The Vaccines – Come of Age
After less than a year since they released What Did You Expect from the Vaccines?, the indie-rock band is already giving us another LP. “No Hope” and “Teenage Icon” are the first singles off this album, and they've given a great idea of what to expect for the rest.
Tori Amos – Gold Dust
To mark the 20th anniversary of her debut album Little Earthquakes, Amos is releasing re-worked songs from her old catalogue. To make them even more special, she decided to collaborate with the Metropole Orchestra.
Three Days Grace – Transit of Venus
Being named after the rare occurrence of Venus crossing over the sun, the fourth album from the Canadian rock band promises to be as intense as fans know them for already. The mood of the album has been explained in their new slogan; “some things will never happen again in your lifetime”.
Muse – The 2nd Law
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Receiving mixed reviews from both the fans and the critics, the 6th album from the British band is a little different from what we've been used to by them. Incorporating a little bit of dubstep in some songs, it sure breaks from their past music. Still, their first single “Survival” was the official song of the London 2012 Summer Olympics, so we can expect an epic album as always.
Cher Lloyd – Sticks & Stones
Even though her album has been out in the UK since November 2011, the X-factor contestant will finally have a record out in the US and Canada. The tracks are a little different from the UK LP, but for sure we will have the huge summer hit “Want U Back” on that version.
Papa Roach – The Connection
With the recent vocal surgery of the singer Jacoby Shaddix and the cancellation of a lot of tour dates, Papa Roach had a pretty rough year. Already at their 8th studio album, we hope that the California band will still surprise us this time.