Dopesmoker Reissue Revealed
2012-04-03 by hyperi0n STAFF | 22 Comments

Southern Lord Records is set to release a deluxe reissue of Sleep's Dopesmoker. The release
is completely remastered with new cover art as well as previously unreleased live tracks.
Sleep will also be headlining a European tour beginning with an appearance at Roadburn.


[a]http://www.earsplitcompound.com/site/2012/04/02/sleep-dopesmoker-deluxe-reissue-cover-
art-revealed/[/a]

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YetAnotherBrick
April 3rd 2012

4315 Comments


pretty sweet

i'd love to see Dopesmoker performed in its entirety

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Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
April 3rd 2012

17331 Comments


i actually dig the new artwork

maybe will pick this up

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cvlts
April 3rd 2012

8917 Comments


dat album artwork

news in kinda sorta old but watevs

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Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
April 3rd 2012

17331 Comments


well i submitted it mainly so the new artwork could be seen

maybe i titles it wrong but whatever, it does its job

Euphoriuhhhh
April 3rd 2012

46 Comments


Too cool for 1 album cover

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
April 3rd 2012

17331 Comments


yeah that new art is so good

Inveigh
April 3rd 2012

24180 Comments


nice, I need a physical copy of this and that cover is just too badass

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Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
April 3rd 2012

17331 Comments


i usually cant stand when original art is changed but this is an exception

CaptainDooRight
April 3rd 2012

26357 Comments


here because weed[2]

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Rev
April 3rd 2012

9291 Comments


I thought it was a Southern Lord reissue?

And yeah the artwork owns

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
April 3rd 2012

17331 Comments


oops sorry about that

edited

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
April 3rd 2012

48524 Comments


They look like those tiny caravan dudes from Star Wars but all grown up

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Ire
April 3rd 2012

41453 Comments


yay

Relinquished
April 3rd 2012

22332 Comments


so fucking stoked to see them in roadburn and on 5/6

Goatlord
April 3rd 2012

405 Comments


yes!

octopus3000
April 3rd 2012

24 Comments


I guess the original Dopesmoker and Jereusalem wasn't enough, they had to release it a third time?

Ire
April 3rd 2012

41453 Comments


1. they didn't want to release jereusalem 2. dopesmoker was a rush job and was only meant to get the original mix out there

this is pretty much a reaction to the album's cult status

ComfortablyDumb
April 3rd 2012

392 Comments


sooo down for this

coneren
April 3rd 2012

11110 Comments


old news fuck sakes

rockandmetaljunkie
April 21st 2012

3302 Comments


I'm definitely buying this.

MoosechriS
June 16th 2012

4627 Comments


Just picked this up, fuckin rules

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Ire
June 16th 2012

41453 Comments


ya



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