In Case You Missed It (30/05/2016)

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

Hesitation Wounds – Awake for Everything
Half Hearted Hero – Isn’t Real
Katatonia – The Fall of Hearts
Grove Street Families – The Las Venturas EP
Griever – Soul Searcher EP

Thrice – Death From Above
Red Hot Chili Peppers – The Getaway
Letlive. – Another Offensive Song
Rob Lynch – Sure Thing
TTNG – A Chase of Sorts
Owen – Lost
Grieving – My Friend, The Ghost
Cymbals Eat Guitars – Wish
Anna’s Anchor – Signal Tower
Russian Circles – Vorel
Safe To Say – Your Favourite Dream
Walter Schreifels – Overjoyed
Periphery – The Price Is Wrong
Brawlers – Day Job
Drones – Parasite
Hellions – Quality Of Life
The Pineapple Thief – No Man’s Land
Swedish Death Candy – Living Your Life Away
NARCS – Bullingdon Boys
Suasion – Heritage
Broncho – I Know You
Petrol Girls – Treading Water
Julia Louise – Shock Therapy
Look Mexico – Well, Kansas Ain’t What It Used To Be
No Joy – A Thorn in Garland’s Side

New Videos

Architects – Downfall
Vinnie Caruana – We Don’t Have to Die Alone
Four Year Strong – Who Cares
Asking Alexandria – Here I Am
Blood Youth – Mood Swing
Somos – Problem Child
Hacktivist – Hate
Gone Is Gone – Starlight
Rain – Solis
Emarosa – Helpless
Masked Intruder – Beyond A Shadow Of A Doubt
Face To Face – Double Crossed
Cane Hill – True Love (NSFW)
Nothing – A.C.D (Abscessive Compulsive Disorder)
Sinsaenum – Army of Chaos
Sonic Boom Six – From the Fire to the Frying Pan
Frameworks – Purge
Death Angel – Lost
Monarks – You Were My Fire
Story Untold – History
Farewell, My Love – Crazy
The Autumn Ravine – Narcissus
Patrick Craig – Hold My Jacket
Night Owls – Call Me Out
As Sirens Fall – Where You Are
Vexxes – Lead Us Home
Pulse – Orcas
Set On End – Dissent
Save The Lost Boys – Overreaction
Suzerain – Always
Cabin Boy Jumped Ship – The New World Order
Conquer Divide – What’s Left Inside
Iodine – Sky

Tour News

Real Friends will return to the UK in December for a headline tour. Support comes from Knuckle Puck and With Confidence.

Fri 09 Electric Ballroom, London
Sat 10 Asylum, Birmingham
Sun 11 Riverside, Newcastle
Tue 13 St Luke’s, Glasgow
Wed 14 Club Academy, Manchester
Thu 15 Stylus, Leeds
Fri 16 Thekla, Bristol
Sat 17 Engine Rooms, Southampton

Lonely The Brave have announced an October UK tour where they will be joined by Tall Ships as support.

03 The Haunt, Brighton
04 Chinnerys, Southend
06 Electric Ballroom, London
07 Marble Factory, Bristol
10 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
11 King Tuts, Glasgow
14 O2 Academy 2, Leicester
15 The Key Club, Leeds
18 O2 Academy 2, Oxford
19 Welly, Hull
21 O2 Academy 2, Birmingham

Turnover, Boston Manor and Luca Brasi will support Moose Blood on their UK tour this Autumn.

3rd O2 Institute 2, Birmingham
4th Garage, Glasgow
5th O2 Academy 2, Sheffield
6th Y Plas, Cardiff
7th Koko, Londom (sold out)
8th Academy 2, Manchester

Dinosaur Jr will follow up the release of the album with shows in the UK and Ireland in November.

Mon 14 Motion, Bristol
Tue 15 Vicar Street, Dublin
Thu 17 ABC1, Glasgow
Fri 18 Forum, London
Sat 19 Albert Hall, Manchester

Cane Hill will play a free headline show on the 1st June at The Black Heart, Camden London.

Birmingham noise-punk trio Youth Man will follow-up the release of their ‘Wax’ EP on July 1st (Venn Records) with a UK tour.

7th John Peel Centre, Stowmarket
8th Music Hall, Ramsgate
9th Roundhouse, London (Roundhouse Punk Weekender)
10th Crauford Arms, Milton Keynes
12th Attic, Glasgow
13th Think Tank, Newcastle
14th Brudenell Games Room, Leeds
16th Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham

Fear Factory will play an intimate Bloodstock warm-up show at the Concorde 2, Brighton on August 12th.

Normandie will be making their UK debut next month. Support comes from Breathe In The Silence.

18 Boston Music Rooms, London
19 Fuel, Cardiff
20 Retro Bar, Manchester
21 The Central, Newcastle
22 Queens Hall, Nuneaton
23 Frog & Fiddle, Cheltenham
24 Joiners, Southampton

In The News

Rise Records have announced the signing of Five Finger Death Punch to a North American recording deal. The first album with Rise Records, the BMG-owned rock label, will be released following the completion of Five Finger Death Punch’s obligation to its current label, Prospect Park.

Young Guns have announced they have parted ways with drummer Ben Jolliffe.

Rob Lynch will his second album ‘Baby, I’m A Runaway’ via Xtra Mile Recordings on July 22nd.

1. Prove It!
2. Runaway
3. Selfish Bones
4. Sure Thing
5. Closer
6. Tectonic Plates
7. Salt Spring
8. Good For Me
9. Youth
10. Kings & Queens

Oxford’s TTNG (formerly known as This Town Needs Guns) have announced their third full-length, ‘Disappointment Island,’ will be released through Sargent House on July 8th.

1. Coconut Crab
2. A Chase of Sorts
3. Consoling Ghosts
4. In Praise of Idleness
5. Whatever, Wherever
6. Bliss Quest
7. There’s No ‘I’ in Time
8. Destroy the Tabernacle!
9. Sponkulus Nodge
10. Empty Palms

Dinosaur Jr has set a release date of August 5th for their new album ‘Give a Glimpse Of What Yer Not’. It will be released through Jagjaguwar.

1. Goin Down
2. Tiny
3. Be A Part
4. I Told Everyone
5. Love Is…
6. Good To Know
7. I Walk For Miles
8. Lost All Day
9. Knocked Around
10. Mirror
11. Left/Right

Brawlers have announced that they will release their new EP, ‘The Black EP’ on 1st July on Alcopop! Records.

Canadian pop-rock five-piece Story Untold have joined Hopeless Records. Their self-titled EP is available now.

Apologies, I Have None will release their new album, ‘Pharmacie’ in August through Holy Roar Records (UK), Uncle M (EU) and Animal Style Records.

Night Verses will return on July 8th with the release of their second album ‘Into The Vanishing Light’ via Graphic Nature Records, an Equal Vision Records imprint founded by producer Will Putney (Northlane, Stray From The Path, Counterparts).

1. The Future As History: I Love You Dead
2. Connecting Hexes
3. Drift
4. A Dialogue In Cataplexy
5. Vantablack
6. Faceless Youth
7. Panic and Pull Your Heart Out
8. Growing Out of Orbit
9. Blue Shades of the Sun
10. Strange Graves

New York indie rockers Cymbals Eat Guitars will return on September 16th with a new album called ‘Pretty Years’. It will be released through Sinderlyn Records.

1. Finally
2. Have a Heart
3. Wish
4. Close
5. Dancing Days
6. 4th of July, Philadelphia (SANDY)
7. Beam
8. Mallwalking
10. Shrine

Owen, the alter-ego of Mike Kinsella, has announced details of his new album, ‘The King Of Whys’. It will be released on July 29th via Polyvinyl Records.

1. Empty Bottle
2. The Desperate Act
3. Settled Down
4. Lovers Come and Go
5. Tourniquet
6. A Burning Soul
7. Saltwater
8. An Island
9. Sleep Is a Myth
10. Lost

Psychedelic London-based quartet Swedish Death Candy have joined Hassle Records. They will release an EP called ‘Liquorice’ on June 10th.

Artery Recordings has announced the signing of Auckland, New Zealand groove/progressive metal outfit Set On End. The band’s debut full-length, ‘The Dark Beyond’ will be available on July 15th.

Dayton, Ohio pop punk group Save The Lost Boys have joined Victory Records. Their new full-length ‘Temptress’ is set for release on July 15th.

1. Wasting My Time
2. Bad Names
3. Lost Boy
4. Dancing (feat. Tyler Smith)
5. DAY > FLL
6. Everything Is You
7. Things I Never Could Forget
8. Nothing’s Real Outside
9. Overreaction
10. Whatever You Like

Joey Jordison and Dragonforce’s Fred Leclercq have formed a new group called Sinsaenum. An album titled ‘Echoes Of The Tortured’ will be released through EarMUSIC on July 29th.

Julia Louise has joined No Sleep Records and will be releasing a three-track debut Digital EP called ‘Insatiable’ on June 10th.

01. Nothing Can Compare
02. Shock Therapy
03. Hazy

Montreal quartet No Joy will release a new EP titled ‘Drool Sucker’ on July 15th via Topshelf Records.

Festival News

The final announcement for the 2000 Trees Festival has been made and sees And So I Watch You From Afar, Krokodil and Monarks joining the bill. Whilst the line-up for The Forest Stage has been revealed and includes acoustic sets from:

Moose Blood
Ginger Wildheart
Jamie Lenman (playing a VERY special set)
Itch (from The King Blues)
Arcane Roots
The Xcerts
Muncie Girls
Black Peaks
Crazy Arm
Non Canon

The final announcement for ArcTanGent has been made and sees Monuments, And So I Watch You From Afar, Arcane Roots, Heck, Hexvessel and Black Peaks joining the bill.

Regrouped Brit industrio-metallers Kill II This, Norway’s Shining,
Brit crust/grindcore monsters Foetal Juice and apocalyptic metal crew Anti Clone, Tunisian symphonic prog metallers Myrath, French avant-garde extremists Misanthrope and US progressive thrash group Vektor have joined the Bloodstock line-up.


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