In Case You Missed It (07/05/2017)

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


Mallory Knox – Unwired EP
PWR BTTM – Pageant
A Lot Like Birds – DIVISI
Incendiary – Thousand Mile Stare
Emperor X – Oversleepers International
Nihiling – Batteri


Papa Roach – None Of The Above
Nothing But Thieves – Amsterdam
DREAMCAR – On The Charts
Anna’s Anchor – You Are A Lighthouse
This Wild Life – Heart-Shaped Box (Nirvana cover)
Best Ex – Girlfriend
Alpha Male Tea Party – Museum of Walking
Us and Us Only – Bored of Black
Andrew Paley – Waltz #2
Least of These – Cadence
Skarlett Riot – Feel (Zardonic Remix)
Conveyer – Whetstone
KINGS – What Flag Are You Flying?
Barrabus – Porn

New Videos

Paramore – Told You So
Linkin Park – Good Goodbye (feat. Pusha T and Stormzy)
Biffy Clyro – Friends and Enemies
Sum 41 – Goddamn I’m Dead Again
Pvris – Heaven
AFI – Hidden Knives
Mallory Knox – California
Don Broco – Pretty
Rancid – Ghost of A Chance
Papa Roach – HELP
Cloud Nothings – Enter Entirely
Sorority Noise – No Halo
Have Mercy – Coexist (Acoustic Video)
CKY – Days Of Self Destruction
Bullet For My Valentine – Her Voice Resides (Live At Brixton: Chapter Two)
Beartooth – Fair Weather Friend (Live Video)
Ho99o9 – War Is Hell
Fozzy – Judas
Mutoid Man – Kiss Of Death
Weirds – Phantom
Patrons – Listen
Dryjacket – Patron Without Funds
Miss Vincent – Cold Hands
We Came From Wolves – The Peak Beneath the Sea
Fangclub – Bad Words
Gun Shy – Test You Like Gold
Adult Mom – Drive Me Home
Veridian – Headlights
The Burnt Tapes – Oh, Marie
InTechnicolour – Doomer
Voyager – Ghost Mile
Powerflo – Resistance
All At Sea – Wake, Work, Repeat
Islander – Casket
Set The Score – Homebound
Figures – Recoil
Hey Charlie – Hey
FLING – Lookin’ Outta My Window
Charlie Manning – Light Years In Moments
The Night Flight Orchestra – Domino
The Lotus – Mars-X
The Weight Of Atlas – The Art Of Letting Go

Tour News

Don Broco have announced a one-off show at Alexandra Palace in London. It will be the band’s only UK headline show of 2017, and will take place on Saturday, November 11th.

Nothing But Thieves will be playing a run of intimate shows later this month. Support comes from Airways and Cortes.

23rd The Globe, Cardiff
24th Dingwalls, London
25th Waterfront Studio, Norwich
26th Institute 3, Birmingham
28th La Belle Angele, Edinburgh
29th Brickyard, Carlisle
30th Fibbers, York

Nothing will coming to the UK for two headline shows in London and Brighton, as well as a handful of shows supporting Car Seat Headrest.

27 The Lexington, London
28 Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton
29 Forum, London
(w/ Car Seat Headrest)
30 Ritz, Manchester
(w/ Car Seat Headrest)
31 Leeds Uni, Leeds
(w/ Car Seat Headrest)
01 Electric Fields Festival, Thornhill

Veridian and Catch Fire will be playing three co-headline shows next month.

16 Ex, Corby
17 Castle Tavern, Luton
18 Tunnel 267, Wimbledon

Maryland-based rockers Lionize will be touring the UK in between fesival appearances this summer.

Fri 28th Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
Sat 29th Ramblin’ Man Fair
Sun 30th The Flapper, Birmingham
Mon 31st Rebellion, Manchester
Tue 1st O2 Abc 2, Glasgow
Wed 2nd O2 Academy 2, Newcastle
Thu 3rd Key Club, Leeds
Fri 4th O2 Academy 2, Oxford
Sat 5th Our Black Heart, London
Fri 11th Bloodstock Open Air

In The News

Rancid will return on June 9th with a new album called ‘Trouble Maker’. It will be released through Hellcat Records and Epitaph Records.

1. Track Fast
2. Ghost of a Chance
3. Telegraph Avenue
4. An Intimate Close Up Of A Street Punk Trouble Maker
5. Where I’m Going
6. Buddy
7. Farewell Lola Blue
8. All American Neighborhood
9. Bovver Rock and Roll
10. Make it Out Alive
11. Molly Make Up Your Mind
12. I Got Them Blues Again
13. Beauty of the Pool Hall
14. Say Goodbye to Our Heroes
15. I Kept a Promise
16. Cold Cold Blood
17. This is Not the End
18. We Arrived On Time (bonus)
19. Go On Rise Up (bonus)

Bullet for My Valentine have announced plans to release a new live set. ‘Live From Brixton: Chapter Two’ documents the band’s two shows at O2 Academy Brixton last December, which saw the Welsh metallers play two different sets each night. Night one saw the band play highlights from their career, with night two seeing the band perform their 2005 debut, ‘The Poison’, in full.

‘Bullet For My Valentine – Live From Brixton: Chapter Two’ will be available on DVD, Blu-Ray, CD & Vinyl. Fans can pre-order through PledgeMusic or here.

Released July 28th:
• ‘Night One’ CD (career-spanning setlist)
• ‘Night Two’ CD (‘The Poison’ in its entirety setlist)
• DVD (feat. both nights)
• Blu-Ray (feat. both nights)
Autumn 2017:
Triple disc Red Vinyl (‘Night Two’ only)

CKY’s new album will be called ‘The Phoenix’ is set to be released on June 16th via Long Branch Records / SPV.

Candy Hearts have become Best Ex. It will see Mariel Loveland be joined by a rotating lineup. A debut EP, ‘Ice Cream Anti Social’, will be released soon.

Irish rockers Fangclub have announced their self-titled debut album will be released on August 4th via Vertigo Records.

1. Bullet Head
2. Role Models
3. Lightning
4. Psycho
5. Dreamcatcher
6. Bad Words
7. Best Fake Friends
8. Common Ground
9. Loner
10. Better To Forget
11. Animal Skin

The venue and headline sponsor for the very first Heavy Music Awards have been announced. It will take place at House of Vans in London on August 24th and will be sponsored by Rock and metal merchandise company, EMP.

Metal/Hip-Hop group Powerflo have announced they will release their self-titled album on June 23rd via New Damage Records.

Baltimore’s Us and Us Only have detailed their debut album, ‘Full Flower’. It’s due for release on July 14th via Topshelf Records.

1. sun4u
2. Kno
3. Bored of Black
4. Shame
5. My Mouth
6. Veiled – Forming
7. way2loud
8. Full Flower
9. Lawn
10. After Halloween Slump
11. Dresses
12. Winter Sails

Later this month, Funk Turry Funk will be releasing ‘A Brief Smile – Tribute To Elliott Smith’. It will see names such as The Smoking Popes, Sundressed, Elder Brother, Chris T-T, Franz Nicolay and Ducking Punches cover songs by influential singer-songwriter Elliott Smith.

1. Andrew Paley – Waltz #2
2. Goldenboy – No Name #1
3. Last Days of April – Ballad Of Big Nothing
4. Smoking Popes – Let’s Get Lost
5. Sundressed – 2.45 AM
6. Secret Space – A Fond Farewell
7. Elder Brother – Twilight
8. Rob Moir feat. Abigail Lapell – Bled White
9. Carter Hulsey – No Name #3
10. Daria – Waltz #1
11. Dan Webb And The Spiders – Whatever (Folksong in C)
12. Jo Bergeron – Going Nowhere
13. SEA + AIR – Everything Means Nothing To Me
14. Stocksmile – Biggest Lie
15. Adam Rubenstein – Mama Wouldn’t Be Proud
16. Chris T-T – Cupid’s Trick
17. Ducking Punches – Needle In The Hay
18. Ghost Of A Chance – Angeles
19. John Allen – Between The Bars
20. Franz Nicolay – Everything Reminds Me Of Her

Black Star Riders have welcomed Chad Szeliga (formerly ofBreaking Benjamin and Black Label Society) as their new drummer.

Anthemic melodic-punk and reggae group, Authority Zero, have joined Bird Attack Records for the release of ‘Broadcasting To The Nations’, which is due for June 2nd.

Hassle Records have welcomed Dutch grunge trio Paceshifters. A new album entitled ‘Waiting to Derail’ will be released later this year.

Australian alt-prog band, Figures will release their second EP, ‘Chronos’, on June 16th.

Midwest powerhouse hardcore band Spine have joined Bridge Nine Records.

Barabbus will release their self-titled album on 9th June via Undergroove Records.

London-via-Athens punks, The Burnt Tapes have detailed their new EP. ‘Alterations’ will be released through Lockjaw Records (UK CD/Digital), Umlaut Records (Vinyl) and Cannonball Records on Friday 2nd June.

Winsconsin hardcore punk band, Conveyer will return on June 23rd with a new album called ‘No Future’. It will be released through Victory Records.

Festival News

Bloodstock Festival have added Broken Teeth, Lionize, Black Moth, Wolfheart, and Mantar to this summer’s bill.


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