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Black Mountain announce new album, Destroyer, share “Future Shade”: Stream

Space rock is alive and well thanks to Black Mountain, who are gearing up to release their first album in three years. Their fifth studio effort is titled Destroyer and due out May 24th through Jagjaguwar. The IV follow-up finds the Canadian outfit channeling the exhilarating, thrill-seeking spirit often associated with adolescence. Frontman Stephen McBean

Bruce Hornsby announces new album, Absolute Zero, shares “Voyager One”: Stream

The great Bruce Hornsby will return with his star-studded studio album, Absolute Zero, on April 12th. The follow-up to 2016’s Rehab Reunion features a number of contributions from Justin Vernon, Sean Carey, Blake Mills, yMusic, and many more. Co-produced by Vernon, Tony Berg, and Brad Cook, the album was influenced by Hornsby’s work with 2018

Offset finally releases debut solo album, Father of 4: Stream

Offset today joins his Migos companions by finally dropping his own solo record. Entitled Father of 4, the 16-track LP can be streamed below via Apple Music and Spotify. On Father of 4, Offset is joined by several big-name collaborators, including his wife, Cardi B, as well as Travis Scott and 21 Savage (who both appear

Album Review: Overkill Continue Winning Streak with The Wings of War

The Lowdown: New Jersey’s premiere thrash metal outfit Overkill don’t mess with their sound much. Like a prehistoric crocodile, they’re evolutionarily perfect in every era because they only do a handful of things but do so with tactical precision. They thrash, they bash, then they exit without a fuss. It’s no surprise, then, that their

Ryan Adams’ Big Colors album release canceled amid sexual abuse allegations

Trouble ensues for Ryan Adams. Amidst recent reports of alleged sexual abuse, the singer-songwriter’s forthcoming studio album, Big Colors, has been shelved. The album, the first of three proposed for 2019, had been slated for an April 19th release via his own label Pax-Am. As The Hollywood Reporter points out, retailers are currently offering money

Album Review: Mercury Rev Shine a Welcome Light on Bobbie Gentry’s The Delta Sweete Revisited

The Lowdown: Mercury Rev have played gently with other people’s material before, picking material from the likes of John Lennon, David Bowie, and Nico that best suited their blissed-out psychedelics. Working with a full album originally recorded by Bobbie Gentry is another matter entirely. While they wisely left the wispy voice of frontman Jonathan Donahue

Hellyeah share song snippet from upcoming album featuring late Vinnie Paul: Stream

If you’ve been wondering what to expect from Hellyeah’s new album, the band has just released a snippet of new music from the upcoming set. The disc will likely mark the band’s final collection of music with the late Vinnie Paul, who had recorded drums for the album prior to his death. Hellyeah shared a