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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Barely Civil – We Can Live Here Forever
Drawstring – Four (Heaven, Hell and a Small House In Between)
Moaning – Moaning
no hope / no harm – Swimming in the Charles EP
Slowlight – The Only Thing I Want Is To Know What I Want
Capital North – Sea To Sky EP
Knuckle Puck – Conduit (Shifted)
Hawthorne Heights – Pink Hearts
Dinosaur Jr – Hold Unknown
Will Haven – Winds of Change
Casey – Bruise
Gender Roles – Gills
The Hyena Kill – Exit Mask
McCafferty – Strain
Varvara – Gone
Now, Now – AZ
Spielbergs – We Are All Going To Die
Midweek – Honey, Darling
No Thank You – Cubic Zirconia
His & Hers – Babylon Jive
Avalanche Party – Porcelain
Eyes On Satellites – She Bends Her Arms To Look Like Wings
Danny Wright – I Didn’t Like You (and I Really Mean It)
Arrow Minds – #Jesuisenterrasse
The Nectars – I Want It
Oceanator – Mistakes
77 – It’s Near
Oceans – Skin
Tomorrow Is Lost – We Are The Lost
Parkway Drive – Wishing Wells
Stick To Your Guns – The Reach For Me: Forgiveness Of Self
Svalbard – Unpaid Intern
Tigers Jaw – Window
itoldyouiwouldeatyou – Get Terrified
The Gospel Youth – Bloodlines//Love Stopped Me Coming Home
Like Pacific – Sedatives
Turbowolf – Cheap Magic
At The Gates – To Drink From The Night Itself
Bleed From Within – Afterlife
The Glorious Sons – Runaway (Kanye West Cover)
Happy. – Don’t Overdose And Drive
Grand Collapse – Along The Dew
ALAZKA – Phoenix II
Reigning Days – INHALER
From Ashes To New – Crazy
Pillow Queens – Favourite
Queen Kwong – One Lung
This Patch of Sky – Bella Muerte
To The Wall – Blue & Grey Mountains
Mantra – Individual
Pretty Pistol – Drive Me To The Dogs
Stone Broken – Heartbeat Away
Eva Plays Dead – Get Back
Neshiima – Here Forever (feat. Renny Carroll)
Typhoon – Remember (Live at Revolution Hall)
Chocolate – Heavyweight
Carry The Crown – Hold Me
Black Palms – Turned To Ash
Creature Of Habit – Weight In Gold
Savage Hands – Unconditional
Iron Reagan – Take The Fall
Caliban – Before Later Becomes Never feat. CJ McMahon
Modern Error – Blackout Poetry
Steele Justice – Send in the Clowns
Death Bells – Nothing Changes
The Elk Collective – Chokkas
Never Betters – Pictures
Contrive – What’s Mine
Employed To Serve will support Code Orange on their three headline UK shows in April.
15 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
18 The Cluny, Newcastle
22 Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
Having recently wrapped up work on their new studio album, Maryland rockers Clutch have announced they will be returning to the UK in December.
Tue 18th O2 Academy, Bristol
Wed 19th O2 Academy, Glasgow
Thu 20th Academy, Manchester
Fri 21st O2 Academy Brixton, London
Sat 22nd O2 Academy, Birmingham
Irish three-piece Ash have announced a UK tour in support of their new album, ‘Islands’, which is due for release on May 18th.
16 Leadmill, Sheffield
17 02 ABC, Glasgow
19 SWX, Bristol
20 02 Institute, Birmingham
21 Waterfront, Norwich
23 02 Ritz, Manchester
24 02 The Forum, London
Chicago duo Ratboys and NYC’s Wild Pink will be coming over to the UK as part of a European tour.
13 Hope and Ruin, Brighton
14 The Exchange, Bristol
16 Broadcast, Glasgow
17 JT Soar, Nottingham
18 Whiskey Jar, Manchester
19 The Lexington, London
Atlanta-based southern rockers Blackberry Smoke will follow up the release of ‘Find a Light’ on April 6th with a UK headline tour in November.
Fri 2nd O2 Academy, Newcastle
Sat 3rd O2 Academy, Glasgow
Sun 4th Rock City, Nottingham
Tue 6th The Telegraph Building, Belfast
Wed 7th National Stadium, Dublin
Fri 9th Tramshed, Cardiff
Sat 10th O2 Academy, Birmingham
Sun 11th O2 Academy, Bristol
Tue 13th Guildhall, Southampton
Thu 15th O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London
Fri 16th O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London
Sat 17th O2 Apollo, Manchester
Now, Now will be playing four UK shows to coincide with the release of their new album, ‘Saved’.
14 The Dome, London
15 Mama Roux’s, Birmingham
16 The Exchange, Bristol
21 Night People, Manchester
The Winter Passing and Terrible Love will be going out on a short co-headline run later this month.
25 The Bierkeller, Exeter
26 The Exchange, Bristol
27 Head of Steam, Newcastle
28 Temple of Boom, Leeds
Brighton trio Gender Roles have announced a free UK tour for this April.
19 The Library, Oxford
20 Hy-Brasil Music Club, Bristol
21 RSD Event, Newport
22 Chunk, Leeds
23 Rough Trade, Nottingham
24 Bloc, Glasgow
25 The Garibaldi, Northampton
26 Boileroom, Guildford
27 The Old Blue Last, London
Queen Kwong will follow up the release of their new album with a one-off UK show at Shacklewell Arms in London on Wednesday May 9th.
French metalcore band Novelists will be teaming up with fellow countrymen and Arising Empire label mates Landmvrks will be touring the UK in early May as part of a European tour.
01 Boston Music Room, London
02 The Garage (Attic Bar), Glasgow
03 Asylum 2, Birmingham
04 Rebellion, Manchester
05 The Mulberry Bar, Sheffield
London reggae punks The Dub Righters will follow up the recent release of their ‘True Sound Killaz’ LP, with a run of UK shows this month.
14 The Ostrich Inn, Peterborough
15 Gringos Mexican Bar, Norwich
16 The Palace, Hastings
17 Creature Sounds, Swansea
22 ThePaladium, Bideford
23 Temple Of Boom, Leeds
24 The Plough, Bristol
In The News
Swedish melodic death metal pioneers, At The Gates, have detailed their new album. ‘To Drink From The Night Itself’ is due for release on May 18th via Century Media Records.
1. Der Widerstand
2. To Drink From The Night Itself
3. A Stare Bound In Stone
4. Palace Of Lepers
5. Daggers Of Black Haze
6. The Chasm
7. In Nameless Sleep
8. The Colours Of The Beast
9. A Labyrinth Of Tombs
10. Seas Of Starvation
11. In Death They Shall Burn
12. The Mirror Black
Knuckle Puck have revealed plans to release a new EP called ‘Shifted’. It is a collection of “reconfigured” songs from last year’s ‘Shapeshifter’ LP. It’s due to be released on April 6th on Rise.
3. Nervous Passenger
Svalbard have revealed details of their second album. ‘It’s Hard to Have Hope’ will be released through Holy Roar on May 25th.
1. Unpaid Intern
2. Revenge Porn
5. For The Sake Of The Breed
6. How Do We Stop It?
7. Try Not To Die Until You’re Dead
UK indie-punk/emo collective itoldyouiwouldeatyou will return on April 20th with a new EP titled ‘Get Terrified’. It will be released through Alcopop Records and Failure By Design Records.
Hawthorne Heights will return with their first album in five years when they release ‘Bad Frequencies’ on April 27th. It will be their first release on Pure Noise Records.
1. In Gloom
2. Pink Hearts
3. Crimson Sand
4. The Perfect Way To Fall Apart
5. Just Another Ghost
6. Bad Frequencies
8. Edge Of Town
9. Starlighter (Echo, Utah)
10. Push Me Away
11. The Suicide Mile
12. Straight Down The Line
Minneapolis duo Now, Now have announced their new album, ‘Saved’, will be released on May 18th on LAB Records/Trans Records.
Manchester duo The Hyena Kill have confirmed they will be releasing a new EP called ‘SPUN’ on April 23rd.
1. Exit Mask
2. Panic Womb
4. Pound Of Flesh
5. Dare To Swim
Oslo power-trio Spielbergs will release their debut EP, ‘Distant Star’ on April 27th through By The Time It Gets Dark.
1. We Are All Going To Die
2. Daisy! It’s The New Me
3. Ghost Boy
4. Distant Star
5. Setting Sun
Godsmack are set to return with their seventh studio album, ‘When Legends Rise’. It will be released on April 27th via Spinefarm Records.
1. When Legends Rise
4. Every Part Of Me
5. Take It To The Edge
6. Under Your Scars
8. Just One Time
9. Say My Name
10. Let It Out
11. Eye Of The Storm
US heavy rockers Sevendust are set to release their 12th studio album, ‘All I See Is War’, on May 11th via a newly-inked deal with Rise Records.
UK Rock four-piece Eva Plays Dead have revealed plans to release a new EP. ‘The Fix’ will be released on 27th April 2018 via their own label, Playing Dead Records.
Brighton noise/punk band His & Hers have joined Speaking Tongues. An EP called ‘Bark At The Sun’ will be released on April 13th.
Tiny Engines have welcomed Oceanator, otherwise known as Brooklyn-based musician Elise Okusami. A new EP entitled ‘Lows’ will be released on April 13th.
Having recently joined Speaking Tongues, Birmingham’s To The Wall (members of &U&I and Blakfish) have shared details of their eponymous debut EP. It will be released on April 13th.
2. When It Moves
3. Blue & Grey Mountains
4. Devil’s Triangle
5. Through The Wars
North Wales trio GRAVVES will be releasing a new EP called ‘Oh, The Joy’ on April 27th through Loner Noise Records.
Philadelphia’s No Thank You have announced the release of their sophomore album, ‘All It Takes To Ruin It All’. It will be released on April 6th on Lame-O Records.
1. Furrowed Brows
2. Cubic Zirconia
4. Branch Doubt
5. New England Patriots
6. Hell Bent
7. Limitlessly Cheap
8. Outdoor Cat
10. Space To Grieve
Garage punk rockers Pretty Pistol have confirmed that they’ll be releasing their new EP, ‘Welcome To The Dead Club’ on 13th April 2018 via SaySomething Records.
Sheffield trio “space doom rockers” Awooga will be releasing their debut album, ‘Conduit’ on 20 April via Rockosmos.
German progressive metal band, Unprocessed, have joined Long Branch Records.
Chicago’s Hidden Hospitals have joined up with Spartan Records for the release of their upcoming sophomore album, ‘LIARS’. It’s due to be released May 18th.
Pittsburgh quartet Swiss Army have joined A-F Records. Their debut album, ‘Paris Mountain’, will be released on April 27th.
1. Loved Ones
2. 1,000 Pardons
3. Paris Mountain
4. The Day The Sky Came Down
5. Do You Have Any Soul At All?
6. Black Cocoon
7. Privilege Is
8. War on Love
9. Ghost House
German hardcore punks Arrow Minds are set to release their debut album, ‘Alcatraz Affairs’, through White Russian Records on March 31st.
Palaye Royale, Chapel, Sleep On It, Dream State, Grayscale, Holding Absence, Milestones, Stand Atlantic and The Faim have been confirmed for the Rock Sound Breakout stage at this year’s Slam Dunk Festival. Local bands can enter a competition to play the same here.
Emo Nite LA have announced they will be hosting the Slam Dunk Festival South pre-party at London’s O2 Islington Academy on May 25th.
17 bands have been added to the ArcTanGent Festival with Glassjaw and Shellac being confirmed as headliners. Other additions include La Dispute, Arcane Roots, Alcest, Zeal & Ardor, Black Peaks, Vennart, Delta Sleep, Telepathy, People Like Milk Products (Memory of Elephants & Chiyoda Ku Big Band), Scalping, Wren, Jo Quail, VLMV and Vasquez.
The latest round of names for the UK Tech-Metal Fest have been announced. It sees Protest The Hero (‘Fortress’ 10th anniversary), SikTh, Norma Jean (‘Redeemer’ anniversary), Bleed From Within, and Converge playing the four day, Newark, Nottinghamshire based festival. Other additions are Nexilva, Cognizance (EU Exclusive Debut), The Voynich Code, Crepitation, Despite Exile, Unprocessed, This Is Turin, Arcaeon, Perception and Tiberius.
The final names for Leicester’s Handmade Festival have been announced. It sees the likes of Black Peaks and Kamikaze Girls joining the two-day event. The full list of additions are The Wytches, Gengahr, Black Peaks, Low Island, Geowulf, Art School Girlfriend, Kamikaze Girls, Fling, Superego, TRAPS, JSP and Timmas.