In Case You Missed It (19/06/2016)

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.

Don’t forget to “Like Us” on Facebook for regular news updates.

New Music

Gojira – Magma
Nails – You Will Never Be One of Us
Hail The Sun – Paranoia
Secret Space – The Window Room
Witterquick – Beneath the Spinning Lights EP
Whitechapel – Mark of the Blade
Summer Lake Hereos – Beers & Fucked Up Friends (Last Drop Edition)
Mikey Erg – Tentative Decisions

Twenty One Pilots – Heathens
Night Verses – Drift
Snake – Llik Daor
Look Mexico – You’re Lucky You Didn’t Lose Your Arm
Norma Jean – 1,000,000 Watts
Landmarks – Cutting Strings
Owen – Settled Down
Your Favorite Enemies – Empire of Sorrows
The Kut – Bad Man
Devil Gone Public – Euthanation
Vomitface – Senior Pictures
The Haxans – Party Monster
MassMatiks – 4AM
PAWS – Impermanent (ft Mark Hoppus)

New Videos

Biffy Clyro – Animal Style
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes – Snake Eyes
Kvelertak – Nattesferd
The Early November – Narrow Mouth
Holy Pinto – Graduation
Milestones – Nothing Left
Max Raptor – Relic
Cruel Hand – Dead Eyes Watching
Trash Boat – The Guise of a Mother
Emarosa – Miracle
Volumes – Feels Good
Gone Is Gone – Stolen From Me
Puppy – Entombed
Make Them Suffer – Ether
Chelsea Grin – Broken Bonds
Normandie – Fight
Black Coast – Crows Of The North
NARCS – Bullingdon Boys
Beware of Darkness – Muthafucka
OhBoy! – A Bird in the Hand
The Decoy – Cold
The Interrupters – By My Side
Griever – She Is Death
Bullet Height – Hold Together
We Are Carnivores – Theodor’s A Don, Bro
Louder than Quiet – Gypsies R Us
Yearbook – The Unreasonable Man
Oddity – Pressure’s Gone
Revenge Of The Psychotronic Man – Rrose Sélavy (To Make A Toast To Life)
Set To Stun – Dreamcatchers // Bodysnatchers (NSFW)
The Lounge Kittens – Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap

Tour News

Good Charlotte will play three UK shows around their appearance at the Reading and Leeds Festivals on August. They will be joined by Waterparks and Big Jesus on all three dates, with ROAM joining them in Birmingham.

24 Academy, Glasgow
25 Ritz, Manchester
26 Leeds Festival
27 Institute, Birmingham*
28 Reading Festival
* with ROAM

Brighton four-piece, Black Peaks and Nottingham quartet, HECK have just announced a co-headline tour this coming September.

04 Parish, Huddersfield
06 Fleece, Bristol
07 Boston Music Room, London
08 Boston Music Room, London
09 Plug, Sheffield
10 Electric Circus, Edinburgh
11 Cafe Drummonds, Aberdeen
13 Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton
15 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
16 Sin City, Swansea
17 Cavern, Exeter
18 Talking Heads, Southampton

Owen will play a run of four London shows in November.

21 St. Pancras Old Church, London
23 The Forge, London
24 The Forge, London
25 St. Pancras Old Church, London

Entombed A.D. have announced a short run of UK and Ireland dates with Voivod and Lord Dying.

13 Fleece, Bristol
15 Voodoo Lounge, Dublin
16 Classic Grand, Glasgow
17 Underworld, London

The Schoenberg Automaton, The Hirsch Effekt and A Night In The Abyss will tour the UK in July.

4 The Vestry, Dundee
5 Opium, Edinburgh
6 The Hatchet, Bristol
7 The Live Rooms, Chester
8 – 10 Tech Fest, Newark
11 The Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
12 The Underground, Plymouth
13 Sanctuary, Basingstoke
14 The Unicorn, London
15 Eiger Studios, Leeds

Watford quartet The Spitfires have announced several UK dates in support of their new album – ‘A Thousand Times’. The album is set for release on 26th August 2016 via Catch 22 Records.

Sat 27th The Haunt, Brighton
Fri 9th Audio, Glasgow
Sat 10th Bodega, Nottingham
Fri 16th O2 Islington Academy, London
Sat 17th O2 Academy2, Newcastle
Sat 24th Ruby Lounge, Manchester
Sat 1st Joiners, Southampton
Fri 7th O2 Academy3, Birmingham
Fri 11th Chinnerys, Southend
Sat 12th Boileroom, Guildford
Fri 18th Zanzibar, Liverpool
Sat 19th The Scholar, Leicester

In The News

Johnny Foreigner are set to release their fifth album, ‘Mono No Aware’ on August 26th via Alcopop! Records.

Owen (Mike Kinsella) will release ‘The King Of Whys’ on July 29th through Wichita Recordings.

1. Empty Bottle
2. The Desperate
3. Settled Down
4. Lovers Come and Go
5. Tourniquet
6. A Burning Soul
7. Saltwater
8. An Island
9. Sleep is a Myth
10. Lost

Manchester quintet Milestones have joined Fearless Records. Their ‘Equal Measures’ will be re-released on July 8th.

Influential Swedish progressive metal group, Opeth have joined Nuclear Blast. Their 12th studio album will be titled ‘Sorceress’ and will be released their own imprint Moderbolaget Records.

Fearless Records have welcomed Los Angeles, CA heavy rock five-piece Volumes to the label.

Atlanta, Georgia’s Norma Jean has confirmed they will release their new album, ‘Polar Similar’, thorough Solid State on September 9th.

1. I. The Planet
2. Everyone Talking Over Everyone Else
3. Forever Hurtling Towards Andromeda
4. 1,000,000 Watts
5. II. The People
6. Death is a Living Partner
7. Synthetic Sun
8. Reaction
9. III. The Nebula
10. The Close and Discontent
11. An Ocean of War
12. A Thousand Years a Minute
13. IV. The Nexus

Iconic UK gothic metallers Paradise Lost have joined Nuclear Blast.

New York hardcore punk band, Cruel Hand have announced the release of their new full-length album. ‘Your World Won’t Listen’ is scheduled for on September 9th via Hopeless Records.

1. Nowhere, Nothing, Never
2. Decompose
3. King
4. Dead Eyes Watching
5. Too Far From That
6. Your World Won’t Listen
7. Through With You
8. Deep Six Hole
9. Buried Inside
10. In This Alone
11. Liquid Paper
12. Threes

Body Count have inked a deal with Century Media Records.

Manchester quartet Landmarks will release their new EP, I’n Spite Of It All’ through Scylla Records on August 12th.

1. Translucent
2. Cutting Strings
3. Limb From Limb
4. Friend Of Mine
5. With Clarity

Struggletown Records’ Steven Hill recently suffered some awful personal news. Steven’s step-mother in New Zealand has been diagnosed with cancer being terminal with a very short prognosis.

To support his family, Steven has launched a JustGiving campaign as well as a 55-track compilation for £10.

1. Dowsing – I’m Sorry, You’re Great
2. Anna’s Anchor – Signal Tower
3. Wet Blanket – Time Flies (Gorilla Biscuits)
4. Jutland Songs – Twilight Turnstiles
5. Bayoné – Drive
6. b00kshelf – Laura
7. Lovers Turn To Monsters – I Want To Believe
8. Veto. – Red Granite
9. Losing Sleep – Give Her Hell From Us
10. Commonplace – Through A Life Of Surprise
11. Wullie Mammoth – Three AM 14.11.15 (GoldMold Power Hour)

12. Milktoast – Sulu
13. Old Prides – Peach Tea
14. Brightr – Sick Note
15. Bad Luck – Float
16. Friends In America – Souvenir
17. Terrafraid – Where There’s Warmth
18. Boy On Guitar – Something Warm
19. Bodyheat – Hold On
20. Shook Ones – Breakfast for Dinner
21. !ATTENTION! – When Good People Make Babies
22. Eat Me – Liar
23. Slowlight – You Like The Attention And It Shows
24. Elk Gang – Days Pass
25. Last Call – Winter Clothes

26. Chris Snelgrove – Boat Drinks
27. Tragical History Tour – A Light
28. Bombskare – Freedom 35
29. ThreadBare – Derby Day
30. Manuals – Kate & The Freshly Turned Page Of A Beautiful Story
31. Lost Limbs – The One Remaining Sound
32. Carson Wells – Sobotka
33. Black International – Animal Without Backbone
34. Bear Arms – A Life Unlived
35. No Kilter – This Is The Part Where You’re Supposed To Run
36. Carnivores – Keeping Up Appearances (Live)
37. What The Dead Know – Blank Canvas
38. Culann – Jerusalem
39. wecamefromwolves – Butterflies
40. Alburn – Mouthful of Glass
41. Rainfalls – Final Scene
42. Cold Summer – Car Crash (In Progress)
43. False Hopes – Sloganeering
44. Civil Elegies – One Month
45. FRAUEN – In Between (Demo)
46. Chartered Trips – ERIF
47. Thin Privilege – Hormonal Pigs
48. Dead or American – Shibboleth (Live)
49. Gretchen Lyme – Wish (Feat. Bobby Simpson)
50. Damn Teeth – MRA Soundsystem
51. Moon > Sun – M T R
52. The Cherry Wave – Still Light
53. Swamped – Cleanse
54. Kapil Seshasayee – Brazen
55. Seas, Starry – Glass Birds
56. Quests – If You Got Your Information Here, Leave It Here

Nottingham’s Adelphia have announced they will be splitting up at the end of summer due to “creative differences”.

Bold alt-rockers Beware of Darkness are set to release their new album ‘Are You Real?’ later this year via Bright Antenna Records.

We Are Carnivores will self-release an EP called ‘Theodor’s A Don, Bro’ on July 22nd.

1. Theodor’s A Don, Bro
2. Scottish Power
3. You Can’t Argue With Sharks
4. I’m Not An Alcoholic, I Just Collect Bottles

South Yorkshire cult rockers Servers have revealed details of their second album. ‘Everything is OK’ will be released through Undergroove.

1. Spells
2. My Friends Are Enemies
3. To Hell With You
4. Unconditional
5. Our Lady of Bad Counsel
6. Codes
7. I Will Make You
8. Recklessly Extravagant
9. Bodies in the Ground
10. Into the Grave

Year of Glad has set a release date of July 15th for their new EP – ‘I Don’t Know Where I Am Either’. It’ll be released through Lame-O Records. The band consists of members of NONA (Mimi Gallagher), Thin Lips (Chris Diehm) and Mike Bell & the Movies (Biff Swenson and Mike Bell).

1. Porter
2. Smoke
3. Keeping The Peace
4. Corduroy

Welsh alt-rock three-piece The Decoy have revealed details of their debut album. ‘Avalon’ will be released July 29 via Ghoulish Records.

1. Black Mountain Radio
2. Cold
3. Elizabeth
4. Crazy Nights
5. Kids
6. Breathe
7. Habit
8. A Meze
9. Lion
10. Live By The Axe

Groove riff specialists Chase the Day have confirmed their debut album will be titled ‘Tabula Rasa’ and will be released on September 9th.

Festival News

The Xcerts, EMP!RE, Press to MECO, Boy Jumps Ship, THECITYISOURS, The Hyena Kill and Kingdom Keys are the latest additions to Fort Fest.

The full stage times for the Rebellion Punk Music Festival have been revealed.


This website collects cookies to deliver better user experience. Learn more.