Published Aug 04, 2009It's Tuesday, and that means there's a pile of new albums up for grabs. Click here to check out our Recently Reviewed section to see what's in stores.
More than a decade in the making, Interpol front-man Paul Banks has finally released side-project Julian Plenti 's debut LP Julian Plenti Is... Skyscraper. Even with simple melodies, it's still easy to see where Interpol's rock gestated before finally coming to the surface.
Secretly Canadian's Marmoset rebound from the death of former member LonPaul Ellrich with their fourth album, Tea Tornado, showing that with their heads held high they can still push on as a trio.
As dreamy as ever, the latest from Sian Alice Group shows the group's flexibility, adding feedback, anti-rhythms and inorganic beats to the mix.
When old-school hardcore and old-school metal collide, the explosive debris we're left with are Iron Age. And with their sophomore release, the Austin, TX rockers are looking to melt your face with aggression and attitude.
The Cliks return with their second effort, Dirty King, delving deep into darkness and deceit.
Seattle-based indie outfit Throw Me the Statue might be named after a mixtape but their second album is anything but a disjoined random collection of songs.
And finally, Canadian maritimers Share deliver an album of roots-tinged pop, and tell Exclaim! all about it.
Check out the rest of our Recently Reviewed section for more of this week's album reviews, or take a peek at the New and Forthcoming Release Dates to see what you can look forward to.