New Music Tuesday! (July 8): Braid, Judas Priest, Dirty Heads, Ministry & more

Releases out this week; audio & video included.

Pretty slim pickings in new music for the second week of July. Info and links for the ones you want to know about most below, plus some other ones you may not have heard of (but should know), with audio & video for your listening and viewing pleasure. Click here to see releases from the past several weeks…

'68, In Humor and Sadness (eOne)

...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of DeadLive At Rockpalast [DVD] (Made in Germany)

Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties, We Don't Have Each Other (Hopeless)

Tim Bowness, Abandoned Dancehall Dreams (Inside Out)

Braid, No Coast (Topshelf/Universal)
The beloved '90s-era Champaign-Urbana, Ill.- based indie-rock quartet issues their first new full-length in 16 years, produced by Will Yip (The Fray, Lauryn Hill) and called "a blueprint for the elder statespersons of emo returning to the fold" by NPR's All Songs Considered.   

Chelsea Grin, Ashes To Ashes (Razor & Tie)

Cloud Boat, Model Of You (Apollo)

Cold Beat, Over Me (Crime on the Moon)

Dirty Heads, Sounds of Change (Eleven Seven Music)

Rick Estrin & The Nightcats, You Asked For It — Live! (Alligator Records)

Gene the Southern Child, Southern Meridian (Williams Street Records)
Alabama-bred rapper Gene the Southern Child has a smooth flowing, drawling style to his Southern hip-hop, incorporating poetry, blues, and soul with ominous booming beats. This is his collaboration with production team Parallel Thought. Listen to "Smackman" after the jump...

Gulp, Season Sun (Everloving)
The psychedelic pop/rock project of Super Furry Animals bassist Guto Pryce and singer Lindsey Leven. Check out the eye-popping strange animated video for "Vast Strange" below. 

Gulp "Vast Space" from Ewan Jones Morris on Vimeo.

The Hell, Groovehammer (Prosthetic)

Islander, Violence & Destruction (Victory)

Leela James, Fall For You (BMG)

Judas Priest, Redeemer Of Souls (Epic)

Matt Kivel, Days Of Being Wild (Woodsist)

Kodachrome, Aftermath (self-release)

Richard Marx, Beautiful Goodbye (Zanzibar)

The Mastersons, Good Luck Charm (New West)

Ministry, Last Tangle In Paris (UDR)
[Final live album]

ModeselektorModeselektion Vol. 3 (Monkeytown)

Monuments, Amanuensis (Century Media)

The Proper Ornaments, Wooden Head (Slumberland)

Psalmships, I Sleep Alone (Big School)

Pussy Riot, Death To Prison, Freedom To Protest [DVD] (Azure)

The Relapse Symphony, Shadows (Standby)

The Skygreen Leopards, Family Crimes (Woodsist)
A new outing from the jangly breezy Cali psych pop duo made up of Donovan Quinn (NEW BUMS) and Glenn Donaldson. Listen to "Leave the Family" below. 

Samo Sound Boy
 and Jerome LOL, Friend of Mine (Body High)

Sonic Syndicate, Sonic Syndicate (Nuclear Blast)

Wolves in the Throne Room, Celestite (Artemesia)

Wolvhammer, Clawing Into Black Sun (Profound Lore)

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