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Following on from a chaotic day of new releases last week, you’d think today’s round of new music would be a bit more relaxed, right? Well, you’d be wrong!

For starters Basement, Hands Like Houses, and Atreyu return with new albums. While Justin Courtney Pierre, formerly of Motion City Soundtrack, delivers his debut full-length.

Elsewhere, Tom Morello shares his latest solo outing in the form of ‘The Atlas Underground’.

Canadian upstarts Bearings release ‘Blue In The Dark’. Danish progressive genre-crossers VOLA share their second album, ‘Applause Of A Distant Crowd’ and instrumental heavyweights, Polyphia, return with the progressive ‘New Levels New Devils’.

Most notably, Evanescence treat fans with ‘Synthesis Live’, documenting last year’s ‘Synthesis’ tour.

There’s also promising releases from Lee Corey OswaldThe Sonder BombsA Few Too Many and Seasonal.

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Basement – Beside Myself (★★★.5 Review)
Hands Like Houses – Anon.
Atreyu – In Our Wake (★★★.5 Review)
Tom Morello – The Atlas Underground
Evanescence – Synthesis Live
VOLA – Applause Of A Distant Crowd
Bearings – Blue In The Dark
Justin Courtney Pierre – In The Drink
Polyphia – New Levels New Devils (★★★.5 Review)
Lee Corey Oswald – Darkness, Together (★★★★ Review/Stream)
A Few Too Many – Solid Ground EP (“The Place We Call Home” feature)
The Sonder Bombs – Modern Female Rockstar (★★★ Review/Stream)
Shining – Animals
Larry and His Flask – This Remedy
New Junk City – Same Places (Stream)
Seasonal – Weathered EP (Stream)
Strange Ranger – How It All Went By EP
Shading – The Vanishing Of Our Lore
Villainous – Villainous

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