News Roundup: July 18

News / Preorders / July 18, 2018

Aspiga releasing collection of rare, unreleased material

The new release from New Jersey-based Aspiga, Dragged Through The Years, is now up for preorder at A-F Records. This includes rare, remixed and previously unreleased music. The pressing info is listed below:

  • Random Colored — 150 (2018 Record Club Only)
  • Jungle Mix — 150

The album will be released on Sept. 7. Stream a song over at Pure Grain Audio.

Barnes & Noble unveils new soundtrack exclusives

Barnes & Noble unveiled a bunch of new soundtrack exclusives, pairing up with Varèse Sarabande. You can see the selections below (notice the doubleheader in the last one):

ROAD HOUSE (Various Artists, Featuring Four Tracks Performed By The Jeff Healey Band)
Limited Double Deuce Neon Vinyl (1000 units)

HELLBOY (Marco Beltrami)
Limited Editions Supernatural Blue/Black Swirl (1000 units)

PEE-WEE’S BIG ADVENTURE / BACK TO SCHOOL (Danny Elfman)
Limited Edition Red Vinyl (1000 units)

Obituary’s ST getting reissued, pressing of ‘Ten Thousand Ways To Die’ coming 

The self-titled album from Obituary is getting reissued through Relapse Records. The deluxe version includes two bonus tracks and alternate artwork. The black variant, limited to 2,000, is still available and there’s also a band tour exclusive: “Clear with Metallic Silver, Kelly Green and Black Splatter Standard Gram.”

The reissue is coming out on Aug. 31.

They’re also releasing a pressing of Ten Thousand Ways To Die, which are live recordings from their 2015 dates. You can see the pressing info on that below.

2800 x Black Standard Gram
300 x Blood Red with Mustard, Orange and Bone White Splatter Standard Gram *Relapse.com Exclusive*
100 x Blood Red and Swamp Green Merge with Bronze, Black and White Splatter Standard Gram *Relapse.com Exclusive*


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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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