Published Apr 13, 2010It's Tuesday again and you guys know what that means. It's time to check Exclaim!'s Recently Reviewed section to see what new albums have been released and reviewed this week.
First up, after hearing the single "Flash Delirium" from MGMT's Congratulations, you might have dismissed their much-anticipated new album. However, you might want to check out our review before you write it off altogether. Also, out this week is Cut and Run, a surprisingly strong album from NYC's Child Abuse, as well as the latest heavy offerings from Bison B.C. and Cancer Bats.
Returning with her sixth solo album, Lily Frost translates the chaos of natural elements into sound waves on her new album Viridian Torch, while UK dub-stepper Joy Orbison delivers The Shrew Would Have Cushioned the Blow.
Winning the Exclaim! Mark of Excellence, An Autumn for Crippled Children's new album Lost takes the prize for this week's best black metal release. Also, unconventional hardcore band 108 release their album 18.61, Vancouver's rock/jazz outfit Inhabitants give us A Vacant Lot and Toronto's Mantler drops a stand-out album of soft, R&B-ish pop.
To keep on top of forthcoming releases, keep your eyes on our New and Forthcoming Release Dates and click over to the Exclaim! Recently Reviewed section to see which ones are worthy of a listen.