In Case You Missed It (31/01/2016)

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

Black Tusk – Pillars of Ash
Kurt Travis/Paul Travis – Split EP
Catch Fire – The Distance I Am From You EP

Bury Tomorrow – 301 (ft Jamey Jasta)
Slingshot Dakota – Paycheck
Kindler – Light Ash
Reigning Days – Renegade
Silver Snakes – Glass
SKIES – Drone
Secret Stuff – No Promises
Ship Thieves – Undertakers
Like Pacific – 22A
Fatherson – Lost Little Boys
First Ghost – The Less You Know
Incite – Stagnant
Pinegrove – Cadmium
ROMP – Last Year
Fucko – Best Little Something In Somewhere
Black Peaks – Set In Stone
The Algorithm – Floating Point

New Videos

Press to MECO – Diffusion of Responsibility
Giants – Against The Grain
Inherit the Stars – Fortune Favours the Brave
Convictions – The Dahlia Disease
Handguns – Recovery
Against The Current with Alex Goot and Kurt Schneider – Sorry (Justin Bieber cover)
Wolf Down – Incite / Conspire
Hands Like Houses – Colourblind
Brian Fallon – A Wonderful Life
Neck Deep – Kali Ma
Lock & Key – Unclear State of Mind
The Bottom Line – Insecure
Sunflower Dead – It’s Time To Get Weird featuring Jonathan Davis
Light Up The Sky – Breather
Megadeth – Dystopia
Voyager – Misery is only Company
Falling In Reverse – Chemical Prisoner
Creeper – Black Mass
Tonight Alive – Drive
Jaya The Cat – Fake Carreras
Story – Article 10
Blood Youth – Closure
Pipedreams – Imbalance
Cautioners – Daisies
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes – Devil Inside Me
Almeida – Payday
Textures – Shaping A Single Grain Of Sand
Killswitch Engage – Hate By Design
Normandie – Collide
Phoenix Calling – Hold On To Glory
Beautiful Bodies – War Inside Your Heart
Textures – Shaping A Single Grain Of Sand

Tour News

Bullet For My Valentine will head out on a UK tour in November.

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

Meet Me in St. Louis will be reuniting for two shows in June.

Fri 17 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Sat 18 The Dome, London (sold out)
Sun 19 The Dome, London

We Came As Romans and Miss May I have announced a short run of co-headline UK shows. Support comes The One Hundred and Shvpes.

24 Arts Club, Liverpool
25 King Tut’s, Glasgow
26 Academy II, Newcastle
27 Sound Control, Manchester
31 Electric Ballroom, London (with Memphis May Fire / no TOH or Shvpes)

SikTh have joined Suicidal Tendencies as support for Slipknot’ forthcoming UK tour.

8th Arena, Cardiff
9th Alexandra Palace, London
10th Alexandra Palace, London
12th Genting Arena, Birmingham
13th First Direct Arena, Leeds
15th SSE Arena, Belfast

Faux and Rory Indiana will head out on a short UK tour in April.

16 Three Bridges, Crawley*
27 Lemon Factory, Swansea^
28 Frog And Fiddle, Cheltenham^
29 Forty Two, Worthing*
*Rory Indiana Headlining
^Faux Headlining

Counterfeit have announced they will be playing London’s Electric Ballroom on 23rd April.

Wednesday !3 will bring his ‘Undead, Unplugged’ tour back to the UK late next month.

Wed 24th Think Tank, Newcastle
Thu 25th Waterfront, Norwich
Fri 26th Crauford Arms, Milton Keynes
Sat 27th Underworld, London
Sun 28th Thekla, Bristol
Tue 1st Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
Wed 2nd Duchess, York
Thu 3rd Oobleck, Birmingham
Fri 4th Parish, Huddersfield
Sat 5th Satan’s Hollow, Manchester

The Summer Set have announced a UK headline tour in support of their new album, ‘Stories For Monday’, which is released on April1st via Fearless Records.

10 Thekla, Bristol
12 Scala, London
13 Asylum, Birmingham
14 The Key Club, Leeds
15 G2, Glasgow
17 Club Academy, Manchester
18 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
19 Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth

Moose Blood will head out on a UK headline tour in February.

13 Fleece, Bristol (U16s w/adult)
14 1865, Southampton (16+)
15 Islington Academy, London (14+)
16 Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton (U16s w Adult)
17 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham (14+)
18 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds (14+)
20 Sound Control, Manchester (14+)
21 Academy 2, Newcastle (14+)
22 Mash House, Edinburgh (14+)
23 Arts Club, Liverpool (14+)

Three Trapped Tigers will tour in the Spring in support of their new album – ‘Silent Earthling’.

17th Hug and Pint, Glasgow
18th Think Tank, Newcastle
19th Fibbers, York
20th Buyers Club, Liverpool
21st Deaf Institute, Manchester
22nd Bodega, Nottingham
23rd Rainbow, Birmingham
25th Purple, Reading
26th Boileroom, Guildford
28th Scala, London
30th Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
2nd The Lantern, Bristol
3rd The Haunt, Brighton
9th Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
10th Portland Arms, Cambridge

Sheffield pop-punkers Fierce Morgan will be playing two UK shows alongside Rotherham skate punks Cast Ashore as part of a bigger European run.

22nd Victoria Inn, Birmingham
23rd The Hope And Ruin, Brighton

Fatherson will head out on tour next month. Support comes from Boy Jumped Ship.

11 Reading Rooms, Dundee
12 Liquid Room, Edinburgh
14 East Village Arts Club, Liverpool
15 The Rainbow, Birmingham
16 The Globe, Cardiff
17 Bodega Social Club, Nottingham
18 The Exchange, Bristol
20 Talking Heads, Southampton
21 The Hope, Brighton
23 The Borderline, London
24 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
25 Gullivers, Manchester
26 Cluny 2, Newcastle

The Flatliners and Pale Angels will tour the UK together in April.

19 Lennon’s, Southampton
20 The Exchange, Bristol
21 Dingwalls, London
22 The Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
23 Manchester Punk Fest, Manchester
24 O2 Academy 3, Birmingham

Astroid Boys and Youth Man will head out on a UK tour in late February.

26 The 2 Pigs, Cheltenham
27 Underground, Plymouth
28 Hobos, Bridgend
29 The Fighting Cocks, Kingston
08 The Hut, Corby

09 The Alma , Bolton

10 The Mash House, Edinburgh
11 Vintage Rock Bar, Doncaster

In The News

Three Trapped Tigers will be returning with their first album in five years, ‘Silent Earthling’, on April 1st via Superball Music.

1. Silent Earthling
2. Strebek
3. Kraken
4. Blimp
5. Engrams
6. Tekkers
7. Hemisphere
8. Rainbow Road
9. Elsewhere

Enter Shikari will release ‘Live & Acoustic at Alexandra Palace’ on February 1st. A video of the band performing it at the venue can be viewed here.

1) Torn Apart (Live & Acoustic at Alexandra Palace)
2) Myopia (Live & Acoustic at Alexandra Palace)
3) One True Colour (Live & Acoustic at Alexandra Palace)

Scottish trio Fatherson have set a release date of June 3rd for their new album – ‘Open Book’. It will be released through Life/Sony RED.

1. Just Past The Point of Breaking
2. Always
3. Lost Little Boys
4. Wonderous Heart
5. Joanna
6. Younger Days
7. Open Book
8. Forest
9. Kids
10. Stop The Car
11. Sleeping Over
12. Chasing Ghosts

As they put the final touches to their debut album, Zoax have announced a one-off show at The Black Heart in Camden on February 23rd.

One Man Boycott will release their debut album, ‘Counting The Seconds’, on March 23rd through Super Sick Records.

1. Sunshine Pizza Friends
2. If Only You’d Stay
3. Fingers Crossed
4. Monument To A Normal Guy
5. Liar
6. Short Like Summer
7. Sick Of It All
8. Stockholm Swing
9. If I Survive
10. As You Wish

A Lot Like Birds vocalist Kurt Travis will be released a split EP with singer/songwriter Paul Travis through Kurt’s record label, Esque Records, on February 1st.

1. Stay Please – Kurt Travis
2. Grow – Paul Travis
3. Stay Close – Kurt Travis
4. Permanent – Paul Travis

Ohio’s Convictions are the latest band to join InVogue Records. Thwy are currently recording their debut full-length with producer Nick Ingram.

Boy Jumped Ship will release their debut album, ‘Wake Up’, through Amazing Record Co. on April 22nd.

US “angry pop” quartet ROMP have confirmed their debut full-length, ‘Departure From Venus’, will be released on March 4th via Bad Timing Records.

1. Backfire
2. Departure From Venus
3. Get Off The Scale
4. Last Year
5. Come Undone
6. Naner Manor
7. Avoiding Boys
8. Go Back To Bed
9. Yapshutter

Hardcore mob Lock & Key will release their debut full-length, ‘Peaceless’, on April 8th via Crooked Noise.

1) Hostile
2) Burning Bridges
3) The Legacy
4) Unclear State of Mind
5) Burnt Out
6) Never Ender
7) No Justice (feat Sean Midson of Create To Inspire)
8) No Acceptance
9) Turn Your Back on Me
10) Vultures
11) Dead Prayers

Save Ends have joined Black Numbers. They’re set to release a new EP entitled ‘Hug Your Friends’ on February 26th.

1. I Fell Asleep
2. Smudge
3. Love Like a Home
4. Sam’s Lament

Cherry, the new band from Kite Party’s Russell Edling have joined Lame-O Records. A 7" entitled ‘Gloom’ will be released on February 19th.

1. Golden Luv
2. Special Baby
3. Alligators
4. I’m So Tired (Fugazi Cover)

London, Ontario emo rockers First Ghost are set to release their debut full-length, ‘Secret Talk’, on April 1st.

1. Change Your Mind
2. If You Want To
3. Bounded
4. The Less You Know
5. Surrender

Arizonian metallers Icite have confirmed their new album, ‘Oppression’ will be released on April 22nd.

The folk behind the Manchester Punk Festival have released their second compilation featuring bands from this years festival.

Knocked Loose have signed to Pure Noise Records. The band will release their debut full-length later this year.

Festival News

The first names for Hevy Fest 2016 have been confirmed. Although the main stage headliners are yet to be announced, the 13 names announced already make the relocated festival worthwhile.

The announcement is led by Refused, While She Sleeps, SikTh and Animals As Leaders. They’re joined by Hacktivist, Gnarwolves, Krokodil, No Consequence, Devil Sold His Soul, Forever Never, Vukovi, Murdock, and When Our Time Comes.

Hevy Fest 2016 takes place at Newhaven, Derbyshire on Friday August 19th and Saturday August 20th. Tickets are priced at £79.

Face to Face, SNFU, Walls Of Jericho, Terror, Despised Icon, Northlane and Broken Teeth are the latest names to be announced for Groezrock 2016. Groezrock takes places in Meerhout, Belgium on Friday, April 29th and Saturday, April 30th.

The first 15 bands announced today for the ArcTanGent Festival have been announced and sees American Football as headliners.
The will be joined by toe, SikTh, Caspian, TTNG, Owen, Alarmist, Falls, TOTORRO, ALMA, Town Portal, ANTA, Floral, A Werewolf! and EXXASENS. Arctangent Festival takes place from August 18th-20th at Fernhill Farm.

Milk Teeth, Los Campesinos!, and Sundara Karma are amongst the names announced for Live at Leeds 10th Anniversary. Tickets can be purchased here.


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