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New Hard Rock and Metal Releases for July 2010

New releases for July 2010The only thing hotter than the July sun is the scorching hot metal that’s filling retail shelves and digital platforms. July 13 is front loaded with some of the biggest metal releases of the summer season — namely Korn‘s ‘Korn III – Remember Who You Are,’ which was produced by Ross Robinson, who helmed the controls for their first two, genre-defining efforts.

Hellyeah‘s second effort, ‘Stampede,’ is also set to grab the metal bull by the horns and turn every night into a Friday night with its good time, whiskey-marinated anthems. Soilwork offer up ‘The Panic Broadcast,’ with guitarist Peter Wichers back in the band, while In This Moment prove third time could be the charm with ‘A Star Crossed Wasteland.’ Norma Jean deliver repeated steel toes to the nether regions with ‘Meridional,’ possibly their most vicious platter yet.

July 6, 2010
Blood Revolt — ‘Indoctrine’ (Profound Lore)
Helstar — ‘Rising From the Grave’ (Metal Blade)
Pathology — ‘Legacy of the Ancients’ (Victory)
Primordial — ‘Spirit the Earth Aflame Re-Release’ (Metal Blade)
Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza — ‘Danza III: The Series of Unfortunate Events’ (Blackmarket)

July 13, 2010
Hellyeah — ‘Stampede’ (Epic)
In This Moment — ‘A Star Crossed Wasteland’ (Century Media)
Korn III – ‘Remember Who You Are’ (Roadrunner)
Norma Jean — ‘Meridional’ (Razor and Tie)
Soilwork — ‘The Panic Broadcast’ (Nuclear Blast)
Sons of Liberty — ‘Brush-Fires of the Mind’ (Century Media)
Sybreed — ‘The Pulse of Awakening’ (Listenable)
Zoroaster — ‘Matador’ (E1)

July 20, 2010
Allegaeon — ‘Fragments of Form and Function’ (Metal Blade)
Black River — ‘Black ‘N Roll’ (Armoury)
Black Veil Brides — ‘We Stitch These Wounds’ (Standby)
Burning the Masses — ‘Offspring of Time’ (Mediaskare)
The High Confessions — ‘Turning Lead Into Gold’ (Relapse)
Lillian Axe — ‘Deep Red Shadows’ (Love & War)
Mose Giganticus — ‘Gift Horse’ (Relapse)

July 27, 2010
Brutal Truth — ‘No Need to Control Re-Release’ (Earache)
Decrepit Birth — ‘Polarity’ (Nuclear Blast)
Insidious Disease — ‘Shadowcast’ (Century Media)
King James — ‘The Fall Re-Release’ (Retroactive)
Proghma-C — ‘Bar-do Travel’ (Armoury)

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