This Week's New Albums: May 12th 2014
The Black Keys, Michael Jackson, Tori Amos and Foxes are among the artists with new albums out this week.
The Ohio powerhouse duo follow up the hugely successful El Camino with a brand new album, which includes recent single 'Fever'. You can read our full preview here.
The singer, hitherto best known for her collaborations with Zedd and Rudimental, releases her debut solo album, which includes the hits 'Let Go For Tonight' and 'Youth'. You can read our interview with her here.
The second posthumous album from the King Of Pop emerges today; you can read our feature on him here.
The hugely respected singer-songwriter releases her 14th studio album today; you can read our full preview here.
The debut album from the supergroup that features Dillinger Escape Plan frontman Greg Puciato, Soulfly's Max Cavalera, Mastodon bassist/frontman Troy Sanders and former Mars Volta drummer Dave Elitch. You can read our interview with the band here.
Debbie Harry and co release their 10th studio album today, including new singles 'A Rose by Any Name' and 'Sugar on the Side'.
The hip-hop electro duo return with another album of dancefloor fillers, you can read our interview with them here.
The legendary country singer releases her 42nd studio album today, which includes duets with Kenny Rogers and Willie Nelson.
The Californian post-hardcore types follow up the acclaimed Dear G-d... with the brilliantly titled How We Both Wondrously Perish.
Also Out This Week
Hollie Cook releases her new album Twice, Nick Mulvey releases new album First Mind, while Swans put out new LP To Be Kind and Little Dragon release new album Nabuma Rubberband.
Suede release their live album Live at the Royal Albert Hall, Down put out their new EP Down IV – Part Two, Kirsty Bertarelli releases new album Indigo Shores, 9Bach puts out Tincian, Sunstrike put out new album Rock Your World and Chad Vangaalen releases new album String Dust.