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Cannibal Corpse A Skeletal Domain

Cannibal Corpse get right to the point on "High Velocity Impact Splatter," the opening cut on the venerable death metal outfit's 13th long player, the predictably vile and antagonistic, Metal Blade-issued A Skeletal Domain.

Aphex Twin - 'Syro'

Richard D James' long-awaited return is a banging reminder of why the Cornish raver is one of music's true innovators.

Allah-Las Worship the Sun

L.A. garage psych revivalists the Allah-Las didn't mess around with their winning formula much on their second album, 2014's Worship the Sun.

My Brightest Diamond This Is My Hand

During the three years between All Things Will Unwind and This Is My Hand, My Brightest Diamond's Shara Worden pursued arty projects such as scoring a Buster Keaton film and performing in a Matthew Barney film.

U2: Songs Of Innocence Review

Like most musicians of a certain age do, U2 has reached the reflective part of their storied career.

Skeletal Domain - Cannibal Corpse

2014 album from always relentless Death Metal legends! Includes 'Sadistic Embodiment' & 'Kill Or Become'.

Joined Ends - Dorian Concept

In October 2014, Austrian musician and producer Dorian Concept will present his singular musical vision in its most widescreen form to date. His second album Joined Ends is the biggest, boldest work of his career, and a sheer, technicolour audible joy.

Songs of Innocence - U2

Simply go to the Music app on your iOS device, or to your iTunes music library on your Mac or PC, and find 'Songs of Innocence' under the artist or album tab. The new album is in iCloud, just tap the track listing to start listening or tap the cloud icon

CD: Goat – Commune

Goat are the Swedish psychedelic rock band that made themselves known to the world in 2012 with their sublime debut album, World Music.

The decline and fall of rock and roll

U2's decision to mass release their new album to iTunes account holders represents only the latest in a long line of crimes against rock music, writes Andrew Woods.