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Body Count, "Manslaughter" (Sumerian): Rapper Ice-T leads his thrash metal band back into active duty with its first new release in eight years.
Hellyeah, "Blood For Blood" (Eleven Seven): Despite significant personnel changes, the metal all-star group (Pantera, Mudvayne, etc.) hits as hard as ever on its fourth studio album.
O.A.R., "The Rockville LP" (Vanguard): The jam band community staple returned to its original home base of Rockville, Md., to make its eighth studio album.
Say Anything, "Hebrews" (Equal Vision): Max Bemis "casts" the songs on his deeply personal new album with guest vocalists from bands such as blink-182, Manchester Orchestra, Every Time I Die, the Get Up Kids, mewithoutyou and Bemis' wife Sherri-DuPree Bemis from Eisley.
Tesla, "Simplicity" (Tesla Electric Co.): Fans will have no trouble recognizing the only rock band named after a famed physicist, though the opening track, "MP3," shows it's been keeping up with current trends.
Umphrey's McGee, "Similar Skin" (Nothing Too Fancy): The Michigan/Illinois/Indiana jam band focuses on its rock side on its latest release, with plenty of guitars and even some prog touches.
Various Artists, "2014 Warped Tour Compilation" (SideOneDummy): Punk rock's summer camp gets under way with this 50-song, two-CD set that'll keep you company while waiting in the traffic jam to get into the show.
Jack White, "Lazaretto" (Third Man/Columbia): The White Stripes/Raconteurs/Dead Weather main man's second solo album is another dizzying display of sonic alchemy that stirs together influences from gutbucket blues to psychedelic rock and earthy Americana.
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