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Bring Me The Horizon Celebrates A Decade Of ‘Sempiternal’ With Vinyl Reissue

Believe it or not, Bring Me The Horizon‘s iconic 2013 album Sempiternal is having its 10th birthday. To celebrate a decade of hits such as “Can You Feel My Heart” and “Shadow Moses,” the band is doing a limited reissue of vinyl and cassettes. All Sempiternal reissues will come out on December 8, and can currently be pre-ordered at their merch store, on Amazon, and on Crash Records’ site. Unfortunately for fans of the expanded edition, the variants only contain the original tracklist. Check out what the variants look like below. Of course. Bring Me The Horizon fans couldn’t help… Read more »


Paramore Reissues 2013 Self-Titled Album On Double Vinyl

Believe it or not, Paramore‘s self-titled album celebrated its 10th anniversary in April of this year. What better way to celebrate an entire decade of “Ain’t It Fun” and “Still Into You” than getting the record on vinyl? Today, the band reissued 2013’s Paramore with a double vinyl. The orange and pink variant is currently available for pre-order for $36.98. Orders will be officially released on January 5, 2024. Consider this an early Christmas gift to yourself or a way to celebrate the new year with your favorite fellow Paramore fan. Of course, it’s so worth it to be able… Read more »


Stream Death Cab For Cutie’s reissue of Transatlanticism

  Death Cab for Cutie are streaming the 10th anniversary reissue of their much-loved album  Transatlanticism  over at NPR. It hits shelves on October 29th. The album features a second disc of demo versions in addition to the classic record – it offers a really unique look at how the songs formed into what we all know and love today.


Van Morrison to reissue albums

More than two-dozen of Van Morrison’s albums are about to get the reissue treatment. Starting with 1971’s “Tupelo Honey” through 2002’s “Down the Road,” 29 Morrison releases will appear via Polydor/Universal in the coming months, each containing previously unreleased bonus material. “Tupelo Honey,” the 1974 live album “It’s Too Late to Stop Now,” 1978’s “Wavelength,” 1985’s “A Sense of Wonder,” 1989’s “Avalon Sunset” and 1999’s “Back on Top” will kick off the campaign on January 29. Three more, to-be-determined dates will herald the remaining titles. The bonus material includes alternate, live and re-arranged takes of songs created during each album’s… Read more »

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