Sløtface announce new album Sorry for the Late Reply, share Origins of “S.U.C.C.E.S.S.”: Stream

Origins is a recurring new music feature in which artists reveal insight in their latest single by digging into its influences. Today, Norwegian pop punks Sløtface tell us what it means to be a “S.U.C.C.E.S.S.”. Sløtface have today announced their sophomore album, Sorry for the Late Reply. Coming January 31st via Nettwerk/Propeller Recordings, the effort follows […]

Björk, Glasser and more remix Fever Ray on new album

Plunge Remix follows The Knife vocalist’s 2017 solo album. Fever Ray will release a remix album of her 2017 album Plunge later this year. Plunge Remix features 18 tracks and will be sold in double-vinyl, CD and digital formats via Rabid Records. The compilation includes previously released reinterpretations from Björk (‘This Country Makes It Hard to Fuck’), […]

Disney+ unveils full list of titles available on launch date

Disney+ has announced the full list of titles that will be available when the streaming service drops next month.  The platform took to Twitter to unveil the extensive list of films and shows that you can stream the day the service launches.  Read more: Tim Burton introduces “favorite band” the Killers for Boneyard Ball set […]

DaBaby’s ‘KIRK’ Debuts at No. 1

DaBaby is on top. The Charlotte rapper scores his first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 with KIRK. The 13-track set opens with 145,000 equivalent album units in the U.S., of which 8,000 were in traditional sales. KIRK, which features Nicki Minaj, Migos, and Kevin Gates, is the follow-up to last year’s Baby on […]

Mining Metal: Algebra, Blut Aus Nord, Cloud Rat, Crypt Sermon, Goatess, Haunter, Mizmor, War Cloud, and more

“Mining Metal” is a monthly column from Heavy Consequence writers Joseph Schafer and Langdon Hickman. The focus is on noteworthy new music emerging from the non-mainstream metal scene, highlighting releases from small and independent labels — or even releases from unsigned acts. As September gives way to October and the darker half of the year […]