Fall Out Boy, Marilyn Manson, Sleater-Kinney & More Releasing Albums Today

Image Courtesy of Island Records/DCD2 RecordsToday, January 20, is the first big day of rock music releases of 2015. Fall Out Boy, Marilyn Manson, Sleater-Kinney, The Decemberists and Belle and Sebastian all have new albums arriving today.

Fall Out Boy's American Beauty/American Psycho is the band's sixth album, and their first since their 2013 comeback effort, Save Rock and Roll. The record features the anthemic single "Centuries," as well as the hit "Irresistible" and The Munsters-sampling track "Uma Thurman."

The Pale Emperor, Marilyn Manson's ninth album, comes on the heels of 2012's Born Villain, led by singles "Third Day of a Seven Day Binge" and "Deep Six." Manson told NME that he hasn't felt this confident about one of his albums since 2000's Holy Wood (in the Shadow of the Valley of Death).

The newly reunited Sleater-Kinney release their first album in 10 years with No Cities to Love. S-K announced they would be ending their nearly decade-long hiatus late last year. Last week, the band released the video for "No Cities to Love," featuring cameos from My Chemical Romance's Gerard Way and Carrie Brownstein's Portlandia co-star Fred Armisen singing along to the title-track.

Today is not only the release date of The Decemberists' seventh studio album, What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World, it's also officially "The Decemberists Day" in the band's hometown of Portland, Oregon. Portland mayor Charlie Hales will present the band with an official proclamation, followed by a Decemberists performance at City Hall.

Finally, Belle and Sebastian round out the January 20 releases with Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance. The new album will be the Scottish band's first since 2010's Belle and Sebastian Talk About Love.

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