August 11, 2016

This Week's New Albums: August 12th 2016
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by Tom Goodwyn

hmv London; 11/08/2016

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This Week's New Albums: August 12th 2016

The Amity Affliction, The Pineapple Thief, Thee Oh Sees and Young The Giant are among the artists with new albums out this week in a quiet week for new releases. 


Equilibrium - Armageddon

Nuclear Blast

The German folk metallers drop their fifth studio album this week. 

Pete's Dragon

Various Artists - Pete's Dragon


St. Vincent, The Lumineers and Leonard Cohen are among the artists to contribute tracks to Disney's big-budget remake, along with an original score from Daniel Hart. 

Divorce Party

Ruby the RabbitFoot - Divorce Party

Normal Town Records

The eccentric singer unveils her new album this week. 

Live Greatest Hits from Around the World

ZZ Top - Live - Greatest Hits From Around The World

Suretone Records

The bearded rockers are captured live in cities all over the word on this new compilation. 

Learn To Leave

My Iron Lung - Learn To Leave

Pure Noise Records

The San Diego post-hardcore group drop their second album this week. 

A Weird Exits

Thee Oh Sees - A Weird Exists

Castle Face

Frontman John Dwyer is accompanied by drummers Ryan Moutinho and Dan Rincon as well as bassist Tim Hellman on the latest album from the prolific garage rockers. 

Fishing Blues

Atmosphere - Fishing Blues


Kool Keith and Aesop Rock are among the guest on the new studio LP from rapper Slug and DJ/producer Ant. 

Home of the Strange

Young The Giant - Home Of The Strange


The rousing rockers unveil their third studio album this week. 

Old Skool

Armin Van Buuren - Old Skool

Armada Music

The Dutch DJ drops a brand new mini album this week. 

Innocence Reaches

Of Montreal - Innocence Reaches


Kevin Barnes and his eccentric indie collective follow up to 2015's Aureate Gloom

Suicide Squad

Various Artists - Suicide Squad (Original Motion Picture Score)

Sony Music CMG

Steven Price's score for the hit blockbuster gets a full release this week.