In Case You Missed It (06/06/2016)

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

Ducking Punches – Fizzy Brain
Muncie Girls – From Caplan to Belsize
Donnie Willow – Inhale. Exhale.
Hacktivist – Outside The Box
Big Ups – Before a Million Universes
Story – Hopeless But Hoping EP
The Maddigans – No Place Like Here
Blood Youth – Closure EP

Future Of The Left – If A&T Drank Tea What Would BP Do?
Greys – No Star
Bullet Height – Bastion
MassMatiks – Gunning For You
Landscapes – Radiance
Jesse Lacey – Bad Day (R.E.M. Cover)
Modern Baseball – Apple Cider, I Don’t Mind
Modern Baseball – Everyday
Henrietta – Arrows
Rarity – Stranger
Dustin Kensrue – Jesus Christ (Brand New cover)
Natives – Chasing Lions
Sylosis – Different Masks On The Same Face
FOES – Beautiful Fiction
Tyler Daniel Bean – Willow Pt. 1 & 2
Once Upon a Dead Man – Give Up
Brian Fallon – Painkillers
Tiny Moving Parts – Happy Birthday
The Word Alive – Made This Way
Into It. Over It. – Anesthetic
Pity Sex – Bonhomie
Tom Jenkins – Still Alive
Explosions In the Sky – Logic of a Dream

New Videos

Five Finger Death Punch – My Nemesis
Caliban – Paralyzed
LifeLike – Turn the Pages
The Story So Far – Heavy Gloom
Fierce Morgan – Elders
Bare Knuckle Parade – Diamond Eyes
Killit – Take The Power
The Wonder Years – Stained Glass Ceilings
Donnie Willow – I Eat Flies
American Hi-Fi – Flavor Of The Weak (Acoustic)
Casey – Darling
HECK – Good As Dead
Elessar – Goodwill
Dead Hormones – If I Don’t Make It Home
Foxing – Night Channels
Ho99or – Blood Waves
Anthrax – Blood Eagle Wings
Asking Alexandria – Let It Sleep
O’Brother – Your Move
Young Kings – Old Days

Tour News

Milk Teeth will follow up the release of their ‘Vile Child’ LP with a headline tour in May. Support comes from Black Foxxes and Kent upstarts Eat Me.

30 Live At Leeds, Leeds*
01 Stag & Dagger, Glasgow*
03 Think Tank, Newcastle
04 Sound Control, Manchester
05 Bodega, Nottingham
06 Wells Forum, Tunbridge
07 Rainbow, Birmingham
09 Louisiana, Bristol
10 Cavern, Exeter
11 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
12 Barly, London
14 Joiners, Southampton
*Milk Teeth Only

Into It. Over It. and The Hotelier will be touring the UK together in May. Support comes from Rozwell Kid.

07 Joiners, Southampton
08 Thekla, Bristol
09 Scala, London
10 Sound Control, Manchester
11 Restless Natives Fest, Glasgow
12 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
13 Bodega, Nottingham

Fatherson will mark the release of their new album ‘Open Book’ on June 3rd with their biggest headline shows to date.

02 Scala, London
04 ABC, Glasgow

At the start of the year, we highlighted 50 acts to watch this year. Next month two of those acts, Brightr and Anna’s Anchor, will be teaming up together to play a run of shows in the UK and Ireland.

6th Bru Bar, Cork
7th Upstairs @ Roisin Dubh, Dublin
8th The Stormy Teacup, Limerick
9th The Scene, Swansea
10th Mothers Ruin, Bristol
11th The Quadrant, Brighton
13th Hinds House, Leeds
14th Little Buildings, Newcastle
15th Banshee Labyrinth, Edinburgh
16th The 13th Note, Glasgow
17th Downstairs @ Fibber Magees, Dublin
18th S & G, Manchester*
*Brightr only

Thrash heroes Municipal Waste will be touring the UK in June following their appearance at Download Festival.

13th Cathouse, Glasgow
14th Think Tank, Newcastle
15th Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
16th Underworld, London
17th Sound Control, Manchester

coldrain will return to the UK this May with their first ever run of headline shows.

20th Thekla, Bristol
21st Borderline, London
22nd Sound Control, Manchester
23rd King Tuts, Glasgow
24th Rock City Basement, Nottingham
26th Engine Rooms, Southampton
27th Sub 89, Reading

As Lions and Heart Of A Coward will be supporting Trivium later this month.

20th UEA, Norwich
21st Corn Exchange, Ipswich
22nd Pyramid, Portsmouth
23rd O2 Academy, Bristol
25th O2 Academy, Oxford
26th Engine Shed, Lincoln
27th O2 Academy, Leicester
29th Barbican, York
30th Empire, Middlesbrough
31st Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen
1st Grand Hall, Kilmarnock

Brighton indie punks Harker will play a run of UK shows alongside German punks Casually Dressed as part of a European tour.

5th Underground, Plymouth
6th Sticky Mike’s, Brighton
7th The Harp Restrung, Folkestone

Slaves (US) and Palisades will follow their appearance at Download with two UK shows.

11 Download Festival, Donington Park
14 The Exchange, Bristol
15 Borderline, London

Croydon alternative outfit Best of Enemies have announced a UK tour for this May. Support comes from Lost In Paradise and City Of Ashes.

26 Surya, London
27 Think Tank, Newcastle
28 Fac251, Manchester
29 Latest Music Bar, Brighton
30 Sumo, Leicester

Goth punks Ashestoangels will be touring the UK on their first headline tour next month.

21 Think Tank, Newcastle
22 The Garage Attic, Glasgow
23 Key Club, Leeds
25 The Exchange, Bristol
26 Sound Control, Manchester
27 Live Room, Chester
28 Rainbow Courtyard, Birmingham
30 The Borderline, London

Glasgow rockers Servant Sun have announced a UK tour in support of the release of their second EP ‘Hundred Waves.’ They will be joined by London techmeisters Derange.

7th The Brewhouse, Warrington
8th Zephyr Lounge, Leamington Spa
9th The Pig and Drum, Worcester
10th The Gryphon, Bristol
12th Horns Watford, Watford
13th King Billy, Northampton
14th The Shed, Leicester
15th Alma Inn, Bolton
16th Audio, Glasgow (Release Show)
21st The Green Room, Perth
22nd The Tackety Bit, Kilmarnock
23rd Monty’s Bar, Dunfermline

London up and comers Massmatiks head out on a UK tour this month.

10th Joiners, Southampton
11th The Wheatsheaf, Oxford
12th The Flag, Watford
15th Sanctuary, Basingstoke
16th The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
17th 60 Million Postcards, Bournemouth
19th The Black Heart, Camden
22nd The Boileroom, Guildford
24th The Phoenix, High Wycombe
25th Crowdpleaser, Huddersfield (Hang The DJ)
26th Verve Bar, Leeds

Bath indie rockers Bare Knuckle Parade have revealed a run of Spring UK dates.

05 The Joker, Brighton
06 The Social, London
07 Ifor Bach, Cardiff
08 Moles, Bath
09 Frog And Fiddle, Cheltenham
22 The Lounge, Newport
26 Whiskey Jar, Manchester
27 Jack’s, Newcastle
28 Whirling Dervish, Middleborough
06 Barfly, London

In The News

Transit will be splitting up following a final US tour.

The King Blues’ Itch had some interesting comments to say to Rock Sound about the departure of guitarist Jamie Jazz.

ROAM have parted ways with drummer Charlie Pearson.

Apologies, I Have None will be teaming up with Australian outfit Luca Brasi for a split EP. It will be released through Holy Roar/Uncle M.

1. Wraith (Apologies, I Have None)
2. Red Wine (Apologies, I Have None)
3. Aeroplane (Luca Brasi)
4. Borders and Statelines (Luca Brasi)

A Loss For Words have shared a collection of rare, acoustic and cover songs.

Vinnie Caruana of The Movielife and I Am the Avalanche has revealed details of his debut solo album. ‘Survivor’s Guilt’ will be released in the UK through Big Scary Monsters on 27th May. UK dates are to be announced soon.

01) Burn It Down
02) We Don’t Have To Die Alone
03) Angel Of The North
04) Heavy Weighs The Summer
05) Survivor’s Guilt
06) Gem Street
07) Under My Side Of The Bed
08) I Don’t Believe You
09) Roll Back To Me
10) Your Religion Is Killing Me

Kevin Devine has announced the sixth instalment of his ‘Devinyl Splits’ series. ‘Devinyl Splits No. 6’ sees Devine teaming up with Brand New’s Jesse Lacey to cover two songs by R.E.M. The split will be released through Bad Timing Records on March 25th.

1. Jesse Lacey – Bad Day (R.E.M. cover)
2. Kevin Devine – Imitation Of Life (R.E.M. cover)

The highly anticipated debut full-length from New Orleans rock outfit Cane Hill will be called ‘Smile’ and will be released on July 15th via Rise Records.

Brooklyn band Haybaby have confirmed they will release a new EP, ‘Blood Harvest,’ in May through Tiny Engines.

1. Stupid
2. Joke/Rope
3. Kramer/Dreams
4. What It Is
5. Pig

Minnesota’s Tiny Moving Parts have set a release date of May 20th for their new album – ‘Celebrate’. It will be released in the UK through Big Scary Monsters.

01) Good Enough
02) Happy Birthday
03) Birdhouse
04) Headache
05) Common Cold
06) Stay Warm
07) Breathe Deep
08) Volumes
09) Minnesota
10) Minnow

Experimental post-hardcore 5-piece Dance Gavin Dance will release ‘Tree City Sessions’ on May 13th via Rise Records.

1. Alex English (Tree City Sessions)
2. The Robot With Human Hair Pt. 4 (Tree City Sessions)
3. Tree Village (Tree City Sessions)
4. Lemon Meringue Tie (Tree City Sessions)
5. We Own The Night (Tree City Sessions)
6. Thug City (Tree City Sessions)
7. Carl Barker (Tree City Sessions)
8. Death Of A Strawberry (Tree City Sessions)
9. The Jiggler (Tree City Sessions)
10. Me and Zoloft Get Along Just Fine (Tree City Sessions)
11. Spooks (Tree City Sessions)
12. And I Told Them I Invented Times New Roman (Tree City Sessions)

Henrietta have shared details of their new album – ‘Paper Wings.’ It’s set to be released through Animal Style Records on April 29th.

1. Paper Wings
2. Departures
3. Black & Blue
4. Arrows
5. In the Backyard
6. Opposite Ways
7. Few Friends

Progressive post-rock fourpiece FOES have joined Basick Records. A new single, ‘Beautiful Fiction’ will be released on March 18th.

South Wales’ Casey have inked a deal with Hassle Records. A 12" EP titled ‘Darling’ will be released soon.

1. Darling
2. Hell
3. Teeth
4. Fade

Toronto’s Greys have announced their sophomore LP, titled ‘Outer Heaven,’ will be released on April 22nd via Carpark Records and Buzz Records.

01) Cruelty
02) No Star
03) If It’s All The Same To You
04) Blown Out
05) Erosion
06) Complaint Rock
07) In For A Penny
08) Strange World
09) Sorcerer
10) My Life As A Cloud

American Hi-Fi will be releasing an acoustic version of their self-titled album through Rude Records on April 29th.

Rival Sons have revealed their new album will be titled ‘Hollow Bones’.

Essex rockers Reachback will return on March 25th with a new EP titled ‘Hello Paradise.’

1. The Party’s Over
2. Just a Kiss
3. You’re on Fire, Kid!
4. Stereo
5. Don’t Ever Grow Up

Indie six-piece Adjy have joined Triple Crown Records. Their new EP, ‘Prelude (.3333)’ is out now.

Hamilton, Ontario, Canada’s Rarity will be releasing their Rise Records debut full-length, ‘I Couldn’t Be Weaker’ on April 8th.

01. Hollow
02. Effexor
03. Stranger
04. Inhale
05. Orchid (Ft. Joshua Hanusiak of A Sight For Sewn Eyes)
06. Realm
07. Absent (Ft. Derek DiScanio of State Champs)
08. Palette
09. Exhale
10. Passenger

Glasgow based metal brutes From Sorrow To Serenity have confirmed that their debut LP ‘Remnant Of Humanity’ will drop on April 22nd.

Festival News

Biffy Clyro and Fall Out Boy have been announced as the final co-headliners for this years Reading and Leeds Festival. Other names included in the latest announcement are: Lower Than Atlantis, Skindred, Five Finger Death Punch, Savages, The King Blues, State Champs, Basement, Modern Baseball, Chvrches and Haim.

The second batch of bands for UK Tech-Metal Fest has been revealed with Animals As Leaders being confirmed as the third headliners. The other new additions are Intervals, Humanity’s Last Breath, Plini, Novelists, Frontierer (worldwide exclusive debut), Yvette Young, Port Noir, She Must Burn, Ghost Iris, A Night In The Abyss, Loathe and Zephyr.

ArcTanGent have revealed the line-up for the early entry day portion of this years festival. The bill has been dubbed the “returning all-stars” day and sees Mono, Three Trapped Tigers, Rolo Tomassi, Talons, Tangled Hair, Body Hound, Axes, Quadrupède, Delta Sleep, Samoans and Poly-Math (plus the already announced TTNG, Alarmist and ANTA) playing exclusively for those with early access.

The next round of bands for Camden Rocks Festival have been announced and sees Carl Barât and & The Jackals, Creeper, Glen Matlock, CC Smugglers, Tellison and Billy Bragg join the bill. The other new names announced are Gun, Zoax, The Hell, Youth Club, Vukovi, Goldray, Reigning Days, Wearing Scars, AvaGrace, Francobollo, The Hyena Kill, The Pearl Harts, Anita Chellamah, JPNSGRLS, FAERS, S.E.X, Staring Out The Sun, Shea and Alive With Eyes. Camden Rocks takes place on Saturday June 4th.

Corrosion Of Conformity, Unearth, Ghost Bath, Evil Scarecrow and XII Boar are the latest editions to be announced for Bloodstock Open Air.

Lonely The Brave will headline the Anchored to The Sound Festival in Plymouth on August 27th. Some of the other names announced so far include Max Raptor, Ducking Punches, Adelphia, Pay No Respect, Freeze the Atlantic and Carcer City. Early bird tickets are available now and are priced at £17.

Details of the Restless Natives Festival have been revealed. It will take place will take place in seven venues and studios around Glasgow’s East End from May 9th – 15th. The line-up so far includes Future Of The Left, Rolo Tomassi, Canadian composer Tim Hecker, electronic maverick Blanck Mass, Chicago favourites Into It. Over It., alt-rockers The Hotelier and Glasgow’s very own United Fruit. Tickets and further info can be found at

Details of Liverpool’s Jump on Demand Festival have been revealed. It will take place across two nights at Maguire’s Pizza Bar on June 24th and 25th. Headliners come in the form of Montroze (Friday) and Highlives (Saturday). Other names announced so far Breathe In The Silence, Coast to Coast, Red Winter, Landmarks, Willowside Park, Storyteller, Martyn Ellis and Summer’s Colour.


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