In Case You Missed It (08/10/2017)

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


William Patrick Corgan – Ogilala
Papa Roach – Live At BBC Radio 1
Have Mercy – Reaper/Ghost
Coldfront – Float Around
The Great Discord – The Rabbit Hole
Strange Ranger – Daymoon
Kali Masi – Wind Instrument
Jetty Bones – Old Women
Sammi Lanzetta – For Avery EP
Various – Earth Day (Green Day Covers Album)

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Weezer – Weekend Woman
Don Broco – Stay Ignorant
Knuckle Puck – Want Me Around
Avenged Sevenfold – Wish You Were Here
And So I Watch You From Afar – Dying Giants
Slaughter Beach, Dog – Acolyte
Cavalera Conspiracy – Insane
I the Mighty – Where the Mind Wants to Go
Good Tiger – Blueshift
Makthaverskan – Comfort
Gold Key – Hello Phantom
River Jumpers – Thick Blood
Yonaka – Bubblegum
Nothing, Nowhere – skully
LOWLIVES – Burn Forever
sittingthesummerout – Nothing Changes In Baltimore
SPQR – Suffer
Peach – Stay At Home
Dr. Living Dead – Cosmic Conqueror
Nomasta – Dawnbreaker
Proto Idiot – Theme
King Park – Stay
Voids – Invidia

New Videos

Anti-Flag – The Criminals
Quicksand – Cosmonauts
Five Finger Death Punch – Ain’t My Last Dance
Thy Art Is Murder – Puppet Master
Code Orange – The Mud
Body Count – This Why We Ride
Black Label Society – Room of Nightmares
Obey The Brave – Mad Season
Veil of Maya – Doublespeak
Muskets – You’re So Cool
Sleep On It – Windows
Dead! – The Golden Age Of Not Even Trying
WOES – Losing Time
Abandoned By Bears – I Want You Back (Jackson 5 Cover)
Young and Heartless – Bad Brain
Lullaby – Why Don’t You Love Me
Head North – White Light
Divides – Catalyst
Smidley – Milkshake
Night Owls – Bommerang
The Spook School – Still Alive
Akercocke – One Chapter Ends for Another to Begin
The Hirsch Effekt – BERCEUSE
Noija – Unknown
Savage Messiah – Wing and a Prayer
Ghost Atlas – Legs
Out Of My Eyes – Pigs Never Die
Father Mountain – Friends
Vicious. – Everything Sucks
Arch Echo – Color Wheel
Over To You – Storm Chasing

Tour News

Thirty Seconds to Mars have announced a UK arena tour for March 2018.

23 Fri Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
24 Sat Arena, Manchester
25 Sun The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
27 Tue The O2 Arena, London
29 Thu Arena, Birmingham

ROAM will follow up the release of ‘Great Heights & Nosedives’ on October 13th with a UK headline tour in December.

08 The Dome, London
09 Think Tank, Newcastle
10 Stereo, Glasgow
11 Deaf Institute, Manchester
12 Key Club, Leeds
13 Mama Roux’s, Birmingham
14 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff

Marmozets have announced a new London show for 2018. They’ll be playing at ULU on 7th February.

Pulled Apart By Horses will embark on an extensive UK headline tour this winter.

29 Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
30 Chinnerys, Southend
01 Strings Bar, Newport (Isle of Wight)
03 The Hub, Plymouth
04 Sticky Mikes, Brighton
05 Sin City, Swansea
07 The Venue, Derby
08 Arts Club, Liverpool
09 Trades Club, Hebden Bridge
11 Sugarmill, Stoke
12 The Welly, Hull
13 The Parish, Huddersfield
14 Empire, Coventry
17 Brudenell, Leeds

Crown The Empire will be supporting One OK Rock on their UK tour in December.

11 ABC, Glasgow
12 Academy II, Manchester
13 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London

Following the release of their new album, ‘Victory Lap’, Propagandhi have announced a short UK tour for April 2018.

20th Saint Luke’s, Glasgow
21st Manchester Punk Fest, Manchester
22nd SWX, Bristol

In The News

The organisers behind the Heavy Music Awards have announced details of its 2018 awards ceremony. It will place in London on Thursday 23 August 2018. In additional news, the “Best Breakthrough Band” category will be split into two awards; UK and international.

Black Label Society will release their tenth full-length titled ‘Grimmest Hits’ on January 19th via Spinefarm Records.

1. Trampled Down Below
2. Seasons Of Falter
3. The Betrayal
4. All That Once Shined
5. The Only Words
6. Room Of Nightmares
7. A Love Unreal
8. Disbelief
9. The Day That Heaven Had Gone Away
10. Illusions Of Peace
11. Bury Your Sorrow
12. Nothing Left To Say

VANT will be going on an indefinite hiatus following the release of their new mini-album, ‘Talk Like Thunder’, and final UK tour which starts later this month.

Perth powerviolence crew Cursed Earth have announced they will be releasing ‘Cycles Of Grief: The Complete Collection’ on October 20th via UNFD.

1. War March
2. Broken
3. Discarded
4. Sanctioned Violence
5. Violated
6. Regression
7. Rage (The Cost)
8. Regret
9. Grief
10. Exhausted
11. Eternal

Dead! will release their debut album, ‘The Golden Age Of Not Even Trying’ on January 26th.

Side One Dummy Records have signed Berkeley, California’s Mom Jeans. The band will be releasing a new album through the label in 2018.

Swindon sheogaze band, RAIN have joined Venn Records. A new EP called ‘Abstract Vision’ will be released on November 24th. ‬

Side A
1. Petrichor
2. Twist The Knife
3. Dreaming In Black And White
Side B
4. Flowers Of Aurora
4. Abstract Vision

Alcopop Records have welcomed Glasgow quartet The Spook School. Their third album, ‘Could It Be Different?’, is set to be released on January 26th.

1. Still Alive
2. Best of Intentions
3. Less Than Perfect
4. Keep in Touch
5. Bad Year
6. Alright (Sometimes)
7. I Only Dance When I Want To
8. Hope She Loves You
9. While You Were Sleeping
10. Body
11. High School

Italian quintet Sittingthesummerout have shared details of their second EP – ‘Brick and Mortar’ is scheduled for release on 1st December via Ghost Factory Records.

1. Nothing Changes In Baltimore
2. It Won’t Rain Forever
3. Permanence
4. Dry, Dry June
5. To Those Concerned

Ex-The Defiled frontman Lee Villain, Luke Johnson (Amen, No Devotion, Beat Union), Steve Lucarelli (The Ataris) and Jaxon Moore have formed a new band called LOWLIVES.

Swedish alt-rock newcomers Noija are set to release their debut album, ‘Colourblind’, on October 20th.

London-based alt-rock group Black Surf have launched a countdown to the release of their new single, which is set to be released on October 27th.

Liverpool art-rock trio SPQR have joined Mersyside-based independent label, Loner Noise Records. A new EP called ‘The House That Doubt Built’ is set to be released on 10th November.

1. Or So I Say
2. Suffer
3. Life Would Be Easy
4. Whatever Weather
5. Dystopia

Jesse Cash of ERRA has launched a side-project called Ghost Atlas. Their debut, ‘All is in sync, and there’s nothing left to sing about’ will be released on November 17th.

1. Cry Wolf
2. Vertigo
3. Legs
4. Badlands
5. Fox Rain
6. Surrogate Lover
7. NightDrive
8. Mirror Room
9. Scouts Honor
10. Little Shell
11. Rabid Dog
12. All is in sync, and there’s nothing left to sing about

Imminence Records has signed Paris, France’s metalcore outfit Out Of My Eyes.

Midwestern melodic punk four-piece Turnspit has signed with Dodgeball Records, which will release the band’s new LP, ‘Desire Paths’ on February 16th, 2018.

1. Irish Name
2. Breath Taking
3. Walk Away
4. Apologies, I Have So, So Many
5. Desire Paths
6. Skin
7. Home Is Run No More
8. Given
9. Taproom
10. Midsentence
11. Invisible
12. If It Meant Heaven Was Free

Festival News

Several names for the Manchester Punk Festival have been announced. Amongst them is headliners Propagandhi, Mobina Galore, The Bennies, Antillectual, Nervus, Fresh, Darko, Wonk Unit, and Drones. The festival will be held across a number of central Manchester venues (Gorilla, Rebellion, The Bread Shed, Zombie Shack, Underdog, Font & The Thirsty Scholar) between the 19th and 21st April 2018. It is hosted by three DIY promoters; TNSrecords Moving North and Anarchistic Undertones.

Bands announced so far:
Propagandhi, Wonk Unit, The Bennies, Svetlanas, Antillectual, Mobina Galore, Uniforms, Christmas, Spoilers, The Minor Discomfort Band, Pizzatramp, Nervus, Forever Unclean, Fresh, Natterers, Rotten Foxes, All Aboard, Darko, Egos At The Door, Drones, Regret, Wolfbeast Destroyer, Captain Hotknives, Shankland, The Lab Rats, Foxes Faux, Incisions, Aerial Salad and Throwing Stuff.

Barcelona based festival Be Prog! My Friend have added Plini to next year’s lineup.


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