Hopeless Records and Sub City are excited to announce the vinyl re-issue of Thrice's The Illusion Of Safety. Originally released in 2002, this past February marked the records 10 year anniversary of its release. Fans will be able to choose between a standard and deluxe one time re-pressing. The limited quantity deluxe pressing allows fans to choose between 3 colors; coke bottle clear, white or translucent red and will be pressed on 180 gram vinyl. This deluxe version will also include a download card of the album. The first 500 sold will contain inserts signed by the band. A standard version will also be available in stores and online on June 19th. A portion of the proceeds...
The following was posted on the Mightier Than Sword facebook page, under the comments for the picture of the TOYPAJ vinyl inner sleeves. It's from someone claiming to have worked on the artwork for this release -- and I guess sort of explains what happened?
Socratic will be pressing and releasing their new self-titled record on vinyl this June, and the band will be pressing their very first record Lunch For The Sky (originally released September 6th, 2005 by Drive-Thru Records) on vinyl as well.
Moving Mountains will be releasing a special limited edition colored vinyl version of Foreword via Topshelf Records on Record Store Day. You can view the artwork and tracklisting on the regular version pre-order page.
New Red Archive is reissuing several Samiam titles on vinyl for the 20th anniversary. First round of pressings come out May 15th and include the self-titled on purple vinyl and the I Am EP on a colored 7".