Check Out Reviews of Born Ruffians, Melvins, Hot Hot Heat and More in New Release Tuesday
Published Jun 01, 2010Once again it's new release Tuesday, so come pay a visit to our Exclaim! Recently Reviewed section to take a peek at what's up for grabs this week.
To start, Toronto's Born Ruffians might have a lot to live up to with the release their sophomore full-length, Say It. After a three-year break, the album sees flowing minimalist guitar riffs merged with softer, dynamic vocals, as the band sound more loose and relaxed than ever.
Amid a stroke and recent heart surgery, "Barefoot Diva" Cesaria Evora found the time to release the Exclaim!-recommended Nha Sentimento, a collaborative album with Egyptian arranger/conductor Fathy Salama, while Homeboy Sandman releases his second album, The Good Sun, another Exclaim!-recommended pick.
UK four-piece the Futureheads also return with their fourth LP, The Chaos, Hot Hot Heat tone down their caffeinated sound with Future Breeds and metal outfit Lamb of God celebrate their 15th anniversary with the release a three-CD anthology, Hourglass.
Lastly, check out the review of the new seven-inch from Vancouver weird punks White Lung, as well at the latest from Melvins.
For all these new release reviews and more, click on over to the Exclaim! Recently Reviewed section, and head to our New and Forthcoming Release Dates for a taste of what's to come.