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Category Archives: Record Store Day

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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Metallica stick to the classics at Record Store Day performance

Posted by on April 18, 2016

If you were one of the lucky ones that made it out to Record Store Day at Rasputin Music in Berkeley, California this past Saturday, you got to see Metallica, the ambassador of the event, play a nine-song set. If you weren’t lucky enough, however, you’re still lucky, since the band captured it on video […]

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Metallica to stream live show during Record Store Day

Posted by on April 15, 2016

As some of you may know, tomorrow is Record Store Day and every year there’s a musician or band named ambassador of the event and this year the honor went to Metallica. Aside from hugely endorsing independent record stores to remain in business, they decided to take things more seriously and will stream a live […]

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Killswitch Engage Define Love with Record Store Day single

Posted by on April 14, 2016

If you like music, you’ve probably been saving some money for this Saturday, as it’s Record Store Day. There are tons of cool, exclusive and limited-edition albums to buy for collectors. Among the offerings is a limited edition 7″ from Killswitch Engage. “Define Love,” recorded during the Incarnate sessions, premiered today on Revolver, and it’s no throwaway track. […]

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Cover art for Iron Maiden’s Record Store Day release revealed

Posted by on March 11, 2016

We recently wrote about the upcoming Record Store Day and its many exclusive releases. Today, Iron Maiden have released details about its contribution- a 12″ picture disc of “Empire of the Clouds.” If you’re not familar, here’s a little backstory of the longest song in Maiden’s discography. It’s based around the doomed flight of the R101 airship- […]

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