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Notable New Releases – September 13, 2019

Notable New Releases – September 13, 2019

NEW ALBUMS

COLD – THE THINGS WE CAN’T STOP

Florida’s COLD have returned with their sixth album, The Things We Can’t Stop.

According to singer Scooter Ward said of the single “Shine”:

It’s about dealing with physical abuse at home and becoming triumphant over bullying. I faced bullying throughout my early formative years. I’m hoping it helps someone feel not so alone if they’re going through it right now.


ALICE COOPER – BREADCRUMBS EP

Alice Cooper‘s new EP, Breadcrumbs, features covers of artists from his hometown of Detroit.

Check out his cover of classic rock legend Bob Seger‘s “East Side Story”


GOO GOO DOLLS – MIRACLE PILL

With album #12 (Miracle Pill), Goo Goo Dolls have released 6 albums this millennium and 6 in the previous millennium.


KORN – THE NOTHING

Korn have just delivered one of their strongest albums in recent memory. The Nothing is as heavy, lyrically, as we’ve come to expect, even revisiting topics like those addressed in 1994’s “Daddy”.

The heavy subject matter shouldn’t come as a surprise, considering past albums and the fact that Jonathan Davis dealt with the deaths of his mother and his ex-wife in 2018


KXM – CIRCLE OF DOLLS

KXM is a “supergroup” of sorts. A trio featuring members of Korn (K), King’s X (X) and Lynch Mob (M).

Circle of Dolls is their third album since the band formed in 2013.


MIKE PATTON & JEAN-CLAUDE VANNIER – CORPSE FLOWER

The wildly prolific Mike Patton (Faith No More/Mr. Bungle) has teamed up with French composer Jean-Claude Vannier for an intercontinental collaboration that is a beautiful, mellow, late night/after album which also contains plenty of Patton’s signature humor.


PIXIES – BENEATH THE EYRIE

Beneath the Eyrie is the seventh album from Pixies. It’s their third album since reuniting, and is their second with new bassist Paz Lenchantin (A Perfect Circle).


PUDDLE OF MUDD – WELCOME TO GALVANIA

Welcome to Galvania is Puddle of Mudd‘s first album of all new material since 2009’s Volume 4: Songs in the Key of Love & Hate. They did, however, release the covers album, Re:(disc)overed in 2011.


STARSET – DIVISIONS

Is it emo? Prog-rock? Space-rock? All of it and a it more?

Starset have one of the most visually stimulating live performances you’ll see. They just released their third album, Divisions, and you’ll be able to see their live show (or “demonstration”) at Varsity Theater on October 20.


CHELSEA WOLFE – BIRTH OF VIOLENCE

Chelsea Wolfe has dipped her toe into several different genres since her solo debut in 2010. She’s done indie folk, experimental rock, goth rock, and even tried her hand at sludge/doom metal on 2017’s Hiss Spun.

Today, she releases Birth of Violence, a beautiful album containing the gorgeous lead single, “The Mother Road”.


SINGLES

ALL THAT REMAINS – JUST TELL ME SOMETHING (feat. ASKING ALEXANDRIA’S DANNY WORSNOP)

Nearly a year after the release of Victim of the New Disease, All that Remains have released the album’s fourth single and official music video featuring Danny Worsnop of Asking Alexandria.


ALTER BRIDGE – IN THE DEEP

Just a over a month away from Alter Bridge‘s sixth studio album, Walk the Sky. This week, they released new single and video, “In the Deep”


GHOST – KISS THE GO-GOAT and MARY ON A CROSS

Ghost have released a new double single or EP (whatever you want to call it) entitled Seven Inches of Satanic Panic.

Both of the new songs be heard below. Physical copies of the single/EP will be released on September 27.


GREEN DAY – FATHER OF ALL…

In addition to announcing the Hella Mega Tour with Weezer and Fall Out Boy, Green Day announced a new album and the title track, “Father of All…”

Father of All… will be released on February 7