In Case You Missed It (05/02/2017)

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

Dave Hause – Bury Me In Philly
Homebound – The Mould You Build Yourself Around
First Blood – Rules
WATERMEDOWN – The Same View With a New Light
Iron Reagan – Crossover Ministry
Retro Youth – B.R.A.V.E. EP

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Mastodon – Show Yourself
Suicide Silence – Silence
Basement – Promise Everything (Deluxe Edition re-recorded version)
Decade – Turn Off Your TV
Sorority Noise – Me vs. Maradona vs. Elvis (Brand New cover)
Natives – Warpaint
Brutus – Drive
Meat Wave – Bad Man
Ohhms – The World
Black Star Riders – Heavy Fire
Lullaby – Animal
The Nyx – Hideaway
Mobina Galore – Going Out Alone
Carousel Kings – Dynamite
Benchmarks – Frames
Telepathy – Celebration Of Decay
Strawberry Girls – Black Night, Golden Circus
Caddywhompus – Decent
The Final Clause Of Tacitus – Give Them Blood
Asira – Crucible of Light
Mirrors – Tie The Lace
KOYO – Tetrachromat

New Videos

Twenty One Pilots – Heavydirtysoul
AFI – Aurelia
Arcane Roots – Curtains
One Ok Rock – American Girls
SHVPES – Pain. Joy. Ecstasy. Despair
Deez Nuts – Binge / Purgatory
From Indian Lakes – Blank Tapes
Don Broco – Everybody (live)
Masked Intruder – First Star Tonight
Idles – Stendhal Syndrome
A Will Away – Here Again
Patrons – The Art Of Conversation
Fangclub – Follow
T.S.O.L. – I Wanted To See You
Our Hollow, Our Home – Karmadillo
Chisel Beeches – Never Know
Deference – False Awakening
The Raven Age – Salem’s Fate
Defences – Two Steps Back
Stolas – Bellwether
Heart Attack Man – Taking Sides
BEAR – Masks
Fit For An Autopsy – Heads Will Hang
Sumo Cyco – Move Mountains ft. Benji Webbe
Young and Heartless – Misery on Misery
Super Whatevr – Good Luck
Thousand Below – Tradition
Aerial – Foreign Coast
Colours – Mind Games
KXM – Scatterbrain
Wake The Dead – The Light
For The Win – Dancing Shoes
Sleep Signals – I’ll Save You
Riotous Indignation – The End
Rob Jarvis and The Mercury Sons – Just To Make You Happy
The Pale White – Reaction
Your Last Day – Bones & Hearts

Tour News

New Found Glory will celebrate their 20th anniversary with a UK tour in the Autumn, where they will perform two albums each night.

27 O2 ABC, Glasgow (‘Sticks And Stones’ / ‘Catalyst’)
28 O2 Academy, Newcastle (‘Sticks And Stones’ / ‘New Found Glory’)
29 Academy, Manchester (‘Sticks And Stones’ / ‘Catalyst’)
30 O2 Academy, Birmingham (‘Sticks And Stones’ / ‘New Found Glory’)
02 O2 Academy, Leeds (‘Sticks And Stones’ / ‘Catalyst’)

03 Rock City, Nottingham (‘Sticks And Stones’ / ‘New Found Glory’)
05 O2 Academy, Bristol (‘Sticks And Stones’ / ‘Catalyst’)
06 O2 Forum, London (‘Sticks And Stones’ / ‘New Found Glory’)
07 Electric Ballroom, London (‘Catalyst’ / ‘Not Without A Fight’)
08 Camden Underworld, London (‘Nothing Gold Can Stay’ / ‘Coming Home’)

Sigur Rós will play five UK shows in September.

16 O2 Apollo, Manchester
17 O2 Apollo, Manchester
20 Eventim Apollo, London
21 Eventim Apollo, London
25 Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow

Opeth have announced two shows for this November in Belfast and Dublin.

Fri 17th Limelight, Belfast
Sat 18th O2 Academy, Dublin

Jamie Lenman will follow up his recent ‘Mississippi’ single with a UK tour.

27th O2 Institue 3, Birmingham
28th Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
29th Thekla, Bristol
1st Sound Control, Manchester
2nd Scala, London
4th Crauford Arms, Milton Keynes
5th Key Club, Leeds
6th King Tuts, Glasgow

Meat Wave will be touring the UK in the Spring in support of their third album – ‘The Incessant’.

21 The Joker, Brighton
22 Stuck On A Name, Nottingham
24 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
25 The Flapper, Birmingham
26 Brudenell Social Club (Games Room), Leeds
27 The Hug And Pint, Glasgow
28 Hit The North, Newcastle
29 Studio 2, Liverpool
30 Handmade Festival, Leicester
01 Boileroom, Guildford
02 Birthdays, London

He Is Legend will follow up the release of ‘few’ on April 28th with a UK tour in May.

7th Joiners, Southampton
8th Rebellion, Manchester
9th O2 Academy 2, Newcastle
10th G2, Glasgow
11th O2 Academy 3, Birmingham
12th The Dome, London
13th Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
14th Exchange, Bristol

In addition to being announced for the Slam Dunk Festival, I Prevail, Ice Nine Kills and Oceans Ate Alaska will also be playing a London show together at the Camden Underworld on May 31st.

Ohhms have announced two separate UK tours. They’ll tour with Hark in April, before supporting Bossk.

April (co-headline tour w/ Hark)
12th Underground, Plymouth
13th The Chameleon Arts Cafe, Nottingham
14th EBGB’s, Liverpool
15th Temple Of Boom, Leeds
April (with Bossk)
20th Boston Music Room, London (w/ Slabdragger, Haast’s Eagled and Conjurer)
12th Rebellion, Manchester
13th Audio, Glasgow
14th The Flapper, Birmingham

Deference will follow the release of their ‘False Awakening’ EP with a UK tour.

1st The Booth Hall, Hereford
2nd The Duke, Neath
3rd Fuel Rock Club, Cardiff
4th Bar 42, Worthing
5th Sitwell Tavern, Derby
6th Opium, Edinburgh
7th The Black Swan, Bradford
8th Lounge 41, Workington

In The News

Paramore have reunited with their original drummer, Zac Farro.

Ipswich quintet Basement have signed to Warner Bros. Records in a deal which sees them represented by Fueled By Ramen internationally. Last year’s ‘Promise Everything’ LP will be given the deluxe edtion treatment and will include a re-recorded version of the title track, a remix of ‘Aquasun’ and four bonus tracks: their interpretation of The Cardigans’ ‘My Favourite Game’, acoustic versions of ‘Aquasun’ and ‘Blinded Bye’, and an acoustic track ‘Cloud’. The Deluxe Edition will be released digitally on March 3rd with CDs following on March 17th and vinyl on May 19th.

North Carolina’s He Is Legend have joined Spinefarm Records. Their new album, ‘few’, will be released on April 28th.

Memphis May Fire have announced that they’ve parted ways with guitarist Anthony Sepe.

Montclair, New Jersey six-piece Pinegrove have announced their ‘Everything So Far’ collection will be released on vinyl via Run For Cover Records on April 28th. The anthology is a collection of all of Pinegrove’s output up to last year’s ‘Cardinal’ LP. It includes their debut album, ‘Meridian’ along with various EP’s and singles.

Emerging rock quartet A Will Away have detailed their new album. ‘Here Again’ will be released on March 3rd on Triple Crown Records.

1. Here Again
2. Pay Raise
3. Agoraphobia
4. Chemicals
5. Crochet
6. Well-Adjusted
7. Caroline
8. Better Reluctant
9. Summon Your Savior
10. The Shakes
11. Gravity
12. Into the Light
13. Something Special

Crossfaith have announced plans to release a remix EP next Friday (February 10th) called ‘New Age Warriors Remix’. It will include remixes from The Bloody Beetroots, Shikari Sound System, KSUKE, The Qemists and more.

1. Rx Overdrive (Zardonic Remix)
2. Rx Overdrive (TeddyLoid Remix)
3. Kill ‘Em All (The Qemists Remix)
4. Kill ‘Em All (Shikari Sound System Remix)
5. Revolution (The Bloody Beetroots Remix)
6. Revolution (Ksuke Remix)

The Raven Age have joined BMG. Their debut album, ‘Darkness Will Rise’, will be released on March 17th.

San Diego rock band Thousand Below have signed with Rise Records.

Adult Mom have detailed their sophomore LP – ‘Soft Spots’. It’s set to be released on May 19th on Tiny Engines.

1. Ephemeralness
2. Full Screen
3. J Station
4. Patience
5. Tenderness
6. Same
7. Steal The Lake From The Water
8. Drive Me Home
9. First Day Of Spring

Canadian punk-metallers Sumo Cyco will release their sophomore album ‘Opus Mar’ on March 31st.

1. Anti-Anthem
2. Free Yourself
3. Move Mountains ft. Benji Webbe
4. Passengers
5. Brave II
6. Sleep Tight
7. Rivalry
8. Kids of Calamity
9. Won’t Put Me Out
10. Words
11. The Broadcasters (Murdering By Radio)
12. Rally
13. Struggle

The Dollyrots will return on March 24th with the release of ‘Whiplash Splash!’ via Arrested Youth Records.

Winnipeg punk rock duo, Mobina Galore, have announced their new album, ‘Feeling Disconnected’, due out February 24th via New Damage Records.

1. Start All Over
2. Suffer
3. Vancouver
4. Nervous Wreck
5. Going Out Alone
6. Losing Time
7. Ready To Let Go
8. Spend My Day
9. Partner In Crime
10. Better Days

Petrol Girls are one of several bands contributing a song to ‘Loud Women – Volume 1’, a compilation CD of female fronted artists. It’s set for release on 18th March.

1. Petrol Girls – Touch Me Again
2. Dream Nails – DIY
3. Bratakus – Pollution Evolution
4. The Empty Page – Deeply Unlovable
Dolls – Audrey
6. The Ethical Debating Society – Poor Liam
7. Gladiators Are You Ready? – I Want to Love You

8. deux furieuses – Out of My System

9. Fight Rosa Fight! – Sick of You

10. GUTTFULL – Keyboard Warrior
11. Little Fists – Tyler is Not a Feminist

12. The Potentials – Moloch
13. Nervous Twitch – Something Wrong With Me

14. IDestroy – IDestroy

15. Madame So – Black is Beautiful

16. Fightmilk – Chaperone

17. Bugeye – Hey You

18. Argonaut – Not Rich

19. The Wimmins’ Institute – Nando’s

20. Lilith Ai – Riot

21. Janine Booth – Real Rape

Southampton metallers Deference have confirmed they will release a new EP called ‘False Awakening’ on March 31st.

Bristol quartet Everyday Sidekicks have revealed details of their second EP. ‘Hope’ will be released on 31st March.

1. Glass House
2. Bury Your Friends
3. Fracture
4. Lacuna
5. Business Secrets Of The Pharaohs

Wyoming-based metalcore outfit Righteous Vendetta will release their new album, ‘Cursed’ on March 17th via Century Media Records.

Belgian pop-punks For I Am have announced their new album, ‘All About Perspectives’, will be released in the UK through Disconnect Disconnect Records on March 17th.

KXM, the rock trio comprising Dug Pinnick (Kings X), George Lynch (Lynch Mob) and Ray Luzier (KoRn) are set to release their second studio album, ‘Scatterbrain’ via RatPak Records on 17th March.

Festival News

A Day To Remember, Creeper, Steel Panther, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Baroness, Suicidal Tendencies, In Flames, and Moose Blood are some of the new additions announced for Download Festival. Other new names confirmed are Kvelertak, As It Is, State Champs, The Devil Wears Prada, Northlane, Hacktivist, Touche Amore, Trash Boat, Wallflower, Dinosaur Pile Up, Grove Street Families and Blood Youth.

The full list of new names are: A Day To Remember, The Dillinger Escape Plan, State Champs, As It Is, Moose Blood, Creeper, Trash Boat, Northlane, The Devil Wears Prada, Hacktivist, Touche Amore, Blood Youth, I The Mighty, Dead!, Junior, Casey, Suicidal Tendencies, Baroness, Anathema, In Flames, Wednesday 13, Alestorm, Kvelertak, The Charm The Fury, The King Blues, Normandie, The Cadillac Three, Wallflower, Grove Street Families, The Lounge Kittens, Aaron Buchanan & The Cult Classics, Dinosaur Pile-Up, IDLES, Venom Prison, The Contortionist, Fizzy Blood, She Must Burn, M O S E S, Stone Broken, Bruai, The LaFontaines, Holding Absence, Dead Label, Like A Storm, Devilskin, Steel Panther, Sabaton and Red Sun Rising.

The next round of bands for the Slam Dunk Festival have been revealed with Neck Deep, Citizen, Turnover, Set It Off, Memphis May Fire, I Prevail, Oceans Ate Alaska, and Ice Nine Kills joining the bill.

Bloodstock Festival have added four more bands: Soilwork, Macabre, Wintersun and Scarab.

The first two headliners for this year’s ArcTanGent Festival have been announced as Explosions in the Sky and Converge. It will be both band’s only UK shows of 2017. ArcTanGent takes place from August 17th to 19th at Fernhill Farm, Compton Martin in Bristol.

The likes of After the Fall, Shit Present, Muncie Girls, Bear Trade, Strange Bones and Inner Terrestrials are amongst the final names to be announced for the Manchester Punk Festival.
The full list of additions are: Inner Terrestrials, After The Fall, Foetal Juice, The Afternoon Gentlemen, Sh*t Present, Bolshy, Queen Zee & The Sasstones, Crocodile God, Muncie Girls, Bear Trade, Jakal, Kollapse, Strange Bones, Efa Supertramp, Helen Chambers, Denim & Leather, Epic Problem, Wadeye, and Riggots.

Therapy?, The King Blues, Napoleon, Max Raptor, Cortes, Straight Lines, Exist Immortal, Inklings, Happy Accidents, Tigress, Kidbrother and Veridian are some of the new additions to Camden Rocks Festival.

Creeper​, Patent Pending​, Fort Hope, Blood Youth​, The Bottom Line​, The One Hundred​, Palm Reader​ (replacing Grove Street Families), and Tigress have joined the bill for the Teddy Rocks Festival. The other new additions are The RPMs​, EMPIRE​, Chasing Cadence​, Autumn Ruin​, DIVIDES​, High Rise​, Weatherstate​, High Down​, Summer Drive Home​, Modern Rituals​, Dustlight​ and Honeyy Moon (formerly Coosbay​).

North West independent record label Loner Noise has announced a new Liverpool-based festival called WRONG Festival – A Festival For The Freakscene. The all-dayer will take place 22nd April 2017 at the newly formed creative hub of the Liverpool Docklands. It will be headlined by Japanese psych legends Bo Ningen. With the likes of HECK, The Wytches, USA Nails, The Hyena Kill and more confirmed.


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