In Case You Missed It (26/11/2017)

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


Rain – Abstract Vision EP
Dialects – Because Your Path Is Unlike Any Other
Calligram – Askesis
SECT – No Cure for Death
Seven Stories High – Deadweight EP
Thanx 4 All The Shoes – Another Ride
Death of Lovers – The Acrobat
Backpack Records – Backpack Compilation

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Glassjaw – shira
Happy Accidents – Wait It Out
Happy Accidents – A Better Plan
The Gospel Youth – There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back (Shawn Mendes Cover)
Ducking Punches – Sobriety
Eat Your Heart Out – Better Late Than Never
Icarus The Owl – The Renaissance of Killing Art
Cold Years – Miss You To Death
Orchards – Darling (Nightblind remix)
Stearica – 20yrs
Witherfall – The Great Awakening
Epona – Retail Therapy
Bullet Height – Break Our Hearts Down
Primal Rite – Demon

New Videos

Green Day – 2000 Light Years Away
SikTh – The Aura
I Prevail – Already Dead
Happy Accidents – Wait It Out / A Better Plan
We Came As Romans – Wasted Age
As Sirens Fall – In My Mind feat. Benji Webbe
Beans on Toast – The Unlikely Gymnast
Yonaka – Bubblegum
Drones – Rorschach
Gogol Bordello – Did It All (live)
Evertim – Let Me Go
Shanghai Blues – SWIM
Steal The City – Manufactured
Alesana – Fits and Starts
High Rise – Hands Untied
Lightblue – In The Back Of My Room
1971 – Anxiety (In the Depths of Northwestern Ontario)
Boys Of Fall – No Good For Me
Miscreant – Let Tomorrow Die
Black Label Society – All That Once Shined
THE 69 EYES – Christmas In New York City
Davey Suicide – Torture Me
Worhol – Already Forgotten
The Vigil – Find a Way
Phoxjaw – Lottery

Tour News

Queens of the Stone Age​ have announced a show at Finsbury Park in London for Saturday June 30th. They’ll be joined by Iggy Pop​, Run The Jewels​ and The Hives​ with more to be announced.

The Used will follow up the recent release of their new album, ‘The Canyon’, with a UK tour in February.

11th Rock City, Nottingham
12th O2 Ritz Manchester, Manchester
15th O2 Academy Bristol, Bristol
16th O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London

Knuckle Puck have cancelled their upcoming UK/European tour with vocalist Joe Taylor citing personal mental health issues.

Dance Gavin Dance and Veil of Maya will embark on a co-headline UK tour in March.

03 The Asylum, Birmingham
04 The Marble Factory, Bristol
05 Riverside, Newcastle
06 Garage, Glasgow
07 Academy 2, Manchester
08 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
09 O2 Academy Islington, London

Within Temptation have revealed details of a short UK run for November 2018.

09 O2 Academy, Birmingham
10 O2 Apollo, Manchester
11 O2 Academy, Glasgow
13 O2 Academy Brixton, London

Möngöl Hörde have revealed they will be playing four UK shows in Janaury.

25 King Tut’s, Glasgow
26 Academy 3, Manchester
27 O2 Institute 2, Birmingham
28 Scala, London

Dutch symphonic metallers Epica have announced a tour of the UK and Ireland for April 2018. They’ll be joined by Myrkur and Oceans of Slumber.

06 Rock City, Nottingham
07 O2 ABC 1, Glasgow
08 O2 Academy, Bristol
10 Tivoli, Dublin
12 O2 Ritz, Manchester
13 O2 Forum, London

Milton Keynes trio RavenEye will embark on a UK tour in the new year.

20 The Waterfront, Norwich
21 The Slade Room, Wolverhampton
24 The Sugar Mill, Stoke On Trent
25 The Deaf Institute, Manchester
26 The Key Club, Leeds

28 Think Tank, Newcastle
30 The Exchange, Bristol
01 The Hope And Run, Brighton
02 Dingwalls, London
04 Talking Heads, Southampton
05 The Globe, Cardiff
08 The Grand Social, Dublin
09 Empire, Belfast
11 King Tut’s Wah Hut, Glasgow
12 The Mash House, Edinburgh

Glaswegian pop-rockers Lost in Stereo have been announced as Fireball UK’s Hottest Band 2018.
They will be playing three shows alongside 2017 winners Sweet Little Machine next month. While runners-up Ghouls, River Jumpers, Eat Defeat, Better Days, Last Edition, and Everyone And Anyone will be supporting on select dates.

19 O2 Academy2 Islington, London (w/ Ghouls, River Jumpers)
21 O2 ABC2, Glasgow (w/ Eat Defeat, Better Days)
23 O2 Academy2 Sheffield, Sheffield (w/ Last Edition, Everyone and Anyone)

In Her Own Words, For The Win, Better Than Never and Victory Lane will start 2018 with a lengthy tour of the UK.

5th Redrum, Stafford
6th Gulliver’s, Manchester
7th Cobblestones, Bridgwater
8th Louisiana, Britsol
9th Sanctuary, Basingstoke
10th Underground, Plymouth
11th The Flapper, Birmingham
12th Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton
13th Red Room (Rescue Rooms), Nottingham
14th Deacon Brodie’s, Dundee
15th Broadcast, Glasgow
16th Frog & Fiddle, Cheltenham
17th Borderline, London

Stiff Little Fingers will embark on a UK tour in March. They’ll be joined by Ruts DC.

9th Tramshed, Cardiff

10th 02 Academy, Bristol

11th The Waterfront, Norwich

13th 02 Ritz, Manchester
14th Rock City, Nottingham
16th 02 Academy, Newcastle
17th Barrowlands Ballroom, Glasgow
18th Ironworks, Inverness
19th The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen
21st Sub 89, Reading
22nd Concorde 2, Brighton
23rd 02 Forum, London

Belgian post-metallers Amenra will be going on a UK co-headline tour with Japanese band Boris early next year.

14 Thekla, Bristol
15 Heaven, London
16 Arts Centre, Norwich
17 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
18 Gorilla, Manchester
19 St. Luke’s, Glasgow
20 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

In The News

Glassjaw​ have announced their new album, ‘Material Control’, will be released next Friday (December 1st) via Century Media Records​.

01. New White Extremity
02. Shira
03. Citizen
04. Golgotha
05. Strange Hours
06. Bastille Day
07. Pompeii
08. Bibleland 6
09. Closer
10. My Conscience Weighs A Ton
11. Material Control
12. Cut and Run

Panic! At The Disco have revealed details of new live album called ‘All My Friends We’re Glorious’.
Containing 21-tracks, the album will be released on December 15th via Fueled By Ramen/DCD2 Records/Crush Music.

1. Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time
2. LA Devotee
3. Ready To Go (Get Me Out Of My Mind)
4. Golden Days
5. Vegas Lights
6. A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out Medley
7. Hallelujah
8. Nine In The Afternoon
9. Miss Jackson
10. This Is Gospel
11. Death Of A Bachelor
12. The Ballad Of Mona Lisa
13. Movin’ Out (Anthony’s Song)
14. Emperor’s New Clothes
15. Nicotine
16. Crazy = Genius
17. Let’s Kill Tonight
18. Girls/Girls/Boys
19. Bohemian Rhapsody
20. I Write Sins Not Tragedies
21. Victorious

Myles Kennedy (Alter Bridge / Slash with Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators) has signed a deal with Napalm Records. His first solo record, ‘Year of the Tiger’, is set to be released in the Spring.

London indie-punk trio Happy Accidents will return on February 16th with their second album, ‘Everything But The Here And Now’. It will be released through Alcopop! Records.

Drones will release their new album, ‘Exiled’, on March 9th on Lockjaw Records.

Aberdeen-based Americana punk rockers Cold Years will return with a new EP called ‘Northern Blue‘ on 2nd March 2018.

Brighton emo/alt-rock quartet Evertim have announced a new EP called ‘Your Heaven Held Me Well’. It’ll be released on January 19th via Fox Records.

Kent indie rockers Get Inuit have changed their name to Indoor Pets.

German instrumental rockers Long Distance Calling have announced the release of their sixth studio album, ‘Boundless’ for February 2nd via Inside Out Music.

1. Out There
2. Ascending
3. In The Clouds
4. Like A River
5. The Far Side
6. On The Verge
7. Weightless
8. Skydivers

Nottingham’s As December Falls will release a live record, ‘Live At Rescue Rooms’, on December 1st.

1. Everything You Say
2. Cross My Heart
3. Let Go
4. Don’t Say A Word
5. Keep Dreaming…
6. Royals
7. Things I (Don’t) Want
8. Always Set On Letting Go
9. More To You
10. Capture

Detroit pop-punk quintet Boys Of Fall have joined InVogue Record.

Festival News

Doro, Fozzy, Bloodbath and Septicflesh are the latest names to be announced for next summer’s Bloodstock Open Air Festival.

Halestorm, Blackberry Smoke, Steve Earle and The dukes and Sons of Apollo are the first names to be announced for the Ramblin’ Man Fair festival. It takes place on June 30th and July 1st at Mote Park in Kent.

The first names for Heavy Scotland have been announced. It will see Carcass, Gama Bomb, Nervosa and Perpetual head to Edinburgh in late September.


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