In Case You Missed It (14/02/2016)

In Case You Missed It (14/02/2016)

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

Albums/EPs
In The Pines – Forever Green
Grader – Wholly EP
Secoué – Of Heaven EP
Better Than Never – Homemade Hero EP
Pinegrove – Cardinal
Petrol Girls –
Some Thing

Songs
Future Of The Left
Merrick’s Tusk – 25
Save Ends – Love Like A Home
The World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die – Katamari Duquette
Slingshot Dakota – Lewlyweds
Once Upon a Dead Man – The Canopy
Somos – Reminded/Weighed Down
Thief Club – Talk About Me (FT) Matty Arsenault of A Loss For Words
Pity Sex – Burden You
The Falcon – Hasselhoff Cheeseburger

New Videos

Hacktivist – Deceive And Defy (feat. Jamie Graham)
Bullet For My Valentine – Worthless
Coast To Coast – Bloom
The Tips – Wasting Time
On The Open Road – Rainy Days
One Man Boycott – Sick Of It All
Landscapes – Neighbourhood
Heel – Yellow & Bliss
O’Brother Deconstruct
Nothing But Thieves – If I Get High
PUP – DVP
Our Last Night – Stressed Out (twenty one pilots cover)
New Volume – Back To Blood
Fatherson – Lost Little Boys
Create To Inspire – Don’t Let Go
The Struts – Kiss This
Brutai – Deep
Voyager – Misery Is Only Company
VANT – Fly-by Alien
Black Stone Cherry – In Our Dreams
Weatherstate – Stuck In A Hole
Biters – 1975
Bossk – Kobe
Alvarez Kings – Fear to Feel
NARCS – Pig
Black Coast – Violence Reigns
Simmer – Sinewy
Alesana – Comedy of Errors part 2
Pvris – Smoke
Pvris – Ghosts/Let Them In
Great Cynics – Want You Around (Chunky)
Knuckle Puck – Pretense
IDestroy – Vanity Loves Me
Suzerain – I Know You So Well
Wildways – Faka Faka Yeah
Joykill Collective – Liberty Taker
Sleeping With Sirens – Gold
Stickup Kid – Debris
The King Blues – Off With Their Heads
SWMRS – Figuring It Out
Atreyu – A Bitter Broken Memory
Tigercub – Antiseptic
Don Broco – Nerve (Live)

Tour News

Letlive. will make a brief trip to the UK in April.

April
21st Sound Control, Manchester
22nd The Dome, London
23rd The Underworld, London
24th Fighting Cocks, Kingston

Hands Like Houses have announced a rescheduled UK run of dates this May. Tickets purchased previously will be valid.

May
Wed 25th Academy 3, Manchester
Thu 26th Key Club, Leeds
Fri 27th Cathouse, Glasgow
Sat 28th Uni SU, Newcastle
Sun 29th Arts Centre Loft, Liverpool
Mon 30th Bodega, Nottingham
Tue 31st O2 Institute, Birmingham
June
Wed 1st Joiners, Southampton
Thu 2nd Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
Fri 3rd O2 Academy Islington, London
Sat 4th Exchange, Bristol

The Movielife have confirmed the following UK dates.

May
01 Gorilla, Manchester
02 Arts School, Glasgow
03 Tufnell Park Dome, London

Rolo Tomassi have announced a run of April UK shows. They will be joined by Terrible Love for three of the five dates.

April
08 The Studio, Hartlepool
10 Picture House, Sheffield
11 Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham*
12 Moon Club, Cardiff*
13 Joiners, Southampton*
*with Terrible Love

The Smith Street Band have announced they will be back in the UK this for a headline tour. Support comes from Apologies, I Have None and Woahnows.

July
8th 2,000 Trees Festival, Cheltenham (TSSB only)
9th The Underworld, London
10th Fighting Cocks, Kingston
12th Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
13th Bodega, Nottingham
14th Audio, Glasgow
15th Soup Kitchen, Manchester
16th Fibber Magees, Dublin (TSSB only)
17th The Prince Albert, Brighton

Future Of The Left will follow the release of their new album, ‘The Peace and Truce of Future Of tThe Left’, with a UK tour.

April
15th Thekla, Bristol
16th Arts Centre, Norwich
17th Bodega, Nottingham
19th Riverside, Newcastle
20th East Village Arts Club, Liverpool
21st Electric Ballroom, London
May
12th Club Ifor Bach, Cardiff
13th Night and Day, Manchester

Boysetsfire have revealed a short run of UK shows as part of a European tour.

June
20 Arts Club, Liverpool
21 Academy 3, Birmingham
22 O2 Academy Islington, London

Against The Current wil play a one-off headline show at KOKO in Camden, London on March 21st. Support comes from ROAM.

…And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead frontman Conrad Keely will follow up the release of his debut solo album ‘Original Machines’ with a one off London headline date at the O2 Academy Islington 2 on 2nd March.

Muck and Blood Youth will be supporting Every Time I Die for their rescheduled London shows.

May
31 Borderline, London
June
01 Underworld, London
02 Dome, London
03 Old Blue Last, London (without Blood Youth)

Myth City and I Cried Wolf will be playing two co-headline shows together early next month.

March
01 The Boston Music Rooms, London
02 O2 Academy 3, Birmingham

Iowa metalcore band For Today have announced a short run of UK shows where they will be joined by Parisian metallers Novelists and Silent Planet from Los Angeles.

April
11th Rainbow, Birmingham
12th Cathouse, Glasgow
13th Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
14th Borderline, London

Long Distance Calling will follow up the release of their new album, ‘TRIPS’, on April 29th with a run of UK shows in May.

May
10th Boston Music Room, London
11th Exchange, Bristol
12th Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
13th Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes

VANT will be touring in April.

April
17th The Louisiana, Bristol
18th Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
19th Sin City, Swansea
20th Boston Music Room, London
22nd Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
23rd Plug, Sheffield
25th Bodega Social Club, Nottingham
26th Deaf Institute, Manchester
27th King Tut’s, Glasgow
28th The Cluny, Newcastle

Bossk will follow up the release of ‘Audio Noir’ with a short run of UK shows.

April
09 The Garage, Glasgow
10 Sound Control, Manchester
11 Islington Assembly Hall, London

Empty Yard Experiment will be in the UK next month.

March
18 The Scene 2, Swansea
19 HRH Prog Fest, Hafan y Mor

20 Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
24 Silkfest, Basingstoke

Birdskulls and Pipedream will be touring together next month.

March
10 Cavern, Exeter W/ Muncie Girls
17 Louisiana, Bristol
18 Tbc, Cardiff
19 Fallow Cafe, Manchester
20 Purple Turtle, Reading
21 Victoria, London
22 Green Door Store, Brighton

In The News

The King Blues have released a new EP called ‘Off With Their Heads.’ It is out now via the band’s own MeatBall Records while a physical release is pencilled in for February 26th on Scroobius Pip‘s Speech Development Records.

Major League have announced they will be going on hiatus after a final US tour with Forever Came Calling.

We Are In The Crowd are currently on hiatus. Tay Jardine, Mike Ferri, Rob Chianelli and Cameron Hurley from the band are currently working on a new, untitled project.

Good Charlotte have signed with Kobalt Label Services.

Landscapes will release ‘Modern Earth’ on 8th April via Pure Noise Records.

1. Mouths Of Decadence
2. Observer
3. Death After Life
4. Embrace
5. Remorser
6. Neighbourhood
7. Escapism
8. Aurora
9. Radiance
10. Transient
11. Heaven Ascended

Details of Pity Sex’s new album, ‘White Hot Moon,’ have been revealed. It is due for release on April 29th via Run For Cover Records.

1. A Satisfactory World For Reasonable People
2. Burden You
3. Bonhomie
4. September
5. What Might Soothe You
6. Plum
7. Nothing Rips Through Me
8. Orange And Red
9. Dandelion
10. White Hot Moon
11. Pin A Star
12 Wappen Beggars

Future Of The Left have set a release date of April 8th for their new album – ‘The Peace and Truce of Future Of tThe Left’.

Atlanta, GA’s O’Brother are set to release a new full-length LP, ‘Endless Light’ on March 25th via Triple Crown Records/Favorite Gentlemen.

1. Slow Sin
2. Your Move
3. Deconstruct
4. Complicated End Times
5. Burn
6. Bloodlines
7. Endless Light
8. Black Hole
9. Time Is a Length of Rope
10. I Am (Become Death)
11. Realm of the Physical

Nothing have revealed their new album will be titled ‘Tired Of Tomorrow’ and will be released on May 13th via Relapse Records.

1. Fever Queen
2. The Dead Are Dumb
3. Vertigo Flowers
4. ACE (Abcessive Compulsive Disorder)
5. Nineteen Ninety Heaven
6. Curse Of The Sun
7. Eaten By Worms
8. Everyone Is Happy
9. Our Plague
10. Tired Of Tomorrow

The World is a Beautiful Place & I am No Longer Afraid to Die have confirmed they will release a new 7" titled ‘Long Live Happy Birthday’ via Topshelf Records on March 25th.

The 7" vinyl is available on three colors:
100 // Clear w/ green splatter ($1 from every sale is donated to Pittsburgh Action Against Rape)
400 // Opaque pink and opaque yellow swirl
1,000 // Dark blue

Birmingham pop punk quartet Coast to Coast have revealed details of their debut EP. ‘Dwell’ will be released through Fox Records on 8th April.

1. Intro
2. Bloom
3. Cornerstone
4. Bunkbeds

Chisel Beeches have detailed their new EP. ‘In A Week, On A Whim’ will be released on April 1st.

1. Take You Home
2. Bloke Next Door
3. Tracy
4. You Are Your Friends
5. Ghosts
6. You’re Boring

Philadelphia, PA’s In The Pines have joined Black Numbers.

Aliases will release ‘Derangeable’ via Basick Records on 15th April.

1) Find Where You Hide
2) Everything Is Upon Us
3) Back To The Start
4) Smile All You Like
5) Deep Sea Avenue
6) Uncontrollable Desires
7) Callous
8) Face For Lust
9) Seen It All
10) Untangled Mind
11) Above The Sky

Tuscaloosa, AL’s Gideon has signed to Equal Vision Records and will enter the studio with producer Will Putney (Northlane, Stray From The Path, Counterparts) in April, where they will record their fourth full-length.

Kent atmospheric post-everything Bossk have revealed details of their new album – ‘Audio Noir.’’ It is set for released on April 1st via Deathwish Inc.

1. The Reverie
2. Heliopause
3. Relancer
4. Kobe
5. Atom Smasher
6. Nadir
7. The Reverie II

As part of their 10th anniversary, Scylla Records have released a free/pay-what-you-want pop punk compilation called ‘Ten Years in the Zoo.’

1) Sweet Little Machine – In God We Trust
2) The Adventures Of Litespeed – Understand
3) High Tides – Opia
4) Boy Mercury – Headspin
5) Coast To Coast – August
6) Planet Zero – Home
7) The Over Everythings – Medicate and Move On
8) Landmarks – Catapults
9) Not Today – Infinity
10) Where There’s Life – Lego
11) Not Tonight and the Headaches – I Guess This is Progress
12) H_ngm_n – Stayed in the Matrix
13) Forever Unclean – Hangry!
14) Traitors! – The Boys of the Double Cross
15) Willowside Park – Atlas
16) Skyway Avenue – Battlescars
17) Tuskens – Dissolve
18) Better Than Never – Back of the Line, Kid
19) One Man Boycott – If Only You’d Stay
20) The Gospel Youth – If She’s The Rope

Dallas, TX-based instrumental outfit Polyphia will release their sophomore full-length ‘Renaissance,’’ on March 11th through Equal Vision.

1. Culture Shock
2. Light
3. Florence
4. Nightmare
5. Storm
6. Bittersweet
7. Symmetry
8. Ivory
9. Paradise
10. Amour
11. Crush
12. Euphoria

Swedish riff lords Grand Magus will release their eighth studio album, ‘Sword Songs,’ on May 13th through Nuclear Blast.

01. Freja’s Choice
02. Varangian
03. Forged In Iron – Crowned In Steel
04. Born For Battle (Black Dog Of Brocéliande)
05. Master Of The Land
06. Last One To Fall
07. Frost And Fire
08. Hugr
09. Everyday There’s A Battle To Fight
Bonus Tracks (digipak only)
10. In For The Kill
11. Stormbringer (Deep Purple Cover)

Brisbane melodic punkers Columbus have joined UNFD.

LTNT have confirmed their debut album will be titled ‘RANK’ and will be released through Maybe Records on March 11th.

Terrible Love have joined Big Scary Monsters. Their debut EP, ‘Change Nothing,’’ will receive a full release through the label on April 22nd.

Glaswegian metal band Blackwork have confirmed their debut EP, ‘Impasse,’ will be released on March 25th.

1. Alias
2. Filthist
3. Unguided
4. Rust
5. Impasse

Haken have confirmed the release of their fourth album, ‘Affinity,’ will take place on April 29th.

1. affinity.exe [1:24]
2. Initiate [4:16]
3. 1985 [9:09]
4. Lapse [4:44]
5. The Architect [15:40]
6. Earthrise [4:48]
7. Red Giant [6:06]
8. The Endless Knot [5:50]
9. Bound By Gravity [9:29]

Festival News

Yellowcard (performing ‘Ocean Avenue’), Mayday Parade, Cancer Bats, Roam, Northlane, Hacktivist, Norma Jean and Hit The Lights are the latest bands to be announced for the Slam Dunk Festival.

May
Sat 28 Slam Dunk Festival North – Leeds City Centre
Sun 29 Slam Dunk Festival Midlands – Birmingham, NEC
Mon 30 Slam Dunk Festival South – Hatfield, University of Hertfordshire

London’s Might As Well Fest have announced the lineup for their Friday night warm up show on March 11th. Rob Lynch will headline proceedings, performing his debut album in full with his band for the first ever time. Support on the evening comes from The Gospel Youth and The Lion and the Wolf. Might As Well Fest takes place at The Macbeth in Hoxton, London on March 11th and 12th 2016.

FRIDAY 11 MARCH
Rob Lynch (Full Band)
The Gospel Youth
The Lion And The Wolf

SATURDAY 12 MARCH
GIANTS
City Light Thief
Darko
Strange Planes
Larrakia
+5 TBC

Friday: £5 + bf
Saturday: £10 + bf
Both days: £12 + bf

Leeds based festival Outbreak has announced its initial line up for 2016:

Saturday April 30th
Terror (UK exclusive)
Incendiary (UK exclusive)
Dead Swans (exclusive reunion show)

Saturday May 8th
Trapped Under Ice (exclusive UK comeback show)
Dirty Money(exclusive reunion show)
Higher Power

Outbreak Fest will take place at Leeds Canal Mills, and tickets for both days are on sale here, priced £35.

Jaws, Rolo Tomassi, Woahnows, Bangers, Duke Special, The Sherlocks, Kassassin Street, Georgie, Bad Sounds, Strange Bones and Motormouf have been added to the line-up for Derby’s 2Q Festival. It will take place across various venues in the city on Saturday April 9th.