Released This Week (07/04/2017)

As we said in our “Incoming” feature earlier this week, today is bursting with new releases. It’s difficult where to start. Nevertheless, The Maine, The Smith Street Band, The Flatliners, Deez Nuts and Falling In Reverse all make their return with new full-lengths.

Converge founder Jacob Bannon unleashes his Lo-fi solo recordings, under the moniker of Wear Your Wounds. While, Blood Youth and Diet Cig release highly anticipated debut albums. There’s also notable releases from Cassels, Super American, K.Flay, sleepmakeswaves and more.


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The Maine – Lovely, Little, Lonely
The Smith Street Band – More Scared of You Than You Are of Me
The Flatliners – Inviting Light (★★★.5 Review/Stream)
Blood Youth – Beyond Repair (★★★.5 Review/Stream)
Wear Your Wounds – WYW (Stream)
Falling In Reverse – Coming Home
Deez Nuts – Binge & Purgatory (★★★★ Review)
Royal Thunder – WICK
K.Flay – Every Where Is Some Where
Me First and the Gimme Gimmes – Rake It In: The Greatestest Hits (Stream)
Diet Cig – Swear I’m Good At This (★★★★ Review/Stream)
Leav/e/arth – A Perfect Disarray
Cassels – Foreword (Stream)
Super American – Disposable (Stream)
Bear – /// (★★★★ Review/Stream)
Charlatan – Remarkable (★★★★ Review/‘The Sick Nasty’ Video Premiere/Stream)
sleepmakeswaves – Made of Breath Only (★★★★.5 Review/Stream)
Brightlight City – Our Future’s Not Dead EP (Review)
Loose Tooth – Big Day (Stream)
Whips – The Ride (★★★.5 Review)
Throwing Stuff – Fit, Fine & Well (Stream)
ANewRage – Life-Related Symptoms (‘The Place We Call Home’ Feature)
Ben Marwood – Get Found
Happyness – Write In (Stream)
Tom Lumley – Dream City EP (Stream)
Hellbound Hearts – Film Noir

What releases are you looking forward to hearing? Let us know in the comments.

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