Rare Hydra Head merch
2013-01-29 by William Lim | 26 Comments

A large collection of rare and out-of-print merch from former Isis frontman Aaron Turner's soon to be defunct label, Hydra Head Records, has been put up for sale at the webstore Real Tomato Ketchup. The collection includes a huge collection of the label's out-of-print back catalogue, said to be on sale so that Turner can pay off Hydra Head's "rather sizable debts". This catalogue spans a huge amount of various rare vinyl presses from Isis, Jesuit and Torche, a massive 30-CD "grab box" for only $100, and an assortment of clothing, posters, cassettes, rare art, and even a Melvins comic book. For the collector with quite a bit of money to spare, both a custom aluminium guitar and a Hiwatt lead 100 amplifier used by Aaron Turner (the latter also used by Nate Newton of Converge) are up for grabs at $1500 and $1000, respectively. Hydra Head also commented on the site that some of the funds gathered from this sale will go towards further represses.

In September of last year, Hydra Head Records released a statement called "The Imminent Demise of Hydra Head Records" in which they detailed their decision to eventually close the record label once all debts have been paid off and that no new releases will be available from the label, though they will maintain their back catalogue for the foreseeable future.

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MichaelSnoxall
January 28th 2013

12163 Comments


Damn it, why does everybody share this link! KEEP IT A SECRET!!!

MichaelSnoxall
January 28th 2013

12163 Comments


I want it all to myself!

MichaelSnoxall
January 28th 2013

12163 Comments


*starts saving sizeable amounts of money*

Fluttertrank
January 28th 2013

17098 Comments


damn... i want that Red Sea Ep.

Ignimbrite
January 28th 2013

5293 Comments


shit's selling out fast

MichaelSnoxall
January 28th 2013

12163 Comments


NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

Relinquished
January 28th 2013

24398 Comments


i got most of this shit anyway, gonna get that shirt though

MichaelSnoxall
January 28th 2013

12163 Comments


I really wanted that box set, but someone already bought it. Defs gonna get the Melvins stuff, the orange splatter Panopticon vinyl and probs the hoodie.

kingsoby1
Emeritus
January 29th 2013

4938 Comments


man wish i could have nabbed celestial. at least i got antenna by cave in

Ignimbrite
January 29th 2013

5293 Comments


Got the clear 2nd press Panopticon and the black 10th anniversary Red Sea. Edition of 89, fools. I'd get more but I have no freaking money.

JAV
January 29th 2013

1921 Comments


Not important enough for me to buy these albums again.

kingsoby1
Emeritus
January 29th 2013

4938 Comments


dont like red sea that much.

Ignimbrite
January 29th 2013

5293 Comments


it's not the best Isis release but the vinyl is elite

zxlkho
January 29th 2013

3460 Comments


that Panopticon vinyl is $45 what the actual fuck

Fluttertrank
January 29th 2013

17098 Comments


i love Red Sea, well mainly the Kurt produced songs.

ImmortalPaper
January 29th 2013

104 Comments


snagged a black Panopticon Vinyl. Not ideal but beggars can't be choosers.

Digging: Iglooghost - Treetunnels

ImmortalPaper
January 29th 2013

104 Comments


I guess I should add that the clears sold out AS I ADDED ONE TO MY CART. :|

tomr4
January 29th 2013

191 Comments


they gave me free stuff for helping to pack and ship orders.

Wizard
January 29th 2013

19206 Comments


I've got most Isis on vinyl to begin with. Still very sad that Turner's record label went under, they put out a lot of great records over the years.

Digging: Monarch - Sabbracadaver

MichaelSnoxall
January 29th 2013

12163 Comments


that Panopticon vinyl is $45 what the actual fuck

I live in Australia and that's the general price for vinyl (depending on the album). I'd happily pay $45 for Panopticon. But I don't get paid til Thursday and what I want will no doubt be sold out by then.

TRMshadow
January 29th 2013

4982 Comments


Debating, Debating, Debating.... but I think I'm gonna' pass this up; Great Deals though.

Credence
January 29th 2013

4 Comments


Pretty depressing to see one of his custom guitars on there

Owantjaaaa
January 29th 2013

3195 Comments


the Caring And Killing(converge) 2013 remaster will be released on this site, later this year

Digging: 411 - This Isn't Me

Ignimbrite
January 29th 2013

5293 Comments


"I live in Australia and that's the general price for vinyl (depending on the album). I'd happily pay $45 for Panopticon. But I don't get paid til Thursday and what I want will no doubt be sold out by then."

I'd give you shit but even I am not that cruel.

EaglesBecomeVultures
January 29th 2013

5180 Comments


Pretty depressing to see one of his custom guitars on there

Very sad

Digging: Shabazz Palaces - Lese Majesty

boogs
January 29th 2013

222 Comments


needs more botch shit




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