In Case You Missed It (21/05/2017)

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


The Mountain Goats – Goths
Tricot – 3
Higher Power – Soul Structure
Adult Mom – Soft Spots
Football, Etc – Corner
Unbowed – Through Endless Tides


Rise Against – House On Fire
Mogwai – Coolverine
Fort Hope – Class Of 99
Hit The Lights – Anthem
WACO – Coolangatta
Hundredth – Suffer
Mutoid Man – Bandages
Iced Earth – Great Heathen Army
INVSN – This Constant War
Envy On The Coast – Virginia Girls
Authority Zero – Bayside
Grieving – Brian Emo
Redwood – Night Garden
American Opera – Monsters Among Men
Cortes – Blame It On Me
Eternal Boy – Growing Pains
Jay Wud – Empire
Drown This City – Bend/Break

New Videos

Muse – Dig Down
All Time Low – Nice2KnoU
While She Sleeps – Empire Of Silence
Rancid – Telegraph Avenue
Waterparks – Plum Island
In This Moment – Oh Lord
Silverstein – Retrograde
SikTh – Golden Cufflinks
Blood Youth – What I’m Running From
WSTR – Eastbound & Down
Microwave – Roaches
Too Close To Touch – Miss Your Face
’68 – The Workers Are Few
DragonForce – Ashes of the Dawn
WEDNESDAY 13 – Cruel To You
Nineteen Fifty Eight – Under My Skin
Our Hollow, Our Home – Hartsick
As Lions – Skin (Rag’n’Bone Man Cover)
Ghouls – Facebook Friend
Donnie Willow – Toys
Smidley – Dead Retrievers
Coldfront – Everything You Want Me to Be
Siamese – Tunnelvision
InVisions – Purge
Across The Atlantic – 24 Hours
For The Win – Crash And Burn
For The Win – Dancing Shoes
Riviẽre – Symbol
Maypine – A Little Sooner
The Red Paintings – Deleted Romantic
Oh/Villain – Preacher
Perception – Monolith
Junior Astronomers – Laid Out
Joy In Motion – Falling Out

Tour News

Pvris will return to the UK in November for their biggest headline shows to date.

22nd o2 Academy, Bristol
23rd o2 Academy, Birmingham
24th The Academy, Dublin
25th Mandela Hall, Belfast
27th o2 Academy, Glasgow
28th Apollo, Manchester
30th o2 Brixton Academy, London

Marilyn Manson has announced five UK shows for later this year.

Mon 4 O2 Apollo, Manchester
Tue 5 O2 Academy, Glasgow
Wed 6 Civic Hall, Wolverhampton
Fri 8 Centre, Newport
Sat 9 SSE Arena Wembley, London

Influential 90s emo band Cap’n Jazz will play shows in London this November.

07 Moth Club, London
08 Electric Ballroom, London

Manchester Orchestra will play an intimate acoustic set at The Lexington in London on Wednesday June 7th.

Defeater have announced several UK headline shows (and one Irish show) between their appearances at ArcTanGent and Reading and Leeds Festival.

19 Arctangent Festival, Bristol
20 The Flapper, Birmingham
21 Audio, Glasgow
22 The Star & Garter, Manchester
23 Whelan’s, Dublin
24 Voodoo, Belfast
25 Underground, Plymouth
26 Reading Festival
27 Leeds Festival

BlessTheFall have announced a UK headline tour for this Autumn.

26 Fibbers, York
27 Think Tank, Newcastle
28 G2, Glasgow
29 Rebellion, Manchester
30 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
02 Underworld, London
03 The Fleece, Bristol
04 Talking Heads, Southampton

Thy Art Is Murder have announced a UK headline tour for this October. They will be joined by After The Burial, Oceano and Justice For The Damned.

3rd Cardiff Uni, Cardiff
4th Key Club, Leeds
5th Garage, Glasgow
6th Club Academy, Manchester
7th O2 Academy 2, Birmingham
8th The Electric Ballroom, London
9th Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

As Lions have announced a lengthy UK tour for this September.

9th Hobo’s, Bridgend
10th Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
12th Rock City Basement, Nottingham
13th Louisiana, Bristol
14th Forum, Tunbridge Wells
15th Waterfront, Norwich
17th Live Rooms, Chester
18th Flapper, Birmingham
20th Key Club, Leeds
21st Jumpin Jacks, Newcastle
22nd Garage Attic, Glasgow
23rd Sugarmill, Stoke
25th Rebellion, Manchester
26th Booking Hall, Dover
27th Anvil, Bournemouth
28th Joiners, Southampton
29th Firebug, Leicester
30th Old Blue Last, London

Boston punks Energy have announced they will be returning this summer for a headline tour. They will be joined by Miss Vincent.

29 Satans Hollow, Manchester

30 Arts Club, Liverpool
31 The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
01 Audio, Glasgow
02 Jumping Jacks, Newcastle
04 Key Club, Leeds
05 The Maze, Nottingham
06 Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
07 The Anvil, Bournemouth
08 The Booking Hall, Dover
09 O2 Islington2, London

Emerging UK rockers, Big Spring, have announced their first ever UK headline tour. The Brighton four-piece will also be playing 2000 Trees Festival, Hit The Deck Festival and Fort Fest.

Fri 07 Cookie, Leicester
Sun 09 Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
Wed 19 Black Heart, London
Thu 20 Joiners, Southampton
Mon 24 Bodega Social Club, Nottingham
Tue 25 Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
Wed 26 Horn, St Albans
Thu 27 Hope And Ruin, Brighton

Dutch progressive metal band, Textures, have announced they will be breaking up after a final UK/EU tour.

15th Rebellion, Manchester
16th Voodoo Lounge, Dublin
17th G2, Glasgow
18th Underworld, London

Brighton pop-punks Maypine will follow the release of their new EP, ‘In The Back of My Mind’, with a new UK tour in August.

Fri 04 Hope & Ruin, Brighton (Maypine only)
Sat 05 Mulberry Tavern, Sheffield
Sun 06 Creepy Wee Pub, Dunfermline (Acoustic/afternoon set)
Sun 06 The Attic/The Garage, Glasgow^
Tue 08 Retro Bar, Manchester^
Thu 10 The Shed, Leicester&
Fri 11 The Thunderbolt, Bristol&
Sat 12 The Attic, Torquay&
Sun 13 The Joiners, Southampton&
Mon 14 The Black Heart, Camden&
Tue 15 The Attic, Ashford&
Wed 16th TJ’s, Eastbourne*
& w/ Better Than Never
^ w/ Coast To Coast

The Colour Line have announced a farewell UK tour.

30th The Frog, Worksop
1st Santiagos, Leeds
2nd The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow
3rd Satans Hollow, Manchester
5th Sanctuary, Basingstoke
6th Ex Servicemans Club, Corby
8th Tech Fest, Newark (Show date TBC)
5th August
Humber Street Sesh, Hull

In The News

In This Moment have announced their sixth album will be called ‘Ritual’. It will be released on July 21st via Roadrunner Records / Atlantic Records.

Ontario, Canada’s post-hardcore heavyweights, Silverstein have revealed details of their new album. ‘Dead Reflection’ will be released on July 14th via Rise Records.

1. Last Looks
2. Retrograde
3. Lost Positives
4. Ghost
5. Aquamarine
6. Mirror Box
7. Demons
8. The Afterglow
9. Cut and Run
10. Secret’s Safe
11. Whiplash
12. Wake Up

Influential Scottish art-rock group Mogwai have set a release date of September 1st for their new album, ‘Every Country’s Sun’. It will be released through Temporary Residence Ltd.

1. Coolverine
2. Party In The Dark
3. Brain Sweeties
4. Crossing The Road Material
5. aka 47
6. 20 Size
7. 1000 Foot Face
8. Don’t Believe The Fife
9. Battered At The Scramble
10. Old Poisons
11. Every Country’s Sun

Evarose have announced they are splitting up.

Mathcore quartet The Colour Line have decided to call it a day.

Up-and-coming UK pop-punk band, Maypine will releasea new EP called ‘In The Back of My Mind’ on August 4th via Disconnect Disconnect Records.

St Louis, MO’s Choir Vandals have signed with Animal Style Records. A new album, ‘Dark Glow’ will be released on July 14th.

Emerging Danish rockers Siamese have detailed their new album. ‘Shameless’ will be released on June 23rd via Artery Recordings.

1. Ablaze
2. Tunnelvision
3. One Night Thing
4. Soul & Chemicals
5. Brother
6. My Turn
7. The Promise
8. Make It Out
9. Cities

Alabama pop-rock band Jule Vera will release their debut album ‘Waiting On The Sun’ via Weekday Records.

01. Show Me
02. Something Good
03. 10000 Hours
04. Bad Company
05. Lifeline
06. Porch Swing
07. Cruel Life
08. Running
09. Waiting
10. Can’t Help

Victory Records have welcomed heavy pop-punk band For The Win. They will release their new album, ‘Heavy Thoughts’, this August.

Berkshire indie/emo band Redwood will be re-releasing their ‘Blood Moon’ EP on 12" vinyl through Blind Reader Records.

01. Blood Moon
02. Yellow Light
03. Equinox
04. Winter, The First
05. Haunted
06. Night Garden
07. Aster

Rising York metalcore band, InVisions have announced their debut album. ‘Never Nothing’ will be released on August 18th.

1. Torment
2. Turn Up
3. The Haunting
4. For What It’s Worth
5. The Damaged Ones
6. Faced By A Stranger
7. Serenity
8. Soul Seeker
9. Hate Me (Forsake Me)
10. Purge
11. Faith In Another
12. Illusionist

SharpTone Records have welcomed San Antonio, Texas pop-punk/hardcore band, Across The Atlantic to the label. Their debut album is slated for a summer release.

Dubai-based rockers Jay Wud will release a new album called ‘Transitions’ on 30th June.

London metallers, Bad Solution, will release their debut album, ‘The War Within’ on August 4th.

1. Drowning
2. Nothing (You Don’t Know Me)
3. Demon In My Bed
4. Self Destruct
5. Echoes Of The Cry
6. The Last Lie
7. Desert Rock
8. Dear Sarah
9. FOD
10. White Washed

Festival News

The line-up for 2000 Tress Festival’s Forest sessions stage has been announced. It sees previously announced bands along with some exclusive Forest Session stage only acts. Festival co-headliners Nothing But Thieves, Lower Than Atlantis, and Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes will all be playing acoustic sets. While Deaf Havana, Mallory Knox, The Menzingers, Honeyblood, Pulled Apart By Horses, Kevin Devine, Tigercub, Black Foxxes and Jonah Matranga are the other previously announced acts playing second sets on the Forest Session stage. The exclusive sets come from Hundred Reasons, Aaron West and The Roaring Twenties, Ben Marwood, Tellison, Jim Lockey, Bare Knuckle Parade and Non Canon.

Bloodstock Festival has added 10 more bands to this summer’s line-up. It sees Devilment, Battle Beast, Devil’s Playground, Merithian, Enslavement, Ba’al, zhOra, Mist, Heathen Deity and Shrouded joining the likes of Ghost, Amon Amarth, Megadeth, Hatebreed, Arch Enemy and more.

The first set of acts for Nottingham’s Macmillan Fest 2017 have been announced. Headliners come in the form of The Treatment. Napoleon, Skarlett Riot, Our Hollow, Our Home, Holding Absence, Carcer City, Anavae, Catch Fire, Borders, High Tides, and Little Bribes are some of the names confirmed so far. It will take place on Saturday, September 2nd across several venues; Rock City Basement, Rescue Rooms, Stealth, Spanky Van Dykes and Tap ‘N’ Tumbler.

Leeds DIY unk/indie fest Scene Better Days has announced it’s line-up for this August’s two day event. It includes the likes of Cowtown, Colour Me Wednesday, Onsind, The Kimberly Steaks, Naomi Stephens (Martha, No Ditching), Down and Outs, Ganglions, Bad Feeling and more. Scene Better Days takes place at Wharf Chambers in Leeds from the 11th to the 12th August. Tickets can be purchased here.


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