This Week’s New Albums: February 3 2014
Bombay Bicycle Club, Within Temptation, Behemoth, Maximo Park, Augustines and The Family Rain all release albums this week in a busy week for new records.
The London indie troupe release the long-awaited follow-up to their much loved album A Different Kind Of Fix today. Click here to read our interview with the band about the new record.
The Dutch metallers return with their sixth album Hydra today, which includes the hit singles ‘Dangerous’ and ‘Whole World Is Watching’. They play live in hmv’s 363 Oxford Street store tomorrow (February 4), click here for more details.
The iconic folk singer, best known for her tracks ‘Tom’s Diner’ and ‘Luka’, puts out her eighth studio album today.
The Polish death metal titans release their first studio album for five years today, click here to read our interview with singer Nergal about the record.
The quirky indie rockers release their fifth studio album Too Much Information today.
The folk singer drops his sixth album today, a record comprised of songs inspired by life stories from people he interviewed over the last two years. He will be signing copies of the album at a number of stores this week, click here for more details.
Super producer Danger Mouse and The Shins’ frontman James Mercer team up once again as Broken Bells, click here to read our feature on the album.
The New Yorkers follow up Rise Ye Sunken Ships with a new self-titled album, click here to read our interview with the band about the album.
The brothers from Bath finally put out their much anticipated debut album. Check out our feature on the band here and find details of their signing in hmv Bath on Friday (Feruary 7) here.
Also Out This Week
Voces8 release their new LP Eventide, Eddi Reader puts out new album Vagabond, Pat Metheny releases new album Kin (<-->), metallers Grand Magus unveil new LP Triumph and Power and The John Butler Trio drop new album Flesh And Blood. Young Fathers release their new album Dead, indie types Breton release new LP War Room Stories, Bap Kennedy drops new album Let’s Start Again, Mayan release new record Antagonise and Slow Moving Camera put out their new self-titled album.
If I’m going to buy one album this week, which one it should be?
Augustines, it’s a remarkable, passionate and well-crafted record full of great stories.