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  1. Visited Tokyo recently too early this year for a trip and got to see Cave In and Old Man Gloom. Definitely one of the best countries, I was really tempted to go and see Vasudeva during the Japan tour last year.
  2. holy shit didn't know about this! been eyeing the used copies on discogs but will be getting this instead.
  3. Jake commented on his IG that physical formats will be up once the plant is back in operation.
  4. Welp vinyl is gonna be later in the year, obviously due to the pandemic and productions at the plants gonna be delayed. But other merch and digital pre-order is already up. https://deathwishinc.com/collections/umbra-vitae
  5. New band under Deathwish Inc. out on May 1st 2020, surely there will be a vinyl release. From their spotify bio: Umbra Vitae was conceived during Wear Your Wounds rehearsals. With all members having roots in heavy music, the band would often warm up playing aggressive riffs. Jacob Bannon (Converge, WYW, Blood From the Soul), Mike Mckenzie (The Red Chord, WYW, Stomach Earth), and Sean Martin (WYW, Twitching Tongues, ex-Hatebreed) soon recruited Greg Weeks (The Red Chord, Labor Hex, etc), and Jon Rice (Uncle Acid, Job For a Cowboy, etc) for the rhythm section and a new band was born. The name Umbra Vitae (pronounced uhm'-bruh vee'-tie) is an homage to Georg Heym's poem of the same name, originally published in 1912. “After reading the piece from Heym, I immediately felt connected to it. Later while working on the previous Wear Your Wounds album, my love for Death Metal was rekindled. This was likely a reaction to working on non-aggressive music for such a concentrated period. As these songs started to form, the ominous nature of that original poem came to mind. In many ways it embodied the character of what we were all creating together. For me, Umbra Vitae is darkly confrontational and my own internal struggles are nested within each song. At this point in my life it is of the utmost importance to use this art and music as the vehicle for a healthy purge of emotion. By design, even in something this intense, there is righteous intent to be a better human through the process of creating it.” - Jacob Bannon https://open.spotify.com/album/0T6b89SVrEm9YFBuJSyhJQ?si=-dY3NqwFR5O0i4pWAJOs4Q https://music.apple.com/my/album/shadow-of-life/1503427548
  6. Out on Closed Casket Activities. First single Pariah up at midnight. https://open.spotify.com/album/76PZTUklDOYoHolig8UwAM?si=BZzC7CNsS4SHGLmegQq9AA https://closedcasketactivities.com/collections/end/products/end-splinters-from-an-ever-changing-face Pressing Info 300 - Cyan/Mustard Mix with Red Splatter (Closed Casket Exclusive) 300 - Purple/Silver Mix with Brown Splatter (Evil Greed Exclusive) 300 - Aqua Blue/Olive Green Mix with Orange Splatter (Deathwish Exclusive) 300 - White/Grey Mix with Black Splatter (Goodfight Exclusive) 500 - Mustard & Black Pinwheel 800 - Clear with Metallic Gold, Royal Blue and Black Splatter
  7. PO is up. https://profoundlorerecords.merchtable.com/music/old-man-gloom-seminar-ix-darkness-of-being-vinyl-lp
  8. EU PO for Seminar IX: Darkness of Being is up. Few more hours I expect on PL merchtable. https://profoundlore.aisamerch.de/shop-en
  9. reverse gloom. https://open.spotify.com/album/4ohKZ8tr6CZ9wlkikJbxkQ?si=nmNJRbhVQWSPuV3I88POJA
  10. Maybe there will be some leftovers when the July street date is near.
  11. Everything is sold out. Great for the label and Mean Pete’s medical bill.
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