In Case You Missed It (30/06/2019)

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
Prince Daddy & The Hyena – Cosmic Thrill Seekers
Widmore – Hostile EP
The Dirty Nil – You’re Welcome II


Spotify | Apple Music | YouTube

Tour News
Idles
December
3rd Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow
4th Academy, Manchester
5th O2 Academy, Leeds
7th Alexandra Palace, London

Killswitch Engage
October
14th UEA, Norwich
15th O2 Academy, Bristol
17th Barrowland, Glasgow
18th Academy, Manchester
19th O2 Academy, Birmingham
20th O2 Academy Brixton, London

Black Peaks with Black Futures and Bitch Falcon
October
3rd Gorilla, Manchester
4th Lemon Tree, Aberdeen
5th Garage, Glasgow
6th 02 Institute 2, Birmingham
8th Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
10th The Fleece, Bristol
11th Electric Ballroom, London

BabyMetal
February
19th Barrowland, Glasgow
20th The Great Hall, Cardiff
22nd O2 Apollo, Manchester
23rd Eventim Apollo Hammersmith, London

Sabaton with Apocalyptica and Amaranthe
February
8th The SSE Arena Wembley, London

Impericon Never Say Die! Tour (Crystal Lake, In Hearts Wake, King 810, Polar, Our Hollow Our Home, Alpha Wolf, Great American Ghost)
November
10th Engine Rooms, Southampton
11th The Mill, Birmingham
12th Club Academy, Manchester
13th ULU, London

MONO will celebrate their 20th anniversary with a show at the Barbican in London on Saturday, 14th December. The special show will see the Japanese band be joined by The Platinum Anniversary Orchestra. While support comes from Alcest. As part of the anniversary, they are also curating 2 other shows that weekend. The first will be co-headlined by Boris and envy (support from Årabrot and Svalbard). While the second will consist of Nordic Giants, A.A.Williams, Jo Quail and Floating Spectrum.

December
13th Oval Space, London (Boris and envy co-headline with support from Årabrot and Svalbard)
14th Village Underground, London (matinee show – Nordic Giants alongside A.A. Williams, Jo Quail and Floating Spectrum)
14th Barbican, London (MONO & The Platinum Anniversary Orchestra with support from Alcest)

Yonaka
November
8th Concorde2, Brighton
10th SWX, Bristol
11th Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
12th O2 Academy2, Oxford
13th Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
15th O2 Institute2, Birmingham
17th Riverside, Newcastle
18th The Garage, Glasgow
20th The Leadmill, Sheffield
21st Academy 2, Manchester
27th Electric Ballroom, London

The Interrupters
January
27th Tramshed, Cardiff
28th O2 Institute, Birmingham
29th O2 Academy, Liverpool
31st SWG3, Glasgow
February
1st O2 Academy, Leeds
2nd O2 Ritz, Manchester
4th O2 Academy, Bristol
5th Rock City, Nottingham
7th O2 Forum Kentish Town, London

Oso Oso with Prince Daddy & The Hyena
October
16th Elsewhere, Margate
17th Green Door Store, Brighton
18th Deaf Institute, Manchester
19th The Key Club, Leeds
20th The Hug and Pint, Glasgow
22nd Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
23rd The Bodega, Nottingham
24th Boston Music Room, London
25th Louisiana, Bristol

Harbinger with Godeater
October
14th New Cross Inn, London
15th Wagon & Horses, Birmingham
16th Star & Garter, Manchester
17th Beat Generator, Dundee
18th Audio, Glasgow
19th Nightrain, Bradford
20th The Anvil, Bournemouth
21st The Pipeline, Brighton

Nova Twins
September
12th Heartbreaker’s, Southampton
13th The Hope and Ruin, Brighton
18th Sebright Arms, London
19th Sound, Liverpool
20th Beta, Nottingham
21st Moles, Bath

In The News

Silverstein have joined UNFD.

Carolina-based record label Revival Recordings have signed Veridian.

Hopeless Records have welcomed Florida four-piece Fame On Fire.

Album/EP Releases

August
9th:
The Contortionist – Our Bones EP (Entertainment One / Good Fight Music)
1. Follow
2. Early Grave
3. All Grey
4. 1979

16th:
Killswitch Engage – Atonement (Music For Nations)
1. Unleashed
2. The Signal Fire [featuring Howard Jones]
3. Us Against The World
4. The Crownless King [featuring Chuck Billy]
5. I Am Broken Too
6. As Sure As The Sun Will Rise
7. Know Your Enemy
8. Take Control
9. Ravenous
10. I Can’t Be The Only One
11. Bite The Hand That Feeds

Field Mouse – Meaning (Topshelf Records)
1. Meaning
2. Heart of Gold
3. In Blue
4. Skygazing
5. Black Hole, Son
6. White Elephant
7. Visitors
8. Apocalypse Whenever
9. Birthday Song
10. Plague No. 8
11. Blind Spot

30th:
Hesitation Wounds – Chicanery (Deathwish Inc)
1. Views (Pt. 2)
2. Paragons of Virtue
3. Charlatan Fuck
4. Trending
5. At Our Best When We’re Asleep
6. Hellevangelist
7. Ends (Pt. 3)

September:
13th:
KoRn – The Nothing (Roadrunner Records / Elektra)
1. The End Begins
2. Cold
3. You’ll Never Find Me
4. The Darkness is Revealing
5. Idiosyncrasy
6. The Seduction Of Indulgence
7. Finally Free
8. Can You Hear Me
9. The Ringmaster
10. Gravity Of Discomfort
11. [email protected]
12. This Loss
13. Surrender To Failure

Betraying The Martyrs – Rapture (Sumerian Records)
1. Ignite
2. Eternal Machine
3. Down
4. The Iron Gates
5. Parasite
6. The Sound of Letting You Go
7. The Swarm
8. Monster
9. Imagine
10. Incarcerated
11. Rapture

Kris Barras Band – Light It Up (Provogue/Mascot Label Group)
1. What You Get
2. Broken Teeth
3. Vegas Son
4. Ignite (Light It Up)
5. 6am
6. Rain
7. Counterfeit People
8. Let The River Run
9. Bullet
10. Wound Up
11. What A Way To Go
12. Not Fading
13. Pride Is Forever

October:
11th
BabyMetal – Metal Galaxy

25th:
Alcest – Spiritual Instinct (Nuclear Blast)

Festival News

Alcest, A Pale Horse Named Death, Raging Speedhorn, and Mork have been added to this year’s Damnation Festival. It will take place at Leeds University Union on Saturday, November 2nd.

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