In Case You Missed It (06/08/2017)

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

Dead Cross – Dead Cross
This Year’s Ghost – Taxidermy Eyes EP

Songs

The Wonder Years – There, There (Acoustic Version)
Sleeping With Sirens – Empire To Ashes
Seaway – Something Wonderful
The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die – Dillon And Her Son
Bully – Feel The Same
METZ – Drained Lake
Chris Farren – Be There 4 Ya
7 Minutes In Heaven – LOTL
Skywalker – Blood
Life Lessons – Attention To Detail
Queen Moo – Gone
COPE – Tooth & Nail
Gardenhead – Underwater
Then Comes Silence – Strange Kicks
Otherwise – Angry Heart
Otherwise – Close To The Gods
Able Baker Fox – Painted Shell
Dead Leaves – Alive In The Spring
WASTE – Bullet
Latewaves – Face Down
Rosedale – Space Mountain

New Videos


Pvris – Winter
Enter Shikari – Live Outside
Mallory Knox – Sugar
Avenged Sevenfold – Runaway ft. Warren Fitzgerald
Trivium – The Sin And The Sentence
Mastodon – Steambreather
Manchester Orchestra – The Sunshine
Garbage – No Horses
Jamie Lenman – Hell In A Fast Car
Comeback Kid – Surrender Control
Press to MECO – If All Your Parts Don’t Make A Whole
Citzen – Jet
Gone Is Gone – Echolocation
Crossfaith – Freedom
SikTh – Cracks of Light (ft Spencer Sotelo of Periphery)
Motörhead – Heroes (David Bowie Cover)
Theory Of A Deadman – Rx
Gold Key – Creep In Slowly
Oceans Ate Alaska – Hansha
Create To Inspire – Blue
Wage War – Witness
Astroid Boys – Dirt
Skies In Motion – Happy Families
ALAZKA – Ghost
Gogol Bordello – Walking On The Burning Coal
Cassels – Coup
Cassels – Let
Youth Killed It – Islands
The Darkness – All the Pretty Girls
Fresh – Bible Camp
DZ Deathrays – Shred For Summer
Maypine – North/South Divide
Young States – Over It By Now
Fizzy Blood – Summer of Luv
The Homeless Gospel Choir – Crazy
The Young Hearts – Smoke
The Sherlocks – Live For The Moment
Eskimo Callboy – VIP
Boris – The Power
Kublai Khan – The Hammer
The Brave – Ethereal
Black Map – Ruin
Haken – Lapse
itoldyouiwouldeatyou – Divine Violence
See Through Dresses – Lucy’s Arm
Monster Treasure – Leave
CHAMBERS – Down The Rabbit Hole
Husky Loops – The Man
Peaness – Ugly Veg
Paradise Lost – Blood And Chaos
Kali Masi – Some Friends
Matt Pond PA – Street Squirrels
Victorian Halls – Dissolution
Serenity Came Calling – Tenebris
Dream Awake – Heavy Heart
Harbour – 7 Days
The Sour Taste – Heartsinker
Discrepancies – Art of War

Tour News

Knuckle Puck have confirmed they will be returning to the UK this winter. They’ll be joined by Tiny Moving Parts, Have Mercy and Movements.

December
7th Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
8th Key Club, Leeds
9th SWG3 ,Glasgow
10th Riverside, Newcastle
12th Club Academy, Manchester
13th Fleece, Bristol
14th 1865, Southampton
15th Electric Ballroom, London

Bury Tomorrow have announced an intimate UK tour for this Autumn.

October
19 The Booking Hall, Dover
20 Chinnerys, Southend
21 Concorde 2, Brighton
22 Waterfront Studio, Norwich
24 Met Lounge, Peterborough
25 Vintage Bar, Doncaster
26 Fibbers, York
27 Empire, Middlesbrough
28 Tunnels, Aberdeen
29 Mash House, Edinburgh
31 Brickyard, Carlisle
November
01 The Parish, Huddersfield
02 O2 Academy 2, Liverpool
03 Sugarmill, Stoke
04 Crauford Arms, Milton Keynes
05 Marrs Bar, Worcester
07 O2 Academy 2, Oxford
08 Hobos, Bridgend
09 Moles, Bath
10 Phoenix, Exeter
11 Underground, Plymouth
12 Anvil, Bournemouth (Matinee)
12 Anvil, Bournemouth

The Gospel Youth and Milestones will be touring the UK next month.

September
16 Sound Control, Manchester
17 Bodega, Nottingham
18 Joiners, Southampton
19 Camden Assembly, London
20 Exchange, Bristol
21 Flapper, Birmingham
22 Jumpin’ Jacks, Newcastle
23 Audio, Glasgow
24 Key Club, Leeds

Decapitated have announced a UK tour where they’ll be joined by King Parrot, Venom Prison and Thy Disease.

November
08th Waterfront, Norwich
09th Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
10th Thekla, Bristol
11th Academy 2, Birmingham
12th Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
13th Sugarmill, Stoke
14th Classic Grand, Glasgow
15th The Key Club, Leeds
16th Academy 3, Manchester
17th Underworld, London

Catch Fire and Victory Lane will be heading out on a short run of UK shows in September.

September
07 Old Blue Last, London (Catch Fire only)
08 The Flapper, Birmingham
09 Rock Avenue, Gillingham
10 Eiger Studios, Leeds

The Winter Passing, Weatherstate and itoldyouiwouldeatyou will be touring the UK together in November.

November
04 Hobo’s, Bridgened
05 Soup Kitchen, Manchester
06 King Tuts, Glasgow
08 O2 Academy 3, Birmingham
9 Old Blue Last, London

Will Varley has decided to move his November UK tour to January/February 2018. In a statement, Will says he’s been given “the opportunity to work with a really incredible producer,” as he looks to focus on his next record. All tickets for the autumn shows will be valid for the new year shows, all taking place at their scheduled venues.

Janaury
30 O2 Institute 3, Birmingham
31 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
February
01 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
02 Le Belle Angele, Edinburgh
03 Club Academy, Manchester
06 1865, Southampton
07 The Globe, Cardiff
08 Trinity Centre, Bristol
09 O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London

The Raven Age will be going out on a headline tour of the UK and Ireland in October.

October
Mon 23rd The Garage Attic, Glasgow
Tue 24th Star & Garter, Manchester
Wed 25th O2 Institute 3, Birmingham
Thu 26th Boston Music Rooms, London
Sat 28th Louisiana, Bristol
Mon 30th Academy 2, Dublin
Tue 31st Limelight 2, Belfast

Cassels will mark the release of Epiphet’ with two album release shows.

October
6th Birthdays, London
7th The Cellar, Oxford

Specialist Subject RecordsJesus and his Judgemental Father and Fresh will be teaming up for a UK tour in September.

September
06 Suburbia, Southampton
07 The Undertone, Cardiff W/ Human Heat + Big Woop
08 Brewdog, Leicester W/ Jitterz
09 Fulford Arms, York
10 Wharf Chambers, Leeds
11 Leith Depot, Edinburgh
12 TBA, Glasgow
13 Jt Soar, Nottingham W/ Kermes
14 The Montague Arms, London
15 TBA, Brighton
16 Cavern, Exeter
17 The Thistle, Plymouth (Punx Picnic)

The Struts have upgraded their one-off London headline show. It has been moved to the Electric Ballroom. It’ll take place on Monday, 18th September.

Dutch Symphonic metal band, Epica, have confirmed a UK headline tour for April 2018.

April
Fri 06 Rock City, Nottingham
Sat 07 ABC1, Glasgow
Sun 08 O2 Academy, Bristol
Tue 10 Tivoli, Dublin
Thu 12 O2 Ritz, Manchester
Fri 13 02 Forum, London

Black Star Riders will be returning to the UK in November. Support comes from Blues Pills, Tax The Heat and Dirty Thrills.

November
Wed 8th Wulfrun Hall, Wolverhampton
Thurs 9th Queens Hall, Edinburgh
Fri 10th Parr Hall, Warrington
Sun 12th University Of Hull, Hull
Tues 14th Empire, Middlesbrough
Wed 15th O2 Academy, Sheffield
Thurs 16th O2 Academy, Leicester
Sat 18th Cambridge Junction, Cambridge
Sun 19th Pyramids, Portsmouth

Scottish indie-poppers The Spook School have been added to Diet Cig’s UK tour.

October
13 Rough Trade, Nottingham
14 Lancaster Library, Lancashire
16 Soup Kitchen, Manchester
17 Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh
18 Broadcast, Glasgow
19 Headrow House, Leeds
21 Simple Things Festival, Bristol
22 Hare & Hounds, Birmingham (This Is Tmrw)
23 Portland Arms, Cambridge
24 Moth Club, London (New Date)
25 Moth Club, London (Sold Out)
26 The Hope & Ruin, Brighton

In The News

Enter Shikari have announced their new album, ‘The Spark’, will be released on September 22nd.

1. The Spark
2. The Sights
3. Live Outside
4. Take My Country Back
5. Airfield
6. Rabble Rouser
7. Shinrin-yoku
8. Undercover Agents
9. The Revolt Of The Atoms
10. An Ode To Lost Jigsaw Pieces (in two movements)
11. The Embers

Fall Out Boy’s Patrick Stump has stated the band’s new album, ‘MANIA’, has been delayed. Originally set for release on September 15th, it will now be released on January 19th, 2018.

The Wonder Years will release an acoustic EP titled ‘Burst & Decay’ on September 22nd. It will be the first release on the band’s own Loneliest Place On Earth label that appears to be a subsidiary to Hopeless Records.

1. A Song for Ernest Hemingway
2. There, There
3. Coffee Eyes
4. Cardinals
5. Don’t Let Me Cave In
6. Dismantling Summer
7. You in January

Jamie Lenman will release a new album, ‘Devolver’, on October 27th via Big Scary Monsters​.

36 Crazyfists will return on September 29th with a new album titled ‘Lanterns’. The “deeply personal” record will be released through Spinefarm Records.

1. Death Eater
2. Wars to Walk Away From
3. Better to Burn
4. Damaged Under Sun
5. Sea and Smoke
6. Where Revenge Ends
7. Sleepsick
8. Bandage for
9. Promise
10. Laying Hands
11. Below The Graves
12. Old Gold
13. Dark Corners

Indie emo collective, The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die, will return with a new record, ‘Always Foreign’ on September 29th. It will be released through Epitaph Records.

1. I’ll Make Everything
2. The Future
3. Hilltopper
4. Faker
5. Gram
6. Dillon and Her Son
7. Blank #12
8, For Robin
9. Marine Tigers
10. Fuzz Minor
11. Infinite Steve

Press to MECO have detailed their new album. ‘Here’s To The Fatigue’ will be released on November 17th.

1. Intro
2. Familiar Ground
3. Here’s to the Fatigue
4. If All Your Parts Don’t Make a Whole
5. Skip the Crawl
6. A Place in it All
7. Howl
8. A Quick Fix
9. Itchy Fingers
10. The Things That We Don’t Talk About
11. White Knuckling

Rock/grime collective Astroid Boys have revealed details of their debut album. Entitled ‘Broke’, it will be released on September 29th by Music For Nations/Sony.

1. Cheque
2. Mask
3. Razz (ft. Manga)
4. Foreigners (ft. Sonny Double 1)
5. Dirt
6. Ghost
7. Lost
8. Kill
9. Free
10. Money
11. Soonish (ft. Mace)
12. Dazed
13. Broke

Watford quartet Gold Key have shared details of debut album, ‘Hello Phantom’, which is due for release on October 6th via Venn Records.

1. Creep In Slowly
2. Circle The Moon
3. Hello, Phantom
4. The Shape
5. Crab Traps
6. Sneaker
7. Hatches Down
8. Juvenoia
9. Kerosene
10. Explode
11. Mess
12. Fall Through The Middle

Canadian rockers, Theory Of A Deadman have unveiled details of their new album, ‘Wake Up Call’, set for release on 27th October via Atlantic Records.

1. Straight Jacket
2. Rx
3. Echoes
4. Wake Up Call
5. PCH
6. G.O.A.T
7. Loner
8. Time Machine
9. Glass Jaw
10. Po Mouth
11. Wicked Game

Emerging Leeds band, Fizzy Blood will release an EP called ‘Summer of Luv’ on September 1st via Killing Moon/Alya Records.

1. Pawn
2. ADHD
3. Haunted
4. Summer Of Luv
5. Healing Isn’t Free

Having recently joined Sub Pop Records, Bully have confirmed their new album will be called ‘Losing’. It’s set to be released on October 20th.

1. Feel the Same
2. Kills to be Resistant
3. Running
4. Seeing It
5. Guess There
6. Blame
7. Focused
8. Not the Way
9. Spiral
10. Either Way
11. You Could Be Wrong
12. Hate and Control

On September 29th, Norwich quartet Young States they will be releasing a new EP called ‘Past Truths | Present Lies’.

Sibling duo, Cassels, have detailed their debut album. ‘Epiphet’ will be released on October 6th via Big Scary Monsters.

1. Coup
2. Let
3. War Is A Really Clever Metaphor for Divorce
4. Where Baseball Was Invented
5. You Turn on Utopia
6. Sepia Good Times
7. This Song Has A Name But We Don’t Like To Talk About It
8. Motor Skills
9. Chewed Up Cheeks

Casey Bolles has started a new project under the moniker of Gardenhead.

Salisbury punk trio The Sour Taste will release their second EP, ‘Heartsinker’, via Speaking Tongues on September 15th.

1. Weekend Friend
2. Broken Head, Broken Mind
3. Am I Dead?
4. Heartsinker

Chicago’s Kali Masi (formerly The Howl) have revealed details of their debut album, ‘Wind Instrument’. It’s scheduled to be released on October 6th via Take This To Heart Records.

1. Some Friends
2. Her Palms Were Read
3. Powerline Days
4. Jejune
5. Reoccurring (II)
6. Ghost (The Pottery Scene)
7. Lunger
8. Your Other Left
9. Sputter
10. CA

London-based hardcore up-and-comers, COPE, have announced their next EP, ‘Tooth & Nail’, will be released on October 13th.

Northern California trio Monster Treasure have revealed their second album, ‘II’, will be released through Leisure & District on 6th October.

1. Searchers
2. Neon Garden
3. No Hope
4. Buttercream
5. Candy Sun
6. Leave
7. Heavy Real
8. The Fall
9. So What
10. Come Over

Southampton death metallers Nihility have detailed their debut album. ‘Imprisoned Eternal’ will be released through Rage Records.

1. Breath of War
2. Imprisoned Eternal
3. Revelations of Betrayal
4. Wretched Compulsion
5. Morbid Aberrations
6. Woes of Deceit
7. Condemned to Exist
8. Decomposed
9. To Bleed for Conviction

Las Vegas hard-rockers, Otherwise’s third album will be called ‘Sleeping Lions’ and will be released on September 22nd via Another Century/Century Media Records.

1. Angry Heart
2. Sleeping Lions
3. Suffer
4. Nothing To Me
5. Weapons
6. Crocodile Tears
7. Close To The Gods
8. Dead In The Air
9. Beautiful Monster
10. Blame
11. Bloodline Lullaby
Bonus Track: Won’t Stop

latewaves have joined Panic State Records. A debut EP, ‘Partied Out’, is expected to be released soon.

Festival News

Jamie Lenman has announced he will be hosting an all-dayer called ‘Lenmania’ at The Dome, Tufnell Park in London on Saturday, November 11th.

It will see 10 acts across two stages:

Jamie Lenman
Employed To Serve
Palm Reader
Bad Sign
Fizzy Blood
The St. Pierre Snake Invasion
In Dynamics
Broker
Hannah Lou Clark
Jamie Lenman (again)

Rising Southampton metalcore band, Our Hollow, Our Home​ have announced plans to host an annual Halloween festival called ‘Holloween’. Set to take place at Talking Heads in Southampton on Friday, October 27th, the event promises to highlight up-and-coming UK rock and metal bands. Our Hollow, Our Home will mark the occasion by performing their impressive debut album, ‘Hartsick’, in full for the first time.

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