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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Beach Slang – A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings
Young Guns – Echoes
Mixed Tape Sains – Bright Lights Burned Out EP
Knocked Loose – Laugh Tracks
Toy Cars – Sleeping Patterns EP
Triathalon – Cold Shower
Taking Back Sunday – Death Wolf
Boston Manor – Fossa
Joyce Manor – Last You Heard of Me
Being As An Ocean – Ok
Tall Ships – Meditations On Loss
Tigercub – Omen
Crying – Revive
Furr – Padlocks
Newmoon – Helium
Rain – Lethargy
Muncie Girls – Five Miles (Demo)
Big Jesus – Oneirica
Attila – Public Apology
Twin Wild – Willow Tree
October Drift – Cinnamon Girl
Gallery Circus – Club House Killer
Prides – Are You Ready
Non Canon – Splinter Of The Mind’s Eye
Crippled Black Phoenix – No Fun
Green Day – Bang Bang
Lower Than Atlantis – Work For It
WSTR – Lonely Smiles
Norma Jean – Everyone Talking Over Everyone Else
Dance Gavin Dance – Betrayed By The Game
TesseracT – Hexes
Knocked Loose – Last Words
Giraffe Tongue Orchestra – Blood Moon
Hacktivist – No Way Back
Heaven Shall Burn – Passage Of The Crane
Hot Mass – Oh Well
Allison Weiss – Back To Me
Junior – Fall to Pieces (ft. Sean Smith)
Young Legionnaire – Disappear
The New Tusk – Grey Market
Fangclub – Dreamcatcher
Woes – Worst Friend
ICYMI – Get Out
FARRO – Walkways
Glasstide – Be There
Towers – Could Have
Versive – Pretend
Bodyheat – In My Head
Cover Your Tracks – Striking Matches
Vellocet – Better Days
The Alpacas – Cab Fare
Plastic Mermaids – Alaska (Live from Ventnor)
Zeitgeist – Thantos
KoRn and Limp Bizkit will be taking over UK arenas this December.
Mon 12th Arena, Manchester
Wed 14th Sse Hydro Arena, Glasgow
Thu 15th Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
Fri 16th The Sse Arena, Wembley, London
Sun 18th Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Mon 19th Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
Taking Back Sunday will tour the UK and Ireland in February. Support comes from Frank Iero And The Patience.
11 Limelight, Belfast
12 Vicar Street, Dublin
14 O2 Abc, Glasgow
15 O2 Ritz, Manchester
16 O2 Forum Kentish Town, London
17 Rock City, Nottingham
18 Uea, Norwich
WSTR have announced a headline tour with support from Milestones.
24 Buskers, Dundee
25 Opium, Edinburgh
26 Fibbers, York
27 O2 Academy 2, Sheffield
29 Underground, Stoke
31 O2 Academy 2, Liverpool
01 Scholar, Leicester
02 The Assembly, London
03 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
04 Underground, Plymouth
05 Anvil, Bournemouth
Alcopop Records will celebrate their 10th birthday with ‘Alcopopacruiser’, a party on a boat cruising down the Thames on Sunday 9th October. The line-up consists of Tellison, Encyclopedia, Happy Accidents and Warren Mallia of The Attika State. Tickets are available here.
The Lion and the Wolf will be supporting Xtra Mile Recordings labelmate, Will Varley on the following UK dates.
08 King Tuts, Glasgow
09 Gorilla, Manchester
10 Cluny, Newcastle
11 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
18 Union Chapel, London
WACO and The Kenneths will be touring the UK together this Autumn.
28 New Noise @ Bacchus, Kingston Upon Thames
03 The Black Heart, London
04 Crauford Arms, Milton Keynes
05 The Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
06 Factory, Manchester
09 13th Note, Glasgow
10 Think Tank, Newcastle
12 Fibbers, York
13 The Asylum, Birmingham
14 Sin City, Swansea
15 Aftershow @ WTF Fest, Southampton
London four-piece MassMatiks have announced a UK headline tour this autumn.
Tue 18th The Joiners, Southampton
Wed 19th The Full Moon, Cardiff
Thu 20th Forum, Tunbridge Wells
Fri 21st Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
Sat 22nd Three Bridges FC, Crawley
Sun 23rd The Garage, London
Mon 24th Frog and Fiddle, Cheltenham
Tue 25th Rainbow Cellar, Birmingham
Wed 26th Star And Garter, Manchester
Thu 27th Shadow Sound, Glasgow
Fri 28th Jumpin’ Jacks, Newcastle
Tue 1st Boileroom, Guildford
Wed 2nd Sin City, Swansea
Thu 3rd The Louisiana, Bristol
Fri 4th The Live Rooms, Chester
Sat 5th The Key Club, Leeds
Sun 6th Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
Black Orchid Empire have unveiled a run of headline UK shows in November along with an album launch show in London.
10 Boston Music Room, London (Album Launch Show)
11 Harveys, Luton
16 Cobblestones, Bridgwater
17 Sanctuary, Basingstoke
18 The Hut, Corby
20 Live Rooms, Chester
22 Opium, Edinburgh
24 Underdog, Aberdeen
25 Lounge 41, Workington
26 Underground, Bradford
27 The Thomas House, Dublin
04 Planet Rockstock Festival
Singer-songwriters Arms & Hearts and Alex Rennie will be touring the UK together next month.
11 The Castle Hotel, Manchester
12 Winedown, Preston
13 Milo Bar Leeds
14 The Angel Cafe, Lincoln
15 Mucky Muldoons, Cleethorpes
16 JT Soar, Nottingham
In The News
While She Sleeps has launched a Pledge Music campaign to independently support their third album.
WSTR have revealed their debut album will be called ‘Red, Green or Inbetween’ and will be released on January 20th via No Sleep Records.
4. Lonely Smiles
5. Nail The Casket
6. Eastbound & Down
7. Kings Cup
8. The Last Ride
The UK release of Balance and Composure’s new album, ‘Light We Made’, will take place on November 4th via Big Scary Monsters.
Out Came The Wolves debut album will be titled ‘Strange Fate’ and will be released through Roadrunner Records on October 28th.
2. Queen Mary
4. Baby Blue
5. Strange Fate
9. Skin & Bones
10. Lowland Hum
Irish rockers Fangclub will return with their second EP, ‘Coma Happy’, on November 11th via Vertigo Records.
3. Inside Joke
4. Coma Happy
This past summer, Brighton trio Tigercub joined Alcopop Records. They’ve now announced, ‘Abstract Figures In The Dark’, their debut album will be released through the label on November 11th.
Press to MECO have revealed they are currently in Austin, Texas working on their new album with producer Machine (Clutch, Miss May I, Lamb of God, Protest The Hero).
Young Legionnaire has announced their 2nd album, ‘Zero Worship’, will be released on 25th November via Superstar Destroyer Records.
Robocobra Quartet will release their new album, ‘Music For All Occasions’, on November 18th via Abbreviated Records.