Tour News: DragonForce, Dog’N’Style, Anewrage, Broken Teeth, Twelve Foot Ninja (+ Uneven Structure), Eclipse (+One Desire)

Over the past few days there have been mounds of great tours coming through our mailbox. Here’s our summary of the good, the bad and the ugly.


The first dates supporting the upcoming DragonForce record Reaching Into Infinity have been announced. Kicking off this October, the tour will criss-cross the country showcasing songs off the new record (not that you ever need an excuse to see DragonForce). A special launch show for the album will take place on the 12th of April at London’s Black Heart. The only issue we have here is that they didn’t announce the shows as “Touring Into Infinity”. Apart from missing that golden opportunity, this is very good news! Reaching Into Infinity is out on May 19th via EarMusic. The tour dates – all October 2017 – are as follows:

  • Wed 4th Glasgow –  The Garage
  • Thu 5th Newcastle – Riverside
  • Fri 6th York – Fibbers
  • Sat 7th Sheffield – Corporation
  • Sun 8th Manchester – Sound Control
  • Wed 11th Birmingham – O2 Academy 2
  • Thu 12th Cardiff – Globe
  • Fri 13th London – Electric Ballroom
  • Sat 14th Portsmouth – Wedgewood Rooms
  • Sun 15th Tunbridge Wells – Forum


Rock’n’Rollers Dog’n’Style will hit the road imminently for 7 UK dates in support of their newly released, electrically charged album Pub’s Calling. Make sure you catch them setting the stage alight at one of the shows below.

  • 10th April – St James Wine Vaults – Bath
  • 11th April – Alleycat – London
  • 12th April – The King Billy Rock bar – Northampton
  • 13th April – To be announced
  • 14th April – The Iron Road, Evesham – Evesham
  • 15th April – The Chill Bar – Ilfracombe
  • 16th April – To be announced


Italian alternative metallers Anewrage are booked to play six UK shows this June following the release of the upcoming Life-Related Symptoms, out on the 7th of April. This will be a super special string of shows as this is their debut tour of Her Majesty’s kingdom. Get down there and give ’em a hearty welcome at one of the following dates this June:

  • 24th – Whitchurch, Percy’s
  • 25th – Bolton, The Alma Inn
  • 27th – Darwen, Sunbird Records
  • 28th – Sheffield, Mulberry Tavern
  • 29th – Birmingham, Subside
  • 30th – Evesham, The Iron Road

Broken Teeth

As the best new band of the UK hardcore scene, we are thrilled to tell you that Broken Teeth have announced a bunch of UK shows over the course of the next few months. Following the release of their excellent debut At Peace Amongst Chaos you would be nuts not to see them at one (or  more) of the shows below.

  • April 17th – Impericon Festival, Manchester Academy
  • April 25th – Cardiff, Full Moon
  • April 30th – Leeds, Outbreak Fest
  • May 15th – Manchester, Star & Garter
  • June 3rd – London Nambucca, Misery Fest

Twelve Foot Ninja / Uneven Structure

Twelve Foot Ninja have revealed an extensive list of dates as part of their “Outlier” European tour, running throughout April and into May which they are going begin to regret soon! Special guests Uneven Structure have been announced, releasing La Partition on April the 21st, midway through the tour. It would be a wise idea to make it to one of these shows because the bands will need a break after this expedition of Europe!

  • 10 April – Rebellion, Manchester UK
  • 11 April – Audio, Glasgow UK
  • 12 April – Think Tank, Newcastle UK
  • 13 April – The Flapper, Birmingham UK (SOLD OUT)
  • 14 April – Rock City Basement, Nottingham UK
  • 15 April – Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes UK
  • 17 April – The Underworld – London UK

Eclipse / One Desire

Labelmates and fellow hard-rock enthusiasts Eclipse and One Desire will tour the UK mid-April in support of their own albums, Monumentum and One Desire, both released on March 24th. For your dose of classic rock with an innovative modern twist, get your tickets now.

  • 19th April – Nottingham –  Rescue Rooms
  • 20th April – Bridgend – Hobos
  • 21st April – Glasgow – Cathouse
  • 22nd April – London – Borderline
  • 23rd April – Bristol – Thekla
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