This Week’s New Releases: Slipknot, Marika Hackman, Feeder And Bon Iver

This week everyone is talking about the latest LP from masked fiends Slipknot, but face-melting records aside there’s plenty more to be getting on with this week. Feeder are back with the follow up to 2016’s ‘All Bright Electric’ and Marika Hackman’s highly anticipated new album has arrived.

It’s also worth noting that Bon Iver have dropped their new album, ‘i,i’, three weeks early. It was originally slated to arrive on August 30 but you can stream and purchase it in full now.

Head below to find out what else’s on offer.

Bon Iver – ‘i,i’ (Jagjaguwar)

Elvis Presley – ‘Live 1969 – 11 CD Box Set’ (RCA/Legacy)

Feeder – ‘Tallulah’ (Feeder/Believe)

half·alive – ‘Now, Not Yet’ (RCA)

Marika Hackman – ‘Any Human Friend’ (AMF Records/Virgin EMI)

PP Arnold – ‘The New Adventures Of…PP Arnold’ (EarMusic via Absolute)

The Regrettes – ‘How Do You Love?’ (Warner)

Rick Ross – ‘Port Of Miami 2’ (Epic)

Rudimental – ‘Distinction’ EP (Major Tom’s/Asylum Records)

Slipknot – ‘We Are Not Your Kind’ (Roadrunner)

Snow Patrol – ‘Reworked EP 1’ (Polydor Records)

Strung Out – ‘Songs Of Armor And Devotion’ (Fat Wreck Chords)

Tori Kelly – ‘Inspired By True Events’ (Capitol Records/Schoolboy Records)


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Pre-Sale Tickets: Feeder To Support New Album ‘Tallulah’ With November Tour


The Welsh rock band will follow the release of ‘Tallulah’ with a UK tour during November, including two dates at Manchester’s Albert Hall and the Roundhouse in London.

Pre-sale for select dates opens at 10am on April 5, prior to general sale at 10am on April 8, priced £25/£27.50 plus fees.

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Top Tours This Week: The Script, Sean Paul, Kesha, The Corrs, Feeder, Marillion, The Stranglers and more…

Having secured their fourth Official Albums Chart Number 1, The Script have confirmed arena shows across the UK and Ireland in February. Jamaican rap star Sean Paul will return to the UK this autumn for shows at Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse and the O2 Academy Brixton in London, while Kesha and the Corrs also return to the capital for shows at Electric Brixton and the Royal Albert Hall, respectively. Spring will see Feeder embark on a greatest hits tour, the Stranglers will be joined by Therapy? for a marathon tour during March, and prog legends Marillion have announced seven new UK shows in April.

The Script

In addition to their recently announced Irish dates, the Dublin trio will perform at arenas in Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, Nottingham, Birmingham, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Newcastle, and Cardiff, culminating with a London show at the O2 Arena on February 23.
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Sean Paul

The Jamaican rapper will play Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse on November 7, followed by a date at the O2 Academy Brixton in London on November 9.
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The vocalist, who recently rolled out dates for the North American leg of her Rainbow tour, has lined up an intimate show at Electric Brixton in London on November 14.
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The Corrs

The Corrs will perform at the Royal Albert Hall in London on October 19, prior to the release of their new album, ‘Jupiter Calling’, which is set to follow on November 10.
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The Welsh rockers have lined up shows in Bristol, Norwich, Manchester, Glasgow, Leeds, Birmingham, Nottingham and London between March 7 and 17, in support of their upcoming ‘The Best Of’ compilation, which is due out on September 29.
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The prog legends will follow their autumn dates in London and Manchester with seven shows in spring, including stops in Gateshead, Cambridge, Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, Reading and Liverpool.
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The Stranglers

The new wave legends will be joined by Therapy? for shows in Liverpool, Glasgow, Inverness, Kilmarnock, Nottingham, Portsmouth, Bristol, Cardiff, Birmingham, Norwich, Southend, Leeds, Lincoln, London, Guildford, Reading, Newcastle, Cambridge and Manchester during March.
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Also announced this week, so far

White Rooms, The Classic Rock Show, Childhood, Bad Breeding, Wolves In The Throne Room, Spiral Stairs, The Eskies, Siobhan Wilson, Magic Mountain, Big Boy Bloater, The Front Bottoms, Embrace, Frank Turner, Ady Suleiman, Jake Bugg, GoldLink, Lord Huron, Blues Pills, Bianco Del Rio, Josh Ritter, Courage My Love, Kali Uchis, Paul Draper, Arcane Roots, Sigrid, To Kill A King, Amine, Fatherson, Pictish Trail, Jonnie Common, Beauty and The Beast Live in Concert, DMA’s, Pale Honey, Louise Redknapp, Big Thief, Daniel Caesar, Joe Lycett, Her’s, David Ramirez, Doldrums and many more.

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