Release Day: April 17

Releases / April 17, 2012

Release Day is a feature which runs every week, 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.

The Forecast (pictured) — Everybody Left

Clifton Motel Records

Available at Interpunk, Shop Radio Cast and Amazon. Retail versions of the record include “High Life Clear” (limited to 200) and “Coors Brown” (limited to 100).

Joyce Manor — Of All Things I Will Soon Grow Tired

Asian Man Records

Available for order over at Asian Man Records, on both black vinyl (limited to 500) and white vinyl (limited to 500).

Aeges — The Bridge

The Mylene Sheath

Available on hot pink/black swirl vinyl over at Mylene Sheath. Just hot pink vinyl is now sold out.

The Body & Braveyoung — Nothing Passes

At A Loss Records

Available in the At A Loss webstore. Includes chipboard covers.

Absolute Monarchs — 1

Good To Die Records

Available at Good To Die on black 180-gram vinyl, housed in gatefold packaging. Includes lyric insert and digital download.

Maps & Atlases — Beware And Be Grateful

Barsuk Records

Available over at Barsuk, with a purchase including digital download code.

Dragonforce — The Power Within

Electric Generation Records

Pick it up over at Amazon UK, as it includes a digital download with bonus tracks.

Operation Ivy — Energy


Available on red vinyl over at Epitaph. First repressing of the album since 2004.

Operation Ivy — Hectic


Available on red vinyl over at Epitaph. First repressing of the album since 1988. Both “Hectic” and “Energy” are also available in a bundle package at the site.

DNF — Hurt

No Idea Records

Over at No Idea, you can pick up the 7″ for only $3.75.

Jon Porras — Black Mesa

Thrill Jockey

Available at Thrill Jockey on 150-gram white vinyl (limited to 500). Remaining copies have been pressed on black vinyl. Digital download comes with purchase.

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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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