Friday New Releases – July 3, 2020

Happy July 4th Weekend.  Man, this country needs to celebrate something because right now, there hasn’t been much worth celebrating.  This country is more fractured than ever, hopefully the rise of protests will actually bring some much needed and long overdue change.  We will see.  Anyway, back to the music.  There aren’t many releases this week because usually releasing around a holiday isn’t good for sales, but no one told these artists.  There is only one I am actually interested in (in Blue) and hopefully there is something for you. Tell me what you want to hear and what I missed.  Thanks and have a great weekend!!

  • download-11  Trapt – Shadow Work – (Crash Collide):  This California based rock band is back on their 8th album and I have followed them off and on through all their line-up changes and they still have the lead singer and bass player as original members which I am good with.  It is solid, modern rock and something great to have on when I need something a little heavy. Looking foward to see what they bring to the table this time around after 4 years since the last one.

  • A1qn0cDqM4L._SX522_  Willie Nelson – First Rose of Spring – (Sony Music):  Willie is back!!  That is enough for me.  I might get around to this one when I have time as he as earned that.

  • 81N5s9Sl1TL._SS500_  Bury Tomorrow – Cannibal – (Music for Nations)

  • 81QN8Rk0ViL._SS500_.jpg  Sidewalk Prophets – The Things That Got Us Here – (Curb/Word Entertainment)

25 thoughts on “Friday New Releases – July 3, 2020

  1. I liked Back Off when it came out but have not thought of Trapt since.
    Maybe that is the reason they went off on what comes across as a hate filled tirade on social media. Trying to regain interest in any way possible I guess.

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    1. Well that is interesting. I hate when artist do that. Starving for attention. After listening to Trapt this morning, it won’t win over new friends. They used to rock, but this doesn’t come close. I guess they do have something to be angry about after hearing this.

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  2. Bandcamp is waiving fees again today. This means every $ you spend goes directly to the artists.
    You can go to Bandcamp, enter the genre you like and choose from thousands of bands throughout the world.

    P.S. Happy 4th of July to all my American brethren.

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