Two albums, one from a veteran heavy rock act and the latest from one of rock's most promising newer outfits, arrive in stores on Friday (October 21st). First up is Korn's The Serenity Of Suffering, which is the 12th studio album from the veteran California act and first since 2013's The Paradigm Shift. The album marks a shift back toward the heavier sound of the band's early records, with Rolling Stone calling it "possibly their heaviest album ever" but adding that it's hampered by songwriting that is "Korn-by-numbers."
Meanwhile, The Pretty Reckless issue their third studio album, Who You Selling For, on Friday as well. The new disc will follow up 2014's breakthrough Going To Hell, which yielded three Number One rock hits in "Heaven Knows," "Follow Me Down" and "Messed Up World." The first single from Who You Selling For, called "Take Me Down," arrived in August and vaulted to Number One on the rock radio chart.