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At The Gates - Slaughter Of The Soul Reissue Pre-Order 

The Earache “Full Dynamic Range” series of vinyl reissues is back with At The Gates’ classic 1995 full-length, Slaughter Of The Soul. Melodeath fans rejoice!

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Free, All Right Now (1970)

Artist: Free
Title: All Right Now
Description: single; album track, Fire And Water
Label: Island
Release date: 1970
First heard: 1970s

Great to chew, even better to share … 942 more words

The 143

Mineral Reissue The Power Of Falling And EndSerenading On Vinyl, Announce Tour

The recently reunited emo innovators Mineral have announced vinyl reissues of The Power of Failing (1996) and EndSerenading (1998) on Arena Rock Records available October 21 in the states. 255 more words

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Mineral Reissue The Power Of Falling And EndSerenading On Vinyl, Announce Tour

The recently reunited emo innovators Mineral have announced vinyl reissues of The Power of Failing (1996) and EndSerenading (1998) on Arena Rock Records available October 21 in the states. 255 more words

Misc

COUNTERBLAST balance of pain + bonus CD Digipack (update)

COUNTERBLAST BALANCE OF PAIN Digipack CD reissue is being remastered while I type this.
We all agreed on reissuing this almost 20 years old sold-out overwhelming debut album, completed with the following extras: “Prospects” debut 7″ (1994) for the first time on CD ever + several songs recorded between 1995 and 1996 (some of them never made it for a vinyl or CD release before). 86 more words

Doom

SUMA ashes CD Digipack (TR51)

SUMA ASHES Digipack CD reissue is shaping while I type this. This is gonna be TR51. After the original pressing (self-released by the band) got sold out at gigs, both parts decided to reissue this beast, using this time the original vinyl (throne 05) edition’s exclusive artwork, and including also the unreleased vinyl-only track “Wornout…” as bonus track.
More info later…

Doom

M83 to release reissues of first three albums, plus remix and b-sides compilations

Mute Records has announced plans to reissue the first three albums from M83’s Anthony Gonzalez, in addition to two compilations of remixes and b-sides. 182 more words

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