Lots of great new albums are dropping today to get us rockin’ through the holiday weekend! All of these albums and more are now streaming on Apple Music and Spotify.
Fast 9 Soundtrack
Per Republic World:
According to a report by Complex, the stacked tracklist for the film’s upcoming soundtrack has been released. The album features singers like ASAP Rocky, Jack Harlow, Pop Smoke, Lil Durk, Offset, Rico Nasty, RZA, Trippie Redd, and Ty Dolla Sign, among many more. One song from the film would see Don Toliver, Lil Durk, and Latto team up, while another track will have Skepta, Pop Smoke, Rocky, Juicy J, and Project Pat come together. The names of the tracks in the flick include Fast Lane, Lane Switcha, Hit Em Hard, I Won, Rapido, Breathe, Real, Bussin Bussin, Furiosa, Ride Da Night, Speed It Up, Mala among others.
Origin of Symmetry (XX Anniversary RemiXX) – MUSE
Dubbed Origin of Symmetry: XX Anniversary RemiXX, the set is not the traditional remix set inviting a bunch of mixers to radically rework the tracks. Rather, the band worked closely with producer Rich Costey, revisiting the material and finding a more open, dynamic and less crushed sound overall. As a result, fans will hear a fuller instrumentation as certain tracks that previous got buried or muted in the mix now can be more prominently featured.
Dark Nights: Death Metal Soundtrack
The Dark Nights: Death Metalsoundtrack, which Bates executive-produced, features 15 tracks, and it runs the gamut of genre and vibe. HEALTHand Mastodon are both here, while Chelsea Wolfe and Soccer Mommy fill out the edges. The one binding quality of all the featured players is a spiritual sense of heaviness. From the neon synths to the drop-D bass, this is music for the end of the world.
Aggression Continuum – Fear Factory
FEAR FACTORY is a groundbreaking band: this fact is simply indisputable. The pioneering act has been a part of industrial metal, groove metal and nu metal’s genesis. Burton C. Bell was at the forefront of the dichotomous “good cop/bad cop” vocal styling by virtue of his early work, which pitted his coarse screaming against his soothing, melodic singing. Six years have passed since 2015’s “Genexus”, and on the California band’s 10th studio album, “Aggression Continuum”, fans are being treated to 10 new tracks. The impact of the new effort is just as brutal and beautiful as the aforementioned vocal contrast.
Come back next week for a fresh batch of new music picks only on the HipsterZOMBIEJoint Experience!