Get Reviews of Queens of the Stone Age, By Divine Right, Disclosure and More in This Week's New Release Roundup

Get Reviews of Queens of the Stone Age, By Divine Right, Disclosure and More in This Week's New Release Roundup
There are tons of great albums being released every week, but so little time to hear them all. That's why you should check out our reviewers' recommendations to see which of this week's newest releases deserve your time and money, and which simply get in the way of finding your next favourite LP. Then, head on over to our Recently Reviewed section to see recommendations on all of this week's newest releases.

The wait is finally over for …Like Clockwork, Queens of the Stone Age's long-awaited follow-up to 2007's sinister funk fest Era Vulgaris. But is their newest LP exactly what fans were expecting? Read more to find out.

Canadian indie rockers By Divine Right return with the Summer of Love-inspired Organized Accidents, while UK dance duo Disclosure prove they've done their homework on Settle.

Next up, Danish two-piece Quadron received an Exclaim! Mark of Excellence for the slinky soul-pop stylings of Avalanche, and understated Scottish sextet Camera Obscura refurbish '50s pop on the vintage-sounding Desire Lines.

Finally, thrash metal vets Megadeth get mature on the radio rock-heavy Super Collider. Three decades and 14 albums into their career, is it about time for public train wreck Dave Mustaine to call it quits? You'll have to click and see.

Read full reviews of these albums and many more by checking out Exclaim!'s Recently Reviewed section. Don't forget to stop by our New and Forthcoming Release Dates page for updates on even more upcoming releases.

Hear some of our favourite tracks from these albums and more in our Rdio Genre Playlists:

Pop & Rock
Dance & Electronic
Soul, Funk & World
Metal