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  1. I tried earlier to grab one but missed out. My wallet is happy at least.
  2. I snagged the revolver, I’ve enjoyed the purchases I’ve had with them and they pack well.
  3. Here it is! The 25th Anniversary Re-issue of October Rust! 3 different versions and new merch too! The standard Green one, the Colored vinyl and the exclusive Revolver version. This will be released on Oct 29th and pre-orders are live now! store.typeonegative.net https://shop.runoutgroovevinyl.com/october-rust-25th-anniversary-edition-standard-green-and-black-edition.html https://shop.runoutgroovevinyl.com/october-rust-25th-anniversary-edition-d2c-voodoo-edition.html https://shop.revolvermag.com/products/type-o-negative-october-rust-clear-with-orange-mix-2lp-only-1000-made SOLD OUT
  4. Wow, awesome increase. I was promoted back in January and I thought my 25K raise was good! I don't even look at my record budget, as long as I continue to pay my bills and stash money away in my 401K, I'm good. With that said, I'm putting my foot down on this Nothing record since the Don't Look For Light... release was already crazy expensive.
  5. I’m actually quite the opposite. Bergtatt is the only black metal release I revisit a lot. I love a lot of the stuff from William Blake - Shadows of the Sun, especially the releases that are vocal heavy. With Messe I lost a little interest but I’m a big fan of the new synth pop direction on Assassination and Flowers of Evil. Whatever Ulver does though is usually at the very least interesting.
  6. This just came out today and I gave it a listen on Amazon Music. It's an interesting jam for sure but some of the tracks just dragged on too long to hold my attention. I do think this is better than Drone Activities though but similar vibes.
  7. Still up, apparently fans aren’t as into acoustic Melvins.
  8. Crystal Ballroom live vinyl now available along with some other tapes - https://softkillsoftkill.bigcartel.com
  9. I missed the Seattle show, it was in the middle of the week and I just couldn’t swing it. I did buy a long sleeve tour shirt and a Coffins shirt from Toby off Bandcamp,
  10. Same here, I bought a test from Flenser last year but can’t get a regular copy for a decent price. Toby did say Prophecy was planning on pressing the back catalogue, we’ll see.
  11. The stark frailty of the human condition is the overall theme running through the veins of KAYO DOT's 10th regular studio album "Moss Grew on the Swords and Plowshares Alike". In the sprawling, churning musical multiverse of mainly multi-instrumentalist Toby Driver's creation that has never accepted nor cared for any artificial borders of genre and incorporated for example rock, metal, classical music, goth, indie, pop, and jazzy structures, this avant-garde album appears to tilt towards a more harsh as well as heavy approach than on some of the previous recordings – and considering its dark and melancholic undertones may be given the epithet doom. Something of the pagan mind's cyclic vision of the world appears to have infected "Moss Grew on the Swords and Plowshares Alike". This album has been recorded with the original line-up of Toby Driver's previous band MAUDLIN OF THE WELL. He also recorded the new tracks in the same location as the very first MAUDLIN OF THE WELL tape. In a way, KAYO DOT are celebrating the 20th anniversary of the release of the landmark double album "Bath/Leaving Your Body Map" and the 25 years since MAUDLIN OF THE WELL's inception with "Moss Grew on the Swords and Plowshares Alike". After the split of much loved MAUDLIN OF THE WELL, charismatic frontman Toby Driver formed the avant-garde music project KAYO DOT as a new outlet for his burgeoning creativity in 2003. The multi-instrumentalist and singer remains the only absolute constant in this band, although there are frequent lyrical contributions from his former band-mate Jason Byron throughout the extensive discography. In the following 18 years, KAYO DOT released an impressive number of full-lengths, EPs, splits, and live recordings that are all marked by considerable stylistic differences and a wide array of instrumentation that included guitars, bass, drums, vibraphone, violin, synthesizers, flutes, clarinets and saxophone. Especially in progressive circles, KAYO DOT has become a household name and is supported by prestigious, forward thinking festivals such as Roadburn. With "Moss Grew on the Swords and Plowshares Alike", KAYO DOT deliver another beautiful and essential facet of their complex musical multiverse, although the album can easily stand on its own as a most impressive piece of dark avant-garde metal. Green vinyl and black vinyl versions available here - https://kayodot.bandcamp.com/album/moss-grew-on-the-swords-and-plowshares-alike or here - https://us.prophecy.de/artists/kayo-dot/kayo-dot-moss-grew-on-the-swords-and-plowshares-alike-vinyl-2-lp-gatefold.html New song -
  12. I’ve only heard one song from GLITCHKING, I’ll need to hear more to form an opinion. My Wildhund vinyl arrived the other day, sounds great! This will likely be a top 5 record for me this year. I feel like fans of Nothing, Deftones, Smashing Pumpkins should be all over this.
  13. Picked up the single and full length that included the slipmat. Super excited for more Jerry!
  14. The new Lantlos album Wildhund is really good, I’ve been listening to it all week. I think Vertigo should’ve been the 1st single, such a great catchy track. This No Clean Singing review is spot on (even though the record is all clean singing) - https://www.nocleansinging.com/2021/07/20/lantlos-wildhund/ Prophecy has started shipping copies of the vinyl, I received a confirmation yesterday.
  15. They honored my Book of Souls order years ago when they screwed up (Amazon).
  16. Yeah, I guess I was expecting more punch like the Green River, Tad and U-Men reissues from Sub Pop.
  17. I wasn’t impressed with the single either, will wait until I hear the full album before possibly making a purchase. Btw, I bought Bruce’s Chemical Wedding on vinyl recently, sounds great! I need to find Accident of Birth next.
  18. Just received this yesterday. The album itself sounds pretty similar to my 2009 pressing from Sub Pop, does anyone know if this was remastered in any way? Having all the extra bonus tracks in one package is nice.
  19. I need to visit this thread more often, some great finds here. Currently checking out a few bands from Darla's roster.
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