This Week's New Albums: January 12th 2018
Camila Cabello, Black Veil Brides, Tonight Alive and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club are among the artists with new albums out this week.
Camila Cabello - Camila
It’s been a year since Cabello parted ways with Fifth Harmony and now she unveils her solo debut LP.
Powered by monster hit ‘Havana’, which has sold over three million copies and topped the charts across the world, Cabello’s production team is huge and packed with big hitmakers, including Andrew Wyatt, Noonie Bao and Pharrell Williams.
Black Veil Brides - Vale
It’s been four years since we last had a studio album from Andy Biersack and co, but they return this week with a brand new LP, their fifth in all.
Recorded with producer John Feldmann, who helped Biersack helm his Andy Black solo album, and is best known for his work with All Time Low and Five Seconds Of Summer, the LP sees the band embracing a cleaner sound.
The album is another concept record, picking up directly after the events of 2013’s Wretched and Divine: The Story of the Wild Ones and taking the listener on another journey of wild adventure and rebellion…
Tonight Alive - Underworld
The Australian pop-punks drop their fourth studio album and their first since the departure of founding member and guitarist Whakaio Taahi.
PVRIS singer Lynn Gunnulfsen and Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor both offer up guest slots.
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Wrong Creatures
The swaggering San Francisco rockers return with their eighth studio album and their first for five years.
Produced by Yeah Yeah Yeahs/Band Of Skulls man Nick Launay, the album finds the band back in their early swagger.
Shame - Songs of Praise
The hotly-tipped Lancashire outfit unveil their debut album this week.
Various Artists - Trevor Nelson Slow Jams
Universal Music TV
The DJ gathers together three CD's worth of classic slow jams, including tracks from Alicia Keys, Brandy and D'Angelo.
Bleeding Gods - Dodekathlon
The Dutch death metallers tackle the twelve labours of Hercules on their intense new album.
Glass Candy - I Always Say Yes
Italians Do It Better
The Portland electronic duo return with a brand new effort.
Avatar - Avatar Country
The Swedish metallers go country on their seventh studio album, an album they recorded with Stone Sour producer Jay Ruston.
Anderson East - Encore
The Atlanta bluesman drops his third album this week, an LP produced by Dave Cobb and recorded at Nashville's historic RCA Studio. The LP features tracks written by both Ed Sheeran and Chris Stapleton.
Audrey Horne - Blackout
The Norwegian hard rockers make it six albums and counting this week.