Published Aug 19, 2014Tuesdays at Exclaim! mean a brand new wave of album reviews, hot off the press and ready for you to sink your teeth into. Today's New Release Roundup gathers up a handful our new reviews, so you can consider our two cents on all the most anticipated new albums. Get cracking on this week's reviews below; by the time next Tuesday rolls around, we'll have a fresh batch for your reading pleasure. Dig in!
Wiz Khalifa delivered a brand new collection of hooky bangers this week with his release of Blacc Hollywood. Our reviewer explores Wiz Khalifa's journey from mixtape culture to radio hits; read our review to see it for yourself.
Then check out our review of New Zealand songwriter Kimbra's brand new release The Golden Echo. Does she have the solo chops to transcend her "Somebody That I Used to Know" guest star fame? Check our review to see.
Our reviewer calls JJ's V "uncanny" and "otherworldly," so follow the link to learn more about this dreamy release. Then, let things get a little heavier with Pallbearer's incredible Foundations of Burden. Our writer calls it "a record that lays the listener bare" — read the full review to see all their high praise.
Last up is Deathwish Inc.'s reissue of Coliseum's self-titled debut. Read our review and relive the one-of-a-kind momentum that Coliseum's first record accrues.
Looking for more? You can find all of this weeks new album reviews in our Recently Reviewed section.