Enter Shikari renew their archly political assault while expanding their sonic horizons on The Mindsweep.
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Pink Floyd bid a fond farewell to keyboardist Richard Wright on their 15th and final album.
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With tragedy and turmoil behind them Slipknot seek to grieve and grow on their long awaited fifth album.
Wild Flag are no more, but that hasn't stopped Mary Timony, she's back with a new 70s tinged band and the sharpest, slickest, songs of her career to date.
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Slash and Myles Kennedy promise to set the world on fire as they join forces for a second time.
Opeth transcend their previous achievements on Pale Communion as they head toward a vital next chapter in their already storied career.
DragonForce might be cheesy and preposterous, but their sixth album suggests they may yet be capable of greatness.