New Releases 1/11/19 at Mills Record Company
Victim of a New Disease is a return to the aggressive edgy roots for New England Metal legends All That Remains. Having sold over 1.5million albums to date this new album will please old fans and new fans.
Reissued for the 10th Anniversary on standard black heavy weight vinyl, Matt and Kim's "Grand" stands out as the album that catapulted them into the mainstream with their hit single "Daylight".
"Grandfeatures not only some of the band's most personal lyrics, but also some of its most universal. " - Pitchfork
Debut EP from 19 year old Norwegian indie pop star released for the first time on vinyl. Originally released digitally in May 2017, the six song EP features the singles “Everytime” and “Dance, Baby.” Limited pressing will be on 140g white vinyl.
Soy Pablo is the sophomore EP from Boy Pablo, Norway’s new indie pop sensation, now available on vinyl. Originally released digitally in October 2018, the seven song EP features “Sick Feeling” and “Losing You.” Limited pressing will be on 140g light blue vinyl.
Metro Boomin will release his recent album NOT ALL HEROES WEAR CAPES via Boominati Worldwide/Republic Records. The project debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 Chart. Metro is lauded as one of the most respected producers in the hip hop world and on this album, he taps in some of the biggest names in music to lend their voices to his epic production. Notable features include Travis Scott, 21 Savage, Young Thug, Swae Lee, Offset and more!
Buoyed by the smashing success of his recent trio of EPs – The Monologue, The Paradox and The Boy Who Cried Freedom – Nigerian-born British singer-songwriter Jacob Banks released his eagerly awaited full album debut, Village, on Interscope Records. Jacob’s powerful vocals and genre-bending style quickly received widespread praise everywhere from Billboard, The FADER, Complex, Interview, PAPER and NYLON, and TIME Magazine. This fall Jacob will embark on the Village worldwide tour.
Country singer and songwriter Randy Houser was born and raised in Lak, Mississippi, where his love of music was apparent even as a young child. Houser starterd fronting bands when he was around 13 years old and continued playing local gigs all the way through high school. Magnolia is his first new full length since 2016's "Fired Up".