In Case You Missed It (03/09/2017)

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


Blindwish – Good Excuses
Skywalker – Sugar House
Figure It Out – Silence Isn’t Golden EP
Skies In Motion – Life Lessons
Rebuilder – Sounds From The Massachusetts Turnpike
Julie & The Wrong Guys – Julie & The Wrong Guys
Incendia Music – 2017 Compilation

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Beach Slang – Bad Art & Weirdo Ideas (Quiet Slang version)
Death From Above – Holy Books
Being As An Ocean – Black & Blue
Chelsea Wolfe – Offering
Four Year Strong – We All Float Down Here
The Fever – Hunting Season
Sløtface – Backyard
Bully – Running
Petal – Silver Springs
Save Ends – Heavy Hearts
Elder Brother – No Reason
Heavy Hearts – Easy Mark
Strange Ranger – Sophie
All Pigs Must Die – A Caustic Vision
No Warning – In The City
Jetty Bones – No Lover
Caligula’s Horse – Songs for No One
Washer – Bass 2
All The Colours – Heartbreaker
Simo – Shine
Magic Mountain – Zodiac

New Videos

Circa Survive – The Amulet
Milk Teeth – Fight Skirt
The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die – Marine Tigers
Nothing But Thieves – Broken Machine
I the Mighty – Silver Tongues ft. Tilian Pearson
Daisyhead – Cute Little Finger
Stand Atlantic – Sidewinder
Fangclub – Better to Forget
Blis. – Take Me Home
Kali Masi – Recurring (II)
Best Ex – See You Again
Secrets – Incredible
Epica – Immortal Melancholy
Charly Bliss – DQ
Big Promises – Staircase Wit
People Like You – Variations on an Aria
Easy Life – I’m Fading Away
Julia Louise – Brat
Harbour Sharks – A History of Violence
Witterquick – Shattered Suns
In Search Of Sun – Say It like You See It
Life Pilot – One
A Step Ahead – Pretty When

Tour News

One Ok Rock have announced three UK shows as part of a European tour.

11 O2 ABC, Glasgow
12 Academy 2, Manchester
13 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London

While She Sleeps have announced a special one-off hometown gig on 8th December at o2 Academy in Sheffield.

Rolo Tomassi have announced their only UK headline show of 2017. The band will play The Borderline in London on Saturday November the 4th, with support from Conjurer.

As part of their upcoming December UK tour, SikTh have announced that they will play their 2006 album ‘Death of A Dead Day’ in full for the very first time at their London show at Koko on 8th December.

2 Academy 3, Manchester
3 Garage, Glasgow
4 Institute, Birmingham
6 SWX, Bristol
7 Concorde 2, Brighton
8 KOKO, London (playing ‘Death of A Dead Day’ in full)

Bristol punks IDLES have been announced as support for Foo Fighters’ one-off show at The O2 Arena ok September 19th.

Sheffield’s Malevolence will play a special hometown show at The Plug on November 10th. Support comes from Nasty, Knocked Loose, Cold Hard Truth and Guilt Trip.

Daisyhead and Sibling will be teaming up for a UK tour later this year.

26 Nice N Sleazy, Glasgow
27 Cavern, Exeter
28 Star and Garter, Manchester
29 Heartbreakers, Southampton
30 Sticky Mikes, Brighton
01 Banquet Records, Kingston (matinee)
01 Boston Music Room, London

VANT have revealed details of ‘The Last Days Of Punk’ UK tour.

19 The Junction, Plymouth
20 The Watering Hole, Perranporth
21 The Cavern, Exeter
26 Hobos, Bridgend
27 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
28 Central Station, Wrexham
2 Northumbria Uni Reds, Newcastle
3 Fibbers, York
4 Georgian Theatre, Stockton
9 Library, Barrow
10 Library, Lancaster
11 Library, Coventry
16 Café Drummond, Aberdeen
17 O2 ABC2, Glasgow
18 The Mash House, Edinburgh

Royal Republic will play their biggest UK show to date when they play at London’s Koko venue on December 1st.

In The News

Mastodon have announced they will release an EP called ‘Cold Dark Place’. It is set to be released digitally on September 22nd with a limited 10" vinyl picture disc release on October 27th via Reprise Records.

1. North Side Star
2. Blue Walsh
3. Toe to Toes
4. Cold Dark Place

Metallica will reissue their third album, ‘Master of Puppets’ on November 10th on their own Blackened Recordings. The ‘Master of Puppets’ reissue will be available physically as a Standard LP, Standard CD, 3 CD Expanded Edition, and Limited Edition Deluxe Box Set and digitally as a Standard CD (available to stream and download), a 3 CD Expanded Edition (available for download only), and a Digital Deluxe Box Set (available for streaming and download).

Beach Slang have revealed plans to release a stripped back EP called ‘We Were Babies & We Were Dirtbags’ under the moniker of Quiet Slang. It will include two reworked Beach Slang songs along with covers of songs from The Replacements and Big Star. It will be released on the 20th October via Big Scary Monsters (UK/EU) and Polyvinyl Recordings (US).

1. Future Mixtape For The Art Kids
2. Bad Art & Weirdo Ideas
3. Androgynous (The Replacements)
4. Thirteen (Big Star)

65daysofstatic have revealed details of a new piece called ‘Decomposition Theory or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Demand the Future’. It will be premiered at Algomech Festival in Sheffield. There will be three performances 9th – 10th November, 2017. Each one different.

Holy Roar Records​ have announced Slabdragger​ and Wren​ will be getting together to release a 7" split called ‘Mothers of Beef and the Magic of Invention’. Set for release on October 27th, it sees Slabdragger reimagine Frank Zappa​’s ‘Muffin’ Man’ with Wren putting a post-metal spin on Captain Beefheart​’s ‘Electricity’.

1. Slabdragger – Muffin Man (Frank Zappa)
2. Wren – Electricity (Captain Beefheart)

San Francisco’s I the Mighty have confirmed their new album will be called ‘Where the Mind Wants to Go / Where You Let it Go’. It’s set to be released on October 20th via Equal Vision Records.

1. Degenerates
2. Pet Names
3. Chaos in Motion
4. Where the Mind Wants to Go
5. Symphony of Skin
6. Sleepwalker
7. Escapism
8. 111 Winchester
9. The Sound of Breathing
10. Silver Tongues (featuring Tilian)
11. Where You Let it Go

Heart Of A Coward and Basick Records will mark the 5th anniversary of the band’s debut album, ‘Hope And Hindrance’, with a remastered re-release and limited vinyl run, available from 24th November.

Petal has detailed a new 7" titled ‘Comfort’. It will be released on September 15th via Run For Cover.

1. Comfort
2. Silver Springs
3. 15

UNFD have welcomed New South Wales alternative band Easy Life.

Holy Roar Records have revealed plans to reissue Renounced’s ‘Theories Of Despair’ on LP/CD on November 3rd.

1. Buried
2. A Fire That No Longer Burns
3. Heart Beats Cold
4. Abandon Your King
5. As Delicate As Moth Wings
6. The Fragility Of Life
7. Anxiety In Black And White
8. Only Ourselves To Blame
9 . My Last Dying Wish
10. Theories Of Despair
11. Inner Reprisal

Ohio-based singer-songwriter Kelc Galluzzo aka Jetty Bones has joined Take This To Heart Records. An EP called ‘Old Women’ is due to be released on October 6th.

1. Clear Honey
2. Innocent Party
3. No Lover
4. Morning Clothes
5. Spokes (ft Dylan Mattheisen)

Hotel Books have announced their new album, ‘Equivalency’ will be released on October 27th via InVogue Records.

Ontario quartet Heavy Hearts have detailed their new EP. ‘On A Chain’ will be released on October 27th via Failure By Design Records (UK/EU) and New Damage Records (North America). Failure By Design Records will be releasing an exclusive clear/pink 12" pressing of the EP and can be pre-ordered here.

1. No Heaven
2. Macramé
3. Unravel (Your Love)
4. Yur Head
5. Easy Mark
6. Headroom

All Pigs Must Die will return on October 27th with a new album, ‘Hostage Animal’, set to be released through Southern Lord.

1. Hostage Animal
2. A Caustic Vision
3. Meditation of Violence
4. Slave Morality
5. End Without End
6. Blood Wet Teeth
7. Moral Purge
8. Cruelty Incarnate
9. The Whip
10. Heathen Reign

Hardcore outfit, No Warning, will release their first album since 2004 when they release ‘Torture Culture’ on October 13th via Last Gang/SPV.

Julia Louise’s debut album, ‘Love Jail’ will be released through No Sleep Records on October 13th.

1. Mother’s Milk
2. Wait On You
3. Real People Jobs
4. Philly Heartbreak Song
5. Scum
6. Brat
7. Eaten Alive
8. Splinter
9. Left Handed
10. Decline

Emerging alt-metal band, Harbour Sharks have revealed details of their new album. ‘A History Of Violence’ is set to be released on October 27th.

1. False Flags
2. The Killer Inside Me
3. It’s Not Working Out
4. Swing Away Merrill
5. A History Of Violencev
6. Don’t Say Revenge
7. Vulva
8. Shatter
9. Burn Down London
10. Abandon All Hope

Festival News

The first names for the third Might As Well Fest have been announced. Set to take place at The Macbeth Of Hoxton and The Old Blue Last on Saturday, October 7th, it will be headlined by Kamikaze Girls. They’ll be joined by Apologies, I Have None, The Burnt Tapes, Maypine, Lay It On The Line, Tom Aylott and Recap with more names to be announced soon.


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