In Case You Missed It (04/02/2018)

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

At the Drive-In – Diamanté EP
In Hearts Wake – Ark Prevails EP
Acadia – All Heart EP

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Songs

Frank Turner – 1933
Judas Priest – Firepower
Will Varley – Let It Slide
Senses Fail – New Jersey Makes, The World Takes
Too Close To Touch – Burn
Alcabean – Still Remember
From Ashes To New – Crazy
The Nyx – Patience
Curses – Rest
Black Futures – Riches
Vndta – Martyr
Memoriam – Bleed The Same
KINO – The Dead Club
Screech Bats – Get Better
This Obsession – Deep Water
VLMV – If Only I
Everett Bird – Bucket of Dark Meat
The Elk Collective – Moshpittin on your Toenails

New Videos


All Time Low – Drugs & Candy (LIVE)
Blessthefall – Melodramatic
The Bronx – Night Drop At The Glue Factory
Darkest Hour – Enter Oblivion
Bowling For Soup – Catalyst
Milestones – Paranoid
Casey – Phosphenes
Palm Reader – Swarm
The Plot In You – Disposable Fix
Dream State – In This Hell
The One Hundred – Chaos & Bliss
Lemuria – Christine Perfect
Drones – Inferno
Cove – Coincide:Collide
Spanish Love Songs – Joana, In Five Acts
Story of the Year – Praying For Rain
Greyhaven – Echo and Dust Pt. 1
We Were Sharks – Hotel Beds
Man With A Mission – Freak It! (ft. Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra)
The Homeless Gospel Choir – Don’t Know
The Weekend Classic – Cut Me Off
Wess Meets West – Skylar, There’s Rot (Live In Session)
Gloo – Hit It
Dead To Me – Fear is the New Bliss
You Vandal – Collapse
Kal Marks – Springtime In January
Show Me The Body – K-9
Fozzy – Painless
Anthrax – Caught In A Mosh (from Kings Among Scotland DVD)
The Charm The Fury – Songs Of Obscenity
Phil Campbell And The Bastard Sons – Dark Days
Witherfall – Portrait
Follow The Cipher – The Rising
Light The Torch – Die Alone
Limbs – Eyes
zhOra – Riverchrist
Leeched – Boar
Tax The Heat – Change Your Position
The Final Clause of Tacitus – Walk On The Moon
Sanctum & Solace – 1096
Kris Barras Band – Hail Mary
EARTHISTS. – memento mori

Hungover – Irish Goodbye
I Fight Bears – Envision
Forbidden Seasons – Thank You For The Venom
Of Legions – No Loyalty
Stateside – Neon

Tour News

The Gaslight Anthem will mark the 10th anniversary of ‘The ’59 Sound’ with a UK/Ireland tour in July.Support comes from The Flatliners and Matthew Ryan.

July
20 Eventim Apollo Hammersmith, London (Sold Out)
21 Eventim Apollo Hammersmith, London
23 Vicar Street, Dublin
24 Barrowland, Glasgow
25 Eventim Apollo, Manchester

Glassjaw have announced a one-Off show at London’s O2 Brixton Academy for August 18th.

The Used have cancelled their forthcoming UK/EU tour due to a recent family death.

Frank Turner will be going out on a UK/Ireland tour in support of his new album ‘Be More Kind’.

April
13 Academy, Manchester
15 The Academy, Dublin
18 The Limelight, Belfast
20 The Garage, Aberdeen
21 Liquid Room, Edinburgh
22 O2 Academy, Newcastle
24 O2 Academy, Sheffield
25 O2 Academy, Liverpool
27 O2 Academy, Bristol
28 Great Hall, Exeter
30 Corn Exchange, Cambridge
May
1 Guildhall, Southampton
2 Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
4 O2 Academy, Leicester
5 O2 Academy, Oxford
8 City Hall, Hull
9 UEA, Norwich

Orchards have been announced as support for Tiny Moving Parts’ forthcoming UK tour that will be taking place in April.

7th Joiners, Southampton
8th Bodega, Nottingham
9th Think Tank, Newcastle
10th Stereo, Glasgow
11th Key Club, Leeds
12th Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
13th The Dome, London (upgraded)
14th The Asylum 2, Birmingham
15th Deaf Institue, Manchester

In The News

Frank Turner have revealed details of his seventh studio album. ‘Be More Kind’ will be released on May 4th via Xtra Mile Recordings/Polydor Records.

1. Don’t Worry
2. 1933
3. Little Changes
4. Be More Kind
5. Make America Great Again
6. Going Nowhere
7. Brave Face
8. There She Is
9. 21st Century Survival Blues
10. Blackout
11. Common Ground
12. The Lifeboat
13. Get It Right

George Christie, guitarist for UK metalcore band Shields passed away earlier this week.

The Wonder Years will release their new album, ‘Sister Cities’, on April 6th.

Stone Temple Pilots have announced plans to release a self-titled on March 16th. It is the band’s first album with the new lead singer, Jeff Gutt.

1. Middle Of Nowhere
2. Guilty
3. Meadow
4. Just A Little Lie
5. Six Eight
6. Thought She’d Be Mine
7. Roll Me Under
8. Never Enough
9. The Art Of Letting Go
10. Finest Hour
11. Good Shoes
12. Reds & Blues

Palm Reader will return with their third album, ‘Braille’, on April 6th. It will be released through Silent Cult Records.

Tremonti have signed a new worldwide record deal with Napalm Records. The band, comprised of Mark Tremonti on vocals/guitars, Eric Friedman on guitars, and Garrett Whitlock on drums, are currently working on their fourth album, ‘A Dying Machine’.

Blessthefall have joined Rise Records. Their label debut, ‘Hard Feelings’, is set to be released on March 23rd.

1. Wishful Sinking
2. Find Yourself
3. Melodramatic
4. Feeling Low
5. Cutthroat
6. I’m Over Being Under(rated)
7. Sleepless in Phoenix
8. Keep Me Close
9. Sakura Blues
10. Welcome Home

Milestones are to release their debut LP, ‘Red Lights’ on 23rd February via Fearless Records.

1. Bittersweetheart
2. Once Upon A Time
3. Paranoid
4. Against The World
5. Eighteen
6. Liar
7. Hold On
8. End Game
9. This Is My Life
10. Counting Cars
11. Forever Or Never

Bristol quintet IDLES have finished recording their second album and have signed to Partisan Records.

Wess Meets West have announced their new album, ‘A Light Within The Fracture’ will be released on 6th April via Hassle Records.

Light The Torch (formerly known as Devil You Know) will release their new album, ‘Revival’ via Nuclear Blast on March 30th.

1. Die Alone
2. The God I Deserve
3. Calm Before the Storm
4. Raise the Dead
5. The Safety of Disbelief
6. Virus
7. The Great Divide
8.The Bitter End
9. Lost in the Fire
10. The Sound of Violence
11. Pull My Heart Out
12. Judas Convention

British heavy prog psych collective Boss Keloid have shared details of third album. ‘Melted On The Inch’ will be released via Holy Roar Records on April 27th.

1. Chronosiam
2. Tarku Shavel
3. Peykruve
4. Jromalih
5. Lokannok
6. Griffonbrass

Progressive metal band, Greyhaven, have detailed their sophomore album. ‘Empty Black’ is due for release in March 16th via Graphic Nature / Equal Vision Records.

1. Sweet Machine
2. Blemish
3. Echo and Dust pt. I
4. Mortality Rate
5. Ten Dogs – Red Heaven
6. White Lighters
7. Kappa (River Child)
8. Day Is Gone
9. Broadcast Network
10. Echo and Dust pt. II

Yorkshire rockers As Sirens Fall have confirmed their second EP, ‘Where Lost Things Go’, will be released on April 13th.

Kent-based metallers COVE will return on March 23rd with their second EP – ‘A Conscious Motion’.

1. Coincide:Collide
2. Solis
3. All I Believe
4. Host
5. Reflect:Resolve

Midwest alt-rock band, The Weekend Classic, have joined Rude Records. A new EP called ‘Better Health’ will be released on April 6th.

Man Mountain have joined Spartan Records. The post-rock group will release their debut full-length, ‘Infinity Mirror’, on March 16th.

Manchester punks Revenge of the Psychotronic Man have announced that the band will split at the end of the year.

Orlando rock act Hungover! have signed to Smartpunk Records, and will be re-releasing their latest EP ‘Wilt’ on March 30th with three brand new tracks.

The Sword will release their sixth studio album, ‘Used Future’, on March 23rd.

London punk rockers Screech Bats have announced that their sophomore EP, ‘Wish You Were Her’, will be self-released on 30th March.

1. Blood In My Hair
2. Get Better
3. Every Good Thing
4. Just Like You
5. That Valentine Song

Philadelphia quartet Queen Of Jeans have announced their debut album. ‘Dig Yourself’ will be released through Topshelf Records on March 30th.

Southampton alt-rock/post-hardcore quintet Dissonants have confirmed their new EP will be called ‘Vultures’, and is set to be released on April 20th.

Festival News

At The Drive In​ (Thursday night main stage headliners) and Enter Shikari have been announced as the first headliners for this year’s 2000 Trees Festival. Other names announced so far are Hell Is For Heroes​, Creeper, Basement, Boston Manor, Touché Amoré, Black Foxxes, Arcane Roots, Turbowolf, Gold Key, Conjurer, SHVPES, Loathe, Holding Absence, Chapter & Verse and Holiday Oscar.

The first 15 bands for ArcTanGent 2018 have been announced. And So I Watch You From Afar will headline the Thursday night where they perform their fifth album, ‘The Endless Shimmering’ in full. Massachusetts experimental math rock Giraffes? Giraffes! will make their European debut at the festival. Other names announced today are Foxing, Pianos Become The Teeth, Jamie Lenman, Alpha Male Tea Party, Talons, Tangled Hair, Gulfer, Rolo Tomassi, Bossk, Svalbard, Body Hound, Gallops and GUG.

Steel Panther have been announced the main stage special guests for the Ramblin’ Man Fair. While American rock trio The Cadillac Three have also been announced for the festival.

Outbreak Fest have announced Turnstile as its first headliner for 2018. Other names announced this week are Cro-Mags, Floorpunch, Angel Du$t, Fury, Jesus Piece, Big Cheese and X Servitude X. It will take place at Canal Mills in Leeds on June 16th and 17th.

The final names for the Manchester Punk Festival have been announced:

Death By Stereo, Milloy, Crazy Arm, Babar Luck, Fair Do’s, Arms and Hearts, The Stupids, Dream Nails, Stand Out Riot, Meinhof, Arboricidio, The KADT, Upstream Colour, Gutter Romance and Carol Hodge.

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