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Old 12-04-2012, 09:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Albums of 2013

I've stickied this thread so it will be list-in-progress for people to easily find new music. Please provide an album title and release date, or if there is no release date set, just the band name and album title for it to show up on the list.

I'll start this off

January

Pere Ubu - Lady From Shanghai (Jan. 7)
Comadre - Comadre (Jan. 8)
Dropkick Murphys - Signed and Sealed in Blood (Jan. 8)
Villagers - Awayland (Jan. 14)
New Order - Lost Sirens (Jan. 14)
ASAP Rocky - LongLiveASAP (Jan. 15)
Yo La Tengo - Fade (Jan. 15)
Four Tet - 0181 (Jan. 15)
Helloween - Straight Out of Hell (Jan. 18)
The Joy Formidable - Wolf's Law (Jan. 21)
Esben and the Witch - Wash the Sins Not Only the Face (Jan. 21)
Fen - Dustwalker (Jan. 21)
Riverside - Shrine of New Generation Slaves (Jan. 21 EU Feb.5 NA)
Ludovico Einaudi - In a Time Lapse (Jan. 21)
Yann Tiersen - The Lighthouse/Everything's Calm (Jan. 21)
VoiVod - Target Earth (Jan. 22)
Classified - Classifiefd (Jan. 22)
Camper Van Beethoven - La Costa Perdida (Jan. 22)
Bad Religion - True North (Jan. 22)
Cult of Luna - Vertikal (Jan. 25)
Biffy Clyro - Opposites (Jan. 28)
Mogwai - Les Revenants EP (Jan. 28)
The History of Apple Pie - Out Of View (Jan 28UK/29US)
Tomahawk - Oddfellows (Jan. 29)
Ill Bill - The Grimy Awards (Jan. 29)
Tegan and Sara - Heartthrob (Jan. 29)
Emancipator - Dusk to Dawn (Jan. 29)
Boduf Songs - Burnt Upon Re-Entry (Jan. 29)
Vast Aire - The Space Iliad EP (Jan. 29)
Le1f - Fly Zone (Jan. 29)
Spectral Park - Spectral Park (Jan. 29)

February

My Bloody Valentine - m b v (Feb. 2)
Grouper - The Man Who Died In His Boat (Feb. 4)
Coheed and Cambria - The Aftermath: Descension (Feb. 5)
Eels - Wonderful, Glorious (Feb. 5)
Unknown Mortal Orchestra - II (Feb. 5)
Frightened Rabbit - Pedestrian Verse (Feb. 5)
Septicflesh - Mystic Places of Dawn (Feb. 6)
Foals - Holy Fire (Feb. 11)
Bullet For My Valentine - Temper Temper (Feb. 12)
Azealia Banks - Broke with Expensive Taste (Feb. 12)
Suffocation - Pinnacle of Bedlam (Feb. 15)
The Fall of Every Season - Amends (Feb. 15)
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds - Push Away The Sky (Feb 18th)
Jamie Lidell - Jamie Lidell (Feb. 18)
Sadistik - Flowers For My Father (Feb. 19)
Iceage - You're Nothing (Feb. 19)
Shai Hulud - Reach Beyond The Sun (Feb. 19)
Puscifer - Donkey Punch the Night EP (Feb. 19)
Portal - Vexovoid (Feb. 19)
STRFKR - Miracle Mile (Feb. 19)
Saxon - Sacrifice (Feb. 22)
Darkthrone - The Underground Resistance (Feb. 25)
Atoms for Peace - Amok (Feb. 25UK/26US)
Palma Violets - 180 (Feb. 25)
Johnny Marr - The Messenger (Feb. 25)
Doldrums - Lesser Evil (Feb. 25)
Steven Wilson - The Raven that Refused to Sing (And Other Stories) (Feb. 25)
Mogwai - Les Revenants LP (Feb. 25)
Omnium Gatherum - Beyond (Feb. 25)
Blackbird Raum - False Weavers, (Feb. 26)

March

Iron Lung - White Glove Test (Mar. 1)
The Drones - I See Seaweed (Mar. 1)
Autechre - Exai (March 4UK/5US)
Lowercase Noises - Blake (Mar. 4)
They Might Be Giants - Nanobots (Mar. 5)
Soilwork - The Living Infinite (Mar. 5)
Jimi Hendrix - People, Hell and Angels (Mar. 5)
The Men - New Moon (Mar. 5)
How To Destroy Angels - Welcome Oblivion (Mar. 5)
Youth Lagoon - Wondrous Bughouse (Mar. 5)
Chelsea Light Moving - Chelsea Light Moving (Mar. 5)
Clinic - Free Reign II (Mar. 5)
Boris - Präparat (Mar. 6)
In Vain - Ænigma (Mar. 8)
Amplifier - Echo Street (Mar. 11)
David Bowie - The Next Day (Mar. 12)
The Virgins - Strike Gently (Mar. 12)
Boat - Pretend to Be Brave (Mar. 12)
Low - The Invisible Way (Mar. 18)
Woodkid - The Golden Age (Mar. 18)
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Specter At the Feast (Mar. 18UK/19US)
Intronaut - Habitual Levitations (Instilling Words With Tones) {Mar. 19}
Phosphorescent - Muchacho (Mar. 19)
And So I Watch You From Afar - All Hail Bright Future (Mar. 19)
Clutch - Earth Rocker (Mar. 19)
Ghostface Killah - Twelve Reasons To Die (Mar. 19)
Justin Timberlake - The 20/20 Experience (Mar. 19)
will.i.am - #willpower (Mar. 19)
Hypocrisy - End of Disclosure (Mar. 22)
PEACE - In Love (Mar. 25)
Finntroll - Blodsvept (Mar. 25)
Wire - Change Becomes Us (Mar. 25/26)
Depeche Mode - Delta Machine (Mar. 26)
John Zorn - The Mysteries (Mar. 26)
Bon Jovi - What About Now (Mar. 26)
Kvelertak - Meir (Mar. 26)

April

British Sea Power - Machineries of Joy (Apr. 1)
Bonobo - The North Borders (Apr. 1)
Implodes - Recurring Dream (Apr. 1)
The Flaming Lips - The Terror (Apr. 1)
Tyler the Creator - Wolf (Apr. 2)
Generationals - Heza (Apr. 2)
Bombino - Nomad (Apr. 2)
The Besnard Lakes - Until In Excess, Imperceptible UFO (Apr. 2)
Ólafur Arnalds - For Now I Am Winter (Apr. 2)
Charles Bradley - Victim of Love (Apr. 2)
The Mount Fuji Doomjazz Corporation - Road Burn (Apr. 3)
Paramore - Paramore (Apr. 5)
James Blake - Overgrown (Apr. 8)
Shining - One One One (Apr. 8 in Norway, NA unknown, but that's what torrents are for)
The Knife - Shaking the Habitual (Apr. 9)
Ghost - Infestissumam (Apr. 9)
Fourteen Nights at Sea - Great North (Apr. 12)
Rykarda Parasol - Against the Sun (Apr. 14)
Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats - Mind Control (Apr. 15)
SULK - Graceless (Apr. 15)
Solar Bears - Supermigration (Apr. 15)
Houses - A Quiet Darkness (Apr. 16)
The Thermals - Desperate Ground (Apr. 16)
Steve Earle - The Low Highway (Apr. 16)
Amorphis - Circle (Apr. 19)
Stephen Malkmus - Can's Ege Bamyasi Played by Stephen Malkmus and Friends (Apr. 20)
Kid Cudi - Indicud (Apr. 23)
No Joy - Wait to Pleasure (Apr. 23)
Talib Kweli - Prisoners of Consciousness (Apr. 23)
Cathedral - The Last Spire (Apr. 29)
Guided By Voices - English Little League (Apr. 30)
Colin Stetson - New History of Modern Warfare Vol. 3:To See More Light (Apr. 30)
Marc Ribot's Ceramic Dog - Your Turn (Apr. 30)
Altar of Plagues - Teethed Glory and Injury (Apr. 30)
Zs - Grain (Apr. 30)
Streetlight Manifesto - The Hands That Thieve (Apr. 30)

May

Bad Braids - Supreme Parallel (May 1)
Ghostpoet - Some Say I So I Say Light (May 6)
Deerhunter - Monomania (May 6/7)
Vampire Weekend - Modern Vampires Of The City (May 6UK/May 7US)
Primal Scream - More Light (May 6)
The Handsome Family - Wilderness (May 13)
The Fall - Re-Mit (May 13)
Immolation - Kingdom of Conspiracy (May 14)
Sam Amidon - Bright Sunny South (May 14)
Alice in Chains - The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here (May 14)
William Basinski ‎– Nocturnes (May 20)
Mykki Blanco - Betty Rubble: The Initiation (May 21)
The National - Trouble Will Find Me (May 21)
Entheogenic - Anthropomorphic (May 23)
Kylesa - Ultraviolet (May 24)
CocoRosie - Tales of a Grass Widow (May 27)
Mount Kimbie - Cold Spring Fault Less Youth (May 27)
Dark Tranquility - Construct (May 27)
Tricky - False Idols (May 27)
Tesseract - Altered State (May 27)
Baths - Obsidian (May 28)
Skinny Puppy - Weapon (May 28)

June

Hatred Surge - Human Overdose (June 2)
Jon Hopkins - Immunity (June 3)
Megadeth - Super Collider (June 4)
Camera Obscura - Desire Lines (June 4)
Queens of the Stone Age - ... Like Clockwork (June 4)
Portugal. The Man - Evil Friends (June 4)
Gold Panda - Half Of Where You Live (June 10)
Boards of Canada - Tomorrow's Harvest (June 10 UK/June 11 US)
Surfer Blood - Pythons (June 11)
Black Sabbath - 13 (June 11)
Children of Bodom - Halo of Blood (June 11)
Full of Hell - Rudiments of Mutilation (June 11)
Sun Kil Moon and The Album Leaf - Perils From the Sea (June 14)
Kalmah - Seventh Swamphony (June 14)
O Emperor - Vitreous (June 14)
Sigur Rós - Kveikur (June 17)
James Holden - The Inheritors (June 17)
Kalmah - Seventh Swamphony (June 17)
The Chameleons - Dreams in Celluloid (June 18)
Autopsy - The Headless Ritual (June 24)
oOoOO - Without Your Love (June 24)
Orphaned Land - All Is One (June 24)
Katatonia - Last Fair Day Gone Night (June 24)
Amon Amarth - Deceiver of the Gods (June 25US/June 21EU)
Dessa - Parts of Speech (June 25)
Queensrÿche - Queensrÿche (June 25)
Calexico - Maybe on Monday EP (June 29)
Section 25 - Eigengrau (June 30)


July

Billy Woods and Blockhead - Dour Candy (July 2)
Colette Carr - Skitszo (July 9)
Daughn Gibson - Me Moan (July 9)
Gauntlet Hair - Stills (July 15)
Thundercat - Apocalypse (July 15)
Pet Shop Boys - Electric (July 15)
Karnivool - Asymmetry (July 19)
Weeknd - Jinx (July 23)
True Widow - Circumambulation (July 23)
Gogol Bordello - Pure Vida Conspiracy (July 23)
Adolescents - Presumed Insolent (July 26)
Shpongle - Museum of Consciousness (July 29)
Joan of Arc - Testimonium Songs (July 30)
John Zorn - Dreamachines (July 30)
Deltron 3030 - City Rising From the Ashes[EP] (July 30)
Yo La Tengo - Ohm [EP] (July 30)

August

Ulver - Messe I.X-VI.X (Aug. 1)
Dumb Numbers - Dumb Numbers (Aug. 6)
The Civil Wars - The Civil Wars (Aug. 6)
Medicine - To the Happy Few (Aug. 6)
Rosetta - The Anaesthete (Aug. 8)
!T.O.O.H! - Democratic Solution (Aug. 13)
cloudcover - Frownland (Aug 15.)
Zoogma - Anthems 4 Androids (Aug. 17)
Earl Sweatshirt - Doris (Aug. 20 [Leaked])
BRAIDS - Flourish // Perish (Aug. 20)
Ty Segall - Sleeper (Aug. 20)
Julia Holter - Loud City Song (Aug. 20)
Julianna Barwick - Nepenthe (Aug. 20)
Blackfield - Blackfield IV (Aug. 26)
Avenged Sevenfold - Hail to the King (Aug. 27)

September

Two Cow Garage - The Death of Self Preservation Society (Sept. 1)
Clark - Feast/Beast (Sept. 2 UK)
Jackson and His Computer Band - Glow (Sept. 2 UK)
Nine Inch Nails - Hesitation Marks (Sept. 3)
Tamar Braxton - Love and War (Sept. 3)
Holograms - Forever (Sept. 3)
Chelsea Wolfe - Pain Is Beauty (Sept. 3)
Neko Case - The Worse Things Get, the Harder I Fight (Sept. 3)
Okkervil River - The Silver Gymnasium (Sept. 3)
Volcano Choir - Repave (Sept. 3)
Goldfrapp - Tales of Us (Sept. 6)
Katatonia - Dethroned & Uncrowned (Sept. 9)
Balance and Composure - The Things We Think We're Missing (Sept. 10)
Arctic Monkeys - AM (Sept. 10)
Body/Head - Coming Apart (Sept. 10 US/16, UK)
Moving Mountains - Moving Mountains (Sept. 10)
Ministry - From Beer to Eternity (Sept. 10)
Man Man - On Oni Pond (Sept. 10)
Janelle Monae - The Electric Lady (Sept. 10)
miRthkon - Snack(s) (Sept. 14
God Is an Astronaut - Origins (Sept. 16)
Carcass - Surgical Steel (Sept. 16)
Manic Street Preachers - Rewind the Film (Sept. 16)
Cloudkicker - Subsume (Sept. 16)
Sebadoh - Defend Yourself (Sept. 17)
God Is An Astronaut - Origins (Sept. 17)
Carcass - Surgical Steel (Sept. 17)
Crystal Stilts - Nature Noir (Sept. 17)
MGMT - MGMT (Sept. 17)
Armand Hammer - Half Measures (Sept. 18)
The Sadies - Internal Sounds (Sept. 20)
Ulcerate - Vermis (Sept. 20)
Why? - Golden Tickets EP (Sept. 20)
Onslaught - VI (Sept. 20)
Cult of Luna - Vertikal II EP (Sept. 21)
Chvrches - The Bones of What You Believe (Sept. 23)
Jesu - Every Day I Get Closer to the Light From Which I Came (Sept. 23)
Drake - Nothing Was the Same (Sept. 24)
Mazzy Star - Seasons of Your Day (Sept. 24)
Machinedrum - Vapor City (Sept. 24)
Deer Tick - Negativity (Sept. 24)
Dream Theater - Dream Theater (Sept. 24)
Elton John - The Diving Board (Sept. 24)
Sting - The Last Ship (Sept. 24)
Kings of Leon - Mechanical Bull (Sept. 26)
MyGRAIN - Planetary Breathing (Sept. 27)
Blut aus Nord - What Once Was... Liber III (Sept. 27)
Justin Timberlake - The 20/20 Experience: Volume 2 (Sept. 30)
Oneohtrix Point Never - R Plus Seven (Sept. 30)


October

Fates Warning - Darkness In A Different Light (Oct. 1st)
Blue Sky Black Death - Glaciers (Oct. 1)
Polvo - Siberia (Oct. 1)
Yuck - Glow and Behold (Oct. 1)
Deltron 3030 - Event II (Oct. 1)
Fuzz - Fuzz (Oct. 1)
Sons of the Morning - Speak Soon Volume One (Oct. 1)
Those Darlins - Blur the Line (Oct. 1)
Prefab Sprout - Crimson/Red (Oct. 4)
The Gathering - Afterwords (Oct. 5)
Dan Le Sac vs. Scroobius Pip - [i]Repent Replenish Repeat (Oct. 7)
of Montreal - lousy with sylvianbriar (Oct. 8)
Bombay Dub Orchestra - Tales From The Grand Bazaar (Oct. 8)
THEESatisfaction - And That's Your Time (Oct. 8)
Sleigh Bells - Bitter Rivals (Oct. 8)
Parquet Courts - Tally All the Things That You Broke EP (Oct. 8)
Earthless - From the Ages (Oct. 8)
Death Angel - The Dream Calls For Blood (Oct. 11)
Oranssi Pazuzu - Valonielu (Oct. 11)
Pearl Jam - Lightning Bolt (Oct. 14/15)
Tim Hecker - Virgins (Oct. 14)
Tindersticks - Across Six Leap Years (Oct. 14)
The Dismemberment Plan - Uncanney Valley (Oct. 15)
Morcheeba - Head Up High (Oct. 15)
Pelican - Forever Becoming (Oct. 15)
Lucius - WIldewoman (Oct. 15)
Wymond Miles - Cut Yourself Free (Oct. 17)
Ihsahn - Das Seelenbrechen (Oct. 21)
Katy Perry - Prism (Oct. 22)
Matt Elliott - Only Myocardial Infarction Can Break Your Heart (Oct. 28)
Kataklysm - Waiting For The End to Come (Oct. 28)
Autechre - L-Event EP (Oct. 28)
Russian Circles - Memorial (Oct. 29)
Skeletonwitch - Serpents Unleashed (Oct. 29)
Arcade Fire - Reflektor (Oct. 29)
Linkin' Park - Recharged (Oct. 29)

November

Falkenbach - Asa (Nov. 1)
Dream Theater - Live at Luna Park (Nov. 5)
Midlake - Antiphon (Nov. 5)
Eminem - MMLP2 (Nov. 5)
Lady Gaga - ARTPOP (Nov. 11)
Death Grips - Government Plates (Nov. 13)
Jesus the Carpenter - Om (Nov. 13)
Shearwater - Fellow Travelers (Nov. 26)


December

Childish Gambino - Because the Internet (Dec. 10th)
R. Kelly - Black Panties (Dec. 10)
NHK'Koyxeи - Dance Classics Vol. III (Dec. 15)
Talib Kweli - Gravitas (Dec. 15)
B.O.B. - Underground Luxury (Dec. 18)
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The only one I know of that has a set date that I am pretty excited about is Bullet For My Valentine's Temper Temper. A lot of the other bands that have said to release a new album are still in the "to be announced" category, so hopefully a release date will be set for those in the coming months.
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Wow. New ASAP, Bad Religion and Talib Kweli records before Valentines day?
Nice. Also, Ill Bill has the potential to release a good record I feel, I've never actually listened to a whole album of his, what's the general consensus?
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Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds - Push Away The Sky (Feb 18th)
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Wow. New ASAP, Bad Religion and Talib Kweli records before Valentines day?
Nice. Also, Ill Bill has the potential to release a good record I feel, I've never actually listened to a whole album of his, what's the general consensus?
His homophobia can get a little grating after awhile (see also Vinnie Paz), but if you're into more harder hip hop along the lines of Immortal Technique and Jedi Mind Tricks, you'll get something out of this. He's also the brother of Necro, the rapper who tries to combine his love of hip hop and death metal with some mixed results. the Hour of Reprisal was my first Ill Bill album and I enjoyed it quite a bit and had some good guest choices, include Max Cavalera of Sepultura.
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Foals - Holy Fire (February 11)
Jamie Lidell - Jamie Lidell (February 18)
Atoms for Peace - Amok (February 25UK/26US)
Jimi Hendrix - People, Hell and Angels (March 5)

Really looking forward to that Tomahawk too.
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I had no idea he was working on new material.
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If Wolf by Tyler the Creator doesn't come out this here month (he said it would, it was said to be november and that was a lie, and he hasn't said anything about it that's made the news), it should or better be 2013. But I think i may have heard he's putting it on hold indefinitely perhaps.
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There's the new BRMC album (March 2013) but the exact date should be posted by the end of the month. Seems like it's gonna be a future-defining moment for the band...hope for all the best!

The dream would be having Tool finally releasing the new album next year but it seems hard.
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Can't imagine the influence he must have from the afterlife.
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