In Case You Missed It (23/10/2016)

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

Sorority Noise and The World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die – Split EP
Planes Mistaken for Stars – Prey
All Get Out – Nobody Likes A Quitter
Teen Suicide – Bonus EP
Mannequin Pussy – Romantic
Redwood – Blood Moon EP
Finch – Unreleased Demos & B-sides
Finch Demos (2015)

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Lamb of God – The Duke
Frank Iero and The Patience – Oceans
Tigercub – Burning Effigies
Celeb Car Crash – Hello, Morning
Elephant Stone – Manipulator
Varvara – Human Being
Kiska – 68
A Sense of Gravity – Shadowed Lines
Forever Cult – See Thru
Hey Gigantic – Close to the Sun
Feed Them To The Forest –
Six Seasons and a Movie

Speak Low If You Speak Love – Kill (Jimmy Eat World cover)

New Videos

Blink-182 – She’s Out Of Her Mind
Moose Blood – Cheek
Ghost – The Summoning VI: The Proceedings Intensify
Oathbreaker – Immortals
Johnny Foreigner – Flooding
Young Legionnaire – Heart Attack
Seaway – Slam
WSTR – Footprints
Speak The Truth… Even If Your Voice Shakes – Crash My Car
Safe To Say – Tangerine
Sleep On It – See You Around
Rob Lynch – Runaway
Dearist – Geneocide
The Superweaks – I’ll See Myself Out
VASA – Burst
Redwood – Haunted
We Came From Wolves – Places Unfamiliar
Cove – Buried
Tigress – Power Lines
Praise – Makes No Sense
OPS – Lost As An Adult
Better Than Never – Learning to Swim
Tirade – We’re Having Fun
Sophomore – Hologram
The Decline – I Don’t Believe
Piano Wire – Cherry Coma
Horisont – Electrical
Attila – Let’s Get Abducted
VITJA – New Breed
Lucid Fly – Visions of Grandeur
Toy Cars – Bjork
Boat Race Weekend – Broken Teeth
Beans on Toast – Afternoons in the Sunshine
Elk Gang – Mil Muertes
A Story Told – Closer (The Chainsmokers cover)
Callsign – Perfect
Heriot – China Lake
Mirror Eyes – Hold Your Breath

Tour News

All Time Low have announced a full UK tour after selling out their show at London’s Eventim Apollo Hammersmith.

10 Eventim Apollo Hammersmith, London (sold out)
11 University Great Hall, Cardiff
13 O2 Guildhall, Southampton
14 Corn Exchange, Cambridge
15 O2 Academy, Leeds
16 O2 Academy 1, Birmingham
18 Guild Of Students, Liverpool
19 Ulster Hall, Belfast
20 Olympia, Dublin
22 O2 Academy 1, Bristol
23 O2 Apollo, Manchester
24 O2 Academy 1, Sheffield
25 O2 Academy, Newcastle
27 Corn Exchange, Edinburgh
28 O2 Academy, Glasgow
30 The Nick Rayns Lcr, Norwich
31 O2 Academy Brixton, London

The Darkness will be in the festive spirit when they host their own festival – ‘DARKNESSTIVAL’ on 18th December at indigo at The O2.

It has been announced that Madball will be opening up for Korn and Limp Bizkit on their co-headline arena tour this December.

12 Arena, Manchester
14 SSE Hydro Arena, Glasgow
15 Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
16 The SSE Arena, Wembley, London
18 Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
19 Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham

Having previously announced a show at London’s Scala for 22nd February, Pinegrove have added additional UK dates.

21 The Exchange, Bristol
22 Scala, London
23 Deaf Institute, Manchester
24 Stereo, Glasgow
25 Mama Roux’s, Birmingham
26 The Portland Arms, Cambridge
28 Epic Studios, Norwich
01 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
02 The Haunt, Brighton

Chelsea Grin will return to the UK in February for a headline tour. They will be joined by Betraying The Martyrs, Make Them Suffer and Void Of Vision.

06 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
07 O2 Institute, Birmingham
08 Cathouse, Glasgow
09 Sound Control, Manchester
10 O2 Islington Academy, London

Forever Cult are touring the UK next month.

Fri 11th The Rocking Chair, Sheffield
Sat 12th The New Adelphi Club, Hull
Mon 14th The Boileroom, Guildford
Tues 15th The Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
Weds 16th Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton
Thu 17th The Lock Tavern, London
Fri 18th Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Sun 20th The Castle Hotel, Manchester

To follow up the release of ‘Keep Bleeding’, The Doublecross aka Jon Greenwood starts a run of UK shows this weekend.

Saturday 22nd The Junction, Plymouth
Sunday 23rd House Show, Yeovil
Tuesday 25th The Lab, Northampton
Wednesday 26th The Windmill, Brixton
Friday 28th The Cornerhouse, Cambridge
Saturday 29th The Crafty Devil, Cardiff
Friday 11th Clwb Ifor Bach in Cardiff
Wednesday 16th Gwdihw, Cardiff
Saturday 26th Brain Freeze Fest, Ebbw Vale
Saturday 3rd Book Yer Ane Fest, Dundee
Monday 5th Stag and Hounds, Bristol

In The News

Original vocalist Danny Worsnop has rejoined Asking Alexandria. The news sees Worsnop’s replacement Denis Stoff leave after he became distant from the group following their recent UK and European shows.

Finch have broke up for a third time. Vocalist Nate Barcalow cited “the direction of the art and the delegation of control was no longer a collective decision” in a private Instagram post. While the other members band responded by saying Nate quit.

Both sides have shared demos from an unreleased album:

Finch – Unreleased Demos & B-sides
Finch Demos (2015)

Alex Linares, Alex Pappas and Daniel Wonacott posted the following message which has since been deleted:

“Within the last 10 years Finch has only released ONE full length album… That can’t be understated. In 2009, Nate walked away from an album and quit. Yesterday, Nate quit again, for the third time in the bands history (2004, 2009, & 2016). We all knew it was coming, it was not a shock. In 2015 we wrote a batch of songs, but did not have a completed album.

We entered the studio with a producer friend of ours to work on some material that would complete the album and begin pre-production on the songs we already had. Nate was a no show for the majority of these sessions and chose to stop communicating with the band in January 2016. Throughout 2016 there have been tour offers we’ve had to pass on, festival appearances we’ve passed on because we were unable to reach Nate. I think it is important for Finch fans to know that we’ve always had the best intentions, we always strove to create the best songs we could, but you cannot control other peoples’ behavior. Nate’s choice to quit again is disappointing, but not unexpected.

We’re really proud of the last two songs we recorded as a band. In Nate’s mind the stylistic change was enough to throw away his career. We just thought they were great Finch songs. We’ve posted both them on the Finch youtube channel, and hope you enjoy them.

Cheers everybody! We’ll see y’all next year for the What It Is To Burn 15 year anniversary tour!
-Grizzly, Daniel, and Pappas”

Lamb of God will release a brand new EP, titled ‘The Duke’, on November 18th via Nuclear Blast. It will consist of two new songs and three live tracks.

1) The Duke
2) Culling
3) Still Echoes – live from Rock am Ring
4) 512 – live from Bonnaroo
5) Engage the Fear Machine – live from Bonnaroo

London quartet Piano Wire have confirmed their debut album ‘Dream Underground’ will be released on 13th January via their own Hanging Houses label.

01. Get A Life
02. Cherry Coma
03. Outline Of A Massacre
04. Hooligan In The USA
05. Glass Elevator Music
06. Weird Heroes
07. All Roads Lead To God
08. Red Electric Flower
09. Liquorice Junkie
10. Fifteen Year Comedown
11. Slip Inside The Shadow
12. Gangs

Century Media Records have welcomed German metallers VITJA. Their second album, ‘Digital Love’, is expected to be released in early 2017.

Current and former members of Such Gold have formed a new band called Taking Meds. They will be releasing its debut album, titled ‘My Life As A Bro’, on November 4th via Broken World Media.

01. Taking Meds
02. I Only Want To Listen To My Own Band
03. Hole In Hand
04. Crash At My Place
05. Blue Shirt Boogie
06. Comfort In Poor Planning
07. Busy Schedule
08. Country Border Bars

Festival News

The round of bands for the Manchester Punk Festival have been revealed. It sees the likes of Belvedere, Martha, Ducking Punches, Petrol Girls and Crywank joining the bill.

The full list of additions are:

Ducking Punches
Tragical History Tour
Tim Loud
Money Left To Burn
Stoj Snak
Grand Collapse
Petrol Girls
Faintest Idea
Maid Of Ace
Honey Joy
Fair Do’s
Vitriolic Response
A Great Notion
The Domestics

Tickets can be purchased here.


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