In Case You Missed It (08/01/2017)

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

Manchester Punk Festival Vol. 12
Under Fire – Blackout EP
The Flats – Auburn In The Everlast

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Code Orange – Bleeding in the Blur
Less Than Jake – Things Change
Less Than Jake – Bomb Drop
Darkest Hour – Timeless Numbers
Julien Baker – Funeral Pyre
Sinai Vessel – Ramekin
Dryjacket – Spelling Era
Thin Lips – Not Losing Sleep
First Blood – Rules of Life
consuumer – Shattered Fruit
Del Paxton – Koolwink
Paper Flowers – Sprained Ankle (Julien Baker cover)
Droughts – Welcome Back
Nightlife – Out of Your Mind
The Bottom Line – When I Come Around
Figure Eight – Forever

New Videos

AFI – Snow Cats
Suicide Silence – Doris
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes – Wild Flowers
Brutality Will Prevail – Forever Restless
The Gospel Youth – The Miles We Are Apart
Beaumont – E Street
Darko – Hiraeth
Lazlo – Pioneers
Chapter of Wolves – Careful
Forever Still – Miss Madness (Acoustic)
Black Star Riders – Testify Or Say Goodbye
Yeesh – End Results
Aviator – Heaven’s Gate
Eight Days – Salt Water
Blank Atlas – Miles Apart (Acoustic)
Home Wrecked – Never Say Never
Nominee – Retrospect
When We Team Up – The Wandering
Yorkshire Rats – Alone Together
The Cheap Cassettes – Wreckless
Daycare For Jedi – Next Chapter
All Them Witches – 3-5-7

Tour News

Palm Reader have announced a February UK tour alongside Toy Mountains.

11th Anvil, Bournemouth
12th Cobblestones, Bridgewater
13th Underground, Plymouth
14th Black Heart, London
15th Rebellion, Manchester
16th Garage, Glasgow
17th Jumpin’ Jacks, Newcastle
18th Mulberry Arms, Sheffield
19th Flapper, Birmingham

Milk Teeth are the final band to be announced for Creeper’s UK tour. They the previously announced Energy and Puppy.

25th Academy 2, Manchester
26th The Garage, Glasgow
27th University, Newcastle
28th Stylus, Leeds
30th Electric Ballroom, London
31st The 1865, Southampton
1st Institute 2, Birmingham
2nd Tramshed, Cardiff

Trash Boat have been added to The Wonder Years tour with PUP and Tiny Moving Parts.

28 Workmans Club, Dublin (No Pup)
29 Empire, Belfast (No Pup)
31 Uni Stylus, Leeds
01 Koko, London
03 O2 Institute, Birmingham
04 QMU, Glasgow
05 O2 Ritz, Manchester

Cassels and The New Tusk will start 2017 with a short run of shows.

12 The Prince Albert, Brighton w/ Gender Roles
13 The Waiting Room, London
14 The Star Inn, Guildford w/ Dym

Larkhill, H_ngm_n and Brightr have announced a run of UK shows for late February.

22 The Quadrant, Brighton (Acoustic Show)
23 The Junction, Plymouth
24 Le Pub, Newport
25 Old Blue Last, London
26 The Alex, Southampton

San Francisco’s Death Valley High will be touring with Orgy next month.

Thu 23rd Ruby Lounge, Manchester
Fri 24th Fiddlers, Bristol
Sat 25th Garage, London
Sun 26th Talking Heads, Southampton

Havok will support the release of ‘Conformicide’ in March with a run of UK shows.

April (with Warbringer, Gorod & Exmortus)
01 Heavy Scotland Festival, Edinburgh (Havok only!)
02 Rebellion, Manchester
03 Mama Roux’s, Birmingham
04 Underworld, London

Nightlife will head out on a short UK run this month.

17th Surya, London
18th The Star Inn, Guildford
19th Latest Music Bar, Brighton
20th Queens Hall, Nuneaton
21st BrewDog, Leicester

Texan indie rock artist Lomelda has been announced as the main support for Pinegrove’s upcoming UK tour in February and March.

21 The Fleece, Bristol
22 Scala, London
23 Deaf Institute, Manchester
24 Stereo, Glasgow
25 Mama Roux’s, Birmingham
26 The Portland Arms, Cambridge
28 Epic Studios, Norwich
01 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
02 The Haunt, Brighton

In The News

Vocalist Austin Carlile has left Of Mice & Men due to his ongoing health issues.

Suicide Silence have revealed details of their self-titled fifth album. It will be released on February 24th 2017 via Nuclear Blast Records.

01. Doris
02. Silence
03. Listen
04. Dying In A Red Room
05. Hold Me Up, Hold Me Down
06. Run
07. The Zero
08. Conformity
09. Don’t Be Careful, You Might Hurt Yourself

Less Than Jake’s Pure Noise Records debut will be called ‘Sound the Alarm’ and is set for release on February 3rd.

The Gospel Youth have joined Velocity Records / Rise Records for the release of their debut album – ‘Tired Eyes and Heavy Hearts Always Lose’.

Darkest Hour will return on March 10th with the release of ‘Godless Prophets & The Migrant Flora’.

1. Knife In The Safe Room
2. This Is The Truth
3. Timeless Numbers
4. None of this is the Truth
5. The Flesh & The Flowers Of Death
6. Those Who Survivied
7. Another Headless Ruler of the Used
8. Widowed
9. Enter Oblivion
10. The Last of the Monuments
11. In the Name of Us All
12. Beneath it Sleeps

Somos have announced a hiatus.

To coincide with their UK and European tour together, Modern Baseball, Thin Lips and The Superweaks have announced they will be releasing three-way split through Big Scary Monsters and Lame-O Records. It will be released digitally on January 20th with physical copies available on the UK/EU tour.

1. Thin Lips – Not Losing Sleep
2. Modern Baseball – This Song Is Gonna Buy Brendan Lukens A New Pair Of Socks
3. The Superweaks – No Sorrow

Julien Baker has joined Matador Records.

Arkansas’ Pallbearer have signed a UK/EU deal with Nuclear Blast for the release of their new album – ‘Heartless’. The album is scheduled for release on 24th March.

1. I Saw the End
2. Thorns
3. Lie of Survival
4. Dancing in Madness
5. Cruel Road
6. Heartless
7. A Plea for Understanding

Thrash metal stalwarts Havok have announced details of their upcoming new studio album. Titled ‘Conformicide’, the band’s fourth full-length record will be released on March 10th via Century Media Records.

Metal-edged hardcore band First Blood have joined Pure Noise Records, and will release a new album called ‘Rules’ on February 10th.

1. Fuck The Rules
2. These Are The Rules
3. Rules Meant To Be Broken
4. Rules Of Life
5. Rules Of Conviction
6. Rules Of Engagement
7. Rules Of Justice
8. Rules Of Survival
9. Rules Of Freedom
10. Rules Of Sacrifice
11. Rules Of Government
12. Rules Of Crisis

Norwich quintet Youth Killed It have signed a deal with Rude Records.

Bristol punk band The St. Pierre Snake Invasion will be heading to Rockfield Studios in Monmouth on 16th January to record their second album.

The Obsessives have announced their second album will be self-titled and will be released through Lame-O Records on March 17th.

1. Intro
2. You’re My God
3. Surfer Rosa
4. Violent
5. A Shady Place
6. If You Really Love Me
7. Now She’s Smoking
8. It’s Not Fair
9. In Her Belly
10. It’s Okay If
11. He Is Wise
12. Sometimes
13. When One Thing Ends
14. You’re Gonna Be

Buffalo emo/math rock trio Del Paxton have detailed their debut album. ‘All Day, Every Day, All Night’ will be available on 3rd March via Topshelf Records.

1. My Other
2. Wrong Distance
3. Koolwink
4. Take it to the Limit
5. Sixes and Sevens
6. Coast to Coast AM
7. Loose Leaf
8. In the Well
9. Thermos
10. Green House
11. Primetime

Reading funk rap-rockers The Final Clause of Tacitus will release their debut EP, ‘Peace in Chaos’, on February 24th.

Philadelphia quartet Loose Tooth have detailed their new album. ‘Big Day’ is set for release on April 7th via Lame-O Records / Father/Daughter Records.

1. Sleep With The State Concept
2. Garlic Soup
3. Lisa Lives
4. Free Skate
5. Roach Motel
6. Day Old Glory
7. Dog Year
8. L Blu
9. Fish Boy

London quartet Nightlife have released details of ‘Salt & Acid’. It is the band’s debut album and is due for release on 24th February.

1. Left Alone
2. Purgatory
3. Out Of Your Mind
4. Broken Man
5. Blamer
6. Dilute
7. Lonely At The Wheel
8. Wholesome
9. Bullet Wounds
10. Wake Me When It’s Over
11. Salt & Acid

Philadelphia underground punks Sheer Mag have announced their first 12" vinyl release. ‘Compilation LP’ is due for release on 31st March on London’s Static Shock Records. The record features the band’s three 7-inch EP’s, released between 2014 and 2016.

Side One:
What You Want
Sit And Cry
Point Breeze
Hard Lovin
Fan The Flames
Travelin On
Side Two:
Whose Side Are You On
Button Up
Can’t Stop Fighting
Worth The Tears
Night Isn’t Bright
Nobody’s Baby

Chicago, IL queer post-hardcore band Droughts have a set a release date of February 24th for their debut album ‘Stay Behind’. The album will released through Skeletal Lightning.

1. Welcome Back
2. God City
3. Pure Carbon
4. I Wish I Had Your Optimism
5. Marionette
6. Remove Yourself
7. Cutouts
8. Lose Light
9. Mainstay
10. Stay Behind
11. Never Done

One-man gloom/showgaze band Planning For Burial (aka Thom Wasluck) have announced details of his third full-length. ‘Below the House’ is set for a March 10th on The Flenser.

1. Whiskey and Wine
2. Threadbare
3. Somewhere In The Evening
4. Warmth of You
5. Past Lives
6. (something)
7. Dull Knife pt. I
8. Dull Knife pt. II
9. Below the House

Danish pop-punks Daycare For Jedi have revealed details of ‘This Is What You Get’ The album will be released on March 10th via Prime Collective.

1. This Is What You Get
2. Change
3. Indifferent
4. Moonshine
5. A Better Way
6. Brother
7. Excuses
8. Next Chapter
9. Loser
10. Treading Water
11. Home

Portland, OR pop-punk five-piece When We Team Up will release their debut EP, ‘Shut Up and Fly’, on January 20th.

1. Band Practice (Intro)
2. Carry On
3. Macintosh
4. The Wandering
5. Summits (Interlude)
6. Sorry Northwest

Nottingham punks Taco Hell will release their second EP, ‘Retainer’, on 10th March. It will be released on cassette by Circle House Records.

1. My Mother Wouldn’t Approve
2. Palaeontology (Happy Birthday David Schwimmer)
3. Hold the Door
4. Wait for Me
5. Baby Teeth
6. Cheesy Chips

Festival News

Megadeth have been announced as the second headliner for the Bloodstock Festival.

The first names for Bristol’s Deadpunk Special have been announced. It’ll feature the likes of Happy Accidents, Slingshot Dakota, Nervus, Vicky Speedboat and more. The festival takes place on May 6th with shows taking place at The Exchange and The Stag and Hounds.

The first names for a new Bristol based festival called Fat Lip Fest have been announced. It’ll be headlined Young Guns. The other names announced so far are Blood Youth, Feed the Rhino, WSTR, As Lions, SHVPES, Straight Lines, EMPIRE, FOES and When We Were Wolves.

The Gospel Youth, Room94, Our Hollow, Our Home, Faux, Griever, and Grove Street Families are amongst the names to be added to Dorset’s Teddy Rocks Festival. They join headliners Twin Atlantic, Modestep and Scouting For Girls. Teddy Rocks Festival will take place on April 28th-30th 2017 at Charisworth Farm, Blandford, Dorset.


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