This one isn't bad, I partly enjoyed it because it brings back some of the electronic/minimalist classical aspects from their 90's/mid-00's albums, and most of the songs have either something musically interesting or lyrically funny. But like with their other later stuff I don't know if I'll end up listening to it more than a few times.
Metallica - 72 Seasons. This basically sounds like one hour chugging metal song, followed by a rewrite of Outlaw Torn from Load.
It got a pretty middling response but even though it does nothing new at all I actually don't mind it, it's like the better bits of Hardwired stretched out for a full album, without any outright lame tracks. A bit like 90's metallica but not really trying to be commercial at all and with the proggier song structures - the riffs switch up every 20 seconds or so.
Mars Volta - Qué Dios Te Maldiga Mí Corazón. They released me without my even realizing it existed. It's an acoustic rerecording of their self-titled comeback album, with the exact same track listing.
Most of the fanbase either ignored or hated the comeback album so I have to respect the stubbornness of releasing a second version of it. Personally I didn't mind that and I don't mind this either, just pleasantly chilled and tuneful latin folk stuff.