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Big names will put an end to long musical silences, other stars will want to confirm their place in the firmament of rock: here are the foreign albums that we can't wait to hear in the coming months.
Rush, January 20
Are the saviors of rock Italian? The winners of Eurovision 2021 are already beasts of the stage. If their new album is to measure up, the world will be theirs.
Queen of Me , February 3
The Canadian country pop star is not a regular in the studio. Queen of Mewill only be the sixth album in a career that began in 1993, which gives it an eventful character.
< p>This Is Why, February 10
Now that the members of the American trio have been able to go about their own projects, it's time to revive Paramore. Good news: the first two excerpts are exciting.
Trustfall< /em>, February 17
The reckless singer was inspired by the difficult times she went through to create, in her words, “the best album I have ever made”. This is called setting the bar high.
Cracker Island, February 24
Recognized for knowing how to surround himself well, Damon Albarn has this time called on Stevie Nicks, Tame Impala, Bad Bunny and Beck for this promising new adventure of his real-fake virtual group.
Lana Del Rey
Did You Know That There's A Tunnel Under Ocean BLVD, March 10
The vaporous and melancholy title track announces a Lana Del Rey faithful to her musical roots. In a world where everything seems to get the hell out of here, this kind of comfort is more than welcome.
72 SeasonsApril 14
As if the Black Album era was really just a parenthesis in its career, Metallica announces its return with an excerpt, Lux Æterna, which brings us back to the thrash sound of his debut.
< p>Memento Mori, date to be confirmed
Can the kings of synth-pop recover from the death of Andy Fletcher? The answer will come with the release of Depeche Mode's 15th studio album, sometime in March.
This Is Me… Now, date to be confirmed
< p>His reunion with Ben Affleck would have inspired JLo, who will release a first album since A.K.A., in 2014. Like Depeche Mode, no excerpt has yet been released.
Title and date to be confirmed
No release in 2023 n t is more awaited than this famous ninth album (R9 for those close to you) which has been left to be desired for seven years. By singing Lift Me Up on the soundtrack of the film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Rihanna only tested the patience of her fervent admirers even more.
And the others
We should also discover their new creations in 2023: Grimes, Dua Lipa, Cardi B, Phoebe Bridgers, Selena Gomez, Blink-182 and Avenged Sevenfold.