Published Aug 25, 2009It's Tuesday and that means it's time for another edition of Exclaim!'s new album reviews. Click here to spin the wheel and find out what succulent sonic treats you can get your hands on this week.
First off, Exclaim! highly recommends you check out the debut EP from London, ON progressive death metal band Terrorhorse, dubbed This Ain't No Goddamn Mirage, as well as the new concept album 52 Weeks from Into It. Over It., who wrote one new song once a week for an entire year.
This week, we also have Lightning Dust - the side-project of Black Mountain members Amber Webber and Joshua Wells - delivering something in a different league than their previous effort, Montreal dream pop group Young Galaxy serving up some well-layered, otherworldly pop and the provocatively titled full-length debut from Toronto indie rockers Still Life Still trying to explain that, yes, Girls Come Too.
On top of all that, Swedish husband-wife duo Wildbirds & Peacedrums return with their follow-up to last year's debut. And we also have the latest solo release from Eric's Tripper Rick White, and Chad VanGaalen's alter ego Black Mold, who treats us to an entirely instrumental album on electronic eclectic-ness.
Itching for more? Check out Exclaim!'s Recently Reviewed section for more album reviews, or pop over to our New and Forthcoming Release Dates to prep yourself for future musical goodies.