In Case You Missed It (21/01/2018)

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


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Waterparks – Not Warriors
Dashboard Confessional – Heart Beat Here
Tiny Moving Parts – Warm Hand Splash
Bowling For Soup – Catalyst
Myles Kennedy – Haunted By Design
Blackberry Smoke – Flesh and Bone
Great Collapse – Atomic Calendar
Hot Snakes – Six Wave Hold-Down
Super Whatevr – Telelelevision
Ducking Punches – Distant Shadows
Tangled Hair – Nao Is My Driver
Faux – Body Heat
Radkey – Not Smart
Forever Came Calling – Borrowed Cars
Teenage Wrist – Dweeb
Letters From The Colony – Terminus
Runaway Brother – Conscience In Tumult
Rad Horror – Stay Out
Light Up The Sky – Hard To Love
Diamante – Had Enough
Bad Wolves – Zombie (Cranberries cover)
Forbidden Seasons – Thank You For The Venom
Necrophobic – Mark Of The Necrogram
Lycanthrope – Chapters
Eternal Void – With Time
Right On, Kid! – Clarity

New Videos

Fall Out Boy – Church
Jamie Lenman – Bodypopping (Automatic Edit)
Manchester Orchestra – The Gold (Live)
Silverstein – Whiplash
Bleed From Within – Alive
Between The Buried And Me – Condemned To The Gallows
Hollywood Undead – Your Life
Prawn – Rooftops
Good Tiger – Salt Of The Earth
The Amsterdam Red-Light District – Carry On
Savage Hands – RED
The Spook School – Body
Wild Cat Strikes – Horses
Sun Arcana – Everybody
El Morgan and the Divers – Decorations
Slowkiss – Erase Me
Von Hertzen Brothers – Long Lost Sailor
Pop Evil – Colors Bleed
Hyvmine – Shogun
Cabal – False Light
God Complex – Insignificant
Whale Bones – Backyard
Seething Akira – I Am The Devil
Out Of My Eyes – 404
Plastic – Headless Rabbit
The Second After – Homewreck Sick
RIVALS – Over It
Discrepancies – Art of War
Under The Cut – Come Back

Tour News

Deaf Havana have announced a special show as part of WarChild’s Brits Week 2018. They will be collaborating with the London Contemporary Voices and the Parallax Orchestra at London’s Union Chapel on Febraury 23rd, for a set of reworked songs.

Tiny Moving Parts​ will return to the UK in April as part of their first European headline tour.

07 Joiners, Southampton
08 Bodega, Nottingham
09 Think Tank, Newcastle
10 Stereo, Glasgow
11 Key Club, Leeds
12 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
13 Camden Assembly, London
14 The Asylum 2, Birmingham
15 Deaf Institute, Manchester

To coincide with the release of his debut solo record, ‘Year Of The Tiger’, Myles Kennedy​ will be coming to the UK in March for a headline tour.

17 O² Institute2, Birmingham
18 The Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
20 The Garage, Glasgow
21 Gorilla, Manchester
24 Thekla, Bristol
26 Islington Assembly Hall, London

Legendary British rock icons Def Leppard will be hitting up 11 cities in the UK and Ireland this December. They will be performing their ‘Hysteria’ album un fill alongside other DL classics.

1st 3 Arena, Dublin
2nd The SSE Arena, Belfast
4th Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
6th The O2, London
8th Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
9th Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
11th The SSE Hydro Arena, Glasgow
12th Manchester Arena, Manchester
14th FlyDSA Arena, Sheffield
15th Echo Arena, Liverpool
17th Arena Birmingham, Birmingham

As part of their trip to the UK, Iron Chic will play headline shows in Leeds and Brighton.

17 The Haunt, Brighton
19 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds w/ Spoilers
20 Saint Luke’s, Glasgow* w/ Petrol Girls + Bratakus
21 Manchester Punk Festival, Manchester*
22 Swx, Bristol* w/ Jesus & His Judgemental Father
23 The Lexington, London w/ Mobina Galore
* w/ Propagandhi

Our Hollow, Our Home have announced a UK headline tour. Support comes from InVisions and HighRise.

22nd B2 Venue, Norwich
23rd The Joiners, Southampton
24th Cavern, Exeter
25th The Flapper, Birmingham
26th The Black Heart, London
27th The Key Club, Leeds
28th The Maze, Nottingham
29th The Booking Hal, Dover

Puppy have been announced as special guests for Turbowolf’s March UK tour.

09 Academy 3, Manchester
10 Stereo, Glasgow
11 O2 Academy 2, Newcastle
13 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
14 Scala, London
15 Bierkeller, Bristol

El Morgan and the Divers will touring throughout the UK in the coming months.

02 The Quadrant, Brighton
03 The Lock Tavern, London
04 The Portland Arms, Cambridge
06 Pop Recs, Sunderland
07 The Castle Hotel, Manchester
08 Mozarts, Swansea
09 The Old Bookshop, Bristol
10 Beerwolf, Falmouth
11 The Junction, Plymouth
12 Southsea Sound, Portsmouth
03 The Coast Cafe, Worthing
04 DIY Space, London
05 The Angel Microbrewery, Nottingham
06 Wharf Chambers, Leeds
07 Leith Depot, Edinburgh
08 Conroy’s Basement, Dundee
09 TBC, Glasgow
10 Empty Shop, Durham
11 Le Pub, Newport
12 The Cavern, Exeter
14 Washed Out Fest, Brighton

Watford punk rockers Funeral Shakes have announced a UK headline tour for this coming April.

04 Cobblestones, Bridgewater
05 Red Room, Nottingham
06 Sunbird Records, Darwen (Free Entry)
07 Broadcast, Glasgow
08 Woolpack, Doncaster (Free Entry)
09 Night People, Manchester
10 Thousand Island, London (Free Entry)
11 Louisiana, Bristol

The Fallen State have announced a UK headline tour for this Spring.

24 The Underground, Plymouth
25 Cavern, Exeter
26 o2 Academy 2, London
29 The Brook, Southampton
30 The Woolpack Live, Doncaster
31 Rock City Basement, Nottingham
01 Jumpin’ Jacks, Newcastle
03 Factory 251, Manchester
04 Bannermans, Edinburgh
05 o2 Academy 3, Birmingham
07 The Palladium, Bideford

Canadian punk-metallers Sumo Cyco will return to the UK in March for a headline run. Support comes from Skarlett Riot.

14 Live Rooms, Chester
15 Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
16 Corporation, Sheffield
17 Pwllheli, HAMMERFEST Wales
19 Think Tank, Newcastle
20 Audio, Glasgow
21 Rebellion, Manchester
22 Asylum 2, Birmingham
23 Cobblestones, Bridgwater
25 Anvil, Bournemouth
26 Boston Music Room, London
27 Talking Heads, Southampton

South London duo VLMV will support the release of their debut album ‘Stranded, Not Lost’ on February 16th, with a run of UK shows in March.

16 Archspace, London (Album Launch Show)
22 Glad Cafe, Glasgow
23 The Fox & Newt, Leeds
24 Dubrek Studios, Derby
25 Prince Albert, Brighton

Newcastle-based pop-punks Northern Horizon have announced a run of headline shows for this April. They’ll be joined by Teeside alt/pop-punk five-piece Northshore.

24 13th Note, Glasgow
25 Jumpin’ Jacks, Newcastle
26 Old Town House, Warrington
27 Cogs Bar, Birmingham
28 The Bobbin, Lancaster
29 The Venue, Selby (Pop-Punk Pileup Festival)

In The News

Reggae rockers Skindred​ have announced their seventh album will be called ‘Big Tings’. It’s set to be released on April 27th via Napalm Records​.

Influential Swedish death metal band At The Gates will return on May 18th with a new album titled ‘To Drink From The Night Itself’ via Century Media.

San Diego-based punk rock band Hot Snakes have shared details of their first album in 14 years. ‘Jericho Sirens’ will be released on March 16th via Sub Pop Records.

1. I Need a Doctor
2. Candid Cameras
3. Why Don’t It Sink In?
4. Six Wave Hold-Down
5. Jericho Sirens
6. Death Camp Fantasy
7. Having Another?
8. Death Doula
9. Psychoactive
10. Death of a Sportsman

Bleed From Within have confirmed they will be returning with a new album titled ‘Era’. It will be released through Century Media on April 6th.

Mascot Label Group have signed San Diego rockers P.O.D. (Payable On Death).

Tangled Hair will return on March 16th with a new album called ‘We Do What We Can’.

1. Keep Doing What You’re Doing
2. Yeah, It Does Look Like A Spider
3. Nao Is My Driver
4. Werme
5. Catalina
6. Keith Nash
7. Turned Out Nice Again
8. Camera 1, Camera 2
9. Time Flies

Progressive metallers Between The Buried And Me have shared details of their new album. ‘Automata’ is a concept album, split across two volumes with ‘Automata I’ set to be released on March 9th through their new label – Sumerian Records.

1. Condemned to the Gallows
2. House Organ
3. Yellow Eyes
4. Millions
5. Gold Distance
6. Blot

Blackberry Smoke’s sixth studio album, ‘Find A Light’ is set for release on 6th April via Earache.

1. Flesh And Bone
2. Run Away From It All
3. The Crooked Kind
4. Medicate My Mind
5. I’ve Got This Song
6. Best Seat In The House
7. I’ll Keep Ramblin’ feat. Robert Randolph
8. Seems So Far
9. Lord Strike Me Dead
10. Let Me Down Easy feat. Amanda Shires
11. Nobody Gives A Damn
12. Till The Wheels Fall Off
13. Mother Mountain feat. The Wood Bros

L.A.-based garage-rock trio Teenage Wrist have detailed their debut album. ‘Chrome Neon Jesus’ will be released through Epitaph Records on March 9th.

1. Chrome Neon Jesus
2. Dweeb
3. Swallow
4. Stoned, Alone
5. Supermachine
6. Black Flamingo
7. Kibo
8. Rollerblades
9. Daylight
10. Spit
11. Waitress

Holy Roar Records have announced they will be working with sludgy alt-rockers Modern Rituals. A debut album will be released later in the year. It will be preceded by a single called ‘Hermit Kuppling’. Set for release on February 9th, it will include the b-side ‘The Engine’.

The Maple State​ have announced their new album, ‘The Things I Heard At The Party’ on 23rd March via Far Out Records.

1. The Things I Heard At The Party
2. Something In The Water
3. Cannonball
4. Africa
5. Cold Theatre II (Always You)
6. Winner
7. Not Enough
8. Sexy Jam
9. Deadline
10. The Motorbike And The Closest Of Calls

Devonshire rock trio Reigning Days have announced their debut album, ‘Eclipse’ will be released on 13th April, via Marshall Records.

1. Empire
2. Gravity
3. Chemical
4. Friendly Fire
5. The Boy Who Cried Wolf
6. My Sweet Love
7. Thrones
8. All I Wanna Do
9. Crazy Horse
10. Inhaler
11. Renegade
12. Do You Feel
13. Self Destruct
14. Sound Of The Future

Barely Civil​ have joined Take This To Heart Records. A debut LP, ‘We Can Live Here Forever’, will be released on March 2nd.

Danish black metal/shoegaze band MØL have joined Holy Roar Records. Their debut full-length, ‘Jord’, will be released on Friday, April 13th.

1. Storm
2. Penumbra
3. Bruma
4. Vakuum
5. Lambda
6. Ligament
7. Virga

Melbourne quintet Thornhill have joined UNFD. The alternative metalcore band will release their second EP, ‘Butterfly’, on February 16th.

London-based metallers Shields have joined Long Branch Records. A new single, ‘It’s Killing Me’, will be released on January 26th. It is the band’s first new material in nearly three years. A new album is also expected to be released later on this year.

Danish extreme metallers Cabal will release debut album, ‘Mark Of Rot’, on February 23rd via Long Branch Records.

Emerging Italian metalcore band Forbidden Seasons have revealed details of their debut album. ‘Promise’ will be released through This Is Core on March 16th.

1. Atlantis
2. Thank You For The Venom
3. Keys and Locks
4. Gravity Fall
5. Wormhole
6. The Human
7. Sorrow Won’t End
8. I’ve Seen The End In Your Eyes
9. The Rejected
10. Promise

SharpTone Records have welcomed Maryland / Virginia melodic hardcore band, Savage Hands, to the label. A debut EP, ‘Barely Alive’, is due for release on 2nd March.

“New Grave” band Ashestoangels will release a double album titled ‘A Trauma Shared’ on March 28th.

Side 1: A Trauma Shared
1. Borrowed Time
2. Believe In Me
3. One Last Glance
4. The Hardest Part
5. Mausoleum
6. Bones Part 1
7. One Of Us
8. Words You Wrote
9. Get Through This
10. Drown**
Side 0: The Unreliable Narrator
1. Tragic Songs
2. Never Made A Sound
3. Bones Part 2
4. I’ll Be The Dark
**previously unreleased

Gods Of Mount Olympus (featuring members of No Use For A Name, Unwritten Law, Street Dogs and Scorpios) will release a self-titled album through Bird Attack Records on February 16th.

Old school death metallers, Memoriam have confirmed their second album, ‘The Silent Vigil’, will be released on March 23rd through Nuclear Blast Records.

1. Soulless Parasite
2. Nothing Remains
3. From the Flames
4. The Silent Vigil
5. Bleed The Same
6. As Bridges Burn
7. The New Dark Ages
8. No Known Grave
9. Weaponised Fear

Californian death metal band Skeletal Remains will release their new album, ‘Devouring Mortality’, on April 13th via Century Media.

1. Ripperology
2. Seismic Abyss
3. Catastrophic Retribution
4. Devouring Mortality
5. Torture Labyrinth
6. Grotesque Creation
7. Parasitic Horrors
8. Mortal Decimation
9. Lifeless Manifestation
10. Reanimating Pathogen
11. Internal Detestation

St. Louis-based Discrepancies have signed with Invogue Records.

New Mexico pop-punk newcomers Right On, Kid! are set to release their debut EP, ‘Forever Missing Out’, on February 16th.

Durham, NC pop-punks The Second After have signed with Revival Recordings.

Festival News

The first round of acts for this year’s Camden Rocks Festival has been announced. Amongst the first names confirmed are Twin Atlantic, Raging Speedhorn, Sonic Boom Six, SHVPES, Freeze the Atlantic, Press to MECO, Ducking Punches, Gold Key, Canvas, Black Orchid Empire, Skarlett Riot and Better Than Never. Headliners come in the form of Maximo Park. Camden Rocks Festival takes place across various venues in Camden on June 2nd.


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