In Case You Missed It (04/06/2017)

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

Mutoid Man – War Moans
Amps For Equality – To Chechnya With Love: A Benefit Compilation for Chechen LGBTQ+ (Vol 1)

Songs

Rancid – Where I’m Going
Hot Water Music – Never Going Back
Stone Sour – Taipei Person/Allah Tea
Hundredth – Hole
Ice Nine Kills – Enjoy Your Slay (featuring Sam Kubrick)
Captain, We’re Sinking – Water
CKY – Replaceable
Allison Weiss – Runaway
Volumes – Waves Control
Sløtface – Nancy Drew
Dead Heavens – Adderall Highway
Ratboys – Westside
Group of Man – The Earth Is Dead
Moses – King Size
Conveyer – Disgrace
Lizzy Farrall – Pack Of Wolves
Coffee Project – Wasted Love
Oh See Demons – Mouth Breather

New Videos


Foo Fighters – Run
Prophets of Rage – Unfuck The World
Northlane – Solar
While She Sleeps – Silence Speaks (ft. Oli Sykes) Live
Eighteen Visions – Live Again
WACO – Coolangatta
Hacktivist – 2 ROTTEN
Wednesday 13 – Condolences
VOLA – Stray The Skies (October Session)
Knocked Loose – ‘Billy No Mates’ / ‘Counting Worm’
tricot – Tokyo Vampire Hotel
Dearist – Shame
Area 11 – Processor
Drones – Territories
Mannequin Pussy – Pledge
Siamese – Ablaze
Fall Of Man – Lullaby
Lionize – Blindness To Danger
Eskimo Callboy – The Scene (ft Fronz)
Powerflo – Victim of Circumstance
The Sinking Feeling – Standard
Me And That Man – Magdalene
Dialects – ‘Illusory’ / ‘When You Die, You’re Truly Alone’
The Homeless Gospel Choir – Normal
Horsefight – Justice
VS. – Listen

Tour News

The Maine will return to the UK in September for a headline tour. Support comes from Night Riots and the Technicolors.

September
10 King Tuts, Glasgow
11 Stylus, Leeds
12 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
14 Thekla, Bristol
15 Koko, London
16 Club Academy, Manchester
17 Institute II, Birmingham
18 Haunt, Brighton

In Hearts Wake will follow up the release of their new album, ‘Ark’ by returning to the UK later this year for a headline tour. Support comes from Gideon and Silent Screams.

October
03 Waterfront Studio, Norwich
04 Asylum, Birmingham
05 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
06 Underworld, London
07 Joiners, Southampton
08 Key Club, Leeds
10 Think Tank, Newcastle
11 The Attic, Glasgow
12 Sound Control, Manchester
13 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

Muskets and Weatherstate will be touring together in August.

August
11th Southampton, The Joiners
12th Leeds, Key Club
13th London, Sebright Arms
14th Swindon, The Vic
15th Birmingham, Subside

Holding Absence and Beyond Recall have been announced as support for Young Guns’ UK shows in September.

September
21st Engine Rooms, Southampton
22nd Student Central, London
23rd Asylum, Birmingham
24th Garage, Glasgow
25th Club Academy, Manchester

SWMRS will bring their ‘Drive North’ album campaign to a close with a UK/EU tour in the Autumn.

September
29th Joiners, Southampton
30th Key Club, Leeds
October
1st Stereo, Glasgow
2nd Bodega, Nottingham
4th Academy 3, Manchester
5th Mama Roux’s, Birmigham
6th O2 Islingtom Academy, London
8th Buyers Club, Liverpool
9th Fibber Magees, Dublin

UK metal/hardcore quintet Death Remains and Belgian tech metallers BEAR will be teaming up together for a UK tour next month.

July
09 Tech-Fest, Newark (BEAR only)
10 Opium, Edinburgh
11 Nice N Sleazy, Glasgow
12 The Exchange, Stoke
13 Subside, Birmingham

In The News

Alter Bridge have announced plans to release a joint live and rarities album. ‘Live At The O2 Arena + Rarities’ will be released through Napalm Records on September 8th. Disc one and two captures the band’s show at The O2 in London last November, with the third disc being made up of previously unreleased songs and material that has only been available in select markets.It will be available as a standard 3 CD set, CD/DVD and 4x LP vinyl.

CD1
1. The Writing On The Wall
2. Come To Life
3. Addicted To Pain
4. Ghost Of Days Gone By
5. Cry Of Achilles
6. The Other Side
7. Farther Than The Sun
8. Ties That Blind
9. Water Rising
10. Crows On A Wire
11. Watch Over You (solo acoustic)
CD2
12. Isolation
13. Blackbird
14. Metalingus
15. Open Your Eyes
16. Show Me A Leader
17. Rise Today
18. Poison In Your Veins
19. My Champion
CD3
1. Breathe
2. Cruel Sun
3. Solace
4. New Way To Live
5. The Damage Done
6. We Don’t Care At All
7. Zero
8. Home
9. Never Borne To Follow
10. Never Say Die (Outright)
11. Symphony Of Agony (The Last of Our Kind)

Prophets of Rage have revealed details of their debut, self-titled album, which is due to be released on September 12th.

01. Radical Eyes
02. Unf–k the World
03. Legalize Me
04. Living on the 110
05. The Counteroffensive
06. Hail to the Chief
07. Take Me Higher
08. Strength in Numbers
09. Fired a Shot
10. Who Owns Who
11. Hands Up
12. Smashit

Gainesville, Florida’s Hot Water Music will return on September 15th when they release a new album called ‘Light It Up’.

The 12-track album was self-produced and will be released through Rise Records.

1. Complicated
2. Light It Up
3. Show Your Face
4. Never Going Back
5. Rabbit Key
6. Sympathizer
7. Vultures
8. Bury Your Idols
9. Overload
10. High Class Catastrophe
11. Hold Out
12. Take You Away

Fearless Records have announced the seventh volume of its ‘Punk Goes Pop’ series. Due for release on July 14th, the compilation of covers will feature contributions from State Champs, The Amity Affliction, Boston Manor, Seaway, Too Close to Touch and more.

1. State Champs – Stitches (originally performed by Shawn Mendes)
2. Dance Gavin Dance – That’s What I Like (originally performed by Bruno Mars)
3. New Years Day – Gangsta (originally performed by Kehlani)
4. The Amity Affliction – Can’t Feel My Face (originally performed by The Weeknd)
5. Andy Black (feat. Juliet Simms) – When We Were Young (originally performed by Adele)
6. Grayscale – Love Yourself (originally performed by Justin Bieber)
7. Capsize – Fake Love (originally performed by Drake)
8. Boston Manor – Heathens (originally performed by Twenty One Pilots)
9. Eat Your Heart Out – Shape Of You (originally performed by Ed Sheeran)
10. The Plot In You – Let It Go (originally performed by James Bay)
11. Ice Nine Kills – I Don’t Wanna Live Forever (originally performed by ZAYN & Taylor Swift)
12. Seaway – Closer (originally performed by The Chainsmokers (feat. Halsey))
13. Too Close To Touch – In The Name Of Love (originally performed by Martin Garrix & Bebe Rexha)

I Prevail have announced drummer Lee Runestad has mutually parted ways with the band. They have also welcomed Gabe Helguera (drums) and Eli Clark (bass) to the band as touring members.

Having recently joined Century Media Records / People Like You Records, Eskimo Callboy have revealed details of their forthcoming album, ‘The Scene’, which is released on August 25th.

1. Back In The Bizz
2. MC Thunder
3. The Devil Within
4. Banshee
5. The Scene feat. Fronz
6. VIP
7. Shallows
8. Nightlife feat. Little Big
9. X
10. New Age
11. Frances
12. Rooftop
13. Calling

Following the recent departure of Ben Marvin, Hacktivist have announced Jot Maxi as their new co-vocalist.

Yellowcard’s Ryan Key has confirmed his working on a solo record.

Group Of Man have announced ‘Always Looming’, the first in a series of singles. Set to be released in early July, it will be part of a collaboration between Cult Culture, Smiths Food Group DIY, Black Basset Records and Dingleberry Records.

Maryland-based rockers Lionize have announced a new album. ‘Nuclear Soul’ will be released on September 8th.

01. Darkest Timeline
02. Face Of Mars
03. Fire in Athena
04. Power Grid
05. Ain’t It A Shame
06. Election Year
07. March Of The Clones
08. Let You Down
09. The Mad Scientist of Sunshine
10. Nuclear Soul
11. Blindness To Danger

Swedish rockers Dead Lord are set to release their new album, ‘In Ignorance We Trust’ on August 25th via Century Media Records.

Festival News

The ArcTanGent Festival have added Ho99o9 and Shitwife to this summers line-up. In additional news, the festival has announced its first ever acoustic stage which will see performances take place between 11pm and 2am. Names announced to perform on the stage so far are: Her Name is Calla, Steve Strong, IORA, Penelope Isles, Circe’s Diner, Jasper Storey, Dottie, Maella, Atlas Wynd, Maddy Gregory, Orchards, No Violet, Fur, Living Body and New Luna.

The clashfinder for the ArcTanGent Festival has also been released.

Four Year Strong, The One Hundred, Red Fang, and Red Sun Rising are amongst the names to be announced for the Firestone Tires Stage at next weekend’s Download Festival.

Puppy and The One Hundred are amongst the latest names to be announced for the Bloodstock Festival. The other new names are Florence Black, Eradikator, Morass Of Molasses, Ramage Inc., Gurt, The Infernal Sea and Wind Rose.

The clashfinder for the 2000 Trees Festival has been revealed.

The likes of Dead Kennedys, Ho99o9, HECK, Puppy, Hacktivist and Petrol Girls are amongst the names to be announced for the Earache Records Express at this year’s Glastonbury Festival.

The day splits for next month’s UK Tech-Metal Fest have been announced. Headlining Friday are The Black Dahlia Murder, Saturday headliners are Textures. While Chelsea Grin are the early bird Thursday headliners, with Sunday’s headliner still TBA.

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