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October list by Donalee Jacobs
All Mirrors
All Mirrors Angel Olsen

In the process of making this album, Angel Olsen has found a new sound and voice, a blast of fury mixed with hard-won self-acceptance. Lush and introspective, the new album was recorded with a fourteen piece orchestra and includes the singles All Mirrors and Lark.

Ascend
AscendIllenium

The third full-length studio album from DJ/electronic musician Illenium features the songs Good Things Fall Apart, In Your Arms, and Sad Songs. Guest stars include Jon Bellion, X Ambassadors and Said The Sky. (Explicit Content)

Atonement
AtonementKillswitch Engage

On their first album for Metal Blade Records, Killswitch Engage return to and expand on their extreme metal roots with dueling guitars and vocals by original lead vocalist Jesse Leach and former vocalist Howard Jones. Songs include The Crownless King, The Signal Fire and Ravenous.

Beautiful Oblivion
Beautiful OblivionIssues

Eclectic band Issues, returns with a new collection featuring an eclectic blend of metal, R&B and pop. Singles include Tapping Out and Drink About It. (Explicit Content)

Black Anima
Black AnimaLacuna Coil

Hot off the chart-smashing full-length Delirium and groundbreaking, widely applauded The 119 Show, Italy-based gothfathers Lacuna Coil return with a stunning new album. It is epic, atmospheric, groovy, and heavy yet forward thinking.

Divisions
DivisionsStarset

Visionary media collective Starset have carved out a unique path as part cinematic rock band, part conceptual storytellers, weaving an intricate narrative through multiple mediums and redefining the concept of a truly immersive entertainment experience. Their latest album explores the collision of humanity and technology. Songs include Where The Skies End and Other Worlds Than These.

Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Part 2
Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Part 2Foals

The new album from Foals simmers with the pure visceral intensity which has long been emblematic of the band. It is presented as a journey rather than a mere collection of songs and features world and punk influences.

Here, Right Now
Here, Right NowJoshua Radin

The album-opening title track of Joshua Radin's eighth release is all about embracing the moment. The album is comprised of seven original tracks and two covers, Tom Petty's I Won't Back Down and The Rolling Stones' She Smiled Sweetly, that tackle themes of broken relationships, rescue, friendship, and self-determination, all delivered with Radin's silvery, intimate tenor.

Hey, I'm Just Like You
Hey, I'm Just Like YouTegan & Sara

Twenty years into their career, Tegan and Sara have recorded a new album that is based on the first songs they ever wrote. This is a return to Tegan and Sara's rock and punk roots, with a punch of pop production. 

High Water II
High Water IIThe Magpie Salute

The Magpie Salute continue their signature New American Roots Rock sound with this follow-up to 2018's debut High Water I. Songs include Sooner Or Later, Life Is A Landslide and Mother Storm.

In The Morse Code Of Brake Lights
In The Morse Code Of Brake LightsThe New Pornographers

The New Pornographers return with their eighth studio album, which is full of classic songwriting with twisting lyrical content that touches on the humanistic side of life in current times, craftfully penned by frontman A. C. Newman.

Metal Galaxy
Metal GalaxyBabymetal

The new release from Babymetal has made the band the highest-charting Japanese band ever in the UK Official Album Charts and has them rapidly climbing the US charts as well. The band utilizes a variety of musical styles to move the theme and story, that the band is on an odyssey to the 'Metal Galaxy', forward over the course of the album.  

Nine
NineBlink-182

Blink-182's last album, 2016's California, earned them their first Grammy nomination. Now they are back with a new album that includes the tracks Darkside, Happy Days, Generational Divide and Blame It On My Youth. (Explicit Content)

No Home Record
No Home RecordKim Gordon

Kim Gordon, a co-founder of the legendary group Sonic Youth, releases her first ever solo album. Songs include Don't Play It Back and Hungry Baby.

Ode To Joy
Ode To Joy
Wilco

The eleventh studio album from the pioneering Chicago rock band Wilco features eleven new songs written and produced by Jeff Tweedy and recorded at the band's Loft studio in Chicago. 

A Pill For Loneliness
A Pill For LonelinessCity And Colour

Three-time Juno Award winner City and Colour returns with his sixth studio album. It includes the tracks Living in Lightning, Strangers and Astronaut.

Sinematic
SinematicRobbie Robertson

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Robbie Robertson creates an enthralling set of songs that explore the darker corridors of human nature. There are also collaborations with Van Morrison and Glen Hansard.

Sound & Fury
Sound & Fury
Sturgill Simpson

Grammy Award winner Sturgill Simpson releases his much-anticipated new album and accompanying Netflix anime film. Produced by Simpson, the album is a marked departure from 2016's acclaimed A Sailor's Guide To Earth, which won Best Country Album. It blends rock music with Japanese anime in new ways.

Walk The Sky
Walk The Sky
Alter Bridge

The sixth album from the group comprised of two members of the band Creed continues to blend the hard rock and heavy metal that has resulted in the band's loyal following for more than fifteen years. It features the single Wouldn't You Rather.

War In My Mind
War In My Mind
Beth Hart

With this album, Grammy-nominated Beth Hart has never served herself up so raw on a record, one that embraces her merits and flaws, channels her bittersweet headspace and spins gold from her demons. 

Whiskey Myers
Whiskey Myers
Whiskey Myers

Best known for being featured in the Kevin Costner hit show Yellowstone, where their songs are synced with the story throughout the season, Whiskey Myers returns with a new album that leans more heavily on rock than their previous country based albums.