In Case You Missed It (23/04/2017)

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

Terror – The Walls Will Fall EP
The Other Stars – The Day We Met
Harsh Realms / Coma Commander – Split
No Omega – Culture

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Rise Against – The Violence
Have Mercy – Baby Grand
All Time Low – Longview (Green Day cover)
Pierce The Veil – Coming Clean (Green Day cover)
Balance and Composure – Run From Me
Joyce Manor – NBTSA
State Champs – Secrets (Acoustic)
He Is Legend – Gold Dust
Hot Rod Circuit – Default Setting
Blood Command – (The World Covered In) Purple Shrouds
Create To Inspire – Sickness
Patent Pending – Spice Up Your Life
The Afghan Whigs – Arabian Heights
Big Spring – Cold Foot
Sibling – Love/Sick
tricot – Melon Soda
Incendiary – Fact Or Fiction
Dialects – When You Die, You’re Truly Alone
See Through Dresses – Violet
Spencer Radcliffe & Everyone Else – Smoker’s Paradise
Blessed – II
Northern Ghost – Deathwish
Stay Inside – Blockbussa
Hollow – Anomaly
The Great Enough – Can You Relate?

New Videos

Paramore – Hard Times
While She Sleeps – Feel
Set It Off – Hypnotized
Gnarwolves – Straitjacket
Face to Face – Say What You Want
The Winter Passing – Significance
The Flatliners – Hang My Head
VUKOVI – Weirdo
CHON – Sleepy Tea
Tim Kasher – No Secret
Volumes – Left For Dead
Eighteen Visions – Oath
Our Last Night – Shape Of You (Ed Sheeran cover)
Bad Sign – Square One
WACO – Mother Mercy
Patent Pending – Wasted / Wake Me Up
Petrol Girls – Touch Me Again
Throwing Stuff – Father’s Day
The Obsessives – You’re My God
Inklings – Let It Out
Meat Wave – Bad Man
3teeth – Shutdown
Fire From The Gods – The Voiceless
Death Remains – Hardships
Gideon – Cursed (ft. Bryan Garris of Knocked Loose)
From Sorrow To Serenity – Golden Age
Peaness – Same Place
Capture – Dingbats
The Night Flight Orcestra – Gemini
Artificial Language – These Aren’t Mirages
Esprit D’Air – Guiding Light
Order of Voices – Long For Air
Borders – Analyst
The Haxans – Vampira (Misfits cover)
Skarlett Riot – Feel
Oceans – What You Did To Me
Andrew Paley – Come Home
American Standards – Carpe Diem Tomorrow
Love Talk – Her Name Is Jenny
All Ears Avow – Hurricane
One Man Boycott – Stockholm Swing

Tour News

Paramore will follow the release of ‘After Laughter’ with a run of shows in the UK and Ireland. Tickets go on sale April 28th.

15 Olympia,‪ Dublin, Ireland
16 Waterfront, Belfast
18 O2 Apollo, Manchester
19 Royal Albert Hall, London
21 Colston Hall, Bristol
22 Usher Hall, Edinburgh

The Wonder Years will follow their appearance at the 2000 Trees Festival by playing two headline shows in Nottingham and Kingston. They will be joined by Muncie Girls and The Dirty Nil, with Beach Slang being the main support at the Rock City, Nottingham show.

8th Rock City, Nottingham
9th Hippodrome, Kingston Upon Thames

While She Sleeps have rescheduled next Monday’s show at St Pancras Old Church for September 4th.

Although they have only just kicked off their tour alongside The Menzingers, The Flatliners have announced they will be returning to the UK in October for a headline run.

12th The Hope, Brighton
13th Joiners, Southampton
14th The Exchange, Bristol
15th Rebellion, Manchester
17th Think Tank, Newcastle
18th Stereo, Glasgow
19th Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
20th Bodega, Nottingham
21st Boston Music Rooms, London
22nd Fighting Cocks, Kingston

Kevin Devine has announced several solo shows around his appearance at the 2000 Trees Festival and Truck Festival.

07 Fighting Cocks, Kingston
08 2000 Trees Festival, Cheltenham
10 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
11 Surf Castle, Newcastle
12 Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
13 Joiners, Southampton
23 Truck Festival, Steventon

Code Orange have announced a one-off UK headline show. It will take place at The Haunt in Brighton on June 8th. Tickets go on sale on Monday, April 24th.

PWR BTTM have announced a show at KOKO London for September 1st. It will follow appearances at the Reading Festival, Leeds Festival and End Of The Road Festival.

Black Foxxes will play a one-off show at London’s Tufnell Park Dome on September 29th.

The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus will be touring the UK in July. They will be joined by Veridian.

12 G2, Glasgow
13 Key Club, Leeds
14 O2 Institute 3, Birmingham
15 Borderline, London

Big D and The Kids Table will be returning to the UK in July for four dates.

21 The Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
22 The Cellar Bar, Stafford
23 Level Up Festival, London
24 The Exchange, Bristol

Bristol indie punks, Caves, will follow the release of ‘Always Why’ on April 28th, with a run of UK shows.

06 Deadpunk Special, Bristol*+^~
08 Retro Bar, Manchester* w/ Smother
09 81 Renshaw St., Liverpool
10 Gwdihŵ, Cardiff~ w/ Airstream Futures, Deadlines + Fallow
11 The Phoenix, Exeter^ w/ American Enthusiasm
12 Green Door Store, Brighton
13 Diy Space For London, London* w/ Alimony Hustle + Finish Flag
05 Edge Of The Wedge, Porstmouth w/ Just Blankets, Austerity + Cyprian Centre
* w/ Slingshot Dakota + Petal
+ w/ Crumbs
^ w/ Young Adventurers
~ w/ No Weather Talks

Australia’s The Red Paintings have announced a UK and Ireland tour that will take place in June.

Sun 04 Dingwalls, London
Mon 05 Louisiana, Bristol
Wed 07 Sanctuary, Basingstoke
Thu 08 The Underground, Plymouth
Fri 09 Frog & Fiddle, Cheltenham
Sat 10 Leo’s Red Lion, Gravesend
Sun 11 Mulberry Tavern, Sheffield
Mon 12 Subside, Birmingham
Wed 14 The Gypsy Rose, Dublin
Fri 16 Lounge 41, Workington (Free Entry)
Sat 17 Raffs Bar, Wellingborough
Sun 18 Willowman Festival, Thirsk
Mon 19 Bodega, Nottingham
Tue 20 Opium, Edinburgh
Wed 21 Broadcast, Glasgow
Fri 23 The Redd Suite, Dundee
Sat 24 Cobblestones, Bridgwater

In The News

Paramore will return with a new album called ‘After Laughter’ on May 12th via Fueled By Ramen.

1. Hard Times
2. Rose-Colored Boy
3. Told You So
4. Forgiveness
5. Fake Happy
6. 26
7. Pool
8. Grudges
9. Caught In The Middle
10. Idle Worship
11. No Friend
12. Tell Me How

Ahead of their UK arena tour, Iron Maiden have released a new mobile game called ‘Legacy of the Beast’.

Rise Against will return with a new album titled ‘Wolves’ on June 9th via Virgin Records.

1. Wolves
2. House On Fire
3. The Violence
4. Welcome To The Breakdown
5. Far From Perfect
6. Bulls***
7. Politics of Love
8. Parts Per Million
9. Mourning in Amerika
10. How Many Walls
11. Miracle

Eighteen Visions have made a come back. They will release a new album, ‘XVIII’, on June 2nd via Rise Records.

1. Crucified
2. The Disease, The Decline, and Wasted Time
3. Underneath My Gun
4. Live Again
5. Laid To Waste in the Shit of Man
6. Oath
7. Spit
8. Picture Perfect
9. Fake Leather Jacket
10. For This I Sacrifice

The Heavy Music Awards have added over 200 names to its judging panal, including names from Earache, Uiversal, Eleven Seven, Sony Music, Groezrock, Uprawr, Red Bull Records, Hopeless Records, Impericon and many more.

Airbourne have announced guitarist Matt ‘Harri’ Harrison has joined the band, following the departure of David Roads.

Paradise Lost have revealed their new album will be called ‘Medusa’. It will be released through Nuclear Blast at the end of summer.

Patent Pending have announced a covers album called ‘Other People’s Greatest Hits’. It will be released on May 26th via Rude Records.

1. All Time Low
2. Can’t Take My Eyes Off You
3. Livin’ La Vida Loca
4. Mr. Brightside
5. Never Gonna Give You Up
6. See You Again
7. Shape Of You
8. Shout Out To My Ex
9. Spice Up Your Life
10. Wasted Wake Me Up

Bad Sign have announced their debut album ‘Live & Learn’, will be released on July 14th on Basick Records.

San Diego, California prog-rockers CHON are set to release their new album, ‘Homey’, through Sumerian Records on June 16th.

01. Sleepy Tea
02. Waterslide
03. CHONxGoYama: Berry Streets
04. No Signal
05. Checkpoint
06. CHONxLophile: Nayhoo (feat. Masego)
07. Here and There
08. The Space
09. CHONxGiraffage: Feel This Way
10. Continue?
11. CHONxROM: Glitch
12. Wave Bounce

Sibling have confirmed their second EP will be called ‘Dream You Away’. It will be released through Close to Home on June 30th.

Cosmic punks WACO will return on June 2nd with a new EP entitled ‘Deathless’ via Venn Records.

Los Angeles industrial band 3teeth will be releasing a new album, ’’, on May 19th via OME Records.

1. Divine Weapon
2. Pit Of Fire
3. Atrophy
4. Oblivion Coil
5. Shutdown
6. Degrade
7. Tower Of Disease
8. Tabula Umbra
9. Voiceless
10. SlaveGod
11. Insubstantia
12. B.O.A.
13. Away From Me

Recent SharpTone Records signees, Connecticut metalcore/djent band Currents have announced their debut album, ‘The Place I Feel Safest’, will be released on June 16th.

Tragic Hero Records have welcomed Northern Ghost to their roster.

Festival News

The lineup for the Uprawr Stage at next month’s Slam Dunk Festival has been announced. It will see acoustic solo performances from I Am the Avalanche, Nightmare of You, Grumble Bee, Louise Distras, The Lion and the Wolf and Lizzy Farrall.

Six new names have been added to this summer’s Bloodstock Festival; Blind Haze, ,B>Arthemis, GODS, Season’s End, Endeavour and Blind River.

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have been added to this summer’s Rebellion Punk Music Festival.

Biffy Clyro, You Me At Six, Twin Atlantic and Royal Blood are amongst the names to be announced for BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend. It takes place Burton Constable Hall, Hull on May 27th and 28th.

The first wave of bands for The Fest 16 has been announced. It sees a whole host of names playing Gainesville, Florida event in October, including Against Me! (performing ‘Reinventing Axl Rose’), Hot Water Music, Snapcase, The Smoking Popes, Beach Slang, Off With Their Heads, A Wilhelm Scream, Allison Weiss, Dead Bars, Drug Church, The Flatliners, Ghouls, Iron Chic, Kamikaze Girls, and Meat Wave.


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