After a short festive breakaway, ‘In Case You Missed It’ is back with a rundown of what you have missed in the music world over the past two weeks. ‘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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Corey Taylor – Live In London
Panic! At The Disco – Feels Like Christmas
Black Veil Brides – The Last One
Cane Hill – 10 Cents
Great Collapse – Meltdown!
Homebound – Bound to Be
Best Ex – Last Christmas
Tribulation – Lady Death
Long Neck – Elizabeth
Deadly Circus Fire – Ghost
Dashboard Confessional – We Fight
Five Finger Death Punch – Gone Away
Machine Head – Ten Ton Hammer (live)
36 Crazyfists – Wars To Walk Away From
Issues – Hero
Feed The Rhino – Timewave Zero
Funeral Shakes – Lightning
Club Night – Shear
Kermes – The Argonauts
Stereo Satellite – Glass Houses
Arch Echo – My Head Sometimes
Cancer Bats have announced three shows at The Underworld in Camden, London. The shows on April 26th and 27th will see them perform ‘Hail Destroyer’ in full.
25th The Underworld Camden, London
26th The Underworld Camden, London (Sold Out)
27th The Underworld Camden, London (Sold Out)
Of Mice & Men have announced they will be returning to the UK for a headline run in April. They’ll be joined by Wage War and Sylar.
21 Academy, Bristol
22 ABC, Glasgow
23 Ritz, Manchester
25 Institute, Birmingham
26 UEA, Norwich
27 Koko, London
All Time Low have announced they will be playing two sets on their forthcoming UK arena tour. In addition to playing their ‘Young Renegades’ setlist, they will also be celebrating the 10th anniversary of ‘So Wrong, It’s Right’ by playing the album in full.
12 SECC, Glasgow
14 Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
15 Genting Arena, Birmingham
16 Arena, Manchester
17 Alexandra Palace, London
Machine Head have added a second date at Manchester Academy to their May UK tour.
Sun 13th Guildhall, Southampton
Mon 14th University, Cardiff
Tue 15th O2 Academy, Bristol
Thu 17th O2 Academy, Birmingham
Fri 18th Roundhouse, London
Sat 19th Roundhouse, London
Mon 21st Rock City, Nottingham
Tue 22nd O2 Academy, Newcastle
Wed 23rd O2 Academy, Glasgow
Fri 25th Academy, Manchester
Sat 26th Academy, Manchester* (Extra Show)
Holding Absence and Loathe have revealed the supports for each date of their forthcoming UK headline tour. Lifetight, Catch Fire, Divide, Parting Gift and Modern Erro are amongst the names joining them on select dates.
28 Thekla, Bristol (w/ Phoxjaw & Winchester)
01 Star and Garter, Manchester (w/ Sleep Token)
02 Audio, Glasgow (w/ DIVIDE & Rainfalls)
03 Think Tank, Newcastle (w/ Modern Error & Lifetight)
04 Key Club, Leeds (w/ God Complex & Parting Gift)
06 Bodega, Nottingham (w/ Modern Error & Catch Fire)
07 Asylum, Birmingham (w/ Modern Error & Lifetight)
08 Boston Music Room, London (w/ Sleep Token)
09 The Anvil, Bournemouth (w/ I The Mapmaker & Modern Error)
10 Hobos, Bridgend (w/ Parting Gift & Modern Error
SikTh will follow up their recent UK tour with three intimate shows in February. Shows in Carlisle and Milton Keynes will be part of Independent Music Venue Week, before returning to an old haunt Tunbridge Wells.
02 The Brickyard, Carlisle
03 The Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
22 The Forum, Tunbridge Wells
mewithoutYou have announced a two headline shows as part of their visit to the UK next month supporting Paramore. It will see the Philadelphian band celebrate the 15th anniversary of ’[A→B] Life’ The shows will take place at the Old Blue Last, London on Wednesday, January 10th and Monday, January 15th.
Monster Magnet will support the release of their new album, ‘Mindfucker’, with a run of shows in the UK and Ireland next spring.
31 Gorilla, Manchester
01 The Garage, Glasgow
02 Limelight, Belfast
03 The Tivoli, Dublin
French punk quartet Quitters will be teaming up with Bristol melodic punks The Run Up for a UK tour next month. Shows on January 19th and 22nd are still available.
20 Winchester Gate, Salisbury
21 The Exchange, Bristol
23 Atomic, Wrexham
24 Actress & Bishop, Birmingham
25 Windmill, Brixton
26 Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton**
**The Run Up only
Kill The Ideal have announced a UK tour co-headlining shows with Echoic and All Ears Avow.
1 Subside, Birmingham*
2 The Bobbin, Lancaster*
3 Level 3, Swindon*
4 The Exchange, Bristol*
10 Winchester Gate, Salisbury**
**with All Ears Avow
In The News
Zoax have announced they have split up.
Glassjaw have postponed the physical release of their long-awaited third album, ‘Material Control’. It was originally planned for December 22nd, will now be postponed to early 2018.
Arch Enemy will release a deluxe vinyl box set including all ten studio albums and a bonus Gatefold 2LP featuring covers and bonus tracks recorded between 1996 and 2017 on February 16th.
French metalcore outfit Out Of My Eyes have detailed their new album. ‘Concept’ will be released on January 19th on Imminence Records.
4. OG Gold
5. Pigs Never Die
6. Addictions (Turfu)
Zebrahead have been added to the Slam Dunk Festival lineup.
The penultimate announcement for the Manchester Punk Festival has been made. It sees names such as The Copyrights, The Restarts, The Spook School, Ducking Punches, Tellison, and Lucinda Livingstone (Kamikaze Girls) joining the bill. Other names announced today are The Baby Seals, Revenge of the Psychotronic Man, Holiday, HOOF, Start At Zero, SPEEDOZER, Casual Nausea and Milli Manders. The Manchester Punk Festival takes place across several venues from April 19th – 21st.
Nervus have cancelled their appearances at Manchester Punk Festival and Washed Out Festival in Brighton in April due to personal reasons.