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We bring you the best new albums in the week ahead.
The Mighty Death Pop! by Insane Clown Posse
Juggalos around the world, rejoice. The twelfth album from horrorcore duo, Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope, is the latest since 2009. According to the group, The Mighty Death Pop! will be “the bombest, most devastating thing [they’ve] put out yet” and will “take all the anger [they] feel and have saved up and stored inside from all the crazy dissing … and [they’re] gonna channel it all into the new album.” Sounds like a fun time — no wonder there’s an exclamation point in the title. So grab your bottles of Faygo and some white clown makeup, because this LP is certainly no joke.
Here by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
It might be a little hard to believe, but it’s already been two years since the catchy and energetic “Home” hit the charts. Since then, it’s been commercial and TV show cameos for the popular single as well as music festivals such as this past weekend’s Hangout Festival. The band’s second album hopes to fill earholes with the same addictive qualities and could give that repeat button a workout. If you happen to run in any indie folk social circles, you might want to give these nine tracks a quick listen before you get left out of conversations.
What We Saw From the Cheap Seats by Regina Spektor
You might’ve heard her music played in Narnia 2 or 500 Days of Summer. But of course, you loved her waaay before then. We know. Anyway, the singer-songwriter’s sixth album features the two singles “All the Rowboats” and “Don’t Leave Me (Ne me quitte pas)” and nine other songs. We’re betting it’s no magical happenstance that we’ll see more of her unique vocal stylings, whether it’s the staccato from “Fidelity” or the pseudo-yelling from “Your Honor”.
Other notable drops
Heaven by The Walkmen
Valtari by Sigur Ros
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