Triumphant return for reconfigured 80s art-pop outfit.
Apocalypse again! The Clash's classic line-up’s surreal last statement, now with added rarities on Combat Rock + The People's Hall
Another deep-dive into the proto-metal past via a 14th creditable collection in the Brown Acid series
Forty years on, the Chris Tsangarides-produced Reactivate becomes a debut album for Essex rockers Prowler
Black Sabbath-connected metallers Quartz pay tribute to fallen comrade Geoff Nicholls on fifth studio album in 45 years, On The Edge Of Tomorrow
Massachusetts heavyweights Cave In return with first full album in 11 years, Heavy Pendulum
Celluloid’s speed-metal kings Anvil keep ’em coming on 19th studio album Impact Is Imminent
James LaBrie delves into the complexities of human relationships on fifth solo album Beautiful Shade Of Grey
London duo Bob Vylan showed why they're one of the most exciting young British bands in rock right now
Jeff Buckley's Grace: the ultimate example of an album that's passed into legend as much for what might have been as for what is was?
Old favourites The Pineapple Thief get a whole new lease of life on non-standard collection Give It Back
Cooking up a storm, Ohio blues-rockers The Black Keys go back to basics on Dropout Boogie
Finally, a cult worth joining: Church Of The Cosmic Skull and their life-affirming fourth album There Is No Time
Expanded 1981 live album Toyah! Toyah! Toyah! captures the end of Toyah’s punk-lite phase
Made during Thin Lizzy downtime, Phil Lynott's Solo In Soho album was less of a busman's holiday than a true break from the dayjob