Week In Review: March 11th — 17th

News / March 17, 2013

Check out Modern Vinyl’s top stories from the past week.

1. ‘What It Is To Burn’ now up for sale at Hot Topic (read)
The celebrated release from Finch has been pressed in a 2xLP set, now available for purchase over at Hot Topic. The run is limited to 1,500 copies.

2. The Weeknd’s ‘Trilogy’ gets vinyl box set (read)
A six-disc vinyl box set for Trilogy, the breakthrough triple album by R&B wunderkind The Weeknd, is now available for pre-order through the artist’s webstore.

3. MTS version of TOYPAJ now up for pre-order (read)
Shop Radio Cast launched pre-orders for their 180-gram vinyl pressing of Blink 182’s Take Off Your Pants and Jacket. This is the pressing which includes three 7″ records.

4. RPM to get 10th Anniversary repressing (read)
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Rise Against’s 2003 album, Revolutions Per Minute, Fat Wreck Chords is repressing the album with 10 demo tracks.

5. New Found Glory announces RSD release (read)
We revealed both the artwork and tracklisting for New Found Glory’s Mania, which is a 12″ record full of Ramones covers. They’ll be releasing the limited pressing as part of Record Store Day 2013.

6. ‘Hoffman Manor’ back up for order (read)
State Lines’ 2011 full length album, titled Hoffman Manor, has been repressed and is still available on black vinyl.

7. ‘Heart Attack’ now up for pre-order (read)
The upcoming full length album from Man Overboard is now up for pre-order, available on several different color variants.

8. Mondo’s Record Store Day plans revealed (read)
Special variants of both Drive and Poltergeist will be available as part of Record Store Day 2013.

9. Silverstein, August Burns Red added to RSD (read)
Silverstein will cover The Get Up Kids, while August Burns Red covers Saves The Day, in one of the more exciting Record Store Day news.

10. Boys Night Out’s EP gets a repressing (read)
Broken Bones and Bloody Kisses has been repressed and is now available over at Forge Again Records.

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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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