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Mr. Bungle: The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny Demo – “feverish circle pit anthems”

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Emma Ruth Rundle & Thou: May Our Chambers Be Full – “a union for any progressive metal follower to treasure”

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Hen Ogledd: Free Humans – “throwing down the gauntlet”

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SUMAC: May You Be Held – “like trying to escape from tangled barbed wire”

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The Mountain Goats: Getting Into Knives – “a band invigorated”

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Touché Amoré: Lament – “Songs that completely explode in sound”

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Crippled Black Phoenix: Ellengæst – “Subversive interpretations of hard-rock”

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Zelienople: Hold You Up – “a timely welcome into this world”

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FACS: Void Moments – “hellish walls of sound”

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Sunstack Jones album review: Golden Repair

Sunstack Jones unleash the album of the year in Golden Repair and Sun 13’s Banjo is blown away.

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Country Westerns: Country Westerns -“filled with tales accepting the misgivings of life”

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IDLES: Ultra Mono – “Like most of us in 2020, it’s all a little bit confusing”

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The Psychedelic Furs: Made of Rain – “shaking off the burden of nostalgia in favour of pastures afresh”

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Tricky: Fall to Pieces – “Time will never fully heal these wounds, but it may make things a little more manageable”

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The Flaming Lips: American Head – “like a comedown from the summer of love”

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Uniform: Shame – “a withering coalition of sounds from the darkest pits”

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Secret Machines: Awake in the Brain Chamber – “Paranoid snapshots make way for something truly candid”

Brandon Curtis and Josh Garza return with a long-awaited Secret Machines LP.

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Ulver: Flowers of Evil – “Masters of music created under a black sun”

The Norwegian titans return, bending the mind more than ever.

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P.E.: Person – “A fresh reference point for a new generation”

Former members of Pill unveil a new version of punk with their debut outing.

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My Morning Jacket: The Waterfall II – “A best-of without being just that”

The Lousville collective return with their first album in five years.