In Case You Missed It (10/12/2017)

In Case You Missed It (10/12/2017)

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

Albums/EPs

Story of the Year – Wolves
Good Charlotte – A G.C. Christmas, Pt. 1 EP
Tom Aylott – December 2017 Mixtape
SCHIERMANN – Schiermann

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Songs

Ghost – Absolution (live)
Creeper – Same Time Next Year?
Creeper – Blue Christmas
Escape The Fate – Do You Love Me
Napalm Death – Nurse the Hunger
The Maple State – The Things I Heard At The Party
Will Varley – Statues
Reggie and the Full Effect – The Horrible Year
Great Collapse – Southern Exorcism
Fine Creatures – Birthday Cake
Long Neck – Mine/Yours
Stone Broken – Worth Fighting For
Vundabar – Diver
FLOODS – Currents
Sports Reference – Doctor Everest
Nelson Can – On Christmas Night
I Promised Once – Departed
Midwich Cuckoos – Oh Rats

New Videos


Avenged Sevenfold – Roman Sky (Live At The GRAMMY Museum®)
Machine Head – Catharsis
Black Foxxes – Sæla
Cane Hill – Lord of Flies
Good Charlotte – Awful Things (Lil Peep cover)
Cold Years – Miss You To Death
SECRETS – Five Years
Iced Earth – Black Flag
Myles Kennedy – Year Of The Tiger
Boston Manor – Drowned In Gold
Holding Absence – Saint Cecilia
Casey – Fluorescents
Acres – Unwelcome
Loathe – White Heat
Ducking Punches – Smoking Spot
Gender Roles – Plastic
Our Hollow Our Home – Web Weaver
Hollywood Undead – Black Cadillac (feat. B-Real)
Chapel – Don’t You Love Me
Queen Kwong – Love Me to Death
Go Primitive – A Different Person
Long Distance Calling – Out There
Toothgrinder – The Shadow
Orphaned Land – Like Orpheus (ft. Hansi Kürsch)
Letters From The Colony – Erasing Contrast
Resolve – Navel-Gazing
Lay It On The Line – Positive Views
Demons – Always Your Own
The Final Clause of Tacitus – 7 Years
Flatfoot 56 – Odd Boat
Bleacher Days – Some Strain of You
Florida Man – Wet Brain
Pacific Radio – Smile
Tapestry – Dark Shade
Arcaeon – Fade
Barbie Sailers – Follow
Kerbera – Love Like a Loaded Gun
Black Ink – Lights Out
Daggerplay – Cruel Wind Blowing
Sister Shotgun – Silhouettes

Tour News

Stone Sour will be making a short return to the UK next summer.

June
Sun 17th O2 Apollo, Manchester
Mon 18th Roundhouse, London
Tue 19th Rock City, Nottingham

Nickelback will return to the UK in May for the ‘Feed The Machine’ tour with special guests Seether.

May
Thu 3rd Sse Hydro, Glasgow
Sat 5th First Direct Arena, Leeds
Mon 7th Echo Arena, Liverpool
Tue 8th Arena, Manchester
Thu 10th Genting Arena, Birmingham
Fri 11th O2 Arena, London
Sun 13th Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham

Converge have announced two UK shows as part of a European tour. They’ll be joined by Crowbar, Grave Pleasures and Thou.

April
25 Academy 2, Manchester
26 Electric Ballroom, London

Foo Fighters have announced Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Wolf Alice, Slaves, The Kills, The Cribs and Starcrawler will support them on select UK dates next summer.

June
19 Etihad Stadium, Manchester (Wolf Alice and The Cribs)
22 London Stadium, London (Wolf Alice and Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes)
23 London Stadium, London (The Kills, The Cribs and Starcrawler)

mewithoutYou have been announced as support for Paramore’s UK arena shows in the new year.

January
11 Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
12 The O2 Arena, London
14 Genting Arena, Birmingham
19 Manchester Arena, Manchester
20 SSE Arena, Glasgow

Black Foxxes will follow up the release of ‘Reiði’ on March 16th with a UK headline tour.

March
Wed 28 Deaf Institute, Manchester
Thu 29 Key Club, Leeds
Fri 30 Cathouse, Glasgow
Sat 31 Think Tank, Newcastle
April
Mon 02 Bodega, Nottingham
Tue 03 Mama Roux
Thu 05 Joiners, Southampton
Fri 06 Heaven, London
Sat 07 Thekla, Bristol

In addition to releasing a split EP, ‘This Is As One’ on February 16th, Holding Absence​ and Loathe​ have announced a co-headline UK tour.

February
28 Thekla, Bristol
March
01 Star and Garter, Manchester
02 Audio, Glasgow
03 Think Tank, Newcastle
04 Key Club, Leeds
06 Bodega, Nottingham
07 Asylum, Birmingham
08 Boston Music Room, London
09 The Anvil, Bournemouth
10 Hobos, Bridgend

Modern Life Is War will return to the UK for four shows in June 2018.

June
25 The Haunt, Brighton
26 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
27 The Exchange, Bristol
28 The Underworld, London

Milk Teeth will tour the UK in March. They’ll be joined by Fangclub and Nervus.

March
13th Exchange, Bristol
14th Bullingdon, Oxford
15th Buyers Club, Liverpool
16th Parish, Huddersfield
17th Mash House, Edinburgh
19th Deaf Institute, Manchester
20th Mama Roux’s, Birmingham
21st Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
23rd The Underworld, London
24th The Anvil, Bournemouth
25th The Junction, Plymouth

German metalcore band, To the Rats and Wolves, have been announced as support for Black Veil Brides and Asking Alexandria’s forthcoming UK co-headline tour.

January
23 O2 Academy, Birmingham
24 O2 Academy, Manchester
25 O2 Academy, Glasgow
27 Brixton Academy, London

Astroid Boys have confirmed a headline tour for next March.

March
7th The Haunt, Brighton
8th Dome, London
9th Waterfront, Norwich
10th Asylum, Birgmingham
11th Rebellion, Manchester
12th King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow
13th Riverside, Newcastle
14th Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
15th Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

Forever Cult will support Fizzy Blood on their UK headline run in February.

February
22nd Soup Kitchen, Manchester
23rd Old Hairdressers, Glasgow
24th Headrow House, Leeds
27th Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
28th Camden Assembly, London

In The News

Ghost have surprised fans with the release of a live double-album entitled ‘Ceremony And Devotion’. A physical release is set for January 19th.

Manchester alt-rock band The Maple State​ have announced they will be returning after 10 years. A new album called ‘The Things I Heard At The Party’ will be released next year with tour dates also expected.

Brighton based garage rock trio Gender Roles have joined Big Scary Monsters.

Influential grindcore band, Napalm Death, have revealed plans to release a new compilation. ‘Coded Smears And More Uncommon Slurs’ will consist of 31 rarities from 2004-2016. It’s due to be released through Century Media in March.

Black Peaks have announced they have parted ways with founding bassist Andrew Gosden, with Dave Larkin being confirmed as his replacement.

Tiny Moving Parts have detailed their new album, ‘Swell’. It will be released on January 26th through Big Scary Monsters (UK) and Triple Crown Records (USA).

1. Applause
2. Smooth It Out
3. Feel Alive
4. Caution
5. Wildfire
6. Whale Watching
7. It’s Too Cold Tonight
8. Malfunction
9. Wishbone
10. Warm Hand Splashing

Cane Hill have shared details of their second album. Entitled ‘Too Far Gone’, it will be released through Rise Records on January 19th.

1. Too Far Gone
2. Lord of Flies
3. Singing In the Swamp
4. Erased
5. Why?
6. It Follows
7. Scumbag
8. Hateful
9. 10 ¢
10. The End

Melodic hardcore supergroup Great Collapse have confirmed their second album will be called ‘Neither Washington Nor Moscow… Again’ will be released on January 26th on End Hits Records.

Emotional post-hardcore band Casey will return on March 16th with the release of their second album, ‘Where I Go When I Am Sleeping’. It will be released through Hassle Records.

Heavy prog psych band Boss Keloid have joined Holy Roar Records for the release of their third album, ‘Melted On The Inch’.

The Raven Age have parted ways with lead vocalist Michael Burrough. They will be holding auditions for his replacement soon.

SECRETS will release a self-titled album on February 23rd via Made In The Shade Records.

Reggie and the Full Effect​ (The The Get Up Kids​’ James Dewees) will return on February 23rd with a new record titled ‘41’ via Pure Noise Records.

1. il Sniffy Incontra
2. il Pesce Svedese
3. Alone Again
4. Broke Down
5. Heartbreak
6. Karate School
7. The Horrible Year
8. New Years Day
9. Maggie
10. Channing Tatum Space Rollerblading Montage M…
11. You’ve Got Secrets
12. Trap(ing) Music (feat Common Denominator)
13. And Next with Feeling
14. Off Delaware

Holding Absence​ and Loathe​ will release a split EP titled ‘This Is As One’ on February 16th via SharpTone Records​.

1. White Hot – Loathe
2. Servant & Master – Loathe
3. It’s Yours (live) – Loathe*
4. Saint Cecilia – Holding Absence
5. Everything – Holding Absence
6. Permanent (Live) – Holding Absence*
*exclusive To Vinyl Only

Melodic hardcore band Giver will deliver their new album ‘Where The Cycle Breaks’, January 26th via Holy Roar Records/Powertrip Records.

1. Shock of the Fall
2. The Other
3. Made It Home
4. No World To Come
5. Dancing With The Devils
6. What You Don’t Love
7. Heart of Dark
8. Pills
9. The Terror of Perfection 10. Weightless
11. When The Fire Dies

Queen Kwong aka multi-instrumentalist Carré Callaway has derailed her new album – ‘Love Me To Death’. It’s due to be released through Edison Sound on February 23rd.

1. Love Me To Death
2. One Lung
3. Fools Gold
4. Raptures
5. The Happiest Place
6. Third World Girl
7. White Whine
8. Prehistoric Blues
9. On The Mend
10. Old Faithful
11. Sun of Life

Long Neck have joined Tiny Engines. Their new album, ‘Will This Do?’, is due for release on January 26th.

1. Mine/Yours
2. Elizabeth
3. Matriarch
4. Lichen
5. Rosy
6. Love Letters
7. Ashes
8. Hive Collapse
9. Milky Way
10. 10,000 Year Old Woman

International punk collective, Midwich Cuckoos, will release their debut album, ‘We Are Everywhere’, on23rd February via Onslaught Music.

Progressive metalcore newcomers Arcaeon announce will release their debut EP, ‘Balance’, January 26th.

Festival News

Suicidal Tendencies, Wednesday 13, Kamelot, and Mr Big are the latest names to be added to the Bloodstock Festival.

Idles, Dinosaur Pile Up, Future of the Left, Delta Sleep, Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly., Peaness and Eyre Llew are amongst the first names announced for Leicester’s Handmade Festival. It’s set to take place on 5th & 6th May at the O2 Academy and will be headlined by Circa Waves.