In Case You Missed It (20/08/2017)

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


InVisions – Never Nothing
The Homeless Gospel Choir – Presents: Normal
Cloakroom – Time Well
Queen Moo – Mean Well
Northshore – Alternative Futures EP


Converge – Under Duress
Anti-Flag – Racists
Alter Bridge – Metalingus (live)
Turnover – Bonnie (Rhythm & Melody)
The Movielife – Ghosts in the Photographs
Julien Baker – Appointments
Tigercub – It’s Only Love
Capsize – Cold Shoulder
Samoans – Future Ghost
Slaughter Beach, Dog – Gold and Green
Makthaverskan – In My Dreams
World War Me – Break A Leg Kid
Lionize – Fire In Athena
Versive – Blind
Heartless Breakers – Procrastinate
Queen Moo – Come Through
Car Seat Headrest – War Is Coming (If You Want It)
Lomelda – From Here
HAARM – Valentine
The By Gods – Wait Up
Awaken I Am – Black Dreams
Charlie Bit My Finger – Part Of The Plan
MDC – Born To Die (No Trump, No KKK, No Fascist USA)
Ledges – Snow
Future Teens – Sleep Schedule
SLED – Wasting Away
Steal The City – Beating Heart

New Videos

Neck Deep – In Bloom
Green Day – Troubled Times
Weezer – Mexican Fender
Papa Roach – American Dreams
Anti-Flag – American Attraction
At The Drive In – Call Broken Arrow
Death From Above – Never Swim Alone
Racquet Club – Head Full Of Bees
The Darkness – Solid Gold
Silverstein – The Afterglow
Thy Art Is Murder – Puppet Master
The Maine – Taxi
As Lions – Selfish Age
Casey – Ceremony
Beaumont – Happiness/Joy
Canvas – Medicate Me
Donnie Willow – Blessed Company
The LaFontaines – Asleep
Youth Salute – Bore
Go Primitive – I Want More
Within The Ruins – Incomplete Harmony
The Haunted – Preachers Of Death
Siberian Meat Grinder – No Way Back
We Ride – What You Are (feat. JJ Peters of Deez Nuts)
Dead Lord – Kill Them All
High Down – Life Lessons
The OBGMs – Beat Up Kidz
Threshold – Small Dark Lines
Sabaton – Primo Victoria
Savage Messiah – Hands Of Fate
Esprit D’Air – Ignition
Lonely Robot – In Floral Green
Coffee Project – Wasted Love
Long Time – River
Anson – To Be or Nothing at All
Puppet Kings – Otherside

Tour News

Brand New will be touring the UK and Ireland in November.

16 Olympia Theatre, Dublin
18 Brixton Academy, London
19 Academy, Glasgow

The Menzingers will be returning to the UK and Ireland in early 2018. They’ll be joined by PUP and Cayetana.

28 Whelans, Dublin
29 Limelight, Belfast
31 SWX, Bristol
01 SWG3, Glasgow
02 The Ritz, Manchester
03 02 Shepherds Bush Empire, London

Marmozets have announced a second run of UK shows for this October.

17th The Welly Club, Hull
18th The Empire, Middlesborough
19th Saint Luke’s, Glasgow
21st Brudenell Social Club (community room), Leeds
22nd Academy 3, Manchester
23rd O2 Academy 2, Birmingham
25th The Garage, London
27th Arts Centre, Norwich
28th The Fleece, Bristol
29th The Old Fire Station, Bournemouth
30th Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth

The Movielife will follow up the release of their new album, ‘Cities In Search Of A Heart’ on September 22nd with a UK tour in November. Support comes from Wallflower​.

14 Joiners, Southampton
15 Underworld, London
17 Exchange, Bristol
18 Key Club, Leeds
19 Magnet, Liverpool
20 G2, Glasgow
21 Academy 3, Manchester

Hell Is For Heroes will celebrate the 15th anniversary of ‘The Neon Handshake’ with a UK tour in February. They’ll be joined by A and Vex Red.

16 O2 Academy, Bristol
17 O2 Ritz, Manchester
19 O2 Institute, Birmingham
20 O2 ABC, Glasgow
22 Rock City, Nottingham
23 Pyramids, Portsmouth
24 O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London (sold out)
25 O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London

Arch Enemy have announced a UK tour for February 2018. Support comes from Wintersun and Tribulation.

09 O2 ABC, Glasgow
10 Rock City, Nottingham
11 Koko, London
13 O2 Ritz, Manchester
14 O2 Academy, Bristol

Mogwai will be playing an intimate show at the new Brudenell Community Room in Leeds on Thursday, September 7th.

Finnish cello metal quartet, Apocalyptica, will be returning to the UK in 2018. It will see them perform their ‘Metallica By Four Cells’ record in full along with other Metallica songs.

27 Dome, Brighton
28 Colston Hall, Bristol
01 Symphony Hall, Birmingham
02 Corn Exchange, Cambridge
03 o2 ABC, Glasgow

Owen (Mike Kinsella) will be on double duty when he will be opening for for his other band, American Football, during the UK and Ireland shows early next month.

01 Concorde 2, Brighton
02 Albert Hall, Manchester
03 Summerhall, Edinburgh
04 Button Factory, Dublin*
05 Whelans, Dublin+
* American Football Only
+ Owen Only

As Lions have announced the rescheduled dates for their UK tour. They’ll be joined by Greyhaven.They’ve launched a competition to find local supports for each date. To enter, bands need to live and play locally to ONE of the venues listed below. They should email links to their latest music and videos, a brief band biog and their social media links to: Closing date is Sept 8th.

15 Waterfront, Norwich
16 Old Blue Last, London
18 Hobos, Bridgend
19 Jumpin’ Jacks, Newcastle
20 Garage Attic, Glasgow
22 Sugarmill, Stoke
23 Rebellion, Manchester

24 Key Club, Leeds

Hollywood Undead will embark on a UK headline tour in early 2018.

24 O2 Academy, Glasgow
25 Manchester Academy, Manchester
26 O2 Academy, Birmingham
27 The LCR – UEA, Norwich
30 KOKO, London

Puppy will be supporting Kvelertak on their October UK tour.

23 The Haunt, Brighton
25 Think Tank, Newcastle
27 Corporation, Sheffield
29 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

The local supports for The Gospel Youth’s and Milestones’ co-headline tour have been announced. It will see the likes of Catch Fire, Weatherstate, Better Than Never, Tuskens, Beaumont, Autumn Ruin and VEXXES play on select dates.

16 Sound Control, Manchester (Autumn Ruin)
17 Bodega, Nottingham (Catch Fire and You Know The Drill)
18 Joiners, Southampton (Weatherstate)
19 Camden Assembly, London (Better Than Never)
20 Exchange, Bristol (Highlives and Tuskens)
21 Flapper, Birmingham (Beaumont and Thank The Academy)
22 Jumpin’ Jacks, Newcastle (Better Weather and Northern Horizon)
23 Audio, Glasgow (Beaumont)
24 Key Club, Leeds (Vexxes and Home Wrecked)

The LaFontaines will support the release of ‘Common Problem’ with a UK headline tour.

13th Lending Room, Leeds
14th Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
15th Sound Control, Manchester
16th MK11, Milton Keynes
18th Barrowlands, Glasgow
19th Northumbria Institute 2, Newcastle
20th O2 Academy 3, Birmingham
21st Boston Music Room, London
22nd Leadmill, Sheffield
23rd Rock City, Nottingham

InMe and GUN have announced to co-headline shows together.

08 Club Academy, Manchester
09 Electric Ballroom, London

In The News

Brand New released their fifth album. ‘Science Fiction’ is available digitally and to pre-order on CD and vinyl now.

1. Lit Me Up
2. Can’t Get It Out
3. Waste
4. Same Logic/Teeth
5. Could Never Be Heaven
6. 137
7. Out of Mana
8. In the Water
9. Desert
10. No Control
11. 451
12. Batter Up

Weezer’s new album will be called ‘Pacific Daydream’ and will be released on October 27th via Crush Music.

Converge have detailed their first album in five years. ‘The Dusk In Us’ is set for release on November 3rd via Epitaph Records and Deathwish Inc.

1. A Single Tear
2. Eye of the Quarrel
3. Under Duress
4. Arkhipov Calm
5. I Can Tell You About Pain
6. The Dusk in Us
7. Wildlife
8. Murk & Marrow
9. Trigger
10. Broken by Light
11. Cannibals
12. Thousands of Miles Between Us
13. Reptilian

Anti-Flag will return on November 3rd with a new studio album titled ‘American Fall’ via Spinefarm Records.

1. American Attraction
2. The Criminals
3. When The Wall Falls
4. Trouble Follows Me
5. Finish What We Started
6. Liar
7. Digital Blackout
8. I Came. I Saw. I Believed.
9. Racists
10. Throw It Away
11. Casualty

HECK played their final show at this weekend’s ArcTanGent Festival.

Thirty Seconds to Mars will release their new single, ‘Walk On Water’, on August 22nd.

Death From Above have announced that their third full-length album. ‘Outrage! Is Now’ will be released September 8th via Last Gang Records/eOne.

1. Nomad
2. Freeze Me
3. Caught Up
4. Outrage! Is Now
5. Never Swim Alone
6. Moonlight
7. Statues
8. All I C Is U & Me
10. Holy Books

Julien Baker has announced her new album will be titled ‘Turn Out The Lights’ and is scheduled to be released on October 27th via Matador Records.

1. Over
2. Appointments
3. Turn Out The Lights
4. Shadowboxing
5. Sour Breath
6. Televangelist
7. Everything That Helps You Sleep
8. Happy To Be Here
9. Hurt Less
10. Even
11. Claws In Your Back

Slaughter Beach, Dog (aka Modern Baseball’s Jake Ewald) has confirmed his new album will be titled ‘Birdie’. It’s set to be released on October 27th via Big Scary Monsters (UK) / Lame-O Records (US).

1. Phoenix
2. Gold and Green
3. Pretty O.K.
4. Bad Beer
5. Shapes I Know
6. Sleepwalking
7. Fish Fry
8. Buttercup
9. Friend Song
10. Acolyte

Swedish post-punk band, Makthaverskan will return on October 20th with their new album, ‘III’. It will be released through Run For Cover Records.

1. Vienna
2. Leda
3. In My Dreams
4. Witness
5. To Say It As It Is
6. Eden
7. Siren
8. Front
9. Comfort
10. Days Turn Into Years

Pelagic Records have announced plans to release a new compilation called ‘In The Twilight, These Rocks Have Teeth’. Set for release on September 29th, the one-hundred-eighty minute collection will include the label’s entire roster, showcasing contemporary post-rock, metal, and experimental rock music.

CD #1: ‘In The Twilight…’ Track Listing:
1 .pg.lost – Monolith
2. Mono – Cyclone
3. EF – Delusions Of Grandeur
4. Khoma – Dead Seas
5. Wang Wen – Red Wall And Black Wall
6. Cult Of Luna – Nord
7. Tiny Fingers – The Fall / Eyes Of Gold
8. Tangled Thoughts Of Leaving – The Albanian Sleepover – Part One (Edit)
9. Spook The Horses – Lurch
10. The Ocean – Turritopsis Dohrnii
11. The Shaking Sensations – Raveli
12. Takaakira ‘Taka’ Goto – Muse
13. Klone – The Last Experience

CD #2: ’…These Rocks Have Teeth’ Track Listing:
1. Abraham – Dawn
2. The Old Wind – In Fields
3. LLNN – Monolith
4. Dioramic – The Storm
5. Earthship – Serpent Cult
6. Klone – Rocket Smoke
7. Hypno5e – North Shore – The Abstract Line
8. Coilguns – Submarine Warfare Anthem
9. Family – Daddy Wronglegs
10. Silver Snakes – Red Wolf
11. Kruger – The Wild Brunch
12. Lo! – Orca
13. Nebra – Shoulder Of Orion
14. Hyenas – Self-Adjusting
15. Implore – Sentenced
16. The Ocean – Benthic: The Origin Of Our Wishes
17. Mono – The Last Rays

Racquet Club, the newly formed quartet featuring members of Knapsack, The Jealous Sound and Samiam, will release their self-titled album through Rise Records on September 29th.

1. Caldwell Park
2. Let Beauty Find You
3. Head Full Of Bees
4. Boundaries
5. Battlefield
6. Blood On The Moon
7. I Can’t Make You Believe
8. Blue Skies
9. New Granada
10. White Knuckles

Post-hardcore five-piece Canvas will release their debut album ‘Worry’ via Basick Records on the 6th October.

Birmingham pop-rockers Beaumont will return on September 15th with an EP called ‘Honestly’ via Reclaim Music Group.

1. Happiness/Joy
2. Satellites
3. Hurler
4. Rosemary
5. Dependant
6. Runners High

Electro-rockers The LaFontaines will return on October 27th with a new album titled ‘Common Problem’.

1. Explosion
2. Too Late
3. Common Problem
4. Torture
5. Hang Fire
6. Goldmine
7. Armour
8. Atlas
9. What Do I Know?
10. Total Control
11. Release The Hounds
12. Asleep

Alt-rock trio Paceshifters have announced their new album will be called ‘Waiting to Derail’. It’s set to be released on October 6th via Hassle Records.

Southern California-based hardcore punk band, The Eulogy have joined Bridge Nine Recprds. Their first label release, an EP called ‘Last Days,’ is due out on September 22nd. The band includes former members of Agnostic Front, Madball, Throwdown, Bleeding Through and Mouthpiece.

Russian crossover-hardcore/metal/rap group, Siberian Meat Grinder will release their second album, ‘Metal Bear Stomp’, through Destiny Records on October 13th.

Boston, MA trio Future Teens are the latest band to join Take This To Heart Records. Their new album, ‘Hard Feelings’, will be released on September 29th.

1. Sleep Schedule
2. What’s My Sign Again?
3. Girlfriend On A Gap Year
4. In Love Or Whatever
5. Expiration Dating
6. Learned Behavior
7. Party Ethic
8. Kissing Chemistry
9. Giving Up On Crushes
10. D.T.F.L

Having recently inked a deal with Nuclear Blast, Phil Campbell and The Bastard Sons have entered the studio to record their debut full-length album with producer Romesh Dodangoda. The album is scheduled for an early 2018.

Thrash metallers Dr. Living Dead have confirmed their new album, ‘Cosmic Conqueror’, will be released on October 27th through Century Media Records.

Cult punk band MDC will be returning with a new album called ‘Mein Trumpf’ on November 3rd via Primordial Records.

Cardiff based progressive outfit Godsticks have announced details of their new album ‘Faced with Rage’ which is out on 13th October via Kscope.

1. Guilt
2. Hard to Face
3. Open your Eyes
4. We are Leaving
5. Angry Concern
6. Avenge
7. Revere
8. Unforgivable
9. Everdrive
10. Fame and Silence

British heavy metallers Savage Messiah have joined Century Media Records. They will release their fourth full-length album, ‘Hands Of Fate’, on October 27th.

Belgian melodic pop-punks Charlie Bit My Finger will release their second album, ‘Third Time’s A Farm’, on September 16th. It will be released through Thousand Islands Records (North America) and Bearded Punk Records (Europe).

1. Leap Of Faith
2. Part Of The Plan
3. Act Like You Care
4. Coming Home
5. Move On Alone
6. The Girl Next Door
7. Cow A Bunga
8. Questionmark With a K
9. Strong
10. This Is Who I Am
11. Mr. Brown
12. Mindset. GO!

British punk band The Adicts have joined Arising Empire Records (UK) and Nuclear Blast Records (US). Their eleventh studio album will be released in the autumn.

Festival News

The likes of WSTR, Oceans Ate Alaska, Shields, Weatherstate, and Montroze are amongst the latest names to be announced for Manchester’s Deadbolt Festival. The other additions for the two day, multi-venue festival are Lifetight, The Temple, Parting Gift, I Cried Wolf, Chainsaw Castration, Remenitions, As December Falls, Tirade, Altar Flowers, Hover Bored, Elevator Lady, Storm Harbour, Happy Animal and Garsoons. Deadbolt Festival will take place on September 30th and October 1st.

Pinegrove and Los Campesinos! are amongst the names to be announced for Mirrors. The one-day, multi-venue festival takes place in Hackney, London on Saturday, October 28th.

Los Campesinos!
Ultimate Painting
Josefin Öhrn & The Liberation
Axel Flóvent
Boy Azooga
Daniel Alexander
Gold Connections
Phoebe Bridgers
Sam Fender
Tom Rogerson
& Many More

Shields and I, The Mapmaker have been announced for Our Hollow, Our Home’s ‘Holloween’ all-dayer. It’s set to take place at Southampton’s Talking Heads on Friday 27th October.


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