In Case You Missed It (31/03/2019)

In Case You Missed It (31/03/2019)

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
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Tour News
Machine Head (‘Burn My Eyes’ 25th Anniversary tour)
November
2nd O2 Academy Brixton, London
4th O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
5th O2 Academy, Glasgow
7th Telegraph Building, Belfast
8th Olympia Theatre, Dublin

Fever 333
June
17th Cathouse, Glasgow
18th Electric Ballroom, London

Modern Error and Lotus Eater
June
2nd Anvil, Bournemouth
3rd Exchange, Bristol
4th Underground, Stoke
5th Record Junkee, Sheffield
6th Level III, Swindon
7th Esquires, Bedford
8th Shed, Leicester
9th Elsewhere, Margate

Knocked Loose
May
24th O2 Academy Islington, London

Bad Wolves
June
12th The Garage, London
13th Academy 3, Manchester

Perry Farrell
July
24th The Box, London
26th The Box, London
27th The Box, London

Ithaca with Leeched
May
28th The Victoria, Birmingham
29th Garage Attic, Glasgow
30th Star & Garter, Manchester
June
1st The Anvil, Bournemouth
2nd Fuel, Cardiff

Static-X with SOiL, Wednesday 13 and Dope
(‘Wisconsin Death Trip 20th Anniversary’)
September
24th SWX, Bristol
25th Tramshed, Cardiff
26th Electric Ballroom, London
27th Rock City, Nottingham
28th Stylus, Leeds
29th Engine Rooms, Southampton
October
1st Northumbria Institute, Newcastle
2nd Garage, Glasgow
3rd The Ritz, Manchester
4th O2 Institute, Birmingham

Rivers of Nihil with Møl, Black Crown Initiate and Orbit Culture
September
29th Mama Roux, Birmingham
30th The Fleece, Bristol
October
1st Rebellion, Manchester
2nd The Dome, London

The Kris Barras Band
October
10th Live Rooms, Chester
11th Arlington Arts, Newbury
13th Fleece, Bristol
15th Robin, Bilston
16th 1865, Southampton
17th Exeter Phoenix
18th O2 Academy Islington, London
23rd Oran-Mor, Glasgow
24th Arc, Stockton
25th Academy, Manchester
27th Fibbers, York

Skunk Anansie with Queen Zee
August
16th Beautiful Days Festival, Devon (headline)
17th O2 Academy Brixton, London (sold out)
18th Academy, Manchester (sold out)
19th O2 Academy, Bristol (sold out)
25th Camper Calling Festival, Warwickshire (headline)
26th Brighton Centre, Brighton
27th O2 Academy, Bournemouth
28th Corn Exchange, Cambridge
30th O2 Academy, Leeds
31st O2 Academy, Glasgow
September
1st O2 Academy, Newcastle
3rd Rock City, Nottingham
4th Cardiff University, Cardiff

Crobot with Wolf Jaw
July
20th Waterfront Studio, Norwich
21st Ramblin Man Fair, Kent
23rd Rebellion, Manchester
24th Waterloo Bar, Blackpool
25th Institute 2, Birmingham
26th Underworld, London
27th Steelhouse Festival, Ebbw Vale, Gwent
28th Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes

Brothers Osborne
June
14th O2 Academy Islington, London

Flor
May
2th Deaf Institute, Manchester
3rd Academy 2, Dublin
4th Liverpool Sound City, Liverpool
5th Hit The North Festival, Newcastle
7th King Tuts, Glasgow
8th Key Club, Leeds
9th Dingwalls, London
12th Exchange, Bristol

In The News

Indie rockers Racquet Band have announced they have broke up. The band, which includes members of Samiam, Knapsack, and The Jealous Sound, released their self-titled album in 2017 on Rise.

Post-hardcore band Limbs have welcomed Austin McAuley as their new vocalist. The news follows the recent departure of Chris Costanza.

Holy Fawn have signed with Triple Crown Records.

Cardiff pop-punk/emo group These Five Years have joined Stereo Brain Records.

Portland quartet Summer Cannibals have joined Tiny Engines.

Album/EP Releases

May:
3rd:
Beezewax – Peace Jazz (Sellout! Music)

10th:
The Omnific – The Mind’s Eye EP

17th:
Rammstein – Rammstein (UME/Spinefarm)
1. Deutschland
2. +adi+
3. ++++ dich
4. a+s+ä+d+r
5. ++x
6. p+pp+
7. +as +ch ++e++
8. +ia+an+
9. we++ we+
10. +a++oo
11. +all++ann

Interpol – A Fine Mess EP (Matador Records)
1. Fine Mess

2. No Big Deal

3. Real Life

4. The Weekend

5. Thrones

24th:
Siamese – Super Human (Long Branch Records)

OHNOVA – I Can’t Sleep EP

31st:
Pleiades – All At Your Mercy (AWAL)

June:
7th:
Dinosaur Pile-Up – Celebrity Mansions (Parlophone Records)
1. Thrash Metal Cassette
2. Back Foot
3. Stupid Heavy Metal Broken Hearted Loser Punk
4. Celebrity Mansions
5. Round The Bend
6. Pouring Gasoline
7. Black Limousine
8. K West
9. Professional Freak
10. Long Way Down

allusinlove – It’s OK To Talk (Good Soldier Songs)
1. Full Circle
2. All My Love
3. Lucky You
4. Sunset Yellow
5. All Good People
6. Bad Girls
7. Lover I Need A Friend
8. I’m Your Man
9. Happy Eyes
10. It’s OK To Talk
11. The Deepest

Perry Farrell – Kind Heaven (BMG)
1. (red, white, and blue) Cheerfulness
2. Pirate Punk Politician
3. Snakes Have Many Hips
4. Machine Girl
5. One
6. Where Have You Been All My Life
7. More Than I Could Bear
8. Spend The Body
9. Let’s All Pray For This World

MØL – I and II (Holy Roar)
1. Sundrowned
2. Airy
3. Makhachkala
4. Kathexis
5. Atacama
6. Rush

Heavy Rapids – Cash In Hand EP

14th:
All Better – How It All Worked Out EP (Real Ghost Records)

21st:
Sigur Rós – Ágætis byrjun (20th Anniversary Edition) (Krunk Records)

28th:
TheNightTimeProject – Pale Season (Debemur Morti Productions)
1. Hound
2. Rotting Eden
3. Binary
4. Final Light
5. Embers
6. Pale Season
7. Anti Meridian
8. Signals In The Sky
9. Meridian

Festival News

22 more bands have been announced for this summer’s 2000trees Festival:

As It Is, YONAKA, The Skints, Cancer Bats, A, Pulled Apart By Horses, Culture Abuse, The Dangerous Summer, Vukovi, Dune Rats, The Bottom Line, DE STAAT, Show Me The Body, cleopatrick, Free Throw, Le Butcherettes, Wallflower, Modern Error, Slow Crush, Dangerface, False Heads, The Wood Burning Savages and Slingshot Dakota.

Download Festival have announced the entertainment and activities that will be on show throughout the arena and campsite village.

Mclusky will play a rare show as part of the Portals Festival this summer. Other new names announced today are Yorkshire alt/post-rock heroes I Like Trains, Lost In Kiev, Palm Reader, Vodun, Slow Crush, Tellison, itoldyouiwouldeatyou, Jean Jean, You Break, You Buy and Myotopes. The two-day experimental rock festival takes place across three venues (The Dome, Boston Music Room and Aces & Eights) in London on Saturday June 9th and Sunday June 9th.

Krysthla, All Hail The Yeti, Barbarian Hermit, Blind River, Ten Ton Slug, Footprints in the Custard, Countless Skies and Bongcauldron are the latest names to be announced for the Bloodstock Festival.

60 new names have been announced for the Camden Rocks Festival:

The Pigeon Detectives, The Ruts DC, Glamour Of The Kill, Sean McGowan, Luna Bay, Undead Raisins, The Dunts, THE DSM IV, Average Sex, NOVACUB, Lazy Day, Roe, The Famous class, Dead Label, Behind Blue Eyes, Skarlett Riot, Daxx & Roxane, Lost In Stereo, Federal Charm, Ping Ping Warrior, Gaygirl, The London SS, The Cruel Knives, Sugarwolf, Hello Operator, BLESS., Catch Fire, D_Drive, Best of Enemies, Tova, White Eskimo, Novatines, Derrange, Rival Karma, Thousand Thoughts, Laulia, Marty Broke My Heart, Silvercord, The Offdays, Dig Lazarus, Thieves Of Liberty, On Video, Tenyson, The Filty Spectacula, Calico Jack, Seasonal, XII Weeks, Cross Wires, Lara Smiles, Nash Albert, Black Lightning, The Dark Light, The Respites, Maven, Duck Lips, Dutch Mustard, Sugar Horse, Purple Lights, SLEAZE, Snak Dracula, and Drool.

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