Panopticon, Social Disservices DLP and Wreck and Reference, Black Cassette LP

Well, this amazing record that I reviewed back here is now available (to preorder) as a double LP from our friends over at Flenser Records. Available on clear and black vinyl, and as a CD as well. The DLP is limited to only 250 and will likely sell out, so you are advised to pick it up ASAP.

Also available for a preorder is this hugely creative work that was originally released as a cassette by the band, and then as a CD from Music Ruins Lives... an "electronic doom" album called Black Cassette by Wreck and Reference, now on LP. I don't really have a good way to describe the album but suffice it to say you'll enjoy it. It's a unique album, and a damn good one at that. If you need to hear it first, go to the link above and stream or download it. I think you'll like what you hear. Like I said, it's been called "electronic doom" but it also has a pretty sweet post-punk edge to it that makes it so unbelievable catchy and addicting. Available on white and black vinyl, for which it has been remastered. There's a t-shirt as well.

Also check the Flenser Store for some flashy Flenser t-shirts as well as some new distro titles by Wreck of the Hesperus and others.

NOW FLENSING.

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