In Case You Missed It (17/07/2016)

In Case You Missed It (17/07/2016)

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
Brand New – 3 Demos, Reworked
Year Of Glad – I Don’t Know Where I Am Either
Safe Side – Blossom EP
Cane Hill – Smile
Yeesh – Confirmation Bias

Songs
Deaf Havana – Sing
Young Guns – Mad World
Descendents – Without Love
The Bouncing Souls – Writing on the Wall
Lonely The Brave – Place Isn’t Lost
Red Fang – Flies
Norma Jean – Synthetic Sun
Owen – A Burning Soul
Crown The Empire – Weight of the World
Hellions – Thresher
Casey – Ceremony
Skinny Lister – Wanted
TesseracT – Survival
Black Crown Initiate – Vicious Lives
Fallen to Flux – Drifting
SKIES – Hold On
Our Nameless Body / Faux – Degausser (Brand New Cover)
Calling Apollo – Obelisk
Lumer – Blunder
Sianvar – Psychosis Succumbing
HalfNoise – In The Summer
Thumbuster – Wendy House

New Videos

Beartooth – Hated
Good Charlotte – Life Can’t Get Much Better
Twin Atlantic – No Sleep
Parkway Drive – Devil’s Calling
I Prevail – Scars
Crown The Empire – Hologram
The Amity Affliction – This Could Be Heartbreak
This Wild Life – Pull Me Out
Motionless In White – 570
Rob Lynch – Prove It!
Night Verses – A Dialogue In Cataplexy
Doe – Sincere
Trade Wind – I Hope I Don’t Wake Up
Natives – Stop the Rain
Wakrat – Generation Fucked
Safe To Say – Only Rain
Can’t Swim – Come Home
Catch Fire – Wild Things (Alessia Cara Cover)
Eat Me – Melon Enema
Breathe In The Silence – Hold My Heart
Kamikaze Girls – Stitches
Periphery – Marigold
Despised Icon – Bad Vibes
Sinsaenum – Splendor and Agony
Zebrahead – Who Brings a Knife to a Gunfight
Beware of Darkness – Dope
Tyson Motsenbocker – In Your Name
Year Of Glad – Grass
Islander – Think It Over (feat. HR of Bad Brains)
Area 11 – The Contract
Brightlight City – Thieves
The Holiday – I Try
ThisCityIsOurs – Dry Your Eyes
Fire From The Gods – Excuse Me
Big Jesus – SP
My Only – No World Without You
Syren City – 10,000 Knives
Sneeze – Movie Sex
Knocked Loose – Deadringer
Alteras – Could Ever Love
The 69 Eyes – Miss Pastis
Vanity Draws Blood – Anxiety Ft. CJ Mcmahon
Jupiter Way – Trouble Is Mine
Homecomings – Fix Me
Roots Like Mountains – Dead Man
Sewage Farm – Drive
Set On End – Dark Beyond

Tour News

Every Time I Die will return to the UK later this year. They’re going to be bringing ‘68 and Drug Church along with them.

December
8th Chinnerys, Southend
9th Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
10th Brooklyn Bowl, London
11th The Haunt, Brighton
12th The Globe, Cardiff
14th The Venue, Derby
15th Vintage Bar, Doncaster
16th Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
17th Gorilla, Manchester
18th King Tuts, Glasgow
19th Riverside, Newcastle
20th The Parish, Huddersfield

Bury Tomorrow and Stick To Your Guns will support Architects on their UK tour later this year.

November
Fri 11 O2 Institute, Birmingham
Sat 12 Academy, Manchester
Sun 13 O2 ABC, Glasgow
Tue 15 Rock City, Nottingham
Thu 17 O2 Academy, Bristol
Fri 18 O2 Academy Brixton, London

The support for Billy Talent’s Autumn UK tour will be Young Guns and Say Yes.

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

Following a 12-month absence, Feed The Rhino will play a short run of intimate shows in September.

September
20 Exchange, Bristol
21 Boston Music Rooms, London
22 Joiners, Southampton
24 Sound Control, Manchester
25 Underground Festival, Gloucester

Moose Blood will be doing several in-store signings and performances to promote the release of ‘Blush’ on August 5th.

August
05 HMV Oxford Street, London (6pm)
07 HMV, Canterbury (2pm)
08 Fopp, Oxford (12.30pm)
08 HMV, Birmingham (5.30pm)
10 HMV, Manchester (5.30pm)

Iowa’s For Today will play their final UK show at The Underworld, London on October 27th. Tickets can be purchased here.

Being As An Ocean will be touring the UK with Burning Down Alaska, Capsize and Casey in November.

November
07 The Social, Southampton
08 Key Club, Leeds
09 Rainbow, Birmingham
10 G2, Glasgow
11 Sound Control, Manchester
12 The Dome, London

Red Fang will tour the UK in the Autumn. Support comes from Torche and God Damn.

September
26 Brighton, Concorde 2
27 London, Koko
28 Bristol, Bierkeller
29 Leeds, Leeds Stylus
30 Manchester, Manchester Academy 2
October
2 Birmingham, Institute2
3 Glasgow, Garage
4 Newcastle, Riverside
5 Southampton, Engine Rooms

SWMRS have announced a full UK headline tour, which will follow the bands debut appearance at this years Reading and Leeds festival.

August
Fri 26 The Pit, Reading Festival
Sat 27 The Pit, Leeds Festival
Mon 29 The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
Tue 30 Broadcast, Glasgow
Wed 31 Electric Circus, Edinburgh
September
Thu 01 Deaf Institute, Manchester
Fri 02 Studio 2, Liverpool
Sat 03 Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
Mon 05 Bodega, Nottingham
Tue 06 The Joiners, Southampton
Wed 07 Thekla, Bristol
Thu 08 Garage, London

Devil You Know will embark on an extensive headlining UK tour in January 2017. Support comes from The Westfield Massacre, Wearing Scars, and Brutai.

January
10th Crauford Arms, Milton Keynes
11th Waterfront Studio, Norwich
12th Fibbers, York
13th O2 Institute 2, Birmingham
14th Sound Control, Manchester
15th The Live Rooms, Chester
17th G2, Glasgow
18th The Cluny, Newcastle
19th Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
20th Corporation, Sheffield
21st Underworld, London
23rd The Scene, Swansea
24th The Fleece, Bristol
25th Engine Rooms, Southampton

Rising UK rockers MassMatiks have been announced as main support to Don Broco as part of their upcoming ‘Priorities’/‘Automatic’ tour of the UK.

July
24/25 Gorilla, Manchester (sold out)
26/27 Oran Mor, Glasgow
29/30 Riverside, Newcastle
31/01 Institute, Birmingham
August
03/04 Key Club, Leeds (sold out)
05/06 Esquires, Bedford (sold out)
08/09 Islington Academy, London (sold out)
10/11 Engine Rooms, Southampton
13/14 Open, Norwich
15/16 Marble Factory, Bristol

Arms & Hearts will be touring the UK later this month with Stray Weather.

July
28 Verve Bar, Leeds *
29 The Black Swann, York *
30 The University Arms, Sheffield *
31 Central Bar, Gateshead *
August
01 Apotheca, Manchester *
03 Queen Street Brewhouse, Colchester
04 The Four Horsemen, Bournemouth
05 The Lord Combermere, Audlem
06 The Station House, Annan

The Decline has added dates in London and Kingston to their forthcoming UK tour.

July
29 Exchange, Bristol
30 Maguire’s Pizza, Liverpool
31 Nice And Sleazy, Glasgow
01 The Fighting Cocks, Kington*
August
02 Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
03 Edge Of The Wedge, Portsmouth
04 Retro Bar, Manchester
05 Veg Bar, London*
* No Fair Do’s

In The News

South Wales quintet Casey has announced their debut LP will be called ‘Love Is Not Enough’, and will be released on 23rd September via Hassle Records.

1. Bloom
2. Little Bird
3. Darling
4. Sleep
5. Happy
6. Haze
7. Passion Flowers
8. Ceremony
9. Cavities
10. Doubt
11. Mourning

This Wild Life will return on September 9th with a new album called ‘Low Tides’.

1. Hit the Reset
2. Pull Me Out
3. Break Down
4. Let Go (Feat. Maya Tuttle)
5. Just Yesterday
6. Fade
7. Falling Down
8. Red Room
9. Change My Sheets
10. Brick Wall

Although they only released their debut full-length, ‘The Things We Do to Find People Who Feel Like Us’, last year, Beach Slang​ have confirmed details of their second album. ‘A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings’ will be released September 23rd via Polyvinyl.

01 Future Mixtape for the Art Kids
02 Atom Bomb
03 Spin the Dial
04 Art Damage
05 Hot Tramps
06 Punks in a Disco Bar
07 Wasted Daze 0f Youth
08 Young Hearts
09 The Perfect High
10 Warpaint

Welsh post-hardcore quintet Breathe In The Silence will be releasing their brand new EP, ‘Hold My Heart’ on 2nd September via Crooked Noise Records.

Skinny Lister will return on September 30th when their third studio album ‘The Devil, The Heart & The Fight’ is released through Xtra Mile Recordings.

1. Wanted
2. Geordie Lad
3. Tragedy In A Minor
4. Devil In Me
5. Injuries
6. Reunion
7. Beat It From The Chest
8. Hamburg Drunk
9. Grace
10. Charlie
11. Fair Winds & Following Seas
12. Carry

Austin, TX quintet Fire From The Gods will release their Rise Records debut, ‘Narrative’, on August 26th.

01. Public Enemy
02. End Transmission
03. Excuse Me
04. Composition
05. Evolve
06. Pretenders
07. Diversion
08. In Spite Of Doubt
09. Lifeline
10. Into The Blue

Trade Wind will release their debut album ‘You Make Everything Disappear’ via End Hits Records on 7th October. The band includes members of Stick To Your Guns, Stray From The Path and Structures.

1. I Hope I Don’t Wake Up
2. Lowest Form
3. Tatiana (I Miss You So Much)
4. Radio Songs
5. Grey Light
6. Rare
7. Untitled
8. Je t’aimerais Toujours

Red Fang will return on October 14th with the release of ‘Only Ghosts’ through Relapse Records.

1. Flies
2. Cut It Short
3. Flames
4. No Air
5. Shadows
6. Not For You
7. The Smell of the Sound
8. The Deep
9. I Am a Ghost
10. Living in Lye

Kamikaze Girls will release their forthcoming EP, ‘Sad’, on September 2nd via Bearded Punk (UK) and Wiretap Records (US).

Demon In Me have joined Standby Records. A debut LP is expected to be released in September.

Welsh melodic rock quintet Calling Apollo have revealed details of their forthcoming EP ‘The Great Depression: Act I’. It will be released through Signal & The Noise Records on August 19th.

1. Light The Way
2. Clone City
3. Obelisk
4. The Wars
5. Act I: House of Cards
6. … and The High Plateau

UK trio RavenEye are set to release their first album, ‘NOVA’ on September 23rd via their new label, Frontiers Music Srl.

1. Wanna Feel You
2. Come With Me
3. Inside
4. Hero
5. Supernova
6. Walls
7. Oh My Love
8. Madeline
9. Hate
10. Out Of The Rain
11. Eternity

Kentucky hardcore band Knocked Loose will release their debut, full-length album titled ‘Laugh Tracks’ on 16th September via Pure Noise Records.

1. Oblivions Peak
2. Deadringer
3. The Rain
4. Blood Will Have Blood
5. Counting Worms
6. My Heroes
7. Billy No Mates
8. Last Words
9. No Thanks
10. A Fetish
11. Laugh Tracks

Sheffield trio Thumbuster will release their new album, ‘NO​:​P’, next week through Delicious Clam Records.

1. No Problem
2. Skinny Dip
3. Home Ec (food tech)
4. Wendy House
5. “This Heat”
6. Windbreaker
7. gel
8. Ricochet Cage
9. Out Of Sync & Chanting
10. Croggie

Festival News

The line-up for Reading Festival and Leeds Festival’s ‘Alternative Stage’ has been revealed and sees the likes of Russell Howard, Bill Bailey, Marcus Brigstocke, Katherine Ryan, Russell Kane and Lee Nelson set to perform across both sites.

Butserfest has revealed its Acoustic Shack stage line-up:

Young Guns
Moose Blood
As It Is
Area 11
Casey
Ashestoangels
The Gospel Youth

Butserfest ticket holders wishing to get into these backstage sets can only gain entry by winning a pair of Acoustic Shack wristbands, by entering competitions run by the bands online during July and August.

The latest names Southampton’s WTFest sees Muncie Girls, Ben Marwood, Brawlers, Myelin, and Faux joining the bill. The event will take place over the weekend of the 14th – 16th of October at The Joiners, Talking Heads, Planet Sounds, and other venues in Southampton. Tickets can be purchased here.