In Case You Missed It (04/09/2016)

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

Chris Farren – Can’t Die
Anthony Green – Pixie Queen
Starters – A Picture Fading
The Pooches – The Pooches
Dowsing / Ratboys – Split
Penthouse – Solemn EP

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Jimmy Eat World – Sure and Certain
Boston Manor – Lead Feet
Waterparks – Stupid For You
Kevin Devine – No History
Knocked Loose – The Rain
Heaven Shall Burn – Bring The War Home
Dangers – Kiss With Spit
The Doublecross – Shattered Health
You Know The Drill – Less Than You
Beware of Darkness – Are You Real?
Hundred Suns – Bedburner
Light You Up – I’ll Be There For You (The Rembrandts Cover – Friends)
Boat Race Weekend – Broken Teeth
Seven Imaple – Languor
Crobot – Play It Cool
Sunndrug – Shining
The New Coast – Slow Down

New Videos

A Day To Remember – Naivety
All Time Low – Take Cover
Against Me! – 333
Memphis May Fire – Carry On
The Dear Hunter – Light
Microwave – Vomit
Six Time Champion – Down
Alter Bridge – Show Me A Leader
Anthrax – Monster at the End
Counting Days – Beaten & Scarred
Chapter and Verse – The New Breed
The Last Ten Seconds Of Life – Bloodlust
Citizen Zero – Go (Let Me Save You)
Happyness – Anna, Lisa Calls
We Are Carnivores – You Can’t Argue With Sharks
Schnarff Schnarff – Flip the Cross
Cove – An Honour
IDLES – Divide & Conquer
GUTS. – Fruitless
Piano Wire – Get A Life
Natives – Stop the Rain (Live in Morocco)
HalfNoise – Telephone

Tour News

Parkway Drive will heading over for the ‘Unbreakable’ tour in April with special guests Asking Alexandria.

8th O2 Brixton Academy, London
9th Rock City, Nottingham
10th O2 Academy, Leeds
11th University Great Hall, Cardiff

Twenty One Pilots will play two shows at London’s Alexandra Palace.

11 Alexandra Palace, London (sold out)
13 Alexandra Palace, London

Brian Fallon & The Crowes will return to the UK in November.

15 Concorde 2, Brighton
16 O2 Forum Kentish Town, London
17 UEA, Norwich
18 University Great Hall, Cardiff
19 O2 Academy, Leeds
20 O2 Academy, Liverpool
22 O2 Academy, Glasgow
24 O2 Academy, Oxford
25 O2 Academy, Newcastle
26 Wulfrun Hall, Wolverhampton
27 Pyramids Centre, Portsmouth

Neck Deep and Moose Blood have been confirmed as special guests for A Day To Remember’s UK arena tour.

22nd Cardiff International Arena, Cardiff
23rd The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
25th Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
27th The SSE Arena Wembley, London
28th Leeds Arena, Leeds

Philadelphia’s Beach Slang will be back in the UK for four shows in November.

Mon 07 Mono, Glasgow
Tue 08 Scala, London
Wed 09 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Thu 10 The Haunt, Brighton

Clutch will play four UK shows alongside Valient Thorr and Lionize in December.

Thu 15th Roundhouse, London
Fri 16th O2 Institute, Birmingham
Sat 17th University Great Hall, Cardiff
Sun 18th Academy, Manchester

Milk Teeth and Morina Galore will join Against Me! on their UK tour.

06 O2 Academy 2, Birmingham
07 Academy, Manchester
08 Electric Ballroom, London
09 Garage, Glasgow
10 SWX, Bristol
11 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

Shvpes have announced a lengthy UK tour in support of their upcoming debut album – ‘Pain. Joy. Ecstasy. Despair.’

10 The Cookie, Leicester^
11 Arts Centre, Colchester^
12 Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes^
13 Rainbow Cellar, Birmingham (supports TBC)
15 Sound and Vision Festival, Norwich
17 Anvil, Bournemouth*
18 Underground, Plymouth*
20 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff*
21 Basement, Nottingham*
22 Satan’s Hollow, Manchester*
31 Joiners, Southampton*
02 Boston Music Rooms, London*
03 Key Club, Leeds*
05 Corporation, Sheffield*
06 King Tut’s, Glasgow*
07 Think Tank, Newcastle*
08 Studio 2, Liverpool (supports TBC)
*co-headline with Press To Meco
^main support from Empire

Big Spring will support Black Foxxes on their UK headline tour.

Sun 16th Brudenell Games Room, Leeds
Mon 17th Arts Club 2, Liverpool
Wed 19th Think Tank, Newcastle
Thur 20th Cathouse, Glasgow
Sun 23rd Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
Wed 26th Joiners, Southampton
Fri 28th Boston Music Room, London
Sat 29th Cavern, Exeter
Sun 30th Exchange, Bristol

The eight local bands for the first ever ‘Fireball – Fuelling The Fire Tour’ have been revealed and sees the likes of Weatherstate, Ghouls and Better Days joining Less Than Jake, The Skints and Mariachi El Bronx on their respective hometown dates.

Monday 3rd O2 Academy Bristol * – Weatherstate
Tuesday 4th O2 Academy Sheffield * – Sweet Little Machine
Wednesday 5th O2 Academy Birmingham * – AMFX
Thursday 6th O2 Academy Brixton * – Ghouls
Saturday 8th O2 Academy Newcastle ^ – Better Days
Sunday 9th O2 Academy Glasgow ^ – Embers
Monday 10th O2 Ritz Manchester ^ – Broken 3 Ways
Tuesday 11th O2 Academy Bournemouth ^ – Black Water County
^ w/ The Bennies

Fort Hope has announced they will be touring the UK in October.

22 Cellar, Oxford
24 Waterfront, Norwich
25 Attic Bar, Glasgow
26 Sound Control, Manchester
27 Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton
29 Underworld, London

Avenged Sevenfold have added a second show at London’s O2 Arena to their early 2017 run.

7 3arena, Dublin
10 Sse Hydro, Glasgow
12 Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle Upon Tyne
13 Genting Arena, Birmingham
15 Arena, Sheffield
16 Arena, Manchester
18 Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
19 Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
21 O2 Arena, London
22 O2 Arena, London

Black Star Riders will return to the UK in March 2017. Support comes from Backyward Babies.

Wed 8th O2 ABC, Glasgow
Thu 9th O2 ABC, Glasgow
Fri 10th O2 Academy, Newcastle
Sat 11th O2 Academy, Leeds
Sun 12th O2 Ritz, Manchester
Tues 14th Rock City, Nottingham
Wednes 15th UEA, Norwich
Thu 16th O2 Academy Bristol
Fri 17th O2 Kentish Town Forum, London
Sat 18th O2 Institute, Birmingham
Sun 19th O2 Academy, Bournemouth

Indian progressive quintet Skyharbor will embark on a UK tour next month with Sithu Aye and Modern Day Babylon.

02 Sub 89, Reading
03 The Globe, Cardiff
04 Exchange, Bristol
05 Talking Heads, Southampton
06 Dingwalls, London
08 Plug, Sheffield
09 Newcastle University Students Union, Newcastle
10 Audio, Glasgow
11 The Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes

In The News

Jimmy Eat World will release ‘Integrity Blues’ on October 21st.

Memphis May Fire will release their fourth full-length album, ‘This Light I Hold,’ on 28th October via Rise Records.

1. Out Of It
2. Carry On
3. Wanting More
4. Sever The Ties
5. The Enemy
6. This Light I Hold (feat. Jacoby Shaddix)
7. That’s Just Life
8. Letting Go
9. The Antidote
10. Better Things
11. Not Over Yet (feat. Larry Soliman)
12. Unashamed
13. Live It Well

Atlanta’s Microwave have set a release date of September 30th for their new album – ‘Much Love’. It’ll be released through SideOneDummy.

1. Roaches
2. Lighterless
3. Dull
4. Neighbors
5. Busy
6. Drown
7. Vomit
8. Whimper
9. Homebody
10. Wrong

In memory of Architects’ Tom Searle, The Xcerts have released a cover of ‘Gone With The Wind’ with all the profit from the track being donated to the Martlet’s Hospice in Hove where Tom was cared for.

Sorority Noise have signed with Triple Crown Records. They will be releasing a split with The World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die later this year on the label ahead of the band’s third full-length release, set to come out in the first half of 2017.

Waterparks will release their debut album, ‘Double Dare’, through Easy Life Records on November 4th.

1. Hawaii (Stay Awake)
2. Gloom Boys
3. Stupid For You
4. Royal
5. Take Her to the Moon
6. Made in America
7. Dizzy
8. Powerless
9. Little Violence
10. 21 Questions
11. It Follows
12. Plum Island
13. I’ll Always Be Around

Birmingham pop-punk quintet You Know The Drill have detailed their debut EP – ‘Losing Streak’. It’s set for release on October 28th through Scylla Records.

1. Peer Pressure
2. Less Than You
3. Heads Up Master
4. 411
5. Response

LA hardcore punks Dangers have confirmed their third LP, ‘The Bend in the Break’, will be released on October 14th through Topshelf Records.

1. Human Noose
2. Those Sad Plebes Down Below
3. Darkest Arts
4. The Bend in the Break
5. Kiss With Spit
6. Loose Cigarettes
7. The Great American Songbook…
8. Softer Science
9. It’s The Devil I Love
10. The Straight World
11. Very Small and Weak in the Land of Barbarians
12. …In Sharp Decline
13. To Finn, With Our Regrets

Norwegian prog outfit Seven Impale will release their new album ‘Contrapasso’ on 16th September via Karisma Records.

South West post-hardcore quartet Lastoneout have confirmed the release of a new mini-album. Set for release on November 4th, ‘This Was Never My Story, It’s Your’ sees the band be compared to Funeral For A Friend, Alexisonfire and Story of the Year.

Jon Greenwood AKA The Doublecross has confirmed his third album – ‘Keep Bleeding’. It’s set for release on Friday 7th October by Boss Tuneage, No Panic!, Tiny Little Creatures and Aaahh Real Records.

1. One More Time
2. My Only Friends Are Chemicals
3. Fireworks and Butterflies
4. The Stars That Never Shine
5. She Might Be The One
6. Bad Dreams
7. The Wire
8. Shattered Health
9. Hurt People Hurt People
10. 020814
11. Forever Pretending To Sleep
12. The Lake

Pennsylvania bruisers The Last Ten Seconds Of Life will release their new album, ‘The Violent Sound’ on October 21st via Siege Music.

1. Little Black Line
2. The Drip
3. Bloodlust
4. Six Feet
5. The Violent Sound
6. Casanova
7. Bag of Bones
8. Switch
9. Blind Faith
10. Wise Blood
11. Social Suicide
12. Last Words

Seattle punks The Exquisites will release their newest album, ‘Home’, on October 14 via Asian Man Records.

1. Faith
2. Count on Me
3. Home, no Home
4. Setting Sun
5. Climbing Down at the End of the Day
6. Make a Song
7. Grow Away
8. Shift to the Best
9. Constellation Moments
10. Send a Word Home

Festival News

Moose Blood has pulled out of next weekend’s Butserfest. They will be replaced by The Qemists.

Groezrock will take place on the 29th and 30th April 2017.

The UK leg of Impericon Festival 2017 will take place at Manchester, Academy on April 17th. Early bird tickets can be purchased (from only £27.90!) here.


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