The singer/songwriter delivers a heavier, denser album that shows cracks of light shining through the darkness.
The Bristol post-punk group builds on their breakout debut with hope, pain and lots of volume.
The New York experimental metal trio create a world of opulence and squalor, blast beats and free jazz.
The California black metal band embrace non-metal sounds in stunning ways on their fourth album.
On his second sprawling set of music, Washington balances warmth and ambition, concept and soul.
A work of balance, contrast and three guitarists make the Australian group's debut sound miraculous.
The most nakedly personal album Josh Tillman has released to date, as well as the most vulnerable.
The singer/songwriter's eclectic spirit shines through on an album that evolves his irresistible hooks into something more modern.