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DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, AVENGED SEVENFOLD, THE SWORD & More Announced For Record Store Day 2017

Posted by on March 22, 2017 at 12:22 pm

Record Store Day 2017 falls on April 22 this year and I'm sure a good lot of you will be standing in line waiting for some of these releases. The list this year is pretty solid for metal, with releases by Alice In Chains, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Darkthrone, Avenged Sevenfold, Enslaved, Katatonia, Pearl Jam, Warbringer, and a ton more!

You really ought to just read the list.

  • Alice In Chains – “Get Born” (Sony Legacy):
    2×7″, limited to 4000, featuring “Get Born“, “Died“, “What The Hell Have I” and “A Little Bitter“.
  • Avenged Sevenfold – “Waking The Fallen” (Hopeless Records):
    2xLP,  picture disc, limited to 1000.
  • Balance And Composure – “Slow Heart“:
    7”, limited to 1000, featuring “Run From Me” and “Body Language“.
  • Bullet For My Valentine – “Don’t Need You” (Spinefarm):
    10″ Translucent red vinyl.
  • The Claypool Lennon Delirium – “Lime And Limpid Green” (ATO Records):
    10″ Vinyl, featuring 1. “Astronomy Domine” (Pink Floyd cover) 2. “Boris The Spider” (The Who cover) 3.”The Court Of The Crimson King” (King Crimson cover) 4. “Satori” (Flower Travellin’ Band cover).
  • Coheed And Cambria – “Good Apollo, I’m Burning Star IV Volume One” (Sony Legacy):
    2xLP, splatter vinyl, limited to 2500.
  • Damnation A.D. – “Pornography” (Organized Crime Records)
    LP, clear blue vinyl, limited to 800, covers of The Cure‘s ‘Pornography‘ album.
  • Darkest Hour – “Darkest Hour” (Southern Lord):
    7”, limited to 1000, featuring “Enter Oblivion“, “I Don’t Wanna Hear It” (Minor Threat cover) and “Painkiller” (Judas Priest cover).
  • Darkthrone – “Arctic Thunder” (Peaceville):
    12″ picture disc, limited to 750 copies.
  • Def Leppard – “The Def Leppard EP” (UME):
    12″, limited to 4000.
  • The Dillinger Escape Plan – “Instrumentalist” (Cooking Vinyl):
    7” featuring “Dissociation” (instrumental original cut) and “Fugue” (Me On Monday Remix).
  • Enslaved – “Roadburn Live” (By Norse):
    12″ purple vinyl, limited to 500.
  • Halestorm – “ReAniMate 3.0: The CoVeRs eP” (Atlantic):
    12″ picture disc, limited to 2700.
  • HawkwindBest Of The United Artists Years: 1971-1974 (ORG Music):
    LP colored vinyl, limited to 2500.
  • Integrity – “Humanity Is The Devil (Remix & Remaster)” (Organized Crime Records:
    LP, limited to 750.
  • Jane’s Addiction – “Been Caught Stealing” (Rhino/Warner Bros. Records)
    12″, limited to 3500.
  • Katatonia – “Proscenium” (Peaceville):
    10”, limited to 300.
  • Kylesa – “Live At Maida Vale Studio” (Season Of Mist):
    12″, CD & cassette.
  • MotörheadClean Your Clock (UDR Music)
    2xLP, Picture Disc, limited to 1500.
  • Pearl Jam – “State Of Love And Trust“/”Breath” (Sony Legacy):
    7″, limited to 5000.
  • Pink Floyd – “Interstellar Overdive” (Sony Legacy):
    12″, limited to 4000.
  • Pink Floyd – “London 1966-1967“(Kscope):
    12″ picture disc, limited to 650 copies.
  • Red Hot Chili Peppers – “Go Robot” (Warner Bros)
    12″ Picture disc, limited to 4750, featuring “Go Robot” (live) and “Dreams Of A Samurai” (live).
  • Saxon – “Into The Labyrinth” (AEC Imports/Demon)
    12″ picture disc, limited to 1500.
  • Snapcase – “Lookinglasself” (Victory):
    LP, colored vinyl, limited to 2000.
  • Sunny Day Real Estate – “The Rising Tide” (Concord Bicycle):
    2xLP, colored vinyl, limited to 2500.
  • The Sword – “Low Country” (Razor & Tie):
    LP, colored vinyl, limited to 1500 copies.
  • Thrice – “Sea ChangeVagrant Records:
    7”, limited to 2500, featuring “Sea Change” and “Black Honey” (live).
  • Today Is The Day – “How To Win Friends And Influence People: 25th Anniversary” (The End Records):
    10″, limited to 700.
  • Venom – “At War With Satan” (BMG):
    LP, picture disc, limited to 1500.
  • Warbringer – “Woe To The Vanquished” (Napalm):
    12″ picture disc, limited to 400.
  • White Zombie – “Gods On Voodoo Moon” (Numero Group):
    7″, limited to 750.

The overseas version of Record Store Day also gets some neat releases this year too, so prepare your Discogs and eBay alerts.

  • Airbourne – “It’s All For Rock N’ Roll“/”It’s Never Too Loud For Me” (Spinefarm):
    12″, bronze vinyl.
  • BABYMETAL – “Metal Resistance” (earMUSIC):
    2×12″ picture disc.
  • Discharge – “Hear Nothing, See Nothing, Say Nothing” (Let Them Eat Vinyl):
    12″ picture disc.
  • Discharge – “Why?” (Let Them Eat Vinyl):
    12″ picture disc.
  • Doyle – “Abominator” (Monsterman Records)
    Picture disc, limited to 500.
  • Grave – “As Rapture Comes” (Code 7/Supreme Chaos):
    LP, red vinyl.
  • Mayhem – “De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas” (Back On Black):
    Picture disc.
  • Mayhem – “Deathcrush” (Back On Black):
    Picture disc.
  • Motörhead – “Motörhead” (Back On Black):
    3xLP, triple clear vinyl.
  • Motörhead – “Motörhead” (Back On Black):
    12″ picture disc.
  • Motörhead – “What’s Words Worth?” (Back On Black):
    12″ picture disc.
  • Onslaught – “In Search Of Sanity” (Back On Black)
    Clear vinyl.
  • Solitude Aeturnus – “Adagio” (Back On Black):
    Grey vinyl.
  • Solitude Aeturnus – “Alone” (Back On Black):
    Clear vinyl.
  • Solitude Aeturnus – “In Times Of Solitude” (Back On Black):
    White vinyl.
  • Unleashed – “Hell’s Unleashed” (Code 7 – Supreme Chaos)
  • Unleashed – “Hell’s Unleashed” (Code 7 – Supreme Chaos):
    Red vinyl.
  • Unleashed – “Warrior” (Code 7 – Supreme Chaos):
  • Unleashed – “Warrior” (Code 7 – Supreme Chaos):
    Clear vinyl.
  • Venom – “At War With Satan” (Back On Black):
    Picture disc.
  • Venom – “Black Metal” (Back On Black):
    Picture disc.
  • Venom – “Welcome To Hell” (Back On Black):
    Picture disc.
  • Warzone – “The Victory Years” (Victory Records):
    Colored vinyl.
  • Witchfinder General – “Death Penalty” (Back On Black)”:
    12″ picture disc.
  • Witchfinder General – “Friends Of Hell” (Back On Black)”:
    12″ picture disc.

The entire listing of all genres can be found at Record Store Day's website.

[via The PRP]

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