In Case You Missed It (06/05/2019)

Every weekend Already Heard gives you a rundown 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

Dead Bars – Regulars
The Shrine – Cruel World

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Tour News
Sum 41
23rd Castle, Exeter
24th De Montfort Hall, Leicester
25th o2 Academy, Glasgow
26th o2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester

Ozzy Osbourne
31st Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
2nd 3Arena, Dublin (Ireland)
5th Arena, Manchester
7th Utilita Arena, Newcastle
10th The o2, London
12th SSE Hydro, Glasgow
14th Resorts World Arena, Birmingham

Comeback Kid
8th Boston Music Room, London
9th O2 Academy, Oxford
10th Rebellion, Manchester

Periphery with Plini and Astronoid
11th O2 Academy, Bristol
12th The Garage, Glasgow
14th O2 Ritz, Manchester
15th O2 Forum Kentish Town, London

The Bottom Line with Forever Came Calling (acoustic) and Weatherstate
6th The Key Club, Leeds
7th Gullivers, Manchester
8th Attic, Glasgow
9th The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
10th Riverside 2, Newcastle
11th Thousand Island, London

28th Attic, Glasgow
29th Head Of Steam, Newcastle
30th Bodega, Nottingham
1st Exchange, Bristol
2nd Marrs Bar, Worcester
3rd Anvil, Bournemouth
4th Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
6th Zanzibar, Liverpool

The Struts
11th Academy, Manchester
12th Liquid Room, Edinburgh
13th Leadmill, Sheffield
15th UEA, Norwich
16th o2 Forum, London
17th Great Hall, Cardiff
19th O2 Academy, Leicester
20th O2 Academy, Bournemouth

The HU
11th The Haunt, Brighton
12th Academy 3, Manchester
14th G2, Glasgow
17th Fleece, Bristol
18th Underworld, London

In The News

The finalists for the third annual Heavy Music Awards have been announced.

Mongolian rock group The HU have joined the Eleven Seven Label Group. A debut album, ‘The Gereg’, is expected to be released this summer.

SharpTone Records have welcomed metallic hardcore band In Search of Solace.

Danish melodic metalcore band Ivy Crown have joined Long Branch Records.

Album/EP Releases

Holding Patterns – Endless (Vested Interest)
1. Glow
2. At Speed
3. First Responder
4. Centered At Zero
5. No Accident
6. Pyre
7. Dust
8. This Shot Will Ring
9. Endless
10. House Fire
11. Long Dead
12. Momentarily

Hot Water Music – Shake The Shadows EP (Epitaph)
1. By Any Means
2. Shake Up The Shadows
3. Denatured
4. Rebellion Story
5. Afar and Away

Upon A Burnng Body – Southern Hostility (Seek and Strike)

Born Free – Born Free

Your Life & Mine – Under One Roof EP

Bad Books – III (Loma Vista Recordings)
1. Wheel Well
2. UFO
3. Myths Made Plain
4. Lake House
5. I Love You, I’m Sorry, Please Help Me, Thank You
6. The Neighborhood
7. I Wrote It Down For You
8. Left Your Body
9. Supposed To Be
10. Army

Stanley Brinks and The Wave Pictures – Tequila Island (Fika Recordings)

He Is Legend – White Bat (Spinefarm Records)

Woes – Awful Truth (UNFD)
1. Boy
2. Fake Friends
3. Fancy
4. Money Shoe
5. Awful Truth
6. Suburbs
7. Mess
8. Cross
9. Gone Forever
10. Ugly

Victory Lane – Barebones EP (Standby Records)

Richard Henshall – The Cocoon

Northlane – Alien (UNFD)
1. Details Matter
2. Bloodline
3. 4D
4. Talking Heads
5. Freefall
6. Jinn
7. Eclipse
8. Rift
9. Paradigm
10. Vultures
11. Sleepless

Black Futures – Never Not Nothing (Music For Nations)
1. N.N.N
2. Love (feat. P.O.S)
3. Karma Ya Dig!?
4. Me.TV (feat Bobby Gillespie)
5. Body & Soul
6. Youthman
7. Riches
8. Tunnel Vision
9. Gutters
10. Trance
11. Power Drunk

Festival News

The line-up for the SCUM stage at the Shangri-La area at this year’s Glastonbury Festival has been revealed:

Black Futures, The Damned, Denzal Curry, Employed To Serve, Entombed AD, Gojira, Haggard Cat, Heavy Lungs, Idles, Jamie Lenman, Scarlxrd, Slave To Sirens, Venom Prison and Vodun.

Sleeping With Sirens, VUKOVI, Black Futures, PENGSHUi and tiLLie have been added to the Bring Me The Horizon-curated date of All Points East on May 31st at Victoria Park, London.

Basement have been announced as headliners for the Burn It Down Festival. It will be held on August 31st 2019 at a number of venues in Torquay, Devon.

The full line-up so far:
Acres, All Ears Avow, As Everything Unfolds, Basement, Black Orchid Empire, Black Peaks, Borders, TheCityIsOurs, Confessions Of A Traitor, Crooked Little Sons, Dream State, Drifted, The Experimental, Familiar Spirit, Fatherson, God Complex, Haggard Cat, Holding Absence, Hops, Hypophora, Loathe, Milo Gore, Patrons, Phoxjaw, Profiler, Puppy, The Rezner, RXPTRS, Slow Crush, Street Soldier, Strike Back, Valis Ablaze, wavebye, and We Struck Gold.

22 bands have been added to this year’s UK Tech-Fest:

TTNG, Icefish ft. Virgil Donati (UK Exclusive), Annotations Of An Autopsy, Felix Martin, From Sorrow To Serenity, Sworn Amongst, Valis Ablaze, Mask of Judas, Ravenface, Sertraline, Deity’s Muse, Godeater, Karybdis, Familiar Spirit, VEXED, Odd Palace, Unseen Faith, The Mechanist, BOE, The Human Veil, Hanging The Nihilist and Profiler.

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