In Case You Missed It (13/11/2016)

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
Nails/Full of Hell – Split 7"
Tom Aylott – Step Back From The Origin


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Songs
Pulled Apart By Horses – The Big What If
Dryjacket – Two Toasters
Stray From The Path – The House Always Wins
Los Campesinos! – I Broke Up In Amarante
Four Year Strong – Somewhere In My Memory
Foxing – White Flag (Dido cover)
Consuumer – Radio
MELT – Out of Line
Dead Frequency – The Devils Dream
Heat – Lush
Aphyxion – Dark Stains on Ivory
Blank Parody – Locket Picture

New Videos

Green Day – Still Breathing
Bullet For My Valentine – Don’t Need You
Mallory Knox – Giving It Up
Modern Baseball – Bart to the Future Part 2: The Musical
Waterparks – Stupid For You
Mayday Parade – The Problem With The Big Picture Is That It’s Hard To See
Jeff Rosenstock – Blast Damage Days
Escape The Fate – Breaking Me Down
Vanna – Mutter
Cloud Nothings – Modern Act
Fort Hope – Say No
Merge – Soaring
Anna’s Anchor – Big Sky State
Leatherneck – Coma
Acres – In Sickness & Health
Toy Mountains – Hard Done By
Slowcoaches – 54
Twelve Foot Ninja – Sick
Ion Dissonance – To Lift The Dead Hand Of The Past
Revenge Of The Psychotronic Man – Niall Quinn
Dangers – Kiss with Spit
Kindling – Black Eye
Annisokay – Blind Lane
Light Up The Sky – Stop Me
William Control – Confess
Retro Youth – Hometown Homesick
Landing – Complekt
Hieroglyph – Starlight (The High Priestess)

Tour News

Blink-182 will be returning to the UK in July.

July
03 Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
04 Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
05 First Direct Arena, Leeds
07 Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
09 Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
11 The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
14 Arena, Manchester
15 Echo Arena, Liverpool
17 BIC, Bournemouth
19 The O2 Arena, London

Four Year Strong will celebrate the 10th anniversary of ‘Rise Or Die Trying’ with a run of UK and Ireland dates in February. Support comes from Chunk! No, Captain Chunk and Homebound.

February
14th Fleece, Bristol

15th Academy 2, Manchester
16th O2 Academy 2, Birmingham
17th Koko, London
18th Academy 2, Dublin
19th Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast

Japandroids will follow up the release of ‘Near to the Wild Heart of Life’ in January with aUK tour in the Spring.

April
28 O2 Institute, Birmingham
30 The Garage, Glasgow
May
01 Stylus, Leeds
02 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
04 Gorilla, Manchester
05 Concorde 2, Brighton
06 O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London

Don Broco final headline show of 2016 will take place when they play the Blax Xmas Ball at The Forum, Hertfordshire on December 17th.

So Cal metal band Suicide Silence have rescheduled their UK tour to March 2017.

March
19th Engine Rooms, Southampton
20th Club Academy, Manchester
21st Garage, Glasgow
22nd O2 Academy 2, Birmingham
23rd Marble Factory, Bristol
24th Koko, London

Oathbreaker will follow up the release of their latest LP, ‘Rheia’, with a UK headline tour in January.

January
20 Underworld, London
22 Broadcast, Glasgow
23 Voodoo, Belfast
24 Grand Social, Dublin
25 Flapper, Birmingham
26 Brudnell Social Club, Leeds
27 Star & Garter, Manchester
28 Green Door Store, Brighton
29 The Exchange, Bristol

Pulled Apart By Horses will be going out on a headline tour in March/April.

March
27 O2 Academy, Oxford
28 Scala, London
29 Thekla, Bristol
30 Talking Heads, Southampton
April
2 Mama Roux’s, Birmingham
3 Waterfront, Norwich
5 King Tuts, Glasgow
6 Sound Control, Manchester
7 Think Tank, Newcastle
8 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

Deez Nuts and Comeback Kid will be coming to the UK for a co-headline tour. Support comes from First Blood, Hellions, Risk It, Get The Shot and Reality Slap.

February
13 Mama Roux’s, Birmingham
14 Sound Control, Manchester
15 Islington Academy, London

SWMRS have been announced as support for All Time Low’s March 2017 UK tour.

March
10 Eventim Apollo Hammersmith, London (sold out)
11 University Great Hall, Cardiff
13 O2 Guildhall, Southampton
14 Corn Exchange, Cambridge
15 O2 Academy, Leeds
16 O2 Academy 1, Birmingham
18 Guild Of Students, Liverpool
19 Ulster Hall, Belfast
20 Olympia, Dublin
22 O2 Academy 1, Bristol

23 O2 Apollo, Manchester
24 O2 Academy 1, Sheffield
25 O2 Academy, Newcastle
27 Corn Exchange, Edinburgh
28 O2 Academy, Glasgow
30 The Nick Rayns Lcr, Norwich
31 O2 Academy Brixton, London

Tall Ships will support the release of their new album, ‘Impressions’ (February 10th) with a headline run.

February
28 Portland Arms, Cambridge
March
01 Hare And Hounds, Birmingham
02 The Bullingdon, Oxford
03 The Cookie, Leicester
04 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
06 King Tut’s, Glasgow
07 Deaf Institute, Manchester
08 Omeara, London
09 The Louisiana, Bristol

Los Campesinos! will follow up a short run of sold out UK shows next month with a full Spring tour.

December
3 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff (Sold Out)
4 Us Vs Them – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds (Sold Out)
5 Moth Club, London (Sold Out)
April
27 Arts Centre, Liverpool
28 Stereo, Glasgow
29 Queens Social Club, Sheffield
30 The Cluny, Newcastle
May
1 Koko, London
5 The Haunt, Brighton
6 Arts Centre, Norwich
7 Hare & Hounds, Birmingham

Dead! will play a one-off headline show at London’s Boston Music Rooms on February 3rd.

Sheffield sludge-rockers Awooga have announced a four-date tour this December, which will immediately follow the release of their debut EP – ‘Alpha’.

December
12 Ruby Lounge, Manchester
13 The Black Heart, Camden (FREE ENTRY)
14 Magnet, Liverpool
16 Verve, Leeds (FREE ENTRY)

In The News

BabyMetal will release ‘Live At Wembley’ on December 9th via earMUSIC/Ede.

1. BABYMETAL DEATH
2. Awadama Fever
3. YAVA!
4. GJ!
5. Doki Doki ☆ Morning
6. Meta Taro
7. Amore
8. Megitsune
9. KARATE
10. Ijime, Dame, Zettai
11. Gimme Chocolate!!
12. THE ONE – English ver. –
13. Road of Resistance

Real Friends have postponed their UK and European tour due to mental health issues related to vocalist Dan Lambton.

Cardiff’s Los Campesinos! have revealed details of their new album. ‘Sick Scenes’ will be released via Wichita Recordings on February 24th.

1. Renato Dall’Ara (2008)
2. Sad Suppers
3. I Broke Up In Amarante
4. A Slow, Slow Death
5. The Fall Of Home
6. 5 Flucloxacillin
7. Here’s To The Fourth Time!
8. For Whom The Belly Tolls
9. Got Stendhal’s
10. A Litany/Heart Swells
11. Hung Empty

Arch Enemy will release a new live DVD titled ‘As The Stages Burn!’ on March 31st. It will feature the band’s set from the Wacken Open Air Festival in Germany earlier this year.

Acres will be releasing an EP titled ‘In Sickness & Health’ on 24th February.

New Jersey emo band MELT are releasing their debut LP, ‘Riffer’, on November 18th via Danger Collective Records and Topshelf Records.

1. Rollaway
2. Rewind
3. Riffer
4. You Don’t Listen
5. C-Town
6. NM
7. Out of Line
8. Saber
9. Stroke
10. There You Go

Albany, NY’s Jouska have joined Tiny Engines. Their new album,
topiary’
, is available now as a name-your-price" download.

Montreal post-punk trio Heat will release their debut album, Overnight, on January 20th, 2017 via Topshelf Records (US) / The Hand Recordings (CAN) / Rallye Records (JP).

1. City Limits
2. Sometimes
3. Lush
4. The Unknown
5. Rose De Lima
6. Cold Hard Morning Light
7. Still, Soft
8. Long Time Coming
9. Chains

Festival News

The headliners for Slam Dunk Festival 2017 have been revealed as Enter Shikari. The quartet will be marking the 10th anniversary of their debut album ‘Take To The Skies’.

May
27 Slam Dunk Midlands – NEC, Birmingham
28 Slam Dunk North – City Centre, Leeds
29 Slam Dunk South – The Forum, Hatfield

The first Bloodstock Festival 2017 announcement has been made. It sees Amon Amarth being confirmed as the Friday night headliners where they will be joined by Blind Guardian.

The other names announced are Testament, Hatebreed, HELL, Possessed and Whitechapel.

Arcade Fire have been announced for the Isle of Wight Festival. It will be their only UK festival performance of 2017.

Havoc and Blaze Bayley have joined the line-up for new heavy metal festival Heavy Scotland.

Leeds doom and death metal festival Ritual will return on 8th April 2017 and will be headlined by Norweigan black metal pioneer Ihsahn. Other names announced Misery Index, The Afternoon Gentlemen, Crepitation, Corrupt Moral Altar, Conjurer, Serpent Venom and Groak.

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