Tag Archives: re-release

Review: Chris Cornell – Euphoria Mourning (re-release)

It’s 1999. Soundgarden have broken up and are nearly a decade away from a reunion. Audioslave are a few years off and Chris Cornell needs to fill his day with something. What he creates his debut solo album, at the time named Euphoria Morning. Fast toward to 2015, and Cornell has re-released his debut outing. There are no new tracks ...

Read More »

Soilwork announce ‘A Predator’s Portrait’ Deluxe Edition

Swedish melodic group Soilwork have announced a deluxe edition of their 2001 release, A Predator’s Portrait. The re-issue will feature the album in a digipack packaging with 2 additional live tracks. Drummer Dick Verbeuren commented: “‘A Predator’s Portrait’ is a milestone in several ways. It’s our first recording for Nuclear Blast, still our home to this day, six albums later. ...

Read More »

Landscapes preview new live track

UK punks Landscapes have revealed a preview of a new live song from their upcoming re-release for Life Gone Wrong. The boys will be re-releasing their critically acclaimed debut with two new live tracks. Their live recording of Providence is available to stream below! Landscapes will be re-releasing Life Gone Wrong on September 2nd via Pure Noise Records. The lads ...

Read More »

Whitechapel release new Asking Alexandria tour video

Tennessee metal dudes Whitechapel have posted a new video documenting their tour with fellow mosh pit favourites, Asking Alexandria. Check out the new video below! Fans should also keep track of the band’s website for an announcement soon as well as checking out the personal YouTube channels of guitarist Alex Wade and vocalist Phil Bozeman for ‘play-throughs’ of songs and ...

Read More »

Hypocrisy Re-release classic albums ‘Penetralia’ and ‘Osculum Obscenum’

Swedish Death Metal icons, Hypocrisy, will be re-releasing their first two albums: Penetralia and Osculum Obsenum. Their debut, 1992’s Penetralia, was the only album they released as a five piece.  The follow up Osculum Obscenum , released 1993, had a much darker and more extreme sound.  With the success of their latest album End of Disclosure the band decided to re-release their ...

Read More »

Primus re-release ‘Sailing The Seas of Cheese’

American rock legends, Primus, have announced they will be re-releasing their 1991 classic album Sailing The Seas of Cheese with a brand new mix on a variety of deluxe formats. The new mix of the album was personally overseen by vocalist Les Claypool. Les gave his opinion on the new sound: “Musically, it holds up incredibly well.  Sonically, it holds ...

Read More »