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Night & Day (Day Edition) by The Vamps
The pop foursome release the second half of their Night & Day collection this week.
Among the guests on the album, which features hit singles 'Too Good To Be True' and 'Personal', are Maggie Lindemann, rapper Machine Gun Kelly and Kriss Kross Amsterdam.
Black Flame by Bury Tomorrow
The metalcore upstarts release their fifth studio album this week, their first LP for new label Music For Nations.
The album has been produced by Young Guns/Enter Shikari knob twiddler Dan Weller and sees the band embracing a more expansive sound.
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again by Various Artists
The sequel to the hugely successful musical sees another batch of ABBA's biggest hits being covered by the cast.
Among the tracks confirmed to appear are 'Waterloo', 'Dancing Queen' and 'Thank You For The Music'.
Ordinary Corrupt Human Love by Deafheaven
The arty black metallers follow up 2015's New Bermuda with an epic new LP.
Producer and frequent collaborator Jack Shirley was in charge once again for the album, which takes its name from a line from Graham Greene's 1951 novel The End Of The Affair.
The band's taste for the epic and meshing of genres looks undimmed, as you shown on 12-minute lead-off single 'Honeycomb', one of three tracks of the seven on the album that clock in at over 10 minutes in length...
Back Roads and Abandoned Motels by The Jayhawks
The reunited bluesy country rockers make in 10 albums and counting with the release of Back Roads and Abandoned Motels.
The album includes two new songs written by mainman Gary Louris, but mainly features songs co-written by Louris for previous projects.
Among them are two songs written for the Dixie Chicks and others for Jakob Dylan, Ari Hest and Emerson Hart.
Tomb Raider by Roar Uthaug
It’s been 15 years since we last saw Lara Croft on the big screen, but she returns in style in the brand new reboot of Tomb Raider.
Oscar winner Alicia Vikander takes over from Angelina Jolie in the starring role, with The Wire's Dominic West in the role of her father, archaeologist Lord Richard Croft, the Earl of Abingdon, in the new reboot, which also stars Walton Goggins and Daniel Wu.
The film has been directed by Roar Uthuag, the director behind the Norwegian disaster drama The Wave.
The reboot finds Croft aged 21 and working as a bike courier in East London and refusing to take the reins of her father's global empire. But, still haunted by his disappearance, she then leaves everything she knows behind in search of her dad's last-known destination: a fabled tomb on a mythical island that might be somewhere off the coast of Japan...
Patrick Melrose by Benedict Cumberbatch
Benedict Cumberbatch leads the way in this five-part series, based on the acclaimed novels by Edward St. Aubyn.
The series tracks Patrick Melrose from his privileged but deeply traumatic childhood in the South of France as he battles severe substance abuse in his twenties in New York and tries to recover back in his native Britain.
Holliday Grainger, Jessica Raine, Prasanna Puwanarajah, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Blythe Danner co-star.
Friday Night Dinner: Series 5 by Tamsin Greig
The fifth series of the hit Channel 4 comedy arrives on DVD shelves this week.
As we have for 25 glorious episodes, we follow The Goodmans as they host their weekly dinner on Friday night, where something always manages to go wrong.
Tamsin Greig, Paul Ritter, Simon Bird, Tom Rosenthal and Mark Heap all return to star, with Unforgotten star Rosie Cavaliero joining the cast for this new run.
Gringo by Nash Edgerton
Charlize Theron, Joel Edgerton and David Oyelowo team up for this knockabout comedy.
Oyelowo plays Harold Soyinka, a hapless businessman who is forced to travel to Mexico to oversee the manufacturing of his company's revolutionary new medical marijuana pill.
However, whilst there, Harold is kidnapped by members of a fearsome cartel and becomes the centre of a situation that quickly spins out of control...
Crowhurst by Simon Rumley
Justin Salinger stars in this intimate biopic of Donald Crowhurst, the inexperienced yachtsman who set off from England bidding to be the fastest to single-handedly circumnavigate the globe.
Crowhurst's plan didn't exactly go off without a hitch...