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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Queens of the Stone Age – The Evil Has Landed
Prophets of Rage – Radical Eyes
Circa Survive – Rites of Investiture
Deaf Havana – Sickago
The Bronx – Two Birds
Four Year Strong – Nice To Know
The Fever – We’re Coming In
The Body & Full of Hell – Earth Is A Cage
Prawn – North Lynx
Worriers – The Possibility
Cradle of Filth – You Will Know The Lion By His Claw
Burn – Dead Identity
Thousand Below – No Place Like You
Mixtape Saints – Heartbreak, Radio, Cars and Rain
Ghost Of The Avalanche – White Noise
Strange Ranger – House Show
Tom Aylott – Swallowed Up Whole (Demo)
Walter Etc. – Petunia, You’re Home
The Apology Tour – Not That Far
Highlives – Nothing Left
Club Night – Shear
Midfield Workhorse – Our Foremost Cartographers
Washer – Dog Go Bark
Mercury Sky – Nausea
Sons Of Apollo – Signs Of The Time
Were I Blind – Enjoy The Silence (Depeche Mode cover)
Small Circle – Spinning
Mogwai – Party In The Dark
Waterparks – 21 Questions
SWMRS – Lose It
Cloakroom – Concrete Gallery
Too Close To Touch – The Art of Eye Contact
The Flatliners – Indoors
Tigercub – The Divided States Of Us
Sløtface – Pitted
The Bottom Line – I Still Hate You
Bearings – North Hansen
Hollywood Undead – California Dreaming
Helpless – Sinkhole
Across The Atlantic – Sundress Funeral
Gallery Circus – Sugar
Cherry – Under The Sun
Crumbs – On Tiptoes
Queen Zee & The Sasstones – Boy
Buffalo Go! – Caught Up
Enslaved – Storm Son
Blindwish – Single Word
The Great Discord – Omen
Nelson Can – Break Down Your Walls
Josh Todd & The Conflict – Rain
Devilskin – Believe In Me
Satellites – Thread
Fame On Fire – For You
Majora – Aphotic
Jayce Lewis – Wrath ft. Roger Taylor
Counterfeit Culture – Apothecary ft. Ricky Armellino
Employed To Serve will be going out on a headline tour of the UK in November.
Fri 3rd Hope & Ruin, Brighton
Sat 4th The Wheatsheaf, Oxford
Sun 5th Temple Of Boom, Leeds
Mon 6th Underground, Newcastle
Tue 7th Rebellion, Manchester
Wed 8th The Flapper, Birmingham
Thu 9th Bodega, Nottingham
Fri 10th Opium, Edinburgh
Sat 11th The Dome, London – As part of ‘Lenmania’ Festival
Red Fang and Russian Circles have announced that they will be supporting Mastodon on their UK tour this December.
02 The Great Hall, Cardiff
04 Civic Hall, Wolverhampton
05 Rock City, Nottingham
06 Northumbria University, Newcastle
07 Barrowlands, Glasgow
09 Academy, Manchester
10 Brixton Academy, London
Tigercub will be going out on a headline tour in October.
16 Joiners, Southampton
17 Cavern, Exeter
18 The Cellar, Oxford
20 Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
21 Flapper, Birmingham
23 The Parish, Huddersfield
24 The Cluny, Newcastle
25 Mash House, Edinburgh
26 Star & Garter, Manchester
27 The Waterfront Studio, Norwich
Swedish rock outfit Normandie will be touring the UK with former Yellowcard frontman William Ryan Key. Support comes from Grumble Bee.
06 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
07 Boston Music Room, London*
09 Joiners, Southampton
10 Bodega, Nottingham
11 O2 Academy 3, Birmingham
13 Sound Control, Manchester
14 Attic, Glasgow
15 Think Tank, Newcastle
*Normandie & William Ryan Key only
Muncie Girls have announced a run of headline shows around their appearances at Reading & Leeds Festival and Bingley Music Live.
25 Leeds Festival
27 Reading Festival
28 The Hope & Ruin, Brighton (headline)
29 The Crauford Arms, Milton Keynes (headline)
31 Think Tank, Sunderland (headline)
01 The Cookie, Leicester (headline)
02 Castle & Falcon, Birmingham (headline)
03 Bingley Music Live, West Yorkshire
Obey The Brave have been added to Stray From The Path’s UK tour. Capsize and Renounced will also be supporting.
05 The Underworld, London
06 The Key Club, Leeds
07 G2, Glasgow
08 Rebellion, Manchester
09 The Globe, Cardiff
10 Mama Roux’s, Birmingham
Cassels have announced that they will be supporting Single Mothers on their UK tour this November.
15 Green Door Store, Brighton
16 Kamio, London
17 The Flapper, Birmingham
18 The Star & Garter, Manchester
19 13th Note, Glasgow
21 Brudenell Community Room, Leeds
22 Bodega, Nottingham
23 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
Blues-grunge trio Slothrust will support Manchester Orchestra on their UK tour.
21 Academy 2, Manchester
22 Garage, Glasgow
23 Church, Leeds
24 Institute, Birmingham
26 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London
27 Concorde 2, Brighton
28 SWX, Bristol
In The News
The Word Alive have mutually parted ways with bassist Daniel Shapiro.
Prawn have announced their third album, ‘Run’, will be released on September 22nd via Topshelf Records.
2. Snake Oil Salesman
3. North Lynx
4. Cricket In The Ward
5. Hawk In My Head
6. Empty Hands
7. Short Stem
9. Leopard’s Paw
11. Split Logs
UK Hardcore label Carry The Weight Records has announced it is closing.
Enslaved’s new album will be called ‘E’ and is set to be released through Nuclear Blast on October 13th.
1. Storm Son
2. The River’s Mouth
3. Sacred Horse
4. Axis Of The Worlds
5. Feathers Of Eolh
Bonus tracks available on the digipak:
8. What Else Is There? (Röyksopp cover)
Full of Hell and The Body will be releasing a collaborative album titled ‘Ascending a Mountain of Heavy Light’ through Thrill Jockey Records on November 17th.
1. Light Penetrates
2. Earth Is A Cage
3. The King Laid Bare
4. Didn’t The Night End
5. Our Love Conducted With Shields Aloft
6. Master’s Story
7. Farewell, Man
8. I Did Not Want To Love You So
Such Gold have announced a new EP titled ‘Deep In A Hole’. It will be out on September 8th via Bird Attack Records.
Candadian pop-punks Bearings have joined Pure Noise Records. A new EP, ‘Nothing Here Is Permanent’, is set to be released on September 8th.
3. Letters Home
4. North Hansen
Lame-O Records have announced they will be releasing the debut album from Cherry. ‘Dumbness’ will be released on September 29th. The Philadelphian indie rock project features ex-Kite Party members Russell Edling and Justin Fox, current Three Man Cannon bassist Spencer Colmbs, and Lame-O Records owner Eric Osman on drums.
2. Buttoned Up
3. Under The Sun
4. Majestic Wonderland
7. Motorcycle Lady
9. Forever Overhead
San Diego post-hardcore band, Thousand Below have confirmed their debut album, ‘The Love You Let Too Close’, will be released through Rise Records on October 6th.
1. Sinking Me
3. Never Here
5. Carry the Weight
6. The Love You Let Too Close
7. Follow Me Home
8. The Wolf and the Sea
10. No Place Like You
11. Into The Gray
Philadelphia indie pop band Small Circle have detailed their debut LP. ‘Cyclical’ will be released September 8th via Cameron Boucher’s Flower Girl Records, who also plays in the band alongside Sorority Noise bassist Adam Ackerman and drummer Charlie Singer. The band is fronted by Marissa D’elia.
1. We Belong Here
2. Vague Consensus
5. Point Breeze
9. Cooler Mood
10. About You
Kingston math-rock quartet Midfield Workhorse will make their return on September 1st with a new EP called ‘Hokusai’s Last Haiku’. The three-track collection will be released through This Is Not Revolution Rock.
Bournemouth pop-punk newcomers Buffalo Go will release their debut EP, ‘Cave In’, on September 5th.
Somerset alt-rockers Pretty Little Enemy have shared details of their new EP. ‘Second Load’ will be released on September 15th.
1. Get A Grip
3. Play By The Rules
4. It’s All Just A Show
Irish progressive sludge band zhOra are poised to release their sophomore album, ‘Ethos, Pathos, Logos’ on 27th October.
1. The Stone
3. Sin Eater
4. The Breach
6. Infernal Liturgy
8. Rubic(On) the Styxv
10. Server, Seer, Soothsayer
11. Tabula Rasa
Springfield, IL indie/punk 4-piece Attic Salt has signed with Dodgeball Records.
Southern California electro-metal five-piece The Black Hand will release their self-titled debut LP on September 15th.
2. Easy To Hate
5. Where Are You Now
6. The Thickening
7. The American Pastime
Gojira and Nightwish are the first names to be announced for next year’s Bloodstock Open Air Festival.
Gnarwolves have announced that they will be putting on an all-dayer at The Green Door Store in Brighton. ‘Gnar Party’ will take place on September 2nd and will see the band play their latest album, ‘Outsiders’, in full. Other names announced so far are Beachtape, Birdskulls, Fresh and Bloody Death.
Watford indie punks Nervus have been added to Brighton’s 234 Fest.