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Three years after the release of his debut album True, which sold five million copies worldwide, Avicii is back with his highly anticipated sophomore LP. Included on the track list are Waiting for Love; Pure Grinding; and For a Better Day.
Chvrches follow up their debut album with a release that showcases their signature style, a unique merging of the organic with the electronic. Includes the single Leave a Trace.
The Clutch's follow up to the hugle successful 'Earth Rocker'. That album entered the Billboard Top 200 chart at number fifteen, and reached number one on the Rock Chart and number four on iTunes' overall Top 100.
Chris Cornell's fourth solo album expresses his continuing evolution as a master songwriter, lyricist and musical craftsman, telling human stories which resonate across genre barriers.
The Dead Weather brings their heady brew of heavy riffs, thick beats, bluesy snarl, raw soul, and unrelenting sexual energy to their third full-length album, which is also their first album release in five years.
Less than a year after releasing Pink Floyd's final album, guitarist David Gilmour returns with his fourth solo album. The first single, which is also the title track, features notes created by sounds of the French SNCF railway stations.
After taking a two month break, Sevendust entered the studio completely inspired and motivated. The end result upholds the pillars of their signature style, with buoyant guitar grooves, bombastic drums, and soulfully striking refrains.
Shinedown is back with their fifth studio album, their first new release in three years. The first single, Cut the Cord, has already reached the top of the rock radio chart.
Three years after their last studio album, Neck of the Woods, Silversun Pickups return with their fifth full-length release. Produced by Jacknife Lee, the album includes the tracks Connection; Cradle (Better Nature); and Nightlight.
Six albums into their career, Orlando's Trivium leads a metal resurgence by combining classic technicality and speed with a modern sense of melody and energy.