|The September Issue|
These are the releases I'm intrigued by (some against my better judgment) in September.
Fire and Ice
WTFuck is up with this album? First it was coming out July, then August, and now it's dropped off the face of the planet. Stop teasing your six or seven fans, Revis!
|2|| ||Blue Sky Black Death|
These guys are always really solid.
Dark is the Way, Light is a Place
I like what I've heard. Hopefully brings a little more of the Cities sound back into things.
Live at Roadburn
It's Neurosis. Yup.
Sounds into Blood into Wine Soundtrack
Puscifer is one of those weird bands where I actually look forward to random remixes. A lot of times, the spaced-out, loopy versions outshine the originals. Also, Maynard's voice.
Eh. Pretty average radio rock, but I'm a sucker for their sound.
A Thousand Suns
Minutes to Midnight was pretty lackluster. To put it nicely. I can't see this being a heckuvalot better, but my nostalgia won't let me abandon these guys completely.
Trying to consolidate all the embarrassing inclusions. I think Elect the Dead is better than it gets credit for. And definitely better than Scars on Broadway. Ugh. Anyways, I guess we'll see.
Alright! Back in non-guilty pleasure territory. It's about time this was reissued. Hundreds of dollars on Amazon.com for a rarities collection is preposterous. Even if it is Porcupine Tree. (By the way, I don't want to say I'm personally responsible for this, BUT...http://www.sputnikmusic.com/list.php?memberid=236581&listid=30787. Just throwing that out there. A-cough. A-cough.)
Live at the Royal Albert Hall
I don't know about anyone else, but I think the cover art for this is hilarious.
Could be cool?
Could be cool? (2)
Looks to be a pretty well-assembled compilation. Which is good, since I wore out my copies of Superunknown, Badmotorfinger, and A-Sides years ago.
|14|| ||Jimmy Eat World|
Never got Chase This Light, but for some reason I'm pretty excited for this. Clarity-Bleed American-Futures is still an amazing trifecta of albums.
|15|| ||Ben Folds|
Ben Folds + Nick Hornby = YES!
|16|| ||It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia|
The perfect show for when I just want to kick back and drink my Wine in a Can.