Slim pickings as we inch closer to the end of the year, but here are some new releases that may peak your interest.

Jasta – The Lost Chapters, Volume 2

The Hatebreed frontman’s new solo album consists in a series of collaborations with some of metal’s most acclaimed frontmen.  Current and former members of Cannibal Corpse, Soulfly, Killswitch Engage, Ignite, Trivium, Crowbar, Biohazard, Emmure, Sacred Reich, and Prong are all present.

Sid Wilson – Sexcapades of the Hopeless Robotic, Vol. 2

The Slipknot DJ drops his new solo, which much like the Jasta album is a collaborative effort. In Sid’s case, his album is full of guest appearances by rappers, as he has always professed his love for hip-hop. This is the second installment of the Sexcapades of the Hopeless Robotic trilogy, the first coming out in the summer of 2018.

September Mourning – Volume III EP

The band’s lead singer Emily Lazar has a very unique image, in the last few years, she has been almost always white from head to toe. She is also involved in the run of Image Comics that bear the band’s name. If you’re into modern radio friendly hard rock, this may be worth your wilde checking out.

Oni – Alone EP

The band returns with an ep, that is more like a stepping stone to new music that they promise to release shortly. It mixes what people have come to love from the band, a mix of modern prog metal, mixing guttural vocals with clean melodies, overtop of the detuned bombast of the band’s playing.

Here are some of the other releases that come out this week:

Tool – Fear Inoculum Expanded Book Edition

Moonspell – Sin/Pecado & 2econd Skin Reissue

Satyricon – Rebel Extravaganza Reissue

Bad Brains – God Of Love Vinyl Reissue

Saint Asonia – Flawed Design Vinyl Reissue

Abigail Williams – Walk Beyond The Dark Vinyl Reissue

Stone Sour – Hello, You Bastards: Live In Reno

Warren Haynes – Warren Haynes Presents The Benefit Concert Vol. 16

Pink Floyd – The Later Years 1987 – 2019

Robert Plant – Digging Deep

Coven – Half A Century Of Witchcraft Box Set

Article by Victor M. Ruiz of Mars Attacks Radio & Podcast, and Galaxy Of Geeks Podcast.  Connect with him on Twitter:  @vmr907

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