The Connells released their first new album in two decades in 2021 and they’re now following that up with the first-ever live album in the band’s 37-year history.
Category: Album News
Skeletal Family, the English goth/post-punk rockers, will release their fifth studio album — the 10-track Light From the Dark — next week.
The Dead Milkmen are back with their first new album in nearly a decade — Quaker City Quiet Pills — and they’ve just debuted lead-off single.
Former 10,000 Maniacs frontwoman Natalie Merchant this week releases her ninth solo album, the 10-song Keep Your Courage.
Public Image Ltd. today announced the release this summer of the the band’s 11th album, titled End of World, and an accompanying tour of the U.K. and Europe.
Pet Shop Boys will collect 55 of their singles released between 1985 and 2020 in a new collection that spreads the tracks across either six vinyl LPs or three CDs.
James are celebrating their 40th anniversary with an album of 20 re-recorded classics and deeper cuts “re-imagined” with a 22-piece orchestra and an 8-piece choir.
Cowboy Junkies are back with a new studio album that’s due to be released in June, a 10-song collection called Such Ferocious Beauty.
A collection of 28 previously unreleased early live tracks by hardcore powerhouse Hüsker Dü called Tonite Longhorn will be released later this month.
Tommy Stinson’s long-gestating project Cowboys in the Campfire — a duo with friend Chip Roberts — will release its debut album Wronger this June.
Duran Duran announced today that they are recording a “special new music project” due out later this year featuring their former guitarist Andy Taylor.
Front Line Assembly spinoff Delerium has released its 15th studio album Signs, featuring vocal contributions from Mimi Page, Phildel, Inna Walters and Kanga.
Rain Parade, one of the leading lights of the Paisley Underground scene in 1980s Los Angeles, this spring will release Last Rays of a Dying Sun.