In Case You Missed It (10/07/2016)

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

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TTNG – Disappointment Island
Night Verses – Into The Vanishing Light
Masked Intruder – Love And Other Crime EP
NARCS – A Thinking Animal
Coldfront – Is This Where They Found You?
Milestones – Equal Measures EP

Pixes – Um Chagga Lagga
itoldyouiwouldeatyou – Get Out Of Bed
Airbourne – Breakin’ Outta Hell
Stick To Your Guns – Universal Language
The Computers – NYE
Grieving – Little Armoured
Shadow Hunters – I
Newmoon – Head Of Stone
Brightlight City – Thieves

New Videos

Gojira – Low Lands
Cane Hill – MGGDA
Departures – 1994
Employed To Serve – Greyer Than You Remember
Puppy – My Tree
Milestones – Call Me Disaster
Seaway – Hand In My Pocket (Alanis Morissette Cover)
Storm The Sky – Lilac
Intervals – I’m Awake
Leatherneck – Caffine
Fraktions – Freedom Of The Conscious Mind
The Rooz – Puncture
High Rise – Piece by Piece
Acid Tongue – Beautiful Disaster
Revenge Of The Psychotronic Man – Dismantling The Corby(n) Trouser Press
The Dead XIII – Daemons
The Spitfires – On My Mind
Vola – Starburn
White Crosses – Dead Souls

Tour News

Twin Atlantic has announced a UK tour in support of anticipated new album ‘GLA’, which is released on 9th September 2016, through Red Bull Records.

7th University, Newcastle
8th Neighbourhood Festival, Manchester
9th Yplas, Cardiff
11th Institute, Birmingham
12th Forum, London
14th Pyramids, Portsmouth
15th Beckett University, Leeds
16th Waterfront, Norwich
10th Academy, Dublin
11th Limelight, Belfast
13th Barrowlands, Glasgow
14th Barrowlands, Glasgow
15th Barrowlands, Glasgow

Essex quartet InMe have announced a 20th anniversary tour. Support comes from Aaron Buchanan & The Cult Classics and Emp!re.

17th The Key Club, Leeds
18th The Rainbow Venues Live Music, Birmingham
19th The Cluny, Newcastle
20th G2, The Garage, Glasgow
21st Sound Control, Manchester
22nd The Dome, Tufnell Park, London
24th The Fleece Bristol
25th The Globe Cardiff
26th Sub89, Reading
27th Engine Rooms, Southampton
28th Patterns, Brighton

Leeds grunge rockers Dinosaur Pile-Up will support Royal Republic on their October UK tour.

Thu 06 Thekla, Bristol
Fri 07 Garage, London
Sat 08 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
Sun 09 Classic Grand, Glasgow*
Tue 11 Academy 3, Manchester
Wed 12 Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton
*upgraded From King Tuts

Devin Townsend Project will tour the UK in March 2017 in support of new album – ‘Transcendence’. The album is set to be released on September 9th.

12 Colston Hall, Bristol
13 Academy, Manchester
14 Barrowlands, Glasgow
16 O2 Institute, Birmingham
17 Hammersmith Eventim Apollo, London
18 Rock City, Nottingham

Swansea punk band Hot Mass have been added to The Menzingers’ forthcoming UK tour. As previously announced, Roger Harvey will also be supporting.

12th Scala, London
13th Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
14th Teviot Underground, Edinburgh
15th Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

Soil will turn with Saliva and Sons of Texas.

7th Engine Rooms, Southampton
8th Concorde 2, Brighton
9th The Fleece, Bristol
10th Sub 89, Reading
11th The Hub, Plymouth
12th The Factory, Barnstaple
13th The Globe, Cardiff
15th Islington Academy, London
16th Waterfront, Norwich
17th Sound Control, Manchester
18th Corporation, Sheffield
19th O2 Institute 2, Birmingham
20th Riverside, Newcastle
22nd Cathouse, Glasgow
23rd The Welly, Hull
24th Fibbers, York
25th The Live Rooms, Chester
26th Crauford Arms, Milton Keynes

The Computers will follow up the release of ‘Birth/Death’ with a UK tour in October.

4 Thekla, Bristol
5 Borderline, London
6 Hare & Hounds, Birmingham
7 Brudenell, Leeds
8 Electric Circus, Edinburgh
10 Gullivers, Manchester
11 Bleach, Brighton
3 The Square, Harlow
5 Think Tank Social, Newcastle
7 King Tuts, Glasgow
8 Tunnels, Aberdeen
10 The Full Moon, Cardiff
11 Moles, Bath

In The News

Pixies have announced their new album will be titled ‘Head Carrier’ and will be released on September 30th via PixiesMusic and PIAS. The album also sees the band officially welcoming Paz Lenchantin as their permanent bassist.

1. Head Carrier
2. Classic Masher
3. Baal’s Back
4. Might As Well Be Gone
5. Oona
6. Talent
7. Tenement Song
8. Bel Esprit
9. All I Think About Now
10. Um Chagga Lagga
11. Plaster Of Paris

Orange County, CA based hardcore band Stick To Your Guns have joined Pure Noise Records. A new EP is due later this year.

Fearless Vampire Killers (or FVK) have split up following the depature of vocalist/guitarist Kier Kemp.

Parkway Drive will release a deluxe version of their latest album ‘IRE’, available digitally on July 15th.

1. Destroyer
2. Dying To Believe
3. Vice Grip
4. Crushed
5. Fractures
6. Writings on the Wall
7. Bottom Feeder
8. The Sound of Violence
9. Vicious
10. Dedicated
11. A Deathless Song
12. Devil’s Calling
13. Into the Dark
14. A Deathless Song (feat. Jenna McDougall)

For Today have announced they will be splitting up following a farewell tour. UK and European dates are expected to be announced soon.

Exeter’s The Computers have confirmed they will release their third album ‘Birth/Death’ on 30th September on One Little Indian.

1. Birth
2. Want The News? Here’s The Blues
3. This Ain’t Right
4. Mother
5. NYE
6. God Only Knows
7. Pound For Pound
8. Weighed Down
9. Crucifixed On You
10. Little Death
11. Bad Wolf

North West grunge quartet Leatherneck will return on August 5th with a new EP titled ‘Lighting Up The Tilt Sign’. It’ll be released through Close To Home Records.

Storm The Sky’s new album will be called ‘Sin Will Find You’ and is set for release on August 5th via UNFD.

1. Second Best
2. Jaded Ghost
3. Carcinova
4. Medicine
5. Wake Up Sleeping
6. In Vein
7. Lilac
8. S.W.F.Y
9. Disappointed
10. Burning

Belgium alt rock/shoegaze group Newmoon will release their debut album ‘Space’ via PIAS October 14th.

Festival News

Butserfest has announced 10 bands for its introduction stage:

High Down, City Of Ashes, Cavalier., We Deny, Treasures, Reventure, Embers, Home For The Weekend A.R.K and Loyd.

Whilst FVK has pulled out after splitting up earlier this week. Butserfest takes place at Queen Elizabeth Country Park, Petersfield on Saturday, September 10th.


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