Manic Street Preachers - God Save the Manics
NME.COM feature on Manic Street Preachers - God Save the Manics album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 20 April 2005
Eclectic of style. Political in content. Ah... the Manics return
After the string of Brit awards, the Number One anthems, the lighters waving in the air, you can see why Manic Street Preachers feel the need to prove they're still red in tooth, claw and ideology. Back in the days when they were promising to split up as soon as they had released an album, they had to struggle for acceptance as a band of substance and seriousness: now, weighted down with...
- Mar 19, 2001
Festival Number 6, Portmeirion, Sunday, September 15
- Sep 27, 2013
The former generation terrorists slide gracefully into middle age, but still have a few new tricks up their sleeves
- Sep 12, 2013
The O2, London, December 17th
- Jan 6, 2012
|Mar 28, 2014||First Direct Arena||Leeds|
|Mar 29, 2014||Motorpoint Arena||Sheffield|
|Mar 29, 2014||Motorpoint Arena Cardiff||Cardiff||
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|Mar 31, 2014||De Montfort Hall||Leicester|
|Apr 01, 2014||O2 Apollo||Manchester|
The band announce the follow-up their 2013 album 'Rewind The Film'
The 20th anniversary of the band's classic 1994 album is coming up next year (2014)
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