Integrity Stream Remixed & Remastered Versions Of “Those Who Fear Tomorrow” & “Systems Overload”

Integrity have digitally reissued their first two albums, “Those Who Fear Tomorrow” and “Systems Overload.” Both records have been remixed and remastered by producer Arthur Rizk. “Those Who Fear Tomorrow” also includes new drums from Iggor Cavalera (ex-Sepultura) and Brandon Gallagher (Trace Amount). Fans can stream the records below and pre-order physical copies (out June 10) HERE.

Dwid Hellion commented:

“‘Those Who Fear Tomorrow‘ & ‘Systems Overload‘ were the first two albums released by Integrity.

Both albums were born from a variety of volatile concoctions, visceral emotions, countless inspirations, and unorthodox creative experimentations.

Ultimately, they were both born from our desire to create something comprised of all of our favorite bits and pieces, imaginatively collected from all of our favorite bands.

Aggressively collaged, conjured, stitched and Frankensteined all of our most passionate inspirations into these two musical monsters.

Decades after their initial inception, Relapse Records has unleashed these albums for a new and hungry audience to devour.

I hope that the albums will reveal our raw emotions and religious fervor. I hope that you can bear witness to the purity and unabashed honesty that we exorcized and captured within these recordings.

Outcasts, outsiders…these weapons were forged for us all.”

Metallica Seeking Fan Submissions For Deluxe Reissues Of “Load” And “Reload”

Metallica are currently seeking content for the upcoming deluxe reissues of “Load” and “Reload.” Fans are encouraged to submit photos, ticket stubs, backstage passes, etc. from August 1995 through September 1998.

The band said the following:

“We’re working our way through the catalog to bring you the comprehensive Deluxe Box Sets we’ve come to love. And now it’s time to get started on ‘Load’ and ‘ReLoad’!

As you may remember, we asked you for help in putting together the first five box sets and, to make sure there’s a fan footprint on all of these releases, we’ll be doing that again!

We’re looking for anything and everything you might have from August 1995 through September 1998: live photos (taken by you!) or snaps from a meet & greet, flyers, ticket stubs, backstage passes, and whatever other mementos you may have from that time.

Make your mark on these albums by emailing us at to share your story and receive more info about submitting these little pieces of history. Nothing is too small or trivial; share your archives with your fellow fans and have some fun walking down memory lane with us!”

New Limited Edition Vinyl Pressings Of Nine Inch Nails’ “The Downward Spiral” & “Broken” To Be Released This Month

Interscope Records will be releasing new limited edition vinyl pressings of Nine Inch Nails’ “The Downward Spiral” and “Broken” later this month. The band commented:

“We’re honored to be part of Interscope Records’s 30th anniversary where the artwork from 2 of our albums have been reimagined by Richard Prince and Emily Mae Smith as limited-edition vinyl with signed, gallery-quality printed covers. Download the NTWRK app, and tune in on January 30 at 7pm PT for The Downward Spiral by Richard Prince, and January 31 at 6pm PT for Broken by Emily Mae Smith.”

Pelican To Reunite With Laurent Schroeder-Lebec For Upcoming Live Shows, Plan To Reissue First Three Albums

Pelican have announced that they will be reuniting with guitarist Laurent Schroeder-Lebec for their upcoming live shows. He will be taking over for Dallas Thomas, who recently exited the group. Furthermore, the band have also revealed that they are planning to release deluxe reissues of “Australasia,“ “The Fire In Our Throats Will Beckon The Thaw,” and “City Of Echoes.“

Pelican said the follwoing:

“Hey all – we hope you have been keeping as well as possible since our band slipped into unintended dormancy at the end of 2019. Though the world remains as erratic today as it was when we put our summer 2020 dates on ice, we’re thrilled (if a bit cautiously optimistic) to announce our intention to get back to work this year, including a slew of dates in Europe this Summer with a few more to come later in the year.

The dates include our return to Dunk!Festival, rescheduled appearances at Hellfest and Freak Valley Festival, and a handful of headline shows. As with most everything these days, these performances are contingent on mitigation of the ongoing pandemic, so we urge everyone to continue to stay safe.

Though supply chain woes render the timing somewhat unpredictable, the shows will roughly coincide with a the first phase of a thorough and long-gestating archival project we’ve been working on over the course of the pandemic: deluxe reissues of our first three albums via their new label home Thrill Jockey Records.

Details for these are still pending, but you can expect rarities, never-before-heard outtakes, demos, painstakingly remastered audio, and more. We are so excited for the opportunity to breathe new life into these formative works.

The bittersweet aura hanging over these developments is that our longtime guitarist Dallas Thomas has parted ways with the band in favor of other pursuits. He’s been an intrinsic component of our live shows since 2011, joining in 2012 as a full fledged member in time for his integral and indispensable contributions to 2013’s ‘Forever Becoming‘ and 2019’s “Nighttime Stories‘. The band will not be the same without him and we can’t thank him enough for the years of incredible shows, recordings, riffs, and wild stories he shared with us.

We do have a solution in place for our 2022 dates which will hopefully allay concerns and come as a welcome development to longtime fans of the band: joining us for the upcoming shows will be founding guitarist Laurent Schoeder-Lebec. We haven’t had the opportunity to share a stage with him since 2011 and we couldn’t be more thrilled that he’s agreed to get back into the thick of it with us.

Seeing as the last two years of the band has been spent in a somewhat uncharacteristic mode of reflecting on our past, it feels like a synergistic development that we can now channel this same energy on stage, reflecting the past through the prism of the present.”

Tour Dates:

05/28 Ghent, BEL – Dunk!Festival
06/12 Vienna, AUT – WUK
06/13 Linz, AUT – Kapu
06/14 Dudingen, SWI – Bad Bonn
06/15 Karlsruhe, GER – Jubez
06/16 Netphen-Deuz, GER – Freak Valley Festival
06/17 Strasbourg, FRA – La Laiterie
06/18 Clisson, FRA – Hellfest

Saurian (Nile) Sign With Napalm Records

Karl Sanders (Nile) has signed a new deal with Napalm Records for his Saurian project. The band’s first two albums, “Saurian Meditation” and “Saurian Exorcisms,“ will be reissued through the label next year. A new album is also being planned. Sanders commented:

“I am just thrilled to death that we have signed up with Napalm Records for the new Karl Sanders Saurian album. I am really happy that we have found such a good home for both Nile and my Saurian side project, as they are a great company with some sincere people. I am looking forward in earnest to working together with everyone at Napalm to bring fans the new Saurian music, as well as re-releasing the first two Saurian records.”

Vagrant Records Announce New Thrice & From Autumn To Ashes Vinyl Reissues, Digitally Release Remixed Deluxe Edition Of The Bled’s “Silent Treatment”

Vagrant Records have announced some vinyl reissues of Thrice‘s “Beggars“ (out December 3) and From Autumn To Ashes‘ “The Fiction We Live” (out January 7). You can pre-order those HERE. Furthermore the label have also released a remixed deluxe edition of The Bled’s “Silent Treatment.” You can find that in most digital outlets.

[via The PRP]

Despised Icon Announce Expanded Reissues Of “Consumed By Your Poison” & “The Healing Process”

Despised Icon will be celebrating their 20th anniversary with new expanded reissues of “Consumed By Your Poison” and “The Healing Process.“ Both albums will be available on January 7 and they can be pre-ordered HERE.

The band commented:

“To commemorate our 20th anniversary, we are releasing our debut album ‘Consumed By Your Poison‘ as well as our sophomore album ‘The Healing Process‘ again. ‘Consumed By Your Poison‘ is out on vinyl for the very first time and with the original artwork. ‘The Healing Process‘ comes with a completely different mix and mastering, a long lost mix version Yannick St-Amand did at the end of the recording session in June 2004. We hope you enjoy these pieces of the band’s history that changed our lives forever…”

“Consumed By Your Poison” (reissue) Track Listing:

01. “Compelled To Copulate”
02. “Poissonnariat”
03. “Grade A-One”
04. “Le Chêne et le Roseau”
05. “Dead King”
06. “Absolu”
07. “Fashionable”
08. “Interfere In Your Days”
09. “Clef de Voûte”
10. “Despise The Icons”
11. “Poissonnariat” (re-recorded version 2006)
12. “Compelled To Copulate” (re-recorded version 2006)
13. “Compelled To Copulate” (live in Montreal 2008)

“The Healing Process” (reissue) (alternate mix) Track Listing:

01. “Bulletproof Scales” (alternate mix)
02. “Silver Plated Advocate” (alternate mix)
03. “Immaculate” (alternate mix)
04. “Warm Blooded” (alternate mix)
05. “Retina” (alternate mix)
06. “The Sunset Will Never Charm Us” (alternate mix)
07. “As Bridges Burn” (alternate mix)
08. “Harvesting The Deceased” (alternate mix)
09. “End This Day” (alternate mix)
10. “The Sunset Will Never Charm Us” (live in Montreal 2008)
11. “Retina” (live in Montreal 2008)
12. “Harvesting The Deceased” (live in Montreal 2008)
13. “Immaculate” (live in Montreal 2008)
14. “Warm Blooded” (live in Montreal 2008)
15. “Bulletproof Scales” (live in Montreal 2008)

Vinyl Me, Please To Release New Colored Vinyl Pressings Of The Mars Volta’s Discography

Vinyl Me, Please have launched pre-orders for new vinyl pressings of The Mars Volta’s “Tremulant,” “De-Loused In The Comatorium,” “Frances The Mute,” “Amputechture,” “The Bedlam In Goliath,” “Octahedron,” and “Noctourniquet.” The records, which are available as a bundle and individually, are expected to ship in February.

In Flames’ 1994-2008 Catalog To Be Reissued On CD

Nuclear Blast Records will be reissuing In Flames’ 1994-2008 catalog on CD. The following releases will be available on November 26: “Lunar Strain,“ “Subterranean,“ “The Jester Race,“ “Black-Ash Inheritance,“ “Whoracle,“ “Colony,“ “Clayman,“ “Reroute To Remain,“ “Soundtrack To Your Escape,“ “Come Clarity,“ “A Sense Of Purpose,“ “The Tokyo Showdown,“ and “Used & Abused: In Live We Trust.“ Vocalist Anders Fridén said the following about the reissues:

“I’m thrilled to know that we have label that still believes and supports the physical format. This is a great opportunity to pick up any records from the In Flames catalogue you may have missed. Enjoy our music on compact disc as it was originally released.”

Earthless To Reissue “Sonic Prayer,“ “Rhythms From A Cosmic Sky,” And “From The Ages” In January

Earthless will be reissuing “Sonic Prayer,“ “Rhythms From A Cosmic Sky,” and “From The Ages” on January 14 via Nuclear Blast. All three albums have been remastered and they will be available on vinyl, cassette, CD and digitally. Pre-orders can be found HERE.