Published Sep 07, 2010School is back in session and we have a shiny new selection of reviews in our Recently Reviewed music section to help you choose a fall soundtrack to complement your new backpack.
First, much-loved indie rockers Interpol return with a new collection of catchy tunes for their fourth studio effort. Next, past and present members of Great Lake Swimmers, Colin Huebert and Erik Erensen have teamed up to create Siskiyou. Their self-titled album has turned out to be as quiet and contemplative as the mountains their project are named for.
Nostalgia rockers Boston Spaceships have returned with some anthemic hits on their latest album, psychedelically entitled Our Cubehouse Still Rocks. Also, heavy metal fans can herald Malevolent Creation's 11th studio release by clicking through to our review of their most recent project, Invidious Dominion.
Death Cab for Cutie's Chris Walla is no stranger to production duties, and if you've enjoyed his past collaborations with Tegan and Sara, Telekinesis and the Decemberists, you won't want to miss his latest work with the Thermals. Their album, the rocking and rhythmic Personal Life, is out today. Lastly, to round out your back-to-school music homework, make sure you acquaint yourself with Domestic Blood, the newest album from Dayton, OH Southern rockers the Great American Beast.
Keep up to date with what's going on in music by checking out our New and Forthcoming Release Dates. You can find all of these full reviews and more at the Exclaim! Recently Reviewed music section.