In Case You Missed It (17/12/2017)

In Case You Missed It (17/12/2017)

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

The Maine – …and to All a Good Night EP
Mutant League Records – Signs Of Life – Compilation Vol. 2
Sanderlings – Lizard’s Mouth Feeling

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Songs

American Nightmare – The World Is Blue
Turnstile – Generator
Brian Fallon – If Your Prayers Don’t Get To Heaven
Hit The Lights – Siberian Itch
Ministry – Antifa
Lizzy Farrall – Hollow Friends
Speak Low If You Speak Love – Contrasting Colors
Forever Came Calling – Kansas City (ft Nick Thompson of Hit The Lights)
The Spook School – Someone To Spend Christmas With
Runaway Brother – Paws
Hussey – Stateside
Cadet Carter – Loose End
Typhoon – Darker
Deadly Circus Fire – Ghost
The Major Minor – Mercy (Shawn Mendes cover)
Arms Akimbo – Velleity
The Spitfires – Take Action
Arising From – What You Carried Out
Barren Womb – Crook Look

New Videos


Marmozets – Major System Error
Tonight Alive – Crack My Heart
Waterparks – Lucky People
Rolo Tomassi – Balancing The Dark
Story of the Year – Bang Bang
Frank Turner – I Am Disappeared (Show 2000 Documentary Footage)
Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly. – DNA
Boy Jumps Ship – All Alone on Christmas
DIVIDE – Last Words
Our Last Night – Ghost In The Machine
Sun Arcana – Oxygen
Winchester – Life Begins
Hey Gigantic – Passenger
Versive – Blind
The Glorious Sons – Everything Is Alright
Varvara – Identical
Deadly Circus Fire – Ghost
Good Boy – 1972 VW Superbug
Oceans of Slumber – The Decay Of Disregard
Watain – Sacred Damnation
Kreator – Hail To The Hordes
Savage Messiah – Eat Your Heart Out
Ursus – Hallowed Shakes
Dude Trips – Bleak
RIVALS – Moonlit
Silence The Radio – Sad Love Story
We’re No Gentlemen – Night
Stand Alone – Save You

Tour News

While She Sleeps has added Counterfeit and Blood Youth to their short headline run in February.

February
05 o2 Academy, Bristol
06 o2 Institute, Birmingham
08 o2 ABC, Glasgow
10 o2 Ritz, Manchester

The Bronx have added four dates to their visit to the UK next month. It’ll see them performing their latest album, ‘Bronx V’, in full.

January
14th The Black Heart, London (FREE)
16th Key Club, Leeds
17th Mama Roux, Birmingham
18th Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
19th Fighting Cocks, Kingston

Deez Nuts, Trash Talk, Capsize, Brutality Will Prevail and Boundaries will be coming together in March for a short run of UK shows.

March
25 The Underworld, London
26 Rebellion, Manchester
27 Mama Roux’s, Birmingham

Feed The Rhino will be joined by Bad Sign, HCBP and COVE on their forthcoming UK tour.

February
20 The Exchange, Bristol
21 The Cavern, Exeter
22 The Joiners, Southampton
23 The Underworld, London
24 Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
27 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
28 Think Tank, Newcastle
March
01 G2, Glasgow
02 Rebellion, Manchester
03 The Flapper, Birmingham

Turnover will return for a one-off UK show at Koko in London on May 24th.

HALFNOISE aka Paramore’s Zac Farro will play a one-off UK show at The Borderline in London on January 25th.

The World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die will return to the UK in March for a headline tour in support of their latest record – ‘Always Foreign’.

March
5th Asylum, Birmingham
6th Brudenell Community Room, Leeds
7th Rebellion, Manchester
8th Classic Grand, Glasgow
10th Uni, Newcastle
11th Thekla, Bristol
12th The Haunt, Brighton
13th Garage, London

WSTR have been added to As It Is’ UK headline tour in March. As previously announced, they’ll be joined by Like Pacific and Grayscale.

March
09 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
10 Academy 2, Manchester
11 Garage, Glasgow
13 O2 Institute 2, Birmingham
15 The Globe, Cardiff
16 Koko, London

Due to illness, Dinosaur Jr. have rescheduled shows Manchester and London for March 2018.

March
23 Roundhouse, London
24 Albert Hall, Manchester

Japanese wolf collective Man With A Mission have announced a one-off headline show for Friday February 23rd. It’ll take place at The Dome in London.

Canadian rockers The Glorious Sons have announced a short run of UK headline shows.

March
05 Boston Music Room, London
06 Deaf Institute, Manchester
07 King Tuts, Glasgow

Fangclub have postponed their UK headline tour as they have been confirmed as support for The Cribs’ tour next month. Yonaka will also be part of the tour.

January
13th Concorde 2, Brighton
15th Academy 1, Oxford
16th Tramshed, Cardiff
18th Keele University, Keele
19th Guildhall, Preston
20th Foundry, Sheffield
22nd Queens Hall, Edinburgh
23rd Fat Sams, Dundee
25th Empire, Middlesbrough
26th Hull University, Hull

Recent UNFD signees Dream State will be going out on a UK headline tour in February. The South Wales quintet will be joined by Chapter and Verse.

February
08 Boileroom, Guilford

09 Cafe Indiependent, Scunthorpe
10 Cellar, Oxford

11 Asylum 2, Birmingham
12 Exchange, Bristol

14 Star & Garter, Manchester
15 Sugarmill, Stoke
16 Met Lounge, Peterborough
18 Adelphi, Hull

19 Basement, York
23 Hairy Dog, Derby
25 Forum, Tunbridge Wells
29 Assembly, London

All Hail The Yeti have been confirmed as support for 36 Crazyfists’ UK/EU tour next month.

January
18th Cathouse, Glasgow
19th O2 Academy 3, Manchester
20th O2 Academy 2, Birmingham
21st O2 Islington Academy, London

Butcher Babies will return to the UK for a headline tour in February and March.

February
20th Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
21st Thekla, Bristol
22nd Live Rooms, Chester
23rd Asylum, Birmingham
24th Riverside, Newcastle
25th G2, Glasgow

27th Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
28th Waterfront, Norwich
March
01st Joiners, Southampton
02nd Corporation, Sheffield
03rd Rebellion, Manchester
04th The Dome, London

London progressive metallers Deadly Circus Fire will be going out on a headline tour in February.

February
09th Cobblestones, Bridgewater
10th The Vault, Leicester
11th Satans Hollow, Manchester
12th Garage Attic, Glasgow
13th Opium, Edinburgh
14th Jumpin’ Jacks, Newcastle
15th Subside, Birmingham
16th The Lounge, London
17th The Junction, Ashford

In The News

Dream Theater they have signed with Sony Music worldwide, through Sony’s leading progressive music label imprint InsideOutMusic, for the release of the band’s forthcoming 14th studio album.

Boston hardcore band American Nightmare will release a self-titled album on February 16th via Rise Records.

1. The World Is Blue
2. Flowers Under Siege
3. American Death
4. War
5. Gloom Forever
6. Lower Than Life
7. Colder Than Death
8. Dream
9. Crisis Of Faith

Anthrax’s new release, ‘Kings Among Scotland’ on April 27th 2018. It will include the band’s entire live show along with interviews, behind-the-scenes footage and other B-roll shot on the band’s tour bus, backstage, in hotels and elsewhere. The DVD will also include a “gear rundown” from each of the band members.

Turnstile have revealed details of their new album. ‘Time & Space’ is released on February 23rd through Roadrunner Records.

1. Real Thing
2. Big Smile
3. Generator
4. Bomb
5. I Don’t Wanna be Blind
6. High Pressure
7. (Lost Another) Piece Of My World
8. Can’t Get Away
9. Moon
10. Come Back For More / H.O.Y.
11. Right To Be
12. Disco
13. Time + Space

Chicago quartet Homesafe​ have joined Pure Noise Records​. Their debut LP is expected to be released in the spring/summer of 2018.

Hassle Records have announced they have signed New Haven, Connecticut post-rock four-piece Wess Meets West. A new album is due out in 2018.

Monster Magnet’s 11th record, ‘Mindfucker’, is set to be released on March 23rd on Napalm Records.

1. Rocket Freak
2. Soul
3. Mindfucker
4. I’m God
5. Drowning
6. Ejection
7. Want Some
8. Brainwashed
9. All Day Midnight
10. When The Hammer Comes Down

SideOneDummy have welcomed Philadelphia indie-pop artist Zoe Reynold aka Kississippi. A debut album is expected to be released in the spring.

Asbury Park, NJ indie rockers Toy Cars are set to self-release their new album, ‘Paint Brain’, on January 12th.

1. Paint Brain
2. Cold
3. Cobwebs
4. Truth Be Told
5. Leaving A/B
6. Iron Me Out
7. Track 7
8. Swim
9. Erie
10. Jimmy & Quinn
11. Tread
12. Sarah 1908

Cleveland quartet Runaway Brother have revealed details of their new album. ‘New Pocket’ will be released through Tiny Engines on February 16th.

1. Apply Care Directly
2. Conscience In Tumult
3. Paws
4. Canopy Eyes
5. Bully
6. No Fuzz
7. Cats In The Sun
8. Kissing
9. Pillow
10. Obscured By Light
11. All Saints Day
12. Stolen

Finnish rockers Varvara will return in 2018 with a new album called ‘GO’. Further details are expected soon.

Spanish instrumentalists Toundra have announced they are to begin work on their fifth studio album. Although it’s currently untitled, they have set a release date of April 27th, 2018 via InsideOut/Century Media.

North West quartet Leatherneck have announced they will be relaunching under a new name, cutting all ties related to Leatherneck.

New UK rockers Winchester have set a release date of February 9th for their debut album – ‘Life Begins At These Dead Ends’.

1. Life Begins
2. Diamond
3. Animal
4. Safe In Sound
5. At These
6. Problem
7. Line Up
8. Set Me Apart
9. Dead Ends

Uncle M have welcomed Munich emo rockers Cadet Carter. A self-titled album will be released on January 26th.

Brutal Danish metallers Cabal have signed with Long Branch Records.

Festival News

The second round of bands for next year’s Slam Dunk Festival includes Good Charlotte (co-headliner) PVRIS, Creeper and Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes. The other new names announced this wee are Thursday, Every Time I Die, Knuckle Puck, Real Friends and Crown The Empire.

The Acacia Strain (EU exclusive), The Contortionist and Japanese tech-metallers Cyclamen are amongst the first names to be announced for UK Tech-Fest 2018.

The other names announced this week are: Amogh Symphony, Vola, DVSR (EU exclusive debut), Jinjer, Voyager, Tides From Nebula, Crystal Lake, Bloodshot Dawn, Rishabh Seen (EU exclusive debut), The Surrealist, Damned Spring Fragrantia, Schiermann, Siamese, Stömb, Leeched And You Win Again Gravity.

It will take place at Newark Showground from July 5th to 8th 2018.