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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Lonely The Brave – What If You Fall In (Redux)
Northlane – Anthem For The Year 2000 (Silverchair Cover)
And So I Watch You From Afar – Terrors of Pleasure
Kevin Devine – No One Says You Have To (Feat. The Mynabirds)
Like Moths To Flames – Dark Divine
Like Moths To Flames – Empty The Same
The Relentless – Forgive Me Mother
The Relentless – We Lose Control
This Will Destroy – Kitchen
Nordic Giants – Immortal Elements
Mansions – Heel Theme
COPE – Many Faces
LIMBS – Sleep
HiGH – Evil Gene
Omnium Gatherum – Blade Reflections
Helloween – Pumpkins United
Beast In Black – Beast In Black
BIG dumb FACE – He Rides The Skies
Legend – Locusts of Man
Shanghai Blues – Swim
Demons – Always Your Own
Marilyn Manson – Say10 (NSFW)
Marmozets – Habits
Pierce The Veil – Today I Saw The Whole World
Don Broco – Stay Ignorant
With Confidence – Waterfall
The Front Bottoms – Peace Sign
Julien Baker – Turn Out The Lights
Counterfeit. – You Can’t Rely
Cane Hill – Too Far Gone
In Hearts Wake – Frequency
Eighteen Visions – Underneath My Gun
Hollywood Undead – We Own The Night
Envy on the Coast – Virginia Girls
Oh, Weatherly – Make You Bright
Sad Blood – Little Love Letters
HalfNoise – Scooby’s in the Back
Slowcoaches – Complex
Skies In Motion – When Home Feels Distant and Distance Feels Like Home
Teller – Victoria
The Run Up – WKND
Phoenix Calling – Time Runs Out
Best Ex – Lonely Life
MassMatiks – One Foot In This Club
WEDNESDAY 13 – Cadaverous
Winds of Plague – Kings Of Carnage
Godsticks – Hard to Face
Hypophora – Headlines
Butcher Babies – Lilith
Seven Stories High – Apathy
Harbour Sharks – False Flags
Picturesque – Do Re Mi (blackbear Cover)
red kite – And yet You Miss the Sea
Tyne – I’m Down
Sea In The Sky – Not Too Tall, Not Too Cool
Lunatic Soul – Moving On
Dreamers Crime – Here We Are
Mindful – Lex
Y.O.U.N.G – Exposure
Profane Omen – The Tune of the Damned (Acoustic)
Peur – An Exercise in Abstinence
Foo Fighters will play three UK stadium shows next summer. Tickets go on sale next week.
Tue 19 Etihad Stadium, Manchester
Fri 22 London Stadium, London
Sat 23 London Stadium, London
Hot Water Music have announced a one-off show at the Electric Ballroom in London for April 25th, 2018.
Paradise Lost have announced a UK and Ireland headline tour for February 2018.
15th Arts Centre, Colchester
16th Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
17th Thekla, Bristol
18th Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
20th Limelight 2, Belfast
21st Tivoli, Dublin
22nd Classic Grand, Glasgow
23rd Gorilla, Manchester
Moose Blood and The Dangerous Summer will tour the UK together in March.
2nd Rock City, Nottingham
3rd Academy, Manchester
5th QMU, Glasgow
6th O2 Academy, Newcastle
8th O2 Institute, Birmingham
9th O2 Academy, Bristol
10th Roundhouse, London
Best Ex (aka Candy Hearts) has announced two free solo UK shows. Taking place next month, she will play at Banquet Records on November 2nd with a show at London’s Four Quarters the next day.
Ho99o9 have announced they will be back in the UK later this year for a headline run.
08 Haunt, Brighton
09 Fiddlers, Bristol
10 Deaf Institute, Manchester
11 Stereo, Glasgow
12 Brudenell, Leeds
13 Electric Ballroom, London
Phoenix Calling will follow up the release of ‘Our Lost Hearts’ on 17th November with a UK tour.
18 Met Lounge, Peterborough
19 Portland Arms, Cambridge
20 The Witchwood, Manchester
21 Audio, Glasgow
22 MK11, Milton Keynes
23 Asylum, Chelmsford
26 Waterfront Studio, Norwich
28 Black Heart (Camden), London
01 O2 Academy 3, Birmingham
In The News
Marmozets’ long-awaited second album will be called ‘Knowing What You Know Now’. It’s produced by Gil Norton (Foo Fighters, Pixies) and is scheduled to be released on January 26th via Roadrunner Records.
3. Meant To Be
4. Major System Error
6. Lost In Translation
7. Start Again
8. Like A Battery
9. New Religion
10. Me & You
12. Run With The Rhythm
Green Day have announced plans to release a new “Best Of” collection. Entitled ‘Greatest Hits: God’s Favourite Band’, it will be released on November 17th and will include 18 hits from the punk trios career along with a new song called ‘Back In The USA’ and a new version of ‘Ordinary World’ featuring Miranda Lambert.
1. 2000 Light Years Away
3. Welcome To Paradise
4. Basket Case
5. When I Come Around
7. Brain Stew
8. Hitchin’ a Ride
9. Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)
12. American Idiot
13. Boulevard of Broken Dreams
15. Wake Me Up When September Ends
16. Know Your Enemy
17. 21 Guns
18. Oh Love
19. Bang Bang
20. Still Breathing
21. Ordinary World (featuring Miranda Lambert)
22. Back In The USA
Ahead of their sold out UK Tour, Metallica have announced they will be opening a pop-up store in London. It will open on October 18th through to October 23rd from 12 pm – 8 pm, except for the 23rd when it will be open from 12 pm – 6 pm. It is located in the pop-up hot spot of Shoreditch at 45 Charlotte Road, London, EC2A 3PD.
As It Is have announced they have parted ways with guitarist Andy Westhead.
Following allegations of kidnapping and sexual assault, Polish death metal band Decapitated have been formally charged with rape in Spokane Count, Washington. The band have released a statement.
Of Mice & Men have released a short documentary titled ‘Unbreakable’.
UNFD will be bring together some of Australia’s best acts to celebrate one of the countries most influential bands, Silverchair, and their second album – ‘Freakshow’. Set for release on November 17th, ‘Spawn (Again): A Tribute To Silverchair‘ will see names such as The Amity Affliction, Northlane, In Hearts Wake, Tonight Alive and Hands Like Houses by putting their spin on some of Silverchair’s highlights.
1. The Amity Affliction – Tomorrow
2. Void of Vision – Israel’s Son
3. In Hearts Wake – Freak
4. The Brave – Cemetery
5. Northlane – Anthem For The Year 2000
6. Hands Like Houses – Ana’s Song (Open Fire)
7. Ocean Grove – Spawn (Again)
8. Storm The Sky – Emotion Sickness
9. Tonight Alive – Without You
10. Columbus – Straight Lines
Washed Up Emo has revealed details of a new book titled ‘Anthology of Emo: Volume One’. Written by Washed Up Emo founder Tom Mullen, the 376-page book compiles the best stories from the podcast along with rare and unseen photos and ephemera. ‘Anthology of Emo: Volume One’ will ship in December and can be pre-ordered here.
Hopeless Records have welcomed Dallas-based band Oh, Weatherly to the roster.
Rising alt-rockers Phoenix Calling have confirmed their second album will be called ‘Our Lost Hearts’, and is due for release on 17th November.
On November 3rd, Mansions will release their first new material in four years when they release a new EP called ‘Deserter’.
1. Heel Theme
2. High Numbers
3. I Feel Worse
4. No Shows
5. Brain Fog
6. One Of Three
Bath-based pop-punk band Montroze have announced they will be splitting up at the end of the year.
London-based social-political punks, Drones have revealed their new album will be titled ‘Exiled’. It’s set to be released through Lockjaw Records in early 2018.
Big Dumb Face, the side project from Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland, has announced its return with a new album. ‘Where Is Duke Lion? He’s Dead…’ is set for release on October 31st via Edison Sound.
SECT, consisting of current/ex members of Cursed, Burning Love, Catharsis, Fall Out Boy, and more, have announced the release of their upcoming new album, ‘No Cure for Death’. It will be released on the 24th November via Southern Lord Records.
New Orleans, LA punks HiGH have joined Wiretap Records. A new album, ‘Evil Gene’, will be released on November 17th.
Blackened tech-metal project ECHOPRAXIA is set to release a Halloween-inspired EP, ‘Pumpkin Palace’, on October 31st.
Emperor, Nails and DevilDriver have been added to next years Bloodstock Festival. They’ll join headliners Judas Priest, Gojira and Nightwish.