Published Jun 26, 2012Whether you've been eagerly waiting to read up on the newest release from your favourite band, or are looking to get an idea of which new albums are worth a listen, take a look at Exclaim!'s Recently Reviewed section. There you'll find full reviews of the most recent offerings from a variety of different artists. You can check out some of the highlights below.
To start, Toronto-based epic hardcore outfit Titan release their highly anticipated double LP, Burn, following a pair of EPs. Continuing in the apocalyptic vein of its predecessors, the album will provide plenty of material for the band's upcoming European tour.
Meanwhile, post-metal supergroup Old Man Gloom return with the stubbornly antagonistic No, their first album in eight years. The Boston-based band regrouped to begin playing live once again after an extended hiatus, debuting songs from the album that are as forceful and loaded as its name implies.
Oregonian experimental sludge duo the Body enjoy a remastered re-release of their self-titled debut LP, and keeping to the theme of debut full lengths, Ladder Evils offer up their first long-player Nowhere Plans, featuring a mix of new material and previously released tracks.
Finally, Montreal's No Joy return with the five-track EP Negaverse, the follow-up to their Best Coast-endorsed debut, 2010's Ghost Blonde, and the Cinematic Orchestra recruit a supporting cast to create accompaniments to a host of experimental films on their latest exercise, In Motion #1.
To read full reviews of these new releases and more, check out Exclaim!'s Recently Reviewed section, and take a look at the New and Forthcoming Release Dates page for updates.
You can also listen to some of our favourite tracks from these albums in our Rdio Genre Playlists:
Pop & Rock
Jazz, Improv & Avant-Garde