Release Day: March 13th

Releases / March 12, 2012

Release Day is a feature which runs every Tuesday, detailing the albums that are now in stores. Links are provided and be sure to support your local record store when possible. If we missed any important releases, be sure to let us know in the comments.

Say Anything — Anarchy, My Dear

Equal Vision Records

Available at Hot Topic in non-bundle red vinyl and at Equal Vision in bundle packages. Also available at Banquet Records on gold vinyl (limited to 200).

Lucero — Women and Work

ATO Records

Available at the band’s official store on black vinyl.

Dustin Kensrue — Please Come Home

Enjoy The Ride Records/Equal Vision Records

500 copies on brown vinyl through Enjoy The Ride Records and Equal Vision Records have mostly sold out (some still available here). Hot Topic is selling a white/clear swirl colored vinyl (limited to 500).

Chains Of Love — Strange Grey Days

Dine Alone Records

Pressed on black vinyl (limited to 1,000) and available through Dine Alone’s webstore.

Crime In Stereo — Love

Run For Cover Records

7″ on green vinyl, available at the RFC webstore.

Fireworks — We Are Everywhere

Run For Cover Records

Available on yellow (limited to 200) and blue (limited to 500) vinyl over at the RFC webstore. Will also be available at Hot Topic in red vinyl. A purchase also includes limited edition flexi-disc, which is exclusive to this 1,000 copy pressing.

Sainthood Reps —Monoculture

Youth Conspiracy Records

Still available on black vinyl over at Youth Conspiracy’s webstore. There will also be a pink pressing (limited to 108) available at in mid-March. One time only pressing of 500 copies.

The Decemberists — We All Raise Our Voices To The Air

Available on 3xLP at the band’s official webstore. Pressed on black vinyl.

Trophy Scars — Alphabet. Alphabets.

Simply Legendary Records

Pre-orders go up at 5 p.m. on Tuesday (eastern time). The pressing is limited to 500 with 400 on white and 100 on white with blue splatter.

Xerxes — Our Home Is A Deathbed

No Sleep Records

Available on solid blue or solid gray vinyl at No Sleep’s webstore. Comes with digital download of album.

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Christopher Lantinen
Chris Lantinen is the owner and editor-in-chief of Modern Vinyl. Along with his modest collection of sad sounding records, he collects his share of soundtracks and previously adored indie up-and-comers. Chris is currently a professor of journalism and public relations at Edinboro University in the Erie, Pennsylvania area.

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