Poison The Well Re-Issue

2012-05-04 by Annayalater | 39 Comments
Poison The Well has announced on their facebook page that they will be re-issuing both The Opposite of December and Tear From The Red through Rise Records this summer. Both albums will be remastered and will include a limited edition double 12" gatefold vinyl, a deluxe CD, and a digital version.


www.facebook.com/poisonthewell

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ConcubinaryCode
May 4th 2012
2993 Comments


i was just wondering if they would do something like this a few days ago. sweet news.

Relinquished
May 4th 2012
30538 Comments


cool

MalleusMaleficarum
May 4th 2012
15719 Comments


alright thats cool

FearThyEvil
May 4th 2012
13953 Comments


I can never find anywhere to get Tear from the Red.

ZilbelPing
May 4th 2012
6235 Comments


This is great. But why are all these bands re-issuing their material?

ConcubinaryCode
May 4th 2012
2993 Comments


so younger people get a chance to listen to it.

TooLateToGoBack
May 4th 2012
1923 Comments


yes! yes! yes!

definitely buying.

ChuckyTruant
May 4th 2012
15730 Comments


ok sweet now I can finally get tOoD

Hospital
May 4th 2012
2090 Comments


very very cool, got into this band recently

MMX
May 4th 2012
4990 Comments


sweet

TrephineArtist
May 4th 2012
216 Comments


Absolutely essential albums (especially the truly awesome 'Opposite') but for me their best was yet to come with 'You come before You' which is just stunning. Hope they reform soon!

wacknizzle
May 4th 2012
14199 Comments


Yay, I'm gonna have Opposite of December on vinyl. Next do You Come Before You.

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drasticaction74
May 4th 2012
1827 Comments


good lord, Rise is fuckin shit up right meow

Ire
May 4th 2012
41866 Comments


cool

captaincrunch11
May 4th 2012
1264 Comments


You Come Before You needs to be re-issued

Elwood
May 4th 2012
3 Comments


I was hoping that in 2012 'the year of reunions' that a tor or what not would have been the news.

Still a favourite of mine 10 years on and another show live would never be a bad thing...

Understanding In a Crash
May 4th 2012
427 Comments


Was hoping You Come Before You but not disappointed. Will probably buy both if not insanely priced.

dimsim3478
May 5th 2012
7016 Comments


I was just hours away from buying Opposite on vinyl but now I'm gonna wait for this.

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BallsToTheWall
May 5th 2012
45913 Comments


Dont need a faggoty remixing of TOOD.

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Captain North
May 5th 2012
6793 Comments


They hyped this up for a few days, so I was expecting a reunion not fucking reissue.

Recspecs
May 5th 2012
9867 Comments


Sweet, will listen.

VanitySeason
May 5th 2012
396 Comments


awesome!

Devastator
May 5th 2012
2583 Comments


Woop woop! But Rise Records? Where did that come from?

Storm In A Teacup
May 5th 2012
14031 Comments


lol at Riff

Will be buying.

Wizard
May 5th 2012
20003 Comments


You Come Before You is all you need by this band.

KSK1
May 5th 2012
4099 Comments


I swear to god if it's Sturgis....

Inveigh
May 5th 2012
25709 Comments


all 5 of their albums are excellent


however I've owned all of them for years so I doubt I'll be purchasing these...

montaukpoint
May 5th 2012
45 Comments


@KSK1 Listen to the track on facebook, they kept the production relatively similar on the Opposite of December reissue.

KSK1
May 5th 2012
4099 Comments


Ahh, thanks man didn't realize they had a track from it yet. Sounds basically the same but more crisp.

Annayalater
May 5th 2012
192 Comments


It's nice to see Rise Records supporting a band who pathed the way for many of their generic metalcore bands.

I was so hoping for a reunion tour or new album with this announcement they were going to make though.

omgraptors
May 5th 2012
841 Comments


You Come Before You >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>.The Opposite of December

jmh886
May 5th 2012
1265 Comments


five years from now thrice and poison the well will do a reunion tour together. and it will rule the world

jmh886
May 5th 2012
1265 Comments


and you come before you is one of my favorite albums ever. not that i dont love december and tftr but it destroys those

montaukpoint
May 5th 2012
45 Comments


I like how Rise Records are at least trying to show old school metalcore to newer metalcore fans. Hopefully the new fans of the genre see how formulaic the newer metalcore is compared to bands like Poison the Well.

GuanoBumbershoot
May 5th 2012
1573 Comments


this will mark 4 copies of Opposite I've owned over the years.

accompliceofmydeath
May 5th 2012
4322 Comments


Will furiously buy.

TomArnoldsArmpit
May 6th 2012
3059 Comments


tear from the red!

Ending
May 6th 2012
2160 Comments


This is amazing. I have to get my hands on this.

Owantjaaaa
May 6th 2012
3631 Comments


Maybe they're adding autotuned vocals and extra breakdowns for the Rise re-issue

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