In Case You Missed It (03/07/2016)

In Case You Missed It (03/07/2016)

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

Albums/EPs
blink-182 – California
Vanna – All Hell
Frameworks – Smother

Songs
Weezer – I Love The USA
Giraffe Tongue Orchestra – Crucifixion
Young Guns – Bulletproof
Night Verses – Panic and Pull Your Heart Out
Motionless In White – 570
Rob Lynch – Prove It!
Apologies, I Have None – Love & Medication
Happy Accidents – Facts and Figures
Doe – Sincere
NARCS – Empathy The Dog
To The Wind – Temporary Escape
Guttermouth – A Punk Rock Tale Of Woe
Trade Wind – Grey Light
Year Of Glad – Smoke Whips
The Holiday – The Good Life
Gideon – Pulling Teeth
Brightlight City – Thieves

New Videos

Blink-182 – Bored To Death
twenty one pilots – Heathens
Bring Me The Horizon – Avalanche
Taking Back Sunday – Tidal Wave
Every Time I Die – The Coin Has A Say
Sum 41 – Fake My Own Death
Whitechapel – Elitist Ones
Yellowcard – Rest In Peace
Black Peaks – White Eyes
Lonely The Brave – Dust & Bones
Of Mice & Men – Pain
Cane Hill – You’re So Wonderful
Thy Art Is Murder – They Will Know Another
The Front Bottoms – Ginger
Descendents – Victim Of Me
Dinosaur Jr – Tiny
In Dynamics – A String Of Losses
Set It Off – Something New
Mayday Parade – Let’s Be Honest
Capsize – Tear Me Apart
Phoenix Calling – Rescue Me
Hellions – Quality of Life
Puppy – Entombed
AJJ – Goodbye, Oh Goodbye
Cymbals Eat Guitars – 4th of July, Philadelphia (SANDY)
Faux – Inhale
Montroze – Somewhere I Belong
Landmarks – Cutting Strings
Eat Defeat – Shortcuts
Colt 45 – What You See Is What You Get
FOES – The Everest
We Were Sharks – How to Lose Your Cool
Steven Battelle – The Jump
My Iron Lung – Damage
Making Monsters – Call Me Out
Loa Loa – Only Son
Biters – The City Ain’t the Same
Thin Lips – My Mouth is Skinned Like an Apple
Islander – Bad Guy
HALFNOISE – Know The Feeling
The Adventures Of Lightspeed – Understand
Save Face – Preoccupied
The Five Hundred – Winters
Schemata Theory – Horror Show
The Kut – Bad Man
Cold Years – Death Chasers
A Joker’s Rage – California Love (Tupac & Dr Dre cover)
Hollow Bones – Altruistic Lung
ROOM 94 – Wild Ones
Heartaches – Deathlist
MassMatiks – 4AM

Tour News

Yellowcard will tour the UK for the final time in December. Support comes from Normandie and Kenneths.

December
11 O2 Academy, Bristol
12 O2 ABC, Glasgow
14 O2 Ritz, Manchester
15 O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London
17 Rock City, Nottingham
18 O2 Institute, Birmingham

Dinosaur Pile Up, The Xcerts and Lacey will be supporting Motion City Soundtrack on their farewell UK shows next month.

August
17 O2 Ritz, Manchester
18 O2 Institute 2, Birmingham
19 O2 Kentish Town Forum, London

Muncie Girls have announced a headline UK tour for later this year.

November
25 The Rainbow, Birmingham
26 Brudenell Games Room, Leeds
27 Think Tank, Newcastle
28 King Tuts, Glasgow
29 Sound Control, Manchester
30 Underworld, London
December
01 Cavern, Exeter

Emarosa will tour the UK in September in suppor tof their new album ‘131’.

September
25 Borderline, London
26 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
27 Sound Control, Manchester
28 G2, Glasgow
29 O2 Institute2, Birmingham

Counterparts and Expire will be coming over for a co-headline tour later this year. Supports come from Landscapes and Knocked Loose.

November
29th Talking Heads, Southampton
30th The Hub, Plymouth
December
1st Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
2nd Cathouse, Glasgow
3rd Sound Control, Manchester
4th The Parish, Huddersfield
5th Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
6th Underworld, London

The Front Bottoms will return to the UK later this year. Support comes from Gnarwolves.

November
19 Academy, Dublin
20 Rock City, Nottingham
21 O2 ABC, Glasgow
22 O2 Ritz, Manchester
23 O2 Institute, Birmingham
25 Northumbria University, Newcastle
26 Beckett SU, Leeds
28 O2 Academy, Bristol
29 1865, Southampton
December
03 O2 Forum, London

Ahead of the release of their soundtrack to the most anticipated game of the year ‘No Man’s Sky’, instrumental quartet 65daysofstatic have announced a UK tour to support its release.

November
14 Islington Assembly Hall, London
15 Marble Factory, Bristol
16 Plug, Sheffield
17 University Newcastle
18 Art School, Glasgow

Following the release of their critically acclaimed new album ‘Tired Of Tomorrow’, Philadelphia’s Nothing have announced a UK tour for this September.

September
11 Start The Bus, Bristol
12 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
13 Broadcast, Glasgow
14 Deaf Institute, Manchester
15 The Rainbow, Birmingham
16 Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen, London
17 Bleach, Brighton

Milestones and AshesToAngels will support Hawthorne Heights on next months ‘If Only You Were Lonely’ 10th anniversary UK tour.

August
9 Classic Grand, Glasgow
10 Sound Control, Manchester
11 The Exchange, Bristol
12 Dingwalls, London
13 Waterfront, Norwich
14 The Social, Southampton
16 The Scene, Swansea
17 O2 Academy3, Birmingham
18 The Parish, Huddersfield

19 The Live Rooms, Chester

Trash Boat have replaced Fit For A King as support on Beartooth’s December UK tour. Vanna will also be supporting.

December
8 02 Shepherd Bush Empire, London
9 Beckett, Leeds
10 Garage, Glasgow
11 02 Institute, Birmingham
12 02 Ritz, Manchester
13 Engine Rooms, Southampton
14 Tramshed, Cardiff
16 The Academy, Dublin
17 Limlight, Belfast

Allusondrugs will be back out on the road in August for a headline tour. Support comes from London indie-alt quartet MassMatiks.

August
3rd Camden Black Heart, London
4th Boileroom, Guildford
5th Lady Luck, Canterbury
6th Humber Street Sesh, Hull*

7th Joiners, Southampton
8th Underground, Plymouth
9th Cobblestones, Bridgewater
10th Firebug, Leicester
11th Sticky Mike’s, Brighton*

I Cried Wolf will tour with The Colour Line and Toy Mountains this Autumn.

September
29 The Scene, Swansea
30 O2 Academy 2, Oxford
October
01 The Alex, Southampton
03 The Hatchet, Bristol
04 Frog & Fiddle, Cheltenham

05 Hope & Ruin, Brighton
06 Subside Venue, Birmingham
08 Opium, Edinburgh
09 Nice N’ Sleazy, Glasgow
10 O’ Rileys, Hull
11 The Black Heart, London
12 ‘Secret Show’, Leicester
13 Eiger Studios, Leeds
14 Cobblestones, Bridgwater
15 A Carefully Planned Festival​, Manchester

Aussie skate punks The Decline will return to the UK later this month for a co-headline tour with Fair Do’s from Manchester.

July
29 Exchange, Bristol
30 Maguire’s Pizza, Liverpool
31 Nice And Sleazy, Glasgow
August
02 Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
03 Edge Of The Wedge, Portsmouth
04 Retro Bar​, Manchester

In The News

Taking Back SundaY will release their new album, ‘Tidal Wave’ on Hopeless Records on September 16th.

1. Death Wolf
2. Tidal Wave
3. You Can’t Look Back
4. Fences
5. All Excess
6. I Felt It Too
7. Call Come Running
8. Holy Water
9. In The Middle Of It All
10. We Don’t Go In There
11. Homecoming
12. I’ll Find A Way To Make It What You Want

Artful indie post-hardcore band Touché Amoré have confirmed their fourth LP will be titled ‘Stage Four’. It’ll be released through Epitaph Records on September 16th.

1. Flowers and You
2. New Halloween
3. Rapture
4. Displacement
5. Benediction
6. Eight Seconds
7. Palm Dreams
8. Softer Spoken
9. Posing Holy
10. Water Damage
11. Skyscraper (featuring Julien Baker)

Of Mice & Men will return on September 9th with the release of ‘Cold War’ through Rise Records.

1. Game of War
2. The Lie
3. Real
4. Like A Ghost
5. Contagious
6. –
7. Pain
8. The Hunger
9. Relentless
10. Down The Road
11. +
12. Away
13. Transfigured

After much anticipation, Giraffe Tongue Orchestra has announced details of their debut album. It’s called ‘Broken Lines’ and is due for release September 23rd on Party Smasher Inc./Cooking Vinyl. The band consists of William DuVall of Alice in Chains, Ben Weinman of The Dillinger Escape Plan, Brent Hinds of Mastodon, Pete Griffin of Dethklok and Thomas Pridgen of The Mars Volta.

Set It Off’s third full-length album will be titled ‘Upside Down’ and will be released on October 7th via Rude Records/Equal Vision Records.

1. Something New
2. Uncontainable
3. Life Afraid
4. Upside Down
5. Want
6. Diamond Girl
7. Tug Of War
8. Admit It
9. Hypnotized
10. Never Know
11. Crutch
12. Me w/o Us

The fourth album from Young Guns is titled ‘Echoes’ and will be released on September 16th.

1. Bulletproof
2. Echoes
3. Careful What You Wish For
4. Paranoid
5. Mad World
6. Awakening
7. Living In A Dream Is So Easy
8. Buried
9. Mercury In Retrograde
10. Paradise
11. Afterglow

Lonely The Brave will follow-up the release of their second LP, ‘Things Will Matter’ with an EP called ‘Dust & Bones’. It’ll include the album track of the same name alongside two new songs ‘Place Isn’t Lost’ and ‘Bottled Time’) and a cover of Pink Floyd’s ‘Comfortably Numb’.

Thy Art Is Murder, The Acacia Strain and Fit For An Autopsy will release a three-way split titled ‘The Depression Sessions’ on August 12th via Nuclear Blast. Made up of three original songs and three covers, the release includes the final Thy Art Is Murder material to feature now departed vocalist CJ McMahon.

1. Thy Art Is Murder – They Will Know Another
2. The Acacia Strain – Sensory Deprivation
3. Fit For An Autopsy – Flatlining
4. Thy Art Is Murder – Du Hast (RAMMSTEIN cover)
5. The Acacia Strain – Black Hole Sun (SOUNDGARDEN cover)
6. Fit For An Autopsy – The Perfect Drug (NINE INCH NAILS cover)

Southampton dirty-pop quartet Faux have set a release date of August 5th for their second EP. ‘Inhale’ will be released through Speaking Tongues (Digital) and Through Love Records (Vinyl).

LA-based rockers Beware of Darkness has revealed full details of their forthcoming LP, ‘Are You Real?’ It’s set for release on September 16th via Bright Antenna Records.

1. Muthafucka
2. Blood, Sex, Violence, & Murder
3. Dope
4. Summer Daze
5. Tell Me This Is Fate
6. Are You Real?
7. Angel
8. Surrender
9. Hieroglyphics
10. Sugar In The Raw
11. Beware
12. Delirium

Hellions will release their third album, ‘Opera Oblivia’ on July 29th via UNFD.

Like clockwork, Beans on Toast will release a new album on December 1st. The album is titled ‘A Spanner In The Works’ and will be released through Xtra Mile Recordings.

Phoenix, Arizona’s AJJ’s new album will be titled ‘The Bible 2’ and will be released through SideOneDummy Records on August 19th.

Indie punks Doe have confirmed their debut album will be titled ‘Some Things Last Longer than You’ and will be released on September 9th via Specialist Subject Records (UK) and Old Flame Records (US).

1. No. 1
2. Monopoly
3. Sincere
4. Turn Around
5. Respite
6. Anywhere
7. Last Ditch
8. Before Her
9. Corin
10. Something to Tell You

Australian duo Hockey Dad will release their new album ‘Boronia’ on August 12th.

1. Can’t Have Them
2. A Night Out With
3. So Tired
4. Jump the Gun
5. Hunny Bunny
6. I Need A Woman
7. Laura
8. Raygun
9. Dylan’s Place
10. Two Forever
11. Grange

Artery Recordings have signed Swedish group Heartaches. Their new release, ‘Svart’ will be released on August 12th.

1. Svart
2. Backyard Tree
3. Ruthless
4. I Will Never Exist
5. The Process
6. Deathlist (Feat. Tyler Shelton)

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