Soundgarden reveal thirteen newly added shows to their recently announced July tour, including a performance at the Ottawa Blues Fest on July 5th – completing the Summer routing. The long awaited announcement of the band’s first tour in over 13 years was greeted with an outpouring of excitement –Rolling Stone dubbed it as one of the “Summers Hottest Tours.” Coheed and Cambria and The Mars Volta will open for Soundgarden on the first and second half of the tour respectively, and Queens of the Stone Age and Meat Puppets will join the band on the last two dates of the run.
The Kills guitarist Jamie Hince has said he believes the attention paid by acts such as Beyonce and her partner Jay-Z to their live shows ‘puts rock bands to shame’.
The wait is over!!! Just a little under a week away from its release date, Move Like This, The Cars‘ first record in 24 years, is available for your listening pleasure!
A few names immediately spring to mind when thinking of home town performances of the dizzyingly colossal variety. Muse brought the coast of Devon to a standstill with their Seaside Rendezvous. Oasis pencilled in a gathering of sixty thousand at the ground of their beloved Manchester City and last year Snow Patrol‘s umpteenth homecoming was the single highest-attended concert Northern Ireland had ever seen. But all of those are hard to compare to a Belfast gig from And So I Watch You From Afar.
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