The 19-track sophomore album is dark, rambling, and often brilliant.
The bizarre record was inspired by an old Italian children’s book called The Rainbow Goblins.
“We are getting close to the release of the album,” tweeted Alexis Rivera of Echo Park Records.
Beyoncé started the trend, Frank Ocean’s keeping it going, and others will follow.
The elusive artist will release Boys Don’t Cry later than intended — and he doesn’t need to apologize.
Participating record stores worldwide celebrated the physical release of the band’s latest record.
Radiohead set a precedent for other bands to follow, but only they can truly pull it off.
Plus, hear the brilliantly titled first single, “Chicken n Dump”.
Aly Spaltro is back, and she’s more powerful than ever.
The album was completed mere hours before its release.
Complete with some extra trippy album artwork.