In Case You Missed It (27/03/2016)

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

Theo – Hope Solo EP
GIANTS – Break The Cycle
Fall of Minerva – Portraits
Giants – Break The Cycle
Asking Alexandria – The Black

Biffy Clyro – Wolves Of Winter
Thrice – Blood On The Sand
Pierce The Veil – Texas Is Forever
Tremonti – Dust
Race the Flux – Matty Rusko
Little Bribes – Between Blood
Not Today – Growing Backwards
Hesitation Wounds – New Abuse
Firesuite – Deadbeat
Against The Current – Wasteland
Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties – ‘67, Cherry Red
SUMAC – Rigid Man
The Gotobeds – Real Maths/Too Much
Grand Magus – Varangian
Culture Abuse – Turn It Off
Curses – Fortune Collapse (ft. Spencer Sotelo)
Westing – Away
The Gospel Youth – All She Ever Does
PEARS – Cumshots

New Videos

Andy Black – We Don’t Have To Dance
Issues – The Realest
The Hotelier – Piano Player
The Word Alive – Trapped
Black Foxxes – HUSK
Strange Bones – God Save The Teen
United Fruit – Open Your Eyes
Phobophobes – No Flavour
Teen Suicide – The Big Joyous Celebration
Vexxes – Everything I’ve Ever Known
Autumn Ruin – Tales
Greywind – Forest Ablaze
Silver Snakes – Glass
Hurry – Nothing Left To Say
Cabin Boy Jumped Ship – Replace The Hate (Feat. James Harrison of Oceans Ate Alaska)
Bad Ideas – Brian’s Boat (Live at Seamus Wong Studios)
Caligula’s Horse – Turntail
Belvedere – Hairline
Boy Jumps Ship – Lost & Found
Moralist – Nevermore
Michael Mormecha – Happily Lost
FOES – Beautiful Fiction
Slow Riot – Trophy Wives
Banshee – Say My Name
Holy Pinto – Hospital Room
Rideau – Stand Still
Young and Heartless – Noisecreep
Area 52 – What Do You Want?
Once Upon a Dead Man – Rush
Chasing Dragons – Devil In Her Eyes
Solemn Sun – Bloom
Nai Harvest – Just Like You
Patent Pending – Six Feet
Servant Sun – Taste of Silver
Best of Enemies – Sorry State
Andy Shauf – The Magician
Graveyard Johnnys – Ready To Roll
Wild Moth – Buried
Safe, So Simple – Do Or Do Not, There Is No Try
The Cadillac Three – Graffiti
STORY – Community feat. Liam Leverton
INTRONAUT – Sul Ponticello
I the Mighty – Slow Dancing Forever
Gun Shy – To Leave (The Official Motion Picture)
BoySetsFire – Fall From Grace

Tour News

Killswitch Engage and Cane Hill have been announced as support for Bullet For My Valentine’s UK headline tour later this year.

24 Newport Centre, Newport
27 O2 Academy, Newcastle
30 O2 Academy, Glasgow
03 Manchester Academy, Manchester
06 O2 Academy, Birmingham
09 O2 Academy Brixton, London

The Winter Passing and Greywind will be supporting Moose Blood on their UK tour next month.

13 Fleece, Bristol
14 1865, Southampton
15 Islington Academy, London
16 Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton
17 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
18 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
20 Sound Control, Manchester
21 Academy II, Newcastle
22 Mash House, Edinburgh
23 Arts Club, Liverpool

Architects have announced a launch show for their upcoming seventh album ‘All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us‘. It will take place at Brighton’s Concorde 2 on May 27th.

The Gospel Youth and Dead! will join I The Mighty as support on Hands Like Houses’ forthcoming UK tour.

25 Academy 3, Manchester
26 Key Club, Leeds
27 Cathouse, Glasgow
28 Uni Su, Newcastle
29 Arts Centre Loft, Liverpool
30 Bodega, Nottingham
31 O2 Institute 2, Birmingham
01 Joiners, Southampton
02 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
03 O2 Academy Islington, London
04 Exchange, Bristol

Landscapes and Capsize have announced a short run of UK dates as part of a wider European tour. Support comes from Giants.

17 Fuel Club, Cardiff
18 Rainbow, Birmingham
19 Star and Garter, Manchester
20 Boston Music Rooms, London

North Carolina duo Elvis Depressedly have revealed they will embark on their first UK tour in June. The tour will be in support of the forthcoming reissue of 2013s ‘Holo Pleasures’ EP, which will be released through Run For Cover Records on June 3rd alongside a new EP of unreleased material on the B-side, ‘California Dreamin’.’

8th Moth Club, London
9th Joiners, Southampton
12th Green Door Store, Brighton
13th Crofters Rights, Bristol
15th Aatma, Manchester
16th Audio, Glasgow
17th Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham

Testament have announced additional shows in Oxford and London to their forthcoming UK visit.

19th O2 Academy, Oxford
21st The Assembly, Leamington Spa
22nd Engine Rooms, Southampton
23rd Thrash’n’Bowl @ Brooklyn Bowl, London

In The News

Biffy Clyro will return on July 8th with their seventh album – ‘Ellipsis’.

Thrice have confirmed their ninth album, ‘To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere,’’ will be released on May 27th via Vagrant Records.

1. Hurricane
2. Blood On The Sand
3. The Window
4. Wake Up
5. The Long Defeat
6. Seneca
7. Black Honey
8. Stay With Me
9. Death From Above
10. Whistleblower
11. Salt And Shadow

At The Drive In have announced guitarist Jim Ward has parted ways with the band.

Issues have revealed details of their much anticipated new album. ‘Headspace’ will be released through Rise Records on May 20th.

1. The Realest
2. Home Soon
3. Lost-n-Found (On a Roll)
4. Yung & Dum
5. Made to Last
6. Flojo
7. Hero
8. Coma
9. Rank Rider
10. Blue Wall
11. Someone Who Does
12. I Always Knew
13. Slow Me Down

Aaron West and The Roaring Twenties (the solo project of The Wonder Years front man, Dan Campbell) have revealed details of a new 7" EP called ‘Bittersweet’. It’s due out Friday, May 20th via Hopeless Records.

1. ’67, Cherry Red
2. Goodbye, Carolina Blues
3. Green Like the G Train, Green Like Sea Foam

Chris Davis, formerly of Texas In July, has officially joined The Ghost Inside as their second guitarist.

Sonic Boom Six have announced plans to release a new album called ‘The F-Bomb’ on 28th May through Cherry Red Records. A deluxe version of the album will include a second disc recorded at their November 2015 show at The Owl Sanctuary.

‘The F Bomb’ – The New Album:
1. No Man, No Right
2. From The Fire To The Frying Pan
3. Do What You Wanna Do
4. Drop The Bass (And Pick It Up)
5. Train Leaves Tomorrow
6. L.O.V.E
7. Worship Yourself
8. Joanna
9. All The Same To Me
10. Echoes In The Dark
Disc 2 – Live from Norwich Owl Sanctuary
1. Bigger Than Punk Rock
2. Virus
3. No Man, No Right
4. Bang! Bang! Bang! Bang!
5. Do What You Wanna Do
6. Sound of a Revolution
7. L.O.V.E
8. All in / Monkey See Monkey Do
9. Northern Skies
10. Drop The Bass (And Pick It Up)
11. Piggy in the Middle
12. Joanna
13. The Road To Hell Is Paved With Good Intentions
14. For The Kids of the Muticulture
15. Blood For Oil

Away Days, the new band featuring members of Blitz Kids, will release their self-titled debut EP on May 6th through Speaking Tongues.

1. Messiah
2. Through The Night
3. Give Me My Life Back
4. I Look Alright (But I’m Not)

Cheltenham trio Austeros have revealed their debut album will be titled ‘Painted Blue’ and will be released through Specialist Subject Records on May 27th.

1. By Now
2. Superpowers
3. In Orbit
4. Here We Are Again
5. Shit Sticks
6. Fraction Of Time
7. We Seem OK
8. Don’t Wanna Know
9. Sorry Sight
10. One Way

Nottingham quartet Little Bribes have revealed details of their debut EP. The five-track release is called ‘Obstacles’ and will be released on April 8th.

1. Between Blood
2. Deadname
3. Cartography
4. Raggy Dolls
5. Living Room

Glasgow based four-piece United Fruit will return on May 13th with the release of their second album – ‘Eternal Return.’

Manchester pop punks Not Today have revealed details of their new EP – ‘Headway’. It’s set for release on May 20th.

1. Worth My Time
2. This Song Sounded Better In My Head
3. Coming Storm (Ft. Daniel Jeffery)
4. These Few Months
5. Growing Backwards

Philadelphia powerpop outfit Hurry have announced their new record ‘Guided Meditation,’ coming to Lame-O Records on April 29th.

1. Nothing To Say
2. When I’m With You
3. Fascination
4. Love Is Elusive
5. Shake It Off
6. Sinking Feeling
7. Telepathic
8. Under Her Thumb
9. Wanna Be You

Sumac will release a double LP entitled ‘What One Becomes’ on June 10th throughh Thrill Jockey.

1. Image of Control
2. Rigid Man
3. Clutch of Oblivion
4. Blackout
5. Will to Reach

Southampton hardcore quintet Moralist have revealed their new EP, ‘Bitterness Lays In Wasted Times,’ will be released on Friday 17th June.

1. Nevermore
2. Bitterness Lays In Wasted Times
3. Weatherman
4. Bound To Anchors

Aberdeen metallers Cleanse the Hive have set a release date of April 17th for their debut EP – ‘From The Depth’.

1. Eviscerate
2. Cities Of Gold
3. The Reign Of Tyrants
4. From The Depths
5. Terror Rising

Festival News

Details of Slam Dunk Festival’s acoustic stage have been announced with The Rocket Summer set to headline. Other names announced are Rob Lynch, Away Days, Elder Brother, Greywind, Grumble Bee, Seafoal, Bethan Leadley and Lianne Kaye. In additional news, The Beat and The JB Conspiracy have been added to the Ska Punk stage. Whilst Mel Clarke, Party Blinders, Bury Tomorrow (DJ set) and UPRAWR Resident Djs have been confirmed for the UPRAWR dance stage.

Yashin, Penetration, Sonic Boom Six, Johnny Foreigner, The St Pierre Snake Invasion, Symmetry, Sky Valley Mistress, Grumble Bee, JOANovARC, Blurred Vision, Desperate Measures, The Fallen State, Duchess and Emily Lee make up the next round of bands confirmed for Camden Rocks on Saturday June 4th.

Mad Caddies have been added to Groezrock.

The latest additions to the Bloodstock Open Air festival have been announced. It sees Diamond Head being confirmed as the Friday night headliners for the Sophie Lancaster stage. Whilst Misery Loves Company and Cambion have been confirmed the Ronnie James Dio stage with Krysthla confirmed for the Sophie Lancaster stage.

The full day splits for Rebellion Festival have been announced.


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