Album of the Week

Every album that’s earned Treble’s coveted Album of the Week designation.

Blood Incantation Hidden History of the Human Race review

Album of the Week: Blood Incantation – Hidden History of the Human Race

The Denver band set a new, high bar for death metal with an album that challenges its limits.

Moor Mother Analog Fluids of Sonic Black Holes review

Album of the Week: Moor Mother – Analog Fluids of Sonic Black Holes

A dark, powerful triumph that harbors hope and joy amid its intense sonic landscape.

Album of the Week: Sudan Archives – Athena

Brittney Parks’ full-length debut is a thrilling debut built on stunning songcraft.

Tribulation where the gloom becomes sound review

Album of the Week: Cloak – The Burning Dawn

The Atlanta band brings the spirit of rock ‘n’ roll back to the darkness of black metal.

clipping there existed an addiction to blood review album of the week

Album of the Week: Clipping. – There Existed An Addiction to Blood

The L.A. industrial rap trio deliver a stunning exercise in fear.

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds Ghosteen review Album of the Week

Album of the Week: Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds – Ghosteen

A double-album meditation on grief that’s the prettiest and most devastating album of Cave’s career.

Danny Brown uknowhatimsayin review album of the week

Album of the Week: Danny Brown – uknowhatimsayin¿

A nod to classic hip-hop from an emcee that’s spent his career pushing it into the future.

Angel Olsen All Mirrors review Album of the Week

Album of the Week: Angel Olsen – All Mirrors

The singer/songwriter’s fourth album is at once her biggest and most intimate, a massive expression of deeply personal conflicts.

JPEGMAFIA All My Heroes Are Cornballs review

Album of the Week: JPEGMAFIA – All My Heroes Are Cornballs

The oddball hip-hop artist tones down his most aggressive impulses but raises the bar.

Album of the Week: (Sandy) Alex G – House of Sugar

The Philly singer/songwriter’s follow-up to Rocket is a dreamy, druggy and diverse indie mixtape.

Mizmor Cairn review Album of the Week

Album of the Week: Mizmor – Cairn

The Portland doom-metal outfit raise the bar and the stakes with their breathtaking third album.

Thirdface do it with a smile review

Album of the Week: Cloud Rat – Pollinator

The Michigan band raises the bar for hardcore with their bracing, cathartic fourth full-length release.

Pharmakon Devour review

Album of the Week: Pharmakon – Devour

A noise/industrial album that’s appropriate to our times in ways other albums simply aren’t.

Jay Som Anak Ko review

Album of the Week: Jay Som – Anak Ko

Melina Duterte’s follow-up to 2017’s Everybody Works is pretty but not precious, and harsh even when it’s soft.

Tropical Fuck Storm Braindrops review Album of the Week

Album of the Week: Tropical Fuck Storm – Braindrops

The Australian group’s second LP is a necessary piece of psychedelic post-punk weirdness.

Sleater-Kinney The Center Won't Hold review Album of the Week

Album of the Week: Sleater-Kinney – The Center Won’t Hold

The trio’s ninth, St. Vincent-produced album is both a testament to their enduring power and ability to leave their comfort zone.

Nerija Brume review Album of the Week

Album of the Week: Nérija : Blume

The debut album by this UK seven-piece jazz collective is warm, inviting and exciting all at once.

Album of the Week: Tomb Mold – Planetary Clairvoyance

The Canadian death metal outfit accelerate their progression on their outstanding third LP.

Album of the Week: Lingua Ignota – Caligula

A mixture of sacred and profane and supremely intense from the avant garde vocalist.

Album of the Week: Torche – Admission

The Miami metal outfit delivers their most refined, melodic set of music, which still sounds massive.