In Case You Missed It (24/01/2016)

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

Milk Teeth – Vile Child
Basement – Promise Everything
Weatherstate – Dumbstruck EP
Letdown – The Bottom EP
Forty Four Hours – Only Just Holding On EP
Rome Hero Foxes – For When You’re Falling Backwards
From Indian Lakes – Wanderer EP
Frameworks – Time Spent EP

BRITNEY – Neon Python
Polymath – Ekerot [Single Edit]
Milk Teeth – Swear Jar (Again)
I Love Your Lifestyle – Oh, Twisted Me
The Summer War – Walk With Kings
Alesana – Hiatus
Fierce Morgan – Sweat And Tears
Dead Heavens – Feel Low
Bullet High – Bastion
Hypno5e – North Shore: The Abstract Line
Brian Fallon – Nobody Wins
Get Inuit – My Oh My

New Videos

Hacktivist – Buszy
Simmer – Charles
Lacey – Shadow
Muncie Girls – Balloon
The Maddigans – Venice
Our Last Night – Sorry (Justin Bieber cover)
Ducking Punches – God Damn Coward
Oceans of Slumber – Suffer The Last Bridge
Reign Eternal – The Amendment
Radio Room – Nobody Told You
Petrol Girls – Slug
The Island Of Misfit Toys – Burble
Capsize – The Angst In My Veins
Will Varley – Seize The Night
Fossil Youth – From The Window
Black Orchid Empire – Come In
Pulo Revé – Ahead at 6:06
Zebrahead – So What
Bellevue Days – Ripped Jeans
Officers – Attack
Values – Broken Nation
River Oaks – Let You Down
Outta Peak – First Of All My Passion
Grumble Bee – Sky Writer

Tour News

At The Drive In have confirmed shows in Dublin and London as part a set of European shows.

26 Vicar Street, Dublin, Ireland
27 Roundhouse, London

Hacktivist will play a handful of UK shows in support of their debut album – ‘Outside The Box’. Support comes from Counting Days.

26 Think Tank, Newcastle
27 Met Lounge, Peterborough
28 Joiners, Southampton
1 The Rainbow, Birmingham
2 Arts Club, Liverpool

Sheffield indie-punks Nai Harvest will be back out on the road in the Spring.

21st Rough Trade, Nottingham
22nd Start The Bus, Bristol
25th Leadmill, Sheffield*
26th Brudenell Social Club, Leeds*
27th Think Tank, Newcastle*
29th Deaf Instititue, Manchester*
30th Rainbow Cellar, Birmingham*
31st Hope & Ruin, Brighton*
1st Boston Music Rooms, London*
2nd The Cookie, Leicester*
* support from Abattoir Blues

Stiff Little Fingers will kick off a UK tour late next month with support coming from Ricky Warwick and The Fighting Hearts.

Thurs 25th O2 Academy, Oxford
Fri 26th Pyramid, Portsmouth
Sat 27th Phoenix, Exeter
Sun 28th University (SOLUS), Cardiff
Tues 1st Robin 2, Wolverhampton
Wed 2nd The Assembly, Leamington Spa
Fri 4th The Forum, London
Sat 5th Roadmender, Northampton
Sun 6th O2 Academy, Bristol
Tues 8th Junction, Cambridge
Wed 9th Waterfront, Norwich
Fri 11th Rock City, Nottingham
Sat 12th o2 Academy, Leeds
Mon 14th Garage, Aberdeen
Tues 15th Ironworks, Inverness
Thurs 17th Barrowlands, Glasgow
Fri 18th o2 Academy, Newcastle
Sat 19th The Ritz, Manchester

Simmer will follow up the release of with a run of UK dates.

27 Old Blue Last, London
28th Retro Bar, Manchester
29th Venue TBC, Leeds
1st Tye Dye HQ, Sheffield
2nd Stag & Hound, Bristol
3rd Sticky Mike’s, Brighton
4th House Show, Southsea
5th Planet Sounds, Southampton

Ministry will tour the UK in August with special guests DevilDriver.

16th Tramshed, Cardiff
17th O2 Abc, Glasgow
18th O2 Institute, Birmingham
19th O2 Ritz, Manchester
20th O2 Forum Kentish Town, London

The Good Life, featuring Cursive’s Tim Kasher, return to the UK this winter for the first time since 2007. The trip follows the release of their new album, ‘Everybody’s Coming Down’, which was released via Saddle Creek last August.

16 Bleach, Brighton
17 Ruby Lounge, Manchester
18 Electric Circus, Edinburgh
19 Rock City, Nottingham
20 Borderline, London

The New Regime has been confirmed as support for The Used’s forthcoming 15 Year Anniversary UK shows.

20 O2 Academy, Leeds (performing ‘The Used’)
21 O2 Academy, Leeds (performing ‘In Love and Death’)
22 O2 Forum, London (performing ‘The Used’)
24 O2 Forum, London (performing ‘Love and Death’)

Exeter’s Muncie Girls will be playing three album release shows in support of ‘From Caplan To Belsize’, which is set to be released on 4th March via Specialist Subject Records.

Tue 8th The Lexington, London w/ Apologies, I Have None, Colour Me Wednesday, Iona Cairns
Thu 10th The Cavern, Exeter w/ Bird Skulls & more TBC
Fri 11th Sticky Mike’s, Brighton w/ Doe, Fresh, Random Heroes

Messenger will join Finnish rockers Von Hertzen Brothers on their UK tour in March.

17th Waterfront, Norwich
18th Brooklyn Bowl, London
20th Academy 3, Manchester
22nd The Duchess, York
23rd Oobleck, Birmingham
24th The Fleece, Bristol

Mortiis will return to the UK in May for seven shows in support of their new album ‘The Great Deceiver’, which is set to be released on March 4th via Omnipresence.

23rd Cluny, Newcastle
24th Audio, Glasgow
25th Ruby, Manchester
26th O2 Institute, Birmingham
27th Haunt, Brighton
28th Garage, London
29th Fleece, Bristol

Lost In Despair and Hiraeth will tour the UK together next month.

19th The Bunker, Cardiff
20th Cobblestones, Bridgewater
21st The Lemon Factory, Swansea
22nd Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton
23rd The Unicorn, London

Irish post-rock/math-rock group Enemies have revealed a short run of UK shows.

09 Nation Of Shopkeepers, Leeds
10 The Lexington, London
11 Bleach, Brighton

In The News

Hacktivist will release their highly-anticipated debut album ‘Outside The Box’ on March 4th via UNFD.

Brighton four-piece Verses have announced they’ve split.

Ginger Wildheart will return on February 12th with the release of ‘The Year Of The Fanclub’. The album will be released through Round Records and features Ginger’s personal favourites from the massive 36 song session.

01 Down The Dip
02 Honour (featuring Courtney Love)
03 El Mundo (Slow Fatigue)
04 The Last Day Of Summer
05 Only Henry Rollins Can Save Us Now
06 The Pendine Incident
07 Do You?
08 If You Find Yourself In London Town
09 Toxins & Tea
10 No One Smiled At Me Today
11 Ostracide
12 Don’t Lose Your Tail, Girl

Bad Religion will release ’30 Years Live’ on February 26th. It will be a limited edition vinyl documenting the band’s 2010 live shows commemorating their 30 years together.

1. Fuck Armageddon, This is Hell
2. Dearly Beloved
3. Suffer
4. Man With A Mission
5. New Dark Ages
6. Germs of Perfection
7. Marked
8. A Walk
9. Flat Earth Society
10. Resist Stance
11. American Jesus
12. Social Suicide
13. Atheist Peace
14. Tomorrow
15. Won’t Somebody
16. Los Angeles Is Burning
17. We’re Only Gonna Die

Swedish five-piece I Love Your Lifestyle will release their debut full-length, ‘We Go Way Back’, through Dog Knights Productions on February 26th.

Raging Speedhorn have entered the studio to record a new album. It is their first record with original vocalist Frank Regan since 2005s ‘How The Great Have Fallen’ in 2005, and the first with their new line up.

Noisey Math-rock trio BRITNEY have set a release date of March 11th for their new album – ‘BRITN3Y’.

Brighton Math-Prog Trio Poly-Math have confirmed details of their new mini-album. ‘Melencolia’ will be released on 8th April via Superstar Destroyer Records.

1. Melencolia I
2. Ekerot
3. Temptation of the Idler

Canada based pop punks The Maddigans will release their debut album ‘No Place Like Here’ on 4th March.

Deathcore mainstays Chelsea Grin have officially joined the Rise Records roster.

Punk Rock supergroup The Falcon (Alkaline Trio, The Lawrence Arms) will return on March 18th with the release of a new album called ‘Gather Up The Chaps’.

Manchester-based rock band The Summer War have revealed their new EP will be titled ‘Cult of You’ and will be released on April 12th.

1. Walk With Kings
2. When The Moon Said Goodbye To The Sun
3. The Garden
4. Novemberish
5. On A Cross

Sheffield pop punk/skate punk quartet Fierce Morgan will release a new EP called ‘Misanthropy’ on March 18th.

Tax The Heat have confirmed their new album will be called ‘Fed To The Lions’ and will be released through Nuclear Blast on April 8th.

1. Highway Home
2. Animals

3. Under Watchful Eye

4. Fed To The Lions

5. Hit Me Hard

6. Stood On The Platform To Leave

7. Some Sympathy

8. Devil’s Daughter

9. Learn To Drown (You’re Wrong)

10. Caroline

11. Your Fool

12. Lost Our Way

London-based progressive, psychedelic rockers Messenger have signed to InsideOutMusic for the release of their forthcoming second album ‘Threnodies’ due on the 22nd April.

COLT 45 have set a release date of April 29th for their new ‘Snakes & Ladders’ EP.

Melodic metal newcomers Values have confirmed that they will be releasing their ‘Broken Nation’ EP on the 19th February 2016 via Ghost Music.

The Summer Set have announced details of their long-awaited new album titled ‘Stories For Monday’. It is scheduled to be released on April 1st via Fearless Records.

1. Figure Me Out
2. The Night Is Young
3. Missin’ You
4. Jean Jacket
5. All My Friends
6. Change Your Mind
7. All Downhill From Here
8. All In
9. Wonder Years
10. When The Party Ends (Can’t Hardly Wait)
11. Wasted

Festival News

Eight new bands have been added to the Slam Dunk Festival; Mallory Knox, The Story So Far, Set Your Goals, The Starting Line, Zebrahead, Capdown, We Came As Romans and Miss May I.

Sat 28 Leeds City Centre, Slam Dunk Festival North
Sun 29 Birmingham, NEC, Slam Dunk Festival Midlands
Mon 30 Hatfield, University Of Hertfordshire, Slam Dunk Festival South

Despised Icon, Heart Of A Coward, Eskimo Callboy and Hellions are the latest bands to be announced for the Impericon Festival UK. They will join Hatebreed, Northlane, Emmure, Blessthefall, Chelsea Grin and Hundredth for the festival which takes place on the following dates:

02 Academy 1, Manchester
03 O2 Forum Kentish Town, London

Metal Allegiance, Atlanta rap metal pioneers Stuck Mojo and New Orleans metallers Goatwhore are the latest three bands to be announced for Bloodstock.

The first names for the UK Tech-Fest have been released and sees Between The Buried And Me (UK 2016 exclusive) and Protest The Hero (UK 2016 exclusive) being announced as headliners alongside Textures.

Other names announced are:

Fallujah (UK 2016 Exclusive)
Fit For An Autopsy
Destiny Potato
Cold Night For Alligators
The Hirsch Effekt
The Green River Burial
Sworn Amongst
Tardive Diskinesia
Make Me A Donut
The Parallax Method

UK Tech-Fest 2016 takes place at Newark Showgrond from July 7th to 11th.

Weekend tickets are currently available at an early bird price of £59:99 + £20 Camping. Tickets can be purchased here.

Noise-rock band The Melvins have been confirmed as the Saturday night headliners for Bristol Temples Festival which takes place between June 2nd to June 5th. THe full line-up so far is as followed:

Acid King
All Pigs Must Die
Chaos UK
Corrupt Moral Altar
Dead Congregation
Dragged Into Sunlight
Funeral Throne
Gentleman’s Pistols
Gnaw Their Tongues
Inter Arma
Iron Reagan
Mare (Hyra Head Records)
Meek Is Murder
(the) Melvins
Primitive Man
The Ruins Of Beverast
Sheer Terror
Venom Prison
Vision Of Disorder
Weekend Nachos


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