In Case You Missed It (14/05/2017)

In Case You Missed It (14/05/2017)

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

Employed to Serve – The Warmth of a Dying Sun
Miss Vincent – Somewhere Else EP
Tigress – Like It Is EP
Veridian – 40826D EP
Spencer Radcliffe & Everyone Else – Enjoy The Great Outdoors
Arms & Hearts – Yoo Much Sleep, Not Enough Dreams
LSP – Waves

Songs

blink-182 – Wildfire
Linkin Park – Invisible
The National – The System Only Dreams in Total Darkness
Mallory Knox – Yellow (Coldplay cover)
Captain, We’re Sinking – Trying Year
Tigers Jaw – Escape Plan
Eighteen Visions – Crucified
Hundredth – Youth
Fort Hope – The People Of The Lake
Free Throw – Hope Spot
Patent Pending – Livin’ La Vida Loca
Fights & Fires – Blanquettes Avenue
Tom Aylott – Death Spiral
Sheer Mag – Just Can’t Get Enough
See Through Dresses – Pretty Police
After Words – Chris Martin
A Trust Unclean – Parturition
Ex People – Not A Drill
Aviator – Nasonov Pheromone
Pleasure House – Mind Control
New Trash – Unknown
High Signs – A Much Larger Ocean

New Videos


Red Hot Chili Peppers – Goodbye Angels
Milk Teeth – Owning Your Okayness
You Me At Six – Take On The World (Live at Ally Pally)
In Flames – Here Until Forever
Motionless In White – Eternally Yours
Obey The Brave – Drama
Broadside – Hidden Colors
Miss May I – Shadows Inside
I Prevail – Come And Get It
Greywind – Safe Haven
Blood Command – (The World Covered In) Purple Shrouds
Kevin Devine – Daydrunk
From Indian Lakes – Sunlight
Colt 45 – 17
Faux – Around
Fizzy Blood – Pawn
False Advertising – It’s Been A While (So Sick)
The Nyx – Fire Breathing Lady
K.Flay – High Enough
tricot – Melon Soda
OWEL – Too Young To Fall In Love
Malevolence – Wasted Breath
3TEETH – Away From Me
Eidola – Tetelestai
Bad Omens – The Worst In Me
Ratboys – Elvis Is in the Freezer
Widowmaker – The Nihilist
88 Fingers Louie – Advice Column
IDestroy – 98%
Ten Cents Short – Higher Powers
Shorelines – New Heights
The Firelight Opera – Alive
Hollowstar – Holding It Together
Where Fires Are – Die or Survive

Tour News

KoRn will play a one-off show at London’s Brixton Academy on August 23rd.

Rise Against will play an intimate show at The Garage in London on June 2nd.

Waterparks have announced their first full UK headline tour for September.

September
21 Fleece, Bristol
22 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
23 O2 Academy 2, Newcastle
24 King Tuts, Glasgow
26 Key Club, Leeds
27 Academy 3, Manchester
28 Underworld, London
29 O2 Academy 2, Birmingham
30 The Haunt, Brighton

Milk Teeth will support the release of their ‘Be Nice’ EP with various festival appearances and a headline tour, where they will be supported by Employed To Serve and Wallflower.

May
27th Slam Dunk Festival, Birmingham
28th Slam Dunk Festival, Leeds
29th Slam Dunk Festival, Hatfield
July
8th 2000 Trees Festival (main stage)
23rd Amplified Festival
27th The Flapper, Birmingham (headline show)
28th Star and Garter, Manchester (headline show)
29th The Plug, Sheffield (headline show)
30th King Tuts, Glasgow (headline show)
31st The Key Club, Leeds (headline show)
August
1st Bodega, Nottingham (headline show)
2nd Epic Studios, Norwich (headline show)
3rd Joiners, Southampton (headline show)
4th Borderline, London (headline show)
5th Hit The Deck Festival, Bristol

New York hardcore legends Agnostic Front will be returning to the UK for four headline shows in November.

November
9th Mama Roux’s, Birmingham
10th Audio, Glasgow
11th Eiger Studios, Leeds
12th Underworld, London

Canadian melodic hardcore band, Counterparts will return to the UK for a headline tour. Supports come from Polar and Napoleon.

November
11th Patterns, Brighton
12th Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
13th Vintage Bar, Doncaster
14th Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
15th G2, Glasgow
16th Rebellion, Manchester
17th Think Tank, Newcastle
18th The Dome, London
19th Joiners, Southampton

Lemuria have also announced Mikey Erg and Colour Me Wednesday will be joining them on their July UK tour.

July
Wed 05 Joiners, Southampton
Thu 06 Borderline, London
Fri 07 Exchange, Bristol
Sat 08 2000Trees Festival (Lemuria only)
Mon 10 Sunflower Lounge, Brimingham
Tue 11 Star and Garter, Manchester
Wed 12 13th Note, Glasgow
Thu 13 Headrow House, Leeds
Fri 14 Red Rooms, Nottingham
Sat 15 Whelans, Dublin (Lemuria and Mikey Erg only)
Sun 16 Voodoo, Belfast (Lemuria and Mikey Erg only)

The Living End have been added to Dropkick Murphys’ UK tour. They will also be playing three headline shows and more.

June
26 Rock City, Nottingham*
27 Alhambra Theatre, Dunfermline*
28 O2 Academy, Liverpool*
29 O2 Academy, Bournemouth*
July
01 British Summer Time, Hyde Park, London W/ Green Day
03 Gorilla, Manchester
04 King Tut’s, Glasgow
05 Beckett Students Union, Leeds W/ Gogol Bordello
06 The Wedgerooms, Porstmouth
* W/ Dropkick Murphys

tricot will follow up the release of their new album, ‘3’, with a run of UK and Irish dates in the summer.

August
18 Whelans, Dublin
19 ArcTangent Festival, Bristol
21 Broadcast, Glasgow
22 Firebug, Leicester
25 Bush Hall, London
27 The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
29 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
30 Headrow House, Leeds
September
01 Joiners, Southampton

Having recently released their debut album, ‘Empty Rooms’, Italian quintet Halflives have announced a run of UK headline dates for July.

July
11th Bloc, Glasgow
12th The Maze, Nottingham
13th Met Bar, Peterborough
14th Cobblestones, Bridgwater
15th Percy’s, Whitchurch

Bellevue Days and Patrons will be playing three shows together in early August.

August
03 Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
04 Chameleon Cafe Bar, Nottingham
05 The Old Blue Last, London

Los Angeles quintet Bad Omens will make their UK debut next month with a run of headline shows.

June
16th Satan’s Hollow, Manchester
18th Audio, Glasgow
19th The Flapper, Birmingham
20th Boston Music Room, London

The Pineapple Thief will be playing two UK dates as part of a European tour. They will be joined by virtuoso Gavin Harrison (Porcupine Tree, King Crimson) on drums and Darran Charles (Godsticks) on guitar.

September
Sat 16 ULU, London
Sun 17 Bierkeller

88 Fingers Louie will follow the release of ‘Thank You For Being a Friend’ with a run of UK shows.

July
30 Joiners, Southampton
August
02 Underworld, London
03 Rebellion Festival, Blackpool
04 Owl Sanctuary, Norwich

French post-prog metal band Riviẽre have announced their debut UK tour, supporting progressive instrumentalist Sarah Longfield.

July
11 Audio, Glasgowy
12 Jumpin’ Jacks, Newcastley
14 Hyde Park Book Club, Leedsy
15 Satan’s Hollow, Manchestery
16 Sanctuary, Basingstokey
18 Surya, Londony
19 Anvil, Bournemouthy
20 Sticky Mike’s, Brighton

Belgian dark groove rockers Diablo Blvd will be playing two UK dates as part of a European tour in October.

October
14 The Anvil, Bournemouth
15 The Black Heart, London

In The News

Milk Teeth have joined Roadrunner Records UK. The first of two new EP’s, ‘Be Nice’, will be released on July 28th.

Evanescence will be releasing a new album titled ‘Synthesis’. It will see old songs reworked with full orchestration and electronica.

Hertfordshire based post-hardcore band, Fort Hope have revealed details of their debut full-length. ‘The Flood Flowers Volume 1’ is set to be released on 16th June via Virgin EMI Records.

On June 23rd, Scranton punks Captain, We’re Sinking will return with ‘The King of No Man’, their first album in four years. It will be released on Run For Cover Records.

01. Trying Year
02. Books
03. Don’t Show Bill
04. Cannonless
05. Smash 2
06. The Future Is Cancelled Pt. II
07. Hunting Trip
08. Water
09. Crow (Little Wounds)
10. Dance of Joy
11. The King of No Man

Faux will release a self-titled EP on June 16th through Speaking Tongues.

Chasing Cadence have announced they will be splitting up this summer after a farewell tour.

Worcester-based punk rockers, Fights And Fires will return on July 14th with the release of a new album called ‘Live Life Like A Tourist’. The eight track LP will be released through Lockjaw Records.

1. Blanquettes Avenue
2. Church Bells
3. Awkward
4. Camping
5. Hard To Dream
6. Take A Swing At The World
7. Kibosh
8. Ouija Board

Swedish thrash metallers The Haunted have finished recording their new album, ‘Strength In Numbers’ and will be released through Century Media Records on August 25th.

‘Need To Feel Your Love’ is the debut full-length from Sheer Mag. It’s set to be released on 14th July on Static Shock Records.

1. Meet Me In The Street
2. Need To Feel Your Love
3. Just Can’t Get Enough
4. Expect The Bayonet
5. Rank and File
6. Turn It Up
7. Suffer Me
8. Pure Desire
9. Until You Find The One
10. Milk and Honey
11. Can’t Play It Cool
12. (Say Goodbye To) Sophie Scholl

Chicago-based punks 88 Fingers Louie have revealed details of their first album in 19 years. ‘Thank You For Being a Friend’ will be released on June 30th on Bird Attack Records.

Norwegian math rock/emo duo After Words are set to release their second EP, ‘Tip, Tap, Toe’, on June 1sy through Backpack Records.

Alabama deathcore quintet Widowmaker have joined SharpTone Records.

Boston’s Aviator will release their sophomore LP, ‘Loneliness Leaves The Light On For Me’ on June 23rd through No Sleep Records.

1. I Wanna Make Movies, Heather
2. Nasonov Pheromone
3. Ad Nauseam
4. I Wouldn’t Leave Here If You Paid Me
5. Looks Deep Enough From Here
6. End Scene
7. One Year Warranty
8. I Wouldn’t Live There If You Paid Me
9. Safety Coffin
10. Does It Make A Sound

Belgium’s Diablo Blvd will release a new album titled, ‘Zero Hour’ through Nuclear Blast on September 22th.

Festival News

Fort Fest has added seven bands to this year’s festival. The latest announcement sees Toploader being confirmed as the first headliner. They will be joined by MassMatiks, Veridian, Rory Indiana, Chasing Cadence, Diamond Days and Sweet Crisis.

The winners of Rock Sound Breakout Slam Dunk Festival competition have been announced.

Slam Dunk Midlands – You Know The Drill
Slam Dunk North – Better Days
Slam Dunk South – All That Was Said