WTF Did I Miss This Week? #52 (w/c 02/10/17)

I’m still back in Swindon, but I’m heading back to Hatfield tomorrow. It’s been a weird couple of days. My boyfriend’s now on another continent, my mum’s still in hospital, and I’ve been trying to keep up with all of my uni work. At least the year can’t get harder than this (…can it?).

The publishing world: 

Ready for more new releases?:

There were also a couple of impressive cover reveals:

In other news:

The music industry:

A couple of new releases:

Are you ready to rock out to this new music?:

I The Mighty gave us directions to ‘Where The Mind Wants To Go’:

Pink‘s new song can be described as ‘Whatever You Want’:

While HAIM just want a ‘Little of Your Love’:

Also this week, there were new releases from Code Orange, Linkin Park, Thy Art Is Murder, Woes, Obey The Brave, August Burns Red, Knuckle Puck, Anti-Flag, Weezer and Chase Atlantic.

Now, we resume the regularly scheduled programming, with some album announcements:

  • Sam Smith revealed that his next album, ‘The Thrill of it All’, is being released on November 3rd.
  • Dead! finally announced their full-length debut album. ‘The Golden Age of Not Even Trying’ is being released on January 26th.

A few tour announcements:

  • Dance Gavin Dance are playing ‘Mothership’ in full during their December US tour.
  • Throughout December, ROAM are headlining shows across the UK.
  • Every Time I Die have announced a Christmas extravaganza/mini festival, taking place in New York on December 16th.
  • Throughout January and February, Avenged Sevenfold are playing shows across America. Support comes from Bullet For My Valentine and Breaking Benjamin.
  • Also in January and February, Enter Shikari are heading to the States to play headline shows.
  • Thirty Seconds To Mars announced UK and European shows in support of their still unannounced fifth album. You can catch the trio between March and May.

And some other news, too:

I’ll see you next week for another installment of WTF Did I Miss This Week?!