In Case You Missed It (11/02/2018)

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


Legend Of The Seagullmen – Legend Of The Seagullmen

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A Perfect Circle – TalkTalk
Code Orange – Only One Way
Turnstile – I Don’t Wanna Be Blind
Black Stone Cherry – Burnin’
Will Haven – El Sol
TesseracT – Luminary
Milestones – BitterSweetHeart
The Faim – Saints Of The Sinners
Napalm Death – Oh So Pseudo
Rough Hands – Neuroplasticity
Up River – Evocation
Ho99o9 and 3TEETH – Lights Out
Youth Man – I Don’t Know
SECRETS – 3.17.16
Hurry – Jamie
Runaway Brother – Bully
Barely Civil – You With A Cape, Me With A Baseball Bat
Sick Joy – Senses
Varvara – Anxiety
Household – Dark Matter
Mantra – Individual
Reigning Days – Inhaler
Shanghai Blues – Fall
Crossing The Limits – Won’t Settle
Honey and Salt – Simple Errors
Dryspell – Can’t Wait
The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing – Supply and Demand
IDestroy – Lemons
Barren Earth – Further Down
Holler House – End
Midas Fall – Evaporate
The New Age – To Be Alive

New Videos

Paramore – Rose-Colored Boy
The Wonder Years – Sister Cities
Black Foxxes – Manic In Me
The Front Bottoms – Everyone But You
Four Year Strong – Nice To Know
Hellions – X (Mwah)
Dave Hause – Bury Me In Philly
Goldfinger – Tijuana Sunrise
Titus Andronicus – Above the Bodega (Local Business)
The Republic Of Wolves – Mitama
Chapter and Verse – Magazines
Bearings – Letters Home
Blank Parody – Underachiever
Templeton Pek – The Aftermath
Coldbones – New Heights
A Sudden Burst of Colour – I Am The Storm
Sumo Cyco – Undefeated
The Sewer Rats – Too Punk for You
Matilda’s Scoundrels – Bottles Of Rum
Ward XVI – Cry Of The Siren
Letters From The Colony – Galax
Caliban – Intoxicated
Monster Magnet – Mindfucker
Statues – Defiance
Fontaines DC – Chequeless Reckles
Teen Creeps – Sidenote
Maverick – Longevity
Captives – Paint It In Blue
Aisles – Shallow and Daft ft. Catalina Blanco
I Promised Once – Break

Tour News

The Wonder Years will return to the UK/Ireland in April in support of their new album, ‘Sister Cities’. They’ll be joined by Sorority Noise and A.W.

11 Islington Academy, London
12 Islington Academy, London
13 Academy 2, Manchester
14 The Garage, Glasgow
15 Stylus, Leeds
17 SWX, Bristol
18 Button Factory, Dublin
19 Empire Music Hall, Belfast

Fresh off finishing their UK tour, The Menzingers have announced a one-off London show for this summer. They’ll be joined by Lagwagon, The Lawrence Arms, Bad Cop / Bad Cop and The Lillingtons at London’s O2 Forum Kentish Town on Friday, August 3rd.

Having been tipped as ones to watch in 2018, Movements have announced a UK headline tour. They’ll be joined by Muskets and Paerish.

30 The Cookie, Leicester
01 Tink Tank, Newcastle
02 King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow
04 The Key Club, Leeds
05 Rebellion, Manchester
06 The Asylum, Birmingham
07 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
08 Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton
09 Camden Assembly, London

Kamikaze Girls have been announced as support for The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die’s UK tour next month.

05 Asylum, Birmingham
06 Brudenell Community Room, Leeds

07 Rebellion, Manchester

08 Classic Grand, Glasgow

10 Cluny 2, Newcastle

11 Thekla, Bristol

12 The Haunt, Brighton

13 Garage, London

Walter Etc. will be coming over to the UK next month as part of a European tour, presented by Already Heard.

25 Sticky Mike’s, Brighton*
26 Sebright Arms, London*
27 Bloc, Glasgow*
28 Peer Hat, Manchester
29 Subside, Birmingham
* with The Pooches

Apologies, I Have None and The Bennies will be touring the UK together around the Manchester Punk Festival in April.

18 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
20 Manchester Punk Festival
21 Redrum, Stafford
22 Nice N Sleazy, Glasgow
23 The Fulford Arms, York
24 The Exchange, Bristol

Harker have announced a run of UK shows in support of their new album, ‘No Discordance’. They’ll be joined by The Stayawakes.

23 The Pipeline, Brighton (sold out)
24 Wave Maiden, Portsmouth
15 JT Soar, Nottingham
16 Old Town House, Warrington
17 Bad Apples, Leeds
18 Hydra Bookshop, Bristol

Irish indie punk quartet Pillow Queens will follow up the release of their new EP, ‘State of The State’, on March 16th (via Specialist Subject) with a tour of the UK and Ireland.

5th Roisin Dubh, Galway
7th AMP, Cork
9th Hy Brasil, Bristol
10th Sebright Arms, London
11th The Boileroom, Guildford
12th Prince Albert, Brighton
13th Chunk, Leeds
14th Night & Day, Manchester
15th GLAD Cafe, Glasgow
19th Debarras, Clonakilty
20th Dolans, Limerick
21st Workmans Club, Dublin

Kill The Ideal have announced several tours for the coming months.

01 Subside, Birmingham w/ Echoic
02 The Bobbin, Lancaster w/ Echoic
03 The Dolls House, Abertillery w/ Echoic
04 The Exchange, Bristol w/ Echoic
10 Winchester Gate, Salisbury w/ All Ears Avow
05 The Peer Hat, Manchester w/ Of Allies
06 Little Buildings, Newcastle w/ Of Allies
07 13th Note, Glasgow w/ Of Allies
17 Polar Bear, Hull w/ Of Allies
17 Verve Bar, Leeds w/ Carry The Crown
18 Yardbirds, Grimsby w/ Carry The Crown
19 Owl Sanctuary, Norwich w/ Carry The Crown
20 Roundhouse, Leicester w/ Carry The Crown
23 Fibbers, York w/ Teenage Bottlerocket & Siamese

In The News

Following much speculation, A Perfect Circle will return with their new album, ‘Eat The Elephant’, on April 20th via BMG.

1. Eat The Elephant
2. Disillusioned
3. The Contrarian
4. The Doomed
5. So Long, And Thanks For All The Fish
6. TalkTalk
7. By And Down The River
8. Delicious
9. DLB
10. Hourglass
11. Feathers
12. Get The Lead Out

California noise metallers Will Haven will return on March 23rd with the release of ‘Muerte’ via minus Head Records.

1. Hewed With the Brand
2. Winds of Change
3. Kinney
4. The Son
5. 43
6. No Escape (feat. Mike Scheidt of YOB)
7. Unit K
8. Ladwig No. 949
9. Bootstraps
10. Now in the Ashes
11. El Sol (co-written with Stephen Carpenter of Deftones)

Black Stone Cherry have shared details of their sixth album. ‘Family Tree’ will be released via Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group on 20th April.

1. Bad Habit
2. Burnin’
3. New Kinda Feelin
4. Carry Me On Down The Road
5. My Last Breath
6. Southern Fried Friday Night
7. Dancin’ In The Rain (featuring Warren Haynes)
8. Ain’t Nobody
9. James Brown
10. You Got The Blues
11. I Need A Woman
12. Get Me Over You
13. Family Tree

Prog rockers Tesseract have announced their new album will be called ‘Sonder’. It’s set to be released on April 20th.

Long Island alt-rockers, The Republic of Wolves have announced they will return on March 27th with the release of their third album, ‘shrine’.

1. The Canyon
2. Bask
3. Sundials
4. Birdless Cage
5. Mitama
6. Dialogues
7. Northern Orthodox
8. Colored Out
9. Ore
10. Worry If You Want (Yume)
*3 bonus tracks – TBD

Bowling For Soup have announced the final show of their current ‘Get Happy’ tour at London’s O2 Brixton Academy is to be filmed for a future live DVD.

Baltimore’s War On Women have announced their forthcoming album – ‘Capture The Flag’, will be released on April 13th via Bridge Nine Records.

1. Lone Wolves
2. Silence is the Gift
3. Capture the Flag
4. Dick Pics
5. Pleasure & The Beast
6. Childbirth
7. The Violence of Bureaucracy
8. Divisive Shit
9. Predator in Chief
10. Anarcha
12. The Chalice & The Blade

Birmingham punks Youth Man have joined Alcopop Records. They will be releasing an as-yet untitled EP later this year.

Finnish rockers Varvara will release a new album called ‘GO’ on March 16th.

Spanish instrumental rockers Toundra will release their fifth studio album, ‘Vortex’, on 27th April via Inside Out Music.

1. Intro Vortex
2. Cobra
3. Tuareg
4. Cartavio
5. Kingston Falls
6. Mojave
7. Roy Neary
8. Cruce Oeste

Glasgow Progressive rock five-piece, Halo Tora have announced details of their new album, ‘Man Of Stone: First Chapter’. It’s due to be released on April 6th.

1. Earth Exit Bloom
2. Always the Last to Know
3. Fractured
4. Unthank
5. Heart of War
6. Man of Stone (feat. Solareye)

Norwich pop-punk newcomers Crossing The Limits​ have announced that their debut EP, ‘Perseverance’ will be released on April 6th.

1. Won’t Settle
2. Predictable
3. Reverse
4. Chaos
5. My Own Way

Crooked Noise Records have welcomed emerging South-East post-rock band Coldbones to their roster. Their debut album, ‘Where It All Began’, is due to be released on April 6th.

Lo-fi grunge/noise pop newcomers Sick Joy have announced their debut EP. ‘Amateurs’ will be released on March 23 via SaySomething Records.

1. Senses
2. Smiling Shame
3. Karma & Ketamine
4. Stumbler

Tiny Engines have welcomed San Jose emo band – Awakebutstillinbed.

London-based, Victorian-themed punks, The Men Who Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing have announced the details of their new album, ‘Double Negative’. It will be released on March 9th through the bands own Leather Apron label.

Bristol atmospheric prog metallers Valis Ablaze have joined Long Branch Records. Their debut album is set to be released in the coming months, with a single called ‘Paradox’ set to be released on February 16th.

Bedfordshire rockers SEASONS will return with a new EP entitled ‘Chapters’ on 20th April.

Austin, TX’s Honey and Salt have announced their upcoming self-titled full length, due out April 6th via Spartan Records.

1. A Nihilist Takes Up Knitting
2. Blame Game
3. Oyster
4. Myths
5. Simple Errors
6. But Not Both
7. Bowling Green Memorial
8. Cut The Fabric
9. Empty Space
10. Cascade

Minnesota indie/punk rock bands, Holler House and Technician will be releasing a split EP on March 3rd through Jetsam-Flotsam.

1. Holler House – Guilt
2. Holler House – End
3. Holler House – Tolerance
4. Technician – Cuppa
5. Technician – Prism Of Whatever
6. Technician – Steve Song

Festival News

Eight more bands have been announced for the Bloodstock Open Air Festival; Amaranthe, Ingested, Mortishead, Dead Label, Voyager, Mantar, King Leviathan and Act of Defiance.

The likes of Limp Bizkit, Enter Shikari, Napalm Death, Soulfly, Earth Crisis, Hacktivist and Turbowolf are amongst the many names to be announced for the Boomtown Fair.

The Menzingers, The Vandals and Public Image Limited (PiL) are the latest bands to be announced for this year’s Rebellion Festival.

Mott The Hoople has been announced as the second headliner for the main stage at the 2018 Ramblin’ Man Fair.


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