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Glassjaw Coloring Book vinyl limited to 120 unique color combos 8/16

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7 minutes ago, scottheisel said:

The text on the Altpress page is 10000000% AI generated. What a fucking terrible company. (I know, I worked there for a decade!)

If there's a band that's the sonic equivalent of an adrenaline rush, it's Glassjaw. Hailing from Long Island, New York, these guys are the epitome of post-hardcore and alternative rock fusion. Formed in the '90s, Glassjaw have consistently delivered music that punches you in the gut and tugs at your heartstrings.

Glassjaw's music is a rollercoaster ride through raw emotion, with explosive guitar riffs, impassioned vocals, and lyrics that cut straight to the core of human experience. They've cultivated a dedicated following over the years, thanks to their intense live performances and the uncanny ability to capture the turmoil of life in their songs.

In their discography, you'll find gems like "Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Silence" and "Worship and Tribute." These albums are sonic battlegrounds where introspection and chaos collide. Whether you're diving into the dissonant depths of "Siberian Kiss" or riding the cathartic wave of "Ape Dos Mil," Glassjaw's music leaves an indelible mark on your soul.

With their emotionally charged lyrics and dynamic soundscapes, Glassjaw tackles themes like love, loss, and the human condition. Each track feels like a raw confession, making you feel like you are sharing a deep, personal moment with the band.

Over the years, Glassjaw's lineup has shifted, but their commitment to crafting authentic, visceral music remains unwavering. Daryl Palumbo's distinctive vocals and Justin Beck's frenetic guitar work are the backbone of their sound. It's sound-crushing and cathartic, keeping fans hooked for decades.

Beyond the music, Glassjaw's artistic vision extends to their album artwork and merchandise. Their vinyl records aren't just auditory treasures but also visual ones. Each album cover is a piece of art in its own right, adding a tactile dimension to your music collection.

As you explore Glassjaw's vinyl records, you're not just adding music to your collection but inviting a piece of their passionate, visceral world into your life. Whether you're spinning their records at full volume in your living room or delicately examining the album art, Glassjaw's music is an experience that's meant to be felt as much as heard.

So, dive into the world of Glassjaw on vinyl and let their sonic intensity wash over you. It's more than music; it's a journey through the highs and lows of life, wrapped in the warm crackle of a vinyl record.

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6 minutes ago, TheGhostOfRandySavage said:

When mine comes in I may sell my MOV copy of W&T (depending on how these sound). I'll keep you in mind.

Thanks man, yes, I'll def buy that off you. I have one of those outgassed OG copies from 2011 and been meaning to pick up the MOV for a while

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32 minutes ago, mcpherson123 said:

So glad I didn't sleep on this. How did black sell out everywhere before white?

Because the "white" bundle is actually black vinyl and vice-versa. It's weird how they listed it.


I almost accidentally bought the black cover/white vinyl version when I was checking out.

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