Career Suicide Reissue

2012-02-28 by John Lennon b.h.w. STAFF | 16 Comments
A Wilhelm Scream's 2007 LP, Career Suicide, is being re-pressed on 180 gram black vinyl. This pressing (of 500) will be the album's third overall (first: 500 yellow/500 gray, 2007; second: 500 slime-yellow/500 blue, 2008), and its first on 180 gram vinyl.

Pre-orders (and pre-order bonuses) are available from the Jump Start Records webstore:

Quote:
The first 50 PRESALE orders will receive a numbered, limited edition hand screen printed 'Career Suicide' poster. In addition, all PRESALE orders will be entered to win some limited edition A Wilhelm Scream items like a test pressing of the Diver seven-inch, limited edition screen printed A Wilhelm Scream show posters as well as rare Diver hand printed posters that were originally given away during the presale of the first pressing of Diver back in 2005. Yeah, we're that crazy.
Webstore: http://www.jumpstartrecords.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code%20=JSR&Product _Code=JST-057LP&Category_Code=AWS]

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GeometricSexEd
February 27th 2012
77 Comments


LET'S GET THE FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK OUT OF HERE

ohfoxxxycole
February 27th 2012
4352 Comments


album is so good

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
February 27th 2012
29137 Comments


yeah it has become one of my favorites of all time

can't believe its already been 5 years

(i have one of the slime-yellow but i might get this too...)

cvlts
February 27th 2012
9184 Comments


shitshitshit.

INEED$

Kris.
February 27th 2012
12854 Comments


WHY AM I POOR

CushMG15
February 27th 2012
1805 Comments


Album fucking kills. Really pumped for some new tunes from these guys.

Yazz_Flute
February 27th 2012
18929 Comments


WHY AM I POOR


Fucking crack.

Ire
February 27th 2012
41861 Comments


Wilhelm Scream Reissue would prob make a better headline but it's okay cos acad.

VicariousIntent
February 27th 2012
1610 Comments


Album is fucking ace, and will definitely be snagging a copy of this. These guys are great.

Obligatory comment about how sick the bass player is.

StrizzMatik
February 27th 2012
3415 Comments


Just saw them with Fear Nuttin Band and Less Than Jake in Poughkeepsie NY. Such an awesome show, played a new song too.

Dummit
February 27th 2012
368 Comments


album is so good [89759843053897438595]

TheNewWhack
February 28th 2012
1483 Comments


I'd much rather have a new damn album.

ohfoxxxycole
February 28th 2012
4352 Comments


i dont mind waiting as long as its as good as career suicide

xfearbefore
February 28th 2012
1350 Comments


These guys are great, used to see them all the time when they were first starting out over at Lupos. Good times.

Scoot
February 28th 2012
18256 Comments


you guys won't have to wait long for a new album

Digging: Bones - Banshee

StrizzMatik
February 29th 2012
3415 Comments


From what Brian said to me at the show it's going to be pretty soon



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