In Case You Missed It (19/02/2017)

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

Meat Wave – The Incessant
Youth In Revolt – The Broken
Matt Pryor – Memento Mori
Eisley – I’m Only Dreaming
Slyde – Back Again EP
Kadinja – Ascendancy

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Linkin Park – Heavy (feat. Kiiara)
Papa Roach – HELP
Sorority Noise – A Better Sun
Minus the Bear – Last Kiss
He Is Legend – Sand
Counterfeit – Close to Your Chest
Los Campesinos! – The Fall of Home
Senses Fail – In Your Absence
Darkest Hour – Those Who Survived
I Love Your Lifestyle – Fire
Every Stranger Looks Like You – Prosopagnosia
False Advertising – Not My Fault
Heart Attack Man – Blood Orange Sun
Western Daughter – Skinny Water
Black Sites – Burning Away The Day
The Tossers – The Horses
HalfNose – French Class
The Picturebooks – I Need That Oooh
Witching Season – The Healer
Ryan Hamilton & The Traitors – We Never Should Have Moved to L.A.
Life Goals – Alright
Sleeptalk – Love
Empty Lungs – Don’t Get It
Broken Field Runner – Wish You Were Here Instead of Me
Taco Hell – Hold The Door
Pet Crow – Absorbed
Chloe Hawes – Leave You Be
Wayde – Easy (Don’t Be Long)
Veio – Ghost
Reservoir – Smoke Signals
Yorkshire Rats – Where do I sign?
Auction for the Promise Club – Moonlight
King Woman – Shame
Sad Vegan – New Years, No Fears

New Videos

New Found Glory – Happy Being Miserable
All Time Low – Dirty Laundry
Creeper – Black Rain
The Smith Street Band – Birthdays
PWR BTTM – Big Beautiful Day
You Blew It! – Arrowhead
The One Hundred – Dark Matters
The Summer Set – Jean Jacket
Weirds – Valley of Vision
The Pretty Reckless – Oh My God
High Tides – Bridges
Emmure – Flag of the Beast
Bear Trade – Inglorious
Personal Space – Offering
Me And That Man – Ain’t Much Loving
Ghost Iris – Save Yourself
Misery Loves Company – Dead and Buried
When We Were Wolves – The Gift Of Hating Me
Lost Ground – Lumiere
Alter Eden – We’ve Had Enough
The Royal – Wildmind
Tyler Daniel Bean – Willow II
Hiccup – Lady Macbeth & Miss Havisham
Islander – Better Day
The Final Clause of Tacitus – Give Them Blood
Home Wrecked – Anxious Minds Think Alike
Greyhaven – Brother
Outta Peak – Anything
Nelson Can – Miracle

Tour News

Green Day have announced a show at Sheffield Arena for Monday July 3rd. Support comes from Rancid.

American Football will return to the UK in September for three shows.

01 Concorde 2, Brighton

02 Albert Hall, Manchester

03 Summerhall, Edinburgh

Creeper will follow their March/April UK tour with a one-off show at Kingston College on April 18th.

As Lions have announced a London headline show at the Boston Arms Music Rooms on March 22nd.

Milestones, Trash Boat and The Bottom Line will support Simple Plan at their one-off UK show at London’s O2 Forum on 9th June.

Oceans Ate Alaska and Napoleon will be touring the UK together in June as part of the Tech-Fest 2017 Tour. Special guests are yet to be announced.

15 Underground, Plymouth
16 Hobos, Bridgend
17 Satan’s Hollow, Manchester
18 Opium, Edinburgh
19 Jumpin Jacks, Newcastle
20 Roadmender, Northampton
21 The Joiners, Southampton

Cardiff’s Holding Absence have announced a run of headline shows for March and April. They will also be supporting We Are The Ocean on their final UK tour.

9th Frog and Fiddle, Cheltenham
17th Waterfront Studio, Norwich
18th Met Lounge, Peterborough
19th The Cellar, Oxford
20th O Riley’s, Hull
21st Think Tank Underground, Newcastle
22nd Cathouse, Glasgow w/ We Are The Ocean
23rd SoundControl, Manchester w/ We Are The Ocean
24th The Dome, London w/ We Are The Ocean
5th The Flapper, Birmingham
6th Esquires, Bedford
7th Red Room, Nottingham
9th The Key Club, Leeds w/ Blood Youth & Loathe
10th Boston Music Rooms, London w/ Blood Youth & Loathe
12th Portland Arms, Cambridge
13th Clwb For Bach, Cardiff
14th The Cookie, Leicester
15th Live Rooms, Chester
3rd Bloc Bar @ Camden Rocks, London
9th Download Festival, Donnington
22nd Amplified Festival, Gloucestershire

Patrons will support the release of their upcoming debut album, ‘As Above, So Below’, with a short run of UK shows.

29th The Black Heart, London
30th The Joiners, Southampton
31st The Junction, Plymouth

Riotous punk trio God Damn have been announced as support for Thrice’s headline shows in London and Nottingham in April.

27th Koko, London
28th Rock City, Nottingham

German Reggae-punks, The Tips will be joining American-fronted Scottish punks The Hostiles on their UK tour next month.

23 New Cross Inn, London
24 The Bobbin, Lancaster
25 Phoenix Bar, High Wycombe
26 The Packhorse, Leeds
28 Monty’s Bar, Dunfermline
29 Bar Bloc, Glasgow
30 Market Inn, Ayr
31 Cafe Drummonds, Aberdeen
01 Crofter Bar, Fort William
02 Stramash, Edinburgh

Southampton-based singer/songwriter Seán McGowan has announced a UK tour for April/May 2017.

15 Edge Of The Wedge, Portsmouth
17 Tom Browns, Dorchester
19 The Horn, St Albans
21 The Globe, Brighton
22 The Lamb, Devizes
23 The Palace, Hastings
25 Exchange, Bristol
26 The Prince Albert, Stroud
27 JT Soar, Nottingham
28 The Railway, Winchester
29 Three Wise Monkeys, Colchester
03 Old Hairdressers, Glasgow
05 The Fox & Newt, Leeds
06 Surf Cafe, Newcastle

In The News

Linkin Park will return on May 19th with a new album called ‘One More Light’.

All Time Low have joined Fueled By Ramen.

PVRIS have finished recording their new album.

New Found Glory have shared details of their new album. ‘Make Me Sick’ is set for release on April 28th via Hopeless Records.

1. Your Jokes Aren’t Funny
2. Party On Apocalypse
3. Call Me Anti-Social
4. Happy Being Miserable
5. The Sound Of Two Voices
6. Blurred Vision
7. Say It Don’t Spray It
8. Barbed Wire
9. Short and Sweet
10. The Cheapest Thrill

Having cancelled their remaining European tour dates after being involved in a bus crash in Poland last weekend, a GoFundMe campaign has been launched to help out The Dillinger Escape Plan.

Incubus will return on April 21st with a new album titled ‘8’.

Anthrax’s show at Glasgow’s Barrowlands this week was filmed for a future live DVD.

The Smith Street Band have revealed details of their new album. ‘More Scared of You Than You Are of Me’ will be released on 7th April through Specialist Subject Records (UK, Pool House Records (AUS), Remote Control Records (AUS), SideOneDummy Records (US/CAN), and Uncle M Music (EU).

1. Forrest
2. Birthdays
3. Death To The Lads
4. Song For You
5. Passiona
6. Run Into The World
7. Shine
8. 25
9. It Kills Me To Have To Be Alive
10. Suffer
11. Young Once
12. Laughing (Or Pretending To Laugh)

PWR BTTM will return on May 12th with a new album called ‘Pageant’ via Big Scary Monsters/Polyvinyl Record Company.

1. Silly
2. Answer My Text
3. LOL
4. Won’t
5. Now, Now
6. Sissy
7. Pageant
8. Oh Boy
9. New Trick
10. Wash
11. Kids’ Table
12. Big Beautiful Day
13. Styrofoam

Atlanta rockers Biters are set to release their new album, ‘The Future Ain’t What It Used To Be’, on 19th May through Earache Records.

North East four-piece punk band, Bear Trade have revealed details of their second album. ‘Silence Unspeakable’ will be released 21st April via Everything Sucks Music in the UK and Dead Broke Rekerds in the US.

1. Sea Legs
2. Endeavour Would Be An Understatement
3. Room With A View
4. Nice To Be Nice
5. Family Planning
6. Fast Pop!
7. Sexy Beast
8. As Long As We Have Tea
9. Inglorious
10. Bibojibs
11. Good But Best
12. Transgressions In The Toy Shop

Italian quintet Halflives have announced their debut album, ‘Empty Rooms’, will be released on April 14th.

Dutch metalcore five-piece The Royal have detailed their new album. ‘Seven’ will be released on March 31st on Long Branch Records.

1. Thunder
2. Feeding Wolves (feat. Carlo Knöpfel)
3. Wildmind
4. Creeds And The Vultures
5. Counterculture
6. Interlude
7. Seven
8. Life Breaker

9. Thalassa
10. Draining Veins
11. Viridian

Chicago Irish punks The Tossers have set a release date of March 3rd for their new album – ‘Smash The Windows’.

1. Erin Go Bragh
2. Smash The Windows
3. I Will Court Them All
4. Humors Of Chicago
5. Drinking All The Day
6. The Horses
7. Resurrection Mary
8. Danny Boy
9. 1969
10. Whiskey
11. The Town Where I Was Born
12. My Love
13. Mairi’s Wedding
14. Lots Of Drops Of Brandy
15. A Ghra Mo Chroi
16. Fare You Well
17. The Foggy Dew

Sheffield quartet Sweet Little Machine have been crowned Fireball’s Hottest Band 2017. They will be taking the opening slot on the 2017 leg of the ‘Fireball – Fuelling The Fire’ Tour. Further details are set to be announced in May.

French prog-metallers Fractal Universe will release their debut album ‘Engram of Decline’ on 14th April via Kolony Records.

01. Premiss To Reality
02. Sons of Ignorance
03. Scar Legacy of Hatred
04. Parricidal Ghosts
05. Venomous Coils of A Holy Fallacy
06. Backworldsmen
07. A Name To Deny
08. Narcissistic Loop
09. Decline
10. Collective Engram

Festival News

Arch Enemy, Chelsea Grin, and Oni are the latest additions to Bloodstock 2017.

The line-up for this year’s Deadpunk Special has been completed with the likes of AJJ, The Tuts, Kamikaze Girls, Terrible Love, Martha, Sam Russo and more joining the line-up. It takes place on May 6th at The Exchange and The Stag and Hounds in Bristol.

Claws, Gender Roles, Gun Shy, Chapter of Wolves, Ithaca, Pet Grief, Austeros, Larkhill and more have been added to Brighton’s Washed Out Festival.

Brighton based collective, Mammothfest has announced an all-dayer for May 6th featuring Brutality Will Prevail, Raging Speedhorn, Giants, Up River, High Hopes and more.


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