In Case You Missed It (01/07/2018)

In Case You Missed It (01/07/2018)

Every weekend Already Heard gives you a rundown of what you have missed in the music world in the past seven days. ‘In Case You Missed It’ is your go-to source to find out all the latest tour news and music and video releases.

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New Music

Albums/EPs
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Songs

New Videos

Tour News

Ghost
September
9th Royal Albert Hall, London

Coheed & Cambria with CHON
October
9th Y-plas, Cardiff
10th Abc, Glasgow
12th O2 Academy, Newcastle
13th Academy, Manchester
14th O2 Academy, Birmingham
16th Roundhouse, London

Brian Fallon
February
5th Wylam Brewery, Newcastle
6th Queens Hall, Edinburgh
7th Albert Hall, Manchester
8th Tramshed, Cardiff
9th Union Chapel, London
22nd Junction, Cambridge
23rd St. Georges Church, Brighton
24th Komedia, Bath

Rolo Tomassi with Blood Command and Cassus
October
30th Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
31st The Anvil, Bournemouth
November
1st Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
2nd Waterfront, Norwich
9th Scala, London

Jimmy Eat World have been announced as support for Frank Turner‘s early 2019 tour.
January
22nd Arena, Birmingham
25th Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
27th First Direct Arena, Leeds
29th 02 Academy, Glasgow
February
1st Windsor Hall, Bournemouth
2nd Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
3rd Alexandra Palace, London

Nothing
December
2nd Patterns, Brighton
3rd Oslo, London
4th The Bullingdon – Oxford
5th The Fleece, Bristol
6th Soup Kitchen, Manchester
7th The Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
8th Stereo, Glasgow
9th The Cluny, Newcastle
10th Hare and Hounds, Birmingham
11th Joiners, Southampton

INK
September
9th The Garage, Glasgow
10th O2 Academy 2, Newcastle
12th Academy 3, Manchester
13th O2 Institute 3, Birmingham
14th The Garage, London

GLOO
August
3rd Wickham Festival, Wickham
15th The Thunderbolt, Bristol
16th The Islington, London
17th Sticky Mikes, Brighton
18th Bar 42, Worthing
21st The Globe, Newcastle
22nd Whiskers, Newquay
26th The Crown, Littlehampton

Cellar Darling
March
21st Studio, Sheffield
22nd North Wales Hammerfest
23rd The Globe, Cardiff
24th Hare & Hounds, Birmingham
26th The Waterfront Studio, Norwich
27th The Welly 2, Hull
28th Audio, Glasgow
29th On The Rox, Dublin
30th Academy 3, Manchester
31st The Jazz Café Camden, London

I, The Mapmaker
July
15th The Anvil, Bournemouth W/Hellions
23rd The Joiners, Southampton W/Palm Reader
27th Live At Harveys, Luton W/Decay The Ocean
September
16th Quadrant, Brighton W/ Greyhaven

The Regrettes
August
21st OPEN, Club Room, Norwich
22nd Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen, London

The Wild
November
07 The Black Heart, London
08 The Station, Cannock
09 Hangar 18, Swansea
10 Hard Rock Hell, Pwllheli

In The News

Steve Soto of Adolescents passed away peacefully in his sleep.

The Fever 333 will headline the second annual Heavy Music Awards at London KOKO on August 23rd, with support from Milk Teeth, Black Peaks and Coldbones.

Milk Teeth have parted ways with guitarist Chris Webb.

Manchester Orchestra have released their ‘I Know How to Speak’ documentary.

Jake Bowen, Matt Halpern, Mark Holcomb, Misha Mansoor and Spencer Sotelo of Periphery have formed their own label, 3DOT Recordings. It will serve as the label home for all Periphery releases as well as side projects from the band members, as well as releases from non-Periphery artists. Their first release is Four Seconds Ago, an electronic collaboration between Bowen and Mansoor.

Century Media have signed Backyard Babies.

Mae have re-signed with Tooth & Nail Records.

Portland’s Alien Boy have joined Tiny Engines.

Australian progressive metallers Voyager have signed with Season of Mist.

Album/EP Releases

July:
6th:
Aisles – Live From Estudio Del Sur EP
1. Clouds Motion
2. Shallow and Daft (ft. Catalina Blanco)
3. Still Alive
4. Club Hawaii

20th:
God Alone – Bent Shoulders (Rise Records)
1. Tiny Bantam
2. Heavy Metal
3. Firehouse
4. Stay Away, Professor
5. Ben Shoulders
6. Milk Drinkers
7. My Sabbath
8. Gold Rush
9. Impeach Bandana
10. David
11. The Flutist
12. Dreadnaught

27th:
URNE – The Mountain Of Gold EP

August:
3rd:
Down By Law – All In (Kung Fu Records)
1. Aperture
2. Boredom
3. Rebrand It
4. Carousel
5. Mountain
6. End Of Rhyme
7. Undone
8. Then & Tomorrow
9. Infatuation
10. Ride
11. Mannequin
12. Dear Fate

24th:
Alice In Chains – Rainer Fog (BMG)

31st:
Alien Boy – Sleeping Lessons (Tiny Engines)

September
7th:
El Ten Eleven – Banker’s Hill (Topshelf Records)

14th:
Deicide – Overtures Of Blasphemy (Century Media Records)

28th:
The Joy Formidable – AAARTH (Hassle Records)
1. Y Bluen Eira
2. The Wrong Side
3. Go Loving
4. Cicada (Land on Your Back)
5. All in All
6. What For
7. The Better Me
8. Absence
9. Dance of the Lotus
10. You Can’t Give Me
11. Caught on a Breeze

Four Seconds Ago – The Vacancy (3Dot Recordings)
1. Fadeaway
2. Galaxy
3. Bloodfrenzy
4. Listening Post Alpha
5. Nothing to Hide
6. Shadow Devil
7. Over and Out
8. The Revenge
9. The Great Silence
10. The Vacancy

October:
5th:
Ice Nine Kills – The Silver Scream (Fearless Records)

Festival News

False Advertising have been announced as headliners for the first UPGEFUKT Fest.

Demonic Resurrection, Democratus, Kinasis, Underdark, King Bison, Kilonova, Equinox, Cadance Noir, Ethyrfield, Barbarian Hermit, Servers, Psychotype, Skybrudd and SRD are the latest names to be announced for next month’s Bloodstock Open Air Festival.