Royal Blood

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Run The Jewels x Royal Blood Share “The Ground Below (Royal Jewels Remix)”

By: Staff – Run The Jewels have teamed up with Royal Blood for a speaker-shredding new version of “The Ground Below”, which you can stream below. The original version of ‘the ground below’ can be found on Run The Jewels’ acclaimed new album RTJ4. This defiant, powerful and completely overhauled sequel is a transatlantic collaboration … Continue reading

Royal Blood Returns With New Track “Trouble’s Coming”

By: Staff – UK hard rock band Royal Blood has released a brand new track “Trouble’s Coming”, which you can stream below. An early taste of their forthcoming album, which is due in Spring 2021, the duo showcase their patented, granite-heavy bass and drums attack, which is now flavored by fresh influences: Daft Punk, Justice and … Continue reading

Royal Blood Announce 2020 U.S. Headline Tour Dates

By: Staff – BRIT Award-winning UK rock band Royal Blood return to the road for a 2020 North American headline tour. The tour kicks off on Sunday, May 3rd in Nashville, TN, visits markets across the South and the Midwest, and concludes Thursday, May 14th in Grand Rapids, MI. Bones UK joins as support on all dates. Tickets … Continue reading

Photos + Review: Queens of the Stone Age, Royal Blood @ Budweiser Stage

Photos by: Tyler Roberts – Review by: Curtis Sindrey – Hard Rock royalty Queens of the Stone Age brought their “Villains World Tour” to Budweiser Stage in Toronto last night in what was their biggest North American show to date to play a no-nonsense 21-song set that prominently featured tracks from their new Mark Ronson-produced album, Villians. “Toronto, … Continue reading

Photos: Royal Blood @ Velvet Underground

Photos by: Katrina Lat –  UK hard rock band Royal Blood, who will release their second album, How Did We Get So Dark?, on June 16th, which will feature the single “Lights Out”, performed at the Velvet Underground in Toronto last night during the annual 102.1 The Edge Secret Thing concert.

Royal Blood Announces New Album “How Did We Get So Dark?”

By: Staff – After becoming the biggest breaking UK rock band with their self-titled 2014 debut album, Royal Blood’s eagerly anticipated second album, How Did We Get So Dark?, will be released on June 16th on Warner Bros. Records. The album’s lead single and video “Lights Out” is now available. Watch the video below. Royal Blood’s breakthrough was huge. Their … Continue reading

Pixies announce new album “Head Carrier”

By: Staff – Pixies have announced that their sophomore “post-reunion” album, Head Carrier, will be released on September 30th via Pixiesmusic/Play It Again Sam.  The 12-track collection of the band’s unique aural mix of surrealism, psychedelia, dissonance and surf rock was produced by Tom Dalgety (Killing Joke, Royal Blood) and recorded at London’s Rak Studios from mid-February through to mid-March this year. Get a … Continue reading

Photos: FEQ 2015 – Foo Fighters, Royal Blood

Photos by: Curtis Sindrey (@SindreyCurtis) & Renaud Philippe – Grammy-winning rock band Foo Fighters, who released their eighth album, Sonic Highways, on November 10th, 2014 via RCA, performed a brief four-song set at FEQ 2015 in Quebec City last night due to severe thunderstorms, along with UK hard rock duo Royal Blood, who released their self-titled debut … Continue reading

Photos: Royal Blood, Mini Mansions @ Metro Chicago

Photos by: Katie Kuropas –  UK hard rock duo Royal Blood, who released their self-titled debut album on August 22nd, 2014 via Warner Bros., which spawned the singles “Out of the Black”, “Little Monster”, “Come On Over”, “Figure It Out”, and “Ten Tonne Skeleton”, and who are confirmed to support Foo Fighters on select North American Dates in July and August, … Continue reading

Concert Review + Photos: Royal Blood, Kan Wakan @ Lee’s Palace

By: Daniel Gerichter (@ZenDonut) – If you’ve walked by Lee’s Palace over the last twenty five years or so, you might have seen a wrinkled piece of paper in a dingy little display window. On that sheet, you’ll see a list of names: Nirvana, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Oasis, Arctic Monkeys. Iconic acts who’ve experienced their humble … Continue reading