In Case You Missed It (10/04/2016)

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
Black Peaks – Statues
The New Tusk – Sloom EP
Holy Pinto – Congratulations
Coast To Coast – Dwell EP
The Summer War – Cult Of You EP
Willowside Park – Hollowed Out EP
The Stolen – I’m So Dead EP
Meltdown – I Refuse to Die Here
Tenement – Bruised Music Vol. 2

Songs
Monster Treasure – The Salt
Knola – Cottage Grove
Good Charlotte – 40 Oz. Dream
Lacuna Coil – The House Of Shame
The Scenes – Hypermobility
Greaver – A Poisoned Well
TAHOE – Golden
Letlive. – Good Mourning, America
Greater Pyrenees – Close
Rarity – Absent ft State Champs’ Derek DiScanio
Living Means – The Downside
The Merciless Concept – Reign of Torment
Harbinger – A Fractured World
Volbeat – The Devil’s Bleeding Crown
Coldfront – Molly Blooms
No Sinner – All Woman
All Hail The Yeti – Mr. Murder (featuring Brock Lindow)
Hurry – When I’m With You
Reveller – Drown

New Videos

All Time Low – Missing You
Baroness – Shock Me
The Ready Set – I Will Be Nothing Without Your Love
As It Is – Winter’s Weather
Seaway – Stubborn Love
Napoleon – Afterlife
Max Raptor – Big Divide
Ashestoangels – Not In My Name
Elasea – Time Is Against Us (Alternative Version)
Tacocat – Dana Katherine Scully
Napoleon – Afterlife
Wkrat – Knucklehead
Clique – Top Field
DIV/DES – Bad Day
The Decomposers – Blood Runs Cold
Making Monsters – Better
Donnie Willow – Little Brother
Saosin – Racing Toward A Red Light
Belvedere – Achilles
Merge – The Exit
Forever in Depths – Darkness
Unwritten Law – Celebration
Chris T-T – #WorstGovernmentEver
Chest Pains – Cigs & Sarnies
Darkness Divided – Back Breaker
Staring Out the Sun – Trust No One (Break The Silence Part 3)
The Hunna – You & Me
The Dollyrots – Save Me
Tiny Moving Parts – Headache
Pryti – Bitter Pill
EMP!RE – Hands & Tongues
Behemoth – Ben Sahar
Sumo Cyco – Fuel My Fire
Sumo Cyco – Crowd Control
Patrick Craig – Begin Again

Tour News

Hang The Bastard will be playing the following UK shows as a yet-to-be-announced final show in the Summer.

April
08 Forum, Tunbridge Wells
09 Ritual Fest, Leeds
10 Bodega, Nottingham
15 Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
16 The Underground, Stoke
May
21 Holy Roar 10th Anniversary Birthday Party @ The Dome, London

Beach Slang have announced a full run of UK dates, which will feature support from Weaves and Muncie Girls.

June
07 Forum, Tunbridge Wells
08 Dingwalls, London
09 Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
10 Electric Circus, Edinburgh
11 Studio 2, Liverpool
12 Deaf Institute, Manchester
13 Bodega, Nottingham
14 Globe, Cardiff
15 Portland Arms, Cambridge

PUP have been confirmed as support for two of The Movielife’s forthcoming UK shows.

May
01 Gorilla, Manchester
03 Tufnell Park Dome, London

I Killed The Prom Queen have announced a UK tour where they will be joined by The Browning, Feed Her To The Sharks, Empires Fade and To Kill Achilles.

August
20 Hevy Fest, Newhaven (IKTQP Only)
21 Throwfest, Cardiff
22 Cathouse, Glasgow
23 The Rainbow, Birmingham
24 The Hub, Plymouth
25 Dingwalls, London
26 The Social, Southampton

Progressive metalcore outfit Oceans Ate Alaska will be touring the UK in June. Support comes from Fathoms and Loathe.

June
01 The Rainbow, Birmingham
02 The Bunker, Cardiff
03 The Black Prince, Northampton
04 The Central, Newcastle
05 Opium, Edinburgh
06 Rebellion, Manchester
07 The Key Club, Leeds

Pretend Happy are heading out for a run of UK dates in June alongside Pushing Daisies.

June
14th Santiagos, Leeds
15th Harrison’s Bar, Sheffield
16th Fuel Rock Bar, Cardiff
17th Rewind, Wrexham
18th The Anvil, Bournemouth
19th The Stag and Hounds, Bristol

The Rocket Summer will play a one-off UK show at London’s Barfly on May 27th.

The Xcerts will support Fatherson for two UK shows in June.

June
02 Scala, London
04 ABC, Glasgow

EMP!RE will support the release of their new EP, ‘Our Simple Truths,’ with a tour alongside We Are Carnivores.

May
13th Sanctuary, Basingstoke
14th 2 Pigs, Cheltenham
16th Audio, Glasgow
17th Rewind, Wrexham
18th Moles, Bath
19th The Scene, Swansea
20th Garage, London
21st Cobblestones, Bridgewater

Monster Treasure will play a short run of UK shows in May.

May
Thurs 19th Old Blue Last, London w/Living Hour
Fri 20th Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
Mon 23rd Lexington, London w/NOTS

Wheatus will be playing several regional shows around their dates supporting Busted.

May
5th Soundhouse, Leicester
6th Warehouse23, Wakefield
7th The Station, Cannock
8th La Belle Angele, Edinburgh
9th Diamond Live, Doncaster
10th Boiler Room, Guilford
11th Wembley at the SSE Arena, London *
12th O2 Academy 2, Oxford
13th The SSE Hydro, Glasgow*
14th The SSE Hydro, Glasgow (Sold Out)*
15th Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle*
16th Think Tank, Newcastle
17th Arena, Sheffield*
18th Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham*
19th The Ferret, Preston
20th Genting Arena, Birmingham*
21st Arena, Manchester (Sold Out)*
22nd Echo Arena, Liverpool*
24th Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff (Sold Out)*
25th BIC, Bournemouth*
26th Club 85, Hitchin
27th The O2, London*
28th The O2, London(Sold Out)*
29th Tunes In the Dunes, Perranporth
June
1st Thekla, Bristol
3rd Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff*
4th Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham*
5th Brooklyn Bowl, London
6th O2 Academy 2, Liverpool
7th The Scene, Swansea
* with Busted

Chris T-T will be playing several UK shows in support of this new album – ‘9 Green Songs’.

April
16 99% Festival 2016
May
1 Handmade Festival 2016
6 The Lamb Inn, Devizes
7 Festival Of Debate At Eten Café, Sheffield
22 Railway Inn, Winchester
27 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
28 Defiance Sessions At The Labour Club, Glossop
June
3 Barton Inn, Somerset
4 Union Music Store (Instore), Lewes
5 Café Kino, Bristol
8 Free Fringe Benefit At The Bedford, London
9 Tba, Birmingham
10 Star & Garter, Manchester
11 Tba, Nottingham
12 Hug & Pint, Glasgow

In The News

letlive. will release ‘If I’m the Devil…’ on June 10th via Epitaph Records.

1. I’ve Learned To Love Myself
2. Nü Romantics
3. Good Mourning, America
4. Who You Are Not
5. A Weak Ago
6. Foreign Cab Rides
7. Reluctantly Dead
8. Elephant
9. Another Offensive Song
10. If I’m The Devil…
11. Copper Colored Quiet

Volbeat will release their sixth full-length album, ‘Seal the Deal & Let’s Boogie,’ on June 3rd through Spinefarm Records.

1. The Devil’s Bleeding Crown
2. Marie Laveau
3. For Evigt
4. The Gates of Babylon
5. Let It Burn
6. Black Rose
7. Rebound
8. Mary Jane Kelly
9. Goodbye Forever
10. Seal The Deal
11. Battleship Chains
12. You Will Know
13. The Loa’s Crossroad

Hang The Bastard have announce they are to split up.

Beartooth have parted ways with drummer Brandon Mullins.

65daysofstatic have now announced details on the release of the official soundtrack album for the highly anticipated game ’No Man’s Sky.’ Titled ‘No Man’s Sky: Music for an Infinite Universe,’ the album will be released on 17th June through Laced Records.

Fenix TX have joined Cyber Tracks, the label owned by El Hefe (guitarist of NOFX) and wife Jen Abeyta. An EP called ‘CRE.EP’ is expected to be released soon.

Melodic hardcore quartet Napoleon have announced the release of their long-awaited debut album ‘Newborn Mind’ on the 27th May via Basick Records. The record is the first to feature the band’s new vocalist Wes Thompson, formerly of Climates.

South West quintet EMP!RE have confirmed their new EP, ‘Our Simple Truths,’ will be released on May 20th.

1. Hands and Tongues
2. Sparrows
3. Sights
4. Patchwork and Bone
5. Sweet Apollo (Brighter than the Sun)

Monster Treasure are set to release their self-titled album on May 27th.

1. Heat
2. Lights
3. The Salt
4.Spook Me
5. Over
6. Wake Up
7. Bill Evans
8. Alright
9. Psychedelic Girl
10. Dust
11. Assholes
12. Wasting
13. Weird

Chris T-T will return on June 3rd with his new album – ‘9 Green Songs.’ It will be released be released through Xtra Mile Recordings.

1. #WorstGovernmentEver
2. Love Me I’m A Liberal
3. Hallucinating
4. Cutting A Longbow
5. A Hard Rain
6. This Is What Drowning Is Like
7. A Garden On The Motorway
8. Anyone’s Song
9. Admit Nothing
10. The Border Crossing

Canadian pop-punk outfit Coldfront has signed to Equal Vision Records.

Croydon alt-rock outfit Best of Enemies will release their new EP ‘Sorry State’ on May 5th.

Charlotte, NC’s Faye have joined Tiny Engines. A self-titled EP will be released next month.

1. Yellow Canary
2. Teacups
3. Vowels
4. Chow Chow
5. Ancient Bones

Festival News

33 bands have been added to the 2000 Trees Festival:

Mallory Knox
The Xcerts
Counterfeit
Arcane Roots
Animals As Leaders
Yuck
Dinosaur Pile-Up
Black Peaks
Creeper
Milk Teeth
The Magic Gang
Recreations
Grumble Bee
Tired Lion
Blackhole
Brawlers
Zoax
WACO
Demob Happy
Reigning Days
Dave McPherson
The Spills
LIFE
Puppy
Then Thickens
NARCS
Bare Knuckle Parade
The St. Pierre Snake Invasion
Idles
She Makes War
Armchair Committee
Andy Oliveri and The Mountaineers
Thrill Collins

Butserfest is celebrating its 10th anniversary and have announced the first 12 bands: Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!, Fearless Vampire Killers, Ashestoangels, Creeper, WSTR, Crooks, Casey, Blood Youth, Seething Akira, Tigress, Faultlines and FlashFires.

Las Vegas rockers Escape The Fate are amongst the latest names announced for the Camden Rocks Festival. Other new names announced are Room 94, Deadcuts, The Amorettes, Amaryllis, Chapter and Verse, Them&Us, Reverted, Chasing Cadence, Stoneghost, This Be The Verse, Lost Gravity, Sisteray, Drones, Leika, Odd Rival, The Kut, Mystified, Raleigh Rye and Gabriella Jones.

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