What Are Your Most Anticipated Releases For 2013?

artist: misc date: 11/30/2012 category: ug news
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What Are Your Most Anticipated Releases For 2013?
As those of you who have being paying attention to your calendars will know, we're getting closer and closer to the end of 2012. She has been a good year, and we will miss her fondly. But, there are positives to seeing the back of 2012. Namely, that you, the Ultimate-Guitar faithful, get to contribute to putting together some crackin' best of 2012 lists, as well as looking forward to all the musical goodness that next year is set to offer. We'll be asking you about your favorite albums and tracks of 2012 in the near future. But today, we want to know what releases you are most looking forward to in 2013. A large number of rock and metal acts have been teasing the prospect of new releases next year, with Pearl Jam, Black Sabbath and many others promising albums. But what are the discs that you are salivating the most over? And, just as importantly, which are the albums that you would rathe floss with 2 year old guitar strings than listen to? The lists don't have to be restricted to rock and metal mind you. If, for example, there is an independent Bolivian folk trio, whose promise of a new release has you making noises like Meg Ryan in When Harry Met Sally, then we want to know about it! Comment on this article with your suggestions and then we'll compile them all together in to one of those list things that we often do.
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