In Case You Missed It (15/05/2016)

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

Making Monsters – Bad Blood EP
Faye – Faye
Permanent Record – Everyone Is Happy Now
Not Today – Headway EP

Letlive. – Reluctantly Dead
Good Charlotte – Life Changes
Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties – Goodbye, Carolina Blues
Billy Talent – Afraid Of Heights
Against The Current – Young & Relentless
Gates – Empty Canvas
Issues – Slow Me Down
Issues – Blue Wall
With Confidence – Higher
Twin Heart – Ghost
Grieving – Ownership
Puppy – Entombed
Bayside – Enemy Lines
Black Crown Initiate – For Red Cloud
Daydream Frenzy – Good Morning
No Sinner – Leadfoot (Old Habits Die Hard)
Broncho – Speed Demon
Half Hearted Here – Invisible City
Astroid Boys – Fallback

New Videos

Panic! At The Disco – Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time
Creeper – Astral Projection
Muse – Aftermath
Say Anything – Give A Damn
Fatherson – Just Past the Point of Breaking
Turnstile – Addicted
Solids – Wait it Out
Band Of Skulls – So Good
Trash Boat – Everlong (Foo Fighters cover)
Muskets – Drowsy
Press to MECO – Autopsy
Oceans Ate Alaska – High Horse
As Daylight Fades – The Great Divide
FALLS – Get Well Soon
Terrible Love – Mt. Misery
Chapter and Verse – Shelf Life
Hail The Sun – Burn Nice and Slow (The Formative Years)
Patriot Rebel – Self Hate
Bloodlines – Skeletons
Thousand Foot Krutch – Running With Giants
ForeverAtLast – Machines
Osiah – Humanimals
I Cried Wolf – Scratching My Head With Ink
Darko – In The Company Of Wolves

Tour News

Billy Talent will follow up the release of ‘Afraid Of Heights’ in July with an UK tour in October.

12th UEA, Norwich
14th O2 Academy, Bristol
15th Academy, Manchester
16th O2 ABC, Glasgow
17th O2 Academy, Newcastle
19th Institute, Birmingham
20th O2 Academy, Leeds
22nd Rock City, Nottingham
23rd Roundhouse, London
24th Tramshed, Cardiff
26th O2 Guildhall, Southampton

Less Than Jake will headline the ‘Fireball – Fuelling The Fire Tour’ with support coming from The Skints and Mariachi El Bronx.

Mon 3rd O2 Academy, Bristol*

Tue 4th O2 Academy, Sheffield*

Wed 5th O2 Academy, Birmingham*
Thu 6th O2 Academy, Brixton*
Sat 8th O2 Academy, Newcastle^

Sun 9th O2 Academy, Glasgow^
Mon 10th O2 Ritz, Manchester^
Tue 11th O2 Academy, Bournemouth^

^ w/ The Bennies

Motion City Soundtrack have announced three UK dates of part their farewell tour.

17 O2 Ritz, Manchester
18 O2 Institute 2, Birmingham
19 KOKO, London

Don Broco have announced a very special tour across the UK throughout July and August, performing debut album ‘Priorities’ in full one night, and then sophomore effort ‘Automatic’ in full on the other night.

24 Gorilla, Manchester*
25 Gorilla, Manchester^
26 Oran Mor, Glasgow*
27 Oran Mor, Glasgow^
28 Riverside, Newcastle*
29 Riverside, Newcastle^
31 O2 Institute 2 , Birmingham
01 O2 Institute 2, Birmingham^
03 Key Club, Leeds*
04 Key Club, Leeds^
05 Esquires, Bedford*
06 Esquires, Bedford^
08 Islington O2 Academy, London*
09 Islington O2 Academy, London^
10 Engine Rooms, Southampton*
11 Engine Rooms, Southampton^
13 Open, Norwich*
14 Open, Norwich^
15 Marble Factory, Bristol*
16 Marble Factory, Bristol^
* = Performing ‘Priorities’ in full
^ = Performing ‘Automatic’ in full

Experimental post-hardcore band Dance Gavin Dance will celebrate their 10th anniversary with a UK tour in November. The tour see vocalist Tilian Pearson be joined by the band’s previous vocalists Kurt Travis and Jonny Craig, who will all share on performing select songs.

03 O2 Academy 2, Oxford
04 The Haunt, Brighton
05 Institute 3, Birmingham
06 Engine Rooms, Southampton
08 Rescue Room, Nottingham
09 O2 Academy 2, Newcastle
10 Sound Control, Manchester
11 Garage, Glasgow
12 The Key Club, Leeds
14 The Globe, Cardiff
15 The Fleece, Bristol
16 Underworld, London

As part of their 40th anniversary, legendary US hardcore punk band Dead Kennedys have announced their only UK headline tour dates for this October.


Thu 12th O2 Academy Oxford

Fri 13th O2 Academy Islington

Sat 14th O2 Academy Islington

New Jersey punk rockers The Bouncing Souls have announced they will be touring the UK in August. They will be joined PEARS.


2nd The Parish, Huddersfield

3rd Stereo, Glasgow

4th Rebellion Festival, Blackpool

5th The Exchange, Bristol

6th Underworld, London

7th Fighting Cocks, Kingston

In The News

The Misfits have announced original Singer/Songwriter Glenn Danzig, original Bassist Jerry Only and long-time Guitarist Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein will be performing together for the “First Time in Over 30-Years” when they will play Riot Fest & Rodeo (September 2-4) and Riot Fest & Carnival (September 16-18) as headliners.

Sum 41 have joined Hopeless Records. On the signing, Derek Whibley says:

“It’s crazy to think that we started this band 20 years ago and so much has happened, and it all happened really fast. When I look back at everything it still feels like it’s all so recent. I think this a good thing because it still feels like there is still so much to do…which is why I am excited for a new album and to be releasing it with Hopeless Records.”

Whilst on tour with Simple Plan in Europe, ROAM were robbed whilst asleep in their van in France. Police believe the band were gassed while sleeping in their van, allowing for the robbers to take all the band’s cash, show fees, merch money and personal money.

Billy Talent will return on July 29th with their fifth studio album ‘Afraid Of Heights’. The album, due for release through Atlantic Records, sees drummer Jordan Hastings stepping in for Aaron Solowoniuk (Alexisonfire), who has been temporarily side-lined due to a relapse of MS.

Progressive metalcore band Carcer City have announced their new album, ‘Infinite/Unknown,’ its set for release this September via Stay Sick Records.

Detroit, Michigan hardcore band Turncoat have announced their debut Self-Titled EP is set for on release June 10th via Eulogy Recordings.

1. Own Up
2. Growing Up
3. The Friends You Need

4. American Dream
5. Pushing Through
6. Blindfolded

East London quartet Chapter and Verse have revealed details of their debut EP – ‘The Wolves Back Home’.

1. The New Breed
2. Shelf Life
3. Tunnels
4. Electric Tongues
5. Slave

Andrew Cream (formerly of The Ruined) has will release a mini-album titled ‘Self Portrait’ on June 8th through his own label Scene Better Days Records.

North London up and comers Puppy have confirmed a new mini album, ‘Vol. II,’ for August 12th.

1. Entombed
2. My Tree
3. Arabella
4. Warm
5. Here At Home

Falsifier have joined Artery Recordings. To mark the occasional, they’re offering their new EP, ‘Life In Death’ as a free download here.

Pennsylvania metallers Black Crown Initiate return with new album ‘Selves We Cannot Forgive,’ on July 22nd via Long Branch / SPV.

1. For Red Cloud
2. Sorrowpsalm
3. Again
4. Belie The Machine
5. Selves We Cannot Forgive
6. Transmit To Disconnect
7. Matriarch
8. Vicious Lives

The Pineapple Thief will return on August 12th with their most ambitious studio album to date – ‘Your Wilderness’ via Kscope. The album will see several guests including drummer Gavin Harrison, who the band said “redefined how we approached the songs as a band.” Whilst John Helliwell from Supertramp, Geoffrey Richardson (Caravan) and Darran Charles (Godsticks) also make guest appearances.

1. In Exile (05:40)
2. No Man’s Land (04:20)
3. Tear You Up (4:53)
4. That Shore (04:36)
5. Take Your Shot (04:34)
6. Fend For Yourself (03:49)
7. The Final Thing On My Mind (09:52)
8. Where We Stood (03:46)

UK tech-deathcore brutalisers Osiah will release their debut album ‘Terror Firma’ on June 26th via Siege Music.

Festival News

The second round of bands for The Fest and Pre-Fest have been announced and sees a whole host of acts joining the Florida punk mayhem.

Most notably The Ergs will be reforming whilst Dillinger Four, BoysetsFire, Lemuria, Slingshot Dakota, Dowsing, PUP, Iron Chic, Frameworks, Such Gold, and The Winter Passing are just some of the new names announced.

The full list of additions:

Dillinger Four, The Ergs! (reunion), Boysetsfire, F.Y.P (Final Show), Lemuria, Masked Intruder, Mean Jeans, Big D and the Kids Table, Torche, Tenement, Cheap Girls, Elway, RADON, Save Ends, Slingshot Dakota, Dowsing, Gunmoll (reunion),Timeshares, Somos, Free Throw, Broadway Calls, ‘Pink Razors (reunion), Vacation, PUP, RVIVR, The Copyrights, Iron Chic, Twelve Hour Turn (reunion), Sundials, Chris Cresswell, Erica Freas (RVIVR), Microwave, Wet Nurse,Signals Midwest, Meridian, Steve Adamyk Band, Post Teens, Antarctigo Vespucci, Frameworks, Digger (reunion),Tired from Now On (reunion), Lifted Bells, Broadcaster, Hospital Job, Such Gold, Pretty Boy Thorson and the Fallen Angles (final show), Hold Tight! (Final Show), Aspiga, (FR), Dan Webb & the Spiders, Empty Vessels, Dog and Wolf, Boardroom Heroes, Recreational Drugs, Remainders, Nervous Triggers, World’s Scariest Police Chases, FUTURO (BR), Hodera, Billy Liar (UK), Traverse (FR), Not Half Bad, Awkward Age, Cicada Radio, Long Knives, Late Bloomer, Bodyfather, Alright, Mean Girls, Cement Matters (UK), TENS, Campaign, Adult Dude, Woozy, Veery, King Friday, Sleeptalker, Amygdala, Dryjacket, The Obsessives, Resonants, You Vandal, ROBES, Ratboys, Dead Tropics, The Otis Wolves, Brightr (UK), Jeff Shepherd, Jon Creeden and the Flying Hellfish, STUPID DAIKINI, What Gives, Russian Girlfriends, Lauris Vidal, Kid Not You, New Junk City, Pictures of Vernon, Boyfriend Material, Better Now, Old Vices, The Swindlin’ Hearts, Insignificant Other, Flat Stanley, Island of Misfit Toys, La Peche, Ian Graham (Cheap Girls), House of Llightning, Ceramic Cats, Nightmares for a Week, Katie Ellen, Wolf-face, Whiskey & Co., Teen Agers, Hiccup, Divorce, Roger Harvey, Heat Rash, SODA, Amanda X, Widow and Children, Army Of Ponch, Thunderclap, Family Friend, I Came From Earth, Museum Mouth, Divided Heaven (Full Band), Totally Slow, Mac Sabbath, FLOOR, Creepoid, Direct Hit, Success, Somnia, Salvatore Fiteni, Sports, Irish Handcuffs, Andrew Paley, City Mouse, Protagonist, Bad Cop/Bad Cop, Blacklist Royals, The Handsome Scoundrels, Pkew Pkew Pkew, Ornaments, The Decline, Coffee Project, Laura Palmer, UV-TV, The Duppies, Night Witch, Dredger, The Winter Passing, No More, Lonesome Town Drifters, Alaska, Youth in Bloom, Sunshine State, The Gunshy, Bobby’s Oar , Sonic Avenues, Brian McGee, Young and Heartless, Get Dead, Mannequin Pussy, Stressface, Assholeparade, DOC (FR), Die Choking, Hot Knife, Chris Stowe, Walter Etc., and Almost People.


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