Matt Johnson is taking The The back out on the road next year for the first time since the band’s 2018 comeback tour, today announcing four concerts in the U.K.
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Porno For Pyros had been set to embark on its first tour in 25 years in just over a week, but the band today announced it will delay that trek by “a few months.”
The Church next month will issue an expanded version of the band’s 26th studio album The Hypnogogue as the Australian rock legends return to the U.S. this fall.
The Cult’s Ian Astbury and Billy Duffy will celebrate the 40th anniversary of Death Cult with a special one-off U.S. performance in Los Angeles this fall followed by a dozen dates in the U.K. and Ireland.
The “Celebrating David Bowie” tour already has been rescheduled once after Peter Murphy underwent “an unexpected medical procedure,” and now he’s out altogether.
The Ocean Blue this month will reissue their self-released fifth album — the 13-song Davy Jones’ Locker, originally released in 1999 — and have just made a new music video.
Skinny Puppy has extended what it’s billing as its “final tour,” adding 12 more North American concerts this fall as the group continues to celebrate its 40th anniversary.
Porno For Pyros will embark on its first tour in 25 years this fall, hitting 21 cities in the U.S. as the band’s original lineup works on a new album.
Modern English plans to release their ninth album, titled 1234, this fall and have just announced an 18-date U.S. tour that’s focused largely on the Midwest and South.
The Church will return to the United States this fall for a second round of dates in support of the band’s 26th studio album The Hypnogogue.
Depeche Mode’s massive tour in support of the group’s 15th studio album Memento Mori will stretch into 2024, as the band today announced a second European leg.
The Breeders mark 30th anniversary of “Last Splash” with new reissue, tour — hear an unreleased song
The Breeders will mark the 30th anniversary of their breakthrough second album Last Splash with a new reissue featuring unreleased music.
As The Cure nears the end of its rapturously received North American tour, it’s finally laid out the rest of its 2023 tour plans: namely a South American tour.