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In addition to fronting Screaming Trees, Mark Lanegan also worked with Queens of the Stone Age, The Gutter Twins, Isobel Campbell and Mad Season. Sylvain Lefevre/Getty Images hide caption

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Hayley Williams. Her debut solo album, Petals For Armor, tops this week's list of the best new albums out on May 8. Lindsey Byrnes/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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New Music Friday: The Top 9 Albums Out On May 8

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In "The Gravedigger's Song," Mark Lanegan's raspy croak is without a doubt his most valuable asset. Sam Holden hide caption

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'The Gravedigger's Song' by The Mark Lanegan Band

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Former Screaming Trees singer Mark Lanegan recently paid a visit to KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic. Sam Holden hide caption

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KCRW Presents: Mark Lanegan

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