Asylums build up a head of steam for third album Genetic Cabaret with producer Steve Albini
Former Accept vocalist Udo Dirkschneider hooks up with the concert band of the German armed forces on We Are One. Of course he does.
Joy Division's Closer: as the NME commented with wry understatement: “[This album] cannot have been easy to record”
Lancaster rockers Massive Wagons unleash the decibels with studio album number five, House Of Noise
British radio-rock stalwarts Bush let their guard down on album number eight, The Kingdom
Fantasies Of A Stay At Home Psychopath by The Blinders is the definitive dark rock diatribe for lockdown Britain
Some albums are so big that the follow-up can only be a disappointment. Did Tusk suffer this fate, or is gold concealed within?
Grateful Dead's change-of-direction album Workingman's Dead celebrated with a 50th anniversary edition including a full live show
Brainwashed Generation is the fifteenth album from hair-power-pop veterans Enuff Z'Nuff
The eyeballs have it on The Residents' tribute to possibly imaginary bluesman Alvin ‘Dyin’ Dog’ Snow, Metal, Meat & Bone
Black Sabbath's Never Say Die! arrived as the band's original line-up began to disintegrate. History has not been kind, but will our reviewers find more to enjoy?
Songs from the Twilight Zone provide intrigue on Paul Weller's 15th solo album On Sunset
Veteran avant-glam baroque-pop duo Sparks continue their autumnal resurgence on 24th album A Steady Drip, Drip, Drip
The world's first prog supergroup conjures up challenging jazz fusion, fail to set world alight
Buzzcocks sell you everything on eight-CD compilation of Mancunian (post) punksters second wave of recording life