In Case You Missed It (17/03/2019)

In Case You Missed It (17/03/2019)

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

Albums/EPs
American Football – American Football LP3
La Dispute – Panaroma
Nervus – Live at Broadfields
Real Ghost Records and Rizkan Records – It’s Alive! Vol. 2


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Tour News
Between The Buried and Me
October
9th Academy 2, Manchester
10th Electric Ballroom, London

Simple Creatures
April
3rd Hanger, London

Underoath with Parting Gift
June
5th Electric Ballroom, London

Neck Deep
April
25th Concorde 2, Brighton (with Parting Gift and Lotus Eater)
May
24th
Hanger 34, Liverpool (with Seaway)

Angel Du$t with Higher Power and High-Vis
May
29th Boston Music Room, London

Make Them Suffer with Lotus Eater
May
23rd Underworld, London (supporting A Loss For Words)
24th Asylum2, Birmingham
26th Joiners, Southampton
27th Rebellion, Manchester
28th Audio, Glasgow
29th Hobos, Bridgend

Polar with Loathe, Seasonal and The Deadlights
April
5th Casino, Guildford (‘Nova’ album release show)

Nervus with Koji and Fresh
June
16th Soup Kitchen, Manchester
17th Moth Club, London
18th Joiners, Southampton
19th Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
20th Elsewhere, Margate

Pagan
May
10th The Great Escape, Brighton UK
13th Star and Garter, Manchester UK
14th The Flapper, Birmingham
15th Exchange, Bristol
16th Jointers, Southampton
17th Forum Basement, Tunbridge Wells
25th Slam Dunk Leeds
26th Slam Dunk Hatfield
27th The Borderline, London (w/ Trophy Eyes) (SOLD OUT)

August Burns Red with Erra and Currents
November
28th Beckett Students Union, Leeds
29th SWX, Bristol
30th Electric Ballroom, London

Phil Campbell And The Bastard Sons
October
29th Sugarmill, Stoke
30th Classic Grand, Glasgow
November
1st Rebellion, Manchester
2nd The Dome, London
3rd Epic Studios, Norwich
4th Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
6th Engine Rooms, Southampton
7th KK’s Steel Mill, Wolverhampton
8th Phoenix, Exeter
9th Tramshed, Cardiff

The Kris Barras Band supporting Black Stone Cherry
July
13th Caerphilly Castle, Wales
14th Music Hall, Aberdeen
16th Barrowland, Glasgow
17th The Academy, Dublin
18th Ulster Hall, Belfast

The Wild
July
28th
O2 Academy Islington 2, London

In The News

Metallic straight edge band Inclination and rock & roll band Graduating Life have joined Pure Noise Records.

Italian tech death metal band, Hideous Divinity, have joined Century Media.

Album/EP Releases

March:
29th:
Devinyl Splits No. 12 (Big Scary Monsters / Bad Timing Records)
1. The Front Bottoms – Just Stay (Kevin Devine cover featuring Kevin Devine)
2. Kevin Devine – Rhode Island (The Front Bottoms cover featuring The Front Bottoms)

29th:
Banshee – Bubble EP
1. Bubble
2. Erased
3. Frienemies
4. You Said

April:
5th:
Marianas Trench – Phantoms

Pizzatramp – Grand Relapse (TNSrecords)

19th:
Seaway – Fresh Produce (Pure Noise)
1. Pleasures
2. Blur
3. Something Wonderful (Alternate Version)
4. 40 Over (Alternate Version)
5. Lula On The Beach (Alternate Version)
6. Slam/Shy Guys (Alternate Version)
7. Just What I Needed
8. Hand In My Pocket
9. Closer
10. Your Best Friend
11. Alberta
12. The Let Down
13. If I Came Back For You

26th:
SPQR – Low Sun Long Shadows EP (Modern Sky EP)

Lonesome – To Myself, From Myself EP

May:
3rd:
Hot Milk – Are You Feeling Alive?
1. Wide Awake
2. Take Your Jacket
3. Are You Feeling Alive?
4. Awful Ever After

Dead Bars – Regular (A-F Records)
1. Freaks
2. I’m A Regular
3. Pink Drink
4. Producto Toxico
5. Time Takes Away
6. Rain
7. Lucky
8. No Tattoos
9. I Need You
10. Another Day
11. You Never Left

10th:
Weatherstate – Born A Cynic (Failure By Design Records / Wiretap Records)
1. Ghost
2. Brain Dead
3. Barely Human
4. Rotten Lungs
5. Arteries
6. Sympathy
7. Medicate
8. Emma-Lynn
9. Nothing Matters If You Try
10. Rented Space
11. Cynic

Possessed – Revelations Of Oblivion (Nuclear Blast)
1. Chant Of Oblivion
2. No More Room In Hell
3. Dominion
4. Damned
5. Demon
6. Abandoned
7. Shadowcult
8. Omen
9. Ritual
10. The Word
11. Graven
12. Temple Of Samael

Cosmic Ninja – Cosmic Ninja

17th:
Avatar – The King Live In Paris (Century Media Records)

Brightlight City – The Harmony & The Chaos (Undead Collective Records)

Harbinger – Compelled To Suffer
1. The Awakening
2. Healer / Deceiver
3. Celestial Being
4. Compelled to Suffer
5. The Dance Of Species
6. Descendants
7. The Fear Of Sorrow
8. Desperation Dear
9. Covetous Hearts
10. The Cleansing
11. Death Pending
12. The Red Flower
13. Entropy

The Ballet – Matchy Matchy (Fika Recordings)

24th:
Petrol Girls – Cut & Stitch (Hassle Records)
1. Intro
2. The Sound
3. Tangle of Lives
4. Interlude (Q&A)
5. Big Mouth
6. Interlude (Looming)
7. Monstrous
8. No Love For A Nation
9. Skye
10. Burn
11. Talk in Tongues
12. Interlude (They Say)
13. Rootless
14. Weather Warning
15. Naive

Figure Eight – Any Given Flower

31st:
Daniel Tompkins – Castles (Kscope)
1. Saved
2. Black The Sun
3. Castles
4. Kiss
5. Limitless
6. Cinders
7. Telegraph
8. Black The Sun (Head Rework)
9. Limitless (feat. Dmitry Stepanov)
10. Kiss (feat. Randy Slaugh)
11. Saved (feat. Acle Kahney)
12. Saved (feat. Paul Ortiz)
13. Saved (feat. Randy Slaugh)

Carousel Kings – Plus Ultra (Victory Records)
1. Plus Ultra (Featuring Pete Zengerle and Bill Cardella of Hang Tight)
2. Move Slow (Featuring Lexxe)
3. Shellshocked (Featuring Spencer Charnis from Ice Nine Kills)
4. Code Breaker (Smile)
5. Ghost
6. Lock Meowt (Featuring Charles Caswell)
7. Great White Buffalo (Featuring Rory Rodriguez from Dayseeker)
8. Truth Seekers (Featuring Matt from GutterLIFE)
9. Shelter (Featuring Tyler Arkatin)
10. Monarch
11. Jamais Vu (Featuring Ricky Armellino and Jack Esbenshade of Hawk)

June:
7th:
Combichrist – One Fire
1. Intro
2. Hate Like Me
3. Broken United
4. Guns At Last Dawn
5. Lobotomy
6. One Fire
7. Bottle Of Pain
8. 2045
9. Interlude
10. Understand
11. California Uber Alles
12. Last Days Under The Sun
13. The Other

14th:
Baroness – Gold & Grey (Abraxan Hymns)
1. Front Toward Enemy
2. Im Already Gone
3. Seasons
4. Sevens
5. Tourniquet
6. Anchors Lament
7. Throw Me An Anchor
8. Id Do Anything
9. Blankets of Ash
10. Emmett-Radiating Light
11. Cold Blooded Angels
12. Crooked Mile
13. Broken Halo
14. Can Oscura
15. Borderlines
16. Assault on East Falls
17. Pale Sun

July:
5th:
Jamie Lenman – Shuffle (Big Scary Monsters)
1. Tomorrow Never Knows
2. Killer
3. Taxi Driver
4. Popeye
5. You’re The Boss
6. Song Of Seikilos
7. Coda
8. She Bop
9. Adamantium Rage
10. Love Song For A Vampire
11. The Pequod Meets The Delight
12. A Handsome Stranger Called Death
13. Hey Jude
14. The Remembrance

August:
9th:
Acres – Lonely World (A Wolf At Your Door Records)
1. Deathbed
2. Medicine
3. Be Alone
4. Lonely World
5. Hurt
6. Lullaby
7. Talking In Your Sleep
8. You Are Not
9. Sharpen Your Teeth
10. Skin Over Mine

Festival News

Opeth have been announced as the first headliners for this year’s Damnation Festival. Other names announced so far Birds In Row, Lord Dying, Wheel, Imperial Triumphant, Jo Quail, Alunah, Dawn Rey’d and Godeater. It’s set to take place at Leeds University Union on Saturday, November 2nd.

Seventeen new names have been announced for Bristol’s Booze Cruise Festival: Aerial Salad, Anna’s Anchor, Arms & Hearts, Boxing Day, Brightr, Cory & Kirsty Call, Cultdreams (formerly Kamikaze Girls), Dangers of Love, The Dauntless Elite, Dogeyed, Erica Freas, Oxygen Thief, Phaedra’s Love, Suggested Friends, The Run Up, Wayl, and Weatherstate.

Modern Day Babylon, Loathe and Brink Of Extinction have been added the Radar Festival.

Several new names have been announced for the Camden Rocks Festival: Ruts DC, Glamour of the Kill, Sean McGowan, Undead Raisins, Luna Bay, Average Sex, Gaygirl, Federal Charm, The London SS, Ping Pong Warrior, The Cruel Knives, Derange, Rival Karma, TOVA, Novatines, Thousand Thoughts, Laulia, The Filthy Spectacula, Marty Broke My Heart, Silvercord, XIII Weeks, Calico Jack, DROOL, Dutch Mustard, Seasonal, Black lightning Rock, Duck Lips, Cross Wires and Nash Albert

William Ryan Key has been announced as the special guest on the Marshall stage at this year’s Slam Dunk Festival. He will be performing an acoustic Yellowcard set.

UK Tech-Metal Fest have added 13 more names including Sunday co-headliners Leprous and Vildhjarta. Other names announced today are: Morgan Ågren, Shokran, Andy James, Carcer City (final show), Borders, Harbinger, Siamese, Armed For Apocalypse, HARMED, Red Method and Dividium.

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