Some news of an ongoing tour to help bring in the weekend here at Scribes. The wonderfully unique art rock group The Red Paintings began their UK tour yesterday In Stoke. But fans who will be seeing them on some of the other tour dates now have more to look forward to as additional bands have joined other dates on the tour.
Texas natives Crown The Empire are generally always busy, and 2015 has been no exception for them. Since their formation around the turn of the decade, they've put out regular releases and toured extensively. 2015 has been no different, as Crown The Empire have just released an update to their album The Resistance.
Well, all the news is out there now. Download 2016 doesn't have any "new" headliners, but they've secured the return of the band who arguably gave the festival it's best ever headline performance. Back in 2013, Rammstein wowed the masses at Donington, with the organisers finally landing them after years of trying.
Black Stone Cherry, what can be said about a band that is proving they have the meat and the muscle to rightfully claim their throne as Southern Rock Royalty?
Last night brought us Iron Maiden. Tonight brings us Black Sabbath. The forefathers of heavy metal have been confirmed as the headline act for Download Festival 2016's Saturday night, confirming something that has been speculated on by fans and media for weeks.