March 2018 Album Releases

Hi, all! So it’s almost March, and along with the beginning of spring, the month is going to bring an abundance of new music!!! I personally am looking forward to the release of Myles Kennedy’s first solo record, Year of the Tiger! Following is a list of albums scheduled to reach your hands — and ears — in March!

{Note: If there’s anything that needs to be added to this list, feel free to leave a comment and let me know!}

  • Tech N9ne: Planet [3/2]
  • Moby: Everything Was Beautiful, and Nothing Hurt [3/2]
  • Tony Lanez: Memories Don’t Die [3/2]
  • Apathy: The Widow’s Son [3/2]
  • Joan Baez: Whistle Down the Wind [3/2]
  • Randy Bachman: By George — By Bachman [3/2]
  • Ry Cooder: Paris, Texas, on vinyl [3/2]
  • Andrew W.K.: You’re Not Alone [3/2]
  • Barely Civil: We Can Live Here Forever [3/2]
  • Buffalo Tom: Quiet and Peace [3/2]
  • Cut Chemist: Die Cut [3/2]
  • Flame: God Knows [3/2]
  • The Breeders: All Nerve [3/2]
  • Pouya: Five Five [3/5]
  • Lawren: Get Your Change [3/5]
  • Calum Scott: Only Human [3/9]
  • David Byrne: American Utopia [3/9]
  • Editors: Violence [3/9]
  • Between the Buried and Me: Automata I [3/9]
  • Judas Priest: Firepower [3/9]
  • Myles Kennedy: Year of the Tiger [3/9]
  • The Fratellis: In Your Own Sweet Time [3/9]
  • Marillion: Brave, deluxe edition [3/9]
  • Suicidal Tendencies: Get Your Fight On! [3/14]
  • Teenage Wrist: Chrome Neon Jesus [3/14]
  • Stone Temple Pilots: Stone Temple Pilots [3/16]
  • Dorothy: 28 Days in the Valley [3/16]
  • Greyhaven: Empty Black [3/16]
  • Fickle Friends: You Are Someone Else [3/16]
  • Scotty McCreery: Seasons Change [3/16]
  • Mount Eerie: Now Only [3/16]
  • The Decemberists: I’ll Be Your Girl [3/16]
  • The Oak Ridge Boys: 17th Avenue Revival [3/16]
  • Three Days Grace: Outsider [3/18]
  • Turbowolf: The Free Life [3/18]
  • Jack White: Boarding House Reach [3/23]
  • Blessthefall: Hard Feelings [3/23]
  • Nicole Cross: Shapeshifter [3/23]
  • Toni Braxton: Sex & Cigarettes [3/23]
  • George Ezra: Staying at Tamara’s [3/23]
  • Led Zeppelin: How the West Was Won, reissue [3/23]
  • Monster Magnet: Mindfucker [3/23]
  • Moody Blues: Days of Future Passed, Live [3/23]
  • Procol Harum: Still There’ll Be More, an Anthology, 1967 – 2017 [3/23]
  • The Cars: Shake It Up; Heartbeat City, expanded reissues [3/30]
  • En Vogue: Electric Café [3/30]
  • Hayley Kiyoko: Expectations [3/30]
  • Kate Nash: Yesterday Was Forever [3/30]
  • Rich the Kid: The World is Yours [3/30]
  • Echosmith: Inside a Dream [3/30]
  • Escape the Fate: I Am Human [3/30]
  • Her: Her [3/30]
  • Kacey Musgraves: Golden Hour [3/30]
  • Red Sun Rising: Thread [3/30]
  • Zeke: Hellbender [3/30]

Weekly Focus: Deathstars, Day Three

Deathstars — “Greatest Fight on Earth,” from the album Termination Bliss (2006).

Album of the Week: Deathstars’ Termination Bliss

The second song I ever heard by Deathstars was “Tongues,” and I was obsessed with it. A friend of mine decided to surprise me with copies of both Synthetic Generation and Termination Bliss. As much as I love both records, the latter is my favorite.