In Case You Missed It (08/05/2016)

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

POLAR. – No Cure No Saviour
Sad Blood – Legion of Gloom EP
Away Days – Away Days EP
Astronautalis – Cut The Body Loose
Bellevue Days – Sad Boy EP
NOTHING – Tired of Tomorrow
Hit The Lights – Just To Get Through To You
United Fruit – Eternal Return

blink-182 – Built This Pool
Red Hot Chili Peppers – Dark Necessities
Beartooth – Loser
Chelsea Grin – Clickbait
VIMIC – Simple Skeletons
Vinnie Caruana – I Don’t Believe You
Frameworks – Tangled
Hesitation Wounds – Operatic
Area 11 – Watchmaker
Lacuna Coil – Ghost In The Mist
Walleater – Can You Feel My Love?
Furr – Think Sharp Kid
Tiger Amry – Firefall
Blaak Heat – Black Hawk
Tens – Mayday
Night Owls – Call Me Out
Citizen – Nail In Your Hand

New Videos

Lonely The Brave – Rattlesnakes
Modern Baseball – Wedding Singer
Real Friends – Mess
Dead! – You’re So Cheap
Hands Like Houses – Degrees Of Separation
coldrain – The Story
Fangclub – Bullet Head
Eat Me – Big Love
Chisel Beeches – You’re Boring
Rarity – Stranger
Evarose – Glitch
Rozwell Kid – Magic Eye
Stearica – Bes
Dream Theater – Our New World
Heart Of Gold – Adore You
Conrad Kelly – Engines Of The Dark
Patrick Craig – Figher
Danny Worsnop – Out Without You
Personal Best – I Go Quiet
One Days Notice – Hey Anna
The Alchemy – Modern Age
City of Ashes – Vipers Nest
Heel – Nothing New
Hellyeah – Human
One Gone Thus – Self & Soul
Larkhill – Wasted & Stoned
Tacocat – Talk
Get Stoked – Stepping Off The Porch
Your Favorite Enemies – 1-2-3 (One Step Away)
Glasstide – Lights
Staring Out The Sun – Where Are We?

Tour News

Of Mice and Men have announced two small shows in London and Kingston, around their second stage headline slot at Slam Dunk Festival.

26th 02 Islington Academy
1st Hippodrome, Kingston

Anti-Flag have added a one-off UK headliner at the Wedgewood Rooms in Portsmouth in the wake of their appearance at this year’s Download Festival, where they play on Saturday, June 11th.

Pinegrove have announced they will be heading to the UK and Ireland in the Autumn in support of their latest album – ‘Cardinal’.

04 End Of The Road Festival, Larmer Tree Gardens
05 Gullivers, Manchester
06 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
07 Hug & Pint, Glasgow
08 Think Tank, Newcastle
09 Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
10 Bestival, Isle Of Wight
11 Joiners, Southampton
12 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
13 The Lexington, London
15 Green Door Store, Brighton
01 Fighting Cocks, Kingston
03 Bodega, Nottingham
04 Studio 2, Liverpool
05 Limelight 2, Belfast
06 Roisin Dubh, Galway
07 Kasbah Social Club, Limerick
08 Roi Whelans, Dublin

3 Doors Down will be touring the UK in November where they iwll be joined by Pop Evil.

02 02 Academy, Bristol
03 02 Academy, Birmingham
05 Academy, Manchester
06 Hammersmith Apollo, London

British extreme metal masters Akercocke have revealed a run of UK shows.

30th Underworld, London
1st Engine Rooms, Southampton
2nd The Fleece, Bristol
7th Corporation, Sheffield
8th Voodoo Lounge, Dublin
9th Club Academy, Manchester
15th The Watersplash, Jersey

Instrumental trio Stearica will be touring the UK next month in support of last years ‘Fertile’ LP.

22 The Joker, Brighton
24 Bloc, Glasgow
25 Delius Art & Cultural Centre – Threadfest, Bradford (lead-in show)
26 Stag & Hounds, Bristol
27 JT Soar, Nottingham
28 Strange Daze Festival, Cardiff
29 Raw Power Festival, London

Muncie Girls will play a short run of headline shows next month.

16 Nation of Shopkeepers, Leeds
17 Roundhouse, Leicester
18 Live Rooms, Chester

Athens-based quartet Despite Everything will be bringing their brand of European DIY punk to the UK this month as part of a European tour.

07 Deadpunk Special Festival, Bristol
08 Fighting Cocks, Kingston
09 Marrs Bar, Worcester
10 The Junction, Plymouth
11 The Studio Bar, Penzance
12 The Vic, Swindon
13 The Festing, Southsea
14 Veg Bar, London
15 The Alexander Beer Emporium, Southampton
26 Green Door Store, Brighton
27 More of this Fest, Kingston

Area 11 will support the release of their ‘Modern Synthesis’ album with a headline tour in July.

04 The Borderline, London (album release show)
19 Arts Club, Liverpool
20 The Mash House, Edinburgh
21 The Tunnels, Aberdeen
22 Chapter 3, Scarborough
23 Think Tank, Newcastle
24 Parish, Huddersfield
26 Forum, Tunbridge Wells
27 The Underground, Plymouth
28 Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton
29 The Live Rooms, Chester
30 The Cookie, Leicester
01 Waterfront Studio, Norwich

In The News

Red Hot Chili Peppers will return on June 17th with their eleventh album – ‘The Getaway’.

1. The Getaway
2. Dark Necessities
3. We Turn Red
4. The Longest Wave
5. Goodbye Angels
6. Sick Love
7. Go Robot
8. Feasting on the Flowers
9. Detroit
10. This Ticonderoga
11. Encore
12. The Hunter
13. Dreams of a Samurai

Former Slipknot drummer Joey Jordison has called time on Scar The Martyr and has launched a new band – Vimic. A debut album entitled ‘Open Your Omen’ will be released through Roadrunner Records later this year.

Salt Lake City deathcore juggernauts Chelsea Grin have revealed details of their new album ‘Self Inflicted,’ which will be released through Rise Records on July 1st.

1. Welcome Back
2. Four Horsemen
3. Love Song
4. Clickbait
5. Skin Deep
6. Scratching and Screaming
7. Strung Out
8. Broken Bonds
9. Life Sentence
10. Never, Forever
11. Say Goodbye

Gainesville, FL’s post-hardcore band Frameworks will release their Deathwish Inc. debut, ‘Smother,’ on July 8th.

1. Fear Of Missing Out
2. Smother
3. Peculiar
4. Purge
5. Song Of Myself
6. Tinnitus
7. Marathon
8. Interlude
9. Trite
10. Tangled
11. The New Narcissistic American Dream

Lockjaw Records have revealed details of their new compilation. ‘No Guts No Glory: A Tribute To Kicking Crohn’s & Colitis’ Ass’ consists of 26 songs with the likes of Gnarwolves, Boston Manor, Seaway, Landscapes and A Wilhelm Scream contributing tracks. All profits from the compilation will go to Crohn’s and Colitis UK.

1. Fair Do’s – Hostile Company
2. Antillectual – Soundtrack
3. Astpai – Small Change
4. Gnarwolves – The Waiting Line
5. Mainline 10 – Not Afraid
6. One Hidden Frame – Immortal
7. Graveyard Johnnys – The Poison
8. Weatherstate – Ill
9. Seaway – Best Mistake
10. The Decline – I Don’t Believe
11. Belvedere – As Above, So Below
12. The Human Project – Séance Fiction
13. Boston Manor – Trapped Nerve
14. Drones – Parasite
15. Anchord – Bad Cop
16. Perkie – Walls Come Crashing
17. Landscapes – Neighborhood
18. Brightr – Sick Note
19. The Wonder Beers – Geezers
20. Screech Bats – Pathologigirl
21. Almeida – Payday
22. A Wilhelm Scream – Gut Sick Companion
23. Petrol Girls – Restless
24. Darko – In The Company of Wolves
25. Jaya The Cat – Hello Hangover
26. Jamie Lenman Friends – In Low Place

Post-sludge group Conjurer have revealed details of their debut release. ‘I’ will be released through Holy Roar Records on July 1st.

1. Behold The Swine
2. Scorn
3. A Chasm Forged In Dread and Disarray
4. Frail

Being As An Ocean’s Michael McGough’s solo project Heart Of Gold have joined Equal Vision Records. Their debut EP, ‘Blame’ will be released on June 3rd.

1. Ghost
2. Blame
3. Adore You
4. Your Love is Enough

Bristol alt-rock quartet Area 11 have confirmed they will release a new album titled ‘Modern Synthesis’ on July 1st via Cooking Vinyl.

1. Override
2. The Contract
3. Watchmaker
4. Versus
5. Processor
6. Red Queen
7. Angel Lust
8. The Life Of A Ghost
9. After The Flags
10. Nebula
11. Panacea And The Prelogue

Siege Music have signed brutal metal newcomers Jonestown.

Tiny Engines have welcomed Minneapolis, MN’s Strange Relations to their roster. The label will release the band’s new ‘Going Out’ EP on August 7th.

Festival News

Ash, Sikth, Vant, Jamie Lenman, Augustines, The LaFontaines, Hey! Hello!, and Cheap Meat are the latest names to be announced for the 2000 Trees Festival.

BABYMETAL are confirmed for their first main stage appearance at the Download Festival.


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