3 Albums Out This Week 6/17/2024

3 New Albums Out This Week You Should Listen to Now: Ulcerate, Fax Gang & Parannoul, and salvia palth

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There’s so much good music out in the ether that sometimes it’s difficult to parse through all of it. Every week The Daily Music Report will do the hard work for you and highlight the best releases available on streaming services.

This week we’re highlighting new music from Ulcerate, Fax Gang & Parannoul, and salvia palth.

Ulcerate – Cutting the Throat of God

New Zealand’s unorthodox death metal legends Ulcerate have released their mind-bending seventh album, Cutting the Throat of God. Building on the melodic direction of their acclaimed 2020 album Stare Into Death and Be Still, the new record merges visceral death/black metal with inventive experimentation and compelling hooks. Guitarist Michael Hoggard and drummer Jamie Saint Merat showcase their formidable synergy, delivering the band’s most well-produced work yet, featuring smooth transitions, staggering riffs, and dynamic vocals from Paul Kelland. The album explores themes of moral rupture and the descent into darkness, creating a uniquely powerful and addictive listening experience.

Standout Songs: To Flow Through Ashen Hearts, The Dawn is Hollow, To See Death Just Once


Cutting the Throat of God

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Fax Gang & Parannoul – Scattersun

Scattersun, by Fax Gang and Parannoul, is a groundbreaking album produced entirely through text chat, blending intense strains of electronica with diverse genres like breakcore, cloud rap, and pop. Despite never meeting in person, the artists have created a cohesive project that expands on their previous collaboration, Four Walls. The album features carefully layered vocals oscillating between hope and despair, with tracks like ‘Lullaby for a Memory’ and the opener ‘Quiet’ showcasing jarring turns and emotional climaxes. This asynchronous, internet-based creation highlights the artists’ innovative approach and culminates in a compelling, genre-defying work.

Standout Songs: Quiet, Double Blind, Lullaby for a Memory, Scattersun



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salvia palth – last chance to see

New Zealand artist Daniel Johann Lines, known as Salvia Palth, has surprise-released his album last chance to see via Danger Collective Records, marking his first release in 11 years and the follow-up to his 2013 debut, melanchole. The album represents Lines’ most ambitious work, showcasing his growth as a songwriter and producer. Recorded over seven years, it features diverse genres and reflects Lines’ emotional journey, especially following his father’s death in 2020.

Standout Songs: i’m gonna find out, last chance to see, stabbed in the small of the back


last chance to see

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