Dikajee – Forget~Me~Nots
Folk-prog artist Dikajee will release debut album Forget~Me~Nots on August 13.
2: Lily Of The Valley (João Filipe (Amber Foil))
3: Millions Of Flashes
4: River Rite
5: Dead Garden (feat. Guillaume Bernard (Klone))
8: Glorious Beautiful Magical
9: Gloomy Flowers Blooming (feat. Fiona Rüggeberg (Faun, Tvinna))
10: Something Mystique (feat. Andreas Ulvo)
Sugar Horse – The Live Long After
Sugar Horse will release their debut album The Live Long After on August 27 through Small Pond Records.
1. I Am Not Now, Nor Have I Ever Been…
2. Shouting Judas At Bob Dylan
3. Fat Dracula
4. Phil Spector In Hell
5. The Live Long After
6. Terrible Things Are Happening As We Speak
7. The Great British Death Cult
8. Dadcore World Cup
9. …A Las Vegas Showgirl
Jinjer – Wallflowers
Jinjer will release their new album Wallflowers on August 27 through Napalm Records.
Bassist Eugene Abdukhanov said: “Growing creatively has always been a major goal for us. The day Jinjer stops reaching for new musical horizons – will be our last day as a band. We could have churned out what our peers expected us to do or produce ‘Pisces’ clones without end but we’ve never done that and we never will. Instead, we wrote an album whose level of emotions range from the fiercest aggression we’ve ever had, to the most intricate melodies and melancholic vibes you could ever get from our music. We decided to rip apart all possible stylistic boundaries without regard to financial success or competing with our previous albums. Wallflowers is a different kind of album musically and visually. It’s about our identity as a band, as individuals and a clear statement that we are different from most artists … and that it is OK to do your own thing.”
01 – Call Me a Symbol
02 – Colossus
03 – Vortex
04 – Disclosure!
05 – Copycat
06 – Pearls and Swine
07 – Sleep of the Righteous
08 – Wallflower
09 – Dead Hands Feel No Pain
10 – As I Boil Ice
11 – Mediator
Overrider – The City Eats The Stranger//The Sky Eats The City
Overrider will release their debut album The City Eats The Stranger//The Sky Eats The City on August 6.
The anonymous band said: “To be honest, it’s been a tough year. There is a rising theme of dissonance and disquiet as the album progresses. We wanted to evoke something carefree and swashbuckling that gradually gets overtaken by anxiety and a kind of cosmic horror. The record is very much in two halves, like a classic LP. Most of the high energy, fun stuff is on the A side, and there’s a transition to maybe the darker, more creepy vibe as the B progresses.”
“We had nearly finished the album, and were thinking of it as this purely electronic LP. We’d ripped a load of samples from our first EPs and were pretty happy with the few drum loops here and there that we were using from that material, but we dropped John a line anyway, saying ‘got any ideas?’ The parts he sent blew us away, so we went back to the drawing board, re-imagining what the record would sound like, and in some cases totally re-writing tracks.”
1. w_//br=_k=r 03:06 [wallbreaker]
2. th= k:ck 03:44 [the kick]
3. th= m=sh 02:27 [the mesh]
4. s_nj_mm=r 02:36 [sunjammer]
5. syst=m cr_sh 01:53 [system crash]
6. :nt_ th= b/_ck 03:58 [into the black]
7. br=_ch 03:01 [breach]
8. =v_c _/_rm 02:13 [evac alarm]
9. th_rs:s 04:28 [tharsis]
10. t=rm:n_t:_n sh_ck 03:30 [termination shock]
Goodbye Honolulu – Goodbye Honolulu
Goodbye Honolulu will release their self-titled debut album on October 1 through Stray Dog Records.
Alien Weaponry – Tangaroa
Alien Weaponry will release their new album Tangaroa on September 17 through Napalm Records.
Henry de Jong says about Tangaroa: “The album is tied together with the message of ‘Tangaroa’ – the whole album is more a snapshot of the band’s brains during the writing process. We have also written songs that are about some of our first tūpuna (ancestors) who were here in Āotearoa (New Zealand). Hatupatu, who is very famous in Māori history, as well as Īhenga, who named a number of places in Āotearoa during his travels.”
Lewis de Jong adds about the album’s artwork and thematic details: “The album is named after the track ‘Tangaroa’, and we went with this theme on the artwork. The album is drawn from some new experiences we’ve had as well as some ancient Māori tales. I think we have stepped things up from the last album.”
Bassist Tūranga Morgan-Edmonds also adds: “This album’s use of even more traditional Māori sounds and styles is a very exciting step forward for us.”
3. Ahi Kā
7. Kai Whatu
8. Crooked Monsters
9. Buried Underground
12. Down The Rabbit Hole
Angels & Airwaves – Lifeforms
Angels & Airwaves will release their new album Lifeforms on September 24.
Sleep Waker – Alias
Sleep Waker will release their new album Alias on July 23.
Those Without – Bittersweet
Those Without will release their debut album Bittersweet on September 24.
1. Happy Ever Disaster⠀
2. Pink Alligator⠀
3. Voodoo Doll⠀
5. Good Thyme⠀
8. Under The Weather⠀
9. A Name For Myself⠀