List of 2019 albums

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The following is a list of albums released or scheduled for release in 2019.

For additional information about bands formed, reformed, disbanded, or on hiatus, for deaths of musicians, and for links to musical awards, see 2019 in music.

First quarter[edit]

January[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
January
4
Legion of the Damned Slaves of the Shadow Realm Thrash metal, death metal, black metal Napalm [1]
January
11
Born of Osiris The Simulation Progressive metalcore Sumerian [2]
Gnash We Atlantic [3]
The Kentucky Headhunters Live at the Ramblin' Man Fair Alligator [4]
Randy Houser Magnolia Country Stoney Creek [5]
Soilwork Verkligheten Melodic death metal Nuclear Blast [6]
January
15
Falz Moral Instruction Hip hop, Afrobeat Bahd Guys Records [7]
January
17
Christina Perri Songs for Carmella: Lullabies & Sing-a-Longs [8]
January
18
Alice Merton Mint Dance-pop Paper Planes [9]
Cody Johnson Ain't Nothin' to It Country Warner Music Nashville [10]
Cub Sport Cub Sport Cub Sport [11]
Fever 333 Strength in Numb333rs 333 Wreckords Crew, Roadrunner [12]
Flotsam and Jetsam The End of Chaos Thrash metal AFM [13]
Future The Wizrd Epic, Freebandz Entertainment [14]
James Blake Assume Form Pop Polydor, Republic [15]
Maggie Rogers Heard It in a Past Life Pop, folk, dance Debay, Capitol, Universal [16]
Mike Posner A Real Good Kid Island [17]
Papa Roach Who Do You Trust? Hard rock, rap rock, alternative rock, pop rock, electronic rock Eleven Seven Music [18]
Ronnie Milsap Ronnie Milsap: The Duets [19]
Steve Gunn The Unseen in Between Matador [20]
January
24
Julia Michaels Inner Monologue Part 1 Republic [21]
Weezer Weezer (Teal Album) Pop rock, synth-pop Atlantic, Crush [22]
January
25
Backstreet Boys DNA RCA, K-Bahn [23]
Bethel Music Victory Bethel [24]
Boogie Everything's for Sale Hip hop, jazz rap Shady, Interscope [25]
Bring Me the Horizon Amo Pop rock, electronic rock, electropop, alternative rock Sony Music, RCA [26]
The Dandy Warhols Why You So Crazy Dine Alone [27]
Dave Keuning Prismism Alternative rock Pretty Faithful [28]
Dawn Richard New Breed Alternative R&B [29]
Fedez Paranoia Airlines Pop punk, pop-rap Sony Music [30]
Jack & Jack A Good Friend Is Nice Pop Island, Universal [31]
Michael Franti & Spearhead Stay Human, Vol. II [32]
Mike Krol Power Chords Merge [33]
The Neal Morse Band The Great Adventure Radiant Records, Metal Blade [34]
Rival Sons Feral Roots Blues rock, hard rock Low Country Sound, Atlantic [35]
Rudimental Toast to Our Differences Asylum, Atlantic, Warner [36]
Skunk Anansie 25Live@25 Republic of Music Records [37]
Terror Jr Unfortunately, Terror Jr Pop Atlantic, EFFESS [38]
Trevor Horn Reimagines the Eighties BMG [39]

February[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
February
1
American Authors Seasons [40]
Avantasia Moonglow Symphonic power metal Nuclear Blast [41]
Beirut Gallipoli 4AD [42]
Brian Cadd Silver City Ambition Entertainment [43]
Broods Don't Feed the Pop Monster Neon Gold, Island, UMA [44]
Cassadee Pope Stages Country pop Awake Music [45]
Girlpool What Chaos Is Imaginary Anti- [46]
Guided by Voices Zeppelin Over China Guided by Voices Inc. [47]
Highasakite Uranium Heart Propeller [48]
Ladytron Ladytron Electropop !K7 [49]
Luis Fonsi Vida Universal Music Latino [50]
Nina Nesbitt The Sun Will Come Up, the Seasons Will Change Pop , R&B Cooking Vinyl [51]
White Lies Five Post-punk, dark wave, new wave, gothic rock PIAS [52]
Within Temptation Resist Heavy metal Vertigo, Spinefarm [53]
February
8
Ariana Grande Thank U, Next Pop, R&B, trap Republic [54]
LCD Soundsystem Electric Lady Sessions Dance-punk, new wave, synth-pop, alternative dance DFA, Columbia [55]
Meghan Trainor The Love Train Epic [56]
February
15
Avril Lavigne Head Above Water Rock, pop rock BMG [57]
Betty Who Betty [58]
Chaka Khan Hello Happiness Funk, R&B, dance Diary, Island [59]
Florida Georgia Line Can't Say I Ain't Country Big Machine [60]
Hayes Carll What It Is Dualtone [61]
Homeshake Helium [62]
India Arie Worthy [63]
Rotting Christ The Heretics [64]
RY X Unfurl Infectious [65]
Tedeschi Trucks Band Signs Fantasy, Concord [66]
February
22
Badflower OK, I'm Sick Big Machine [67]
Candlemass The Door to Doom Epic doom metal Napalm [68]
Dream Theater Distance over Time Progressive metal Inside Out Music [69]
Gunna Drip or Drown 2 Hip hop, trap YSL, 300 Entertainment [70]
Hilltop Hoods The Great Expanse Australian hip hop Universal Music Australia [71]
Julia Jacklin Crushing Polyvinyl [72]
Kehlani While We Wait Atlantic, TSNMI [73]
Last in Line II Frontiers [74]
Lil Pump Harverd Dropout SoundCloud rap Warner Bros., Tha Lights Global [75]
Michael W. Smith Awaken: The Surrounded Experience Contemporary worship music Rocketown, The Fuel [76]
Offset Father of 4 Hip hop, trap Motown, Quality Control [77]
Overkill The Wings of War Thrash metal Nuclear Blast [78]
Rock Goddess This Time [79]
Uffie Tokyo Love Hotel [80]

March[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
March
1
2 Chainz Rap or Go to the League Hip hop, trap Gamebread, Def Jam [81]
Anteros When We Land [82]
Bryan Adams Shine a Light Polydor [83]
Demon Hunter Peace Alternative metal Solid State [84]
Demon Hunter War Metalcore, alternative metal Solid State [84]
Gary Clark Jr. This Land Warner Bros. [85][86]
Hozier Wasteland, Baby! Rubyworks, Island [87]
In Flames I, the Mask Melodic death metal, alternative metal, groove metal Eleven Seven, Nuclear Blast [88]
The Japanese House Good at Falling Dirty Hit [89]
Pond Tasmania Spinning Top, Interscope [90]
Queensrÿche The Verdict Heavy metal, progressive metal Century Media [91]
Solange When I Get Home R&B, jazz, psychedelic soul, funk Columbia [92]
Tom Walker What a Time to Be Alive Relentless [93]
Weezer Weezer (Black Album) Pop rock, power pop, electropop Atlantic, Crush [94]
While She Sleeps So What? Metalcore, alternative metal, nu metal, punk rock Spinefarm, Sleeps Brothers [95]
March
8
Amanda Palmer There Will Be No Intermission Cooking Vinyl [96]
David Gray Gold in a Brass Age IHT [97]
Dido Still on My Mind BMG [98]
Foals Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 1 Indie rock, dance-rock Transgressive, Warner Bros. [99]
Gesaffelstein Hyperion Alternative R&B Columbia [100]
James Morrison You're Stronger Than You Know Stanley Park Records [101]
Juice Wrld Death Race for Love Hip hop Interscope [102]
Maren Morris Girl Columbia Nashville [103]
Sasami Sasami Domino [104]
Sigrid Sucker Punch Pop, electropop, synth-pop Island [105]
Tesla Shock UMe [106]
March
15
The Cinematic Orchestra To Believe Electronic, downtempo, nu jazz, modern classical Ninja Tune, Domino [107]
Dan Sultan Aviary Takes Liberation [108]
Jack Savoretti Singing to Strangers BMG [109][110]
Joanne Shaw Taylor Reckless Heart Blues Silvertone, Sony Music [111][112]
Karen O and Danger Mouse Lux Prima BMG [113]
Sophie Ellis-Bextor The Song Diaries EBGB's, Cooking Vinyl [114]
Matmos Plastic Anniversary Experimental Thrill Jockey [115]
March
22
Avey Tare Cows on Hourglass Pond Domino [116]
Dean Lewis A Place We Knew Island Australia [117]
Megadeth Warheads on Foreheads UMe [118]
Nesli Vengo in pace [119]
Rich the Kid The World Is Yours 2 Interscope [120]
March
29
Ben Platt Sing to Me Instead Atlantic [121]
Billie Eilish When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? Darkroom, Interscope [122]
The Black Sorrows Citizen John Bloodlines [123]
Devin Townsend Empath Heavy metal Sony Music, HevyDevy, Inside Out Music [124]
George Strait Honky Tonk Time Machine Country MCA Nashville, Universal [125]
I Prevail Trauma Fearless [126]
Whitechapel The Valley Metal Blade [127]
TBA Ligabue Start Zoo Aperto, F&P Music Hub, Warner [128][129]

Second quarter[edit]

April[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
April
5
Circa Waves What's It Like Over There? PIAS, Prolifica [130]
Khalid Free Spirit [131]
Reba McEntire Stronger Than the Truth Country Big Machine [132]
Russell Morris Black and Blue Heart [133]
Sara Bareilles Amidst the Chaos Epic [134]
April
12
Anderson .Paak Ventura [135]
Andy Black The Ghost of Ohio Lava, Republic [136]
Glen Hansard This Wild Willing Anti- [137]
LSD Labrinth, Sia & Diplo Present... LSD Columbia [138]
Sara Storer Raindance Country ABC Music, Universal Music Australia [139]
April
19
Cage the Elephant Social Cues RCA [140]
Jade Bird Jade Bird Glassnote [141][142]
Lizzo Cuz I Love You Atlantic, Nice Life [143]
April
26
Alan Parsons The Secret Frontiers [144]
Amon Tobin Fear in a Handful of Dust Nomark [145]
BBMak TBA [146]
Catfish and the Bottlemen The Balance Indie rock Island, Capitol [147]
The Cranberries In the End Alternative rock BMG [148]
Foxygen Seeing Other People Jagjaguwar [149]
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard Fishing for Fishies Flightless [150]
Marina Love + Fear Atlantic [151]
The Mountain Goats In League with Dragons Merge [152]
Nick Murphy Run Fast Sleep Naked Downtown [153]
Rob Thomas Chip Tooth Smile Pop rock Atlantic [154]
TBA Pink Hurts 2B Human RCA [155][156]
Rammstein TBA [157]

May[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
May
3
Big Thief U.F.O.F. Indie rock, folk rock 4AD [158]
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes End of Suffering International Death Cult [159]
Judah & the Lion Pep Talks Caroline, Cletus the Van Records [160][161]
Ruby Fields Permanent Hermit UNIFIED, Ruby Fields [162][163]
Vampire Weekend Father of the Bride Columbia [164]
May
10
Jamila Woods Legacy! Legacy! Jagjaguwar [165]
Mac DeMarco Here Comes the Cowboy Mac's Record Label [166]
Whitesnake Flesh & Blood Frontiers [167]
May
17
Conrad Sewell Life 300 Entertainment, Sony Music Australia [168]
Frenship Vacation [169]
Lewis Capaldi Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent Vertigo Berlin, Virgin EMI [170]
The Heavy Sons BMG [171]
The National I Am Easy to Find 4AD [172]
May
24
Pronoun I'll Show You Stronger Rhyme & Reason [173]
May
31
Jimmy Barnes My Criminal Record Bloodlines [174]
Susan Boyle Ten Operatic pop Syco, Sony Music Australia, Columbia [175][176]
TBA DJ Khaled Father of Asahd We the Best, Epic [177]

June[edit]

Release Date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
June
14
Baroness Gold & Grey Abraxan Hymns [178]
June
21
Hatchie Keepsake [179].
June
28
Hellyeah TBA [180]

Third quarter[edit]

July[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
July
26
Mini Mansions Guy Walks Into a Bar... Capitol [181].

August[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
August
9
Slipknot TBA Roadrunner [182]

September[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
TBA Pixies TBA [183]

Fourth quarter[edit]

October[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
TBA Alter Bridge TBA [184]

November[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
November
22
Tiziano Ferro TBA Virgin [185]

Unscheduled and TBA[edit]

Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
The 1975 Notes on a Conditional Form Dirty Hit, Polydor [186]
Aaron Lewis TBA [187]
Adele TBA [188][189]
Annihilator TBA [190]
Ashley Tisdale Symptoms Big Noise [191]
Bastille Doom Days [192]
The Black Sorrows Citizen John Mushroom [193]
Body Count Carnivore [194]
Cardi B TBA [195]
Carly Rae Jepsen TBA [196]
Coldplay TBA Parlophone [197]
Foals Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 2 [99]
Hootie & the Blowfish TBA UMG Nashville [198]
Iggy Azalea In My Defense Bad Dreams, Empire [199]
John Farnham TBA [200]
Korn TBA [201]
Lana Del Rey Norman Fucking Rockwell [202]
Life of Agony TBA [203]
Madga Davitt No Mud No Lotus [204]
Madonna TBA [205]
Mark Ronson Late Night Feelings [206]
Melanie Martinez TBA [207]
Migos Culture III Quality Control [208]
Miley Cyrus TBA [209]
Noah Kahan TBA [210][211]
Normani TBA Keep Cool, RCA [212]
Opeth TBA [213]
Prong TBA [214]
Puddle of Mudd TBA [215]
The Raconteurs TBA Third Man [216]
Rihanna TBA [217]
Rob Zombie TBA [218]
Sabrina Carpenter Singular: Act II [219]
Sacred Reich TBA Metal Blade [220]
Sheryl Crow TBA [221]
Sia TBA [222]
Skid Row TBA [223]
Sleater-Kinney TBA [224]
Sodom TBA [225]
Tame Impala TBA [226]
Testament TBA [227]
Tim McGraw TBA [228]
Tool TBA [229]
Tora Tora TBA [230]
The Veronicas TBA Sony Music Australia [231]
Westlife TBA Virgin EMI [232]
The Who TBA UMG [233]

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