In Case You Missed It (09/04/2017)

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

Wear Your Wounds – WYW
Blood Youth – Beyond Repair
Super American – Disposable
Throwing Stuff – Fit, Fine & Well
Lightcliffe – Mistakes I Seem to Make
BEAR – ///
Charlatan – Remarkable
Loose Tooth – Big Day
Caddywhompus – Odd Hours
Death Parish – Chapter 1

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Pearl Jam – Again Today (Brandi Carlile cover)
Tonight Alive – World Away
Punchline – Darkest Dark (Feat. Matt Thiessen)
Into It. Over It. – Bergen​-​Belsen, Nov 8th 2016
Dreamcar – Born To Lie
Mutoid Man – Melt Your Mind
The Other Stars – Future Distant History
Terror – No Love Lost
OCEANO – The Great Tribulation
Gouge Away – Swallow
We Ride – Do It All Again
Donnie Willow – Blessed Company
INVSN – I Dreamt Music
Incendiary – Front Toward Enemy
Incendiary and CFO$ – Root of All Evil (Official Aleister Black theme)
Dead Heavens – Basic Cable
Nine Shrines – Parasite
Ten Cents Short – Beggars
Artificial Language – These Aren’t Mirages
In My Disguise – Hour Glass
Dig Deeper – Stars Tonight (Have You Seen)
aswekeepsearching – Reminiscence
Vulgarians – Of Humdrum Consumption

New Videos

Incubus – Nimble Bastard
Thrice – Hurricane
Twin Atlantic – Whispers
At The Drive In – Hostage Stamps
DREAMCAR – Kill for Candy
American Football – I’ve Been So Lost For So Long
In Hearts Wake – Warcry
A Lot Like Birds – The Sound of Us
Stick To Your Guns – The Never Ending Story
Falling In Reverse – Coming Home
Have Mercy – Good Christian Man
Dead! – Enough Enough Enough
HCBP (Haggard Cat Bothday Present) – The Patriot
Halflives – Echo
Ohhms – The World
Kamikaze Girls – Berlin
Jaws – Cast
Ben Marwood – The Devil Makes Work For Jazz Hands
Ducking Punches – Fun Fun Fun
Direct Hit! – Snickers or Reese’s
Eat Your Heart Out – Patience
Gender Roles – Chemicals
The New Tusk – Cold Steine
FOES – Orchestrator
The Charm The Fury – Blood and Salt
Alazka – Empty Throne
Rosen Bridge – Dreamcatcher
Post Modern – Speak Soft
High Tides – Yet To Be Told
LOOM – Lice
Bullet Height – Wild Words
Merrick’s Tusk – Old Ground
Saviour – April
Black Star Riders – Dancing With The Wrong Girl
Brightlight City – Past/Future
Hail the Sun – Doing the Same Thing and Expecting Different Results
The Picturebooks – I Need That Oooh
Toseland – Fingers Burned
Lonely Robot – Everglow
Tom Lumley – Dream City
Seán McGowan – Apple Core
Soldiers Of A Wrong War – Yeah!
Crypt – Death Makes A Holiday
Turncoat – American Dream
KINGS – Stone Cold
Through Fire – Breathe
Restless Streets – Wrong Kids
Pray For Sound – Everywhere, Everywhere
Andy James – Made of Stone
The Devil In Faust – Soulmate

Tour News

Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes will be touring the UK once again in December.

01 O2 Academy, Bristol
02 O2 Institute, Birmingham
03 O2 Ritz, Manchester
05 O2 Abc, Glasgow
06 Rock City, Nottingham
07 UEA, Norwich
08 Brixton Academy, London

Turnover, Citizen and Sorority Noise will play a one-off UK show together at The Underworld Camden, London on Tuesday May 30th.

Kamikaze Girls and Bnervus will tour together in June.

20th Conroy’s Basement, Dundee
21st Edinburgh, Bannermans
22nd Wharf Chambers, Leeds
23rd The Smokehouse, Ipswich
24th Sebright Arms, London (FREE)
25th White Lion, Watford
26th The Alex, Southampton
27th The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
28th Edge of the Wedge
29th Buffalo, Cardiff

Lemuria will celebrate the 10th anniversary of ‘Get Better’ with a tour of the UK and Ireland in July.

Wed 05 Joiners, Southampton
Thu 06 Borderline, London
Fri 07 Exchange, Bristol
Mon 10 Sunflower Lounge, Brimingham
Tue 11 Star and Garter, Manchester
Wed 12 13th Note, Glasgow
Thu 13 Headrow House, Leeds
Fri 14 Red Rooms, Nottingham
Sat 15 Whelans, Dublin

My Vitriol will continue their comeback with more UK shows next month.

7th Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
8th Deaf Institute, Manchester
9th Stereo, Glasgow
11th Globe, Cardiff
12th Scala, London SOLD OUT
3rd Waterfront, Norwich
4th Esquires, Bedford
6th Kasbah, Coventry
7th The Welly Club, Hull
9th La Belle Angele, Edinburgh
10th Academy, Newcastle
11th Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
12th Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
14th Hangar 34, Liverpool
15th Old Fire Station, Bournemouth
16th Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
17th Thekla, Bristol

K.Flay will follow up the release of her new album, ‘Every Where Is Some Where’ with a one-off UK show at London’s Camden Assembly on June 28th.

Scottish metalcorers From Sorrow To Serenity will be touring the UK next month in support of their upcoming new single ‘Golden Age’, set for release April 21st.

May (with support from Lotus Eater)
08 Subside, Birmingham
09 Jumpin’ Jacks, Newcastle
10 O’Riley’s, Hull
11 Satan’s Hollow, Manchester
12 Opium, Edinburgh
13 The Garage Attic, Glasgow

Stray From The Path will play three headline shows around their appearance at the Slam Dunk Festival.

26 Green Door Store, Brighton
27 Slam Dunk Festival, Birmingham
28 Slam Dunk Festival, Leeds
29 Slam Dunk Festival, Hatfield
30 Underground, Stoke On Trent
03 Anvil, Bournemouth

In The News

Jamie Lenman has joined Big Scary Monsters.

Tonight Alive have joined Hopeless Records. Additionally, the band has signed to UNFD in Australia and New Zealand.

Brontide have announced they have split up.

Sacramento rockers A Lot Like Birds’ are preparing to release their third album, ‘DIVISI’, on May 5th via Equal Vision Records.

Canadian five-piece Obey The Brave will release their third full-length, ‘Mad Season’, through Epitaph Records on June 2nd.

1. On thin Ice
2. Drama
3. On Our Own
4. Mad Season
5. 97 Again
6. Les Temps Sont Durs
7. Low Key
8. Feed The Fire
9. The Distance
10. Way It Goes
11. RIP
12. This Is It

Leeds-based duo Kamikaze Girls have joined Big Scary Monsters. Their debut album, ‘Seafoam’ will be released on 9th June.

1. One Young Man
2. Berlin
3. Teenage Feelings
4. Good For Nothing
5. KG Go To The Pub (ft. Ren, Petrol Girls)
6. Lights & Sounds
7. Deathcap
8. Weaker Than
9. Unhealthy Love
10. I Don’t Want To Be Sad Forever

Nashville’s Free Throw​ will release their sophomore album, ‘Bear Your Mind’, through Triple Crown Records​ on May 26th.

The members of They Say Fall have formed a new band called Bad Machines.

Fearless Records have welcomed Aussie quintet Eat Your Heart Out to their label. The announcement coincides with the release of a new EP called ‘Carried Away’, alongside a video for ‘Patience’.

German melodic hardcore band ALAZKA, formerly known as Burning Down Alaska, have joined SharpTone Records.

Mutoid Man will return on June 2nd when they release ‘War Moans’ via Sargent House.

1. Melt Your Mind
2. Bone Chain
3. Micro Aggression
4. Kiss of Death
5. Date with the Devil
6. Headrush
7. Irons in the Fire
8. War Moans
9. Wreck and Survive
10. Afterlife
11. Open Flame
12. Bandages

Lincoln deathcore band Martyr Defiled will return on April 21st with the release of ‘Young Gods’.

Glaswegian alt-rockers Donnie Willow will return on June 9th with a new EP called ‘Exhibition’. It will be released through Sunbird Records.

The Other Stars will release their final record, ‘The Day We Met’, through Take This To Heart Records on 28th April.

1. Everyone I Know
2. Future Distant History
3. Fragile!
4. Flood
5. The Day We Met
6. Castle Hill
7. Mr. Boston
8. Wasted

Merseyside rock duo Rival Bones will release a self-titled EP on May 5th.

1. Want You Madly
2. Marceline
3. Hives
4. Running

Germany’s The Tidal Sleep will release their new album, ‘Be Water’, in the UK through Holy Roar Records on May 29th. This Charming Man-Records will be releasing it in Europe and Jupiter Records in Japan.

1. Bandages
2. Spills
3. Words
4. Sogas
5. Hearses
6. Undertows
7. Poisons
8. Collapses
9. Changes
10. Wreckages
11. Footsteps

American prog rock outfit Artificial Language will release their debut album, ‘The Observer’ on 28th April.

1. Observer
2. The Grand Skeptic
3. These Aren’t Mirages
4. Unself Portrait
5. The Silver Chord
6. Change
7. Playing The River
8. Dirty Hands
9. Fortune Teller
10. Mazes
11. Turn Off The Pictures

Indian post-rock band aswekeepsearching have detailed their new album, ‘ZIA’. It’s set for release on April 28th via Flowers Blossom In The Space.

1. and then came spring
2. sleep//awake
3. UNS
4. there you are
5. reminiscence
6. kalga
7. a new solace
8. hope unfolds
9. lights & colors
10. sometime somewhere
11. ascend

Festival News

Over 90 names have been added to this year’s Reading and Leeds Festival including: Pvris, ONE OK ROCK, Gnarwolves, Arcane Roots, PWR BTTM, Ash, Breaking Benjamin, Carpenter Brut, Turbowolf, Palisades, Casey, Tigers Jaw, Big Jesus, Tired Lion, Culture Abuse, Muncie Girls, TIGERCUB, SLØTFACE, RavenEye, Freak, Astroid Boys, Boston Manor, Defeater, VUKOVI, God Damn, WSTR, Zeal & Ardor, LIFE, and Viagra Boys.

Ghost have been announced as the Saturday night headliner for this year’s Bloodstock Festival.

The organisers behind the Download Festival have announced major changes to the festival site for 2017.

24 bands have joined the bill for this year’s ArcTanGent Festival including Thursday night headliners Russian Circles. The other additions are Nordic Giants, Jambinai, Heck, Gallops, Totorro, Thought Forms, USA Nails, Big Jesus, VOLA, Alpha Male Tea Party, Town Portal, Bearded Youth Quest, Vasudeva, Fall of Messiah, Waking Aida, Spectres, The St. Pierre Snake Invasion, LICE, Poisonous Birds, Hoggs Bison, Landscapes, Madilan, and Chiyoda Ku.

The latest names for the Camden Rocks Festival have been announced. Pulled Apart By Horses, and Royal Republic are amongst the new acts added to the all-day multi-venue festival which takes places on June 3rd.

The full list additions are:
Royal Republic, Pulled Apart By Horses, The London SS, FAERS, Before Victoria, White Room, Drama club rejects, Avalanche Party, Shea, Indigo Lo, HCBP, October Drift, Thunder On The Left, This Years Ghost, Berries, Sisteray, Tokyo Taboo, The Distorting Glass, YUNG DRUID, Death and the Penguin, Scoundrel, Overdog, Temple Lake, Rumble Fish, Black Doldrums, Our Propaganda, SERPENTYNE, Salt, Surge, The Alibi and Peter Von Toy.

The first names for the Damnation Festival have been announced. It takes place on November 4th at Leeds University Union. The first four names confirmed are Dying Fetus, Gatecreeper, Nordic Giants and Warning (performing ‘Watching From A Distance’ in full).

Apologies, I Have None, Sam Russo (full band), Kamikaze Girls, Hot Mass, Broadbay, Throwing Stuff, Happy Accidents, Pale Kids, Crystal Piss, and Aerial Salad have been announced for Manchfester 4.5. It will take place at Gullivers in Manchester on June 10th. More information can be found here.


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