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Suicidal Tendencies announce summer European tour

After embarking on the Persistence Tour in Europe last January and playing shows in France last Month, California crossover thrash/hardcore punk legends Suicidal Tendencies will return to Europe this summer by continuing to tour in support of their latest album World Gone Mad. The dates and locations are below.

About the tour, the band wrote: “We’re taking the World Gone Mad Tour any place that we can, getting it to all our Cycos worldwide!

After the Balckest of The Black and Rockalhoma Festivals on May in US, the next batch of dates will see the band get back to Europe this summer to hit the major Festivals and a bunch of headlining shows. Missed the World Gone Mad/Persistence Tour this winter? Catch up with this new run.

Summer tour includes appearances at the main Festivals like Download, Grasspop, Hellfest and many more… And we’ll be finally back in Spain, Russia, Portugal and a bunch of other Countries! Here’s a quick list of the summer dates and check out Tour section for all confirmed dates HERE!

World Gone Mad was released last September, and is their first album since 2013’s 13. It’s also the band’s first with the new lineup of Mike Muir, Dean Pleasants, Jeff Pogan, Ra Diaz and Dave Lombardo.



Mighty Sounds Fest (Czech Rep.) announces Mighty Tour dates

Czech Republic’s premier punk rock festival, Mighty Sounds, have announced the line up and dates for their “Mighty Tour, 2017”. Making up the bill will be UK’s Dead Neck, local group Louty, and German street punks Deep Shining High. The three bands will play twelve shows together, across Europe in the month before the main Mighty Sounds Festival this July.

You can check the tour dates on the full tour poster below.



Doll Skin (pop-punk) release video for “Shut Up (You Miss Me),” announce Warped Tour dates

Phoenix-based Doll Skin have released a video (via Warped Tour) for their single “Shut Up (You Miss Me)” off of their upcoming LP Manic Pixie Dream Girl, which is out June 16th via EMP Label Group. The band has recently taken over the tour’s social media outlets as a part of the “Countdown to Warped Tour,” on which the band is playing 7 Western stops.

June 16 — CenturyLink Field – Seattle, WA
June 17 — Oregon State Fairgrounds – Salem, OR
June 21 — Balloon Fiesta Park – Albuquerque, NM
June 22 — Fear Farm – Phoenix, AZ
June 23 — Hard Rock Hotel & Casino – Las Vegas, NV
June 24 — Utah State Fair Park – Salt Lake City, UT
June 25 — Pepsi Center – Denver, CO

Check out the new video here.



With Confidence announce Australia tour with WSTR and Seaway

Australian pop-punk band With Confidence have announced a tour across the nation. You can find the tour poster, dates and locations below.

With Confidence will also be bringing international supports WSTR and Seaway along for the tour.



KICKASSRAY release teaser for upcoming single “Bad Dream”

Kanazawa, Japan based punks KICKASSRAY have premiered a short teaser for their upcoming single, along with the announcement of its release. You can listen below.

The single will be titled “Bad Dream,” and will be released on July 17. The band have also announce a run of shows to support the single release from June 29 on, you can find the tour poster, dates and locations below the video.



Social Distortion announce summer/fall tour dates

Southern California punk legends Social Distortion have announced a full-scale U.S. tour which will take place from July to early September, and will wrap up with an appearance at the Ohana Fest in Dana Point. The dates and locations are below.

Social Distortion are reportedly intending to hit the studio this fall to begin recording their long-awaited new album, which will be their first since 2011’s Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes. We’ll keep you posted as more details on the new record come to light.



Cayetana stream new album, announce tour dates

Philadelphia indie-punk group Cayetana are streaming their new album New Kind of Normal in its entirety.  The band has also announced some summer tour dates where they will be joining Waxahatchee.

You can listen to the album and check out those tour dates below.

New Kind Of Normal was released on May 5th via Cayetana’s own record label, Plum Records.



Abolitionist streaming new EP “The Pinnacle”

Great new music from the Pacific Northwest’ own Abolitionist (punk). The band has released “The Pinnacle” which serves as a fast paced follow up to the bands 2015 LP “The Vicious Rumor”.

You can check out the new tracks here.

The band has also announced some tour dates which you can find below.



The Dopamines announce “Tales Of Interest” tour dates

The Dopamines release new album “Tales of Interest” on June 2nd via Rad Girlfriend Records – and they have just announced a tour that goes on right through June to back it up.

Check out the full list of dates below. You can pre-order the album now too.



Rise Against announce US and Canadian Fall tour dates

Rise Against, who recently released new single “The Violence” and release full length “Wolves” next month, have announced September and October US and Canadian dates.

Details of the tour, which sees Pierce The Veil and White Lung in support, are below.



Against Me! announce Fall tour

Against Me! have announced a lengthy Fall headline tour, with support from Bleached and The Dirty Nil. Tickets go on sale from the band’s website on Friday.

Full details of the tour are below.



Dashboard Confessional announce Summer tour

Dashboard Confessional have announced they are to tour for a month straight this summer. In tow will be All American Rejects and The Maine.

A full list of dates is below. Pre-sales start May 10th – full ticket details are up on the tour microsite.



Bad Religion announce European and UK tour

California punk icons Bad Religion have announced a full-scale tour of Europe and the UK that will take place in July and August, and the dates and locations are below.

Bad Religion last released the holiday album Christmas Songs in 2013. The band has been promising a new album, which will be their first since True North (also released in 2013) and their first with Mike Dimkich (replacing Greg Hetson) on guitar and Jamie Miller (replacing Brooks Wackerman) on drums. We’ll keep you posted as more details on the new record come to light.



Blink 182 & Linkin Park announce co-headline dates, then….go on a date?

Blinkin Park (Blink 182 + Linkin Park…wtf?) have announced a couple of co-headlining dates with some special guests. Tickets go on sale May 12th, you can get them here.

July 28th: Flushing, NY @ Citi Field
with: WU TANG CLAN and Machine Gun Kelly

July 30: Hershey, PA @ Hershey Park
with: Machine Gun Kelly

Also, the two bands went on a date…? You can check that out here. Good luck, kids.



Vanna announce farewell tour dates

Massachusetts natives and hardcore aficionados Vanna announced on May 2nd that they will be ceasing activities, as well as a farewell tour to see them off. You can find tour dates, locations, and a full tour poster below.

In regards to the breakup, the band issued this statement back on May 2nd: “Our band has always strived to take the negative in our lives and use it to fuel positive change. To foster good in a world that can be so bad. That and to cause the biggest ruckus with our fans while doing so. The relationship we share with you all and with our music has brought us to places we never dreamed of going; countries we never thought we’d step foot on, stages we only dreamed of playing. But the biggest impression left is the overwhelming sense of family that this scene has given us and let us be a part of. It’s helped us become the men we are today and, in a way, is partly responsible for different parts of our lives blossoming.

After touring for over 10 years, living our lives on the road and on the stage, it’s time for us to go chase those other dreams that may have waited on a shelf. We’ve started families, careers, and new lives, all the while spending our nights sweating in a club or a Warped Tour parking lot with you and those sides of us and our lives need attention as much as Vanna did.

Words can’t begin to express what you have all done for us. In keeping with always sharing ourselves with you, we now turn to you to share one last time with us. Let’s make this tour a celebration of every moment and memory as well as make a bunch of new ones with some amazing friends and bands.

Come sing your hearts out and inevitably cry your eyes out with us as we leave a little piece of Vanna on every stage. This isn’t goodbye forever — it’s just a ‘We’ll see you around.’ Our music will be here whenever you need it; we truly love you and we will miss you all. But remember, all good things must come to an end, but all good things can begin again.

—Viva Vanna”