Warner Brothers will issue The Flaming Lips‘ The Terror in both CD and 2LP formats on April 2. The album is the band’s thirteenth studio effort.
Megaforce Records have Anthems from Anthrax on the board for release on March 19.
7Brothers Records will release Black Out The Sun from Sevendust on March 26.
Nonesuch Records will release Nomad from Bombino in both CD and LP formats on April 2.
Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor from Rob Zombie is scheduled April 23 via T-Boy Records.
Second Coming from Stryper will feature re-recorded Stryper tracks. The new album is expected on March 26.
Good news for fans of Lycia. The band’s ground-breaking Cold album is being reissued on vinyl LP, with a spring date (hopefully in April).
Spitfire from LeAnn Rimes is planned for April 30 via Curb Records.
RCA Records have Girl Who Got Away, the latest album from Dido, on the calendar for March 26. CD, Deluxe Edition.
Rounder Records have Love Has Come For You from Steve Martin and Edie Brickell coming on April 23. CD, LP.
The 10th Anniversary Edition of Give Up from Sub Pop artists, The Postal Service is expected on April 9. The 2CD set will feature the original album, fifteen bonus tracks and two brand new cuts.
Cherry Red Records have State from Todd Rundgren on the slate for April 9.
The End Records will release a Petula Clark album called Lost In You, on April 2. This latest album will feature new songs and covers including a new version of “Downtown”.
Radiation 13 from Marillion is expected on March 26.
Epitaph Records will issue My Shame Is True from Alkaline Trio on April 2.
Friday Music will release a vinyl LP version of Going For The One by Yes on March 19.
Cherry Red will release She Paints Words In Red from House of Love on April 9.
And finally, Cat King Cole Records will release a collected set of early, very early Ronnie Dio as he fronted Ronnie Dio and The Prophets. The set, The Early Years, features 28 tracks, and will release on March 12.