PVRIS Announce Biggest UK Headline Shows Yet
The returning rockers will head to our fine shores this November, which will see them play a huge headline show at London’s O2 Academy Brixton. PVRIS are set to release their new album, All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell, on August 4 through Rise Records.
Catch PVRIS live at the following:
22 O2 Academy Bristol
23 O2 Academy Birmingham
27 O2 Academy Glasgow
28 O2 Apollo Manchester
30 London O2 Academy Brixton
There’s A New Waterparks Video
Waterparks have dropped a new video.
Plum Island is the latest track to be taken from their debut album, Double Dare, which is out now through Equal Vision. Follow the link to buy yourself a copy if you haven’t done so already.
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Marilyn Manson Announces UK Headline Tour
Marilyn Manson has announced a UK headline tour for this December.
The God of Fuck will be hitting our shores for a run of five shows, kicking off in Manchester, and culminating at London’s SSE Arena, Wembley. Will we have a new album by then? Who knows…
Catch Manson at the following:
4 Manchester O2 Apollo
5 Glasgow O2 Academy
6 Wolverhampton Civic Hall
8 Newport Centre
9 London SSE Arena, Wembley
AC/DC’s Brian Johnson Gets Back Onstage to Perform With Robert Plant + Paul Rodgers
Fans who came out to see Paul Rodgers on his ‘Free Spirit’ tour in Oxford, England last night (May 14) were treated to quite the surprise with more rock royalty hitting the stage. Two of the world’s biggest stars, AC/DC legend Brian Johnson and Led Zeppelin‘s Robert Plant, joined Rodgers to perform a cover of Barrett Strong’s “Money (That’s What I Want)” at the New Theatre Oxford.
It was especially shocking to see Johnson back onstage after he was forced to abandon AC/DC’s Rock or Bust tour, facing permanent hearing loss if he continued to perform. The fan-shot video above captured most of the cover, starting just before Johnson’s time-honored gritty wail took over for a few lines, later on trading off with Plant and Rodgers during the chorus.
Since leaving the post he manned in AC/DC since 1980, Johnson has remained busy. The singer made a studio appearance with the Greg Billings Bands on the song “Old Friends Don’t Come Easy” and has been active in non-musical roles as well. Johnson landed a hosting role of a five-part radio series titled The Producers and headed up his own television series, Brian Johnson’s Life on the Road.
Johnson was slated to interview a host of rock legends for the television program, including Robert Plant. The two were recently photographed filming an episode for the series (reported by LedZepNews) which could help explain why these iconic frontmen were on hand to make a guest appearance with Rodgers.
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