Take a look at some of the new releases for Tuesday, July 6.
Released as a free download via the band's website on June 1, How to Destroy Angels is the debut EP by the post-industrial group fronted by Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor and his wife, Mariqueen Maandig.
The ninth studio album by Spanish singer/songwriter /heartthrob and third child of Julio, Enrique Iglesias. On his first bilingual album, Iglesias welcomes guest appearances by Akon, Usher and Pitbull.
Under the guidance (and, influence) of will.i.am, Kelis strays from her urban roots, releasing a dance-pop/electronica record to critical acclaim.
Poison's lead singer and reality TV star/brain hemorrhage survivor Bret Michaels returns with an appropriately titled solo record. Delayed due to Michaels' health issues, the resilient glam rocker teams up with Miley Cyrus for the album's first single, "Nothing to Lose."
The Australian pop diva Kylie Minogue releases her 11th studio album (and, first in three years). Revisiting her dancehall roots, Minogue taps members of Keane and Scissor Sisters for songwriting help on Aphrodite.
Screamo kids from the Bay area -- fronted by Layla Allman (the youngest daughter of legendary classic rocker Gregg Allman) -- release their MTV-friendly debut.