Released This Week (18/11/2016)

If you’ve not noticed, there’s a new Metallica album out today. However, there are other notable releases out today. Lamb of God release a new EP called ‘The Duke’. Whilse Enter Shikari celebrate their UK tour from earlier this year with ‘Live at Alexandra Palace’.

Elsewhere, My Chemical Romance’s Ray Toro shares his solo debut in the form of ‘Remember The Laughter’. There’s also Craig Owens’ latest project badXchannels, feminist post-hardcore quartet Petrol Girl’s debut album, ‘Talk of Violence’ and new releases from Protest The Hero, Good Friend, Bright Green, Ion Dissonance and more.


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Metallica – Hardwired…To Self-Destruct (★★★★ Review/‘Starter Pack’ Feature/Stream)
Lamb of God – The Duke EP
Enter Shikari – Live at Alexandra Palace (★★★.5 Review)
Ray Toro – Remember The Laughter (★★★.5 Review)
Protest The Hero – Pacific Myth EP (Stream)
Petrol Girls – Talk of Violence (Stream)
Ion Dissonance – Cast The First Stone (★★★ Review/Stream)
badXchannels – WHYDFML
Andrew Paley – Sirens (Stream)
Don’t Worry – Bane of My Lifestyle EP
Rootwork – Some Of Us May Never Bloom (Stream)
Tyler Daniel Bean – On Days Soon To Pass (★★★ Review/Stream)
Bear Hands – You’ll Pay For This
Hieroglyph – Ouroboros (Stream)
Westing – Rough Year (Stream)
Dead Frequency – Tough Tracks & Setbacks EP
Bright Green – The Highs Are Getting Lower
SEASONS – What Goes Around EP
Good Friend – Ride The Storm
A Sense of Gravity – Atrament (Stream)

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