Released This Week (20/10/2017)

Another Friday, another busy round of releases. This week’s list of new music is a mixed bag of heavy and reflective albums. On the metal side of things, there is Trivium’s eighth album, ‘The Sin and The Sentence’. While We Came As Romans return with ‘Cold Like War’ and Slipknot give their ‘Day of the Gusano’ documentary a retail release.

For those wanting something a little lighter, the likes of Quiet Slang (aka Beach Slang), Kevin Devine, and And So I Watch You From Afar deliver new music today.

In addition, there are notable new releases from Movements, Hodera, Nordic Giants, Muskets and Cursed Earth.

Trivium – The Sin and The Sentence
We Came As Romans – Cold Like War (★★.5 Review)
Slipknot – Day of the Gusano
And So I Watch You From Afar – The Endless Shimmering (Stream)
Beach Slang – We Were Babies & We Were Dirtbags
Kevin Devine – We Are Who We’ve Always Been
I The Mighty – Where the Mind Wants to Go / Where You Let it Go
Movements – Feel Something (“Fives” feature)
Veil Of Maya – False Idol
Hodera – First Things First (Stream)
Nordic Giants – Amplify Human Vibration (Stream)
Cursed Earth – Cycles Of Grief: The Complete Collection
Muskets – Chew (Stream)
Makthaverskan – III (Stream)
Floral Print – Mirror Stages (Stream)
Then Comes Silence – Blood
Lullaby – Never Let The Devil In EP
The By Gods – Move On
Noija – Colorblind
Rival Town – Make It Work EP (Stream)
Crimson Star – Bay View EP

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

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