For April we've got global megastars mixed with some of the very best rising stars across the Rock/Metal/Punk spectrum!



We've been strong supporters of Desertfest ever since it's inception five years ago. Easily one of the best festivals, probably globally, to showcase the phenomenal talent within the Stoner and Doom Metal scene. Desertfest always brilliantly brings together legendary acts with young bands breaking through and this year is absolutely no different. You've got everything from Corrosion of Conformity to Crowbar to Truckfighters to Conan to Godflesh to Electric Wizard and SO much more. The desert rolls in to Camden once again this April.

29th April - 1st May - Various Venues - Camden, London



Muse undoubtedly laid down one of the best festival headline slots we've ever seen at Download Festival last year. They've been changing the game for years, easily becoming one of of the most consistently brilliant live bands in music. These mega stars have got a host of dates throughout April including five, count them, FIVE huge shows at London's O2 Arena.

2nd April - Barclaycard Arena - Birmingham
3rd April - O2 Arena - London
5th April - 3Arena - Dublin
6th April - The SSE Arena - Belfast
8th April - Manchester Arena - Manchester
9th April - Manchester Arena - Manchester
11th April - O2 Arena - London
12th April - O2 Arena - London
14th April - O2 Arena - London
15th April - O2 Arena - London
17th April - SSE Hydro - Glasgow
18th April - SSE Hydro - Glasgow



When Babymetal stomped their way into the consciousness of every Metal fan, the feeling was that this was going to be a fad which would soon fade away. After a successful couple of festival slots, and a new album stacked with more riffs than you can even begin to contemplate, Babymetal are going absolutely nowhere yet. This is a one off date, but one which is very impressive indeed.

2nd April - Wembley SSE Arena - London



In support of the brand new album, Weezer have announced a short run of European dates which unfortunately only takes them to two UK venues on this run. A legendary band who's reputation live again excels much of what they've put on record.

3rd April - Academy One - Manchester
5th April - O2 Brixton Academy - London



This is a band who's rise has only just begun. PVRIS have made their mark big style in recent times, with the American Rock trio building a particularly huge fan base on this side of the pond. This may well be the last chance you get to see this band in venues this size.

2nd April - UEA NRLCR - Norwich
3rd April - Riverside - Newcastle
4th April - O2 ABC - Glasgow
6th April - Academy 1 - Manchester
7th April - O2 Kentish Town Forum - London
8th April - Great Hall - Cardiff
9th April - Birmingham - O2 Institute



With an album on the way which easily sits as one of the most anticipated records of 2016, Letlive are back and they're ready to blow our minds all over again. The band have announced a short stretch of dates both in the US and Europe to help them get back in to their maniacal groove.

21st April - Sound Control - Manchester
22nd April - The Dome - London
23rd April - The Underworld - London