In Case You Missed It (02/07/2017)

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

Ratboys – GN
Lay It On The Line – The Black Museum
McCafferty – Thanks. Sorry. Sure. EP
Ostraca – Last
Sleeper – Sutures EP

Songs

Avenged Sevenfold – Retrovertigo
The Movielife – Mercy Is Asleep At The Wheel
Culture Abuse – So Busted
Forever Cult – Codeine
Hundred Suns – Last Apology
El Ten Eleven – Unusable Love (feat. Emile Mosseri)
Less Art – Wandering Ghost
First Signs Of Frost – Look Alive Sunshine
Picturesque – Honestly
Forthteller – Tiresias
Trash – Migranes
Deadly Circus Fire – Shinigami Fall
Shy, Low – Dialectics
Electric Eye – Turn Around, Face The Sun
The Playbook – Reach
Danny Wright – Staying In

New Videos


Jimmy Eat World – Get Right
Creeper – Misery (Single Version)
Memphis May Fire – Virus
Nothing More – Go To War
Wallflower – Splintered
SAINTE – Eyes Are Open
Stand Atlantic – Coffee At Midnight
Earl Grey – Nothing
Camp Cope – Done
FURR – Another Fable
Dire Bloom – The Art of Giving Up
Pet Library – Walk You Home
Cursed Earth – War March / Broken
City of Ashes – Save Me
The Charm The Fury – Weaponized
Us and Us Only – Kno
Siamese – Soul And Chemicals
ACCEPT – The Rise Of Chaos
Eat Dirt – Eat Dirt
Faintest Idea – No Consequences
A Promise To Forget – Sylvia
The Hirsch Effekt – LIFNEJ
Death Blooms – Sick
Balloons Kill Babies – Illuzia
Reckless Intentions – Ghost Town

Tour News

Foo Fighters have announced a show at London’s O2 Arena for September 19th. The show is part of The O2’s 10th birthday celebrations.

Can’t Swim, Microwave and Nervus have been announced as support for Creeper’s ‘the Theatre of Fear’ UK tour in December.

December
3rd ABC, Glasgow
4th Institute, Birmingham
5th Trinity, Bristol
7th Shepherds Bush Empire, London
9th Albert Hall, Manchester
10th Guildhall, Southampton

Turnover​ will follow the release of ‘Good Nature’ with a UK and European tour in September.

September
22 O2 Institute 3, Birmingham
23 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
24 Riverside, Newcastle
26 Stereo, Glasgow
27 Sound Control, Manchester
28 Fleece, Bristol
29 Islington Academy Hall, London

As It Is, Real Friends and Woes will be supporting Neck Deep this October.

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

Blood Youth have been announced as support for Blessthefall’s Autumn UK tour.

September
26 Fibbers, York
27 Think Tank, Newcastle
28 G2, Glasgow
29 Rebellion, Manchester
30 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
October
02 Underworld, London
03 The Fleece, Bristol
04 Talking Heads, Southampton

Sainte has announced her debut UK shows. The former We Are The In Crowd vocalist will be playing shows in Manchester and London in August.

August
10 Soup Kitchen, Manchester
11 Hoxton Square Bar And Kitchen, London

Ghouls will be heading out on tour later this year in support of their latest album, ‘Run’, available now on 1471 Records.

August
30 Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
31 Boileroom, Guildford
September
01 Cobblestones, Bridgwater
02 East Street Tap, Brighton
21 Mr Wolf’s, Bristol
22 Redrum, Stafford
23 Bad Apples, Leeds
28 Frog & Fiddle, Cheltenham
29 Zen Bar, Cardiff
30 Winchester Gate, Salisbury
October
13 Sanctuary, Basingstoke
14 Turbulence Festival, Plymouth

The Lounge Kittens will be joining Bowling For Soup’s Jaret Reddick on his debut solo UK tour this September.

September
Wed 13th O2 ABC 2, Glasgow
Thu 14th Key Club, Leeds
Fri 15th Concorde 2, Brighton
Sat 16th Thekla, Bristol
Sun 17th Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
Mon 18th Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton
Tue 19th Riverside, Newcastle
Wed 20th Gorilla, Manchester
Thu 21st Islington Assembly Hall, London

Canadian baseball-punks, the Isotopes will head to the UK/Ireland this autumn when they support CJ Ramone.

August
26 The Underworld Camden, London
27 Exchange, Bristol
28 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
29 Redrum, Stafford
30 The Magnet Liverpool
31 Voodoo Lounge, Dublin
September
01 Limelight, Belfast
02 The Assembly, Aberdeen
03 Opium, Edinburgh
04 The Parish, Huddersfield
05 The Hairy Dog, Derby
06 The Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
07 MK11, Milton Keynes

In The News

To mark its 10-year anniversary, Reuben have announced they will be reissuing their 3rd and final album, ‘In Nothing We Trust’ through Big Scary Monsters on July 14th as a very limited vinyl run. It will also be available digitally for the first time.

San Francisco Bay Area-band Culture Abuse have joined Epitaph Records.

Nothing More will return on September 15th with a new album called ‘The Stories We Tell Ourselves’ via Better Noise Records.

1. (Ambition; Destruction)
2. Do You Really Want It
3. (Convict; Divide)
4. Let ’em Burn
5. Ripping Me Apart
6. Don’t Stop
7. Funny Little Creatures
8. (React; Respond)
9. The Great Divorce
10. Still In Love
11. (Alone; Together)
12. Go To War
13. Just Say When
14. (Accept; Disconnect)
15. Who We Are
16. Tunnels
17. (End; Begin)
18. FadeInFadeOut

Wallflower have shared details of their new EP. ‘Where It Fell Apart’ will be released on August 18th.

1. Lilith
2. Splintered
3. My Words (Borrowed)

4. Seventeen

Australia’s Camp Cope have joined Run For Cover Records.

Equal Vision Records will mark the 10-year anniversary of Pierce The Veil’s ‘A Flair For The Dramatic’ with a limited vinyl release. It will also include new artwork and is expected to begin shipping in late August/early September.

A Flair For The Dramatic: vinyl
1. Chemical Kids and Mechanical Brides
2. Currents Convulsive
3. Yeah Boy and Doll Face
4. I’d Rather Die Than Be Famous
5. The Cheap Bouquet
6. Falling Asleep On A Stranger
7. She Sings In The Morning
8. The Balcony Scene
9. Drella
10. Diamonds and Why Men Buy Them
11. Wonderless
Demos: bonus digital download card
1. She Sings in the Morning (demo)
2. The Balcony Song (demo)
3. Diamonds and Why Men Buy Them (demo)

UNFD have welcomed Perth metallers Cursed Earth. Their label debut will be called ‘Cycles of Grief Volume 1: Growth’ and will be released on August 4th.

1. War March
2. Broken
3. Discarded
4. Sanctioned Violence
5. Violated

British cult metallers Paradise Lost have shared the track listing for their new album – ‘Medusa’. The album is set to be released on September 1st.

1. Fearless Sky
2. Gods Of Ancient
3. From The Gallows
4. The Longest Winter
5. Medusa
6. No Passage For The Dead
7. Blood & Chaos
8. Until The Grave
Bonus tracks:
9. Frozen Illusion
10. Shrines
11. Symbolic Virtue

Sydney, Australia pop-rockers Stand Atlantic have announced they will be releasing a new EP called ‘Sidewinder’ on September 15th.

1. Sidewinder
2. Mess I Made
3. Push
4. Coffee at Midnight
5. Chemicals

Hardcore legends Burn will return on September 8th with a new record called ‘Do or Die’ via Deathwish.

1. Fate
2. Ill Together

3. Flame
4. Beauty
5. Dead Identity
6. Do or Die
7. Last Great Sea
8. New Morality
9. Unf*ck Yourself
10. Climb Out

Melodic tech-rock quintet First Signs Of Frost have joined Basick Records. Their label debut will be an EP called, ‘The Shape Of Things To Come’ and will be released on 11th August.

Los Angeles instrumental duo El Ten Eleven have joined Alcopop Records (UK/Germany) for the release of their new EP, ‘Unusable Love’ on 18th August.

1. Unusable Love
2. I’m Right Here
3. She’s A Live One
4. Delicate Friend

I Set My Friends on Fire will mark their 10th anniversary as a band with a new album called ‘Caterpillar Sex’. It’s set to be released on July 21st.

Melodic metalcore band A Promise To Forget have shared details of their debut album. Entitled ‘Dying To Live’ will be released on August 11th.

1. Old Friends
2. Ravens & Writing Desks
3. Sylvia
4. Sleepless
5. Power
6. The Secrets We Keep
7. Dying To Live
8. Courage
9. Veins
10. New Beginnings

London prog-metallers Deadly Circus Fire have announced David Pear as their new vocalist.

Lancaster, PA’s Sleepy Limbs have joined Know Hope Records. A self-titled EP will be released later this summer.

Festival News

With just a week to go until UK Tech-Metal Fest, the organisers have revealed details of who will be performing at the after-parties and workshops, which are to be held on the Double Slit Guitars Stage.

After Parties
Thursday: My/Bitter/Half + Musica Masonica + Conjurer
Friday: Strains + Death Remains + Continents
Saturday: Hypophora + Meyoumusic + Super Jam
Sunday: BEAR + Slamtera (Harbinger covers Pantera) + Techeoke

Workshops
Thursday
1:00pm Jøel Pinder (FRAKTIONS) – Polyrythms/Chord Voicings Masterclass
2:00pm Ash Cook – Digital Marketing Industry Insights
3:00pm Matt Ball (NYCOSIA) – Bass Masterclass

Friday
1:00pm Steph Knight (Domino PR) – PR Industry Insights
2:00pm Sarah Longfield – Tapping Master Class
4:00pm Mendel bij de Leij Artist Page: Aborted – Guitar Master Class

Saturday
1:00pm Harrison White (Novena) – Rehearsal Etiquette
2:00pm Arnaud Verrier: Uneven Structure – Drum Masterclass
6:00pm Linus Klausenitzer: Obscura – Bass Masterclass

Sunday
1:00pm Jan Zehrfeld: Panzerballett – Guitar Masterclass
2:00pm Double Slit Guitars – Product Demo + Q/A
3:00pm Gareth Mason “Slice The Cake” – (Fire bars) Lyrical Concepts Masterclass
4.00pm James Norbert Ivanyi – Guitar Masterclass

On August 26th and 27th, The Green Door Store in Brighton will host 234 Fest. The free event sees the likes of Milk Teeth, Culture Abuse, Petrol Girls, Youth Man, Slowcoaches, Weirds and more playing over two days.

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