Epitaph Records signees will also tour the US alongside Sorority Noise.
The deluxe set is solely available with a Vinyl Me, Please subscription.
Limited edition set brings Howard Shore’s Grammy- and Oscar-winning score to vinyl for the first time.
The 45th-anniversary Aladdin Sane limited vinyl will only be available in brick and mortar retail stores.
The surprise release was included as part of a new vinyl reissue of the band’s debut album.
Though, some additional material shedding light on this seminal album would’ve been nice.
The project was previously only available on mixtape download sites.
Plus, the band celebrates the 11th anniversary deluxe reissue of Hello, Avalanche by sharing the Origins of the LP.
Nearly three decades after going out of print, the covers EP has been remastered and will be re-released in a variety of formats.
Stage, Lodger, and Scary Monsters are also getting standalone reissues for the first time since 1991.
Including the band’s four LPs and the fabled “lost” 1969 album.
New reissue comes packaged with three previously unreleased songs.