In Case You Missed It (01/05/2016)

Every weekend Already Heard gives you a run down 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

Greaver – The Faun
Belvedere – The Revenge Of The Fifth
Dowsing – Okay
A Dead Forest Index – Approved by Savages
Colt 45 – Snakes & Ladders
Haybaby – Blood Harvest
Hurry – Guided Meditation
Patrick Craig – True Story
Recreations – Baby Boomers 2
Vexxes – Common Ground EP
Bailer – Shaped By The Landscape
Commonweather – Apparitions EP

blink-182 – Bored To Death
Pierce The Veil – Circles
Tiny Moving Parts – Common Cold
Band Of Skulls – So Good
Dance Gavin Dance – Lemon Meringue Tie
Nothing – The Dead Are Dumb
Dead! – You’re So Cheap
The Jelly Jam – Stain On The Sun
Matt Grocott & The Shrives – What Are You Taking?
Loa Loa – Monet
Thrice – Black Honey
The Gospel Youth – Guidelines
Clique – Boundaries
Grand Magus – Forged In Iron – Crowned In Steel
Hot Mass – Repeat
Sneeze – Food
Hit The Lights – Blasphemy Myself And I
FROST* – Heartstrings
No Sinner – Hollow
As Lions – White Flags
Faye – Ancient Bones

New Videos

Hatebreed – Looking Down the Barrel of Today
Saosin – Control And The Urge To Pray
Dowsing – Red Legs Kicking
The Movielife – Future Feeling (Afraid Of Drugs)
Witterquick – Soldiers
Reigning Days – Empire
Sad Blood – The Worriers
Away Days – Through The Night
Abandoned By Bears – Good Terms
NO//LIARS – Catalyst
Living Means – The Downside
The Run Around – A Voice
Alive In Barcelona – Back To Life
Monster Treasure – Wake Up
The Hostiles – To Err Is Human
Set For The Sky – Left Behind
IDestroy – State Of The Art
Cold Collective – Tred
Hail The Sun – Paranoia
Secret Space – Stars
BackWordz – Statism (Ft. Craig Mabbitt of Escape The Fate)
Embers Of Eden – Dark

Tour News

Panic! At The Disco announced a UK tour and has nearly completely sold out.

17 Apollo, Manchester (SOLD OUT)
18 Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff (SOLD OUT)
19 Alexandra Palace, London (SOLD OUT)
20 Alexandra Palace, London

Pierce The Veil have announced they will be returning to the UK and Ireland this Autumn for a headline tour.

Fri 25th Great Hall, Cardiff
Satur 26th O2 Academy, Birmingham
Sun 27th O2 Brixton Academy, London
Tues 29th Rock City, Nottingham
Wednes 30th O2 Academy, Newcastle
Thurs 1st Barrowlands, Glasgow
Fri 2nd Academy 1, Manchester
Sun 4th Mandela Hall, Belfast
Mon 5th Academy, Dublin
Tues 6th Academy, Dublin

Superheaven will play a final London show at The Lexington on Sunday August 28th as part of their final visit to the UK. Last week the quartet announced they would be going on an indefinite hiatus following a final North American tour and an appearance at Reading and Leeds Festival.

Pity Sex have confirmed they will be returning to the UK in October for a headline run.

05 Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton
06 Louisiana, Bristol
07 Soup Kitchen, Mancheste
08 Headrow House, Leeds
09 Studio 2, Liverpool
10 Hug And Pint, Glasgow
11 Corporation, Sheffield
12 Oslo, London

In This Moment have been forced to cancel their upcoming European tour due to an injury sustained by lead guitarist Chris Howorth. He is currently being treated and unable to perform for the foreseeable future.

Allusondrugs and Fizzy Blood will be going out on a short co-headline run in June.

Monday 6th Fighting Cocks, Kingston
Tuesday 7th Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
Wednesday 8th Le Pub, Newport
Thursday 9th Frog & Fiddle, Cheltenham
Friday 10th The Magnet, Liverpool
Saturday 11th Long Division Festival, Wakefield

Being As An Ocean will be playing three UK shows as part of a European tour in June.

21 The Hub, Plymouth
22 Hobos, Bridgend
23 The Fighting Cocks, Kingston upon Thames

The Appleseed Cast have revealed a full UK tour.

08 Firebug, Leicester
09 The Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
10 The Classic Grand, Glasgow
11 The Factory, Manchester
12 Sanctuary, Basingstoke
13 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
14 The Junction, Plymouth
15 The Social Club, Southampton
16 The Ballroom, Canterbury
17 Brighton The Garage, London
18 Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton

Corby sludge sextet Raging Speedhorn have announced a nine date tour. Stoneghost and By Any Means will join them as support.

Fri 15 Arts Centre, Colchester
Sat 16 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
Sun 17 Arts Club Loft, Liverpool
Mon 18 o2 ABC 2, Glasgow
Tue 19 Key Club, Leeds
Wed 20 o2 Academy 3, Birmingham
Thu 21 Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
Fri 22 The Wheatsheaf, Oxford
Sat 23 The Underworld, London

Create To Inspire will support Napoleon on the following dates:

01 The Anvil, Bournemouth
02 The Joiners, Southampton
03 The Westcoast Bar, Margate
04 O2 Islington Academy 2, London
05 The Black Prince, Northampton
06 Vintage Rockbar, Doncaster
07 The Key Club, Leeds
08 The Central, Newcastle
09 Opium, Edinburgh
10 Classic Grand, Glasgow
11 Rebellion, Manchester
12 Frog & Fiddle, Cheltenham
13 The Hatchet Inn, Bristol
14 Underground, Plymouth

Adelphia will be touring with Everybody Looks Famous and Glass Giants next month.

16 Bodega, Nottingham
17 The Rainbow, Birmingham
18 The Stag & Hounds, Bristol
19 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
20 Factory, Manchester
21 Head Of Steam, Newcastle

French pop punks Stay Gone will be teaming up with Aberdeen’s Campfires for a UK tour this summer.

18 The Joiners, Southampton
19 Frog And Fiddle, Cheltenham
20 Rewind, Wrexham
21 Opium – Alternative Club & Bar, Edinburgh
22 Percy’s Cafe Bar, Whitchurch
23 Alma Inn, Bolton
24 Tooting Tram & Social, London

In The News

blink-182 will release their first album with guitarist Matt Skiba on July 1st. The album is called ‘California.’

1. Cynical
2. Bored to Death
3. She’s out of Her Mind

4. Los Angeles
5. Sober
6. Built This Pool
7. No Future
8. Home Is Such a Lonely Place
9. Kings of the Weekend
10. Teenage Satellites
11. Left Alone
12. ExplicitRabbit Hole
13. San Diego
14. The Only Thing That Matters
15. California
16. Brohemian Rhapsody

Code Orange have signed to Roadrunner Records.

Bayside’s new album will be titled ‘Vacancy’ and will be released through Hopeless Records on August 19th.

1. Two Letters
2. I’ve Been Dead All Day
3. Enemy Lines
4. Not Fair
5. Pretty Vacant
6. Rumspringa (Heartbreak Road)
7. Mary
8. Maybe, Tennessee
9. The Ghost
10. It Doesn’t Make It True
11. It’s Not As Depressing As It Sounds

Exeter-based rock newcomers Witterquick have joined LAB Records. Their debut EP ‘Beneath The Spinning Lights’ will be released on 17th June.

After a five year break, Akercocke have reformed with original members Jason Mendonca, Paul Scanlan and David Gray being joined by bass player Nathaniel Underwood. They are currently working on their 6th album and will make their first live appearance in five years at Bloodstock Open Air Festival on Friday 12th August.

Members of Deftones and Bad Brains have formed a new band called Saudade. A self-titled track is available for free via BitTorrent.

Emarosa will return on July 8th with their Hopeless Records debut – ‘131.’

1. Hurt
2. One Car Garage
3. Sure
4. Miracle
5. Cloud 9
6. Helpless
7. Porcelain
8. Never
9. Young Lonely
10. Blue
11. Re

Music for Nations have announced that they will release Opeth’s critically acclaimed live album ‘Lamentations’ for the very first time on triple vinyl on 22nd July.

Prog innovators Periphery are set to release ‘Periphery III: Select Difficulty’ through Century Media Records on July 22nd.

Members of 33, Dividers and The Arteries have got together to form a new band called Hot Mass. The Swansea quartet will release their debut album, ‘Nervous Tensions,’ soon through All In Vinyl (UK), Brassneck Records (UK) and Waterslide Records (Japan) soon.

Chicago punks Tens will release their self-titled album on June 10th.

1. Eternal Palms
2. Acid Reflux Reux
3. A Political Song About Cassette Tapes
4. Awkward Situation
5. Axiology (12.30)
6.Chicago Hope
7. Mayday
8. Finish What We Started
9. An Evening At Sawyer’s Gate
10. Doublesandinistanoworcetershire
11. Tug of War

Equal Vision Records’ Hail The Sun will release their new full-length, ‘Culture Scars’ on June 17th.

1. Paranoia
2. Entertainment Lies
3. Body Damage

4. Words of Gratitude (Parents)
5. The “Fun” in Dysfunction
6. The People That Protect Us
7. Burn Nice and Slow (The Formative Years)
8. Never Kill a Mouse Let it Kill Itself
9. Ministry of Truth
10. Doing the Same Thing and Expecting Different Results

Thousand Foot Krutch have set a release date of June 17th for their new album – ‘EXHALE.’

South Yorkshire’s pop punk and emo collective This Party Sucks, have released a one-off compilation mixtape showcasing tracks from the best bands in the region. The online mixtape features exclusive and unreleased tracks from O Captain, Cast Ashore, Cadavers, Shark Bait and River City, in addition to previously released tracks from Mathletics, Thumbuster, Fierce Morgan and more.

1. O Captain – Rotten In Denmark (Exclusive)
2. Bad Blood – Up Sycamore
3. Cast Ashore- There’s More To Me (Unreleased)
4. Fierce Morgan – Elders
5. Cadavers – Fashion Kills (Unreleased)
6. River City – Wesker (Unreleased)
7. Thumbuster – Foam
8. Mathletics. – Noah Vs The Whale
9. Seconds Apart – Young/Naïve
10. Shark Bait – Charlie & The Waitress (Unreleased)
11. Taxi For Bob – If You’re Not Dreaming You’re Just Sleeping
12. No More Nostalgia – Talking

Secret Space have just announced their debut album ‘The Window Room,’ via Equal Vision Records on June 17th.

1. PxCz
2. I’ve Come Around
3. The Window Room
4. Second Life
5. Cast Iron
6. Beyond The Display
7. Stars
8. Say What You Will
9. The Window Room 2
10. Suffer In

Boston trio Sneeze have confirmed they will release a new EP titled ‘Rot’ through Glory Kid Records on September 23rd.

1. Troll
2. Movie Sex
3. Food
4. Bag
5. Sleep Breath
6. Rot

Festival News

Zebrahead, Black Spiders, HECK, Reckless Love, The Algorithm, Fort Hope, Palm Reader, Wars, Fizzy Blood, Kenneths, Oxygen Thief, Brightlight City, and Pretend Happy are some of the latest names to be added to Camden Rocks. However Escape The Fate and We Are The Ocean have pulled out of the festival.

mewithoutYou, Cleft, Gallops and Enemies are amongst 23 bands who have been added to ArcTanGent. The other names announced today are Knifeworld, Let’s Talk Daggers, Eugene Quell, Adam Betts, Vasudeva, Viva Belgrado, Fall Of Messiah, Zeus, Intervals, Plini, The Brackish, Envoys, Bearded Youth Quest, Super Goliath, FOES, Weddings, Space Blood, Classically Handsome Brutes and Sleep Kit.

Xtra Mile Records will be taking over the Axiom Stage at 2000 Trees Festival for the whole of Thursday 7th July.

The latest round of bands for Bloodstock Open Air Festival have been confirmed and sees Akercocke, Desert Storm, Divine Chaos, Poseidon, Mordrake, Rabid Bitch Of The North, and Rest In Fear joining the bill.


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