In Case You Missed It (12/06/2017)

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


Grove Street Families – VOL. 1​.​0
PINE – Pillow Talk EP
The Nightmare Police – Losing The Light
Sweeping Exits – Glitter & Blood


Trapped Under Ice – No Relief
Comeback Kid – Absolute (ft. Devin Townsend)
Death From Above – Freeze Me
Broadside – Laps Around A Picture Frame
Oceans Ate Alaska – Covert
Earl Gray – Nothing
Gogol Bordello – Saboteur Blues
88 Fingers Louie – Catastrophe Awaits
Sheer Mag – Need to Feel Your Love
Flynn Effect – Fade
Vault 51 – Magnolia

New Videos

blink-182 – Home Is Such A Lonely Place
Korn – Black Is The Soul
Enter Shikari – Supercharge ft. Big Narstie
Papa Roach – Periscope (ft. Skylar Grey)
Avenged Sevenfold – Malagueña Salerosa (La Malagueña)
Placebo – Life’s What You Make It
Bullet For My Valentine – Don’t Need You (Live From Brixton Academy / 10th December 2016)
Good Charlotte – Keep Swingin’ (ft. Kellin Quinn)
Dropkick Murphys – Until The Next Time
Manchester Orchestra – The Gold
Mogwai – Coolverine
Boston Manor – Cu
Volumes – Finite
Tigers Jaw – June
Mutoid Man – Date With the Devil
Rozwell Kid – Wendy’s Trash Can
Tigercub – By Design
Diet Cig – Barf Day
This Wild Life – Break Me
Make Them Suffer – Fireworks
The Contortionist – Reimagined
Wren – The Herd
Currents – Withered
Shattered Sun – Burn It Down
Seasonal – Headphones
Faultines – Breathe
Rosen Bridge – Brand New
Bloodlines – All Your Love
Paceshifters – Stranger (Live from GieSound Studios)
Brightlight City – It Depends on You
Thelma – Peach
Harbour Sharks – The Killer Inside Me
Caracara – Glacier
Mass Sky Raid – Closer

Tour News

Placebo will be returning to the UK to play a run of dates in October.

Sat 7 Usher Hall, Edinburgh
Sun 8 Caird Hall, Dundee
Tue 10 Dome, Doncaster
Wed 11 Empress Ballroom, Blackpool
Fri 13 Rivermead, Reading
Sat 14 Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Mon 16 Guildhall, Portsmouth
Tue 17 Oasis, Swindon
Fri 20 Pavilions, Plymouth
Sat 21 Civic Hall, Wolverhampton
Mon 23 O2 Brixton Academy, London

Alter Bridge have announced two special headline shows on October 2nd and 3rd. The shows at London’s Royal Albert Hall will see the band be accompanied by the Parallax Orchestra – a 52-piece London-based symphony orchestra conducted by Simon Dobson.

Good Charlotte will return to the UK in late 2017 for a headline tour.

27th O2 Guildhall, Southampton
28th Rock City, Nottingham
30th Barrowland, Glasgow
1st O2 Academy, Birmingham
2nd Academy, Manchester

Mastodon will be back in the UK in December.

Sat 2 Great Hall, Cardiff
Mon 4 Civic Hall, Wolverhampton
Tue 5 Rock City, Nottingham
Wed 6 Northumbria Uni, Newcastle
Thu 7 Barrowland, Glasgow
Sat 9 Academy, Manchester
Sun 10 O2 Academy Brixton, London

Opeth will be touring the UK and Ireland in November. Support comes from Enslaved.

Wed 15 O2 Ritz, Manchester
Thu 16 Barrowlands, Glasgow
Fri 17 Limelight, Belfast
Sat 18 Academy, Dublin
Sun 19 Rock City, Nottingham
Tue 21 Academy, Bristol
Wed 22 O2 Institute, Birmingham

Manchester Orchestra will follow up the release of ‘A Black Mile To The Surface’ next month (July 28th), with a UK tour in October.

21 Academy 2, Manchester
22 Garage, Glasgow
23 Church, Leeds
24 O2 Institute, Birmingham
26 Shepherds Bush Empire, London
27 Concorde 2, Brighton
28 Swx, Bristol

Dreamcar will make their UK debut this August with two headline shows.

22 Gorilla, Manchester
23 Electric Ballroom, London

Wednesday 13 will play three UK shows alongside Courtesans in October

Thu 26th Club Academy, Manchester
Fri 27th Garage, Glasgow
Sat 28th O2 Islington Academy, London

Trash Boat will be going out on a UK headline tour in September. Support comes Broadside and Homebound.

17 Talking Heads, Southampton
18 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
19 Magnet, Liverpool
20 Rock City Basement, Nottingham
22 Underworld, London
23 The Key Club, Leeds
24 Rebellion, Manchester
25 O2 Academy 2, Newcastle
26 G2, Glasgow
27 O2 Institute 3, Birmingham

Motionless In White will return to the UK in early 2018.

Thu 18th Engine Rooms, Southampton
Fri 19th O2 Academy, Bristol
Sat 20th Stylus, Leeds
Mon 22nd Garage, Glasgow
Tue 23rd Riverside, Newcastle Upon Tyne
Thu 25th Koko, London
Fri 26th O2 Institute, Birmingham
Sat 27th O2 Ritz, Manchester
Sun 28th Waterfront, Norwich

Following their set on the main stage at the Download Festival this weekend, SikTh have announced a UK headline tour for December this year.

Sat 2 Academy 3, Manchester
Sun 3 Garage, Glasgow
Mon 4 Institute, Birmingham
Wed 6 SWX, Bristol
Thu 7 Concorde 2, Brighton
Fri 8 KOKO, London

Roam have been announced as support for New Found Glory’s 20th anniversary UK tour.

20 Tramshed, Cardiff (‘Sticks And Stones’ + ‘Not Without A Fight’)
21 Academy, Oxford (‘Sticks And Stones’ + ‘New Found Glory’)
22 UEA, Norwich (‘Sticks And Stones + ‘Catalyst’)
23 Forum, London (‘Sticks And Stones’ + ‘Catalyst’)
25 Pyramids, Portsmouth (‘Sticks And Stones’ + ‘Not Without A Fight’)
27 O2 ABC, Glasgow (‘Sticks And Stones’ / ‘Catalyst’)
28 O2 Academy, Newcastle (‘Sticks And Stones’ / ‘New Found Glory’)
29 Academy, Manchester (‘Sticks And Stones’ / ‘Catalyst’)
30 O2 Academy, Birmingham (‘Sticks And Stones’ / ‘New Found Glory’)
02 O2 Academy, Leeds (‘Sticks And Stones’ / ‘Catalyst’)
03 Rock City, Nottingham (‘Sticks And Stones’ / ‘New Found Glory’)
05 O2 Academy, Bristol (‘Sticks And Stones’ / ‘Catalyst’)
06 O2 Forum, London (‘Sticks And Stones’ / ‘New Found Glory’)
07 Electric Ballroom, London (‘Catalyst’ / ‘Not Without A Fight’)
08 Camden Underworld, London (‘Nothing Gold Can Stay’ / ‘Coming Home’)

Atlanta-based duo ’68 have announced a one-off UK show at The Old Blue Last in London on Tuesday, June 20th.

Make Them Suffer will be touring the UK in October.

23 Mama Roux’s, Birmingham
24 Garage, Glasgow
25 University Students Union, Newcastle
26 Sound Control, Manchester
27 Key Club, Leeds
28 Boston Music Rooms, London
29 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
30 Joiners, Southampton

In The News

Slipknot have announced plans for a feature-length documentary called ‘Day of The Gusano’. Directed by the band’s own M.Shawn Crahan, aka ‘Clown’, ‘Day of The Gusano’ documents the Iowa band’s first ever visit to Mexico. It will feature interviews with the band interspersed with stories from Mexican “maggots” and footage from the inaugural Knotfest Mexico show. The documentary will be premiered thousands of cinemas on September 6th.

Baroness have announced long-term guitarist Pete Adams has amicably left the band. His replacement is Philadelphia native Gina Gleason.

Frank Turner has announced his documentary, ‘Get Better – A Film About Frank Turner’, will be released on DVD on June 30th. It will include several bonus features, including an acoustic set from yours truly as well as a Q&A between Turner, director Ben Morse, and journalist Hugo Rifkind from the film’s premiere in London’s Leicester Square late last year.

Manchester Orchestra have confirmed a new record called ‘A Black Mile To The Surface’. It’s due for release on July 28th via Loma Vista Recordings.

Progressive rock act The Contortionist have revealed details of their new album. ‘Clairvoyant’ will be released through Long Branch Records / SPV on September 15th.

1. Monochrome (Passive)
2. Godspeed
3. Reimagined
4. Clairvoyant
5. The Center
6. Absolve
7. Relapse
8. Return to Earth
9. Monochrome (Pensive)

Oceans Ate Alaska have revealed their second album will be titled ‘Hikari’. It’s due for release through Fearless Records on July 28th.

01. Benzaiten (feat. Alex Teyen)
02. Sarin
03. Covert
04. Hansha
05. Deadweight
06. Veridical
07. Entrapment
08. Hikari
09. Birth-Marked
10. Ukiyo (feat. Josh Manuel)
11. Escapist

Gypsy punk band, Gogol Bordello, will return on August 25th with their seventh album, ‘Seekers and Finders’, via Cooking Vinyl.

Aussie quintet Make Them Suffer have shared details of their new album. ‘Worlds Apart’ will be released on 28th July via Rise Records.

1. First Movement
2. Uncharted
3. Grinding Teeth
4. Vortex
5. Fireworks
6. Contact
7. Power Overwhelming
8. Midnight Run
9. Dead Plains
10. Save Yourself

Slaughter Beach, Dog, the side project of Modern Baseball’s Jake Ewald, has revealed plans to release a new EP called ‘Motorcycle.jpg’ on July 14th via Lame-O Records. The EP comes out in advance of an upcoming LP, set to be released this autumn.

1. Your Cat
2. Glowing
3. 104 Degrees
4. Building The Ark

German melodic hardcore punks Earl Grey have revealed details of their third EP. ‘The Times You Cross My Mind’ will be released on July 16th.

1. Nothing
2. Never Sleep
3. Snake Hips
4. Sink
5. Hollow

Metal quartet Entheos have joined Spinefarm Records. The band features one-time members of Animals as Leaders, The Faceless, and Scale The Summit. Their second album is expected to be released in the Autumn.

San Antonio, Texas’ Across The Atlantic will release their new album, ‘Works Of Progress’ on September 1st via SharpTone Records.

Festival News

Neck Deep have been announced the headliners for Lock Up tent at this summers Reading and Leeds Festival. Other names added to the lineup this week include The LaFontaines, Get Inuit, Simon Amstell, Bill Bailey and Katherine Ryan.

Rolo Tomassi and Pulled Apart By Horses have been added to this year’s Fort Fest.

After taking a break last year, Manchester’s Deadbolt Festival 2017 will return this Autumn.
The pop-punk, metalcore, hardcore and rock event will take place on Saturday 30th September and Sunday 1st October.
Amongst the names confirmed so far are Martyr Defiled, Carcer City, Junior, Borders, Coast to Coast and Kamikaze Girls. The two-day event will take place at Gorilla, Factory, Zoo, Underdog and Zombie Shack.

The other names announced for the festival are: Carbine, Better Than Never, Veridian, Highlives, Valliers, You Know The Drill, Black Coast, Home Wrecked, Everyday Sidekicks, Cascade, Autumn Ruin, Lotus Eater, From Inside and Illusions.


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