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Albums Out This Week: The Decemberists, Ne-Yo, Fall Out Boy, Lupe Fiasco, Enter Shikari + More

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Here are a group of the hottest album releases of the week.

Albums Out This Week: The Decemberists, Ne-Yo, Fall Out Boy, Lupe Fiasco, Enter Shikari + More

2015 is shaping up to be a massive year in music. We've already seen a batch of new releases, this week we have a new crew of artists unleashing their brand new material. 

Some indie and alternative rock acts who The Decemberists,Sleater Kinney and Fall Out Boy are releasing new discs. 

Over on the Hip-Hop and R&B end we have Joey Bada$$ and Ne-Yo unveiling new albums. 

The wild card this week is UK metal act Enter Shikari who have already released their brand new effort. 

Check out our full list of awesome albums this week and stay tuned for our new list of upcoming albums next week!

The Decemberists - What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World

The indie folk rock band from Oregon returns in great style with their seventh studio album. Following the latest single release, "Make you Better", the album What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World dropped on January 20th, with 14 tracks. An exciting world tour announcement followed, mainly in Northern European countries but we'll be patiently waiting in the states.

Joey Bad$$ - B4.Da.$$

B4.Da.$$ is (pronounced "Before Da Money", in case you didn't know.) It is the debut album of Brooklyn hip-hop artist Joey Bad$$. Dropped on Jan. 20th, the album was preceded by five singles, out from August 8th. The album includes of the 15 tracks along with 2 bonus tracks. The production and art direction feature Pro Era members. Check out the first single, "Big Dusty."

Ne-Yo - Non-Fiction

Non-fiction will come out on the January 27th. The sixth Studio album by notable singer/songwriter Ne-Yo includes 14 tracks and features American rappers Jeezy and Juicy J. It has been anticipated by two singles, "Money Can’t Buy" and "She Knows."

Sleater-Kinney - No Cities to Love

The eighth studio album by Sleater Kinney breaks the nine year long silence of the trio, with a brand new style. The new effort was released on the 20th of January, the reunion album includes 10 tracks, completely reinvented, and can now be purchased on iTunes and in retails.

Viet Cong - Viet Cong

The eponymous debut album by Canadian Indie band Viet Cong dropped January 20th. The seven track album is the official debut for the rock band, and follows the release of the first single "Continental Shelf."

Fall Out Boy - American Beauty/American Psycho

Released on the 16th of February by Island River, the seventh studio album by American rock band follows grandly their 2013 comeback album Save Rock and Roll. AB/AP is preceded by the release single "Centuries." The title single was also released, and received a radio premiere in November 2014. Following the release, the band has announced a UK tour.

Lupe Fiasco - Tetsuo & Youth

Tetsuo & Youth is the fifth studio album by American rapper Lupe Fiasco. Released on January 20th by Atlantic Records, the album was previewed in November by the single Crack, although it was ultimately not released, featuring Chris Brown.

Enter Shikari - The Mindsweep

The Mindsweep is the fourth studio album of British band Enter Shikari. Released on January 19th, the album was previewed by the single "The Last Garrison," followed by the second single release, "Anesthetists."

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