Tuesday’s New Album Releases…

Tuesday’s New Album Releases…

As of today, February 8th, we’re pleased to announce a few killer albums that have just been released! This week we have The Supervillains new release Postcards From Paradise & Lionize’ Destruction Manual that are now available for sale!You can pick these albums up on iTunes or wherever most albums are sold! If theres a release that came out today that we forgot about, drop us a comment here or let us know by posting freely in our Pier Forum

The Supervillains – Postcards From Paradise

The Supervillains have self-released Postcards from Paradise, their fifth full-length studio album and first to appear on the band’s new imprint, Rah Rah Records. They have teamed up with rock producer Brett Hestla (Framing Handley, Virgos Merlot) to craft an album that is straight to the point, capitalizing on the band’s knack for writing honest, relatable songs and highlighting the unit’s growth and musicianship. Postcards is a 14-song, 50-minute time-bomb that comes at you from multiple angles; culminating with the monster title-track, representing a fresh take for a band that has constantly evolved its sound from the beginning.

[Read The Pier’s official Album Review for this album as reviewed by Amber McDonald, by clicking HERE.
You may also view Amber’s interview w/ drummer, Dominic Maresco, by clicking HERE]

Lionize – Destruction Manual

This twelve-song LP calls to mind classic reggae and rock albums with a decidedly modern spin. The band’s foundation on drums and bass are LaMel Randolgh and Henry Upton who hint at a rock-and-roll version of Sly and Robbie joined with the classic scorching Hammond organ and key sounds from Chris Brooks and the commanding guitar and vocal work of Nathan Bergman. Reggae heavyweights David Hinds and Selwyn Brown of Steel Pulse lend their vocal talents on the track Killers and Crooks as well as stalwart guitar work from Tim Sult of Clutch who also lends his talents throughout this record.

[Read The Pier’s official Album Review for this album as reviewed by Matt Emodi, by clicking HERE.
You may also view Matt’s interview w/Lionize, by clicking HERE]