DMB’s 7th studio effort is named in memoriam of LeRoi Moore – the famously reticent saxophonist who passed last year following complications after an ATV accident on his farm.  Appropriately, Rolling Stone calls this their heaviest album.  Its lyrics and dark, electrified riffs are a grim but fitting turn for the wankfest-prone band.  Part of that is likely born from the fact that Green Day and My Chemical Romance producer Rob Cavallo was at the wheel of what is likely to be the beloved band’s final live album, “Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King. [Buy it]