In Case You Missed It (05/03/2017)

In Case You Missed It (05/03/2017)

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

Albums/EPs
Can’t Swim – Fail You Again
Goddamnit – I’ll Never Be Okay, I’ll Never Be The Same
Fale Hopes – Death by Inches
Our Hollow, Our Home – Hartsick
Hometruths – Open Yours Eyes EP
Sad Vegan – Another Life, Another Day EP
Thelma – Themla


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Songs
Mallory Knox – Saviour
The Maine – black butterflies & déjà vu
Blood Youth – Making Waves
Dreamcar – Kill For Candy
Ben Marwood – Bury Me In The Pantheon
All The Best Tapes – Calle De La Cruces
Throwing Stuff – I Know What’s Best
Taco Hell – Baby Teeth
ANewRage – Evolution Circle
The Obsessives – It’s Not Fair
Caddywhompus – Waiting Room
Thunder Dreamer – Capture
Loom – Hate
Reservoir – A Cadence in Dissonant Threes
Husky Loops – Tempo
Diet Cig – Barf Day
Dead Naked Hippies – Drain You
She Screams Of Royalty – It’s Inevitable

New Videos

Motionless In White – LOUD (Fuck It)
Dance Gavin Dance – Inspire The Liars
The Amity Affliction – Fight My Regret
Have Mercy – Coexist
Daisyhead – Don’t Feel Bad
Airbourne – It’s All For Rock N’ Roll
Deez Nuts- Discord
Emmure – Smokey
Within The Ruins – Objective Reality
Our Last Night – Heavy ft. Living In Fiction (Linkin Park cover)
Like Pacific – 22A
Jamie Lenman – Mississippi
To The Wind – Can’t Stay (My Love)
SAINTE – With or Without Me
Sonic Boom Six – Do What You Wanna Do
The Superweaks – Glowing
Doe – Monopoly
Faux – Hot Headed
Veridian – Sleep A Little Better
Rory Indiana – Tough Love
Fossil Youth – Minco
Northbound – Fade to Black
Lakeshore – History
Currents – Night Terrors
Hunter & The Bear – D.R.K
Telepathy – Smoke From Distant Fires
Young Kings – Visitor
As Paradise Falls – Star Blind
The Magic Es – Running Scared
Arch Enemy – Nemesis (Live at Wacken 2016)
HAVOK – Intention To Deceive
Pillow Talk – Little Worries
Elasea – Breathe // Lesson Learnt
Aaron Keylock – No Matter What The Cost (Acoustic Session)

Tour News

Bad Religion have announced two UK shows ahead of their appearance at the Rebellion Punk Music Festival.

August
01 O2 Forum, London
02 O2 Academy, Bristol
03 Rebellion Festival, Blackppol

Tim Kasher (Cursive/The Good Life) has announced he will be touring the UK in support of his new album – ‘No Resolution’.

March
24 The Shacklewell Arms, London
25 The Boileroom, Guildford
26 Think Tank Underground, Newcastle
27 King Tut’s, Glasgow
28 The Brudenell, Leeds
29 Studio 2, Liverpool
30 The Portland Arms, Cambridge
31 Hope & Ruin, Brighton

New York hardcore legends Madball will be returning to the UK in June for a run of headline shows.

June
25th The Underworld, London
26th Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
27th The Parish, Huddersfield
28th The Garage G2, Glasgow
29th Mama Roux, Birmingham

Due to Jonny Craig’s recent back surgery, Slaves (US) have cancelled their forthcoming UK and European tour.

Straight Lines and Colt 45 have announced a run of shows together that will happen in the spring.

April
27 Cluny 2, Newcastle
28 Shipping Forecast, Liverpool
29 The Frog & Fiddle, Cheltenham*
30 Hobos, Bridgend
May
01 The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
02 Duffys, Leicester
* Colt 45 only

Madina Lake have added shows in Southampton, Newcastle and Cardiff to their UK reunion tour.

May
Thu 25th Engine Rooms, Southampton
Fri 26th O2 Islington Academy, London
Sat 27th NEC – Slam Dunk Midlands, Birmingham
Sun 28th City Centre – Slam Dunk North, Leeds
Mon 29th Forum – Slam Dunk South, Hatfield
Tue 30th Sound Control, Manchester
Wed 31st King Tuts, Glasgow
June
Thu 1st O2 Academy 2, Newcastle
Fri 2nd The Globe, Cardiff

Minus the Bear will follow up the release of ‘VOIDS’ with a UK tour in June. Support comes from Joan of Arc.

June
Thu 01 Gorilla, Manchester
Fri 02 Stereo, Glasgow
Sat 03 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Sun 04 Riverside, Newcastle
Mon 05 Bodega, Nottingham
Tue 06 Scala, London
Thu 08 The Globe, Cardiff
Fri 09 The Bullingdon, Oxford
Sat 10 The Haunt, Brighton
Sun 11 Talking Heads, Southampton

Four Year Strong will play a one-off show at The Garage in Glasgow on June 8th.

Natives have announced an extensive 17-date UK tour running throughout May and June.

May
09 Louisiana, Bristol
10 Portland Arms, Cambridge
11 Waterfront, Norwich
12 Chinnerys, Southend
13 Key Club, Leeds
15 Hub, Plymouth
17 O2 Academy 3, Birmingham
18 Bodega, Nottingham
21 O2 Academy 2, Newcastle
22 Tunnels, Aberdeen
23 King Tuts, Glasgow
25 Studio 2, Liverpool
28 Common People Festival, Southampton
June
12 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
14 Deaf Institute, Manchester
15 The Camden Assembly, London
16 Patterns, Brighton
17 The Winchester, Bournemouth

Will Varley has announced he will be touring the UK once again in November.

November
15 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
16 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
17 La Belle Angele, Edinburgh
18 Club Academy, Manchester
21 O2 Institute 3, Birmingham
22 Trinity Centre, Bristol
23 The Globe, Cardiff
24 1865, Southampton
25 O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London

Dikembe will be making their UK debut this June when they tour with Norwich indie/emo trio Other Half.

June
06 Banquet Records, Kingston
07 Gullivers, Manchester
08 Bloc Bar, Glasgow (free show)
09 Temple Of Boom, Leeds
10 The Flapper, Birmingham
11 The Victoria, London
12 Joiners, Southampton
13 Sticky Mike’s, Brighton

God Damn, Frauds, Super Goliath and HCBP (a HECK side project) will be supporting Jamie Lenman on select dates of his forthcoming UK tour.

April
27th O2 Institue 3, Birmingham (with Frauds and Super Goliath)
28th Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff (with Frauds and Super Goliath)
29th Thekla, Bristol (with God Damn and Super Goliath)
May
1st Sound Control, Manchester (with HCBP and Super Goliath)
2nd Scala, London (with HCBP and Frauds)
4th Crauford Arms, Milton Keynes (with HCBP and Frauds)
5th Key Club, Leeds (with HCBP and Frauds)
6th King Tuts, Glasgow (with HCBP and Frauds)

Black metal merchants Ghost Bath have announced their first ever UK headline show, an intimate gig at London’s Sebright Arms on Tuesday 16th May.

Throwing Stuff will follow the release of ‘Fit, Fine & Well’ with a UK tour alongside Clowns.

April
21st Manchester Punk Festival. Sound Control, Manchester
23rd The Lughole, Sheffield
24th Maguires, Liverpool
25th The Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
26th The Junction, Plymouth
27th Quadrant, Brighton
28th Urban Bar, London

In The News

Baltimore’s Have Mercy have announced the release of their highly anticipated third studio album. ‘Make The Best Of It’ will be released on April 21st, via Hopeless Records.

1. Smoke And Lace
2. Drive
3. Coexist
4. Baby Grand
5. Begging For Bones
6. Reaper
7. Ghost
8. Disagree
9. American Bliss
10. Good Christian Man
11. You Made Me

Dreamcar, the new band consisting of AFI’s Davey Havoc and members of No Doubt, will release their self-titled debut album on May 21st via Columbia Records.

Nashville quartet Daisyhead will return on April 28th with the release of their sophomore full-length, ‘In Case You Missed It’, through No Sleep Records.

1. Hold The Door
2. In Case You Missed It
3. Bodies
4. Ready For The World
5. Never Know
6. TV Song
7. Our Last Exchange
8. Common Ground
9. Don’t Feel Bad
10. Dark Circus
11. Opryland Lights

Emerging UK alt-rockers Veridian have joined Primordial Records for the release of their debut EP. ‘40826D’ will be released on May 12th.

Boca Raton, Florida’s Northbound have announced they will be releasing a new EP titled ‘The Flaws in Everything’ on April 21st via Animal Style Records.

1. Fade to Black
2. Well Water
3. Suitor Type
4. Tell Me Something Good
5. Lonely Squid

Manchester hardcore punks Throwing Stuff have detailed their debut album. ‘Fit, Fine & Well’ is set to be released through TNSrecords on April 7th.

1. Tracy Chapman
2. Whatever Made You Think Paper Was Valuable
3. The Burtcher
4. Hangxiety
5. We Wrote This Song Before David Cameron Resigned
6. I Wish You Would Hibernate
7. I Know What’s Best
8. We Are Only Healthy To The Extent That Our Ideas Are Humane
9. F.U.B.S.
10. Token Beef
11. The Hunter
12. Five Pound Beers
13. How Do You Sleep At Night
14. Steve’s Job
15. Father’s Day

Blood Command have revealed details of ‘Cult Drugs’, their first album in five years. It’s set for release on April 28th on Fysisk Format.

1. Ctrl + Art + Delete
2. Cult Drugs
3. Quitters Don´t Smoke
4. Nervous Laughter
5. Gang Signs
6. You Can’t Sit With Us
7. The Secret Impresses No One
8. White Skin // Tanned Teeth
9. Initiation Tape #1
10. (The World Covered In) Purple Shrouds

My Dying Bride have joined Nuclear Blast Records.

Swansea-based alternative rock band Nineteen Fifty Eight have signed to Transcend Music. A new EP titled ‘Dark Blue’ will be released on 19th May.

1. God Forbid
2. Under My Skin
3. Optimistic
4. Temporary Feelings
5. Watch Me Burn
6. Dark Blue

Loom’s self-titled debut album will be released on 19th May via Silent Cult Records.

1. Lice
2. Hate
3. Get A Taste
4. Leopard
5. Salt
6. Seasick
7. Bleed On Me
8. Nailbender
9. Barbed Wire
10. Slowly Freezing Heart

Voyager have announced their sixth album will be titled ‘Ghost Mile’. It is due for release on May 12th.

Canadian trio Courage My Love have announced the UK release of their debut album. ‘Synesthesia’ will be released through Warner Music on May 19th.

1. Synesthesia
2. Animal Heart
3. Walls
4. Stereo
5. Love Hurts
6. Drowning
7. Tough Love
8. Two Headed Monster
9. Sight:Sound
10. Need Someone
11. Dirt
12. The Year I Disappeared
13. Never Gonna Change

Sharptone Records have signed Connecticut metal band Currents. Their debut album is scheduled to be released this summer.

Indiana band Thunder Dreamer have announced that they have signed to 6131 Records. Their debut album, ‘Capture’, will be released on 26th May.

Emerging Italian metallers ANewRage have confirmed their second will be called ‘Life-Related Symptoms’, and will be released 7th April on Scarlet Records.

1. Upside Down

2. My Worst Friend

3. Dancefloor

4. Tomorrow

5. Evolution Circle
6. Floating Man
7. The 21st Century
8. Life Is You
9. Outside
10. All The Way
11. Insight
12. Clockwork Therapy
13. Wolves And Sirens

Baseball punks Isotopes are preparing for the 2017 with the release of ‘1994 World Series Champions’ on April 14th through Stomp Records (CA) and Destiny Records (EU).

Festival News

ArcTanGent have announced 38 news bands this year’s festival including God Is An Astronaut (UK exclusive), Boris, TTNG, Defeater, Future Of The Left, sleepmakeswaves, Listener, The Number Twelve Looks Like You, Devil Sold His Soul and Tall Ships.

The other additions are: Hark, OHHMS, Brutus, Stearica, Hemelbestormer, Hikes, Right Hand Left Hand, HCBP, Future Horizons, Boss Keloid, Pijn, Gilmore Trail, itoldyouiwouldeatyou, Frontierer, Living Body, Jardín de la Croix, You Break, You Buy, worriedaboutsatan, Britney, a-tota-so, He Was Eaten By Owls, Toska, Halo Tora, The Evil Usses, Irk, Nitkowski, Death Pedals, and Real Terms.

The latest names for Groezrock has been announced. The new additions include Gorilla Biscuits, Cro-Mags, Swingin’ Utters, Red City Radio, Nothington, Zebrahead, Boston Manor, mewithoutYou, Trade Wind, Jeff Rosenstock and Arcane Roots. As well as all them, Skyharbor, Brutus, No Turning Back, Wolf Down, Incendiary, Blood Youth, Choking Victim, Counterfeit, toyGuitar, Mobina Galore, Call It Off, Cocaine Piss, F.O.D., Young Hearts and Jack Dalrymple have all joined the bill.

Kreator, KING 810, Inquisition and King Parrot have been added to this year’s Bloodstock Festival.

Carnifex, Broken Teeth, Brutality Will Prevail, Napoleon and Higher Power have been added to the UK date of the Impericon Festival, which is set to take place at Manchester Academy on the 17th April.