Check Out Reviews of the Horrible Crowes, Saviours, Demon's Claws and More in Our New Release Roundup

Check Out Reviews of the Horrible Crowes, Saviours, Demon's Claws and More in Our New Release Roundup
Once again, it's new release Tuesday. If you're wanting to know which records deserve your attention this week, have a look at our Recently Reviewed section. Here are just some of the highlights.

To start off, Gaslight Anthem leader Brian Fallon moves in a different direction with his collaborative project Elsie by the Horrible Crowes. Certain songs on the album "tap into an introspective, cinematic side that Gaslight rarely touch," but will Gaslight Anthem fans appreciate the new material? Read the full review to find out. And while you're at, you can stream the entire album here on Exclaim.ca.

California metal band Saviours return with their fourth album Death's Procession, which has been awarded an Exclaim! Mark of Excellence. Fantômas have released The Director's Cut Live: A New Year's Revolution, celebrating the tenth anniversary of their previous effort The Director's Cut. And we've reviewed Lost in the Desert - Part Deux from Montreal garage punks Demon's Claws.

Next, AM and Shawn Lee have joined forces to create Celestial Electric, a funky, and playful collaboration filled with "12 living, breathing, pulsating tracks." Read the full review to find out why the pairing's first joint effort turned out so well.

Last but certainly not least is Pregnant (aka Daniel Trudeau) and his fourth LP Life Hard: I Try. Picking up an Exclaim! Mark of Excellence, this album is described as "containing equal parts acousmatic, glitch and indie pop." Find out why this album is so impressive by reading the full review at Exclaim.ca.

Read the complete reviews and more at the Exclaim! Recently Reviewed section, and visit the New and Forthcoming Release Dates page to see what's coming up in the near future.

Also, listen to our favourite tracks from some of these albums in our Rdio Genre Playlists:

Pop & Rock
Dance & Electronic
Metal
Punk