In Case You Missed It (24/04/2016)

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

Living Means – The Downside
From Sorrow To Serenity – Remnant of Humanity
Bad Ideas – Bad Ideas

Lonely The Brave – Rattlesnakes
Elvis Depressedly – Slip
PUP – Doubts
Vinnie Caruana – Survivor’s Guilt
Dikembe – Just Explode
Arcanist – Rig
Big Deal – Avalanche
Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties – Green Like The G Train, Green Like Sea Foam
The Maine – Love Yourself (Justin Bieber cover)
Chris Cornell – Nothing Compares 2 U (Prince Cover)
The Hotelier – Soft Animal
Masked Intruder – Take What I Want
My Jerusalem – Rabbit Rabbit
Goo Goo Dolls – The Pin
Cleanse the Hive – Eviscerate
Garbage – Empty
In Dynamics – Leviticus
Reigning Days – Empire
Fallen to Flux – Anchored
Our Last Run – Reckless

New Videos

Moose Blood – Honey
The Fall of Troy – Inside Out
Gojira – Stranded
Beartooth – Aggressive
Issues – Coma
Sorority Noise – Nolsey
Gates – Habit
Merrick’s Tusk – 25
Save Ends – I Fell Asleep
ZOAX – Roses All The Way
Dead Harts – Feight
Wray – Pined
Beaumont – Cheapside
Se Delan – Shadowbox(ers)
Sean Grant & The Wolfgang – Brother
Of Mice & Men – The Depths (Live At Brixton)
Gone Is Gone – Violescent
A Dead Forest Index – Summit Down
ThisCityIsOurs – Wildfire
Teen Suicide – Violets
Monarks – The End
Cliver – I’m America
Cane Hill – (The New) Jesus
Real Friends – Scared To Be Alone
Prism Tats – Creep Out // Freak Out
Grove Street Families – Right To Remain Violent
Nineteen Fifty Eight – It’s All You
Savour The Silence – I’m No Hero, I’m Just Tony Bullimore
Coast To Coast – Cornerstone
Messenger – Calyx

Tour News

Moose Blood will follow up their recent sold out UK tour with another run in the Autumn.

3rd O2 Institute 2, Birmingham
4th Garage, Glasgow
5th O2 Academy 2, Sheffield
6th Y Plas, Cardiff
7th Koko, London
8th Academy 2, Manchester

Sorority Noise will be back in the UK for 12 dates in October.

04 Think Tank, Newcastle
05 Hug & Pint, Glasgow
06 Deaf Institute, Manchester
07 Bodega, Nottingham
08 Key Club, Leeds
09 Hare & Hounds, Birmingham
10 Epic Studios, Norwich
11 Portland Arms, Cambridge
13 Exchange, Bristol
14 Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton
16 Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
17 Dingwalls, London

Slipknot and Stone Soud’s frontman Corey Taylor is set to play a one-off London show next month at London’s KOKO on Sunday 8th May. The show will take an ‘Evening With…’ format, with Corey playing a solo acoustic set. There will be no support.

Brutal Californian metallers Nails will be returning to the UK in November where they will be joined by Full of Hell.

04 Cathouse, Glasgow
05 Damnation Festival, Leeds
06 The Fleece, Bristol
07 The Underworld, London

The Fall of Troy will be touring the UK in September. Tiny Moving Parts will join them as support.

09 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
10 The Key Club, Leeds
11 Cathouse, Glasgow
13 Think Tank, Newcastle
14 The Scala, London
15 The Fleece, Bristol
16 Soundcontrol, Manchester
17 Asylum, Birmingham

Band of Skulls will be touring the UK again in the Autumn in suport of new album – ‘By Default.’

20 Stylus, Leeds
21 Albert Hall, Manchester
22 Northumbria Uni, Newcastle
24 SWX, Bristol
25 Rock City, Nottingham
26 Roundhouse, London
17 Engine Rooms, Southampton

Wage War and Counting Days will be supporting coldrain on their UK tour next month.

20th Thekla, Bristol
21st Borderline, London
22nd Sound Control, Manchester
23rd King Tuts, Glasgow
24th Rock City Basement, Nottingham
26th Engine Rooms, Southampton
27th Sub 89, Reading
28th City Centre – Slam Dunk Festival, Leeds*
29th NEC – Slam Dunk Festival, Birmingham*
30th Forum, Slam Dunk Festival, Hatfield*
*only coldrain

London’s feminist post-hardcore group Petrol Girls have announced a UK headline run for June. It will see them preview material from their forthcoming new album.

Tuesday 7th Gwdihw, Cardiff
Wednesday 8th Exchange, Bristol
Thursday 9th Fly Bar, Worcester
Friday 10th Junction, Plymouth
Saturday 11th The Prince Albert, Brighton
Sunday 12th Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
Tuesday 14th Bar Bloc, Glasgow
Wednesday 15th Trillians, Newcastle
Thursday 16th The Parish, Huddersfield
Friday 17th DIY Space, London
Saturday 18th Social Centre, Liverpool
Sunday 19th Sound Control, Manchester (Refugees Welcome Fest)

The Lion & The Wolf will be touring the UK in June.

1 JT Soar, Nottingham
2 Percy’s, Whitchurch

3 Live Rooms, Chester
4 Gullivers, Manchester
6 The Junction, Plymouth

7 The Islington, London
8 The Sanctuary, Basingstoke

9 Pavillion Tavern, Brighton

Fit For An Autopsy will be touring the UK ahead of their appearance at the UK Tech-Metal Fest. From Sorrow To Serenity will join them as support.

04 The Anvil, Bournemouth

05 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff

06 Boston Music Room, London

07 G2, Glasgow

08 TBA, Sheffield

09 UK Tech-Metal Fest, Newark

Canadian four-piece JPNSGRLS have announced UK dates including a headline show at London’s Sebright Arms and showcases at this year’s Camden Rocks Festival and Long Division Warehouse 23, Wakefield.

12 Academy 2, Birmingham **
13 Academy 2, Manchester **
14 Newcastle University Students Union, Newcastle **
15 Òran Mór, Glasgow **
18 Sebright Arms, London *
6 The Hawley Arms, Camden Rocks Festival, London
11 Long Division Festival Warehouse 23, Wakefield
* Headlining
** Supporting The Heavy

Swedish metallers Soilwork will be back in the UK for a run of shows where they will be supporting Arch Enemy followed by a one-off London headline show.

21st Waterfront, Norwich*
22nd Corporation, Sheffield*
23rd Tramshed, Cardiff*
24th Engine Rooms, Southampton*
25th The Underworld, London (headline show)
* Supporting Arch Enemy

You can find Big Deal playing throughout the UK in the coming months.

23rd Are You Listening Festival, Reading
29th – May 1st Handmade Festival, Leicester
8th Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh
9th Soup Kitchen, Manchester
10th The Bullingdon, Oxford
11th Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
15th Oslo, London
18th The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
19th Louisiana, Bristol
23rd Tramlines, Bungalows & Bears, Sheffield
28th – 31st LeeFest: The Neverland, Kent
29th – 31st Cloudspotting Festival, Lancashire

When Our Time Comes will tour the UK in June. They will be joine dby Thrones.

17 Lounge 41, Workington
18 Opium, Edinburgh
19 Rewind, Wrexham
21 The Scene, Swansea
22 Moles, Bath
23 Sanctuary, Basingstoke
24 The Black Heart, London

In The News

Moose Blood’s second album will be called ‘Blush’ and will be released through Hopeless Records on August 5th.

1. Pastel
2. Honey
3. Knuckles
4. Sulk
5. Glow
6. Cheek
7. Sway
8. Shimmer
9. Spring
10. Freckle

Vocalist Brian Johnson has released a statement discussing his current status with AC/DC.

Beartooth​ have revealed their new album will be called ‘Aggressive’ and will be released on June 3rd.

1. Aggressive
2. Hated
3. Loser
4. Fair Weather Friend
5. Burnout
6. Sick Of Me
7. Censored
8. Always Dead
9. However You Want It Said
10. Find A Way
11. Rock Is Dead
12. King Of Anything

At a recent show in LA, Descendents announced they would be releasing a new album called ‘Hypercaffium Spazzinate’ in July through Epitaph Records.

Northlane and In Hearts Wake have released a collaborative EP titled ‘Equinox.’

Respected French heavy metal group Gojira have announced details of their much anticipated new album, ‘Magma.’ It will be released on June 17th via Roadrunner Records.

1. The Shooting Star
2. Silvera
3. The Cell
4. Stranded
5. Yellow Stone
6. Magma
7. Pray
8. Only Pain
9. Low Lands
10. Liberation

The Fall Of Troy have surprise released ‘OK,’ their fifth studio release and their first album in seven years. A vinyl version of the album via Big Scary Monsters will be released on July 15th.

Bad Ideas have called it a day and have also released their final album.

Deathcore band Despised Icon have detailed their new album – ‘Beast.’ It will be released through bNuclear Blast on July 22nd.

1. The Aftermath
2. Inner Demons
3. Drapeau Noir
4. Bad Vibes
5. Dedicated To Extinction
6. Grind Forever
7. Time Bomb
8. One Last Martini
9. Doomed
10. Beast

Having recently joined Pure Noise Records, Masked Intruder have revealed details of a new EP titled ‘Love And Other Crimes.’ It will be released on 8th July.

1. Take What I Want
2. First Star Tonight
3. Beyond a Shadow of a Doubt
4. Running from the Cops
5. Still Always on my Mind
6. If Only

Newly relocated to Sussex alt-rock trio In Dynamics have announced that they will release their debut album ‘Everything I See’ on 18th July.

Gates have revealed their new album will be titled ‘Parallel Lives.’ It will be released on 3rd June through Pure Noise Records.

1. Forget
2. Habit
3. Eyes
4. Shiver
5. House & Home
6. Empty Canvas
7. Color Worn
8. Fade
9. Penny
10. Left
11. Parallel Lives

Southern California metal titans Winds of Plague have signed a record deal with Entertainment One Music (eOne) / Good Fight Music.

Austin, TX-based rock band My Jerusalem have set a release date of June 24th for their new album – ‘A Little Death.’

1. Young Leather
2. Rabbit Rabbit
3. It’s Torture!
4. No One Gonna Give You Love
5. Done and Dusted
6. Flashes
7. Dominoes
8. Eyes Like A Diamond Mine
9. Candy Lions
10. Jive For Protection
11. Young And Worthless
12. Chrysalis

Venn Records have welcomed hardcore mob Grove Street Families to the label. ‘The Las Venturas EP’ will be released on cassette tape (limited to 50) and digitally on May 27th.

London’s Big Deal will return with their third album, ‘Say Yes,’ on June 10th (FatCat Records).

1. Hold Your Fire
2. Avalanche
3. Say Yes
4. Saccharine
5. Lux
6. Veronica
7. V.I.T.R.I.O.L.
8. Kitty Pride
9. Still My Dream
10. Don’t Forget
11. Idyllwild

London/Leeds based two piece Kamikaze Girls have joined Belgian record label Bearded Punk Records.

Fights And Fires have released their ‘Live At The Lab’ session.

London newcomers THECITYISOURS will release their debut EP, ‘Wildfire’ on July 22nd.

U.S. doom heavy stoner metal band Mos Generator have announced details of their new album ‘Abyssinia’ which will be released on 15th July through Listenable Records.

1. Strangest Times
2. You’ve Got A Right
3. Catspaw
4. Easy Evil
5. Wicked Willow
6. As Above So Below
7. Red Canyons
8. There’s No Return From Nowhere
9. Time & Other Thieves
10. Outlander

Coffee Jingle Records have announced they are releasing a Charity album in aid of The Sophie Lancaster Foundation, which is being released Friday May 27th.

1. Naomi Rush – Curious Breed
2. Cradle of Filth – Blackest Magick In Practise
3. Arch Enemy – You Know My Name
4. Delain – We Are The Others
5. Devilment – Summer Arteries
6. Die So Fluid – What A Heart Is For
7. Birdeatsbaby – The Bullet
8. EvilScarecrow – Flight of the Dragons
9. DiElle – Sapphire Tears
10. There Is No Us – Angels Face
11. DeadHappy – This Fine Art Of Making Ghosts
12. Leapfrogtown – Fear
13. Vice Squad – Little Red Gloves
14. The Dead Soul Communion – My Beautiful Mistake
15. First Wave – All Bleed Red
16. Brassick – Same Sound
17. Hawka – Ballad
18. Bigfoot – The Other Side Of Paradise
19. Between Waves – PaperChain
20. Voodoo Diamond – Standing In The Rain
21. Silas – Negative One
22. System Of Hate – Insanity
23. Ravenous – Alone
24. The Amplifires – Grace And Danger
25. ShotGun 21 – Sinister Sister

Sweden’s 100 Years will release their debut, selt-titled album via Suicide Records on June 17th.

1. The Medicine Knows My Name
2. Breath Of Summer
3. Too Far From Goodness
4. Incendie
5. All Grey
6. Calling For Daylight
7. All The Fools And Me
8. The Flood
9. Concrete Eden

Festival News

The next round of bands for Reading Festival and Leeds Festival have been announced. The new additions include Good Charlotte, Frank Turner, Coheed and Cambria, Tonight Alive, Black Foxxes, Brian Fallon & The Crowes, Thrice, Hacktivist, Nothing More, Milk Teeth, Giraffe Tongue Orchestra, ROAM, HECK, MGK, Beach Slang, SWMRS, Superheaven, Big Spring, and Waterparks.

The full list of new names can be viewed here.

Download Festival have announced 12 more bands:

Skinny Lister
From Ashes To New
The Amorettes
In Search Of Sun
Juliette and the Licks
The Men That Will Not Be
Blamed For Nothing
Wearing Scars
The Wild Lies

The first wave of bands for The Fest 15 have been revealed. The iconic punk festival, commemorating its fifteenth anniversary this year, takes place in Gainesville, Florida in October (Pre-FEST 26th-27th and FEST 28th-30th). Pre-FEST, now in its fourth year, will take place in Tampa. More bands are due to be announced on May 13th, with tickets going on sale on May 20th.

Propagandhi, Less Than Jake, Strike Anywhere, Off With Their Heads, Latterman (reunion), A Wilhelm Scream, Knapsack, Samiam, The Flatliners, Braid, Tim Barry, Dead to Me, The Menzingers, AJJ, Shellshag, Small Brown Bike, PEARS, Toy Guitar, Golden Pelicans, Captain We’re Sinking, Red City Radio, War on Women, Prawn, After the Fall, Annabel, Big Eyes, Audacity, Toys That Kill, Mustard Plug, Underground Railroad to Candyland, United Nations, Rozwell Kid, Iron Reagan, Night Birds, Planes Mistaken for Stars, Jeff Rosenstock, You Blew It!, East Cameron Folkcore, Dikembe, Arliss Nancy, Chris Farren, The Unloveables, We Are the Union, Arms Aloft, Oso Oso, Drug Church, Coaster, Max Levine Ensemble, Coke Bust, Worship This!, Tiltwheel, Runaway Brother, Northbound, The Brokedowns, Regents, Choke Up, Wonk Unit (UK), Caffiends, Raging Nathans, No Fun, Prince Daddy & the Hyena, Kamikaze Girls (UK), Western Settings, Tender Defender, Ducking Punches (UK), DFMK (MEX), Empty Lungs (UK), Worthwhile Way (JPN), No Weather Talks (DE), Make War, The Slow Death, Too Many Daves, Fucking Invincible, Dead Bars, Gouge Away, Ordinary Lives, Pity Party, Ghostlimb, Nato Coles and the Blue Diamond Band, Jake and the Jellyfish (UK), Dead Broke, Spill, Matt Woods, Jason Guy Smiley, The Caulfield Cult (JPN), The Pauses, Just Friends, All Eyes West, Sinai Vessel, Old Flings, Henrietta, The Girls, Options, Caskitt, Binary Heart, Typesetter, Birthday Suits, Jabber, Sea of Storms, Sister Kisser, Ghouls (UK), Bong Mountain, Meatwound, KIDS, Adult Magic, Andrew Cream (Full Band), All People, Holy Pinto (UK), Young Ladies, The Fake Boys, Up For Nothing, Warren Franklin & the Founding Fathers, and Shawn James and the Shapeshifters.

Twenty One Pilots, Panic! At The Disco and Bring Me The Horizon are amongst the names set to play BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend at Powderham Castle in Exeter.


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