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CHELSEA GRIN – ETERNAL NIGHTMARE

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Chelsea Grin have become a staple in the deathcore community. They’ve had over 250,000 albums consumed to date in the US alone, and have traveled the world over with the likes of Motionless In White, The Amity Affliction, Suicide Silence and more. With four full-length albums and 2 EPs under their belts, the band are ready to jump to the next level with their new, highly anticipated album, “Eternal Nightmare”. "Eternal Nightmare" is some of Chelsea Grin’s strongest work to date. Known for their technicality and brutal lyrics, “Eternal Nightmare” packs a punch and is sure to be exactly what fans have been waiting for and more. This is the band's first release with vocalist Tom Barber of Lorna Shore. Chelsea Grin will support this release by appearing on the 2018 Vans Warped Tour as well as a headline run. 

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RAFFI – DOG ON THE FLOOR

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RAFFI – DOG ON THE FLOOR

As the world's best‐selling children's entertainer, pioneering troubadour Raffi has spent more than four decades delighting successive generations of kids—and their parents—with his playful, exuberant personality and his irresistibly infectious songs. Raffi's newest release, Dog on the Floor, is his 25th album. The 15 songs embody the qualities of fun, imagination and learning that have always animated Raffi's songs. His material encompasses playtime ("Play Play Play"), acceptance ("The Way It Goes") and the nurturing roles of family and society ("Love Grows Love," "Take A Breath" and "It Takes A Village"). Dog on the Floor also reflects Raffi's abiding love and respect for animals, in such songs as "Listen to the Horses," "Dragonfly" and an updated version of the classic "Mary Had A Little Lamb." Other highlights include a memorable interpretation of the Beatles' "Here Comes the Sun," and no less than three songs inspired by Raffi's new puppy Luna: the title track, "Walking My Dog" and the self‐explanatory "Luna's Song." 

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BOZ SCAGGS – OUT OF THE BLUES

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The self‐produced Out Of The Blues finds national treasure Boz Scaggs applying his iconic voice and gritty guitar skills to a set of vintage classics as well as four originals. For the occasion, the legendary singer/songwriter/guitarist assembled a starstudded studio band including such prestigious players as guitarists Doyle Bramhall II, Ray Parker Jr. and Charlie Sexton, bassist Willie Weeks, drummer Jim Keltner and keyboardist Jim Cox, as well as longtime friend Jack Walroth on guitar, harmonica and percussion. “The idea of this album was to explore that Southwest aspect of music that I loved, as well as some Chicago‐style things. The blues takes a lot of forms, so I used a lot of different periods of my blues learning, and the way that the blues expanded into R&B." – Boz Scaggs 

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POWERWOLF – THE SACRAMENT OF SIN

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Germany`s most successful metal band is back! After spilling gallons of blood and fighting tirelessly, after only two albums with Napalm Powerwolf shot straight to the pole position of the official German album charts (and another album made it into the top three!). After selling out venue after venue and thrilling bigger and bigger hordes of fans, the time is right for a new chapter: The Sacrament Of Sin which offers a dozen metal psalms forged for all eternity! Powerwolf entered Fascination Street Studios in Örebrö, Sweden starting in January 2018 to work on their seventh manifesto together with renowned producer Jens Bogren (Opeth, Arch Enemy, Amon Amarth). The result is brimming with the Germans` trademark sound, and yet the band have recorded their boldest and most adventurous album to date! ‘Where the wild wolves have gone‘ even marks the first ballad in Powerwolf history – whereas ‘Nightside of Siberia‘ does the exact opposite and turns out to be one ...

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KANYE WEST – YE

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KANYE WEST – YE

Kanye doesn’t shy away from darkness or drama on his eighth solo album, written and recorded while holed up with an extended circle of friends and collaborators amid the snowcapped mountains encircling Jackson Hole, Wyoming. As expected, he mentions recent controversies—including that notorious “slavery was a choice” comment—and possibly sparks some new ones, name-dropping the #MeToo movement and Stormy Daniels. Even those headline-grabbing asides, however, don't overshadow what are arguably the most candid lyrics of Kanye's career. His mental health is a constant theme: Kanye confesses to suicidal and homicidal thoughts within the album’s opening minute, then admits he’s bipolar on “Yikes”—but proclaims the condition is “my super-power…ain’t no disability." He praises wife Kim Kardashian for standing by him through "the worst times” (“Wouldn’t Leave”) and reveals how his daughters have changed his views about women (“Violent Crimes"). Like G.O.O.D. Music president Pusha-T’s DAYTONA, released a week prior and produced by Kanye in Wyoming, the album has just seven songs, most under ...

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EPICA – EPICA VS. ATTACK ON TITAN

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Featuring eight tracks from the popular anime show “Attack on Titan” this new ep from symphonic metal masters Epica is a fresh take on some of the show’s most popular tracks, all rewritten and adapted to Epica’s distinct and powerful sound. Formed in 2002 Epica has released seven full length releases, three live records, and one ep, last year’s successful “The Solace System”. Throughout the band’s time they have experimented with and interwoven aspects of symphonic metal and gothic imagery with prog, thrash and power metal. Epica’s previous full length, 2016’s “The Holographic Principle”, became one of the bands most popular albums. The band has toured North & South America on multiple occasions. 

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THE ROLLING STONES – NO SECURITY SAN JOSE ’99

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No Security captures a stand‐out Stones show, with the band on searing form during the closing leg of their American tour in San Jose. Treating the crowd to an up‐close and personal experience and leaving a frenzy in their wake. The set list spans from the mid‐sixties hit singles to the Bridges to Babylon album, including a bluesy, dramatic version of “Midnight Rambler”, a dark and swaggering “Out of Control”, and the rarely performed live, “Some Girls” and “Saint of Me”. The show was an electrifying, anthem‐packed, cross generational hot ticket, concluding yet another chapter from the band that wrote the book on rock ‘n’ roll.   

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AMY SHARK – LOVE MONSTER

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AMY SHARK – LOVE MONSTER

Gold Coast singer-songwriter Amy Shark will release her highly anticipated debut album entitled LOVE MONSTER, on July 13th via Wonderlick Recording Company/Sony Music Entertainment Australia. The album includes her latest single ‘I Said Hi’ along with Shark’s breakout song, ‘Adore’. ‘I Said Hi’ is the first track off Shark’s upcoming debut album, LOVE MONSTER, which she describes as “ten times bigger and better” than the NIGHT THINKER EP. If anyone can top it, she can. “There’s a lot of love and demises and tales. It’s like my diary has opened up to another 14 more songs”, says Shark. 

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THE JAYHAWKS – BACK ROADS AND ABANDONED MOTELS

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Legacy Recordings, a division of Sony Music Entertainment, will release Back Roads and Abandoned Motels, a new studio album from The Jayhawks, on Friday, July 13. Available in CD, and 12” vinyl formats, Back Roads and Abandoned Motels is The Jayhawks’ tenth studio album and first for Legacy Recordings (who issued the group’s first compilation, Music From The North Country - The Jayhawks Anthology, in 2009 followed by releases of expanded Legacy Editions of the group’s fabled American breakout titles--Hollywood Town Hall and Tomorrow the Green Grass--in 2011). Produced by Gary Louris, John Jackson and Ed Ackerson at Flowers Studio, Minneapolis, Back Roads and Abandoned Motels sets nine songs co-written by Louris with other artists alongside two of Gary’s latest compositions. 

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PEABOD – HEALTHY SNACKS

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PEABOD – HEALTHY SNACKS

Known by the stage name PEABOD, this 24-year-old singer-songwriter-producer from Seattle gives rap a new name. Crafting catchy hooks and masterful lyrics, PEABOD dishes verses full of wit and charm guaranteed to make anyone smile. He takes on amusing, millennial topics, such as living with roommates or transitioning into adulthood, and provides impressive rhymes full of not only humor, but astute commentary in his upcoming full length debut project, Healthy Snacks. 

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