New & Noteworthy is a weekly column in which we highlight some of the newest rock and metal releases coming out each week. This week features new music from Revocation, Beartooth, and more! Be sure to check out the last week’s New & Noteworthy for what all came out last Friday. If you want to see last week’s sales numbers, you can read about those in Metal by Numbers. Thrice debuted at #7, and apparently I missed that two weeks ago the newest Alter Bridge live album debuted at #1 (in the Classical section)! Also be sure to follow us on Spotify to get this month’s New & Noteworthy Playlist, updated every Friday.

New Releases

Revocation, The Outer Ones (Metal Blade)

The Outer Ones is the seventh studio album from the American technical death metal band Revocation.  Like their last two releases, this too was produced, recorded, mixed, and mastered by Zeuss, with producer Shane Frisby (The Ghost Inside, Bury Your Dead) tracking the drums at Brick HitHouse. In July they released a music video for “Of Unworldly Origins.” Revocation is currently touring North America The Outer Ones Global Invasion Tour with Exhumed and Rivers of Nihil opening. Of Unworldly Origins is also available on vinyl and Bandcamp.

Beartooth, Disease (Red Bull Records)

Disease is the third studio album from the Columbus, OH based hardcore band Beartooth. It is their first release to feature Zach Huston, who replaced their longtime guitarist Taylor Lumley. Like all their albums, this was written, produced, and recorded by singer and multi-instrumentalist Caleb Shomo. So far they have released one music video, “Disease.” Beartooth will be touring North America until mid-November with Knocked Loose and Sylar, and then they will be kicking off 2019 with a  European tour. Disease is also available on vinyl.

Anaal Nathrakh, A New Kind Of Horror (Metal Blade)

A New Kind of Horror is the tenth full length studio album from the British extreme metal band Anaal Nathrack. Currently the bad has a couple shows lined up in Europe this November, but none currently in North America. It was self produced by Mick Kenney, producer and multi-instrtument who makes up 50% of the band. Currently they have released no videos for any of the songs. A New Kind of Horror is also available on vinyl.


Riverside, Wasteland (InsideOut)

Wasteland is the seventh studio album from the Polish progressive rock group Riverside. This is their first album written and recorded as a trio, following the death of guitarist Piotr Grudziński in 2016. Since then his guitar duties have been covered by vocalist/bassist Mariusz Duda. Wasteland features guitar solos by Maciej Meller on four of the tracks, and one by Mateusz Owczarek, as well as violins by Michał Jelonek. Meller has been the band’s live guitarist since 2017. They have released a music video for the song “Lament.” This fall they will be touring Poland and then then Europe, with more dates to be announced for 2019. Wasteland will also be available on vinyl.

All Them Witches, ATW (New West Records)
Bloodtruth, Martyrium (Unique Leader)
Candy, Good To Feel (Triple B Records)
Dödsrit, Spirit Crusher (Prosthetic Records)
Four Seconds Ago, The Vacancy (3DOT Recordings)
Gouge Away, Burnt Sugar (Deathwish Inc.)
Hangman’s Chair, Banlieue Triste (Spinefarm)
Horrendous, Idol (Season Of Mist)
Immortal Guardian, Age Of Revolution (M-Theory Audio)
Leader Of Down, Cascade Into Chaos (Cleopatra Records)
Livekill, Turned To Grey (SWOL Records)
Mirrors Of Psychic Warfare, I See What I Became (Neurot Recordings)
Once Human, Stage Of Evolution (earMUSIC)
Onkel Tom, Bier Ernst (Steamhammer/SPV)
Scorched, Ecliptic Butchery (20 Buck Spin)
Starset, Vessels 2.0 (Fearless)
Terror, Total Retaliation (Pure Noise Records)
The Black Queen, Infinite Games (Federal Prisoner)
The Echo Label/BMG, Beast (Reissue) (DevilDriver)
Tragedy Of Mine, Tenebris (Rough Trade/Out Of Line)
Vulcain, Vinyle (Season Of Mist)
Walking Dead On Broadway, Dead Era (Long Branch Records)
Wolfheart, Constellation Of The Black Light (Napalm Records)

Vinyl Releases

Earthless, From The West (Silver Current Records)
Sworn Enemy, As Real As It Gets (Demons Run Amok Entertainment)