Newest from The Faint up for order

Preorders / March 25, 2014

Doom Abuse, the upcoming album from Omaha dance-punks The Faint, is now available for pre-order from SQE Music. The album will be pressed on 180-gram vinyl and will feature a gatefold jacket, black inner sleeves, and a complementary download card.

A 500-copy deluxe version of the album – which includes a pressing of the band’s tour-exclusive Evil Voices EP (2012) – is available through InSound and “select indie record stores.” While InSound’s stock has already been cleaned out, you might have better luck checking with your local brick-and-mortar.

Doom Abuse, the Faint’s first full-length since 2008’s Fasciinatiion, will be released on April 8th. You can watch the official music video for the album’s first single, “Help in the Head,” below.

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Trevor Read
Trevor Read is a contributor and occasional reviewer for Modern Vinyl. In addition to collecting other people's music, he writes and performs his own with the alt/indie band DIVORCE. Trevor currently works as an all-purpose everyman at a small indie record label/distributor in Pittsburgh, PA.

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