Amusement Parks on Fire, Road Eyes (Filter)
Autopsy, The Tomb Within EP (Peaceville Records)
The Avett Brothers, Live, Volume 3 (Columbia/American)
Bring Me the Horizon, There Is a Hell Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is a Heaven Lets Keep It a Secret. (Epitaph)
The British metalcore outfit releases their third album (pictured right)
Chiodos, Illuminaudio (Equal Vision)
Clinic, Bubblegum (Domino)
Dark Dark Dark, Wild Go (Supply and Demand Music)
DOWN, Diary Of A Mad Band (Down Records)
The New Orleans super rock group -- which includes Philip Anselmo (Pantera), guitarist Pepper Keenan (Corrosion of Conformity), guitarist Kirk Windstein (Kingdom of Sorrow), bassist Rex Brown (Pantera), and drummer Jimmy Bower (Eyehategod, Crowbar) -- releases a three-disc CD/DVD set that includes a full two-disc live concert from London and a short film documenting the 2006 return of DOWN from the practice room through their first European tour along with a bonus behind-the-scenes featurette, Tyrades and Shananigans.
Eskmo, Eskmo (Ninja Tune)
Check out a few tracks from the new album by the down-tempo experimental electronica artist below.
Faith Evans, Something About Faith (Entertainment One)
Finger Eleven, Live Turns Electric (Wind-Up)
Fistful of Mercy, As I Call You Down (Hot Records)
Donavon Frankenreiter, Glow (Liquid Tambourine)
The shaggy-haired wave-ridin' singer-songwriter comes out with his fourth album on his own new label. Check out the video for the title track below.
The Gay Blades, Savages ( Triple Crown Records/ILG)
Gonjasufi, Caliph's Tea Party (Warp)
Guster, Easy Wonderful (Aware/Universal Republic)
Fran Healy, Wreckorder (Ryko)
The frontman for Scottish rock group Travis presents his solo debut.
The Hours, Its Not How You Start, Its How You Finish (Adeline Records)
Husky Rescue, Ship of Light Special Ed. (Catskills Records)
The Finnish ambient pop duo releases a special U.S. edition of their January 2010 album. Check out their Close Encounters of the Third Kind-inspired video for the song, "They Are Coming" below.
Jars of Clay, The Shelter (Provident)
Tim Kasher, The Game Of Monogamy (Saddle Creek)
The Cursive frontman releases a solo album.
Toby Keith, Bullets In The Gun (Show Dog/Universal)
Legendary Pink Dots, Seconds Late For The Brighton Line (ROIR)
The UK psychedelic/experimental rock band hits Orpheum on Saturday, November 6.
John Lennon, Gimme Some Truth Remasters (EMI)
A broad cross-section of remastered John Lennon albums and new releases, which includes Double Fantasy Stripped Down, Power To The People: The Hits, Gimme Some Truth, and the John Lennon Signature Box.
Raul Malo, Sinners & Saints (Fantasy Records/Concord Music Group)
Jesse McReynolds & Friends, Songs Of The Grateful Dead: A Tribute to Jerry Garcia & Robert Hunter (Woodstock Records)
Middle Class Rut, No Name No Color (Bright Antenna Records/ILG)
The alt rock duo also known as MC Rut releases their first official full-length LP. Check out the video for "New Low" below.
Mystic Roots Band, Cali-Hi (MVD Audio)
The guitarist plays Ruth Eckerd Hall Saturday, December4.
Shad, TSOL (Black Box Recordings/Decon)
Marnie Stern, Marnie Stern (Kill Rock Stars)
The Corin Tucker Band, 1,000 Years (Kill Rock Stars)
Sleater-Kinney singer and guitarist Corin Tucker releases a solo album.
Tricky, Mixed Race (Domino)
Check out "Murder Weapon" below.
KT Tunstall, Tiger Suit (Virgin)
Im Here Soundtrack (Chocolate Industries)
The soundtrack to the new Spike Jones short film a sci-fi love story about two robots living in a future LA that's loosely based on Shel Silversteins The Giving Tree features music by Animal Collective, Sleigh Bells and others. Jonze also put together a group to compose original music for the film, The Lost Trees, which includes Red Hot Chili Peppers' bassist Flea, Nick Zinner of the Yeah Yeah Yeah's, and Aska Matsumiya.
Various Artists, Ninja Tune XX : 20 Years of Beats and Pieces (Ninja Tune)
An expansive retrospective box set featuring two double CD compilations, Ninja Tune XX Vol.1 Two Decades and a Mixer, and Ninja Tune XX Vol.2, 20 yrs of Beats and Pieces, that include mostly new music from Amon Tobin, Roots Manuva, Dorian Concept, Daedelus, The Bug, Eskmo, Bonobo, Andreya Triana and many others along with remixes from Benga, Autechre, Flying Lotus, Four Tet, The Cinematic Orchestra, Diplo, Hot Chip, and Slugabed, among many others. At last count, this set included 106 tracks. The expanded set includes 2 bonus CDs and six 7" discs featuring new tracks from Kid Koala, The Heavy, The Qemists, and many others, unreleased archive tracks, new remixes, a hardback edition of the new Ninja Tune book, Ninja Tune - 20 Years Of Beats & Pieces (Black Dog Publishing, 192 pages), and so much more.