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Record Store Day 2017 Metal and Hard Rock Preview

Posted by on April 19, 2017

The tenth annual Record Store Day is fast approaching! This Saturday, record stores nationwide will be releasing some great new records to add to your vastly growing music collection. It’s a long list of new limited edition releases, but let’s check out what they have to offer for Heavy Metal & Hard Rock. New to […]

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Darkest Hour’s Record Store Day 7″ to benefit Immigration Law Center

Posted by on March 29, 2017

If you like vinyl or the lost art of collecting music, you’re most likely aware that Record Store Day is coming in just a little over three weeks. We’ve already detailed the more metal-leaning releases you’ll be able to pick up on April 22nd, and one of the highlights was Darkest Hour’s 7″ featuring “Enter […]

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Avenged Sevenfold, Darkest Hour, Dillinger Escape Plan among Record Store Day exclusives

Posted by on March 9, 2017

The 10th annual Record Store Day to celebrate independent record stores is coming up on Saturday, April 22nd. And while there’s been a degree of backlash about how good the day is for both record pressing plants and smaller bands that have to wait for months to get vinyl pressed because Toto is coming out with an […]

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Iron Maiden, Anthrax, Refused, Alice In Chains among Record Store Day exclusives

Posted by on October 27, 2016

Although there’s starting to be a bit of a backlash against Record Store Day, it’s still essentially Christmas for independent record stores and a great way to pick up unique vinyl or stuff that had been long out of print elsewhere. As we know, there’s a second Record Store Day on Black Friday, and there’s […]

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Nails frontman isn’t down with Record Store Day

Posted by on April 18, 2016

From casual music fans to die-hard collectors, Record Store Day is an excellent opportunity to pick up limited edition vinyl and collectible CDs. It also gets people into independent record stores to pick up said product, which is a win-win for everybody, right? Wrong. It actually winds up hurting a lot of artists, because there are only […]

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