘Robot Writes A Love Song’
04. ‘Matilda’
05. ‘Relentless’
06. ‘Four Chords Pt. II: Five Chords’
07. ‘Waiting’
08. ‘Habits’
09. ‘Cutting Off The Corners’
10. ‘Grim Reaping’
11. ‘Four Chords Pt. III: Diminishing Returns’
12. ‘PUPTHEBAND Inc. Is Filing For Bankruptcy’

Last year PUP released other album singles ‘Waiting’ and ‘Kill Something’ alongside sharing details of a North American tour that kicks off in April.

In January 2021, the band performed a career-spanning set for NPR’s Tiny Desk series. Lead guitarist Steve Sladkowski also teamed up with members of Touché Amoré, Vein.FM, Bloodbather and Twitching Tongues for a cover of Pixies‘ 1988 hit ‘Where Is My Mind?’.

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