In Case You Missed It (24/09/2017)

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


Counterparts – You’re Not You Anymore
Prawn – Run
Wolves In The Throne Room – Thrice Woven
Big Promises – Are We Kidding Ourselves?
Real Ghost Records – Road To Fest

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Marilyn Manson – KILL4ME
Citizen – Fever Days
Citizen – Flowerchild
Beach Slang – Thirteen (Big Star)
Too Close To Touch – Leave You Lonely
Kevin Devine – I Was Alive Back Then (Feat. Half Waif)
Black Stone Cherry – Born Under A Bad Sign
Nordic Giants – Taxonomy Of Illusions
Von Hertzen Brothers – The Arsonist
Kindling – Destroy Yrself
Strange Ranger – Hydration Is Key
PEARS – Arduous Angel
Direct Hit – Blood On Your Tongue
Massmatiks – One Foot In This Club
Teller – Victoria
Home Above – The Start

New Videos

Asking Alexandria – Into the Fire
A Day To Remember – We Got This
Sleeping With Sirens – Legends
ROAM – Alive
August Burns Red – The Frost
Jamie Lenman – Hardbeat
Press To MECO – Here’s to the Fatigue
The Maine – How Do You Feel?
We Came As Romans – Lost In The Moment
Single Mothers – Leash
The Gospel Youth – Kids
Real Friends – Skeletons (Something Old, Something New session)
Real Friends – Mokena (Something Old, Something New session)
Broadside – I Love You, I Love You. It’s Disgusting
Young States – Memory
7 Minutes In Heaven – LOTL
Highlives – Nothing Left
Canvas – Haunt You
Earl Grey – Snake Hips
World War Me – Mr. Misery
Anavae – Are We Alone
Figure It Out – Silence Isn’t Golden
Sweet Little Machine – Monsters
Kill The Ideal – Dangerous!
Backtrack – Sanity
Cursed Earth – Rage (The Cost)
Grave Pleasures – Joy Through Death
Dragonforce – Midnight Madness
All Pigs Must Die – Blood Wet Teeth
Winds of Plague – Never Alone
Santa Cruz – Young Blood Rising
Statues – Unrest
Satellites – Thank You
Monster Treasure – Buttercream
The Cadillac Three – Dang If We Didn’t
Limbs – Poison
Husky Loops – Girl Who Wants to Travel the World
Felix Hagan & The Family – Hey I Want You
Hang Tight – Digital Age
The Farewell Anthem – Too Good at Goodbyes (Sam Smith cover)
Damned Spring Fragrantia – Float
American Opera – Sand & Seed
Balloons Kill Babies – Feb 25
BOYO – Insomnia
Fatally Yours – Another You

Tour News

All Time Low have announced a UK arena tour for March 2018. They’ll be joined by Pierce The Veil.

12 SECC, Glasgow
14 Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
15 Genting Arena, Birmingham
16 Arena, Manchester
17 Alexandra Palace, London

At The Drive will return to the UK in March 2018 for a headline tour. Support comes from Death From Above and Le Butcherettes.

Fri 9th Brixton Academy, London
Sat 10th O2 Academy, Newcastle
Mon 12th Academy 2, Birmingham
Tues 13th O2 Apollo, Manchester
Thu 15th O2 Academy, Glasgow

Rocket from the Crypt have announced that they will be going on a UK/Ireland tour this winter.

30 Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
01 Sound Control, Manchester
03 Whelans, Dublin
05 Classic Grand, Glasgow
06 The Cluny, Newcastle
07 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
08 Electric Ballroom, London
09 Patterns, Brighton
10 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

Cane Hill and Ice Nine Kills will support Motionless In White on their UK tour.

Mon 15th Mandela Hall, Belfast* (New Date)
Tue 16th Academy, Dublin* (New Date)
Thu 18th Engine Rooms, Southampton
Fri 19th O2 Academy, Bristol
Sat 20th Stylus, Leeds
Mon 22nd Garage, Glasgow
Tue 23rd Riverside, Newcastle Upon Tyne
Thu 25th Koko, London
Fri 26th O2 Institute, Birmingham
Sat 27th O2 Ritz, Manchester
Sun 28th Waterfront, Norwich
* No Cane Hill

Seaway will follow up the recent release of ‘Vacation’ with a UK tour in the New Year.

10 The Exchange, Bristol
11 Bodega, Nottingham
12 The Key Club, Leeds
13 Stereo, Glasgow
14 Rebellion, Manchester
15 Institute3, Birmingham
16 Joiners, Southampton
17 The Garage, London

Press To MECO will support the release of ‘Here’s to the Fatigue’ on November 17th with a UK headline tour.

21 The Hope, Brighton
23 Academy 3, Oxford
25 Key Club, Leeds
27 Jumping Jacks, Newcastle
28 Sleazies, Glasgow
18 Oslo, London

Cloud Nothings have announced four UK headline shows ahead of supporting Dinosaur Jr in London. The Hotelier will be supporting on all dates.

07 Gorilla, Manchester
08 Art School, Glasgow
09 Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds
11 Thekla, Bristol
13 Roundhouse, London*
*with Dinosaur Jr – all other dates with The Hotelier

American indie-pop band COIN and 19-year-old chill-pop artist, Tyne, have been announced as support for Pvris’ forthcoming UK tour.

22nd o2 Academy, Bristol (SOLD OUT)
23rd o2 Academy ,Birmingham
24th The Academy, Dublin
25th Mandela Hall, Belfast (SOLD OUT)
27th o2 Academy, Glasgow
28th Apollo, Manchester
30th o2 Brixton Academy, London

Andrew W.K. has rescheduled his November UK tour for April 2018.

13 Great Hall, Cardiff
14 Kentish Town Forum, London
15 Academy 2, Birmingham
18 Waterfront, Norwich
19 Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
20 02 Ritz, Manchester
21 Garage, Glasgow
All tickets honoured or available for refund

Cannibal Corpse will head out on a UK/Ireland tour in March 2018. They’ll be joined by The Black Dahlia Murder, No Return, and In Arkadia.

13 Waterfront, Norwich
14 O2 Ritz, Manchester
15 O2 ABC, Glasgow
16 Bierkeller, Bristol
17 Rock City, Nottingham
18 O2 Forum Kentish Town, London
19 Tivoli, Dublin*
20 Dolan’s Warehouse, Limerick*
22 Limelight 2, Belfast*
* = no The Black Dahlia Murder

Courage My Love will be returning tot he UK in November. Support comes from Chapter and Verse.

21st The Flapper, Birmingham
22nd Garage Attic, Glasgow
23rd The Key Club, Leeds
24th Jumpin’ Jacks, Newcastle
25th Corporation, Sheffield
26th Aatma, Manchester
27th The Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
28th Borderline, London
29th Thekla, Bristol
30th The Underground, Plymouth
1st Joiners, Southampton

Seán McGowan will be suppporting Billy Bragg on his November UK tour.

Tue 07 Islington Assembly Hall, London
Wed 08 Junction, Cambridge
Fri 10 O2 Academy, Oxford
Sat 11 Town Hall, Birmingham
Sun 12 The Leadmill, Sheffield
Tue 14 Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool
Wed 15 The Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh
Thu 16 Wylam Brewery, Newcastle
Sat 18 Rock City, Nottingham
Sun 19 Trashed, Cardiff
Tue 21 The Brook, Southampton

Los Angeles quintet Bad Omens have announced they will be returning to the UK next month.

25 Underground, Plymouth
26 The Flapper, Birmingham
27 Deacon Brodies, Dundee
28 Satan’s Hollow, Manchester
29 Boston Music Room, London

Von Hertzen Brothers will follow up the release of ‘War Is Over’ with a UK tour in November.

5 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
6 Rebellion Rock Bar, Manchester
7 Leadmill, Sheffield
9 Think Tank?, Newcastle Upon Tyne
10 G2, Glasgow
11 Camp HRH, North Wales
12 The Fleece, Bristol
14 Waterfront Studio, Norwich
15 Talking Heads, Southampton
16 The Garage, London
17 Camp HRH, North Wales
18 Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton

In The News

The Xcerts have confirmed details of their new album. ‘Hold On To Your Heart’ is set for release on
January 19th, 2018 through Raygun Records.

1. The Dark
2. Daydream
3. Feels Like Falling In Love
4. First Kiss Feeling
5. Crazy
6. Hold On To your Heart
7. Drive Me Wild
8. We Are Gonna Live
9. Show Me Beautiful
10. Cry

Iron Maiden have revealed details of a new live album titled ‘The Book Of Souls: Live Chapter’. Set for release on November 17th via Warner Music, the album consists of 15 songs captured during ‘The Book Of Souls World Tour’, which covered 39 countries. It will be released physically in CD, deluxe CD & vinyl audio formats, with the concert film available to stream free online or as a digital download.

1. If Eternity Should Fail – Sydney, Australia
2. Speed of Light – Cape Town, South Africa
3. Wrathchild – Dublin, Ireland
4. Children of the Damned – Montreal, Canada
5. Death or Glory – Wroclaw, Poland
6. The Red and the Black – Tokyo, Japan
7. The Trooper – San Salvador, El Salvador
8. Powerslave – Trieste, Italy
9. The Great Unknown – Newcastle, UK
10. The Book of Souls – Donington, UK
11. Fear of the Dark – Fortaleza, Brazil
12. Iron Maiden – Buenos Aires, Argentina
13. Number of the Beast – Wacken, Germany
14. Blood Brothers – Donington, UK
15. Wasted Years – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Although he is now a live member of Brand New, Kevin Devine announced ‘We Are Who We’ve Always Been’, a stripped down reimagining of last year’s ‘Instigator’ LP. Due for release on October 20th via Procrastinate Music Traitors and Triple Crown Records, the album sees guest appearances from SWIVS, The Mynabirds and Half Waif.

1. No Why
2. Instigator
3. Magic Magnet
4. Freddie Gray Blues (Feat. Swivs)
5. No History
6. Daydrunk
7. Both Ways
8. No One Says You Have To (Feat. The Mynabirds)
9. Guard Your Gates
10. Before You’re Here
11. I Was Alive Back Then (Feat. Half Waif)

Cinematic Finnish rockers Von Hertzen Brothers will return with on November 3rd with a new album called ‘War Is Over’ via Music Theories Recordings / Mascot Label Group.

1. War Is Over
2. To The End Of The World
3. The Arsonist
4. Jerusalem
5. Frozen Butterflies
6. Who Are You
7. Blindsight
8. Long Lost Sailor
9. Wanderlust

Hardcore band Backtrack have revealed details of their new album, ‘Bad To My World’. It will be released on Bridge Nine on November 17th.

1. War
2. One With You
3. Bad To My World
4. The Deep Is Calling
5. Dead at the Core
6. Cold Blooded
7. Gutted
8. Crooks Die Slow
9. Never-ending Web
10. Sanity

Western Massachusetts’ Kindling have joined 6131 Records. Their new full-length, ‘Hush’, is due out November 10th.

1. For Olive
2. Destroy Yrself
3. Pantone Blue
4. Everywhere
5. Wait
6. Rain
7. Wherever
8. Better World
9. It Will
10. Wet Leaves

Glasgow metallic alt-rockers Divides have detailed their new EP – ‘Embers’. It’s due for release on November 24th.

1. Before I Go
2. Last Words
3. Catalyst
4. Sink This City
5. Embers

New Orleans hardcore/punk band PEARS will be teaming up with Direct Hit for a split album. Titled ‘Human Movement’, it’s due to be released through Fat Wreck Chords on November 3rd. It will include five new songs from each band along with one cover each of the other band.

1. Direct Hit – You Got What You Asked For
2. Direct Hit – Blood on Your Tongue
3. Direct Hit – Open Your Mind
4. Direct Hit – Shifting the Blame
5. Direct Hit – You’re Boring
6. Direct Hit – Nothing
7. PEARS – Hey There, Begonia
8. PEARS – Mollusk’s Mouth
9. PEARS – Arduous Angel
10. PEARS – Misery Conquers the World
11. PEARS – The World Is Ending (Sorta)
12. PEARS – Never Now

Swedish metallers Letters From The Colony have joined Nuclear Blast. Their debut album, ‘Vignette’, is set to be released in 2018.

Equal Vision Records have welcomed Tampa Bay post-hardcore quintet LIMBS.

Italian tech-metallers Damned Spring Fragrantia have shared details of their new EP. ‘Chasm’ will be released through Basick Records on November 17th.

1. Chasm
2. Umbra
3. Float
4. Pages
5. Quasar

Swedish metal crust punks Martyrdöd have joined Century Media Records (excluding North America).

Veteran Midlands-based musician Dan Kiener has announced plans to release a debut record under the name of Goodness Greyness Me. The eponymous album will be released on October 13th.

New Jersey surf punks Hang Tight have signed with Standby Records. They will release their debut EP ‘Grind’ on October 27th.

1. The Rents
2. Forget About It
3. Pretty In True Blue
4. Digital Age
5. Be Mine

Texas pop-rockers Home Above have set a release date of November 17th for their debut album – ‘Indecision To Move’.

Festival News

Judas Priest have been announced as the third and final headliner for next year’s Bloodstock Festival. They join previously announced headliners Gojira and Nightwish. Bloodstock Festival will take place at Catton Park, Derbyshire on 9th-12th August 2018.

Barcelona based festival, Be Prog! My Friend has announced the first two bands for 2018; Sons of Apollo (who feature Mike Portnoy) and Pain of Salvation.

Our Hollow, Our Home have added Crystal Lake (debut UK show), Holding Absence and Lifetight to next month’s ‘Holloween’ one-day festival. It’s set to take place at Southampton’s Talking Heads on Friday 27th October

Full line-up:
Our Hollow, Our Home (playing debut LP Hartsick in full)
Crystal Lake
Holding Absence
I, The Map Maker


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