In Case You Missed It (18/12/2016)

In Case You Missed It (18/12/2016)

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
Spill – Top Ten
Chisel Beeches – Last In, First Out EP
Little Rocket Records – Walking In A Little Rocket Wonderland
Incendia Music Christmas Compilation ‘16


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Songs
Mallory Knox – Lucky Me
Steel Panther – Anything Goes
Emmure – Russian Hotel Aftermath
JT Woodruff – Sundown
Rick Rude – Shroud And Shell
Luke Rainsford – Ties
Memories In Broken Glass – Waves
King Woman – Utopia
Aversions Crown – The Soulless Acolyte
Thelma – Peach
The Marvels – Hold On

New Videos

Creeper – Hiding With Boys
The Menzingers – Lookers
Coheed and Cambria – Colors
ROAM – Leaving Notice
Decade – Peach Milk
Code Orange – Kill The Creator
Great Cynics – Only in Memories
Muncie Girls – Social Side @ Kaputtmacher Sessions
Muskets – 17 Years
Pale Angels – Don’t Feel a Thing
Chiesel Beeches – Friday Night’s A Lie
Sleep On It – Counting Miles
Group of Man – W.P.C
Heat – Lush
Polyphia – LIT
HALFNOISE – Sudden Feeling
Save Face – Folly
Victoria – Souvenir
Courage My Love – Stereo
Black Coast – Lawless
Galactic Empire – Rehearsal One: A Galactic Empire Story
The Lounge Kittens – Love Is Only A Feeling (The Darkness cover)
Awaken I Am – Slumber
Heavy Things – Sold
Half Sight – The Brightest Son
The Northern – Nauticus (Ft. Michael Labelle of A Skylit Drive)
Belial – In Extremis

Tour News

Dream Theater will mark the 25th anniversary of ‘Images & Words’ with a run of UK shows in April. The tour will see the band perform the album in its entirety along with fan favourites.

April
Tue 18th Symphony Hall, Birmingham
Wed 19th O2 Apollo, Manchester
Thu 20th Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow
Sat 22nd Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Sun 23rd Eventim Apollo, London

The Early November will return to the UK in March as they celebrate the tenth anniversary of ‘The Mother, The Mechanic, and The Path’.

March
17 Joiners, Southampton
18 The Dome, London
19 Sound Control, Manchester
20 King Tuts Wha Wha Hut, Glasgow
22 The Key Club, Leeds
23 Exchange, Bristol

Muncie Girls, Black Foxxes and Milestones will support Taking Back Sunday alongside Frank Iero And The Patience on select UK dates in February.

February
11 Limelight, Belfast
12 Vicar Street, Dublin
14 ABV, Glasgow***
15 Ritz, Manchester*
16 Forum, London***
17 Rock City, Nottingham**
18 UEA, Norwich**
* – Milestones
** – Muncie Girls
*** – Black Foxxes

The Ataris will be coming back to the UK next month for a headline tour.

Janaury
24 Thekla, Bristol
25 Crauford Arms, Milton Keynes
26 The Parish, Huddersfield
27 Sound Control, Manchester
28 Tunnels, Aberdeen
29 Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh
31 Stereo, Glasgow
February
01 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
02 Sanctuary, Basingstoke
03 Frog & Fiddle, Cheltenham
04 Cobblestones, Bridgwater
05 The Globe, Cardiff
06 Dingwalls, London

Emmure have postponed their upcoming UK and European dates to continue on their next album.

Young Legionnaire will follow up their new album, ‘Zero Worship,’ with a UK tour in February.
Support comes from NARCS.

February
11 Parish, Huddersfield
12 Fibbers, York
13 Broadcast, Glasgow
14 Deaf Institute, Manchester
15 Boston Music Room, London
17 Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
18 West End Centre, Aldershot

London alt-pop group Victoria have announced a short headline tour.

March
Weds 22 Bodega, Nottingham
Thurs 23 Gullivers, Manchester
Fri 24 Crofters, Bristol
Sat 25 The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
Weds 29 The Borderline, London

In The News

Nine Inch Nails have announced they will a new EP, ‘Not The Actual Events’, on December 23rd.

1. Branches/Bones
2. Dear World
3. She’s Gone Away
4. The Idea of You
5. Burning Bright (Field on Fire)

Glam rockers Steel Panther have revealed details of their new album. ‘Lower The Bar’ is their fourth record and will be released on March 24th.

1. Goin’ In The Backdoor
2. Anything Goes
3. Poontang Boomerang
4. That’s When You Came In
5. Wrong Side Of The Tracks (Out In Beverly Hills)
6. Now The Fun Starts
7. Pussy Ain’t Free
8. Waster Too Much Time
9. I Got What You Want
10. Walk Of Shame
11. She’s Tight
12. Red Headed Step Child
13. Momentary Epiphany

Being As An Ocean have now their next album will be titled ‘Waiting For Morning To Come’. It is slated to drop on June 9th, 2017 through Equal Vision Records.

London-based Great Cynics will released their new album, ‘POSI’ on 24th March via Specialist Subject.

Emmure’s SharpTone Records debut will be called ‘Look at Yourself’ and will be released in early 2017.

North West trio Retro Youth have confirmed their debut album, ‘B.R.A.V.E’ will be released on 3rd February 2017 via American label Independent Ear.

Dynamic Brisbane, Australian rockers Awaken I Am have joined the Victory Records roster. They will begin recording their label debut next month with producer Taylor Larson (From First To Last, I See Stars, Periphery).

JT Woodruff (Hawthorne Heights) will be releasing his new album ‘Lonesome’ on January 27, 2017 via InVogue Records.

Canadian metalcore band The Northern have joined Tragic Hero Records. Their label debut, ‘Solstice’, will be released on January 27th.

Festival News

The first names for UK Tech-Metal Fest 2017 have been announced. It sees The Black Dahlia Murder and Obscura being confirmed as headliners. The other names announced are: Aborted, The Arusha Accord, Hacktivist, Ingested, The Algorithm, Oceans Ate Alaska, Dyscarnate, Carcer City, Exist Immortal, Sarah Longfield, Alaska, The Fine Constant, Within Destruction, Aenimus, Toska, The Royal, Hieroglyph, FRCTRD, Fraktions and Nycosia.

UK Tech-Metal Fest will take place at Newark Showground from July 6th to 10th.

Heavy Scotland Festival have added four more bands to its inaugural event – Finntroll, Destruction, Fleshgod Apocalypse and Ingested.

Melodic hardcore band Turning Point have been announced for Outbreak Fest 2017. The band reunited as a tribute to their former vocalist, Frank ‘Skip’ Candelori, who sadly passed away in 2002. Tim McMahon of Mouthpiece will be on vocals. Their appearance is being stated as their first and last ever UK show. Outbreak Fest will take place on April 29-30 at Canal Mills in Leeds.

The likes of Wallflower, Redwood, Nervus, Brightr, Drawstring, Sad Blood, Gun Shy, Pet Library, Lightcliffe, Patrons, Pet Grief, Don’t Worry, Headrush, Pheadra’s Love, Americansignlanguage., Scarecrow Boat, Arid Wave and Night Swimming have been announced for Southampton’s So Punk Fest. The festival takes place from February 3rd to 5th with further details yet to be announced.