In Case You Missed It (28/05/2017)

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


Weirds – Swarmculture
Create To Inspire – Sickness
The Tidal Sleep – Be Water
Ostraca – Last
Ten Cents Short – Major Steps, Minor Setbacks EP


Enter Shikari – Supercharge (feat. Big Narstie)
Arcane Roots – Matter
In Hearts Wake – Waterborne
Oceans Ate Alaska – Covert
Eighteen Visions – The Disease, The Decline, and Wasted Time
Municipal Waste – Slime and Punishment
Lay It On The Line – Aim High
Radar State – Spinning Wheel
Bright Green – That’s Heaven Behind Me
Eerie Gaits – Eau Gallie
White Noise Radio – Dawning
Ravenna – Emergency
Hogan’s Goat – Shit Kicker
High Signs – A Much Larger Ocean

New Videos

Neck Deep – Where Do We Go When We Go
Neck Deep – Happy Judgement Day
Stone Sour – Song #3
Code Orange – Bleeding In The Blur
Of Mice & Men – Back To Me
Memphis May Fire – That’s Just Life
American Football – My Instincts Are The Enemy
Beartooth – Sick Of Me
Deez Nuts – Remedy
Goldfinger – Put The Knife Away
Bowling For Soup – Punk Rock 101 (Acoustic)
The Smith Street Band – Shine
The Gospel Youth – Moods Like English Weather
Broadside – Paradise
Kamikaze Girls – Deathcap
Tigress – Headaches
Anna’s Anchor – Summer Camp
The Family – My Kind of Scum
Bellevue Days – Secret Love
I, The Lion – Override System
The Black Angels – Currency
Biters – Stone Cold Love
CHON – Waterslide
A Trust Unclean – Exonerate
BEAR – Blackpool
Amplifier – Kosmos
Figures – Alpha
Tranquility – Tamarack
Bailer – In For A Penny, In For A Pound
Plastic – Flossing
Vacant Home – Heirloom
Frown Upon – Scratch
Moments – House Of Habits
Fire Red Empress – Giants
Britney – Welcome To Britney (Your Gateway To Pleasure)
March – Such A Drag
Malum Sky – Eye Above
Kim Seviour – Chiasma
Taller Than Stories – Little Johnny

Tour News

Enter Shikari have announced their biggest UK arena tour to date. Support comes from Lower Than Atlantis and Astroid Boys.

16 Arena, Liverpool
17 Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
18 Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
19 Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
21 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
22 Centre, Brighton
24 Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
25 Alexandra Palace, London

Neck Deep have announced ‘The Peace and The Panic UK/Ire Tour’ for this October.

4 Mandela Hall, Belfast
5 The Workmans Club, Dublin
7 O2 Academy, Newcastle
8 O2 Academy, Glasgow
9 Rock City, Nottingham
11 UEA, Norwich
12 Great Hall, Cardiff
13 O2 Brixton Academy, London
14 O2 Apollo, Manchester

Stone Sour have announced a headline tour for later this year. Support comes from The Pretty Reckless.

Wed 29th Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
Thu 30th First Direct Arena, Leeds
Fri 1st Centre, Brighton
Mon 4th O2 Brixton Academy, London
Tue 5th Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Fri 8th SSE Hydro, Glasgow

The line-up for Fireball’s Fuelling The Fire tour has been announced. It will be headlined by Reel Big Fish and they’ll be joined by Anti Flag, Mad Caddies and Sweet Little Machine, Fireball’s Hottest Band 2017 winners.

11 O2 Ritz, Manchester
12 O2 Academy, Bristol
13 O2 Academy, Leicester
14 O2 Academy, Leeds
16 O2 Forum Kentish Town, London
17 O2 Forum Kentish Town, London
18 O2 Academy, Newcastle
19 O2 Academy, Glasgow
20 O2 Academy, Liverpool*
21 O2 Academy, Sheffield*
*Anti-Flag will not appear on these dates

Ontario, Canada’s post-hardcore heavyweights, Silverstein, will follow up the release of ‘Dead Reflection’ (Rise Records) on July 14th with a headline UK tour in December.

Fri 8th Talking Heads, Southampton
Sat 9th The Haunt, Brighton
Sun 10th The Globe, Cardiff
Tue 12th G2, Glasgow
Wed 13th Think Tank, Newcastle
Thu 14th Sound Control, Manchester
Fri 15th The Parish, Huddersfield
Sat 16th Garage, London

Arcane Roots will follow up the release of ‘Melancholia Hymns’ with a tour of the UK and Ireland in October.

Thu 5 Scala, London
Fri 6 Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton
Sat 7 Academy 3, Manchester
Sun 8 King Tuts, Glasgow
Mon 9 Empire Music Hall, Belfast
Wed 11 Whelans, Dublin (Ireland)
Fri 13 Arts Club, Liverpool
Sat 14 Brighton, The Haunt, Brighton
Sun 15 The Fleece, Bristol

Tigers Jaw have confirmed a run of UK shows for this August. They will be joined by Culture Abuse for six shows ahead of the Reading and Leeds Festival.

18th The Joiners, Southampton
19th The Haunt, Brighton
20th The Garage, London
22nd Stereo, Glasgow
23rd Deaf Institute, Manchester
24th The Globe, Cardiff
25th Reading Festival
26th Leeds Festival

Japanese “half-man, half-wolf” band Man With A Mission have announced a headline show at The Underworld in Camden, London for June 22nd.

Napoleon have been announced as the main support for August Burns Red’s ‘Messengers’ 10 year anniversary tour.

28 Underworld, London
29 The Fleece, Bristol
30 Sound Control, Manchester
31 Underworld, London

Svalbard have announced a UK tour with support coming from The Tidal Sleep.

22 The Flapper, Birmingham
23 The Exchange, Bristol
24 Nice N Sleazy, Glasgow
25 The Whiskey Jar, Manchester
26 Temple Of Boom, Leeds
27 Green Door Store, Brighton
28 Birthdays, London

Rory Indiana and Veridian will be touring together in August.

14 Joiners, Southampton
15 Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
16 The Shed, Leicester
17 Subside, Birmingham
18 Opium, Edinburgh
19 Summerfest, Cheltenham
20 Cobblestones, Bridgwater
21 Thousand Island, London (formerly Upstairs @ The Garage)

London punks Slowcoaches will be heading out on a UK headline tour this Autumn.

18 Studio 2, Liverpool
19 Soup Kitchen, Manchester
20 The Rocking Chair, Sheffield
21 Lending Room, Leeds
23 Think Tank Underground, Newcastle
24 Broadcast, Glasgow
25 Bodega, Nottingham
27 Clwb Ifor Bach Downstairs, Cardiff
28 Cavern Indie Club, Exeter
30 The Louisiana, Bristol
31 Cellar, Oxford
01 The Joker, Brighton
02 Kamio, London

Lincoln tech-metallers Borders have announced a run of summer shows where they will be joined by Black Coast.

28 Satan’s Hollow, Manchester
29 Smash, Edinburgh
30 Santiagos, Leeds
11 The Hut, Corby
12 Cobblestones, Bridgwater
13 The Underground, Plymouth

In The News

Neck Deep have revealed details of their third album, ‘The Peace and The Panic’. It will be released on August 18th on Hopeless Records.

1) Motion Sickness
2) Happy Judgement Day
3) In Bloom
4) 19 Seventy Sumthin’
5) Parachute
6) Don’t Wait (feat. Sam Carter)
7) Heavy Lies
8) Critical Mistake
9) The Grand Delusion
10) Wish You Were Here
11) Where Do We Go When We Go

The Movielife have announced ‘Cities In Search Of A Heart’, their first album in 14 years, will be released on September 22nd via Rise Records.

Legendary punk/ska outfit, Goldfinger, have shared the news of a new record. ‘The Knife’ will be released on July 21st through Rise Records. It will feature several guest appearances including blink-182’s Mark Hoppus, 311 lead singer Nick Hexum, Mighty Mighty Bosstones guitarist Nate Albert, twenty one pilots’ Josh Dun on drums (‘Orthodontist Girl’, and ONE OK ROCK’s Takahiro Moriuchi and more.

1. A Million Miles
2. Get What I Need
3. AM I Deaf
4. Tijuana Sunrise
5. Put The Knife Away
6. Don’t Let Me Go
7. Beacon
8. Who’s Laughing Now
9. Say It Out Loud
10. Orthodontist Girl
11. See You Around
12. Liftoff
13. Milla

Arch Enemy have confirmed their new album ‘Will To Power’ will be released on September 8th through Century Media Records.

The Gospel Youth have revealed details of their debut album. ‘Always Lose’ will be released on July 14th via Rise Records / Velocity Records.

1. I Will Deliver You To The Fireflies
2. Gin & Black Coffee
3 Wildfire
4. Tired Eyes & Heavy Hearts
5. Your Love Was A Cancer
6. Revolutions
7. Moods Like English Weather
8. Kids
9. Spirit of Boston
10. Bloodlines // Love Stopped Me Coming Home

The finalists for the inaugural Heavy Music Awards have been unveiled.

On July 21st, Baltimore hardcore band, Trapped Under Ice will return with ‘Heatwave’, their first album in six years. It will be released through Pop Wig Records, the label founded by several members of the band.

1. Backstabbed
2. XL
3. No Relief
4. Do It
5. Throw It Away
6. Pressure Is On
7. Oblivion
8. Slow Death
9. Heatwave
10. Other Side
11. Move

Arcane Roots have announced details of their second album. ‘Melancholia Hymns’, is set to be released through Easy Life Records/Red Essential on September 15th.

1. Before Me
2. Matter
3. Indigo
4. Off The Floor
5. Curtains
6. Solemn
7. Arp
8. Fireflies
9. Everything (All At Once)
10. Half The World

Heartsounds have announced their new album, ‘Dualistic Nihilist’, will be released next Friday via Creator-Destructor Records. It will consist of only one 20-minute long track.

Croydon-based pop/alt-rock four-piece, Bellevue Days, will release a new EP titled ‘Rosehill’ on 4th July.

On June 30th, Amplifier will return with their sixth, ‘Trippin’ With Dr Faustus’ via Rockosmos.

1. Rainbow Machine
2. Freakzone
3. Kosmos (Grooves Of Triumph)
4. The Commotion (Big Time Party Maker)
5. Big Daddy
6. Horse
7. Anubis
8. Supernova
9. Silvio
10. Old Blue Eyes

Members of The Get Up Kids and The Anniversary have formed a new band called Radar State.

Take This To Heart Records have welcomed Michigan trio Tranquility to the label. Their debut EP, ‘Sonic Propensity’, will be released on July 14th.

1. Tamarack
2. Afraid
3. Fade Away
4. Promise
5. Rain In May
6. Untitled
7. Picture Frames

Members of Thrice (Riley and Ed Breckenridge), Kowloon Walled City (Ian Miller and Jon Howell) and Curl Up and Die (Mike Minnick) have joined up to form a new post-hardcore band called Less Art. Their debut LP, ‘Strangled Light’, will be released through Gilead Media on July 28th.

1. Optimism as Survival
2. Diana the Huntress
3. Mood 7 Mind Destroyer: Guilt
4. Wandering Ghost
5. Pessimism as Denial
6. Shapeshifter
7. Crushed Out
8. What Is It In Man?
9. Strangled Light

New Jersey’s Sleep In will be releasing a new album, ‘Tension & Release’ on June 23rd via Black Number.

1. Blue Anchor
2. 30/30
3. Old Friend Pt. II
4. Cleaner Days
5. Smoke Signals
6. Acceptance
7. Good. Great. Grand. Wonderful.

Bristol alt-rock four-piece White Noise Radio will release a new EP, ‘Cosmos’, on July 1st.

1. Siren
2. Gone Inside
3. Dawning
4. Wires

Festival News

Two changes for the UK Tech-Metal Fest have been announced with departing Dutch tech-metallers Textures replacing Betraying The Martyrs. While Sleep Token will be replaced by The Parallax Method.

The next batch of bands for The Fest 16 has been announced. It will take place in Gainesville, Florida between October 27-29.

Superchunk, Pegboy, The Movielife, Grade, City of Caterpillar, Majority Rule, You Blew It, Career Suicide, Chris Gethard, Able Baker Fox, toyGuitar, Apologies, I Have None, Rozwell Kid, Into It. Over It., Banner Pilot, No Trigger, MC Lars, Cadillac Blindside, Squirtgun, MakeWar, Great Cynics, Wild Pink, Sundressed, Worriers, Western Addiction, Tiltwheel, Timeshares, Walter, Etc., Whiskey & Co., Katie Ellen, UV-TV, Wet Nurse, Joe McMahon, The Dirty Nil, The Atom Age, Bad Cop / Bad Cop, Astpai, Pet Symmetry, Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires, Vacation Bible School, Shellshag, Extinction A.D., Such Gold, Sunshine State, Deadaires, Baggage, Decent Criminal, Honey Joy, Adult Magic, Pacemaker, Gender Roles, Post Teens, Sciatic Nerve, Too Many Daves, Aaron Rev (Success), Dredger, Andy Thomas’ Dust Heart, Boyfriend Material, Army Of Ponch, Thin Lips, Blood on the Harp, The Duppies, Lauren Denitzio, Attic Salt, SteveO and the Crippling Addictions, Debt Neglector, Nervous Triggers, Insignificant Other, Anna’s Anchor, Rational Anthem, Pale Angels, James Alex (Weston/ Beach Slang), Bat Boy, Chotto Ghetto, Sic Waiting, I Like Allie, Seth Anderson, Yotam Ben Horin (Useless ID), Old Vices, Telepathic Lines, Heat Rash, Soul Glo, Frigs, Allout Helter, Notches, Winded, Shells, Bitemarks, Divine Feed, Sandspur City, Ceramicats, Woolbright, Alumine, Quinn Cicala, Orbiter, Walt Hamburger, Gutless, and Crit!


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