Classic rock promises plenty of intrigue for 2019, as Billy Joel, Metallica, Keith Richards, Whitesnake, Santana, Heart, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Joe Jackson, REO Speedwagon, Bryan Adams and Altitudes & Attitude – a new band featuring Dave Ellefson and Frank Bello – have already confirmed new albums.

This list of 2019 new music releases also includes projects from Kiss, Ian Hunter, the Doors, Robin Trower, former Genesis members Phil Collins and Anthony Phillips, Bob Mould, John Garcia, the Long Ryders, Claypool Lennon Delirium, and Weezer, among others. Bruce Springsteen, Motley CrueSammy Hagar, Ozzy Osbourne and Robbie Robertson have discussed returning to the studio, as well.

More information on these and other rock releases can be found below. Remember to check back here as this list is continuously updated throughout the year.

Jan. 4
Billy Joel, The Stranger: 40th Anniversary (Japan Deluxe Edition)
John Garcia, And the Band of Gold
Various artists, Make The Music Play Neil Sedaka's Songwriting Gems 1963-1971 [Cliff Richard, Frankie Valli, Billy J. Kramer]

Jan. 11
Big Star, Live On WLIR
The Doors, Waiting For the Sun (50th Anniversary Expanded Edition)
The Kentucky Headhunters, Live at the Ramblin’ Man Fair

Jan. 18
Altitudes & Attitude [Dave Ellefson and Frank Bello], Get It Out
Hunt Sales, Get Your S--- Together
Joe Jackson, Fool
Soul Asylum – While You Were Out; Clam Dip & Other Delights

Jan. 25
Anthony Phillips [Genesis], Seventh Heaven with Andrew Skeet (3CD/1DVD box set)
Deep Purple, the Move, Uriah Heep, Yardbirds, Fleetwood Mac and others, I'm a Freak, Baby: A Further Journey Through the British Heavy Psych and Hard Rock Underground Scene 1968-73 (three-disc set)
Heart, Live in Atlantic City (DVD)
Ides of March, Friendly Strangers: The Warner Bros. Recordings
Kiss, KissWorld: The Best of Kiss
Santana, In Search of Mona Lisa
Walter Trout, Survivor Blues [Robby Krieger]

Feb. 1
Linda Ronstadt, Live in Hollywood (reissue)
Phil Collins, Serious Hits … Live!; A Hot Night In Paris (reissues)

Feb. 8
Bob Mould, Sunshine Rock
Humble Pie, Joint Effort
Metallica, Helping Hands … Live & Acoustic
Robin Trower, The Studio Albums 1973-1983 (10-disc set)

Feb. 15
Long Ryders, Psychedelic Country Soul
Tedeschi Trucks Band, Signs

Feb. 22
Claypool Lennon Delirium, South of Reality
Dream Theater, Distance Over Time
Ian Hunter, From the Knees of My Heart: The Albums 1979-1981 (four-disc set)
John Mayall, Nobody Told Me [Alex Lifeson, Todd Rundgren and Steven Van Zandt]
Last in Line, II
REO Speedwagon, Classic Years 1978-1990 (nine-disc set)
Steve Perry, Traces (Deluxe Edition)
Various Artists, 3 x 4 [Bangles, Dream Syndicate, others]
Zombies, The Complete Studio Recordings (vinyl)

March 1
Bryan Adams, Shine a Light
Collective Soul, Hints Allegations and Things Left Unsaid (reissue)
Gordon Lightfoot, The Complete Singles 1970-1980 (two-disc set)
Queensrÿche, The Verdict
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, The Best of Everything: The Definitive Career Spanning Hits Collection 1976-2016 (two-disc set)
Weezer, Weezer (The Black Album)

March 8
Glenn Shorrock [Little River Band], Glenn Shorrock Sings Little River Band: Live in Studio
Patty Griffin, Patty Griffin [Robert Plant]
Tesla, Shock
Various artists, Joni 75: A Birthday Celebration [James Taylor, Emmylou Harris, Graham Nash]
Whitesnake, Slide It In: The Ultimate Special Edition

March 15
Foreigner, Live at the Rainbow '78 (DVD)
The Alarm, Strength 1985-1986

March 22
The End Machine [Dokken] - The End Machine
Megadeth, Warheads on Foreheads (three-disc anthology)
Randy Bachman, Bachman (DVD)
Robin Trower, Coming Closer to the Day
Van Morrison, The Healing Game (deluxe edition)

March 29
Creedence Clearwater Revival, Creedence Clearwater Revival; Bayou Country (vinyl)
Frank Zappa, Zappa in New York: Deluxe Edition
Jon Anderson, 1,000 Hands
Journey, Live in Japan 2017: 'Escape' + 'Frontiers'
Keith Richards, Talk is Cheap (expanded deluxe-edition)
L.A. Guns, The Devil You Know

April 5
Don Felder, American Rock ’n’ Roll [Slash, Sammy Hagar, Bob Weir, Joe Satriani and Chad Smith]
Various artists, Cleveland Rocks [Meat Loaf, Southside Johnny, Ronnie Spector, Ian Hunter]

April 12
Melissa Etheridge, The Medicine Show

April 19
Ryan Adams, Big Colors [Bob Mould, Benmont Tench, Don Was]

April 26
Alan Parsons, The Secret
Baker Gurvitz Army, Since Beginning: 1974-76 (3CD box)
Cranberries, In the End
Iain Matthews [Fairport Convention], Orphans and Outcasts Vol. I-IV (4CD box)
JJ Cale, Stay Around
Patrick Moraz [Yes], Story of I (remastered)
Van Der Graaf Generator, Aerosol Grey Machine: 50th Anniversary Edition

May 10
The Circle [Sammy Hagar], The Space Between
Paul McCartney, Egypt Station: Traveller's Edition
Whitesnake, Flesh and Blood

May 24
The Fall, Live at Witch Trails (red vinyl; 3CD box); Dragnet (white-splatter vinyl; 3CD box)

TBA / Rumored:
Adler (untitled, details here)
Adrian Belew, Pop-Sided
Bruce Springsteen (untitled, details here)
David Bowie, Spying Through a Keyhole (box set)
Deep Purple (untitled, details here)
Duff McKagan (untitled, details here)
Eagles of Death Metal, Presents Pigeons of S--- Metal
Extreme (untitled, details here)
George Clinton, One Nation Under Sedation
Greta Van Fleet (untitled, details here)
Guns N' Roses (untitled, details here)
Hollywood Vampires (untitled, details here)
Huey Lewis and the News (untitled, details here)
Kansas (untitled, details here)
Krokus (untitled, details here)
Lemmy Kilmister (untitled solo debut, details here)
Leonard Cohen (untitled, details here)
Mick Mars / John Corabi (untitled, details here)
Motley Crue, 'The Dirt' Soundtrack (featuring four new songs)
Neil Young, Ragged Glory (expanded edition)
Nils Lofgren (untitled)
Ozzy Osbourne (untitled, details here)
Pink Floyd, Animals (5.1 surround-sound reissue)
Prophets of Rage (untitled, details here)
Robbie Robertson (untitled, details here)
Scorpions (untitled, details here)
Sheryl Crow (untitled, details here)
Skid Row (untitled, details here)
Sting (untitled, details here)
Tesla, Shock
The Who (untitled, details here)
Tom Petty Wildflowers: All the Rest
Tool (untitled, details here)
Wolfgang Van Halen (untitled, details here)