In Case You Missed It (26/02/2017)

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

Senses Fail – In Your Absence EP
Decade – Pleasantries
Wild Pink – Wild Pink
Every Stranger Looks Like You – Bluest Shade Of Black
Mobina Galore -Feeling Disconnected
Heart Attack Man – The Manson Family
No Thank You – Jump Ship
Manchester Punk Festival Vol​​.​​13
Nightlife – Salt & Acid EP
The Final Clause of Tacitus – Peace in Chaos EP
Baked – Farnham
King Woman – Created in the Image of Suffering

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At The Drive In – Incurably Innocent
The Mountain Goats – Andrew Eldritch Is Moving Back to Leeds
Employed To Serve – I Spend My Days (Wishing Them Away)
Knuckle Puck – Indecisive
Vukovi – Weirdo
A Will Away – Into The Light
Can’t Swim – Quitting
The Winter Passing – Significance
Slingshot Dakota – Grudge
Royal Thunder – April Showers
Biters – Stone Cold Love
Art Of Anarchy – No Surrender
Greg Graffin – Backroads Of My Mind
Faux – Hot Headed
Coast To Coast – Heredity
Energy – The Witching Hour
Stolas – Damage Division
GROUNDS – Stutter
Goddamnit – Fix Dis
Fit For An Autopsy – Iron Moon
David Bazan – Disappearing Ink
Emperor X – €30,000
Benchmarks – Let You Down
Dozer TX – Fixated
Happyness – Through Windows
Convulsions – Culture Shock
Sleep Token – Hey Ya (OutKast cover)
A Wake In Providence – A Darkened Gospel
No Vacation – Mind Fields

New Videos

Architects – Gravity
While She Sleeps – Silence Speaks ft. Oli Sykes
Gojira – The Cell
Blessthefall – Dead Air
Suicide Silence – Dying in a Red Room
Volumes – On Her Mind [feat. Pouya]
With Confidence – Long Night
The Maine – Bad Behavior
Weatherstate – Sympathy
Catch Fire – Sylvester
Boston Manor – Burn You Up
SWMRS – D’You Have a Car?
Skinny Lister – Injuries
Los Campesinos! – 5 Flucloxacillin
Cayetana – Mesa
Body Count – No Lives Matter
Seether – Let You Down
Harker – Somewhere Better
Grumble Bee – Red
Big Jesus – Always
Eisley – Louder Than a Lion
Backwards Dancer – I Saw Your Spirit
Youth Killed It – (Jean-Claude) Van Mann
Loathe – Dance On My Skin
Idles – Mother
Lullaby – Animal
Death and the Penguin – No Blood, No Sport
Danko Jones – My Little RnR
Hometruths – Genocide
Chambers – Sister Doom
SEASONS – Want It All
Ghouls – Seasonal Affective
Astroid Boys – Foreigners (ft. Sonny Double 1)
Vanishing Life – Vanishing Life
Hyenas – Self-Adjusting
Uneven Structure – Incube
Wayde – Easy (Don’t Be Long)
Diet Cig – Tummy Ache
The Charm The Fury – Echoes
A Trust Unclean – To Encompass And Eclipse
Oh See Demons – If I’m Wrong (You Must Be Right)
Dreaming Awake – Friction (feat Jeremy Gilmore of Sycamour)
Ayreon – Everybody Dies
The Barnum Meserve – Flight
Holding Sand – Whimpers & Scream
Air Drawn Dagger – The Banshee
Be Like Pablo – There She Is
Ashland – No Good

Tour News

PVRIS will return to the UK in May for two shows at London’s O2 Shepherds Bush. The shows are part of a European run.

4th O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London (sold out)
5th O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London
8th Trabendo Paris
10th Melkweg, Amsterdam
11th Columbia, Berlin

New Found Glory have added shows in Cardiff, Norwich, Oxford, Portsmouth and London to their 20th anniversary UK tour.

New dates:
20 Tramshed, Cardiff (‘Sticks And Stones’ + ‘Not Without A Fight’)
21 Academy, Oxford (‘Sticks And Stones’ + ‘New Found Glory’)
22 UEA, Norwich (‘Sticks And Stones + ‘Catalyst’)
23 Forum, London (‘Sticks And Stones’ + ‘Catalyst’)
25 Pyramids, Portsmouth (‘Sticks And Stones’ + ‘Not Without A Fight’)

Twin Atlantic have announced an intimate set of UK dates to take place in May.

18 Beach Ballrom, Aberdeen
19 Ironworks, Inverness
20 Copper Rooms, Coventry
22 O2 Academy, Bristol
23 Brixton Electric, London
24 Junction, Cambridge
25 Lemon Grove, Exeter
30 William Aston Hall, Wrexham
31 Sin City, Swansea

Coheed and Cambria will follow up their appearance at the Download Festival with a one off show at KOKO London on June 18th. It will be part of the band’s current ‘Good Apollo, I’m Burning Star IV, Volume One: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness’ tour, which sees the band perform the 2005 album in full.

Knuckle Puck have announced a run of UK shows around their appearance at this year’S Download Festival. Support comes from Wallflower.

07 Old Blue Last, London
09 Fighting Cocks, Kingston
10 Download Festival, Donington
11 Deaf Institute, Manchester
12 Audio, Glasgow
13 Exchange, Bristol

Gnarwolves will support the release of ‘Outsiders’ with a UK headline tour.

08 Mama Roux’s, Birmingham
09 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
10 Riverside, Newcastle
11 Stereo, Glasgow
12 Sound Control, Manchester
14 Bodega, Nottingham
15 Fighting Cocks, Kingston
16 Exchange, Bristol
17 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
19 Joiners, Southampton
20 Borderline, London

mewithoutYou have been announced as support for Underoath’s UK tour.

01 Ritz, Manchester
03 Rock City, Nottingham
04 ABC, Glasgow
05 Academy, Newcastle
06 Institute, Birmingham
08 Beckett University, Leeds
09 Forum, London
10 Nick Rayns LCR, Norwich
11 Academy, Bristol

The Bouncing Souls have announced a short run of UK shows in June. They will be joined by The Great Collapse and Great Cynics.

19 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
20 The Hairy Dog, Derby
21 Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
22 The Dome, London

Deez Nuts have been added to Suicide Silence’s rescheduled UK tour which takes place next month. Venom Prison will also be supporting.

19 Engine Rooms, Southampton
20 Club Academy, Manchester
21 Garage, Glasgow
22 O2 Academy 2, Birmingham
23 Marble Factory, Bristol
24 KOKO, London

Muncie Girls have announced a run of UK shows to take place in April.

01 2Q Festival, Derby
21 Esquires, Bedford
22 Manchester Punk Festival, Manchester
24 Marrs Bar, Worcester
27 2 Pigs, Cheltenham
29 Handmade Festival, Leicester
30 Boileroom, Guilford

The Winter Passing will mark the release of their new EP, ‘Double Exposure’, with a run of shows in the UK and Ireland.

22 Stag & Hound, Bristol
24 Old Blue Last, London
25 Sticky Mikes, Brighton
26 The Key Club, Leeds
27 Studio 2, Liverpool
29 Whelans, Dublin

Rob Zombie will be playing a one-off UK show at the O2 Academy in Glasgow on Friday, 9th June.

CKY will return to the UK in May for their first tour here since 2011.

8 Concorde 2, Brighton
9 The Fleece, Bristol
10 Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
11 The Junction, Cambridge
12 Sub 89, Reading
13 O2 Academy, Birmingham
15 King Tuts, Glasgow
16 Rebellion, Manchester
17 O2 Academy 2, Sheffield
19 O2 Academy 2, Liverpool
20 Colchester Arts Centre, Colchester
21 The Underworld, London

Sløtface and Muncie Girls will be supporting Los Campesinos!’ forthcoming UK shows.

27 Arts Centre, Liverpool*
28 Stereo, Glasgow*
29 Queens Social Club, Sheffield*
30 The Cluny, Newcastle*
01 KOKO, London*^
05 The Haunt, Brighton^
06 Arts Centre, Norwich^
07 Hare & Hounds, Birmingham^
*with Sløtface
^with Muncie Girls

Pennsylvanian two-piece Slingshot Dakota will toue the UK with Petal in May.

6th Deadpunk Special, Bristol

8th Retro Bar, Manchester
9th Hug & Pint, Glasgow
10th Wharf Chambers, Leeds
11th JT Soar, Nottingham
12th Joiners, Southampton
13th DIY Space For London, London
14th The Hope, Brighton

Danish prog-metallers Ghost Iris have announced a run of UK shows with Exist Immortal.

12 Jumpin’ Jacks, Newcastle
13 Frog & Fiddle, Cheltenham
14 Hobos, Bridgend
15 Silkfest, Basingstoke

San Francisco Bay Area thrash legends Death Angel will tour the UK in August.

8th Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton
9th Audio, Glasgow
10th Hobos, Bridgend
11th Underworld, London

Twelve Foot Nina have announced their first UK headline tour for April.

Tue 11 Audio, Glasgow
Wed 12 Think Tank, Newcastle
Thu 13 The Flapper, Birmingham
Fri 14 Rock City Basement, Nottingham
Sat 15 Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
Mon 17 The Underworld, London

Beans On Toast will take to the road to play some of the UK’s finest boozers and local pubs in May as part of his ‘Down the Pub’ tour.

04 The Ferret, Preston
05 The New Bee Hive Inn, Bradford
06 Alma Inn, Bolton
07 The Phoenix, Coventry
09 The Noel Arms, Melton Mowbray
10 Giffard Arms, Wolverhampton
11 The Friends Arms, Carmarthen
17 The Swan, Ipswich
18 Dog & Whistle, Hertford
19 The Swan, Rayne
20 The Tub, Hastings
21 Duke Of Cumberland, Whitstable
23 The King Arthur, Glastonbury
24 The Junction, Plymouth
25 Pebbles Tavern, Watchet
26 Cobblestones, Bridgwater

Having released their new album ‘Sleeping Through the War’ this week, Nashville’s All Them Witches have announced a run of headline shows for this Autumn.

21 Secret Garden Party, Huntington
22 Truck Festival, Cambridge
23 Truck Festival, Cambridge
30 Academy3, Birmingham
1 Sound Control, Manchester
2 Whelans, Dublin
3 King Tuts, Glasgow
4 Wardrobe, Leeds
5 Koko, London
7 Bierkeller, Bristol
8 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

Ghouls will preview their new album, ‘Run’, with a UK tour in the spring.

09 Lady Luck, Canterbury
10 Winchester Gate, Salisbury
11 Cobblestones, Bridgwater
20 O2 Academy 3, Birmingham
21 O2 ABC 2, Glasgow
22 O2 Academy 2, Newcastle
23 O2 Academy 2, Sheffield
24 O2 Academy 2, Oxford
25 O2 Academy 2, Islington London
16 The Rolleston, Swindon
17 The Underground, Plymouth

Latin metallers Ill Nino will celebrate the 15th anniversary of their debut album, ‘Revolution Revolución’, with a UK tour next month. The tour will see them by playing the album in its entirety, alongside other fan favourites from the band’s extensive catalogue.

23rd Waterfront, Norwich
24th Academy 3, Manchester
25th Classic Grand, Glasgow
26th Fleece, Bristol
28th Islington Academy, London
29th Talking Heads, Southampton

In The News

All Time Low have revealed details of their new album. ‘Last Young Renegade’ will be released on June 2nd via Fueled By Ramen.

01. Last Young Renegade
02. Drugs & Candy
03. Dirty Laundry
04. Good Times
05. Nice2KnoU
06. Life of the Party
07. Nightmares
08. Dark Side of Your Room
09. Ground Control (feat. Tegan and Sara)
10. Afterglow

On May 5th, At The Drive will release their first album in 17 years. ‘in • ter a • li • a’ (Latin for “among other things”) will be released through Rise Records.

1. No Wolf Like The Present
2. Continuum
3. Tilting At The Univendor
4. Governed By Contagions
5. Pendulum In A Peasant Dress
6. Incurably Innocent
7. Call Broken Arrow
8. Holtzclaw
9. Torrentially Cutshaw
10. Ghost-tape No.9
11. Hostage Stamps

Modern Baseball have cancelled all their forthcoming tour and will be going on a indefinite hiatus due to mental health issues.

Gnarwolves have announced their long awaited second album will be called ‘Outsiders’. It’ll be released on May 5th via Big Scary Monsters.

Knuckle Puck will release a new 7" titled ‘Calendar Days’ / ‘Indecisive’ on March 17th via Rise Records.

South African grunge-inspired rockers Seether will return on May 12th with their seventh full-length album – ‘Poison The Parish’. It will be the first release on front man Shaun Morgan’s new label imprint, Canine Riot Records.

1. Stoke the Fire
2. Betray and Degrade
3. Something Else
4. I’ll Survive
5. Let You Down
6. Against the Wall
7. Let Me Heal
8. Saviours
9. Nothing Left
10. Count Me Out
11. Emotionless
12. Sell My Soul

The Word Alive have welcomed Matt Horn as their new drummer.

Employed To Serve will be releasing their sophomore album ‘The Warmth Of A Dying Sun’ on May 19th through Holy Roar Records.

1. Void Ambition
2. Good For Nothing
3. Platform 89
4. Lethargy
5. I Spend My days (Wishing Them Away)
6. Never Falls Far
7. The Warmth Of A Dying Sun
8. Church Of Mirrors
9. Half Life
10. Apple Tree

Los Angeles heavy rockers Volumes will return June 8th with a new album called ‘Different Animals’ via Fearless Records.

the Mountain Goats will return with their sixteenth studio ‘Goths’, on May 19th via Merge Records.

1. Rain in Soho
2. Andrew Eldritch Is Moving Back to Leeds
3. The Grey King and the Silver Flame Attunement
4. We Do It Different on the West Coast
5. Unicorn Tolerance
6. Stench of the Unburied
7. Wear Black
8. Paid in Cocaine
9. Rage of Travers
10. Shelved
11. For the Portuguese Goth Metal Bands
12. Abandoned Flesh

Irish indie punks The Winter Passing have returned and will release a new EP called ‘Double Exposure’ through Big Scary Monsters (UK) and 6131 Records (US) on April 21st.

01. Paper Rabbit
02. Significance
03. She Was A Rose
04. Like Flowers Ache For Spring
05. Escapism
06. So Said Virginia

Philadelphia’s Cayetana have announced details on their new album titled ‘New Kind of Normal’. The album will be released on May 5th7 on the bands own record label, Plum Records.

1. Am I Dead Yet
2. Mesa
3. Too Old for This
4. Bus Ticket
5. Easy to Love
6. Side Sleepers
7. Certain for Miles
8. Phonics Failed Me
9. Grumpy’s
10. Follow
11. Dust
12. World

Essex pop-rock quintet Tigress have shared details of their new EP. ‘Like It Is’ will be released on the 12th May via LAB Records.

1. Give Me A Chance
2. Power Lines
3. Headaches
4. Shockwave
5. Temper, Temper

London-based punks Ghouls will release a new album called ‘Run’ on May 5th via 1471 Records.

Aussie trio Columbus have begun work on an acoustic EP. It’ll feature re-worked tracks from last year’s debut album ‘Spring Forever’.

Metal/hardcore five-piece Death Remains have announced that they’ll be releasing their new album, ‘Destroy/Rebuild’ on 28th April 2017 via Transcend Music.

Seattle rockers The Classic Crime have detailed their fifth album. ‘How To Be Human’ will be released on April 28th via BC Music.

Maryland/Pennsylvania experimental death-noise band Full of Hell have confirmed they will release a new album entitled ‘Trumpeting Ecstasy’ on May 5th.

1. Deluminate
2. Branches of Yew
3. Bound Sphinx
4. The Cosmic Vein
5. Digital Prison
6. Crawling Back to God
7. Fractured Quartz
8. Gnawed Flesh
9. Ashen Mesh
10. Trumpeting Ecstasy
11. At the Cauldron’s Bottom

Cambridge born singer songwriter Tom Lumley will release his debut EP, ‘Dream City’ on 6th April.

1. Dream City

2. Running From Our Lives

3. Tonight

4. Done My Time

5. Open Your Eyes

Festival News

The latest Reading Festival and Leeds Festival announcement has been made with the third headliner being Eminem. Other notable names from the plethora of acts announced this week include You Me At Six, Billy Talent, Puppy, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Marmozets, Moose Blood, Mallory Knox, Counterfeit., The Pretty Reckless and more.

Foo Fighters have been announced as headliners for Glastonbury.

The next set of bands for this year’s Slam Dunk Festival has been announced. It consists of We Are The Ocean, Deaf Havana, Frank Iero and the Patience, Stray From The Path, The Maine, Sorority Noise, Seaway, Boston Manor, WSTR, Crime In Stereo, and Too Close to Touch.

The second wave of bands for this year’s UK Tech-Fest has been announced:

Chelsea Grin
The Faceless (UK Exclusive)
Beyond Creation (UK Exclusive)
Uneven Structure
Humanity’s Last Breath (UK Exclusive)
Exivious (UK Exclusive – Final UK Show)
Panzerballett (UK Exclusive)
DSME (Drewsif Stalin’s Musical Endeavors)
Virvum (UK Exclusive)
Ghost Iris
James Norbert Ivanyi
Sleep Token

Brighton’s The Green Door Store will host the Creeping Death Fest on Sunday May 28th. The line-up consists of Rough Hands, ITHACA, Pijn, Wren, Watchcries and Solleme.


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