In Case You Missed It (20/01/2019)

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

Architects – Spotify Single
A.A.Williams – A.A.Williams EP

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Tour News
Brits Week / War Child Shows
11th IDLES – 100 club, London
11th You Me At Six – Scala, London
13th Enter Shikari – The Dome, London
15th Frank Turner (DJ Set) + Live Music from Xtra Mile acts – Omeara, London
18th The 1975 – The Garage, London
19th Bring Me The Horizon – The Dome, London
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Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes
7th The Bullingdon, Oxford
8th Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
9th Dreamland Ballroom, Margate
11th Old Fire Station, Bournemouth
12th Fleece, Bristol
13th Sin City, Swansea
15th Sugarmill, Stoke
16th Empire, Coventry
18th Peddler, Sheffield
19th Arts Club, Liverpool
21st Think Tank, Newcastle
22nd Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh
23rd Fibbers, York

Sleeping With Sirens
22nd SWG3, Glasgow
23rd Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh
24th Limelight, Belfast
25th The Academy, Dublin

PUP and Milk Teeth
9th The Fleece, Bristol
10th The Garage, London
11th Community Room @ Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
12th Cathouse, Glasgow

Spanish Love Songs and Pkew Pkew Pkew
7th The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
8th Soup Kitchen, Manchester
9th The Flapper, Birmingham
10th Exchange, Bristol
11th New Cross Inn, London

Royal Tusk supporting Monster Truck
18th O2 Academy, Bristol
19th O2 Academy 2, Birmingham
20th O2 Academy 2, Manchester
22nd SWG3 TV Studio, Glasgow
23rd O2 Academy 2, Newcastle
25th Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
26th Waterfront, Norwich
27th Electric Ballroom, London

25th Lounge Bar, Alton
31st The Cave, Addlestone
1st Phoenix Bar, High Wycombe
2nd The Cotswold Inn, Cheltenham
28th The Holdroyd Arms, Guildford
14th The Facebar, Reading
31st Rock Avenue, Gillingham

Bury The Traitor
13th O’Riley’s, Hill
14th Star & Garter, Manchester
15th Mulberry Bar & Venue, Sheffield
16th The Angel, Nottingham
17th Waterfront Studios, Norwich

Glamour of the Kill with Silent Screams and InVisions
2nd Rebellion, Manchester
3rd Stereo, Glasgow
4th O2 Academy Islington, London
5th O2 Institute 3, Birmingham
6th The Exchange, Bristol
7th The Key Club, Leeds

Fresh, Me Rex and Tea Leaf
25th 1-in-12 Club, Bradford
26th Conroy’s Basement
27th Bloc, Glasgow
28th Leith Depot, Edinburgh
2nd Wharf Chambers, Leeds (no Me Rex)

In The News

Balance & Composure have announced they will be splitting up after a run of final US shows.

As It Is have announced guitarist Ronnish Ish as an official member.

Nuclear Blast have welcomed Icelandic sextet Une Misère.

Bridge Nine have teamed up with Ryan Hoffman of Chain Of Strength to launch a brand new imprint label dubbed Quiet Panic. Their first signing are Philadelphia’s Beach Slang.

Charlotte’s metallic hardcore band Violent Life Violent Death has joined Innerstrength Records. An album titled ‘Sadness Rains’ is expected to be released later this year.

Album/EP Releases

Bury The Traitor – Ascend To Clarity
1. Embers
2. Season To Burn
3. A.S.I.F
4. Heads Down, Thumbs Up
5. Lion VS Wolf
6. When Lust Dethrones Loyalty

Climate of Fear – The Onset Of Eternal Darkness (Demons Run Amok)
1. Rapture
2. The Cult of Retribution
3. Shadow & Flame
4. Centuries of Torment
5. Storming the Heavens
6. De Conflictu Noctis Aeternae Obruat
7. Slaves of Capital
8. From Enslavement to Extinction
9. Divide & Conquer

Youth Fountain – Letters To Our Former Selves (Pure Noise Records)
1. Helpless
2. Letters to Our Former Selves
3. Rose Colored Glass
4. Moody
5. Worried
6. Complacent
7. Ache
8. Deadlocked
9. Furlough
10. Lucid
11. Grinding Teeth
12. Blooms

Beach Slang – MPLS EP (Quiet Panic)
1. AAA
2. I Hate Alternative Rock

Blaqk Audio – Only Things We Love

Former Wrestlers – Champion Of The World EP

Elizabeth Colour Wheel – Nocebo (The Flenser)
1. Pink Palm
2. Somnambulist
3. 23
4. Life of a Flower
5. Hide Behind (Emmett’s Song)
6. Bedrest
7. 34th
8. Head Home

Follower – Against the Ropes EP

The Maine – You Are Ok (8123)
1. Slip The Noose
2. My Best Habit
3. Numb Without You
4. I Feel It All Over
5. Heaven, We’re Already Here
6. Forevermore
7. Tears Won’t Cry (Shinju)
8. One Sunset
9. Broken Parts
10. Flowers On The Grave

Devin Townsend – Empath (Inside Out Music)
1. Castaway
2. Genesis
3. Spirits Will Collide
4. Evermore
5. Sprite
6. Hear Me
7. Why
8. Borderlands
9. Requiem
10. Singularity Part 1 – Adrift
11. Singularity Part 2 – I Am I
12. Singularity Part 3 – There Be Monsters
13. Singularity Part 4 – Curious Gods
14. Singularity Part 5 – Silicon Scientists
15. Singularity Part 6 – Here Comes The Su

LAGS – SOON (Casu Marzu Records / To Lose La Track / Fuzzy Cluster Records)
1. Knives and Wounds
2. Echoes
3. Showdown
4. The Bait
5. Magic Bullet
6. Second Thoughts
7. What It Takes
8. Acceptable
9. I Still Remember
10. Il Podista (Bonus Track)

Wild Pink – 5 Songs EP
1. There Is A Ledger (Shy Layers Remix)
2. Love Is Better (Dondadi Remix)
3. All Some Frenchman’s Joke (Eerie Gaits Remix)
4. Coaches Who Cry
5. How’s The Tap Here

PUP – Morbid Stuff (Rise Records)
1. Morbid Stuff
2. Kids
3. Free At Last
4. See You At Your Funeral
5. Scorpion Hill
6. Closure
7. Bloody Mary, Kate and Ashley
8. Sibling Rivalry
9. Full Blown Meltdown
10. Bare Hands
11. City

In Fear They Follow – Solace EP
1. Ares
2. Midas
3. Erebus
4. Arke
5. Solace

Yours Truly – Afterglow EP (UNFD)
1. Circles
2. I Can’t Feel
3. High Hopes
4. Delusional Paradise
5. Afterglow

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes – End Of Suffering (International Death Cult)
1. Why A Butterfly Can’t Love A Spider
2. Tyrant Lizard King feat. Tom Morello
3. Heartbreaker
4. Crowbar
5. Love Games
6. Anxiety
7. Angel Wings
8. Supervillain
9. Latex Dreams
10. Kitty Sucker
11. Little Devil
12. End Of Suffering

Festival News

The Bronx, Cancer Bats, Atreyu, Milk Teeth, The Word Alive, Real Friends, Seaway, WSTR, Angel Du$t and Pagan are the latest names to be announced for this year’s Slam Dunk Festival.

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