In Case You Missed It (23/07/2017)

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


Trapped Under Ice – Heatwave
People Like You – Verse
Shattered Sun – The Evolution Of Anger
vvomen – Moving On EP
As Paradise Falls – Digital Ritual
En Route – Then Is A Song


Nine Inch Nails – This Isn’t The Place
Crossfaith – Diavolos
The Bronx – Sore Throat
Four Year Strong – Heroes Get Remembered, Legends Never Die (Unplugged)
The Contortionist – Absolve
Sløtface – Pitted
Tigercub – The Divided States Of Us
The Darkness – All The Pretty Girls
White Moth Black Butterfly – The Serpent
Samoans – Patience
Burn – Ill Together
The Summer War – Every Day, Again, Again
Chekhov’s Gun – Leave Just Smoke
Shaman’s Harvest – Broken Ones
Flynn Effect – Give In To Me

New Videos

Linkin Park – Talking To Myself
Prophets of Rage – Living On The 110
Milk Teeth – Prism
In This Moment – In The Air Tonight
Thy Art Is Murder – The Son of Misery
Descendents – Without Love
CKY – Replaceable
Culture Abuse – So Busted
Arcane Roots – Off The Floor
Nothing But Thieves – Sorry
Andy Black (feat. Juliet Simms) – When We Were Young
Grayscale – Love Yourself
Captain, We’re Sinking – Don’t Show Bill
Propagandhi – Victory Lap
Petrol Girls – Fang
Quiet Lions – Stronger Than Before
Between You & Me – Overthinking
Powerflo – Where I Stay
Rain – Petrichor
Across The Atlantic – Playing For Keeps
Thelma – Spool
Courage My Love – Animal Heart
Black Star Riders – Cold War Love
The Haunted – Spark
Witterquick – Lie To Me
This Year’s Ghost – The Great Divide of Head and Heart
Scout Killers – Keep Telling Me Lies
Simo – People Say
American Opera – Jack Pine
Dead Girls Academy – I’ll Find A Way
Faces Of Eve – Dreamcatcher
The Playbook – Reach

Tour News

With their new album, ‘As You Please’ set for release on October 8th on Run For Cover, Citizen have announced a short run of UK dates. Support comes from Honey Lung.

03 Deaf Institute, Manchester
04 Bodega, Nottingham
05 Bush Hall, London

Northlane have announced a UK tour with support coming from ERRA, Invent, Animate and Ocean Grove.

25 Electric Ballroom, London
26 Academy 2, Manchester
27 Garage, Glasgow
28 O2 Academy 2, Birmingham
29 Stylus, Leeds
30 Marble Factory, Bristol
01 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

Dinosaur Jr. and Cloud Nothings will play several UK dates together in December.

10 The Art School, Glasgow
11 The Art School, Glasgow
13 Roundhouse, London
14 Gorilla, Manchester
16 Gorilla, Manchester
17 Gorilla, Manchester

Julien Baker has added several dates to her forthcoming UK/IRE tour.

06 The Lantern, Bristol
07 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
08 CCA, Glasgow
09 Whelans, Dublin
10 Union Chapel, London (SOLD OUT)

Brutality Will Prevail will be heading out on a headline UK tour in the Autumn.

21 The Louisana, Bristol
22 The Camden Assembly, London
23 Gullivers, Manchester
24 The Anvil, Bournemouth
05 The Parish, Huddersfield
06 The Garage, Glasgow
07 Church, Dundee
10 Jumpin’ Jack’s, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

Californian metallers Nails have announced headline shows in Glasgow and London around their appearance at Damnation Festival.

3 Cathouse, Glasgow
4 Damantion Festival, Leeds
5 The Underworld, London

Texan quartet Nothing More will follow the release of ‘The Stories We Tell Ourselves’ in September, with a short run of UK dates at the end of the year.

Wed 6 Dingwalls, London
Fri 8 O2 Institute 3, Birmingham
Sat 9 The Cathouse, Glasgow
Sun 10 Sound Control, Manchester

Wolf Down, Capsize and Renounced have been announced to support Stray from the Path on their upcoming run of UK shows this October.

05 The Underworld, London
06 The Key Club, Leeds
07 G2, Glasgow
08 Rebellion, Manchester
09 The Globe, Cardiff
10 Mama Roux’s, Birmingham

Good Tiger and Gold Key have been announced a support for Arcane Roots’ October UK tour.

Thu 5 Scala, London
Fri 6 Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton
Sat 7 Academy 3, Manchester
Sun 8 King Tuts, Glasgow
Mon 9 Empire Music Hall, Belfast
Wed 11 Ireland, Whelans, Dublin
Fri 13 Arts Club, Liverpool
Sat 14 The Haunt, Brighton
Sun 15 The Fleece, Bristol

Fangclub will follow up the release of their self-titled album on August 4th with a headline tour in September.

2nd Bingley Music Festival
5th Stereo, Glasgow
6th The Mash House, Edinburgh
7th Think Tank, Newcastle
8th The Brudenell (Games Room), Leeds
9th Fallow Cafe, Manchester
11th Bodega, Nottingham
12th The Sunflower, Birmingham
13th The Cellar, Oxford
14th Purple Turtle, Reading
15th Thousand Island, London
16th The Joker, Brighton
19th Roisin Dubh Upstairs, Galway
20th Mike The Pies, Listowel
21st Cyprus Avenue, Cork
27th McHughs, Belfast
28th Kasbah Social Club, Limerick
29th Whelans, Dublin (Matinee All Ages)
29th Whelans, Dublin

Slaughter Beach, Dog (Jake Ewald of Modern Baseball) will be coming over to the UK for three shows in September.

03 Partizan, Manchester
04 Servants Jazz Quarters, London
05 Servants Jazz Quarters, London

New Orleans hardcore/punk band PEARS will play a short run of headline shows around their appearance at next month’s Rebellion Festival.

01 Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
02 Retro Bar, Manchester
03 Rebellion Festival, Blackpool
04 New Cross Inn, London

Manchester three-piece False Advertising have announced an Autumn UK tour. A limited EP, ‘I Would Be So Much Happier If I Just Stopped Caring’, will be available on cassette during the tour.

15 Head For The Hills Festival
22 John Peel Centre, Stowmarket
23 Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
28 The Old Blue Last, London (Free Entry)
29 Green Door Store, Brighton
30 Bassment, Chelmsford
06 The Star, Guildford
07 The Sanctuary, Basingstoke
12 Indie Week Europe, Manchester
13 The Empty Shop, Durham
14 Little Buildings, Newcastle
15 Independent, Sunderland
20 Live Rooms, Chester
21 Swn Festival, Cardiff
26 The New Adelphi Club, Hull
30 Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham

In The News

We are truly saddened to report Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington has died. He was 41 years old. Further details on this story can be read here.

Due to production issues, PVRIS have pushed back the release date of their new album, ‘All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell’. It will now be released on August 25th via Rise Records.

The Bronx will release their fifth album ‘V’ on September 22nd via Cooking Vinyl/ATO Records.

01. Night Drop At The Glue Factory
02. Stranger Danger
03. Side Effects
04. Fill The Tanks
05. Channel Islands
06. Two Birds
07. Sore Throat
08. Past Away
09. Cordless Kids
10. Broken Arrow
11. Kingsize

Four Year Strong have revealed plans to release an unplugged and rarities record titled ‘Some Of You Will Like This, Some Of You Won’t’. It will be released on 8th September via Pure Noise Records.

1. It Must Really Suck To Be Four Year Strong Right Now
2. Heroes Get Remembered, Legends Never Die
3. Go Down In History
4. We All Float Down Here
5. Nice to Know
6. Who Cares
7. Let Me Down Again
8. Stuck in the Middle
9. Abandon Ship
10. Your Ego is Writing Checks Your Body Can’t Cash
11. This Summer Session
12. For Our Fathers

Canadian punk legends Propagandhi will return on September 29th with their seventh album – ‘Victory Lap’ via Epitaph Records.

1. Victory Lap
2. Comply/Resist
3. Cop Just Out of Frame
4. When All Your Fears Collide
5. Letters to a Young Anus
6. Lower Order (A Good Laugh)
7. Failed Imagineer
8. Call Before You Dig
9. Nigredo
10. In Flagrante Delicto
11. Tartuffe
12. Adventures in Zoochosis

Crossfaith have announced they will release a digital EP called ‘Freedom’ through UNFD on August 4th.

1. Freedom (feat. Rou Reynolds of Enter Shikari)
2. Rockstar Steady (feat. JESSE of THE BONEZ / RIZE)
3. Diavolos

The Darkness’ fifth album will be called ‘Pinewood Smile’. It is due for release October 6th through Cooking Vinyl.

1. All The Pretty Girls
2. Buccaneers Of Hispaniola
3. Solid Gold
4. Southern Trains
5. Why Don’t The Beautiful Cry?
6. Japanese Prisoner Of Love
7. Lay Down With Me, Barbara
8. I Wish I Was In Heaven
9. Happiness
10. Stampede Of Love

Tigercub have announced plans to release a new EP called ‘Evolve or Die’. The EP was revealed to fans by secret pre-order letters sent to fans. It will be available through Alcopop Records on September 29th as a rare “pay-what-you-want” vinyl release. It will also be available through various digital platforms.

Reading metallers High Hopes have announced Mitchell Bock has joined them as their new vocalist.

Technical post-hardcore prospects Faces Of Eve are set to release their debut self-titled LP on August 25th.

1. Sanctuary For Hξavy Hξarts
2. Drξam Catchξr
3. Colours
4. IV
5. Thξ Bird Cagξ
6. Lovξlξss
7. Rail/grit/linξ
8. As Abovξ
9. So Bξlow

Rise Records have welcomed Texas metalcore group Kublai Khan. Their label debut, ‘Nomad’, will be released on September 29th.

Welsh quartet Samoans have detailed their forthcoming second album ‘Laika’. It’s due to be released on 29th September via Apres Vous Records.

1. Second Tongue
2. Monuments
3. Blindsided
4. Template For A New Identity
5. Terra
6. Future Ghost
7. Patience
8. Satellites
9. Forcefield
10. Broken Hands
11. Counting Backwards
12. People Against People Against Progress (bonus digital track)

Hopeless Records have welcomed Aussie quintet Between You And Me.

Emo-rock/post-pop Floral Print has joined Tiny Engines. Their debut album, ‘Mirror Stages’ will be released on October 20th.

1. Sweepstakes Life
2. Egg Rites
3. Choke Me
4. Kevin
5. Dog
6. Mirror Stages
7. Yesterday’s Grammar
8. Morning With Ophelia
9. Broad Street Visitor’s Center

Dutch progressive rock band Kayak has signed a worldwide deal with InsideOutMusic. The band’s seventeenth studio album is entitled ‘Seventeen’ and is set for release on January 12th, 2018.

Los Angeles rock outfit Dead Girls Academy have joined Victory Records.

Lancaster, PA’s Sleepy Limbs will release a self-titled EP on September 22nd via Know Hope Records.

1. Sunspot Eyes
2. Sweet and Sour
3. Float On
4. Tron
5. Out Of Body

Festival News

The final bands for the Bloodstock Festival has been announced. It sees Venom Prison being added to the Ronnie James Dio main stage. Other names announced are Red Rum, Xentrix, Raze The Void, K-Lacura, Embodiment, hoofKnuckle, Hundred Year Old Man, SwitchBlade City, Sentience, Netherhall, Seething Akira, Battalions and UNITRA.


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