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AUGUST BURNS RED – PHANTOM ANTHEM

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Since their formation in 2003, the local upstart from Lancaster, PA has evolved into one of the biggest names worldwide in the modern metal scene, continually growing and connecting fiercely with a colossal legion of fans. The band's impressive resume includes a solid collection of 5 previous albums, ThrillSeeker (2005), Messengers (2007), Constellations (2009), Leveler (2011), Rescue & Restore (2013), and 2015's Found In Far Away Places. The last release also debuted at #4 on the Billboard Top Albums Chart and also earned the band a Grammy nomination for Best Metal Performance. The road to the top has seen the band on stages across the globe to Europe and Australia, to Japan, Russia and South Africa.

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DHANI HARRISON – IN PARALLEL

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New record from Dhani Harrison (thenewno2, Fistful Of Mercy, Georgefest) and the first album released under his name, In///Parallel out October 6th. First single “All About Waiting” to be released on July 21st with a radio campaign to follow. Performing at Panorama festival in New York. Expect late night TV performance for week of release.

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MARILYN MANSON – HEAVEN UPSIDE DOWN

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Heaven Upside Down is Marilyn Manson’s 10th studio album. Produced by Tyler Bates and recorded at Abattoir Studios (Studio City, CA). An album Manson dedicated to his father Hugh Warner, who passed away earlier this summer.  

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BLACK STONE CHERRY – BLACK TO BLUES

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On April 1, 2016 Black Stone Cherry (Chris Robertson - vocals, guitar/ben wells - guitar, vocals/Jonathan Lawhon - bass, vocals/John Fred Young - drums, harmonica, vocals) released their critically acclaimed and commercially successful album ‘Kentucky’. Supported with massive touring throughout the United States, Europe, and Australia, including headlining carnival of madness festival, the album reached new chart positions worldwide for the band. Even with a busy tour schedule, the band found time and inspiration to record ‘Black to Blues,’ a six song covers ep, including classics by legendary blues musicians like Willie Dixon and Booker T. Jones. By channeling their blues roots, these classics get Black Stone Cherry-fied, while still paying homage to the original recordings. ‘Black to Blues’ will be available OCTOBER 6 on Mascot Records..

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WOLF PARADE – CRY CRY CRY

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The indie rock combo Wolf Parade formed in 2003 in Montreal, where the band's first show saw them opening for Arcade Fire. From there, bandmates Dan Boeckner, Spencer Krug, Hadji Bakara, and Arlen Thompson recorded and self‐released a four‐song EP, followed by a six‐song recording in 2004. They eventually gained the attention of songwriter Isaac Brock, who doubled as the frontman of Modest Mouse and an A&R rep for Sub Pop Records. Brock helped the band secure a deal with Sub Pop while serving as a stylistic touchstone for Wolf Parade"s emerging sound, which merged indie rock with post‐punk. In July 2005, the quartet issued a self‐titled EP on the label by way of introduction; the band"s debut full‐length, Apologies to the Queen Mary, followed in September. It was one of the fall"s most anticipated releases, recorded with Brock"s help and released amid a critical flurry for such Canadian bands as Broken Social Scene, the Most Serene ...

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NF – PERCEPTION

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NF – PERCEPTION

NF is back with his third album in three years, Perception. Teaming up with several A‐list songwriters and producers, NF has carefully crafted what is nothing short of a masterpiece. Delivering the same honest lyrical content and emotion that NF has become known for, Perception invites us further into the mind of an artist who is clearly just getting started. Featuring the tracks “One Hundred” (as heard on HBO’s Ballers,) “Outro,” “Green Lights,” and the single “Let You Down.”

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LUCINDA WILLIAMS – THIS SWEET OLD WORLD

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In a rare instance of an artist taking a full-length reconsideration of an earlier work, Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Lucinda Williams will release This Sweet Old World – a complete re-recording of her 1992 album Sweet Old World – via Highway 20/Thirty Tigers on OCT. 6. Produced by Williams and Tom Overby, This Sweet Old World — recorded to mark the 25th anniversary of the original album’s release by Chameleon/Elektra — features all-new renditions of the ’92 set’s 12 songs, some of which have been dramatically rearranged and rewritten. On This Sweet Old World, Williams is supported by her touring and studio band: guitarist Stuart Mathis, bassist David Sutton, and drummer Butch Norton. Longtime collaborator Greg Leisz – who participated in early sessions for the 1992 album, and co-produced Williams’ most recent studio releases, The Ghosts of Highway 20 (2016) and Down Where the Spirit Meets the Bone (2014) – contributes spectacular guitar work. The package is augmented by four newly recorded bonus tracks that harken back to ...

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LIAM GALLAGHER – AS YOU WERE

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As You Were was recorded in two locations. Greg Kurstin performed all of the instruments on the four songs that he produced ("Wall Of Glass," "Paper Crown," "Come Back To Me" and the psychedelic whoosh of "It Doesn't Have To Be That Way"), while Dan Grech-Marguerat produced the remainder of the album at Snap! Studios in London. The result is exactly what you would have hoped a Liam Gallagher solo album would sound like: the passion for the classic 60s/70s influence that he's always had has been updated for the here and now. "I didn't want to be reinventing anything or going off on a space jazz odyssey," says Gallagher. "It's the Lennon ‘Cold Turkey' vibe, The Stones, the classics. But done my way, now."    

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MAX WEBSTER – THE PARTY

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MAX WEBSTER – THE PARTY

ole Label Group / Anthem Legacy will release the definitive 8‐disc vinyl and CD box sets, for Canadian hard rock icons Max Webster. The Party 1976 – 82 includes the entire Max Webster catalogue newly re‐mastered, plus ‘The Bootleg’ featuring exclusive unreleased studio and live songs remixed by Terry Brown and Greg Wells and the long‐out of print Kim Mitchell self‐titled EP. Great focus will be on updating the online footprint for Max Webster. Revamping their current website and establishing other new social media accounts to reach a wider range of audience. A Yoube channel will be created and will host new videos for some of the unreleased songs off The Bootleg and will also be home to other numerous exclusive archival footage and live videos.   Track Listings: Max Webster – Hangover / Here Among The Cats / Blowing The Blues Away / Summer Turning Blue /Toronto Tontos / Coming Off The Moon / Only Your Nose Knows ...

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PRIMUS – THE DESATURATING SEVEN

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Primus has announced their ninth studio album ‘The Desaturating Seven’; out September 29 via ATO Records. This is the first studio album of original material since 1995's Tales From The Punchbowl with the classic Primus line‐up of Les Claypool (vocals, bass), Larry LaLonde (guitar) and Tim Alexander (drums). The Desaturating Seven is inspired by a 1970's children's book Claypool often read to his kids when they were growing up. The book tells a story of seven goblins ‐ one representing each color of the rainbow ‐ who simultaneously pull all of the color out of the world. "Many years ago when my children were little kidlets scurrying around the place wreaking havoc and whatnot till it was time for bed and book time, my wife turned them on to a book called "The Rainbow Goblins" by Ul De Rico," Claypool explained. "The dark imagery and beauty of the art struck me immediately and I thought, 'this would ...

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