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Tim Kasher is heading out on a solo tour of the UK this March. The singer/songwriter, known for his bands Cursive and The Good Life, is releasing a new solo album No Resolution on March 3rd 2017 via 15 Passenger and will support the release with an eight-date run on... Continue reading
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Throwing Stuff have debuted the first track from Fit, Fine & Well, the band's debut album. Released on TNS Records on April 7th, this full-length has been a long time coming and introduces a change in Throwing Stuff as a band. Once known for their humorous take on thrashy hardcore,... Continue reading
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Skinny Lister have revealed a brand new video for 'Injuries', the latest track to be taken from their 2016 full-length The Devil, The Heart & The Fight (Xtra Mile Recordings). 'Injuries' more mellow, folk-pop sound contrasts with Skinny Lister's trademark lively shanty punk style, but what it lacks in bite... Continue reading
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Eminem will headline Reading and Leeds 2017 alongside Kasabian and Muse this August Bank Holiday weekend, festival organisers have announced. The Detroit rapper has headlined twice before and leads a new act announcement alongside Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Blossoms and Lethal Bizzle. Also announced in this latest wave were... Continue reading
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Beans On Toast is back out on a tour of small venues this May. Following the success of his 'Small Town Celebration' tour in 2016, the drunk-folk singer is returning to small venues on his 'Down The Pub' run of dates. The tour is an homage to the great British... Continue reading
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Deaf Havana, Frank Iero & The Patience, Boston Manor and Sorority Noise are amongst the latest names to be added to this year's Slam Dunk Festival. The 2017 edition of the three-city event has been heavy on the nostalgia, so it's nice to see some fresher names added to the... Continue reading
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The Bouncing Souls will return to the UK this June for a string of four shows as part of their 2017 European Tour. The legendary New Jersey punks continue to tour on the back of their latest album Simplicity and will be joined by The Great Collapse and Great Cynics... Continue reading
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Creeper have released a video for 'Black Rain', the third single to be released from Eternity In Your Arms and the opening track from that record. Once again, the video follows the character of James Scythe as he investigates The Callous Heart, The Stranger and the paranormal goings on in... Continue reading
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Bear Trade have released a new video for 'Inglorious', announcing their new album Silence Unspeakable alongside it. On the new track the North East punk band follow up their excellent debut Blood & Sand (2014) in style; delivering classic gruff punk by way of The Replacements with a huge hook... Continue reading
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Ben Marwood has made his long-awaited return to music, debuting his take on 'Baby, You're A Mess' by Band of Hope and announcing that his new album Get Found will be out on April 7th via Xtra Mile Recordings. A long time in the making, Get Found is a record... Continue reading
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Great Cynics' new track 'Butterfly Net' is exactly the kind of thing we've come to expect from the London-based indie-punk band. Bright, introspective but ultimately positive, it's a song that fits well under the banner of Posi - the name of Great Cynics' new album. However, this is far from... Continue reading
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Harrison Rimmer's latest single 'Veins' is a real step up and we're happy to be giving the track it's first outing here on The Ruckus. Taking inspiration from the likes of Frank Turner and Nirvana, what Rimmer presents with 'Veins' is emotive and passionate songwriting with a more forceful, gruff... Continue reading
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Sean McGowan will head out on another UK headline tour in April and May, following a successful full band run at the end of 2016. Sean is stripping things back and touring solo this time, but you can expect the same intensity from the Southampton based singer/songwriter. Sean's latest single... Continue reading
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The Smith Street Band have released 'Birthdays', the second single to be taken from their new album I'm More Scared Of You Than You Are Of Me, which releases on April 7th via Specialist Subject Records (UK), SideOneDummy Records (US) and Pool House Records (AUS). And as you might expect,... Continue reading
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Austin Lucas has launched a campaign to fund his new album Immortal Americans. Fans can get involved by purchasing anything from a digital download of the album to a whole collection of live house show performances, with the usual vinyl, CD, t-shirt additions in there too. Of the campaign, Austin... Continue reading
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ArcTanGent Festival organisers have announced ten new bands for the 2017 edition of the festival including Tesseract, Sikth, Tricot and Wot Gorilla?. Taking place from August 17th - 19th just outside of Bristol, the festival already boasts headliners in Explosions In The Sky and Converge, which will have sold most... Continue reading
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Zebrahead, The Ataris and Fenix TX have been added to Slam Dunk Festival 2017; completing the lineup of the Fireball Stage. A complete throwback, the Fireball stage will play host to Bowling For Soup, Less Than Jake, Reel Big Fish, Goldfinger and The Mad Caddies - an absolute old school... Continue reading
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Skinny Lister's shanty punk stylings have earned them many a fan in recent years. The band have toured relentlessly, playing headline shows, festivals, cruise ships - wherever will have them. Their steadfast schedule and catchy as hell tunes have seen them rocket through the UK's small venues and their success... Continue reading
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Descendents will return to the UK this year to play their first headline show since 2011. The legendary punk band will play an exclusive UK show at Brixton Academy in London as they tour on the back of the recently released album Hypercaffium Spazzinate. Following an ill-fated London show in... Continue reading
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To Kill A King returned earlier this year with their powerful new single 'The Problem of Evil' and now the band have announced a trio of headline shows in London to celebrate their return. TKAK will play three of London's best venues on three consecutive nights on the 11th, 12th... Continue reading
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2000Trees Festival organisers have announced that Slaves will be one of three headliners at this year's festival. The chart-topping punk rock two piece are joined by Jamie Lenman, Muncie Girls, Apologies, I Have None, Personal Best, Petrol Girls, DOE, Jonah Matranga and more in this first wave of bands. 2000Trees... Continue reading
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Taking Back Sunday have debuted a new video for 'Call Come Running' ahead of their UK headline tour, which starts in just a few days time. The track is taken from the band's latest album Tidal Wave; a record that divides opinion amongst fans and is a change in direction... Continue reading
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The Rifles, Carl Barat & The Jackals, alt-metal heroes Therapy? and Happy Accidents are amongst the latest bands to be added to the Camden Rocks 2017 lineup. The June 3rd event will take over the venues of Camden Town in London, including the legendary KOKO for the first time. This... Continue reading
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Masked Intruder have revealed a brand new video for 'First Star Tonight' ahead of their UK tour with Me First and The Gimme Gimmes. The track is taken from their latest EP 'Love and Other Crimes', which is out now on Pure Noise Records. The video depicts what could be... Continue reading
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Jamie Lenman has announced a full UK tour for this coming April and May. The British rock legend recently returned with a new single, 'Mississippi' - it's an absolute banger - and will be returning from a self-imposed hiatus that was only broken with a live appearance at 2000Trees last... Continue reading