In Case You Missed It (23/12/2018)

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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
Clear Eyes Fanzine – Season One, Episodes 1 – 6

Spotify | YouTube | Deezer

New Songs

New Videos

Tour News

Conjurer
February
1st The Bullingdon, Oxford
2nd The Shed, Leicester
8th Fuel, Cardiff
9th The Anvil, Bournemouth

Sleeping With Sirens supporting Good Charlotte with Boston Manor
February
20th Alexandra Palace, London

Cute Is What We Aim For and The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus with SayWeCanFly
March
26 Classic Grand, Glasgow
27 Academy 3, Manchester
28 The Key Club, Leeds
29 The Asylum, Birmingham
30 Tufnell Park Dome, London

The Five Hundred and Death Blooms supporting Shvpes
January
30th Red Room, Nottingham
31st Boston Music Room, London
February
1st Joiners, Southampton
2nd Star & Garter, Manchester
4th King Tuts, Glasgow
5th Key Club, Leeds
6th Sugarmill, Stoke
7th Vintage Bar, Doncaster

COG and sleepmakeswaves
March
19th Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
20th Dingwalls, London

In The News

Jeremy Spencer has announced his departure from Five Finger Death Punch. He has recently been recuperating from a back injury. Spencer has stated the “rigorous physical wear and tear” led to his decision.

Century Media Records have announced a partnership with Wolves In The Throne Room‘s own label – Artemisia Records.

Hard rockers SOTO have joined InsideOutMusic.

Album/EP Releases

February:
8th:
PUSH! – Dark Dive
1. Intro
2. Free at Last
3. Denial and Envy
4. Dark Dive
5. Pitfall
6. Left With Memories
7. With Love
8. Cuffed to Yourself
9. Ground Floor
10. Keep Silent
11. Procrastinate

22nd:
Burn Tapes – Never Better (Lockjaw Records (UK/EU) and Wiretap Records (USA))

March:
1st:
Backyard Babies – Silver & Gold
1. Good Morning Midnight
2. Simple Being Sold
3. Shovin‘ Rocks
4. Ragged Flag
5. Yes To All No
6. Bad Seeds
7. 44 Undead
8. Sliver And Gold
9. A Day Late In My Dollar Shorts
10. Laugh Now Cry Later

Mark Morton – Anesthetic (WPP Records / Spinefarm Records)
1. Cross Off (feat. Chester Bennington)
2. Sworn Apart (feat. Jacoby Shaddix)
3. Axis (feat. Mark Lanegan)
4. The Never (feat. Chuck Billy + Jake Oni)
5. Save Defiance (feat. Myles Kennedy)
6. Blur (feat. Mark Morales)
7. Back From The Dead (feat. Josh Todd)
8. Reveal (feat. Naeemah Maddox)
9. Imaginary Days
10. Truth Is Dead (feat. Randy Blythe + Alissa White-Gluz)

8th:
FEN – Stone & Sea (Eisenwald)
1. Tides of Glass
2. Stone & Sea
3. The Last Gravestone

Festival News

120 bands for Camden Rocks Festival have been announced. It will take place across 20 venues in Camden on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd June 2019.

Ash, Ratboy, New Model Army, Wheatus, Carl Barat, Ginger Wildheart, Milk Teeth, Pretty Vicious, Raging Speedhorn, Angelic Upstarts, The Virginmarys, The Last Internationale, Bang Bang Romeo, Rews, Annabel Allum, Big Boy Bloater And The Limits, The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing, Loathe, Soeur, Rascalton, St Agnes, Indian Queens, Asylums, Lock, Press To Meco, Hands Off Gretel, Flesh Tetris, Exist Immortal, King Creature, The Wood Burning Savages, Death Remains, The Skinner Brothers, The Hyena Kill, Riskee & The Ridicule, Fine Creatures, Phoxjaw, Black Futures, Funeral Shakes, Flight Brigade, Soap Girls, Deux Furieuses, The Wild Things, Bitch Falcon, Faers, Waco, Coast To Coast, The Five Hundred, No Violet, Wild Front, Thecityisours, Joanovarc, Black Orchid Empire, Colt 48, Oxygen Thief, Alexis Kings, Sick Love, Lebrock, Knocksville, Healthy Junkies, Lots Holloway, Janus Stark, Colt 45, Apollo Junction, Mellor, Luke Rainsford, Tokyo Taboo, The Dirty Strangers, Living On Universal Denial, Ryuketsu Blizzard, Thunder On The Left, Pet Needs, Rich Ragany & The Digressions, Bexatron, David Stevens And The Beguiled, This Years Ghost, Mick O’toole, Unknown Chapters, The Muffin Heads, The Idol Dead, Glossii, Toffees, River Hounds, Flavour Nurse, Bugeye, Rhyn, Black Sixteen, 10 Gauge, Plain Sails, Man The Lifeboats, Matty James Cassidy, Weekend Recovery, The Silver Bayonets, Brightlight City, Two Year Break, Dam_fino, Arcane Militia, Repair To Ruin, Lighthouse, At The Sun, Jonny Weathers And Cosmic Scream, Panic Island, L Sicario, Lunar Echoes, Playmaker, Juicebox, Youth Illusion, As Sirens Fall, The Black Roses, Cavalcade, Maxx Palmer, Lee Pa++erson, The Gulps, Dead At Eleven, Albany, Angerland, Late Night Legacy, Indya, and The Good Tenants.

The latest additions for the Manchester Punk Festival are:

Samiam, Tom May (The Menzingers), Roger Harvey, Misantropic, Myteri, Muncie Girls, Popes Of Chillitown, After the Fall, Goober Patrol, the Junk, Above Them, Matilda’s Scoundrels, actionmen, The Penske File, CHERYM, Haest, Clean Shirts, Scheisse Minnelli, The Domestics, The Bloodstrings, Main Line 10, Almeida, Guerilla Poubelle, Fresh, Tony Gorilla, Lay It On The Line, One Eyed God, Small Gods GODS, The Mighty Bossmags, Crooked Little Sons, Tragical History Tour, Ebola-la’s and Animal Byproducts.

The second round of bands for Brighton’s Washed Out Festival have been announced:

All The Best Tapes, Aerial Salad, Arxx, Big Slammu, Brightr, Cruelty, Crushing, Dogeyed, Drill Folley, Egyptian Blue, Fights & Fires, Gender Roles, Gork, Habits, Itoldyouiwouldeatyou, Kamikaze Girls, New Gardener’s Society, Night Swimming, Other Half, Sans, Super Lemon Days, and Wizard Sleeve.

Mobina Galore, Ducking Punches, Guerilla Poubelle, Hora Douse, You Vandal, WOAHNOWS, Decent Criminal, and Don’t Worry have been added to Bristol’s Booze Cruise.

The first round of bands for the UK Tech-Fest have been revealed. It will take place at the Newark Showground on the 4th – 8th July 2019.

Dying Fetus, Monuments, Psycroptic, Revocation, Archspire, Black Tongue, Polaris, Black Crown Initiate, A Night In Texas, Sarah Longfield, Adimiron, Palm Reader, The Omnific, Voices From The Fuselage, Cold Night For Alligators, The Intersphere, 22, Time, The Valuator, Project Mishram, Jonestown, The Parallel and Hypophora.

The Darkness and The Zutons have been confirmed as the first two headliners for the Teddy Rocks Festival. It’ll take place at Charisworth Farm, Blandford, Dorset on May 3rd – May 5th.

London experimental/math/electronica heroes Three Trapped Tigers will headline Portals Festival 2019. Other names announced so far are The Samuel Jackson Five, The Guru Guru, Telepathy, Poly-Math, Waking Aida, Halo Tora, Kusanagi, Hypophora and A-Tota-So. Further info can be found here.

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