In Case You Missed It (07/08/2016)

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

Russian Circles – Guidance
Islander – Power Under Control
Sianvar – Stay Lost
The Brave – Epoch

Of Mice & Men – Real
The Dillinger Escape Plan – Limerent Death
The Color Morale – Lonesome Soul
Towers – Titan (ft Ellie Price)
Moose Blood – Cheek
Set It Off – Life Afraid
Defy The Ocean – Rest
God Damn – Sing This
The Black Moods – Someone To Save Us
JEFF The Brotherhood – Punishment
Sylar – Dark Daze
Owel – Paper Hands
Mantra – Destroy You

New Videos

Biffy Clyro – Howl
Beach Slang – Punks In A Disco Bar
Brian Fallon – Steve McQueen
AJJ – Junkie Church
Empires Fade – Warning Signs
Confessions Of A Traitor – Through Struggle, Hope Will Anchor Our Souls (feat. JT Cavey of ERRA)
Brave Vultures – With Me
Bayside – I’ve Been Dead All Day
SKIES – Hold On
Trophy Eyes – Chlorine
Black Foxxes – Whatever Lets You Cope
Broadside – The Simple Type
Clutch – A Quick Death in Texas
Lit Like Vegas – Drawing All The Lines
Annisokay – Beat It (Michael Jackson Cover)
Where There’s Life – Bright
Youth Man – Painted Blue
Greyhaven – On & On
Hercules Morse – Asleep At The Wheel
Mat Kerekes – My Lucky #3
A Room Swept White – Revival
Cassels – Ignoring All The Tunnels & Lights

Tour News

Due to popular demand, FVK has added a matinee performance to their farewell show on 30th October at London’s Underworld.

Richmond, Virginia’s speed metal punks Municipal Waste and Detriot metallic hardcore veterans Walls Of Jericho will join Agnostic Front and Suicidal Tendencies on the EMP Persistance Tour. It will hit the UK on 29th January at The Forum in London.

The Gospel Youth and These Minds will be joining Trash Boat on their UK tour in September.

23 Studio 2, Liverpool
24 Opium, Edinburgh
25 Corporation, Sheffield
26 Epic Studio, Norwich
27 Boilerroom, Guildford
28 Wells Forum, Tunbridge

Apologies, I Have None have been added as support for The Front Bottoms’ UK tour with Gnarwolves.

19 Academy, Dublin
20 Rock City, Nottingham
21 O2 Abc, Glasgow
22 O2 Ritz, Manchester
23 O2 Institute, Birmingham
25 Northumbria University, Newcastle
26 Beckett SU, Leeds
28 O2 Academy, Bristol
29 1865, Southampton
03 O2 Forum, London

Coventry alt rock/pop punk band The Prophets will be heading out on a short run of UK shows later this month.

16 Surya, London
17 Rainbow Courtyard, Birmingham
18 Factory, Manchester
19 ThinkTank, Newcastle
20 Stereo, Glasgow

Cali sludgecore group All Hail The Yeti have announced a string of UK dates with German dark rockers Unzucht.

Wed 9th O2 Islington Academy, London
Thu 10th The Exchange, Bristol
Fri 11th Fuel Rock Club, Cardiff
Sat 12th 2 Pigs Rock Club, Cheltenham
Sun 13th La Belle Angele, Edinburgh
Mon 14th Diamond Lounge, Doncaster
Tue 15th Wheatsheaf, Oxford

In The News

The Dillinger Escape Plan will go on an “extended hiatus” after the release of their new album ‘Dissociation’. The album will be released through Party Smasher Inc./Cooking Vinyl.

1. Limerent Death
2. Symptom Of Terminal Illness
3. Wanting Not So Much As To
4. Fugue
5. Low Feels Blvd
6. Surrogate
7. Honeysuckle
8. Manufacturing Discontent
9. Apologies Not Included
10. Nothing To Forget
11. Dissociation

The Yashin have announced they are splitting up with farewell shows to be announced soon.

Australia’s Trophy Eyes have revealed details of their new album. ‘Chemical Miracle!’ will be released on October 14th via Hopeless Records.

1. Chlorine
2. Counting Sheep
3. Nose Bleed
4. Heaven Sent
5. Rain On Me
6. Chemical
7. Breathe You In
8. Home Is
9. Miracle
10. Suicide Pact
11. Daydreamer

Turnstile will release a new four-song 7″ called ‘Move Thru Me’ through Pop Wig on September 16th.

The Raven Age have announced their debut album will be called ‘Darkness Will Rise’ and will be released in December.

1. Darkness Will Rise
2. Promised Land
3. Age Of The Raven
4. The Death March
5. Salem’s Fate
6. The Merciful One
7. Eye Among The Blind
8. Winds Of Change
9. Trapped Within The Shadows
10. My Revenge
11. The Dying Embers Of Life
12. Angel In Disgrace
13. Behind The Mask

Meshuggah will release their 8th album, ‘The Violent Sleep Of Reason’, on October 7th via Nuclear Blast Records.

1. Clockworks
2. Born in Dissonance
3. MonstroCity
4. By the Ton
5. Violent Sleep of Reason
6. Ivory Tower
7. Stifled
8. Nostrum
9. Our Rage Won’t Die
10. Into Decay

The likes of Neck Deep, PVRIS, Babymetal and Press To Meco have been nominated at the AIM Independent Music Awards. Whilst, Banquet Records’ Jon Tolley, Holy Roar Records and Epitaph Records/Anti- also received nominations.

New Jersey-based indie outfit Owel has signed to Equal Vision Records. The band will release their sophomore full-length, ‘dear me’ on November 11, which was co-produced by vocalist Jay Sakong and Gates’ vocalist Kevin Dye.

1. Slow
2. Pale Soft Light
3. Too Young to Fall In Love
4. Be Quiet
5. Paper Hands
6. I Am Not Yours
7. Steal the Moon
8. Annabel
9. Not Today
10. Places
11. Ocean Legs
12. Albert and the Hurricane

Nottingham math rock trio Alright the Captain have announced they will be going on hiatus.

New York City’s Wild Pink have joined Tiny Engines. An EP called ‘4 Songs’ will be released on October 7th.

1. 4th of July
2. Fall Semester
3. Forlim Chop
4. The Believer

Festival News

The first names for Struggletown Records’s annual ‘Struggle Fest’ have been announced.
The first acts are Dowsing, Ratboys, Losing Sleep, Anna’s Anchor, Jutland Songs, Flakes and Benjamin Blues.

The late night entertainment for this month’s Bloodstock Festival has been revealed. The Hobgoblin New Blood tent will be host several comedians; David Jordan, Chris Brooker: Comedian., Ingrid Dahle Comedy, Andrew O’Neill, Jim Smallman, Jonathan Mayor and Wil Hodgson. Whilst on the Sophie Lancaster stage, DJ sets will be provided from Evil Scarecrow’s Monty Blitzfist and Kraven Morrdeth (Friday), London’s VooDoo Rocks (Saturday), Total Rock’s Anna Dumpe (Sunday) plus BOA’s resident 4 DJ’s Of The Apocalypse doing their regular 12 Midnight-2am slot.

Weekend tickets for Reading Festival have completely sold out.


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