#NewMusicFriday (October 13th 2023)

October 13th 2023

Friday the 13th is commonly known to be unlucky but maybe this one could be a bit different, as this week’s #NewMusicFriday is loaded with noteworthy releases.

For starters, Creeper delivers the theatrical ‘Sanguivore’. While The Menzingers‘ find comfort easing into their thirties while retaining their punk hooks on their impressive return; ‘Some Of It Was True’. Whereas Beartooth explore self-love on their fifth album – ‘The Surface’, and ††† (Crosses) duo Chino Moreno and Shaun Lopez return with a second full-length in the form of ‘Goodnight, God Bless, I Love U, Delete.’

Even though those four releases are leading the charge for today’s new releases, there are plenty of fresh EP’s and albums to get stuck into. Whether that’s Boygenius‘ four-track companion EP, ‘The Rest’, queer punk collective Drean Nails showcasing their dynamism on ‘Doom Loop’, or the UK’s underground scene being represented by Leicester melodic punk newcomers Dead Nice and Sheffield bombastic pop-rockers Air Drawn Dagger.

If that’s not enough, you can check out music from AikoPinkshiftBeauty School DropoutThe Dollyrots, and much more.

What is out on #NewMusicFriday?

Creeper – Sanguivore
Beartooth – The Surface
The Menzingers – Some Of It Was True
††† (Crosses) – Goodnight, God Bless, I Love U, Delete.
Boygenius – The Rest
dead nice – Obscene
Drean Nails – Doom Loop
Air Drawn Dagger – Songs To Fight The Gods To
Pinkshift – Suraksha
Aiko – Fortune’s child
Beauty School Dropout – READY TO EAT
The Funeral Portrait – Sounds From Beyond The Abyss (Vol. 1)
The Dollyrots – Night Owls
Source – Emergence
False Fed – Let Them Eat Fake
Milliseconds – So This Is How It Happens
ONI – The Silver Line
Detachment – Lack
Moskito – G.R.I.M
Muriel – Muriel
Body Void – Atrocity Machine
VCTMS – Vol. V: The Hurt Collection
Chasing Airplanes – Kaleidoscopes
Venera – Venera
Amorphis – Queen Of Time (Live At Tavastia 2021)

If you think I’ve missed something or have a new album/EP/song to tell us about, tell us about it here.

If you’re looking for the latest tracks focusing on rock, punk, hardcore, metal, emo, and everything in between, then check out our ‘Newish Music’ playlist on Spotify or Apple Music.


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