Welcome to our weekly playlist of the best new rock music streams from around the web.
Joe Satriani is back with the first single from his forthcoming album, and emo legends Jimmy Eat World have posted the first preview from their new album which has been recorded exclusively to analog tape. It's great to hear more of this trend of recording to tape like the classic records, which is something Dave Grohl has been pushing with his great "Sound City" movie.
Further down we have some insanely heavy music for you; Immolation and F--king Invincible showcase two songs from opposite ends of the heavy spectrum, one being death metal and one being hardcore punk. Which flavor do you prefer?
For those who prefer their musical meat with a tender middle, try the streams from Daylight or Wolf Alice which both bring back memories of the '90s in a good way.
Let us know what you enjoy most in the comments, and as always, we love to hear your new music tips in the comments so feel free to share YouTube links.
Joe Satriani "A Door Into Summer"
The first single from his new album "Unstoppable Momentum" which is due on May 7. Catch this YouTube preview before his label takes it down, they seem to be playing whack-a-mole with these streams at the moment.
Jimmy Eat World "I Will Steal You Back"
The emo kings return with this preview from their new album "Damage" which will be out on June 11. They've done a Dave Grohl manoeuvre and recorded the whole thing to analog tape, which gives the recording a great live vibe.
The Black Dahlia Murder "Into the Everblack"
Finally they tackle the tragic murder story that inspired their band name. "This one is for the fans. They've been asking for this to happen for a long time," says vocalist Trevor Strand.
Ghost B.C. "Monstrance Clocks"
The first single from their new album sounds pretty good, but the full album stream promoted mixed reviews from UG readers. What do you think?
Another stream of flawless death metal from their ninth album "Kingdom Of Conspiracy" due on May 14.
Daylight "Youngest Daughter"
Great post-hardcore that could have come straight from the year 2000. Guitarist and songwriter Taylor Madison says it's about his youngest sister who is battling heroin addiction at the age of only 19.
Memory Garden "Daughters of the Sea"
Heavy metal with big tenor vocals. Watch out Queensryche!
Wolf Alice "Bros"
Not as cool as their Nirvana inspired single "Fluffy," but this band are rising fast in the UK and certainly ones to watch as a big name for the future.
F--king Invincible "Downtown is Dead"
Traditional hardcore punk from Providence, Rhode Island. The singer used to be in Daughters who were probably one of the heaviest punk bands on the planet until splitting a few years ago.