There was more to country music legend Hank Williams than boozing and a difficult marriage, y’know
Soulfly : 3
Hear Max Cavalera roar. Again
Max Cavalera's brand of anguish is particularly harrowing: still troubled by the death of his stepson, the former Sepultura man's third Soulfly album is another clenched-jaw grind through seven kinds of hell. Even the melancholy lament 'Tree Of Pain' refuses to ease up and Soulfly must be the only band who can make the obligatory minute of September 11 silence seem loud. When you share your pain, it really shouldn't be the kind that's cured by Aspirin.
Antony of Antony & The Johnsons is now Anohni, and she makes relevant, uncringey protest music
Thomas Cohen moves on from the death of his wife, Peaches Geldof, with a compelling and sophisticated solo album
Drake’s fourth album sticks to his trademark murky sound – but his downbeat introspection remains gripping
Australian psych maniacs King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard have transformed into a mad metal band