Ingested And Kill The Lights Added To Bleed From Within’s European/UK Tour

Ingested and Kill The Lights (ex-Bullet For My Valentine, etc.) have been added to Bleed From Within‘s European/UK tour. That run is scheduled to take place this fall.

Tour Dates:

11/02 Koln, GER – Club Volta
11/03 Eindhoven, NET – Dynamo
11/04 Nijmegen, NET – Doornroosje
11/05 Copenhagen, DEN – Vega
11/06 Hamburg, GER – Logo
11/07 Berlin, GER – Hole44
11/08 Praha, CZE – Club 007
11/09 Warsaw, POL – Klub Hydrozagadka
11/10 Wien, AUT – Arena Wien
11/11 Budapest, HUN – Durer Kert
11/12 Karlsruhe, GER – Die Stadtmitte
11/13 Saarbrucken, GER – Saarbrucken Airport
11/15 Munich, GER – Feierwerk
11/16 Aarau, SWI – Kiff
11/18 Madrid, SPA – Sala Caracol
11/19 Barcelona, SPA – Sala Boveda
11/21 Decines-Charpieu, FRA – Warm Audio
11/22 Paris, FRA – Backstage Paris
11/23 Bristol, UK – The Fleece
11/24 Birmingham, UK – Mama Roux’s
11/25 Manchester, UK – Rebellion
11/26 London, UK – The Dome
11/27 Glasgow, UK – The Garage

Over 70 More Bands Added To 2022 UK Download Festival

Over 70 more bands have been added to next year’s UK Download Festival. The event is scheduled to take place at Donington Park on June 10-12, 2022 and the updated lineup can be found below:

Main Stage: KISS, Iron Maiden, Biffy Clyro, Deftones, Korn, The Pretty Reckless, Rise Against, Black Label Society, Theory Of A Deadman, Monster Truck, Powerwolf, Wayward Sons, Those Damned Crows, and The Raven Age.

Second Stage: Megadeth, Steel Panther, The Distillers, The Darkness, Airbourne, Daughtry, Skillet, Lacuna Coil, Bush, Of Mice & Men, Wednesday 13, Ayron Jones, Massive Wagons, The Last Internationale, and Control The Storm.

The Avalanche Stage: The Ghost Inside, Funeral For A Friend, Descendents, Boston Manor, Sleep Token, The Faim, Grandson, Trash Boat, Holding Absence, Mariana’s Trench, Wargasm, Loathe, Jamie Lenman, The Hara, Press Club, Salem, Cemetery Sun, Blackout Problems, Dead Posey, and Static Dress.

The Dogtooth Stage: Electric Wizard, Sepultura, Blues Pills, Dying Fetus, British Lion, Bleed From Within, Twin Temple, Bokassa, Venom Prison, Spiritbox, Tempt, Fire From The Gods, A.A. Williams, Higher Power, Kill The Lights, Dead Poet Society, Joyous Wolf, Modern Error, Cellar Door Moon Crow, Lotus Eater, The Scratch, Dead Label, Phoxjaw, JJ Wilde, Anchor Lane, Temples On Mars, As Everything Unfolds, and The Injester.

Kill The Lights Postpone UK Tour To 2022

Kill The Lights (ex-Bullet For My Valentine, etc.) have postponed their UK tour with Aviana due to the coronavirus pandemic. The trek will now take place in March 2022. Here’s the new dates:

03/09 Bridgend, UK – Hobos
03/10 Bournemouth, UK – The Anvil
03/11 Birmingham, UK – The Asylum 2
03/12 Manchester, UK – The Star And Garter
03/13 Glasgow, UK – Attic Bar
03/15 Leeds, UK – The Key Club
03/16 Nottingham, UK – Old Salutation
03/17 Bristol, UK – Rough Trade
03/18 London, UK – Boston Music Room
03/19 Brighton, UK – Green Door Store

Megadeth, Descendents, Northlane, Etc. Added To 2021 UK Download Festival

More bands have been added to the 2021 UK Download Festival. The event will take place at Donington Park on June 4-6 and the updated daily lineups can be found below.

Lineup:

June 4:

Main Stage:

KISS
A Day To Remember
Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes
Black Veil Brides
Theory Of A Deadman
Wayward Sons

Second Stage:

Megadeth
The Distillers
Airbourne
Lacuna Coil
Myles Kennedy & Company
Ayron Jones

Avalanche Stage:

Sleep Token
Tiny Moving Parts
Hot Milk
Gender Roles
Press Club
Wargasm

The Dogtooth Stage:

Electric Wizard
Blues Pills
Bokasa
Tempt
A.A. Williams
Dead Poet Society
Cellar Door Moon Crow
The Scratch
JJ Wilde

June 5:

Main Stage:

Biffy Clyro
Deftones
Gojira
The Pretty Reckless
Monster Truck
Those Damn Crows

Second Stage:

Killswitch Engage
Mastodon
Daughtry
Bush
The Wildhearts
Poppy
Stone Broken

Avalanche Stage:

Funeral For A Friend
Creeper
The Faim
Employed To Serve
Holding Absence
Loathe
Puppy
Salem
Blackout Problems

The Dogtooth Stage:

Sepultura
Obituary
Dying Fetus
Bleed From Within
Venom Prison
Will Haven
Higher Power
Joyous Wolf
Lotus Eater
Dead Label
Uncured
Temples On Mars

June 6:

Main Stage:

System Of A Down
Korn
Volbeat
Rise Against
Alestorm
Powerwolf
Northlane
Wage War

Second Stage:

Steel Panther
The Darkness
Skillet
Baroness
Of Mice & Men
P.O.D.
Massive Wagons
The Last Internationale
Control The Storm

Avalanche Stage:

Descendents
Boston Manor
The Skints
Marianas Trench
Jamie Lenman
The Hara
Cemetery Sun
Dead Posey
Static Dress

The Dogtooth Stage:

Myles Kennedy (acoustic set)
Haken
Twin Temple
Spiritbox
Fire From The Gods
Kill The Lights
Modern Error
Phoxjaw
Anchor Lane
Renounced
The Injester

Kill The Lights (Ex-Bullet For My Valentine, Etc.) Stream Cover Of Metallica’s “Battery”

Kill The Lights are streaming a cover of Metallica‘s “Battery.“ Drummer Michael “Moose” Thomas (ex-Bullet For My Valentine) told Knotfest.com the following about that:

“We were talking about doing another ‘Quarantine Cover’ after we had so much fun covering ‘Into The Pit‘ by Testament, and it was obvious that we had to try and top that. In my mind, I’ve always wanted to cover anything off the amazingly good ‘Master Of Puppets‘, and it came down to a choice between ‘Disposable Heroes‘ or ‘Battery.’ We chose the latter just because we all agreed that it would be a good challenge to hopefully do justice to. And of course, we’re massive Metallica fans (who isn’t?) and we had a fun time tracking it.”

Kill The Lights Announce Livestream Set

Kill The Lights (ex-Bullet For My Valentine, etc.) will be performing five songs during a special livestream set tomorrow (August 27) at 9am PDT / 12pm EDT. You can watch that on YouTube. This news comes after the band recently released their debut album “The Sinner.”

System Of A Down, KISS, Biffy Clyro, Etc. Set For 2021 Download Festival

The initial lineup has been revealed for the 2021 UK Download Festival. The event will take place at Donington Park on June 4-6 and it will feature System Of A Down, KISS, Biffy Clyro, and more.

Here’s the daily lineups:

June 4:

Main Stage:

Kiss
A Day To Remember
Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes
Black Veil Brides
Theory Of A Deadman
Wayward Sons

Second Stage:

The Distillers
Airbourne
Lacuna Coil
Myles Kennedy & Company
Hatari

Avalanche Stage:

Sleep Token
Tiny Moving Parts
Hot Milk
Gender Roles
Press Club
Wargasm

The Dogtooth Stage:

Electric Wizard
Blues Pills
Bokasa
Tempt
A.A. Williams
Cellar Door Moon Crow
JJ Wilde

June 5:

Main Stage:

Biffy Clyro
Deftones
Gojira
The Pretty Reckless
Those Damn Crows

Second Stage:

Killswitch Engage
Mastodon
Daughtry
Bush
The Wildhearts
Poppy
Stone Broken

Avalanche Stage:

Funeral For A Friend
Creeper
The Faim
Employed To Serve
Holding Absence
Loathe
Puppy
Blackout Problems

The Dogtooth Stage:

Sepultura
Obituary
Dying Fetus
Bleed From Within
Will Haven
Higher Power
Joyous Wolf
Lotus Eater
Dead Label

June 6:

Main Stage:

System Of A Down
Korn
Volbeat
Rise Against
Alestorm
Powerwolf
Wage War

Second Stage:

Steel Panther
The Darkness
Skillet
Baroness
Of Mice & Men
P.O.D.
The Last Internationale
Control The Storm

Avalanche Stage:

Marianas Trench
Jamie Lenman
The Hara
Cemetery Sun
Dead Posey

The Dogtooth Stage:

Myles Kennedy (acoustic set)
Haken
Twin Temple
Spiritbox
Kill The Lights
Modern Error
Phoxjaw
Anchor Lane
Temples On Mars

Kill The Lights Announce UK Tour

Kill The Lights (ex-Bullet For My Valentine, etc.) have announced a UK tour with GroundCulture. The band will be touring in support of their new album “The Sinner“ (out August 21). Here’s the dates:

03/03 Bournemouth, UK – The Anvil
03/04 Brighton, UK – The Green Door Store
03/05 London, UK – Boston Music Room
03/06 Bridgend, UK – Hobos
03/08 Bristol, UK – Rough Trade
03/09 Leeds, UK – The Key Club
03/10 Nottingham, UK – The Old Salutation
03/12 Glasgow, UK – The Garage Attic
03/13 Manchester, UK – Star And Garter
03/14 Birmingham, UK – Asylum 2

Kill The Lights (Ex-Bullet For My Valentine, Etc.) Premiere “Through The Night” Video, Reveal Details For New Album “The Sinner”

Kill The Lights (ex-Bullet For My Valentine, etc.) have premiered a new video for their new song “Through The Night.” This track is from the band’s new album “The Sinner,” which will be released on August 21.

Frontman James Clark commented:

“The song very personally hits home for me. I have struggled for the longest time with anxiety and depression and ‘Through the Night‘ is a snapshot of what is going through the mind of someone struggling with these types of mental health issues.

The song takes you on a roller coaster ride and captures the ups and downs of someone carrying the weight of the world on their shoulders, going from happy and energetic one minute to being paralyzed by fear and worry the next.”

“Luckily, I found just enough strength to speak up and get some help. I will be the first person to admit I still find it hard to share feelings and talk about my problems. Sharing my struggles through my lyrics is a form of rehab for me — it allows me to be honest and open while still being able to hide behind the music.

I hope that this song truly connects with listeners who feel trapped and alone with these types of feelings and that it empowers them to reach out and get the help they might need.”

“The Sinner” Track Listing:

01. “Shed My Skin”
02. “The Faceless”
03. “Watch You Fall”
04. “Through The Night”
05. “Open Your Eyes”
06. “Plagues”
07. “Tear Me Apart”
08. “The Enemy”
09. “Sober”
10. “Rest”
11. “Unmoved”
12. “Chasing Shadows” (CD version only)

Kill The Lights (Ex-Bullet For My Valentine, Etc.) Share Quarantine Cover Of Testament’s “Into The Pit”

Kill The Lights (ex-Bullet For My Valentine, etc.) have shared a quarantine cover of Testament’s “Into The Pit.” Michael “Moose” Thomas commented:

“There were a ton of cover songs options we could have gone with, and we did consider covering a pop song in our style. But we decided to cover ‘Into The Pit‘ by the mighty Testament purely because it’s a classic song that’s fun to play. We wanted to stay true to the original as closely as possible, to pay our respects to metal royalty. A great song by an amazing band.”