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Morrissey - 'World Peace Is None Of Your Business'

Moz puts his unique spin on beat poets, political revolt and gender stereostypes in an LP full of gorgeous musical flourishes.

Shattered - Reigning Sound

Shattered will be Reigning Sound's first album for Merge and the first full LP by the group since 2009's Love and Curses. The band's principal songwriter/member is Greg Cartwright, who's been leading the shifting cast of characters since 2001. You may be

Redeemer of Souls - Judas Priest

Metal Legends Judas Priest return with their 17th studio album featuring the tracks ‘Redeemer Of Souls’ and ‘March Of The Damned’. This Deluxe CD Bookpack includes the album plus 5 bonus tracks across 2 CDs in a hardback lyric book.

Reigning Sound: Shattered review exquisite, grown-up garage rock

(Merge) Greg Cartwright has had a guiding hand in an almost unreasonable number of great garage-rock acts over the last couple of decades, among them the Oblivians , the Compulsive Gamblers, the Parting Gifts and perhaps greatest of all, Reigning Sound w

Judas Priest: Redeemer of Souls review Metal Gods back on track

(Sony) Guardians of the British metal spirit for four decades, Judas Priest have behaved a little erratically in recent times. After 2008's great but goofy concept album, Nostradamus, a farewell tour that was anything but, their appearance on American Ido

Remember Remember – Forgetting The Present

The release of their eponymous debut album back in 2008 on Rock Action saw Glasgow’s Remember Remember swiftly filed under the post-rock genre, something reinforced three years later by their second album The Quickening.

Manic Street Preachers - Futurology (Album Review)

Few bands are brave enough to take turns into new territory nearly 30 years into a successful career, and even less do so by forging retro-futuristic records inspired by painters, philosophers and a German expressionist art movement.

Manic Street Preachers: Futurology – review

Themes of European identity and avant-garde art inspire some of the Welsh trio’s most satisfying songs.

Remember Remember: Forgetting the Present – review

The Glaswegian instrumental band doesn’t go for huge maelstroms of noise, preferring instead a more fluid style.

Can't Love - Turn to Crime

This is the debut release from the group and features the tracks 'Nightmares' and 'Forgiveness'. The Guardian said: "It's always a treat when emotionally barren curmudgeons have a way with a tune".