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Category Archives: Record Stores

Death takes a holiday in Mastodon’s hysterical “Show Yourself” video; band playing Kimmel

Posted by on March 16, 2017

Mastodon suggested things wouldn’t end well for them in the video for “Show Yourself.” In the just-released video, they indeed don’t, but that’s not Death’s fault. In the video, a very Glengarry Glen Ross boss reminds Death, who’s having a bad day at the office, that he needs to kill more, and a lottery finds Mastodon […]

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Music industry mulling a global release date

Posted by on August 12, 2014

These days, by the time a record’s release date happens in America, it’s already out there thanks to earlier release dates in other countries and piracy. Now a report in Billboard says that the music industry is thinking about having a global album release day that could start as soon as next July. The article cites […]

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Full list of metal Record Store Day releases include BTBAM, Dream Theater, Machine Head

Posted by on March 20, 2014

Record Store Day is like Christmas for not only independent record stores, but vinyl collectors and music fans in general. With less and less places selling physical music, it’s almost a sacred experience to set foot into a record store, and the amount of cool, limited edition releases make your local store worthy of a […]

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Mastodon’s ‘Live at Brixton’ to get limited physical release

Posted by on March 3, 2014

Last year, Mastodon released a live album, Live at Brixton. The album, which was taken from a 2012 performance at London’s O2 Academy, served as a greatest hits of sorts for the band, spanning their career and capturing them playing a 4,000-capacity venue. However, it was only available digitally – until now. It’s been announced that […]

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Black Friday’s Record Store Day to bring releases from Puscifer, Metallica, Nirvana and Queens of the Stone Age

Posted by on November 1, 2013

This year Black Friday has been made more tolerable, with the announcement of Record Store Day slated for November 29. Now music fans can feel a little more included in physical shopping activities with official events scheduled for the day and special album releases announced just for the occasion. Some of the post-turkey day releases […]

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