In Case You Missed It (15/01/2016)

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

Foxing – Two EP
The Bottom Line – I Still Hate You EP
Rick Rude – Make Mine Tuesday
Group of Man – World Peace Champions EP

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AFI – Get Hurt
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes – Modern Ruin
The Menzingers – After The Party
Less Than Jake – Whatever The Weather
As It Is – Still Remembering
Beach Slang – Bored Teenagers (The Adverts)
Minus the Bear – Invisible
WSTR – Nail The Casket (Thanks For Nothing)
Homebound – Sonder
Wars – Hailing Distance
The Superweaks – No Sorrow
Greg Graffin – Making Time
Craig Finn – Preludes
Matt Pryor – I Won’t Be Afraid
Eisley – Louder Than a Lion ft. Anthony Green
Wear Your Wounds – Goodbye Old Friend
Wild Pink – Wanting Things Makes You Shittier
Del Paxton – Take It To The Limit
Happyness – Falling Down
Bruising – What It Feels Like
Diet Cig – Tummy Ache
Beachheads – Una
Beachheads – Break Me Down
The Hyena Kill – Tongue Tied
.bipolar. – Ernest
Hellbound Hearts – Suffering the Radio
Black Sites – Monochrome
No Thank You – Juicy J
Hiccup – Teasin’

New Videos

Deaf Havana – Fever
Cloud Nothings – Internal World
Meat Wave – Run You Out
Anti-Flag – Death Of A Nation (LIVE)
Columbus – Say What You Want (feat. Alex Costello and Jordan Black)
Exam Season – Everything Is Salted Caramel
Within The Ruins – Beautiful Agony
Brutus – All Along (Live from Red Bull Studios, Paris)
Signals Midwest – Alchemy Hour
Ghost Iris – Pinnacle
Me And That Man – My Church Is Black
Aversions Crown – Prismatic Abyss
Beyond The Black – Lost In Forever
Iron Reagan – Bleed the Fifth
Mountains To Move – Adieu
Varvara – Human Being
Dead Days – Don’t Mean
Carousel Kings – Grey Goose
Esprit D’Air – Rebirth
Kilkovec – Change
Hometruths – Feral
Neaux – Somewhere Up North
Keroscene – Like The First Time
The Bunny The Bear – Love Lies
Lorna Shore – Fvneral Moon
She Must Burn – Gloom Feat. Sean Harmanis
LEAV/E/ARTH – The Other Side
American Grim – Freakshow
Finding Kate – Get Over You
Construct – Reflection

Tour News

Can’t Swim and Microwave have been announced as support for Real Friends’ rescheduled UK tour.

06 Club Academy, Manchester
07 Asylum, Birmingham
09 Riverside, Newcastle
10 St Luke’s, Glasgow
11 Stylus, Leeds
13 Thekla, Bristol
14 Epic Studios, Norwich
15 Engine Rooms, Southampton
16 Electric Ballroom, London

The Dirty Nil have been added to The Menzingers’ UK/EU tour with The Flatliners.

Tue 18 Talking Heads, Southampton
Wed 19 Koko, London
Thu 20 Academy 2, Manchester
Fri 21 Bierkeller, Bristol
Sat 22 Oran Mor, Glasgow
Sun 23 The Venue, Derby
Mon 24 Epic Studios, Norwich

Aaron West and The Roaring Twenties have announced their first full band performance in the UK. It will take place at the Boston Music Room in London on February 2nd.

Arkansas progressive doom quartet Pallbearer will follow up the release of ‘Heartless’ on March 24th with a short UK run in April as part of a European tour.

6th The Underworld, London
8th Thekla, Bristol
9th Ruby Lounge, Manchester

AJJ have been added as support to Skinny Lister’s Spring UK tour.

Weds 26 Voodoo Rooms, Edinburgh
Thurs 27 The Leadmill, Sheffield
Fri 28 Gorilla, Manchester
Weds 3 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
Thurs 4 The Junction, Cambridge
Fri 5 Hare & Hounds, Birmingham
Sat 6 The Fleece, Bristol
Tues 9 Talking Heads, Southampton
Weds 10 The Haunt, Brighton
Thurs 11 Scala, London

Dryjacket have been announced as special guests on The Early November’s forthcoming UK tour.

17 Joiners, Southampton
18 Tufnell Park Dome, London
19 Sound Control, Manchester
20 King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow
21 O2 Institute 3, Birmingham
22 Key Club, Leeds
23 Exchange, Bristol

Canadian psych-rock trio Elephant Stone have announced a week-long run of headline UK shows in support of last year’s ‘Ship of Fools’ LP.

26th Moth Club, London
27th The Moon Club, Cardiff
28th Karma Festival, Leeds
29th Mono, Glasgow
30th Picture House Social, Sheffield
31st The Hope & Ruin, Brighton

Australian prog-guitar virtuoso Plini has announced a run of UK shows as part of his 2017 headline European tour. Support comes from Disperse and David Maxim Micic.

Wed 15 The Globe, Cardiff
Thu 16 Satans Hollow, Manchester
Fri 17 O2 Institute 3, Birmingham
Sat 18 Audio, Glasgow
Sun 19 Borderline, London

In The News

Crown The Empire have parted ways with vocalist David Escamilla. He posted a separate statement here.

Avenged Sevenfold will be setting up a pop-up shop – Vlauder Lauders General Store – in London’s Camden from Friday 20th January until Monday 23rd. It will coincide with their two live dates at the 02 Arena. The shop will be based at Camden Market, 215-216 Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8AB, and open 10am – 6pm.

Sorority Noise have announced ‘You’re Not As _____ As You Think’, their third full-length record. It will be released on March 17th via Big Scary Monsters/Triple Crown Records.

1. No Halo
2. A Portrait Of
3. First Letter From St. Sean
4. A Better Sun
5. Disappeared
6. Car
7. Where Are You?
8. Second Letter From St. Julien
9. Leave The Fan On
10. New Room

Chicago trio Meat Wave have detailed their third album – ‘The Incessant’. It will be released in the UK through Big Scary Monsters and in North America on SideOneDummy Records on February 17th.

1. To Be Swayed
2. Tomosaki
3. Run You Out
4. Leopard Print Jet Ski
5. Bad Man
6. No Light
7. Glass Teeth
8. The Incessant
9. At The Lake
10. Mask
11. Birdland
12. Killing The Incessant

Beach Slang have shared details of their new covers mixtape titled ‘Here I Made This For You Mixtape Volume II’. It will be released through Big Scary Monsters on February 10th.

1. Bored Teenagers (The Adverts)
2. Wembley (The Candyskins)
3. Nothing Can Change You T(ommy Keene)
4. Sometimes Always T(he Jesus & Mary Chain)
5. Roadrunner (The Modern Lovers)

Seattle’s Minus the Bear have announced their first album in five years. ‘VOIDS’ will be released on March 3rd via Suicide Squeeze Records.

1. Last Kiss
2. Give & Take
3. Call The Cops
4. Invisible
5. What About The Boat?
6. Silver
7. Tame Beasts
8. Erase
9. Robotic Heart
10. Lighthouse

Motionless In White have announced keyboard player Josh Balz has left the band.

Emmure have confirmed their new album will be titled ‘Look At Yourself’. It’s due for release through Sharptone Records and will be released on 3rd March 2017.

01. You Asked For It
02. Shinjuku Masterlord
03. Smokey
04. Natural Born Killer
05. Flag Of The Beast
06. Ice Man Confessions
07. Russian Hotel Aftermath
08. Call Me Numb
09. Major Key Alert
10. Turtle In A Hare Machine
11. Torch
12. Derelict
13. Gucci Prison

Bad Religion frontman Greg Graffin will be releasing a brand new solo album entitled Millport this March 10th via Anti-. The album sees Graffin being joined by Social Distortion members Jonny ‘Two Bags’ Wickersham, Brent Harding and David Hidalgo Jr., with Bad Religion co-founder Brett Gurewitz producing.

1. Backroads of My Mind
2. Too Many Virtues
3. Lincoln’s Funeral Train
4. Millport
5. Time of Need

6. Making Time
7. Shotgun
8. Echo on the Hill
9. Sawmill
10. Waxwings

Jamie Lenman has announced he will release a new single called ‘Mississippi’ on January 23rd.

The Hold Steady’s Craig Finn has shared details of his new album – ‘We All Want The Same Things’. It is Finn’s third solo album and will be released via Partisan Records on Friday, March 24th.

1. Jester & June
2. Preludes
3. Ninety Bucks
4. Birds Trapped In The Airport
5. God In Chicago
6. Rescue Blues
7. Tangletown
8. It Hits When It Hits
9. Tracking Shots
10. Be Honest​

Brutality Will Prevail have detailed their fifth studio album ‘In Dark Places’, which will be released via Holy Roar Records on March 24th.

1. Serpent
2. Perpetual Lows
3. Heretic
4. Penitence
5. Nybbas
6. Forever Restless
7. Death Sings Me To Sleep
8. Into The Gloom
9. Elegy

Cheshire quartet Leatherneck have confirmed they will release a AA single, ‘Vincent / Pale Horse’, through Close to Home Records on January 27th. They will also be releasing a numbered, hand screen-printed discography tape in mid-late February on Split Ear Records. It will include ‘Vincent / Pale Horse’, the ‘Lighting Up The Tilt Sign’ EP as well as their ‘Monochrome/Derailed’ single.

New York duo Diet Cig have revealed their debut record, ‘Swear I’m Good At This’ will be released on April 7th via Frenchkiss Records.

Southampton pop-rock four-piece Faux will return with new material next month, when they release a new single called ‘Hot Headed’.

Corby metallers Raging Speedhorn have announced that co-vocalist Frank Regan will not be joining them on their upcoming UK run with Skindred or their appearance at HRH Metal, as he has been ordered by doctors to rest. Regan’s spot will be filled by RSJ vocalist Dan Cook. Sadly, the two March shows at The Black Heart are to be moved to later in the year.

Amsterdam-based metal band The Charm The Fury have announced that their new album, ‘The Sick, Dumb & Happy’, will be released on 17th March via Nuclear Blast / Arising Empire.

Manchester quintet Hometruths have announced details of their debut EP. ‘Open Your Eyes’ will be released through CI Records in March 3rd.

1. Embers
2. Feral
3. Divide
4. Vigilante
5. WMD
6. Genocide

East Coast shock rockers American Grim have signed a worldwide deal with eOne Music / Rocktagon Worldwide Music. Their debut album, ‘Freakshow’, will be released on February 24th.

1. Concrete Jungle
2. Freakshow
3. Only One
4. Burn Hollywood
5. Drugs Like Candy
6. The Guns
7. I Want Out
8. Fight Night
9. Doctor Doc
10. Idols
11. Get Loud
12. Bodies all Around

Happyness’ new album will be called ‘Write In’ and will be released on April 7th through Moshi Moshi Recordings.

1. Falling Down
2. The Reel Starts Again [Man As Ostrich]
3. Anytime
4. Through Windows
5. Uptrend / Style Raids
6. Bigger Glass Less Full
7. Victor Lazarro’s Heart
8. Anna, Lisa Calls
9. The C Is A B A G
10. Tunnel Vision On Your Part

The Bunny The Bear announced they have signed to Needful Things Records. Their upcoming album, ‘The Way We Rust’, will be released on March 17th.

German melodic skate punkers Straightline have announced they’ll be releasing their upcoming album, ‘Vanishing Values’, on February 10th through Bird Attack Records.

Philadelphia’s No Thank You gave announced their debut album ‘Jump Ship’. It will be released on February 24th on Lame-O Records.

1. Eyeballs
2. Cold
3. Old News
4. Serenity Song
5. Bad @ Love Songs
6. Juicy J
7. Teeter
8. The Unbearable Purposelessness Of Being

New York trio Hiccup have set a release date of March 24th for their new record. ‘Imaginary Enemies’ will be released through Father/Daughter Records.

01. Austin
02. Lady MacBeth & Miss Havisham
03. Dad Jokes
04. Whoa Baby
05. Teasin’
06. Tides
07. Better
08. Enemies
09. I Don’t Care
10. Yeah
11. Slams
12. Neverwhere

Cleveland, Ohio based LEAV/E/ARTH has signed with InVogue Records. Their debut album, ‘A Perfect Disarray’, is due for release April 7th.

Festival News

The second wave of bands for this year’s Slam Dunk Festival has been made with nine new names announced: Beartooth, Tonight Alive, Against Me!, The Bronx, Goldfinger, Mad Caddies, The Movielife, Trophy Eyes, and Like Pacific.

Above the Waves Promotions and Failure by Design Records have announced the final bunch of bands, as well as the headliners, for So Punk Fest 3, which takes place from the 3rd to 5th February. The headliners include Muskets (Friday), Apologies, I Have None (Saturday), with a solo performance from Ducking Punches closing the festival on Sunday. The other additions are Cassels, itoldyouiwouldeatyou, The New Tusk, Honey Joy, Middle Distance and Catholic Girls.

Leeds based Ritual Festival have announced the final four band’s for this year’s festival – Anaal Nathrakh, Bossk, Unfathomable Ruination and Kurokuma.


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