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Here’s a list of major new releases for the week of July 20, 2018.  Please feel free to request reviews for any of the following albums from staff or contributors.  As our staff post reviews of these albums, links will appear below the artwork (if we remember…) so that you can read about the release, see how we scored it, and more.


Featured Release

Take Me To The Disco

Meg Myers: Take Me to the Disco
Genre: Indie-Pop/Alternative Rock/Indie-Rock
Label: 300 Entertainment

Myers crashed 2015 as one of the best up-and-coming female rockers, jolting listeners to attention with her powerful vocals.  Singles such as ‘Sorry’ and ‘Desire’ brought her a great deal of exposure, and now she is looking to capitalize on that early success with Take Me to the Disco.  She has a lot to live up to on her sophomore release, and not all of the singles released to-date have convinced eager fans, but it would be unwise to sleep on a record whose creator has such a raw, obvious skill set.  Listen to one of Take Me to the Disco‘s singles, ‘Numb’, below:


– List of Releases: July 20, 2018 –

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Distorted Harmony: A Way Out
Genre: Progressive Metal/Rock
Label: n/a

Epica vs. Attack on Titan Songs

Epica: Epica vs. Attack on Titan
Genre: Power Metal/Gothic/Death Metal
Label: Nuclear Blast

Semblance

Forma: Semblance
Genre: Pop/Ambient/Electronic
Label: kranky

Hive Mind [Explicit]

The Internet: Hive Mind
Genre: Soul/R&B/Hip Hop
Label: Columbia

Take Me To The Disco

Meg Myers: Take Me to the Disco
Genre: Indie-Pop/Alternative Rock/Indie-Rock
Label: 300 Entertainment

TRU

Ovlov: Tru
Genre: Emo/Alternative Rock/Shoegaze
Label: Exploding In Sound

Across The Meridian

Pram: Across The Meridian
Genre: Dream Pop/Psychedelic/Alternative Rock
Label: Domino Recording Co

All Ashore

Punch Brothers: All Ashore
Genre: Folk/Bluegrass/Experimental
Label: Nonesuch

Dictator [Explicit]

Scars On Broadway: Dictator
Genre: Metal/Alternative Rock
Label: Scarred for Life

Devouring Radiant Light

Skeletonwitch: Devouring Radiant Light
Genre: Thrash Metal/Black Metal/Melodic Death Metal
Label: Prosthetic Records

Stream Devouring Radiant Light here.

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Spaceslug: Eye The Tide
Genre: Doom Metal/Stoner Rock
Label: Oak Island Records/BSFD records

Joy

Ty Segall and White Fence: Joy
Genre: Psychedelic/Alternative Rock/Lo-Fi
Label: Drag City

Yolk in the Fur

Wild Pink: Yolk in the Fur
Genre: Indie-Rock
Label: Tiny Engines


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SowingSeason
07.16.18
A pretty short list this week, let me know if there's anything major missing.

Toondude10
07.16.18
new album by The Agony Scene should be out this week too

Dewinged
07.16.18
Wow this one came early! Apart from Myers and Skeletonwitch, slow week for me.

Divaman
07.16.18
Interested in both the Myers and the Epica albums.

DoofDoof
07.16.18
Myers looks 40% less hot than on the previous album sleeve - predicting a similar drop in her average sput rating

0xME
07.16.18
damn, talk about early! I might check out Spaceslug, but seems like that is gonna be it

SandwichBubble
07.16.18
I forgot there's a new Pram album coming out. No idea if it'll be good or not, since the track they released wasn't great



bgillesp
07.17.18
Khorada has one but idk if that's "major"

bgillesp
07.17.18
Khôrada to be exact. Ex-Agalloch members in there

zzf1918
07.18.18
Same with Khorada, their singles were fantastic

Flugmorph
07.19.18
miss the days when i and epica weren't cynics and i could still enjoy their music

rabidfish
07.19.18
the singles leading to the new SW were pretty neat, hope it's dope.

henryChinaski
07.20.18
Hm that Meg Myers single is pretty great. Gonna check out that album.

someguest
07.21.18
Ty Segall really pumps out the records.

Voivod
07.21.18
List desperately needs debut God Alone album.

Heavy Metal (single) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohj-CbJKy8g

DoofDoof
07.21.18
Told y'all - less hot album cover and the new Meg Myers is rocking a 2.8 average.

0.8 down on the previous album and can see it falling further

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