In Case You Missed It (25/11/2018)

In Case You Missed It (25/11/2018)

ICYMI

Every weekend Already Heard gives you a rundown 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

Albums/EPs
Blanket – Transfixion EP
Strange Planes – Live At The Lab


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Tour News
Halestorm with In This Moment and New Years Day
November 2019
24th The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
25th Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
27th Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
28th Alexandra Palace, London

Weezer
June
29th O2 Academy Brixton, London

Architects with Loathe
December
2nd Concorde 2, Brighton

The Maine
April
6th The Forum, London

Our Hollow, Our Home with TheCityIsOurs and The Uncharted
February
15th Joiners, Southampton
16th Cavern, Exeter
17th The Exchange, Bristol
18th The Flapper, Birmingham
19th Red Rooms, Nottingham
20th Key Club, Leeds
21st Broadcast, Glasgow
22nd Satans Hollow, Manchester
23rd Hobos, Bridgend
24th Boston Music Room, London

Set It Off
April
10th Workmans Club, Dublin
12th G2, Glasgow
13th The Key Club, Leeds
14th Academy 2, Newcastle
16th Academy 3, Manchester
17th O2 Institute 2, Birmingham
18th The Garage, London

Area 11
February
16th G2, Glasgow
17th University Room 2, Newcastle
19th Key Club, Leeds
20th Academy 3, Manchester
22nd Dome, London
24th Joiners, Southampton
25th The Fleece, Bristol
26th Rough Trade, Nottingham
27th Asylum 2, Birmingham
28th The Globe, Cardiff

Hassle Records’ Xmas (Pagan, Swedish Death Candy and Phoxjaw)
December
6th The Black Heart, London

I, The Mapmaker and Reclaimer
February
8th O’Rileys, Hull
9th Rock City, Nottingham (Hey Hey Hey! Club night)
10th AATMA, Manchester

In The News

The Heavy Music Awards is set to expand again, with the third annual event set to take place at London’s O2 Forum Kentish Town on Thursday 22 August 2019.

York metallers InVisions have joined Stay Sick Records.

Dutch metal band The Charm The Fury have announced they are splitting up.

Alt/art rock trio SPQR have signed to Modern Sky Records.

Album/EP Releases

December:
7th:
Bowling For Soup – Older, Fatter, Still The Greatest – Live At Brixton

Monotreme Records – A Very Monotreme Christmas
1. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas (Jack Watts)
2. 2000 Miles (Stumbleine feat Elizabeth Heaton)
3. Lonely This Christmas (Oliver Spalding)
4.Santa Baby (Thee More Shallows)
5. That’s Christmas (Jack Watts)
6. At Last (Elizabeth Heaton)
7. Peace On Earth / Little Drummer Boy (The Favourite Bench)
8. Melchior (Reigns)

14th:
Motion Picture – Wild Quest
1. Disclosure
2. Making My Way To The Light
3. Invading Mars
4. I’m Like War
5. Carry Me On
6. Predator
7. The Frame
8. Here At The End
9. Toys On Fire
10. Yield

January:
18th:
Arch Enemy – Covered In Blood

25th:
Gamblers – Straight No Chaser EP

February:
1st:
Set It Off – Midnight (Fearless Records)
1. Killer In The Mirror
2. Hourglass
3. Lonely Dance”
4. Different Songs
5. For You Forever
6. Dancing With The Devil
7. Go To Bed Angry [feat. Wayfarers]
8. Midnight Thoughts
9. Criminal Minds
10. No Disrespect
11. Stitch Me Up
12. Raise No Fool
13. I Want You (Gone) [feat. Matt Appleton]
14. Unopened Windows
15. Happy All The Time [feat. Skyler Acord]

Mastiff – Plague (APF Records)
1. Hellcircle
2. Bubonic
3. Brainbleed
4. Quarantine
5. Vermin
6. Torture
7. Weep
8. Black Death

8th:
InVisions – Between You & Me
1. Good For Nothing
2. Too Far Gone
3. Follow Me
4. Worlds Away
5. Too Little, Too Late
6. Heretic
7. Memoriam
8. Dead To Me
9. LifeLost
10. Down & Out
11. Destined To Fail

15th:
Millencolin – SOS (Epitaph Records)
1. SOS
2. For Yesterday
3. Nothing
4. Sour Days
5. Yanny & Laurel
6. Reach You
7. Do You Want War
8. Trumpets & Poutine
9. Let It Be
10. Dramatic Planet
11. Caveman’s Land
12. Carry On

ONE OK ROCK – Eye Of The Storm (Fueled By Ramen
1. Eye Of The Storm
2. Stand Out Fit In
3. Head High
4. Grow Old Die Young
5. Push Back
6. Wasted Nights
7. Change
8. Letting Go
9. Worst in Me
10. In The Stars (Feat. Kiiara)
11. Giants
12. Unforgettable
13. The Last Time)

22nd:
Ghost Iris – Apple Of Discord (Long Branch Records)
1. Apple Of Discord
2. The Devil’s Plaything
3. Final Tale
4. After The Sun Sets Pt. II
5. Beauty In Expiration (feat. Don Vedda)
6. The Rat & The Snake (feat. Tyler Shelton of Traitors)
7. Heaven Was Pure Hell
8. Cowardly Pride
9. Magenta Moon (feat. Chad Ruhlig of For The Fallen Dreams)
10. Virus

March:
1st:
Weezer – The Black Album

Festival News

23 new additions have been announced for Download Festival 2019:

Alien Weaponry, Anthrax, Badflower, Black Futures, Blackberry Smoke, Dream Theater, Eagles Of Death Metal, I Prevail, The Interrupters, Jinjer, Lamb Of God, Man With A Mission, nothing,nowhere., Our Last Night, Riding The Low, Royal Republic, Slayer, The Smashing Pumpkins, State Champs, Underside, Whitechapel, Yours Truly, and Zebrahead.

Foo Fighters, Twenty One Pilots and The 1975 will headline Reading & Leeds Festival 2019. Pvris, The Distillers, and Bowling For Soup are amongst the other names announced so far.

The second wave of bands for next year’s Slam Dunk Festival have been announced:

Bullet for My Valentine, Glassjaw, Simple Plan, The Menzingers, I Don’t Know How but They Found Me , Turnstile, Knocked Loose, The Get Up Kids, Saves The Day, Trophy Eyes, and Tiny Moving Parts.

Grand Magus, Death Angel, Metal Church, Ross The Boss and Evil Scarcrow have been added to Bloodstock Open Air Festival 2019.

The Manchester Punk Festival have announced its second round of names for 2019:

Subhumans, The Creepshow, Smoke Or Fire, Restorations, Crywank, The Bar Stool Preachers, Millie Manders & The Shut Up, Astpai, Stoj Snak, 7 Years Bad Luck, Harijan, Catch-it Kebabs, Templeton Pek, A Vulture Wake, Fair Do’s, Adrenalized, Nervus, Cheerbleederz, Skinny Milk, Batwolf, Martyrials, Big Joanie, The Hard Aches, Burning Flag, Salvo, Coproach, Nosebleed, Casual Nausea, Harker, Young Conservatives, Habits, The Zipheads, James Hull, Chloe Hawes, Billy Liar and Perkie.