In Case You Missed It (17/01/2016)

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

Campfires – Campfires EP
One Days Notice – Blackout
Garrett Klahn – Garrett Klahn
Waterparks – Cluster EP
Like Torches – Shelter

Blood Youth – Closure
Pretend Happy – Hellp
Creeper – Black Mass
Words Like Daggers – Under The Gun
God’s Hate – Mass Murder
Explosions in the Sky – Disintegration Anxiety
The Pooches – Heart Attack
Textures – Illuminate The Trail
Oranssi Pazuzu – Hypnotisoitu Viharukous
Wolf Down – True Deceivers
SAUROPOD – Sunny Day
Everyone Leaves – Seasonal Affective
Mogwai – U-235
Black Tusk – Desolation Of Endless Times
HECK – Good As Dead
Into It. Over It. – No EQ
Laaving – Taboo
Big Ups – National Parks
Slingshot Dakota – Paycheck
Catch Fire – Introspective Pt. I
Reigning Days – Renegade
Pulled Apart By Horses – Ziggy Stardust
Soulfly – Titans
Roam – Bloodline
Loner Chic – Be A Burnout

New Videos

Tonight Alive – Limitless
Jule Vera – Scarlet Letter
Enter Shikari – Redshift
Normandie – Believe
The Nightmare Police – Eighteen
Highlives – Wake Me Up
Somos – Thorn In The Side
Sundressed – Beck and Call
Ashestoangels – Find Hell
Plague Vendor – Jezebel
Splitting the Sky – Myriad Cipher
Young and Heartless – Fevers
Set It Off – Duality
Basement – Aquasun
Milk Teeth – Brain Food
Movements – Kept
Day Old Hate – First Light
Glass Houses – Eyes & Heart
THE 69 EYES – Jet Fighter Plane
SayWeCanFly – Driftwood Heart
Broadside – A Light in the Dark
Fearless Vampire Killers – Regret
Like Pacific – Distant
Weezer – King of the World
Rise Against – People Live Here
Yashin – The Renegades

Tour News

Weezer will play two UK shows in support of their new album.

03 Academy 1, Manchester
05 O2 Brixton, London

Crooks (UK) have confirmed their first UK headline tour. Support comes from Solemn Sun, Milestones, and Omaha.

02 Asylum 2, Brimingham*
03 Fuel Club, Cardiff
04 The Garage, London
05 The Mash House, Edinburgh*
06 Deaf Institute, Manchester*
* with Milestones

UK melodic metalcore outfit High Hopes have confirmed a run of UK dates alongside Pay No Respect.

13 O’Rileys, Hull
14 The Central, Newcastle
15 Buskers, Dundee
16 Opium, Edinburgh
17 All That Could Have Been, York
18 The Underground, Stoke

Trivium have announced a string of UK headline shows.

Sun 20th UEA, Norwich
Mon 21st Corn Exchange, Ipswich
Tue 22nd Pyramids, Portsmouth
Wed 23rd O2 Academy, Bristol
Fri 25th O2 Academy, Oxford
Sat 26th Engine Shed, Lincoln
Sun 27th O2 Academy, Leicester
Tue 29th Barbican, York
Wed 30th Empire, Middlesbrough
Thu 31st Grand Hall, Kilmarnock
Fri 1st Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen

Glasgow instrumental group Vasa have revealed a run of UK shows with Sheffield prog-math outfit Body Hound.

30th Gullivers, Manchester
31st The Islington, London
01st The Hope, Brighton
02nd The Stag and Hounds, Bristol
03rd Wharf Chambers, Leeds (StrangeForms Festival)

Big Ups will support the release of ‘Before A Million Universes’ with a run of UK dates.

28 Broadcast, Glasgow
29 Gullivers, Manchester
30 The Lexington, London
31 Headrow House, Leeds
01 Louisiana, Bristol
02 Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham

Weatherstate will follow up the release of their new EP, ‘Dumbstruck’, with a UK tour featuring South London four-piece Wallflower.

11 The Exchange, Bristol
12 The Black Heart, London
13 Santiago, Leeds
14 The Hop, Sheffield
17 Rewind, Wrexham
18 The Flapper, Birmingham
19 Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton

Roam will be making various in-store appearances to coincide with the release of their debut album, ‘Backbone’, on January 22nd through Hopeless Records.

Wed 20th 7pm Banquet Records, Kingston, Acoustic & Signing In-store (All ages)
Wed 20th 11pm Bacchus, Kingston, New Noise Clubnight Show (18+)
Fri 22nd 5pm HMV Liverpool, Acoustic & Signing In-store (All ages)
Sat 23rd 12pm HMV Brighton, Acoustic & Signing In-store (All ages)
Sat 23rd 5pm Pebble Eastbourne, Acoustic & Signing In-store (All ages)
Sat 23rd 7pm Printers Playhouse, Eastbourne, release show (SOLD OUT)

Nottingham’s Catch Fire will support the release of their debut EP, , with a short tour alongside Coast To Coast.

05 Intake, Mansfield
06 House Show, Birmingham
07 Riverside, Sheffield

In The News

Iron Chic confirmed former guitarist Robert Mcallister has passed away. A memorial fund to assist his partner Marisa and daughter Ramona has been launched and can be found here. Our thoughts are with his family, friends and fans.

"It is with the heaviest of hearts and deepest regrets that we must say goodbye to a dear friend. Although we had recently parted ways it makes the reality no easier to bear. Every wild ride must come to an end so rest in peace Robert Mcallister and give our regards to Lemmy. We’ll miss you always.”

Throughout their forthcoming UK tour, Cancer Bats frontman Liam Cormier will be raising money for the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation. On January 22nd at the O2 Academy 2 in Birmingham, Cormier will shave his head in support of the cause. Further info can be found here.

Avenged Sevenfold have exercised their right under California law to leave their labelWarner Bros. Records. The band are utilising the “seven year rule” of the California Labor Code which allows artists the ability to leave personal service contracts under certain circumstances after seven years have passed. However Warner Bros. Records has filed a breach-of-contract suit. The label claims that they’ve invested money in the band’s future, as well as financing a live CD/DVD, so the band’s opt out is unfair and breaches good-faith and fair dealings. In good news, Avenged Sevenfold are currently writing a new album and hope to have it released by the end of 2016.

Explosions in the Sky will release their new album, ‘The Wilderness’, on April 1st via Temporary Residence Ltd.

1. Wilderness
2. The Ecstatics
3. Tangle Formations
4. Logic of a Dream
5. Disintegration Anxiety
6. Losing the Light
7. Infinite Orbit
8. Colors in Space
9. Landing Cliffs

Mogwai have revealed their new album will be titled ‘Atomic’ and will be released on April 1st via Rock Action.

1. Ether
3. Bitterness Centrifuge
4. U-235
5. Pripyat
6. Weak Force
7. Little Boy
8. Are You A Dancer?
9. Tzar
10. Fat Man

Weezer will release ‘Weezer’ (“The White Album”) on April 1st.

1. California Kids
2. Wind in Our Sail
3. Thank God for Girls
4. (Girl We Got A) Good Thing
5. Do You Wanna Get High?
6. King of the World
7. Summer Elaine and Drunk Dori
8. L.A. Girlz
9. Jacked Up
10. Endless Bummer

Blood Youth have revealed their sophomore EP, ‘Closure’ will be released on March 11th on Rude Records.

1. Breathe
2. 24/7
3. Mood Swing
4. Closure

Black Stone Cherry will play an intimate show at London’s The Borderline on 24th January in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust.

Des Moines, IA alternative/post-hardcore five piece Words Like Daggers have signed with Third String Records and will release their debut full-length, ‘Perfect Weather,’ on March 18th.

HECK are set to release their debut album, ‘Instructions’ on March 11th through NPAG Industries.

1. Good As Dead
2. Mope
3. A Great Idea Bastardised
4. The Great Hardcore Swindle
5. Fastback
6. Don’t Touch That Dial
7. The Breakers
8. Totem
9. White Devil
10. (i) See The Old Lady Decently (ii) Buried Although (iii) Amongst Those Left Are You

Glasgow indie-pop band The Pooches have joined Lame-O Records. Their new EP, ‘Heart Attack’ will be co-released with Gnar Tapes>B on Janaury 29th.

1. Heart Attack
2. Crabhammer
3. Pierre
4. Rhythm Of The Rain

German hardcore crew Wolf Down are set to release their latest album, ‘Incite & Conspire’ on 26th February in the UK via End Hit Records.

1. Barricade Fever
2. Against The Grain
3. Protect / Preserve
4. Invisible War
5. Flames of Discontent
6. At Daggers Drawn
7. Incite
8. Conspire (feat. Jesse Barnett of Stick To Your Guns)
9. True Deceivers
10. Torch of Reason
11. The Fortress

Kevin Devine will be releasing a live album titled ‘Live at St Pancras Old Church’ through Big Scary Monsters Records on 19th February. It will feature 13 songs, plus a digital download card with an extra 17 bonus tracks.

Side A:
01. You’ll Only End Up Joining Them
02. Brooklyn Boy
03. Write Your Story Now
04. No Time Flat
05. Every Famous Last Word
06. Not Over You Yet
07. Ballgame
Side B:
08. Between The Concrete And Clouds
09. I Used To Be Someone
10. Redbird
11. Little Bulldozer
12. Carnival
13. Brother’s Bloo
Digital bonus tracks:
14. Just Stay
15. Me And My Friends
16. Letting A Good One Go
17. Protest Singer
18. Yr Damned Old Dad
19. Cotton Crush
20. Tapdance
21. You’re My Incentive
22. Off Screen
23. Private First Class
24. Bubblegum
25. Now Navigate
26. It Never Stops
27. Gießen
28. Another Bag Of Bones

29. She Stayed As Steam
30. All Of Everything Erased

Into It. Over It. has confirmed their new album, ‘Standards’ will be released on March 11th via Triple Crown Records.

Los Angeles punk quartet Plague Vendor will return on March 25th with the release of ‘Bloodsweat’ via Epitaph Records.

1. Anchor to Ankles
2. Jezebel
3. Ox Blood
4. Credentials
6. Chopper
7. No Bounty
8. Saturday Night Shakes
9. Fire to Emotion
10. Giving In, Given Out
11. Got It Bad

Big Ups have detailed their new album – ‘Before A Million Universes’. It is set for release on March 4th.

1. Contain Myself
2. Capitalized
3. Posture
4. Feathers of Yes
5. Meet Where We Are
6. Negative (Intro)
7. Negative
8. Hope for Someone
9. Knight
10. National Parks
11. So Much You
12. Proximity Effect
13. Yawp

Bethlehem, PA indie rockers Slingshot Dakota’s new LP will be titled ‘Break’ and will be released on March 11th via Topshelf Records.

1. You
2. Monocacy
3. Lewlyweds
4. Stay
5. Doreen
6. Paycheck
7. Too Much
8. Storytellers
9. Break

Indie/punk quartet Young and Heartless have set a release date of March 25th for their new album – ‘Stay Away’>I. The album will be released through Hopeless Records.

1. Fevers
2. Noisecreep
3. Stay Away
4. Bad Brain
5. Misery on Misery
6. Fall
7. Nightwalking
8. Punch Drunk (LOA)
9. Heaven Nights
10. The Blinds
11. Strange Lows
12. Kids

Orange County, CA quartet Movements are set to release their debut EP, ‘Outgrown Things’ through Fearless Records on March 11th.

North Dakota based Glass Houses have signed with InVogue Records. The band is hitting the studio with Josh Schroeder (The Plot In You, The Color Morale, Still Remains) to record their debut full length album which is due out this Autumn.

Festival News

Not-for-profit London festival Might As Well Fest has announced the first set of bands for its second edition. It has also been extended to two days. The line-up includes Giants, Darko, City Light Thief, Strange Planes and Larrakia. Tickets can be purchased here.

Warm up show
Lineup TBA – 7-10pm

Headliner TBA
City Light Thief
Strange Planes
1pm Doors, P-Rock DJs til 3am


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