In Case You Missed It (01/10/2017)

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


Tigercub – Evolve Or Die EP
Idylls – The Barn
Future Teens – Hard Feelings
Cherry – Dumbness
Telethon – The Grand Spontanean

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Converge – Reptilian
Black Veil Brides – My Vow
Black Veil Brides – The Outsider
Tigercub – Into The Ashes
Can’t Swim – God Awful
Iron Chic – A Headache With Pictures
Laura Jane Grace – The Best Ever Death Metal Band in Denton
Bully – Kills to Be Resistant
blis. – Old Man
I The Mighty – Chaos In Motion
Sleep On It – Window
From Indian Lakes – I Feel It On the Back of My Neck
Icarus The Owl – Failed Transmissions
Sharptooth – Fuck You Donald Trump
Heavy Hearts – No Heaven
Floral Print – egg rites
GLOO – Force You
The By Gods – Something Real
Brenda – Children
Seven Stories High – Apathy
Tenements – Standing On The Backs Of Angels
Shining – Everything Dies

New Videos

The Darkness – Southern Trains
Anti-Flag – Racists
Milk Teeth – Nearby Catfight
The XCERTS – Daydream
Emarosa – Blue: Reimagined
Like Moths To Flames – Nowhere Left To Sink
In Hearts Wake – Overthrow
Counterparts – Swim Beneath My Skin
Have Mercy – Reaper
Hollywood Undead – Renegade
MAKEOUT – Ride It Out
Holding Absence – Heaven Knows
Movements – Colorblind
Diet Cig – Maid of the Mist
The Family – Ain’t Gonna Happen Like That
Our Last Night – 1-800-273-8255
We Came From Wolves – Haunt Me
Echoic – Blame
A Story Told – Feel Bad
Silent Screams – Low
Electric Wizard – See You In Hell
Kadavar – Tribulation Nation
MyChildren MyBride – XeN0
The Great Discord – Cadence
Sinsaenum – Ashes
Kublai Khan – B.C.
Statues – Unrest
Lay It On The Line – 120 Days
Huxtable – Super Toxic
The Dirty Youth – Hurricane
Nelson Can – Stonewall Fran
Fathoms – B.E.L.I.E.V.E.
Strawberry Girls – First Kiss
Deadly Circus Fire – Shinigami Fall
Haliwel – Crack in the Frame
Hostile Array – Herd Instinct
Decrypted – Equinox Of Eternal Embers

Tour News

Bowling For Soup have announced ‘The Get Happy Tour’ for February 2018. It will see BFS perform their breakthrough album, ‘Drunk Enough To Dance’ in its entirety. They’ll be joined by The Aquabats and Army Of Freshmen, who will be celebrating their 20th anniversary as a band.

9th O2 Academy, Glasgow
10th O2 Academy, Newcastle
11th O2 Academy, Sheffield
12th Rock City, Nottingham
13th O2 Academy, Birmingham
14th UEA, Norwich
15th O2 Apollo, Manchester
16th Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
17th O2 Academy Brixton, London

Machine Head have revealed details of their May 2018 UK tour. Named after their forthcoming ‘Catharsis’ LP, the 10 date tour will see them once again host “An Evening With…” shows.

Sun 13th Guildhall, Southampton
Mon 14th University, Cardiff
Tue 15th O2 Academy, Bristol
Thu 17th O2 Academy, Birmingham
Fri 18th Roundhouse, London
Sat 19th Roundhouse, London
Mon 21st Rock City, Nottingham
Tue 22nd O2 Academy, Newcastle
Wed 23rd O2 Academy, Glasgow
Fri 25th Academy, Manchester

Black Veil Brides and Asking Alexandria will be bringing the ‘Resurrection Tour’ to the UK/EU in January.

Tue 23rd 02 Academy, Birmingham
Wed 24th Academy, Manchester
Thu 25th 02 Academy, Glasgow
Sat 27th 02 Brixton Academy, London

Miss May I have announced a run of six UK dates for January 2018. They’ll be joined by Fit For A King, Void Of Vision and Currents.

22 Talking Heads, Southampton
23 G2, Glasgow
24 Mama Roux’s, Birmingham
25 The Bread Shed, Manchester
26 Underworld, London
27 Exchange, Bristol

Tall Ships will play three farewell shows in December.

14 Thekla, Bristol
15 Brudenell, Leeds
16 Tufnell Park Dome, London

Devil Sold His Soul and Press to MECO will be joining SikTh on their December UK tour.

Sat 2 Academy 3, Manchester
Sun 3 Garage, Glasgow
Mon 4 Institute, Birmingham
Wed 6 SWX, Bristol
Thu 7 Concorde 2, Brighton
Fri 8 KOKO, London

Apologies, I Have None and Kamikaze Girls have announced a UK tour together for this December 2017.

13 Partisan, Manchester
14 Bloc, Glasgow
16 Cathays Community Centre, Cardiff
17 Exchange, Bristol
18 Hoe & Ruin, Brighton
19 Montague Arms, London

Muskets and Wallflower will be heading out on a short UK tour together next month.

25 Level 3, Swindon
26 Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
27 Underground, Newcastle
28 2Q Festival, Lincoln*
29 Boileroom, Guildford
* Wallflower only

VIMIC, the band put together by musician and former Slipknot drummer, Joey Jordison, are set to play a one-off show at London’s 100 Club on Wednesday 15th November.

Venom Prison have announced that they will be going on a UK tour with Corrupt Moral Altar and God Complex this November.

11 Thekla, Bristol
12 The Black Heart, London
13 The Flapper, Birmingham
14 Classic Grand, Glasgow
15 The Key Club, Leeds
16 The Star & Garter, Manchester

The Family will be joining up with The Temple for a short run of co-headline shows later this year.

10th The Swan, Worksop
11th Bridge Inn, Rotherham
12th O’Rileys, Hull
1st Alma Inn, Bolton

Helpless have been confirmed as the main support at Nails’ two UK headline shows this November.

03 Cathouse, Glasgow
04 Damnation Festival, Leeds*
05 The Underworld, London
* Nails only

Eva Plays Dead have announced a headline run in November, supported by Black Orchid Empire.

02 Subside, Birmingham
03 Cobblestones, Bridgwater
04 Santiago Bar, Leeds
16 Frog & Fiddle, Cheltenham
17 Sanctuary, Basingstoke

In The News

Black Veil Brides’ fifth album, ‘VALE’, on January 12th via Lava / Republic Records.

Don Broco’s new album will be called ‘Technology’ and is set to be released January 26th, 2018.

Every Time I Die have confirmed drummer Daniel Davison has left the band. He has been temporary replaced by Clayton “Goose” Holyoak of Norma Jean.

Milk Teeth have announced they will release a new EP called ‘Go Away’. It’s due to be released on November 17th on Roadrunner Records.

Weezer, Rise Against, Frank Iero, The Xcerts, Counterfeit, Employed To Serve and Tigercub have been announced for BBC Radio 1 Rock Show’s ROCKTOBER live session series next month.

Creeper will be teaming up with independent publisher 404 Ink to release a novel titled ‘The Last Days of James Scythe’.

California alt-rockers Movements have shared details of their debut album. ‘Feel Something’ will be released on October 20th via Fearless Records.

1. Full Circle
2. Third Degree
3. Colorblind
4. Daylily
5. Deadly Dull
6. Fever Dream
7. Suffer Through
8. Deep Red
9. Under The Gun
10. Submerge
11. The Grey

Tall Ships have announced they are splitting up.

UK metalcore band Silent Screams have joined Long Branch Records. Their new album will be released in 2018.

Bristol melodic punk band, The Run Up have shared details of their self-titled debut album. It will be released on November 15th through Real Ghost Records (UK), Get Party Records (CA) and Amistand (CH).

2. Busted
3. Line ‘Em Up
4. Shark
5. More Colours
6. Learning Loss
7. Hurting So Much it Laughs
8. Before
9. Terrance
10. Sociopath’s Salute

Following last week’s signing, Tampa Bay post-hardcore quintet LIMBS has announced that they will be releasing their new EP, ‘SLEEP’, on October 27th, via Equal Vision Records.

1. Poison
2. Rat
3. Eyes
4. Bones
5. Ruin
6. Sleep

Welsh pop-punk quintet, Seven Stories High, have revealed details of their new EP. ‘Deadweight’ will be independently released on November 24th.

1. Apathy
2. Midas
3. Hoax
4. Alchemy Part

Portland-based Icarus The Owl’s forthcoming album, ‘Rearm Circuits’, is set to be released December 1st, 2017 via Blue Swan Records.

1. Failed Transmissions
2. Dream Shade
3. Ghosts of Former Lives
4. The Vanishing Point
5. Coma Dreams
6. DoubleSleep
7. Do Not Resuscitate
8. The Renaissance Of Killing Art
9. Hidalgo’s Secret Hideout
10. Burial Vows
11. Dimensions
12. Shadowboxing

Los Angeles progressive rock group, Perfect Beings, have signed with InsideOut Music for their upcoming new album, due January 2018.

Progressive doom-mongers King Goat have joined cult label Aural Music. Their second LP is expected for release in early 2018.

Festival News

The full lineup for next weekend’s Might As Fest III have been revealed. It’s set to take place at The Old Blue Last & The Macbeth Of Hoxton in London.

The full lineup: Kamikaze Girls, Better Than Never, Sweet Little Machine, Eat Defeat, Almeida, You Know The Drill, Don Blake, Sombulanc, Harker, The Sour Taste, Mixtape Saints, The Burnt Tapes, Maypine, Lay It On The Line, Tom Aylott, Our Lives In Cinema, Recap, Wild Tales and Arms & Hearts.
Limited £10 Early Bird Tickets On Sale Now


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