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Nas is going to release a twentieth anniversary edition of his epochal classic Illmatic on April 15th via Sony Legacy. He's also going to be releasing a documentary about the creation of the album called Time Is Illmatic and performing the album front to back across the US, including Coachella. The rerelease contains previously unheard demos, remixes, and freestyles. Check out the anniversary edition artwork in the replies.
Ryan Dennehy on 02/07/14 - 05:47 AM
The new online music storefront and record label Get On Down has announced plans to re-release two iconic hip-hop albums, Common's Resurrection and Ghostface Killah's Ironman, in special edition 2LP sets. Both are set to ship with tons of extras, including posters, liner notes, and previously unreleased tracks. Resurrection has a release date of August 31st, with Ironman becoming available soon after on September 14th.
Ian Walker on 08/19/10 - 04:46 PM
Gwen Stacy will digitally re-release The Life I Know on the 13th, packaged with six unreleased tracks from their debut EP. You can now stream two of those tracks on the band's AP.net Profile.
Garett Press on 01/08/09 - 02:15 PM
Brave Citizens have decided to rerelease their debut EP Revolutions and it will now include two previously unreleased songs. The band will also be touring this fall with the Jakes. Dates can be found in the replies.
Blake Solomon on 07/31/08 - 10:46 AM
Read my interview with Band Marino here. The Sea & the Beast, the full-length from the band, is officially re-released today. To find out where to pick up a copy, go here.
From the Interview"To me Band Marino is the most ultimate and all inclusive of names, this hullabaloo about sports figures, I must say, is highly disconcerting. What would the whales think?"
Julia Conny on 03/04/08 - 10:22 AM
A Day To Remember will be re-releasing their album For Those Who Have Heart on February 19th. It'll come with a brand new song, 4 re-recorded songs from their previous album, and their cover of "Since U Been Gone," along with a DVD that contains a recent live hometown show, music videos, and behind the scenes footage.
Joe DeAndrea on 01/09/08 - 03:20 PM
Less Than Jake will be re-releasing Goodbye Blue And White, Pezcore, Losers, Kings, And Things We Don't Understand and a DVD Peoples History Of Less Than Jake on March 18th via the band's new label Sleep It Off.
Joe DeAndrea on 01/09/08 - 02:57 PM
American Diary will be re-releasing The Brightest Colors EP on December 11th via Toss Up Records. It will come with new artwork and a new song entitled "The Crush."
Joe DeAndrea on 11/18/07 - 10:55 AM
Punchline will be re-releasing their first album Major Motion Picture on November 22nd via Smartpunk.

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Joe DeAndrea on 10/28/07 - 09:33 AM
Interpol will be re-releasing their new album Our Love To Admire on November 19th with a DVD featuring music videos and live performances.
Joe DeAndrea on 10/24/07 - 12:26 PM
Virgin Records will be re-releasing Placebo's newest album, Meds, on January 23rd. The album was originally released in the U.S. earlier in 2006 through Astralwerks.
Press ReleaseOver the group's ten-year history, the darkly romantic and musically adventurous style of PLACEBO (Brian Molko, Stefan Olsdal and Steve Hewitt) has come to be acknowledged as a key influence on such bands as Panic! at the Disco, AFI, Aiden (Meds is lead singer Will Francis' album of 2006) and My Chemical Romance, who recently commented on Placebo winning a Kerrang! Award in the UK: 'Many congratulations to Placebo from all of us in My Chemical Romance. We love you dearly and you guys are undoubtedly the most...
Rohan Kohli on 01/22/07 - 11:25 AM
According to a bulletin through myspace The Fold will be re-releasing "This Too Shall Pass" digitally through iTunes on November 7th with four bonus tracks.

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Melissa Johnson on 10/11/06 - 03:09 PM
Permanent Me has a new website. Also their new EP, Dear Virginia, will be re-released on October 17th and will be available in stores everywhere.
Ryan Imhof on 09/13/06 - 05:46 PM
Athens, GA act The Whigs, who signed to ATO Records, home of My Morning Jacket, Ben Kweller and more, a few months ago, will be re-releasing Give 'Em All A Big Fat Lip, their debut album, on September 19th through RED Distribution. Check out their upcoming tour dates as well.
DatesSept 07 / Starr / Hill / Charlottesville, VA
Sept 08 / William and Mary / Williamsburg, VA
Sept 09 / Ottobar / Baltimore, MD
Sept 11 / Black Cat / Washington, DC
Sept 12 / The Khyber / Philadelphia, PA
Sept 14 / Maxwells / Hoboken, NJ
Sept 16 / Mercury Lounge / New York, NY
Sept 19 / House of Blues / Cleveland, OH
Sept 21 / Madhatter / Cincinnati, OH
Sept 22 / Blue Cats / Knoxville, TN
Sept 23 / The...
Paul Tao on 09/04/06 - 09:50 AM
You can stream Sublime's Deluxe Edition re-release in its entirety at AOL Music.
Brandon Allin on 08/21/06 - 02:41 PM
The re-release of Chiodos' All's Well That Ends Well has a tentative release date set for October 17th.
Jon Foucart on 08/17/06 - 02:56 PM
Equal Vision will be re-releasing Chiodos' album, All's Well That Ends Well, in the future. A few acoustic tracks, as well as a DVD will be included.
Jon Foucart on 08/16/06 - 12:21 PM
Yesterday at the Warped Tour in Calgary, Emery announced that they will be re-releasing The Question. They said they were re-writing songs today and that there will be about 6 or 7 extra songs including acoustic and accapella versions of tracks from both The Question and The Weak's End. Also included will be a DVD and some "special content from the personal lives of the band members".

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Katie Schmitz on 07/21/06 - 05:42 AM
Carbon Copy Media (JT from Hawthorne Heights' label) will re-release 9 Reasons To Say Goodbye from A Day In The Life (now Hawthorne Heights) on Tuesday, July 11th. Originally released in 2001 on the now defunct Confined Records, the album features JT on vocals, and Jesse and Andy from RedAffair.
Pat Marquez on 07/06/06 - 01:52 PM
The three new songs that MxPx are recording with producer Aaron Sprinkle are for Tooth & Nail's upcoming re-release of Let it Happen, originally released in 1998. No release date has been set.
Scott Weber on 07/05/06 - 03:16 PM
On August 22nd, Equal Vision will be re-releasing The Fall of Troy's self titled debut to make the disc available to all who've been looking for it over the years. With slightly updated artwork, the album captures the moment when The Fall of Troy first began. You will soon be able to find it in record stores all over the US, UK, and Canada.
Jon Foucart on 06/27/06 - 10:44 AM
The Aquabats will be releasing a limited edition of Charge!!. You get the full album, plus three, brand new unreleased songs from the album's recording session, plus a DVD featuring the video for "Fashion Zombies!," behind-the-scenes footage, and much more. Pre-orders are available now at Interpunk; you can get a free poster with your pre-order while supplies last.
Jared Kaufman on 06/21/06 - 06:39 AM
Motion City Soundtrack will be releasing the deluxe edition of Commit This To Memory on Tuesday, June 20th. This release includes: the album, Hooray For The Madness DVD (which includes live concert footage from a recent show at 7th Street Entry in Minneapolis and a documentary about the band), an exclusive video for "L.G. FUAD," and a previously unreleased song, "Invisible Monsters." I had the pleasure of watching the DVD last night and it's extremely well-done, a must for hardcore fans and those of you who just enjoy a good band DVD here and there.
Jared Kaufman on 06/15/06 - 07:06 AM
Target will have the re-release of Cartel's Chroma on sale for $7.98 starting this Tuesday (6/11) and running through Saturday (6/17). If you don't have the album yet, it's a great chance to pick it up at a great price!

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Katie Schmitz on 06/11/06 - 08:41 PM
With Honor will be releasing a collection of early material through Burning Season Records to promote their upcoming European tour with Ignite. The disc, entitled The Journey, will feature their 2003 self-titled EP, 2004's Heart Means Everything, and their material from their 2005 split with The Distance. The songs will be remastered by Bill Henderson.

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Jon Foucart on 05/31/06 - 05:37 PM
As they gear up for their upcoming stint on Ozzfest, Ferret act A Life Once Lost will be reissuing their debut for the label, 2005's Hunter. The "deluxe reissue" will be packed in a digipak and include a bonus DVD, The disc will feature the band's performances at Hellfest, Sounds of the Underground as well as two live videos shot by Darren Doane on their recent tour with Darkest Hour.

the band is currently wrapping up a tour with Cephalic Carnage, Through The Eyes and Scarlet and the disc is due out June 27th, 2006.

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Pat Marquez on 05/13/06 - 04:46 PM
If you haven't heard The Junior Varsity's new song on pureVOLUME, make sure to check it out; while you're at it, pre-order The Great Compromise CD/DVD re-release for only $11.
Jared Kaufman on 05/05/06 - 07:33 AM
Every Time I Die will be re-releasing Gutter Phenomenon with a special box and packaging (pink shrink wrap) and will include a 30 minute DVD specializing in the antics of the band of their recent headlining Bleeding Through tour. It will be released June 13, 2006, in support of their 2006 Warped Tour efforts. Also, their full length DVD, Shit Happens, will be released October 2006. Andy Williams of the band said it will tentatively include footage from the beginning of their career to the present, a day in the life of each member, and may also chronicle the hardcore scene in Buffalo.

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Frank Giaramita on 05/03/06 - 12:15 PM
Below is the official update for the Motion City Soundtrack Commit This To Memory re-release. The disc hits shelves through Epitaph Records on June 20th.
Motion City Soundtrack Re-release InformationHey Boombox Generation! Want to know a secret? OK. Motion City Soundtrack's "Commit This To Memory" album is being re-released on June 20th! The deluxe edition will have brand new artwork, a bonus track, and a DVD with over 3 hours of footage! Included in the DVD will be a documentary on the band, all of MCS' music videos (including a BRAND NEW VIDEO for the song LGFUAD), and a live concert from the secret 7th Street Entry show in Minneapolis that we filmed as the kick-off of the Commit This...
Frank Giaramita on 05/01/06 - 04:35 PM
You can order the new re-release of Revolution on Canvas at Amazon.com.

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Frank Giaramita on 04/19/06 - 10:04 PM
The Junior Varsity's debut album, The Great Compromise, is being re-released as a CD/DVD. It will hit stores on May 30th; however, it is now available for pre-order at Interpunk for only $11 with a signed poster included (while supplies last). The tracklisting is below.
Great Compromise Re-Release Tracklisting1. The Introduction To the Faint Remembrance of a Dead and Dying Dream
2. Park Your Car
3. Left Foot Right Foot
4. Demo Car City
5. Dont Forget To Set The House On Fire Before You Crawl Into Bed (House Fire)
6. Ohio And The 178 Meter Dash To Indiana
7. The Big Little City Killing Cycle
8. Song To Be Sung
9. Falling Far Behind
10. Anti-Climactic
11. Peter...
Jared Kaufman on 04/18/06 - 12:06 PM
Cartel's Chroma will be re-released on Epic on June 6th. The re-release will include tweaked artwork, but this is not one of those "deluxe" versions that every label seems to be coming out with these days. Instead, it is simply so that Epic can push the album as one of their own. The re-release will also allow the purchaser to be part of the "First Fan" promo which will grant a number of fans memebership to the Cartel fanclub. Fan club members will receive exclusive Cartel content and offers.
Rohan Kohli on 04/13/06 - 07:48 AM
Click here to check out the e-card for the upcoming special edition of Mae's The Everglow, which comes out next Tuesday. The re-release includes 3 bonus tracks, new artwork, a 2 hour DVD with behind-the-scenes footage including a "Making of The Everglow" feature, music videos, a photo gallery, and more.
Rohan Kohli on 04/10/06 - 07:59 AM
The tracklisting to Silverstein's re-release, 18 Candles: The Early Years can be found below. The disc hits shelves May 30th through Victory Records.
Silverstein- 18 Candles: The Early Years Tracklisting01. Waiting Four Years
02. Wish I Could Forget You
03. Summer’s Stellar Gaze
04. My Consolation
05. Forever And A Day
06. Red Light Pledge
07. Dawn Of The Fall
08. Wish I Could Forget You
09. Bleeds No More
10. Waiting Four Years
11. My Heronie (Acoustic)
12. Call It Karma (Acoustic)
13. Discovering The Waterfront (Live)
14. Defend You (Live)
15. Bleeds No More (Live)
16. Smile In Your Sleep (A Crude Mechanical Remix)
Frank Giaramita on 04/03/06 - 03:46 AM
Capitol Records will be releasing Capitol Albums Volume 2 on April 11th, a companion to The Beatles' 2004 collection that had their first four albums. This one includes The Early Beatles, Beatles VI, the Help! soundtrack, and Rubber Soul (the American pressing). All songs will be in stereo and mono mixes.
Paul Tao on 03/21/06 - 02:40 PM
The Junior Varsity's debut full length, The Great Compromise, will be re-released on May 30th, and will include unreleased songs from both the Wide Eyed and The Great Compromise eras, and will also come with a DVD biography about the band, their hardships, and live videos.

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Rohan Kohli on 03/15/06 - 09:49 PM
You can view the cover of Mae's upcoming re-issue for The Everglow right here.

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Jon Foucart on 03/04/06 - 12:48 AM
Royden has posted another video update from the studio in their "Adventure Journal." The band will be be posting a remixed song from their soon-to-be re-released EP, Best Friends Our Worst Enemies, on February 27th over at pureVOLUME. The EP re-release date is set for April 11th.
Rohan Kohli on 02/20/06 - 02:15 PM
Mae will be re-releasing The Everglow in the beginning of April. The contents of this release can be seen below. The band is also currently in the studio with Mark Hoppus working on a cover for the Punk Goes 90s compilation. They will either be covering "Break It Down Again" by Tears For Fears or "March of the Pigs" by Nine Inch Nails.
Everglow Re-Release Details- making of the album
- over 40 minutes of behind-the-scenes footage during the recording sessions
- interviews
- the "Suspension," "Someone Else's Arms" and "Painless" videos
- making of the "Someone Else's Arms" video
- three (3) bonus tracks
1)."A Day In The Life" (The Beatles cover)
2)."Where The Falls Begin"...
Jared Kaufman on 02/15/06 - 11:44 AM
Plans for a re-release that will include As I Lay Dying's album Beneath The Encasing Of Ashes and their songs on the Split CD they did with American Tragedy is in the works. The band will also be heading into the studio to record a new version of "Reinvention" for the effort. Metal Blade is eyeing down a May release.
Jon Foucart on 01/29/06 - 04:28 AM
A new song and DVD will be featured on the upcoming re-release(out March 7th) of Norma Jean's album O' God The Aftermath. In other news, the band just got back from tour and are going to take a little break before they begin writing the next album.
Jon Foucart on 01/07/06 - 03:36 AM
Darkest Hour will enter the studio in January with Brian McTernan to re-mix and re-master their first Victory album, So Sedated, So Secure, which will be re-released on March 7, 2006. This re-issue with contain a new layout, liner notes written by the band, two new tracks, covers of Pentagram’s “Be Forewarned” and Battery’s “Go Back To The Gym.”
Tony Pascarella on 01/06/06 - 07:47 PM
Fidelity Records will be re-releasing Race The Sun's The Rest Of Our Lives is Tonight. I'm not sure what extras may be included, but we'll find out soon enough.
Rohan Kohli on 12/31/05 - 11:40 AM
According to RevHQ.com Jonah Matranga's There's A Lot In Here, originally self-released CD/DVD, will be re-released via Equal Vision Records on February 21st.
Frank Giaramita on 12/26/05 - 12:16 PM
Robotic Empire will be re-releasing Pg. 99 Document #8 CD and limited LP. Check out the press release below:

Pg. 99 ReissueThe coffin is still firmly nailed shut, but that didn't stop us, or the band, or engineer Kurt Ballou (from some little band called Convey or something) from diving head-first back into the original reels and fully re-mix and re-master this baby from the ground up. The drums sound way better, the basses can actually be heard instead of just felt and other elements have been toned up as well. However, this wasn't done for people who already own the album... honestly, it doesn't sound THAT different (just, better) but it was done for all those who don't yet have...
Pat Marquez on 12/05/05 - 01:04 PM
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