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Let’s look ahead at new releases coming in 2019

Pretty much everything that needs to be released in 2018 is out there. Yeah, there are a couple of stragglers (we see a few things on today’s new release list), but that’s it until 2019.

So what can we expect when the calendar clicks over into 2019? Glad you asked. 

My friends at The Tek Report have again come up with their year-end list for new releases.

January 15:

  • Alice Merton, “Funny Business”

January TBA:

  • AWOLANTION, new single
  • Disturbed, “A Reason to Fight”
  • Judah and the Lion, TBA
  • Mumford and Sons, new single

January 18:

  • Alice Merton, Mint
  • Papa Roach, Who Do You Trust
  • Switchfoot, Native Son
  • Whitehorse, The Northern South Vol. 2

January 25:

  • Bring Me the Horizon, AMO
  • FIDLAR, Almost Free

January TBA:

  • The Cranberries, TBA
  • Walk the Moon, new single and new album

February 1:

  • White Lies, Five

February 8:

  • Bob Mould, Sunshine Rock

February 15:

  • SWMRS, Berkeley’s On Fire

February 22:

  • Bloc Party, Silent Alarm

March 1:

  • Weezer, Weezer (this will be the “black” album)

March 29:

  • Lana Del Rey, Norman Fucking Rockwell.

Other Q1 releases:

  • Lovelytheband, “Maybe I’m Afraid”

Q2 releases:

  • Barns Courtney, new album TBA
  • Bastille, new album TBA

Also coming in 2019 (dates and details TBA)

  • Adele
  • Travis Barker
  • Blink-182
  • Catfish and the Bottlemen
  • Chemical Brothers, No Geography
  • Coldplay
  • Dandy Warhols, Why So Crazy?
  • Zack De La Rocha
  • Perry Farrell, Kind Heaven
  • Albert Hammond, Jr.
  • K.Flay
  • Lumineers
  • The Offspring
  • Rammstein
  • Slipknot
  • Sir Sly
  • And, of course, Tool.

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5 thoughts on “Let’s look ahead at new releases coming in 2019

  • New OneRepublic and Rob Thomas coming too

  • I’ll believe Zack will have a new album when it happens.

    • Yeah a Zack album is on the same timeline as Tool.

  • The Tea Party have a new release coming too. Heard it may only be an EP though.

  • Hmm, not much to get excited about in that list.


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