Danzig To Release “Always On My Mind” On 7″ Vinyl

Glenn Danzig will be releasing a limited edition 7″ vinyl pressing of his cover of Elvis Presley‘s version of the Willie Nelson-penned track “Always On My Mind.“ The effort will be available on October 2 and it will also include a cover of Presley‘s “Loving Arms” with alternate vocals on the b-side. Pre-orders can be found HERE. This news comes after Danzig previously released his Elvis Presley covers album, “Danzig Singles Elvis,“ in April.

Terror Release Limited Edition Lathe Cut 7″ Vinyl Featuring Rare Tracks

Terror have released two limited edition lathe cut 7″ vinyl pressings featuring a “Live By The Code” b-side titled “The New Beginning” and a previously unreleased song titled “You Lost All Respect.“ They were available HERE, but have since sold out.

Buried Alive (Terror) To Release New 7 Inch “Death Will Find You”

Buried Alive, the band fronted by Terror’s Scott Vogel, will be releasing a new 7 inch titled “Death Will Find You” on August 21. The effort will feature two new songs, “Death Will Find You” and “I Killing I,” as well as re-recorded versions of “Another Day Closer To Death” and “Our Time Is At Hand.” Pre-orders are currently available on Amazon.

[via The PRP]

Fleshgod Apocalypse Release Limited Edition “Monnalisa” 7″

Fleshgod Apocalypse have released a new limited edition 7″ featuring their song “Monnalisa.” The effort, which also includes the band’s cover of Rammstein‘s “Reise, Reise” on the b-side, can be purchased HERE.

Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin) To Release “Digging Deep” Seven Inch Vinyl Box Set

Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin) has announced that he will be releasing a new limited edition 7″ singles box set, titled “Digging Deep,” on December 13. The following description was shared on rhino.co.uk:

“Robert Plant is celebrating the second season of his hugely popular podcast, Digging Deep with Robert Plant, with the release of a very special limited edition 7″ singles box set. Digging Deep includes 16 A-sides and rare B-sides spanning three decades, remastered versions available on vinyl for the first time. The eight-disc collection also features restored artwork from the original 7″ releases, packaged in a bespoke hardback book.”

Track Listing:

Vinyl 1:

Side A: “Burning Down One Side”
Side B: “Like I’ve Never Been Gone”

Vinyl 2:

Side A: “Big Log”
Side B: “In The Mood”

Vinyl 3:

Side A: “Too Loud”
Side B: “Little By Little”

Vinyl 4:

Side A: “Ship of Fools”

Side B: “Tall Cool One”

Vinyl 5:

Side A: “Hurting Kind”
Side B: “Tie Dye on the Highway”

Vinyl 6:

Side A: “Calling To You”
Side B: “29 Palms”

Vinyl 7:

Side A: “Song To The Siren”
Side B: “Morning Dew”

Vinyl 8:

Side A: “Shine It All Around”
Side B: “Tin Pan Valley”

Candy Sign With Relapse Records, Release Two New Songs

Candy have signed a new deal with Relapse Records. With this news, the band have also released a new 7 inch titled “Super-Stare.“ That effort comes with the title track and another new song titled “Win Free Love.“ The band commented:

“‘Super-Stare‘ is agoraphobia rather than claustrophobia. The ultimate trip; the song is a journey into a testing ground in which each living thing tries every day not to be eaten. As it unravels, the listener grows oppressed by the great weight of the music around them and gradually loses confidence in orderly civilization.”

A Pale Horse Named Death Cover Three Dog Night & The Cure For New 7″

A Pale Horse Named Death will be releasing a new 7″ titled “Uncovered” on October 11. The effort will be limited to 300 copies and it will feature covers of Three Dog Night‘s “One” and The Cure‘s “Prayers For Rain.“ Pre-orders can be found HERE. Sal Abruscato commented:

“It was a band decision when we were on tour in Europe and we met up with our awesome label and they suggested a 7” release. Eric Morgan suggested The Cure‘s ‘Prayers For Rain‘ and Johnny Kelly suggested Three Dog Night‘s ‘One‘ I thought they were great choices, a nice contrast of style and we nailed it in the recording process.”

Are Ghost Planning To Release A New Two-Song 7″ Single In September?

It looks like Ghost may be releasing a new two-song 7″ single on September 13. Product listings for the EP recently surfaced on HMV and FYE. The effort is expected to include the following tracks: “Kiss The Go-Goat” and “Mary On A Cross.” Furthermore, another product listing seemed to suggest that a deluxe version of the band’s latest album “Prequelle” will be released on the same day.

Exodus To Release 1984 Live Recording Of “No Love” On 7″ Vinyl

Earlier this year, Exodus released a live recording of “No Love” from the 1984 Day In The Dirt festival in Berkeley, CA to celebrate their 40th anniversary. Now, the group have announced that the track will be receiving a 7″ vinyl pressing on July 26. The effort, which can be pre-ordered HERE, will also come with a demo of “Death Row” on the b-side.

Philip Anselmo’s En Minor Project To Release Debut 7″ In August

Phil Anselmo (Pantera, Down, etc.) has announced that the debut 7″ from his En Minor project will be released on August 7 via Housecore Records. The effort will feature two songs, “On The Floor” and “There’s A Long Way To Go,“ and it can be pre-ordered HERE.

Anselmo said the following about the project:

“The initial strains — in the most primitive sense — came about when I was given my first guitar at nine-years old. I didn’t have the patience to learn other people’s music, so I wrote my own. And some of those early parts are still prevalent in the songs we’re working with now. Fast forward to 1988 when I bought my first four-track recorder; those old songs took on a new life and newer songs were written.

Heavy metal was at the forefront of my performance-based output, but these little four-track songs were always there. I always had an apprehension about allowing them to be heard though, because they were so different; only a small circle of close friends got to hear them.”

He went on to say the sessions continued in 1993:

“At ungodly hours, these old four-track songs took on an even newer life jamming with these cats. We learned a few of the songs and wrote several more, and soon we were recording under the moniker ‘Body & Blood.’ We wrote more songs, all recorded on a newer model four-track. It was fun. We did it for the vibe. And it was pleasing to break away from multi-tracking studios and heavy metal. Metal music consumed most of our time and lives. Those ‘B&B’ sessions were damned-near therapeutic.”

“We kept things simple and just jammed when everyone was home and played our recordings for friends. Then I eventually moved again, Hurricane Katrina hit, and life sent all of us in different directions.”

The frontman also revealed that the project fully took shape in 2012 when he met Stephen Taylor:

“He and I began experimenting with some vibey stuff, and soon after began recording the sessions. This led to the current incarnation of En Minor. Together, we re-worked a few of the old four-track songs and wrote several new ones in short order. These sessions are hypnotic and pulling. And we continue to write songs suitable for this project to this day. Ugly and beautiful, En Minor, isn’t ‘party music.’ This is ‘kill the party music.’”

En Minor’s first show will take place on August 16 at the 2019 Psycho Las Vegas festival.