Introducing you to one of our new features for this year where we will simply give you a run-down of all of the best tours across the UK each month! Considering we are so early in the year, looking at the list below February could very well contain potential gigs of the year.



Slipknot are on fire at the moment with the tour in support of .5: The Gray Chapter extending almost monthly. Following on from thunderous shows across arenas last year and a headlining set at Download Festival, Slipknot are already heading back to their second home for a short run of dates. Suicidal Tendencies and Sikth supporting at all dates.

8th February - Cardiff - Motorpoint Arena
9th February - London - Alexandra Palace
10th February - London - Alexandra Palace
12th February - Birmingham - Genting Arena
13th February - Leeds - First Direct Arena

Coheed & Cambria


Coheed & Cambria returned last year with The Color Before The Sun - an album which ended up in many of the ‘Album Of The Year’ lists. It’s only a short run of dates, but this band have always delivered live, most recently in the UK at Hevy Fest last year. Glassjaw supporting at all dates.

31st January - Cardiff - Uni Great Hall
1st February - Manchester - O2 Ritz
2nd February - London - O2 Kentish Town Forum

Parkway Drive


This year is set to be absolutely massive for Parkway Drive. The band released the phenomenal Ire last year and the wave of momentum since has led them towards their biggest ever UK tour and a recently announced Main Stage slot at Reading & Leeds this year. Bury Tomorrow and Thy Art Is Murder are supporting at all dates.

12th February - London - O2 Academy Brixton
13th February - Manchester - O2 Apollo
14th February - Glasgow - O2 Academy
15th February - Birmingham - O2 Academy

All Time Low


Despite being a bit more ‘Pop’ than ‘Punk’, Pop-Punk stars All Time Low have exploded in to the world of arenas and are set for a short run of dates next month. The band are supporting last year’s release Future Hearts. Good Charlotte and Against The Current are supporting at all dates.

10th Feb - Cardiff - Motorpoint Arena
11th Feb - London - O2 Arena
12th Feb - Manchester - Manchester Arena
13th Feb - Birmingham - Barclaycard Arena
15th Feb - Glasgow - SSE Hydro

The Hell


The Hell released their third album Brutopia last year and in their continual mission to smash through Hardcore, pissing off as many people as they can, is as strong as ever. Their live shows are always, always, chaotic so head along and succumb to the Brutocalypse.

12th Feb - Margate - Westcoast Bar
18th Feb - London - The Macbeth
19th Feb - Southampton - Talking Heads
20th Feb - Swansea - Sin City
26th Feb - Corby - The Hut
27th Feb - Bristol - Fat Lip

Skunk Anansie


Alternative rockers Skunk Anansie recently released their sixth studio album Anarchytecture and with that comes a big European Tour. Unfortunately the tour only includes two UK dates but we’re sure that both shows are going to be brilliant.

4th Feb - Manchester - The Albert Hall
5th Feb - London - O2 Forum Kentish Town

Neck Deep


Neck Deep’s star is seriously rising at the moment as the Pop-Punk unit are riding the wave of momentum which exploded after their second album Life’s Not Out To Get You. The band are also bringing a strong set of bands with them making this one of the best tour packages in early 2016. State Champs, Creeper and Light Years are supporting on all dates.

1st Feb - Birmingham - Institute
2nd Feb - Glasgow - O2 Academy
4th Feb - Manchester - Academy
5th Feb - Cardiff - Great Hall
6th Feb - London - O2 Forum Kentish Town