In Case You Missed It (02/04/2017)

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

Albums/EPs
Diet Cig – Swear I’m Good At This
Losing Sleep – 2012​-​2017


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Songs
Blink-182 – Misery
Papa Roach – Periscope ft. Skylar Grey
The Maine – Do You Remember? (the other half of 23)
’68 – This Life Is Old, New, Borrowed and Blue
Bayside – Night’s Song (Say Anything cover)
Say Anything – They’re Not Horses, They’re Unicorns (Bayside cover)
Ho99o9 – New Jersey Devil
Pet Symmetry – Stare Collection
Bear Trade – Family Planning
BEAR – Childbreaker
tricot – DeDeDe
The Acacia Strain – Bitter Pill
Hot Mulligan – Deluxe Capacitor (Acoustic)
Emperor X – Schopenhauer in Berlin
Caddywhompus – Splinter
The Supervillains – Political Porn
Wet Dreams – I Can Fly
Spencer Radcliffe & Everyone Else – Wrong Turn
Blessed – Headache
Stay Inside – Radio Silence

New Videos

Creeper – Misery
Real Friends – Empty Picture Frames
All Time Low – Green Light (Lorde cover)
Papa Roach – Born For Greatness
State Champs – Slow Burn
SikTh – Vivid
He Is Legend – Air Raid
Decade – Turn off Your TV
Ice Nine Kills – The Nature of the Beast
Grayscale – Atlantic
PWR BTTM – Answer My Text
Microwave – Dull
Explosions In The Sky – The Ecstatics
Freeze The Atlantic – Altogether Not Together
Black Stone Cherry – Cheaper To Drink Alone
Larkhill – Get High
Goddamnit – Steady Diet of Sugar
INVSN – Immer Zu
Anathema – Springfield
Colour Me Wednesday – Don’t Tell Anyone
The Royal – Counterculture
USA Nails – University Home
Our Nameless Boy – The Safe Bet That Wrecked My Heart
ANewRage – Upside Down
Slyde – Divide
TOTORRO – Gérard Blast
Shaping The Legacy – A Future Divided
Caldera – Far Away Stables
Dead Naked Hippies – Drain You
Seconds Alive – The One Percent
Caution:Thieves – And You’ll See The End
Vanish – Dead
Baked – Stay

Tour News

Linkin Park will play three UK arena shows in July.

July
02 The O2, London
06 Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
07 Arena, Manchester

Prophets of Rage will be playing Brixton Academy in London on June 13th.

While She Sleeps have announced a special acoustic show at London’s St Pancras Old Church on April 24th. It will follow two sold out shows at The Dome, Tufnell Park. They have also added shows in Cardiff, Plymouth and Dover to their forthcoming UK run.

April
14 Old Blue Last, London – SOLD OUT
15 Hippodrome, Kingston
20 Fibbers, York
21 Sheffield, Plug – SOLD OUT
22 The Dome, London – SOLD OUT
23 The Dome, London – SOLD OUT
24 St Pancras Old Church, London (acoustic) – NEW DATE
25 Concord 2, Brighton – SOLD OUT
26 Talking Heads, Southampton – SOLD OUT
27 O2 Academy 2, Oxford
28 The Fleece, Bristol – SOLD OUT
29 Academy 2, Manchester
May
01 Academy, Dublin
02 Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast
03 Arts Club, Liverpool
05 Sugarmill, Stoke
06 Waterfront, Norwich
08 Riverside, Newcastle
09 Garage, Glasgow
10 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham – SOLD OUT
12 Asylum, Birmingham
13 Stylus, Leeds
June
01 The Globe, Cardiff – NEW DATE
02 The Hub, Plymouth – NEW DATE
16 The Booking Hall, Dover – NEW DATE

Seether will follow the release of their new album, ‘Poison The Parish’, on May 12th with a short run of UK shows this October.

October
15 The Forum, London
16 O2 Ritz, Manchester
17 O2 ABC Glasgow, Glasgow
18 O2 Institute, Birmingham

Cradle of Filth will play a one-off show at Portsmouth’s Wedgewood Rooms on June 23rd.

DragonForce have revealed the UK dates for their ‘Reaching Into Infinity’ world tour.

October
Wed 4th The Garage, Glasgow
Thu 5th Riverside, Newcastle
Fri 6th Fibbers, York
Sat 7th Corporation, Sheffield
Sun 8th Sound Control, Manchester
Wed 11th O2 Academy 2, Birmingham
Thu 12th Globe, Cardiff
Fri 13th Electric Ballroom, London
Sat 14th Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
Sun 15th Forum, Tunbridge Wells

The Living End ahve announced a run of headline shows alongside shows supporting Green Day and Gogol Bordello.

July
01 British Summer Time, Hyde Park, London w/ Green Day
03 Gorilla, Manchester
04 King Tut’s, Glasgow
05 Beckett Students Union, Leeds w/ Gogol Bordello
06 The Wedgerooms, Porstmouth

Tigercub have announced their biggest UK headline show. It will take place at Dingwalls, London on 6th June.

Brighton’s Broadbay will be touring the UK later this month with Gender Roles.

April
13 House Show, Southampton*
14 The Black Prince, Northampton
15 Washed Out Fest, Brighton
16 Brixton Windmill, London
17 The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow
18 The Basement, Huddersfield
19 The Partys Over, Harlow
20 Level III, Swindon
21 Subside, Birmingham
22 Intimate Show, Bristol*
* Message bands for details

Don’t Worry and Lightcliffe will be playing a run of shows together from the end of April.

April
28 The Playhouse, Harlow
May
01 The Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
02 The Garibaldi, Northampton
03 Sound Circus, Bournemouth
04 The Lady Luck, Canterbury
19 TBA, London

In The News

The Movielife have joined Rise Records. They will be releasing their first album since 2003 in the Autumn.

State Champs have announced the deluxe edition of their latest album, ‘Around The World And Back’. It will be released on May 5th (Pure Noise) and will feature two new songs, acoustic songs, live songs and a full-length DVD.

01. Eyes Closed
02. Secrets
03. Losing Myself
04. All You Are Is History
05. Perfect Score
06. All Or Nothing
07. Shape Up
08. Back and Forth
09. Around The World and Back (featuring Ansley Newman)
10. Breaking Ground
11. Tooth and Nail
BONUS TRACKS:
12. Elevated (Live)
13. All You Are Is History (Live)
14. Losing Myself (Acoustic)
15. Secrets (Acoustic)
16. Hurry Up and Wait
17. Slow Burn

SikTh have confirmed their new album, ‘The Future In Whose Eyes?’, will be released on June 2nd. The record will be released through a new imprint called Millenium Night (Snapper Music/Kscope).

Pet Symmetry will return on May 26th with a new album called ‘Vision’. It’s set to be released through Polyvinyl Record Company.

1. Everyone, if Anyone
2. Stare Collection
3. Hall Monitor
4. You & Me & Mt. Hood
5. 50%
6. LTCTLYB
7. Blue Bottle
8. St. John
9. Eyesores
10. Mostly Water
11. Lint Roller

CKY have announced they have joined eOne Music (US) and Long Branch Records (Europe). They will release a new full-length album this summer.

Brighton indie-punk band Harker have announced they will be rewarding members of their mailing list with through a series releases titled ‘Cassette Club’. The first edition of their ‘Cassette Club’ series features a live session recorded at Kesbri Studios in Bolton last month. It offers fans a chance to hear demos of brand new material previously unreleased and earmarked for their debut album. The tapes will be given away completely free to a selection of fans, chosen at random on Sunday 9th April. While one lucky fan will also win an extended bundle including a Harker t-shirt and a copy of their ‘Still Seething / Such Grace’ cassette tape which also contains covers of The Replacements and Hot Water Music.

In a mutual decision, Black Star Riders and drummer Jimmy DeGrasso have decided to part ways.

Philadelphia quintet Grayscale have joined Fearless Records.

The Acacia Strain have detailed a new album. ‘Gravebloom’ will be released on 30th June via Rise Records.

01. Worthless
02. Plague Doctor
03. Bitter Pill
04. Big Sleep
05. Gravebloom
06. Abyssal Depths
07. Model Citizen
08. Calloused Mouth
09. Dark Harvest
10. Walled City
11. Cold Gloom

Having recently joined Cooking Vinyl, ’68 have confirmed their new album will be called ‘Two Part Viper’ and will be released on June 2nd.

1. Eventually We All Win
2. Whether Terrified or Unafraid
3. Without Any Words (Only Crying and Laughter)
4. This Life Is Old, New, Borrowed And Blue
5. No Montage
6. No Apologies
7. The Workers Are Few
8. Life Has Its Design
9. Death Is A Lottery
10. What More Can I Say

They Say Fall have called it a day.

West Virginia indie rockers Rozwell Kid have confirmed their new album, ‘Precious Art’, will be released through SideOneDummy Records on June 23rd.

Omaha’s See Through Dresses have announced their second album will be titled ‘Horse of the Other World’. It’s due for release on June 30th on Tiny Engines.

1. Diamonds
2. Radiant Boy
3. Pretty Police
4. Light In August
5. Herbivore
6. Catacombs
7. Violet
8. Shelley
9. Lucy’s Arm
10. Horse of the Other World

York-based indie/punk duo …And The Hangnails have announced the details of their new album. ‘DOG’ will be released through Young Thugs Records on 12th May.

No Sleep Records have welcomed Michigan emo quintet Hot Mulligan. The label has digitally re-released their ‘Opportunities’ with an acoustic track called ‘Deluxe Capacitor’.

Florida ska punks The Supervillains have signed to Paper + Plastick Records.

Run For Cover Records have announced they will release the new LP from Spencer Radcliffe & Everyone Else. ‘Enjoy the Great Outdoors’ is released on May 12th.

01. Land & Sea
02. Smoker’s Paradise
03. Breezy
04. Long Con
05. In The Clear
06. Trust
07. Flag
08. Wrong Turn
09. Slamming On The Brakes
10. Static Electricity

Danish tech metal powerhouse The Interbeing are set to release their new album, ‘Among The Amorphous’, on 23rd June via Long Branch Records.

New Jersey-based post-hardcore group Vanish have joined Outerloop Records.

Nashville, TN rock outfit ForeverandNever have announced a new 3-song EP titled ‘Promises’, which is scheduled to be self-released on June 2nd.

Festival News

Over 20 names have been added to this year’s Download Festival:

Blackwater Conspiracy
Blackwaters
Code Orange
Devin Townsend Project
Drones
Krokodil
Love Zombies
Machine Gun Kelly
Max & Iggor Cavalera
Nothing More
Orange Goblin
Otherkin
Pertubator
Sick Puppies
Sikth
Suicide Silence
Tax The Heat
The Fallen State
The Raven Age
Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown
Yonaka

The Gospel Youth, Ocean Grove, Vukovi, Area 11, Sylar, Homebound, Casey and Makeout have been added to the Slam Dunk Festival line-up. They will play on the new Breakout Stage, curated by Rock Sound Magazine.

Biffy Clyro and Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes are amongst the names announced for this year’s Glastonbury Festival.

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