New Music Tuesday! (September 13)

Wynton Marsalis & Eric Clapton, Primus, Blitzen Trapper, Saves the Day + many more issue new releases this week (audio & video)

It's a huge week for new music releases. I've included info on the ones you want to know about most below, plus some other ones you may never have heard of (but should), with audio & video for your listening and viewing pleasure. Click here to check out releases that dropped over the past few months ...

Alice Cooper, Welcome 2 My Nightmare (UME)

Anthrax, Worship Music (Megaforce)

Barn Owl, Lost in the Glare (Thrill Jockey)

Big Harp, White Hat (Saddle Creek)

Blitzen Trapper, American Goldwing (Sub Pop)
Portland's beloved revivalist outfit presents their sixth and latest album of alt country meets 1970s-style folk and psyche rock. Check out the video for the slide guitar-drenched Springsteen-esque ode, "Love the Way You Walk Away" below.

Blondie, Panic Of Girls (Noble)
The new Blondie album sees its physical release following its digital premiere in May.

Bloody Hollies, Yours Until the Bitter End (Alive)

A.A. Bondy, Believers (Fat Possum)

Bush, The Sea Of Memories (eOne)
The Gavin Rossdale-led alt rock band returns with their first album in 10 years, and featuring newer members Chris Traynor and Corey Britz, who replaced Nigel Pulsford and Dave Parsons on guitar and bass, respectively.

CANT, Dreams Come True (Terrible)
It's another dreamy, vaguely retro Grizzly Bear side project, this one headed up by haunting crooner Chris Taylor. Listen to "Ghosts" below.

Das Racist, Relax (Greenhead Music)
The alt hip hop outfit stops at State Theatre in St. Petersburg Thursday, October 6. Tickets here.

Dan Deacon, Meetle Mice (Carpark)

The Devil Wears Prada, Dead Throne (Ferrett)

Kevin Devine, Between the Concrete and Clouds (Razor & Tie)

Dream Theater, A Dramatic Turn Of Events (Roadrunner)

The Drums, Portamento (Frenchkiss)
The sophomore LP by the indie pop band enjoys its U.S. release. Check out the video for the bouncing post-punk flavored track, "Money" after the jump, its overly simplified chorus ("I want to buy you something / but I don't have any money") sadly reflective of the times.