Weekly US News Round-Up (10/3/2012)

Even though we love our Stateside friends, our main goal here at Already Heard to showcase and highlight the best in established and emerging UK bands.

As a result of this, each week we will be bringi you a concise round-up of news from America.

Nevertheless we will continue to work with bands from overseas in a variety of other ways; reviews, interviews, live photos, acoustic sessions, features and more.

If you have any news to contribute to future US News Round-Up’s, e-mail us at [email protected].

All Time Low will release their new album, ‘Don’t Panic’ on October 9th through Hopeless Records.

Yellowcard’s new album, ‘Southern Air’ can be streamed here.

The music video for ‘King For A Day’ by Pierce The Veil featuring Sleeping With Sirens’ Kellin Quinn has been released.

Restorations has signed with Side One Dummy.

A new song from State Champs, ‘Remedy’ can be streamed here. ‘Overslept’ is released on September 11th via Pure Noise Records.

Strike Anywhere have premièred a track called ‘Extinguish’ here, and is taken from their forthcoming live record ‘In Defiance of Empty Times,’ will be available on August 28th via Bridge Nine.

Such Gold are streaming their new album, ‘Misadventures.’

Transit’s music video for ‘Skipping Stone’ can be seen here.

The American Scene’s new album ‘Safe For Now’ can be streamed here and is available now on Pure Noise Records.

Night Verses released a video for ‘Be Happy With Yourself, I’m Staying Here In Hell.’

Bomb The Music Industry! will be splitting up after their forthcoming US tour. A message from the band, as well as a new song entitled ’80′s Through The 50′s’  can be found here.

Fireworks are currently writing new music.

Victory Records has signed St. Louis metalcore outfit Tear Out the Heart.

Incubus’ Brandon Boyd stated the band would be going on hiatus after their forthcoming US tour, however the bands manager Steve Rennie said reports have been blown out or proportion but the band would be taking a rest after the tour.

Set Your Goals will be recording their new album with Chad Gilbert this winter.

Forever Young have signed with Broken Rim Records who will release their debut full-length, ‘Out On A Limb’ on October 2nd. 

Take One Car have released their new music video for ‘I Know Why You Went Into The Woods’.

Deep Elm Records have signed The Dandelion War. A new album called ‘We Were Always Loyal To Lost Causes’ will be released on September 12th.

Forever The Sickest Kids are rumoured to have signed to Fearless Records.

A Lot Like Birds have signed to Equal Vision Records.

San Diego, CA’s Being As An Ocean will be releasing their debut full-length record ‘Dear G-d…’ on October 23 via InVogue Records.

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