Gigs This Week

New Yorkers Taking Back Sunday are scheduled to play Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Tuesday (14th February 2017). The band are out in support of their seventh studio LP, “Total Wave”, which dropped last September. Supports comes from former My Chemical Romance guitarist, Frank Iero and his band The Patience and Black Foxxes.

Californian-born singer/songwriter, Chuck Prophet is at Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Wednesday (15th February 2017). Prophet released his latest studio effort, “Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins” earlier this month.

Heavy metal band, Anthrax are scheduled to play Glasgow’s legendary Barrowland Ballroom on Wednesday (15th February 2017). The band released their latest LP, “For All Kings” last February, their first to feature guitarist, Jon Donais. Support comes from The Raven Age.

Trivium keep the heavy metal vibe going in Glasgow this week with a scheduled show at The Barrowland on Thursday (16th February 2017). The band, from Florida, released their seventh studio album, “Silence In The Snow” in October 2015; it features the singles, “Blind Leading The Blind”, “Until The World Goes Cold”, “Dead And Gone” and the LP’s title track. Support comes from Sikth and SHVPES.

Indie rock trio, Little Comets are at St Luke’s on Thursday (16th February 2017). The band, who formed in 2008, released their fourth studio LP, “Worhead” earlier this month. Support comes from Eliza And The Bear.

Seattle-b0rn rockers, Band Of Horses play Glasgow’s 02 Academy on Thursday (16th February 2017). The band, who formed in 2004, are supported by Isreal Nash. Band Of Horses released their fifth studio effort, “Why Are You OK?” last June.

Identical indie rockers, Tegan and Sara are at Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Friday (17th February 2017), The sisters, Tegan and Sara Quin, are from Canada and released their eighth studio effort, “Love You To Death” in June of last year. Support comes from Alex Lahey and Ria Mae.

Britpop gems, Dodgy are scheduled to play The Record Factory on Friday (17th February 2017). The band formed in Hounslow, London in 1990 and released their sixth studio LP, “What Are We Fighting For?” in September last year; their first studio album in 4 years.

Glasgow’s 02 ABC play host to English alt-rockers, Deaf Havana on Saturday (18th February 2017). The band are out in support of their latest studio effort, “All These Countless Nights” which dropped earlier this month; its features the tracks, “Trigger” and lead single, “Sing”.

Sunday will see Dundee’s finest, The View kick off the first of sixth consecutive sold out gigs at Glasgow’s King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut. Kyle Falconer and Co are out to celebrate a decade since they released their debut album, “Hats Off To The Buskers”.

 

 

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