In Case You Missed It (27/11/2016)

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
Woes – Woes EP
Toy Mountains – I Swore I’d Never Speak Of This Again EP
Tirade – Tirade EP


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Songs
Cloud Nothings – Internal World
Rob Lynch – Red Lion Square
Lullaby – A Lie
Eva Plays Dead – Bones
Within The Ruins – Death of the Rockstar
Aversions Crown – Ophiophagy
Black Map – Run Rabbit Run
Sienna Skies – Where Mountain Meets Man
Half Hearted – Storm Chase
Bruising – Rest In Peace Kurt Donald Cobain (1967-1994)
Happyness – Falling Down

New Videos

While She Sleeps – Hurricane
You Me At Six – Swear
Bury Tomorrow – Cemetery
Killswitch Engage – Cut Me Loose
Pierce The Veil – Dive In
Young Legionnaire – Candidate
Tellison – Orion
Bad Rabbits – Original
WaterMeDown – Locks and Blinds
Fangclub – Dreamcatcher
Cheap Meat – Spin-Offs
Greywind – Circle
Beachheads – Moment of Truth
Chapel – Caught Up
Brutus – All Along
Guillotine – Sapphire
Blank Parody – Locket Picture
The Decoy – Crazy Nights
My Project Ghost – Small Protests
LOSERS – The Ruiner
Rick Rude – Mauve Talk
Good Grief – Bummer Party
Beans On Toast – I Think Everybody Should Be Terrified
Steven Battelle – A Christmas Cartel
Rough Hands – Relapsed
Consuumer – Radio
More Than Most – Never Say Never, Never Say Forever
Our Hollow, Our Home – Worms Wood
Abandoned By Bears – For The Sake Of Nothing
Apherium – Resolve
Once Human – Gravity
Boris The Blade – Warpath
Led By Lanterns – Save A Life
Elephant Stone – See The Light

Tour News

While She Sleeps will mark the release of their third album in April with a headline tour.

April
20 Fibbers, York
22 Tufnel Park Dome, London (sold out)
23 Tufnel Park Dome, London
25 Concorde 2, Brighton
26 Talking Heads, Southampton
27 O2 Academy2, Oxford
28 The Fleece, Bristol
29 Academy 2, Manchester
May
1 Academy, Dublin
2 Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast
3 Arts Club, Liverpool
5 Sugarmill, Stoke
6 Waterfront, Norwich
8 Riverside, Newcastle
9 Garage, Glasgow
10 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
12 Asylum, Birmingham
13 Stylus, Leeds

Ghost will be bringing their ‘Popestar’ tour to the UK in the spring.

March
24 UEA, Norwich
25 Great Hall, Cardiff
26 Forum, London
28 O2 Academy, Leeds
29 O2 ABC, Glasgow
31 Apollo, Manchester
April
01 O2 Academy, Birmingham
02 Dome, Brighton

The Menzingers will be returning to the UK in April for a UK tour. They will be joined by The Flatliners.

April
Tue 18 Talking Heads, Southampton
Wed 19 Koko, London
Thu 20 Bierkeller, Bristol

Fri 21 Academy 2, Manchester
Sat 22 Oran Mor, Glasgow
Sun 23 The Venue, Derby
Mon 24 Epic Studios, Norwich

Australian alternative rock band With Confidence have detailed their debut UK headline tour. Support comes from Broadside, Safe To Say and Milestones.

February
24 The Underworld, London
25 Joiners, Southampton
26 Exchange, Bristol
28 Key Club, Leeds
March
01 Sound Control, Manchester
02 King Tuts, Glasgow
03 Think Tank, Newcastle
04 Rock City Basement, Nottingham
05 Asylum, Birmingham
06 Epic, Norwich

Real Friends have announced the rescheduled dates for their UK tour.

April
Thu 06 Club Academy, Manchester
Fri 07 Asylum, Birmingham
Sun 09 Riverside, Newcastle
Mon 10 St Luke’s, Glasgow
Tue 11 Stylus, Leeds
Thu 13 Thekla, Bristol
Fri 14 Epic Studios, Norwich
Sat 15 Engine Rooms, Southampton
Sun 16 Electric Ballroom, London

Balance and Composure have cancelled their January UK tour due to personal reasons.

Following on from their recent ‘Empire Records’ EP, Norwegian four-piece Sløtface have announced a UK tour.

Febraury
Mon 13 The Castle, Manchester
Tues 14 Oporto, Leeds
Wed 15 Nice N Sleazy, Glasgow
Fri 17 Kamio, London
Sat 18 Green Door Store, Brighton

London-based progressive metal band Haken will celebrate their 10th anniversary with a headline tour in March.

March
22nd Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
23rd O2 ABC2, Glasgow
24th Academy 3, Manchester
25th O2 Academy 2, Birmingham
26th Islington Assembly Hall, Londo

Star Wars-themed metal band Galactic Empire have rescheduled their December UK tour for February. It will coincide with the release of their debut album on February 3rd via Rise Records. Support comes from instrumental progressive act Sithu Aye.

February
Wed 1 02 Academy Islington, London
Thu 2 Joiners, Southampton
Fri 3 The Craufard Arms, Milton Keynes
Sat 4 Patterns, Brighton
Sun 5 The Hub, Plymouth
Mon 6 Fleece, Bristol
Tue 7 Globe, Cardiff
Wed 8 Academy 3, Birmingham
Thu 9 Zephyr Lounge, Leamington Spa
Fri 10 Satans Hollow, Manchester
Sat 11 Opium, Edinburgh
Sun 12 ABC2, Glasgow
Mon 13 Academy2, Newcastle
Tue 14 Sub89, Reading
Wed 15 Academy2, Oxford
Thu 16 The Venue, Derby

Welsh doom crew Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard will be touring with OHHMS in February.

February
Thu 9th Club Ifor Bach, Cardiff*
Sat 11th The Phoenix, Coventry
Sun 12th The Sanctuary, Basingstoke
Mon 13th The Cellar, Oxford
Tue 14th The Northumberland Arms, Newcastle*
Wed 15th The Stag & Hounds, Bristol
Thu 16th The Anvil, Bournemouth
Fri 17th The Scene Club, Swansea
Sat 18th Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton
*Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard only

In The News

A Day To Remember have won their lawsuit with now former label, Victory Records. The label has been ordered to pay the band $4 million in unpaid royalties and withheld money from merchandise and digital download sales.

While She Sleeps will release their third album, ‘You Are We’, on April 21st.

You Me At Six have brought forward the release of their new album. ‘Night People’ will now be released on January 6th through Infectious Music.

Bowling For Soup have announced they will be releasing a live acoustic CD/DVD called ‘Acoustic In A Freakin’ English Church’. It will be released on December 16th.

Decade have joined Rude Records. Their second album, ‘Pleasantries’, will be released on February 24th.

1. Human Being
2. Daisy May
3. Turn off Your TV
4. Anaemia
5. Wasted
6. Sunbeam
7. Brand New Again
8. Peach Milk
9. Can’t Figure You Out
10. Geist
11. Capsules

Failure By Design Records have welcomed Guillotine to the label. Their debut EP, ‘Sapphire’, will be released on February 24th.

1. Butterflies
2. Sapphire
3. Goodbye
4. Yellowknife
5. Christmas

Northern California trio Black Map are have confirmed they will release a new LP titled ‘In Droves’ on March 10th via eOne Music / Long Branch Records.

Heavy atmospheric Belgium group Brutus have joined Hassle Records. Their debut album, ‘Burst’, is scheduled for release on February 24th.

1. March
2. All Along
3. Not Caring
4. Justice De Julia II
5. Drive
6. Bird
7. Crack / Waste
8. Looking for Love on Devils Mountain
9. Horde II
10. Baby Seal
11. Child

Norway punk/powerpop quartet Beachheads have detailed their self-titled debut effort. It is set for release through Fysisk Format on February 3rd.

01. Moment of Truth
02. Break Me Down
03. Your Highness
04. Despair
05. Una
06. Give Me Some Love
07. Reverberations
08. Procession
09. Treasure Chest
10. Monologues
11. Addiction Not Love
12. It Feels Alright

Philadelphia, PA’s The Spirit Of The Beehive have joined Tiny Engines. Their sophomore LP in due for release in March 2017.

Within The Ruins will release ‘Halfway Human’ on Friday, March 3rd on eOne Music / Long Branch Records.

Australian metallers Aversions Crown will release their sophomore release, ‘Xenocide’ on January 20th via Nuclear Blast.

01. Void
02. Prismatic Abyss
03. The Soulless Acolyte
04. Hybridization
05. Erebus
06. Ophiophagy
07. The Oracles Of Existence
08. Cynical Entity
09. Stillborn Existence
10. Cycles of Haruspex
11. Misery
12. Odium

Australia’s Boris The Blade will return on Janaury 27th with the release of their second album, ‘Warpath’, via Siege Music.

London-based Hunter Kill Hunter have shared details of their new EP, ‘II’’, which is releassed on Friday, December 2nd.

01 Intro
02 Too Much To Take
03 Sinking From Within
04 The Hunted
05 They’ve Traded Us For Gold
06 We Are The Blame
07 Neverlasting Light

Star Wars-themed metal band Galactic Empire will release their self-titled debut through Rise Records on February 3rd.

01. Main Theme
02. Imperial March
03. Duel of the Fates
04. The Force Theme
05. The Asteroid Field
06. Battle of the Heroes
07. Cantina Band
08. Ben’s Death: Tie Fighter Attack
09. Across the Stars
10. The Forest Battle
11. The Throne Room: End Title

Festival News

Don Broco, Bowling for Soup, Less Than Jake, Reel Big Fish, We the Kings and Cute Is What We Aim For have been confirmed for the 2017 Slam Dunk Festival.

The next round of bands for Groezrock 2017 have been confirmed:
Deafheaven, Pennywise, Cock Sparrer, Anti Flag, Major Lazer, The Bouncing Souls, The Menzingers, Strike Anywhere, Underoath, Stick To Your Guns, In Hearts Wake, Moments and Undeclinable Ambuscade.

The next three names for Bloodstock Festival 2017 have been announced and sees Obituary, Decapitated and Brujeria joining the likes of Amon Amarth, Blind Guardian, Hatebreed, Testament and more.

The latest names for the Manchester Punk Festival have been announced:
Clowns, Black Star Dub Collective, Revenge of the Psychotronic Man, The Murderburgers, The Human Project, The Deadites, Nosebleed, Despite Everything, Venturas, Thee Infidels, El Escapado, Nervus, Great Cynics, Brightr, and Billy Liar.

All Pigs Must Die and a reformed Canvas have joined the Ritual Festival line-up.

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