In Case You Missed It (11/11/2018)


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

Ohhms – Exist
August Burns Red – Winter Wilderness EP

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Tour News
1st London Stadium, London
8th Etihad Stadium, Manchester

Cancer Bats with Bleed From Within and Underside
21st Westend Centre, Aldershot
22nd Forum, Tunbridge Wells
23rd The Haunt, Brighton
24th Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
25th Sub 89, Reading
26th Cavern, Exeter
27th Junction, Plymouth
28th Fleece, Bristol
29th Sugarmill, Stoke On Trent
30th Rebellion, Manchester
31st Phase 1, Liverpool
1st La Belle Angele, Edinburgh
2nd Lemon Tree, Aberdeen
3rd The Key Club, Leeds
4th Think Tank, Newcastle
5th Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
6th Epic Studios, Norwich
7th Junction, Cambridge
8th The Crauford Arms, Milton Keyes
9th The 100 Club, London

Alice In Chains with Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
23rd Braehead Arena, Glasgow
24th Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
25th Wembley The SSE Arena, London

26th The Leadmill, Sheffield-
27th Tramshed, Cardiff-
28th The Nick Rayns LCR, UEA, Norwich-
29th Brighton Dome Concert Hall, Brighton-
1st Empire Music Hall, Belfast-
2nd Vicar Street, Dublin-
3rd Albert Hall, Manchester-
4th Electric Ballroom, London-
5th Electric Ballroom, London+
w/ + LIFE
w/ – Crows

Palm Reader (performing ‘Braille’ in full) with LOATHE, I, The Mapmaker and Sharkteeth Grinder
Boston Music Rooms, London

Unearth, Darkest Hour, Misery Signals and Left Behind
23rd ULU, London

Devin Townsend (‘An Evening With’)
24th Bush Hall, London
25th Bush Hall, London
26th St George’s, Bristol
27th City Varieties, Leeds
29th Jam House, Edinburgh
30th Glee Club, Birmingham

Dream State
23rd Exchange, Bristol
24th Cavern, Exeter
26th The Junction, Plymouth
27th Joiners, Southampton
28th Face Bar, Reading
29th Forum, Tunbridge Wells
1st Boileroom, Guildford
2nd Bullingdon, Oxford
3rd Met Lounge, Peterborough
4th Flapper, Birmingham
6th Bootleg Social, Blackpool
7th Deaf Institute, Manchester
9th King Tuts, Glasgow
10th Krakatoa, Aberdeen
11th Sneaky Petes, Edinburgh
12th Think Tank, Newcastle
14th Key Club, Leeds
15th Welly, Hull
16th Rock City Basement, Nottingham
17th Underworld, London
19th Waterfront Studio, Norwich
20th Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
21st Hope & Ruin, Brighton
22nd Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff

Man With A Mission
27th Academy3, Manchester
28th ULU, London

23rd The Dome, London

A Pale Horse Named Death
22nd 02 Academy Islington 2, London
23rd Rebellion, Manchester
24th 02 Academy 3, Birmingham

In The News

Pottsville, Pennsylvania rockers Crobot have joined Mascot Records.

Album/EP Releases

Kevin Devine and John K. Samson – Devinyl Splits No. 10. (Bad Timing Records / BSM Records)
1. John K. Samson – Saturday Night On Utopia Parkway
2. Kevin Devine – I Wrote It Down For You

Two Trains Left – Sorry and Pathetic EP (Penultimate Records)
1. When You Finally Know
2. Broke Me Again
3. Again
4. What You Think
5. Same Old Words
6. Safety Net

Mineral – One Day When We Are Young Mineral At 25 (House Arrest)

Fever 333 – Strength In Numb333rs (Roadrunner/333 Wreckords Crew)
1. …
2. Burn It
3. Animal
4. Prey For Me/3
5. One Of Us
6. Inglewood/3
7. The Innocent
8. Out Of Control/3
9. Am I Here?
10. Coup D’Étalk

A Pale Horse Named Death – When The World Becomes Undone (Long Branch Records)
1. As It Begins
2. When The World Becomes Undone
3. Love The Ones You Hate
4. Fell In My Hole
5. Succumbing To The Event Horizon
6. Vultures
7. End Of Days
8. The Woods
9. We All Break Down
10. Lay With The Wicked
11. Splinters
12. Dreams Of The End
13. Closure

The End Of The Ocean – -aire (Rude Records / Equal Vision Records)
1. Endure
2. Bravado
3. Jubilant
4. Self
5. Homesick
6. Forsaken
7. Redemption
8. Ascend
9. Desire
10. Birthright

Dream Theater – Distance Over Time (InsideOutMusic / Sony Music)

Festival News

Brighton’s Washed Out Festival has announced its plans for 2019.

It will be taking place on Friday 12th April (6pm – 2am) and on Saturday 13th April (1pm – 2am) across 7 venues; Green Door Store, The Prince Albert, Quadrant, The Hope & Ruin, Latest Music Bar, East Street Tap and Patterns.

The first wave of bands announced are:

All Better, americansignlanguage., Bitch Theme, Bloody Death, CADY, Charlotte Light and Dark, Death and the Penguin, Death By Shotgun, Doe, H_ngm_n, Mean Caesar, Modern Rituals, Pocket Dread, Public Body, Punch On, The Menstrual Cramps, The Winter Passing, Throwing Stuff, Triple Sundae, WOAHNOWS and Yr Poetry.

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