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The Kerrang! Chart: The best new music this week

The ultimate new music countdown – every Friday!

The Kerrang! Chart: The best new music this week
Kerrang! staff

Every Friday, you get bombarded with new music. To make it easier to get on board with the most killer stuff, we've digested it all, and curated the ultimate weekly chart.

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New highlights

While She Sleeps – SELF HELL

Bingo bango! Sleeps hit Ally Pally reeeeally soon. Loz has already told us it's gonna be a banger, and he's never lied before. They've underlined his promise here, with this massive firing pistol for their new album of the same name, out next March. Which is ages away, but what a way to kick it off.

Don Broco – Birthday Party

Don Broco gigs are like a birthday party with less cake. One year, though, Rob Damiani had a proper shit birthday bash that nobody came to, which puts us in mind of that episode of The Inbetweeners with the French lad and the dinner party. Anyway, that's probably not happening again, and he got a cracking song out of it, so that's the real present. Or something.

Poppy – Motorbike

Motorbike is poppy as fuck (as in, it's very her and it's got big pop energy), deftly perfecting the art of the floor-filler while also giving you the nod that any second she'll just release something really noisy. Good old Poppy.

The Kerrang! Chart

1. While She Sleeps – SELF HELL
2. Don Broco – Birthday
3. Poppy – Motorbike
4. Twin Temple – Be A Slut (Do What You Want)
6. Magnolia Park – Animal
7. ††† – Light As A Feather
8. Twin Atlantic – Stuck In A Car With You
9. Gunship feat. Carpenter Brut, Gavin Rossdale – DooM Dance
10. Casey – Puncture Wounds To Heaven
11. Lonely The Brave – Victim
12. Tropic Gold – DTTTH
13. FIDLAR – Nudge
14. RILE – Stone Tapes
15. END – The Sin Of Human Frailty
16. NOBRO – Where My Girls At
17. Chris Shiflett – Overboard
19. Goat – Join The Resistance
20. Ex Everything – The Reduction Of Human Life To An Economic Unit

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