In The News: Ty Segall, Buffalo Tom, Ministry, Rhye, Fu Manchu, Jimi Hendrix, Roxy Music, Pet Shop Boys, Ringo Starr, Ghost And More

On January 26, Drag City will issue the latest from prolific former MAGNET cover star Ty Segall. The 19-track Freedom’s Goblin will be supported by live dates in California surrounding the release date and a full-on North American tour in April … Buffalo Tom was on the cover of MAGNET before most of you kids were born, and the trio is also back March 2 with its first new album in six years, Quiet And Peace (Scrawny/Schoolkids) … Rare Birds, Jonathan Wilson‘s third album for the Bella Union label, is out March 2 and features Father John Misty (yet another former MAGNET cover star), Lucius, Lana Del Rey and Laraaji … AmeriKKKant is the new album from Ministry, out March 9 via Nuclear Blast, and something tells us that Al Jourgensen might just have something on his mind regarding the state of the U.S. under our current president, who he refers to as Hurricane Cheeto … The sophomore album from Rhye, the 11-track Blood, will be released February 2 via Loma Vista … The 12th studio album from Fu Manchu, Clone Of The Universe is out February 9 on the band’s At The Dojo label … Sleepwalkers is the second solo LP from Gaslight Anthem frontman Brian Fallon, out February 9 via Island … Also on February 9, the Monochrome Set has something old and something new for you: 1979–1985: Complete Recordings is a six-CD boxed set that compiles its first four studio LPs and all the band’s singles, while the new Maisieworld is the Set’s 14th album to date; both releases come courtesy of Tapete … J.D. Wilkes (Legendary Shack Shakers, Dirt Daubers) will release Fire Dream, his solo debut, February 16 via Big Legal Mess/Fat Possum, and it features Jimbo Mathus as well as members of Drive-By Truckers, Squirrel Nut Zippers and the Bo-Keys … Belief, the follow-up to 2010’s Beyond The Valley Of The Ultrahits, is the latest from Richard Youngs, out March 2 on O Genesis … Wild Beasts will become extinct following the release of career-spanning, live-in-the-studio album Last Night All My Dreams Came True (Domino Documents) on February 16 and three live shows across the pond … Both Sides Of The Sky, out March 9, is the final installment in Experience Hendrix/Legacy’s trilogy of albums featuring unissued studio recordings by Jimi Hendrix, following 2010’s Valleys Of Neptune and 2013’s People, Hell And Angels; Both Sides Of The Sky‘s 13 tracks (10 of which are previously unreleased) were recorded between 1968 and 1970 … Roxy Music‘s landmark self-titled debut gets the 45th-anniversary treatment February 2 courtesy of Virgin/UMe with a three-CD/DVD super-deluxe edition (featuring the remastered album, previously unreleased demos, outtakes, radio sessions and rare footage) and a two-CD deluxe edition (which is also available on 180-gram vinyl) … Rhino continues its Pet Shop Boys Catalogue: 1985-2012 reissue series on March 2 with remastered/repackaged versions of 1986’s Please, 1987’s Actually and 1988’s Introspective containing demos, extended mixes, remixes and unreleased material … Light In The Attic is reissuing Digable Planets‘ 1993 debut, Reachin’ (A New Refutation Of Time And Space), as a two-LP set on February 23 in celebration of its 25th anniversary … Ringo Redux: On January 19, Capitol/UMe is reissuing two remastered Ringo Starr records, 1973’s Ringo and 1974’s Goodnight Vienna, on 180-gram vinyl … Jethro Tull‘s Heavy Horses turns 40 next year, so Parlophone is reissuing it February 9; the New Shoes Edition boxed set features three CDs and two DVDs of studio and live recordings and lots more … Last but certainly not least: Out January 19 is Ceremony And Devotion (Loma Vista), a live double album from MAGNET faves Ghost recorded during the Swedish metal mavens’ world tour last year.

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