ZUU blows Denzel Curry's previous transitional projects out of the water.
Injury Reserve's debut studio album isn't quite as consistent as the trio's mixtapes, but is nevertheless a cut above most of what you'll find in today's rap field.
New York's Show Me the Body drops a ferocious set of banjo-backed punk ragers that are equal parts explosive and unsettling.
TA13OO's three-act concept could have used some fleshing out, but the music at the core is easily Denzel Curry's best yet.
Prequelle may be slightly less edgy than Ghost's previous work, but is one of the band's most well written and produced batches of songs to date, and its loose concept keeps things just fresh enough.
St. Vincent delivers her most inconsistent album yet with MASSEDUCTION.
Shock rock legend Marilyn Manson returns with his 10th album, Heaven Upside Down.
Alice Glass brings back the original appeal and energy of Crystal Castles and comes into her own as a solo artist with this self-titled debut EP.