News Update: 30th April 2009

April 30, 2009 – 10:56

Check out the official video for Placebo’s upcoming single “For What It’s Worth”. The track is released on June 1st and is taken from the band’s new album “Battle For The Sun” which will be released on June 8th

30 Seconds To Mars End Legal Drama By Rejoining EMI. Jared Leto tells fans that ”reuniting is the best route for the music” as the band resign with former label

Fake Problems will be bringing their raucous live show to the UK prior to their previously announced dates with the lauded Frank Turner. Kicking off with slots at Reading and Leeds festival at the end of August, this band of exuberant Floridians play a one-off UK headline date at Brighton Freebutt in August before heading out to mainland Europe and then returning back to the UK in October

It’s with great sadness that Decadence announce that this Saturday (2nd May) will be the last Decadence at Trash Palace (11 Wardour Street, Soho, London W1). This is due to yet another central London venue having been sold and from next week will change it’s name and become a Chinese karaoke bar! So make sure you get down this Saturday for a last rock-out. Doors will be open from 10pm – 4am, and admission is just £4 for members, £5 with a flyer and £6 without. The bar stocks Kopparberg pear cider and sells pints of Snakebite for just £3.70! They’ll be taking a week off next Saturday, but will be opening at their new venue on Saturday 16th May. Watch this space for more details about this closer to the time

Acey Slade will be bringing his Burlace Beauties & Leg Show Review to The Fly in New Oxford Street, London, UK on Wednesday 13th May which Acey promises will not be your average rock n roll show. Advance tickets are available now priced at £7.50 plus booking fee from URL or by phone 0844 847 2424. For more information read Acey’s blog about the upcoming tour

Underoath video blog their time in Europe (Deutschland, Austria, Italy & Switzerland, Belgium and England), plus the band’s new video for single ‘Too Bright To See, Too Loud To Hear’ was premiered globally on MySpace last week and picked up an astonishing 100,000 views within its first 24 hours online

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