from Deathwish. The first 1000 copies of the 7″ will have awesome limited edition packaging – an outer vellum cover featuring artwork by our pal John Baizley of Baroness with a metallic spot color that lays over a full color printed sleeve. The two layers work together to create the entire image on the front and back. It’s then all inserted in a polysleeve with a fold-over flap and sealed with a silver foil sticker. There are two different colors of vinyl for this edition as well.
I’m sure you’ve all heard (and likely bought your tickets already), but May 1st, 2009 (Derby Eve) will see Guilt & Split Lip reuniting at Headliner’s on Lexington Rd. Also playing will be Young Widows and Frontier(s) – who many of us are hoping will bust out a Falling Forward song or three. Thank you Production Simple.
Tickets are still available (as far as I know) from Ticketweb & Ear X-Tacy, get on it before they sell out!
From Ryan Patterson:
Greetings to all, here with a quick update –
MODERN PROBLEMS Print Available Now
This one has been in the works for a while and I’m very excited to announce my first official art print – Modern Problems, available now from ShirtKiller.com. This is a massive 18×24″ screenprint of the design from Coliseum’s t-shirt of the same name, in a signed and numbered edition of 50. It’s screenprinted with water-based ink on heavy 100lb French Speckletone Starch Rain paper. Super psyched on this one.
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LUCKY PINEAPPLE – SPIN Emerging Artist
Lucky Pineapple has been selected as a “SPIN Emerging Artist”; and there will be a show on 92.1 FM WFNX-fm Boston to feature the band along with others. It will be the first of such shows, tentatively airing at 12 A.M. on Friday night, Jan. 16 (technically Saturday morning). Besides going out over the airwaves, the show will stream worldwide on wfnx.com
Other Noise Pollution news for 2009
The following releases will see their national release date on January 27th and will be available through Stick Figure, Baker & Taylor, Edge Distro, Sonic Unyon (Canada) and Cargo UK. They can also be ordered direct through our website www.louisvillenoise.com.
Metroschifter to Release First New Music in Eight Years
Recording will be personalized for buyers and home-delivered
Pat McClimans, Chris Reinstatler, and Scott Ritcher have teamed up again as The Metroschifter to record their sixth long-playing release and the group’s first since 2000. Louisville label Noise Pollution will be issuing the recording.
Like the group’s first album in 1994, the band will accept reservations for the new recording several months prior to its release date so that each copy of the record can be personalized with the buyer’s name. “Carbonistas” will be available in compact disc format or as a set of high-quality digital files.