In Case You Missed It (22/01/2017)

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
Japandroids – Near To The Wild Heart Of Life
WSTR – Red, Green or Inbetween
Pinegrove – Elsewhere
The Early November – Fifteen Years
George Gadd – Better Shape EP


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Songs
Lower Than Atlantis – Boomerang
Mallory Knox – Better Off Without You
Counterfeit – For The Thrill Of It
Pulled Apart By Horses – The Haze
Modern Baseball – This Song is Gonna Buy Brendan Lukens a New Pair of Socks
Falling In Reverse – Loser
The Maine – Bad Behavior
Cloud Nothings – Enter Entirely
Los Campesinos! – 5 Flucloxacillin
As Lions – Bury My Dead
Thy Art Is Murder – No Absolution
Sorority Noise – No Halo
Guillotine – Butterflies
United Nations – Stairway To Mar-a-Lago
Catch Fire – Guilty As Charged
High Tides – 52 (feat. Miles Kent)
Youth In Revolt – Don’t Wait For Me
First Blood – These Are Rules
Inklings – Thanks for the Insight
Child – Faint
The Northern – Umbra
HAVOK – Hang ‘Em High
Braveyoung – Wonderful
WaterMeDown – Stagnant
Slyde – Back Again
The Artificials – In The Hollow (Ft. Garrison Lee)
The Spirit of the Beehive – ricky (caught me tryin’)
Trevor de Brauw – From the Black Soil Poetry and Song Sprang
The Pale White – Reaction

New Videos

Biffy Clyro – Flammable
Northlane – Intuition
Green Day – Troubled Times
NOFX – California Über Alice (Is it too late to secede?)
Metallica – One (featuring Lang Lang)
Better Than Never – Dreamland Ain’t All It’s Cracked Up To Be
Youth Killed It – Popstar
Slaves (US) – I’d Rather See Your Stars Explode
Every Stranger Looks Like You – Catharsis (Self-Help)
blanket – Acacia
Primitive Weapons – Panopticon Blues
Coast To Coast – Post Graduation
Nominee – White Water
Icarus The Owl – A Thousand Miles (Vanessa Carlton cover)
The Obsessives – Surfer Rosa
Pillow Talk – Ferris & Effie
Reliks – Wash (Live Session)
Walls of Jericho – Forever Militant
The Charm The Fury – Down On The Ropes
Aaron Keylock – Spin The Bottle
Core of iO – Surrounded
Renegade Twelve – Heroes of Mine
No Zodiac – Santisima Muerte
Tengger Cavalry – Symphony of Destruction (Megadeth Cover)
The Anchor – The Hardest Part

Tour News

We Are The Ocean have announced they are splitting up and will be playing three farewell UK shows in March.

March
22nd Cathouse, Glasgow
23rd Sound Control, Manchester
24th Tufnel Park Dome, London

Basement have announced a UK headline tour that will see them perform two nights in each city. Support comes from Higher Power.

February
28 The Joiners, Southampton
March
01 The Joiners, Southampton
02 Bush Hall, London
03 Bush Hall, London
05 Deaf Institute, Manchester
06 Deaf Institute, Manchester
07 King Tut’s, Glasgow
08 King Tut’s, Glasgow
09 The Key Club, Leeds
10 The Key Club, Leeds

Evanescence have announced a one-off show at London’s Eventim Apollo for June 14th.

Code Orange and Car Bomb will be supporting Gojira on their March UK tour.

March
11 O2 Academy, Birmingham
12 O2 Forum, London
14 Academy, Manchester
15 O2 Academy, Newcastle
16 O2 Academy, Leeds
17 O2 Academy, Glasgow
18 O2 Academy, Bristol

The Maine will also be visiting the UK for a one-off show at London’s Electric Ballroom on March 25th.

Decade​ have announced Big Spring​ and Wallflower​ will be supporting them on their forthcoming UK tour.

March
03 Asylum, Birmingham
04 The Cookie, Leicester
05 Think Tank, Newcastle
06 Audio, Glasgow
07 The Key Club, Leeds

08 Star & Garter, Manchester
09 Boston Music Room, London
10 Rock City Basement, Nottingham
11 Moles, Bath

LA based ska-punk quartet The Interrupters have announced a run of UK headline shows following their prestigious support to Green Day on their arena tour in February.

February
9th 02 Academy 2, Sheffield
10th 02 Academy 2, Liverpool
11th Tufnell Park Dome, London

Helloween have announced a one-off show at London’s O2 Brixton Academy for 14th November. The show will be part of their ‘Pumpkins United’ world tour.

VIMIC, the new project put together by Joey Jordison (formerly of Slipknot), are set to play their first UK shows this March. Their debut album, ‘Open Your Omen’, is set to be released in the Spring.

March
Tue 28th Electric Ballroom, London
Wed 29th Institute 2, Birmingham
Thu 30th Academy 2, Manchester

Emerging Southampton metalcore band Our Hollow, Our Home will follow the release of their debut album, ‘Hartsick’, on March 3rd with a UK headline tour. Support comes from Sworn Amongst.

March
Fri 24th 229 The Venue, London
Sat 25th The Key Club, Leeds*
Sun 26th The Mulberry Tavern, Sheffield
Mon 27th Jumpin’ Jacks, Newcastle
Tue 28th La Belle Angele, Edinburgh
Wed 29th Ivory Blacks, Glasgow
Thu 30th The Parish, Huddersfield
Fri 31st The Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
April
Sat 1st Hobos, Bridgend
Sun 2nd Underground, Plymouth
Fri 7th Joiners, Southampton*
* no Sworn Amongst

Better Than Never and Coast to Coast will be going out on a co-headline tour in April. Support comes Pine.

April
15 TBA, Leeds
16 Maguires, Liverpool
17 Sound Control, Manchester
18 Asylum, Birmingham
19 Stag & Hounds, Bristol
20 Fiddlers Elbow, London
Academy, Oxford (no Pine)

High Tides will be touring the UK in support of their new mini-album in March with Where There’s Life.

March
17th Rock City Basement, Nottingham
18th Retro Bar Manchester
19th Maguire’s Pizza Bar, Liverpool
20th The Hug and Pint, Glasgow
21st Milo Bar, Leeds
22nd Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton
26th Stag and Hounds, Bristol

In The News

Converge have announced they will release a live album featuring their 2001 classic ‘Jane Doe’. ‘Jane Live’ was recorded during their set at Roadburn Festival in the Netherlands last year, and will be released on March 3rd via Deathwish Inc.

01. Concubine
02. Fault And Fracture
03. Distance And Meaning
04. Hell To Pay
05. Homewrecker
06. The Broken Vow
07. Bitter And Then Some
08. Heaven In Her Arms
09. Phoenix In Flight
10. Phoenix In Flame
11. Thaw
12. Jane Doe

Rammstein have teased a new live DVD/Blu-Ray release called ‘Paris’.

Leeds’ Pulled Apart By Horses will return on March 17th with the release of their new album – ‘The Haze’ via Caroline International.

1. The Haze
2. The Big What If
3. Hotel Motivation
4. Prince Of Meats
5. Neighbourhood Witch
6. Lamping
7. Flash Lads
8. Moonbather
9. What’s Up Dude
10. Brass Castles
11. My Evil Twin
12. Dumb Fun

Vocalist C.J. McMahon has rejoined Thy Art Is Murder.

Falling In Reverse have announced April 7th as the release date for their fourth album ‘Coming Home’. It will be released through Epitaph Records.

1. Coming Home
2. Broken
3. Loser
4. Fuck You and All Your Friends
5. I Hate Everyone
6. I’m Bad At Life
7. Hanging On
8. Superhero
9. Straight to Hell
10. I Don’t Mind

Counterfeit have revealed details of their debut album. ‘Together We Are Stronger’ will be released on 17th March via Xtra Mile Recordings.

1. Washed Out
2. For The Thrill Of It
3. Close To Your Chest
4. As Yet Untitled
5. Romeo
6. You Can’t Rely
7. Lost Everything
8. Addiction
9. Enough
10. Letters To The Lost

Hacktivist have announced vocalist Ben Marvin will be leaving the band later this month. His final show with the band will take place at Crauford Arms in the band’s hometown of Milton Keynes.

Deez Nuts have detailed their forthcoming new album, ‘Binge & Purgatory’, which is set for release on April 7th.

1. Binge
2. Purgatory
3. Antidote
4. Commas & Zeros
5. Break Out
6. Discord
7. Lessons Learned
8. Carried By Six
9. Cakewalk
10. For What It’s Worth
11. Hedonistic Wasteland
12. Remedy
13. Do Not As I Do

Michigan rock band Cheap Girls have split up. Guitarist and vocalist Ian Graham shared a honest statement on the band’s Facebook page.

The Maine will return on April 7th when they release ‘Lovely, Little, Lonely’ via 8123.

1. Don’t Come Down
2. Bad Behavior
3. Lovely
4. Black Butterflies And Déjà Vu
5. Taxi
6. Do You Remember? (The Other Half Of 23)
7. Little
8. The Sound Of Reverie
9. Lost In Nostalgia
10. I Only Wanna Talk To You
11. Lonely
12. How Do You Feel?

SikTh have joined Snapper Music, a new imprint formed by Kscope and Peaceville. The label’s first release will be the band’s new single, ‘No Wishbones’, and is set for release on Friday 10th February. The band have been working on their much anticipated third album, which is scheduled for a May 2017 release.

Later this month Big Scary Monsters Records will be opening a pop up shop at Hackney Down Studios in London. In addition to the store holding rare and exclusive items, it will also be hosting several in store performances from Modern Baseball, Tall Ships, Kevin Devine, Gnarwolves, Delta Sleep and Beach Slang. While Tiny Moving Parts will be stopping by on 2nd February to make cocktails. The Big Scary Monsters Records pop up show will be open from 12pm to 7pm from 23rd January to 4th February. More details can be found here.

Nottinghamshire pop-punks Catch Fire will release their second EP, ‘A Love That I Still Miss’, on 24th March via Rude Records.

1. Poise
2. Curfew (ft. Wes Thompson)
3. Sylvester
4. Lucid
5. Reality
6. Guilty As Charged
7. Thin Ice
8. Sinking

Recent Rude Records signees Youth Killed It have their label debut, ‘Modern Bollotics’, will be released on May 12th.

Kent five-piece OHHMS have confirmed their debut album will be called ‘The Fool’, and will be released through Holy Roar Records on March 31st.

1. Shuffle, Cut and Reveal
2. The Magician
3. The Hanged Man
4. The World
5. The Lovers
6. The Hierophant

Southern Californian psychedelic hard rock trio Radio Moscow have signed a worldwide deal with Century Media Records. They will enter the studio soon to release their fifth full-length album in late summer 2017.

Nottingham pop-punk band High Tides have revealed details of their new mini-album. ‘I’m Not Giving Up, I’m Just Starting Over’ will be released through Scylla Records on March 17th.

1. Resolution
2. 52
3. Yet To Be Told
4. Heart
5. Realisation
6. Bridges
7. Lucky For Some
8. Home

Plymouth quartet Patrons have joined Rose Coloured Records for the release of their debut album. ‘As Above, So Below’ is set for release on March 31st.

Belgian math metal group BEAR have revealed details for their third full-length album ’///’ set for release on 7th April via Basick Records.

1. Blackpool
2. Hounds
3. Masks
4. Childbreaker
5. Knives Are Easy
6. The Oath
7. 7
8. Klank
9. Raw
10. Construct.Constrict
11. Adjust.Adapt

New Jersey metal act Fit For An Autopsy will release their new album ‘The Great Collapse’ on 17th March via Long Branch Records/SPV.

Birmingham’s Coast to Coast will be releasing a EP, ‘The Length of a Smile’ on 24th March via Fox Records.

1. Ajax
2. Geranium
3. Heredity
4. Post Graduation
5. Stale
6. The Length of a Smile

Las Vegas, NV-based progressive-rock outfit Stolas will release their self-titled, third full-length on March 17th via Equal Vision Records.

1. Anhedonia
2. Bellwether
3. Maximizer
4. Damage Division
5. Anecdoche
6. Cold & Unmanageable
7. Catalyst
8. Euphoria
9. Pacesetter
10. Metempsychosis

Pacific Northwest emo band Western Daughter will be releasing a new album called ‘Driftwood Songs’. The album is due for release on March 24th via Take This To Heart Records.

1. Skinny Water
2. Exhibition On Main St.
3. Pillars Of Salt
4. Busy, Busy, Bust
5. San Francisco
6. Driftwood Songs
7. You And Me, Unbound
8. When You Go Out Tonight
9. Control

Festival News

Outbreak Fest has announced Gorilla Biscuits as their second headliner joining the previously announced Turning Point. They have also added Title Fight, Cro-Mags, Breakdown, Broken Teeth, Fury, Freedom, The Flex, Mizery, Higher Power, Insist, Renounced, Revulsion, Blind Authority, Frame of Mind and Firm Standing Law. Outbreak Fest takes place at Canal Mills in Leeds on Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th April.

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